Hatis Noit

I’m off to wander Japan, so today’s artist is avant-garde Hatis Noit.

She hails from Hokkaido but now lives in London.

Her name from Japanese folklore means the stem of a lotus flower, connecting the living world of the flower and the spirit world of the root.

On her new EP, Illogical Dance, she collaborated with electronic duo Matmos.

“Illogical Lullaby”

Lopsided World of L

Jonathan L can be found here.

new-lwol-logo-1

Lopsided World of L (Hour 1)

Lopsided World of L (Hour 2)

*denotes first time airs on show + is replay

*Moby “Mere Anarchy” (New York)
*Peter Kernel “Men Of The Women” (Switzerland/Canada)
*DJ Reset “Love In The Night (Los Angeles)
*Fratelli-B “Per Du” (Switzerland)
*Adwaith “Newid” (Carmarthen, Wales)
*TC & I “Comrades In Pop” (Swindon, England)
*Andy Cooper “B-Boys” (Long Beach, CA)
*Jaded Heart “Flying High” (Duisburg, Germany)
*Rain Diary “Berlin” (Finland)
*Middle Kids “Mistake” (Sydney, Australia)
*The Black Delta Movement “King Mosquito” (Kingston Upon Hull)
*Calling All Astronauts “Are Friends Electric” (London, England)
*Kent Coda “Sex Pistols T-Shirt” (Köln, Germany)
*Deer “Wild Eyes” (Hong Kong/Mexico)
*Reckless Drifters “Baby We’re Really In Love” (Los Angeles)
*IndifferentMonkey “Naked White Noise” (Lancaster, England)
*Flush The Fashion “Failure Is Totally An Option” (Copenhagen)
*Celestino “Heard This Before” (Frankfurt, Germany)
*So-Star f/Que Da Wiz & Krena Dean “Butterfly” (Manchester)
*The Doves “Being Or Not Being” (Macon, Georgia)
*Muffin “Welcome To The Modern Age” (Leeds, England)
*Vonny & Clyde, HSR Terri B “Show Me” (Hamburg, Germany)
*The New Tarot “Mistake To Choose” (Brooklyn, N.Y.)
*Un ane gonflable “La Presqu’ile” (Paris/Berlin)
*Night Operations “Forbidden Fruit” (United Kingdom)
*Billy Sedlmayer -spoken word on prison life (Tucson, Arizona)
*Karrie Hayward “Going To The Grave” (Australia)
*Mary & The Ram “The Dream” (York, England)

Yuno

Yuno is a young DIY musician out of Jacksonville, FLA.

We’ll be hearing more about him with the song “No Going Back”, his first release on Sub Pop.

“No Going back”

Soccer Mommy

Soccer Mommy, this wonderful nom de plume, is Sophie Allison from Nashville.

Her debut album Clean leads with the song “Your Dog”.

“Your Dog”

La Luz

More bands you should know:

La Luz, a female surf-rock quartet from Seattle now based in Los Angeles.

Their 3rd album, Floating Features, comes out in May.

“California Finally”

“Cicada”

Stella Donnelly

Stella Donnelly, a young singer/songwriter from Australia, takes on sexual assault on her debut EP, Thrush Metal.

Powerful!

“Boys Will Be Boys”

“Mechanical Bull”

Lopsided World of L

Every Monday from Berlin, Jonathan L.

new-lwol-logo-1

Lopsided World of L (Hour 1)

Lopsided World of L (Hour 2)

*denotes first time airs on show

*Mary and the Ram “The Cross” (York, England)
*Abinchova “Präludium” (Switzerland)
*Abinchova “Nachtlied” (Switzerland)
*Calamity The Kid ”American Muscle” (Los Angeles)
*Bad Wolves “Zombie” (Cranberries cover) (N. America)
*Twisted Wheel “Oh What Have…” (Lanchaster, U.K.)
*Simple Minds “Magic” (Glasgow, Scotland)
*Little Brother Eli “Tooth” (Oxford, England)
*Richie Phoe “Lyrical Chef Dub” (Brighton, England)
*The Damned “Standing On The Edge Of Tomorrow” (London)
*William Shatner “Garbageman” (Cramps cover) (Los Angeles)
*Andy Cooper “The Perfect Definition” (Long Beach, CA)
*Slaves “Patience Is The Virtue” (Sacramento, CA)
*Jack White “Corporation” (Detroit)
*Broadway Lafayette “Bayou Lover” (N.Y.C.)
+Hegarty “I Only Dream” (Liverpool)
*Woody and the Blythers “My BB” (Prescott, AZ)
*Marcus Marr “Familiar Five” (London)
*Imperial Leisure “Creeper” (London)
*Lines In The Sky “Teeth” (Nashville, TN)
*Hollie Cook “Ghostly Fading” (London)
*Jaded Heart “Final Moment” (Duisburg, Germany)
*Tiny Fighter “New Century” (Sweden/Australia)
ALICE COOPER SONG OF WEEK: “No More Mr. Nice Guy”
*Creep Show “Modern Parenting” (United Kingdom)
*The Money War “Recall” (Perth, Australia)
*Mason Book Girl “Karma” (Japan)
*Maff “Desfile” (Santiago, Chile)
*Shape Shifting Aliens “Showing My Face” (Sweden)
*Kiki Toao & Rombout “Djinn Disco” (Amsterdam)

Shopping

The tongue in cheek irony of the quasi-political band Shopping is self-evident.

The 3rd album, The Official Body, from this British trio, has pure post-punk bite.

“Suddenly Gone”

“The Hype”

Lily Allen

Lily Allen’s 4th album No Shame is expected in June.

During the four years since Sheezus her marriage ended and she suffered an identity crisis, not relating to her musical choices.

Her are two from No Shame.

“Trigger Bang” (feat. Giggs) and the song “Three”, written from the point of view of a three-year old.

Missed her.

“Trigger Bang”

“Three”

Poliça and stargaze

Poliça, the Minnesota quintet, have banded together with stargaze, the Berlin-based orchestra collective, for their 4th album, Music for the Long Emergency.

Exploring love in times of political turmoil, listen here to the gentle beauty of “Agree”.

“Agree”

Lopsided World of L

Jonathan L from Berlin shows the SHE’s have it.

new-lwol-logo-1

Lopsided World of L (Hour 1)

Lopsided World of L (Hour 2)

*denotes first time airs on show + is replay

*Susie Blue “Didn’t Mean To Care” (Northern Ireland)
*Tango With Lions “Proof Of Desire” (Greece)
*Coreign “One Day” (Switzerland)
*Martha Ffion “We Make Do” (Glasgow, Scotland)
*Kat Meoz “Bad Moon” (Los Angeles)
+Club Domani f/ Cristina Bugatti (Milan, Italy)
+Johnette Napolitano “Crib Girl” (Joshua Tree, CA)
*Afika Mamas “Tata Madiba (for Nelson Mandala)” (S. Africa)
*Lucy Dacus “Addictions” (Richmond, Virginia)
*Erika Wennerstrom “Extraordinary Love” (Full V.) (Austin, TX)
+Chàrlee M. f/von den Helden “Winterzeit” (Bielefeld, Germany)
*Mavis Staples “Who Told You That” (Chicago)
*Übertos “Hot Damn Emmylou” (Norway)
*Tiger Lilly “New Year” (London, England)
*Tamara Bubble “Laundry” (Brooklyn)
+Jenn Vix “Alive Again” (Rhode Island)
*Beth Wimmer “Loosen My Grip” (Switzerland)
*Belle & Sebastian “Same Star” (Glasgow, Scotland)
+Lola Dutronic “My Name Is Lola” (Germany/Canada)
*Esme Bridie “Tower Of Regret” (Liverpool, England)
*Hawley Pen “3 Strikes” (Denver, CO)
*Maari “Heartbreaker” (Sydney, Australia)
*Ronnie Spector “Tell Her No” (Zombies cover) (Connecticut)
*IAMEVE “All Seeing Eye” (Los Angeles)
+Lou Parker “Piece Of Mary” (Brisbane, Australia)
+Dessa “Fire Drills” (Minneapolis)
*Meri Amber “Dance ’Til You’re Dead” (Sydney, Australia)
*On Dead Waves “Winter’s Child” (London, England)
+Perel “Die Dimension” (Berlin, Germany)

pronoun

She goes by the name “pronoun“.

Boston native Alyse Vellturo once attended Berklee but now lives in Brooklyn.

“run” is from her stellar EP There’s No One New Around You.

“run”

Twin Shadow

We’ve waited 3 long years for music from the soulful synthpop Twin Shadow.

The album Caer is forthcoming.

Included is the song “Saturdays” with assistance from his friends HAIM.

“Saturdays (featuring HAIM)”

Lopsided World of L

Jonathan L, Berlin’s music man.

new-lwol-logo-1

Lopsided World of L (Hour 1)

Lopsided World of L (Hour 2)

*denotes first time airs on show + is replay

*Erika Wennerstrom “Extraordinary Love” (edit) (Austin, TX)
*Young Fathers “In My View” (Edinburgh, Scotland)
*Coreign “Run Run Run” (Switzerland)
+Hey Jetman “Tinder And Tears” (Berlin, Germany)
+TC&I “Scatter Me” (Swindon, England)
*Club Domani & Jerry Bouthier “You Be” (Milan, Italy)
*Benjamin Shoos f/ Dent May “All Night” (Paris, France)
*Plastic “Headless Rabbt” (Cheshire, England)
*Colin Macleod “Kicks In” (Glasgow, Scotland)
*The Screaming Love Collective “Artificial Stimulation” (U.K.)
*Mugzy “My Journey” (Sydney, Australia)
*Long Distance Calling “Like A River” (Germany)
*b.d. Gottfried “Blame It On The Money” (Canada)
*Moscow Death Brigade “Straight Outta Moscow” (Russia)
*Hegarty “Broken Soul” (Liverpool, England)
*Noah Gundersen “The Sound” (Seattle, WA)
*Speak, Brother “Magnesium” (Coventry, England)
*The Spook School “Body” (United Kingdom)
ALICE COOPER SONG OF WEEK: “Rats”
*Steve Hewitt “Pushing Me Away” (Kent, England)
*Martin Nocun “Pump Up The Music” (Poland)
*Kangarucci “Taxi Man” (United Kingdom)
*Tony Moore “Save The Day” (London, England)
*The Maple State “Something In The Water” (Manchester)
*COG “The Middle” (Sydney, Australia)
*Travis Caudle “What It Is” (Perth, Australia)
*Ray Keith “Bun Dem Computer” (Re-issue) (London)

Gaz Coombes

Gaz Coombes, former lead singer of the band Supergrass, gives us his 3rd solo album, World’s Strongest Man, in May.

“Deep Pockets” rocks!

“Deep Pockets”