Powfu, a Canadian rapper, released “Death Bed (Coffee For Your Head)” last month, featuring the delightful Beabadoobee, whose song he sampled.

The song has blown up on TikTok with sentimental videos about relationships.  

“Death Bed (Coffee For Your Head)”

Lopsided World of L

Jonathan L, helps us forget the nightmare.



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#473 Berlin era   *denotes first time airs on show  + replay

*Oh My God! It’s The Church “Where’s My Hail  Mary At? (U.K.)
*Aimee Steven “Hell Is A Teenage Girl” (Liverpool, England)
-Kidso voice intro-
*Kidso “Felt” (München, Germany)
*The Banshees “It’s Alright” (Liverpool, England)
-back and front announce-
*Lucy and the Rats “Get Down” (London/Melbourne)
*The Hempolics “Bongadashi” (London, England)
-Little Brother Eli voice intro-
*Little Brother Eli f/ Marco Thomas “Giving You Up” (Oxford, England)
*AMJ Collective “Hunger Dub” (Bristol, England)
-back and front announce-
*We Three Kings “S’alright (G.O.T.I.T.)” (Manchester, England)
*Tommy Down “Don’t Think I’m Leaving Without You” (Bristol, England)
-kmfrommyills voice intro-
*kmfrommyills “Eri Tu” (Italy)
*Lavid f/HYM “Crash And Burn” (Berlin, Germany)
-back and front announce-
*InAbell “Sugar Rush” (Tel Aviv, Israel)
*The Losing Touch “Through The Night” (South Yorkshire, England)
-Clan Of Xymox voice Intro-
Clan Of Xymox “Loves On Diet” (Netherlands) (2014)
*Between Kings “Antidote” (Brisbane, Australia)
-back and front announce-
*Thierry Von Der Warth & Mabryx “Give Up On You” (Belgium)
*Hariel “Torment” (Melbourne, Australia)
-The Jacks voice intro-
*The Jacks “Threw It All Away” (Los Angeles)
*Crab Dance GIs “I’m Sorry (But You’ve Got To Go)” (Manchester, England)
-back and front announce-
*MiG 15 “Interstellar” (Liverpool, England)
*Clemix “Mauvais plan” (Brussels, Belgium)
-John Easdale voice intro-
*The Reckless Drifters “Love Will Tear Us Apart” (Joy Division cover) (L.A.)
*Wavewulf “Icicles Melting” (New York)
-back and front announce-
*The Birthday Massacre “The Sky Will Turn” (Toronto, Canada)
*Drama Scream “Phrenic” (New York)
-Liz Cirelli voice intro-
*Liz Cirelli & Minski f/ Gwenda “Jane In Chains” (Italy/London)
*Naëve “Joy” (London, England)
-back and front announce-
*Visionnaire “Shara” (Italy)

Noah Gallagher’s High Flying Birds

Noel Gallagher, the true talent behind the band Oasis, dropped a new EP with his band High Flying Birds.

Blue Moon Rising is the EP title and the song.

“Blue Moon Rising” Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds


KennyHoopla is an artist to watch.

This Cleveland to Los Angeles musician has recorded only a few songs but his latest is superb.

Listen here to “how will i rest in peace if i’m buried by a highway?//”.

“how will i rest in peace if i’m buried by a highway?//”

Lopsided World of L

Jonathan L lets us escape into new music.



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#472 Berlin era   *denotes first time airs on show  + replay
*CPX “Brutal Robot” (Rome, Italy)
*Nybillion “Black Thoughts” (Berlin, Germany)
-The Winachi Tribe voice intro-
*The Winachi Tribe “Funky But Chic” (Warrington, England)
-Yajna voice intro-
*Yajna “Rising Phoenix” (Sweden)
-back and front announce-
*Nightwish “Voices” (Kitee, Finland)
*B.Infinite “Lounging Around” (Nürmberg, Germany)
-John Easdale voice intro-
*The Reckless Drifters “Drivin’ Nails In My Coffin” (Ernest Tubbs cover) (L.A.)
*Mechanimal “Ghetto Level” (Athens, Greece)
-back and front announce-
*Papur Wal “Meddwl Am Hi” (Cardiff, Wales)
*Clemix “Rein du tout” (Brussels, Belgium)
-Mike Skill (The Romantics) voice intro-
*Mike Skill (The Romantics) “Not My Business” (Detroit/Portland, OR)

-Max Raabe voice intro-
*Max Raabe & Palast Orchestra f/Namika “Küssen Kann Man Nicht Alleine” (Berlin, Germany)
-back and front announce-
*The Churchhill Garden “Light” (Luzern, Switzerland)
*Until The Sun “Shadow Of The Valley” (Phoenix, AZ)
-Jonny Polonsky voice intro-
-Jonny Polonsky f/ Cedric Bixler-Zavala “Ghost Like Soul” (New York)
*Ivory Picture Story “Jawbreaker” (Bowling Green, Kentucky)
-back and front announce-
*EOB (Ed O’Brien/Radiohead) “Shangri-La” (Oxford, England)
*Matt Springfield “Things I’ve Said” (Strasbourg, France)
-Richard Butler voice intro-
+The Psychedelic Furs “Don’t Believe” (London, England)
*DJ Trotsky “Maybe This Is The Time” (Los Angeles, CA)
-back and front announce-
*West On Colfax “Misty Morning Blue” (NW United Kingdom)
*Karine Germaix “Sur le pressoir” (Saint-Nazaire, France)
-Skyfever voice intro-
+Skyfever “Burning Hands” (Dublin, Ireland)
-back and front announce-
*Subshine “Over The Moon” (Norway)
*Deleo “Unfair” (Montpellier, France)
-Liz Cirelli voice intro-
*Liz Cirelli & Minski “Amore” (Italy/London)
-back and front announce-
*JGR “Orbita” (Madrid, Spain)


Cardi B says it all:

“Coronavirus, this shit is real”

“Coronavirus” Cardi B mixed by iMarkkeyz


Destroyer, Canadian Dan Bejar’s band, keeps getting better.

The 12th! album Have We Met includes “Cue the Synthesizer”.

“Cue the Synthesizer”

Porridge Radio

Porridge Radio, the British quartet led by the commanding Dana Margolin, captivate on their fabulous sophomore album Every Bad.


Lopsided World of L

Jonathan L takes our mind off of the virus while I remain in Bangkok where it is safer.


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#471 Berlin era   *denotes first time airs on show  + replay

*Cage The Elephant f/ Iggy Pop “Broken Boy” (Bowling Green, KY)
*Kid Be Kid “Blood (Berlin, Germany)
-Richard Butler voice intro-
*The Psychedelic Furs “Don’t Believe” (London, England)
*Gorillaz f/ Slowthai & Slaves “Momentary Bliss” (Essex, England)
-back and front announce-
*Max Raabe & Palast Orchestra “Ich Geh Den Park An Einem Donnerstag” (Berlin)
*Boomtown Rats “Trash Glam Baby” (Dublin, Ireland)
-Born Ruffians voice intro-
*Born Ruffians “I Fall In Love” (Toronto, Canada)
*Zion Train f/ Cara “We Shall Rise” (Kingston, Jamaica)
-back and front announce-
*Orbo “Ride On Baby” (Bergen, Norway)
*Clemix C’est Commun” (Brussels, Belgium)
-Eliza & The Delusionals voice intro-
*Eliza & The Delusionals “Pull Apart Heart” (Melbourne, Australia)
*Fish Karma & The Derailleurs “The Moving Finger” (Tucson, Arizona)
-back and front announce-
*Vix 20 “Tron Takes The Train” (Wisbech, United Kingdom)
*Flor “Dancing Around” (Los Angeles, CA)
-Kid Moxie voice intro-
*Kid Moxie “Shadow Heart” (Greece/Los Angeles)
*Black Hats “All We Ever Wanted” (Oxford, England)
-back and front announce-
*The Maitlands “Painting In Carlisle” (Manchester, England)
*Adwaith “Lan y Môr” (Carmarthen, Wales)
-Andy Gill voice intro R.I.P. January 1,1956-February 1, 2020-
Gang Of Four “At Home He’s A Tourist” (Live In The Moment)
*No Time For Reason “Novocaine” (Newcastle Upon Tyne)
-back and front announce-
*Amy Wald “Crush” (Vienna, Austria)
*Âsgeier “Myndir” (Iceland)
-Mosley Bar voice intro-
*Mosley Bar “Beside Me” (North West England)
*Sleepless Droids “Believe” (Sydney, Australia)
-back and front announce-
*Cancel The Transmission “Light Up The Night” (South Wales)
*Enola Fall “Be Fine” (Tasmania, Australia)
-Katanak voice intro-
*Katanak “Astronomy” (Brisbane, Australia)
*Wavewulf “A New Green World” (New York)
-back and front announce-
*Daniel Monaco & Ma Spaventi “Sunray” (Germany)


Moby’s call to political action from his forthcoming album All Visible Objects.

“Power is Taken”

“Power is Taken” (Old School)

“Power is Taken” featuring D.H. Peligro

Phoebe Bridgers

Singer/songwriter Phoebe Bridgers, also a member of 2 indie supergroups (boygeniusJulien Baker and Lucy Dacus and Better Oblivion Community CenterConor Obrest) has a splendid new song.

Listen to the haunting “Garden Song”.  

“Garden Song”

Agnes Obel

Danish musician Agnes Obel gives us yet another gorgeous album.

Myopia, her 4th, includes “Broken Sleep” and “Cameras Rolling”.   



“Broken Sleep”

“Cameras Rolling”


Settled in Bangkok avoiding the virus. 

While traveling Eminem struck again with another searing album, Music to be Murdered By.   

Included is the intense anti-gun violence song “Darkness”.    

The video heavy as well.

Lopsided World of L

Another terrific SHE show from Jonathan L .



Lopsided World of L (Hour 1)

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#470 Berlin era   *denotes first time airs on show  + replay

*Kala Ching “Voices” (China/Bristol, England)
*Cila Tight “Amitié Gachée (Paris, France)
-Kid Moxie voice intro-
*Kid Moxie “Big In Japan” (Alphaville cover) (Greece/Los Angeles)
*Feline And The Strange “Can’t Breathe” (Berlin, Germany)
-back and front announce-
*Katie Kittermaster “Sunday Afternoon” (Scutt Remix) (United Kingdom)
*Brocarde “Love Me Till I’m Beautiful” (Moscow, Russia)
-Mandasue Heller voice intro-
+Mandate Heller “Excerpt from Chantel” (Manchester, England)
*Bonny & The Groove Cats “Bourbon” (Switzerland)
-back and front announce-
*Yumi Zouma “Cool For A Second” (New Zealand)
*Shubangi “Jederzeit” (Münster, Germany/Sri Lanka)
-Camilla Sparksss voice intro-
+Camilla Sparksss “Are You OK”(Faker Remix) (Kenora, Ontario)
*Lloren “More” (London, England)
-back and front announce-
*Kate Davis “Daisy” (New York)
+Karine Germaix “Je Brule (Saint-Nazaire, France)
-Leanne Kingwell voice intro-
+Leanne Kingwell vs. Jonathan L “I Got You Babe” (Melbourne / Berlin)
*Tiny Fighter “Strangest Thing” (Stockholm, Sweden)
-back and front announce-
*Hazel English “Off My Mind” (Los Angeles, CA)
*Calista (Kazuko) “Benzo Belle” (London, England)
-Secret Treehouse voice intro-
+Secret Treehouse “At Sunrise” (Bergen, Norway)
*Maja Kristina “Idiot” (Oslo, Norway)
-back and front announce-
*Bourn “Thinking About You” (Newcastle Upon Tyne, England)
*HMS Morris “Babanod” (Cardiff, Wales)
STROLL DOWN MEMORY LANE: Bush Tetras “Trip” (2012)
+A Girl Called Eddy “Someone’s Gonna Break Your Heart” (United Kingdom)
-back and front announce-
*Amari f/IOVA “Hands All Over Mine” (Belgium)
*Carina T “Bucket List” (London, England)
-Kid Moxie voice intro-
*Kid Moxie w/ Angelo Badalamenti “Mysteries Of Love” (Greece/Los Angeles)
*La Roux “International Woman Of Leisure” (Brixton, England)
*Anna Calvi f/Courtney Barnett “Don’t Beat The Girl Out Of My Boy” (London)
-back and front announce-
+Jamila & The Other Heroes “Aliens In My Bed” (Berlin, Germany)

Lopsided World of L

Just landed in Bangkok. Jonathan L rocks us from Berlin.



Lopsided World of L (Hour 1)

Lopsided World of L (Hour 2)


#469 Berlin era   *denotes first time airs on show  + replay

*Vundabar “Burned Off” (Boston, MA)
*The Voice Tree “Electromagnetic Pulse” (France/America)
-Farba Kingdom voice intro-
*Farba Kingdom “Nonsense” (Moscow, Russia)
*Pearl Jam “Dance Of The Clairvoyants” (Seattle, WA)
-back and front announce-
*The Inoculated Canaries “Sneakers” (New York)
*The Avener “Under The Waterfall” (France)
-Ellison voice intro-
+Ellison “Sing” (Detroit, MI)
*Black Slate “Should I Stay Or Should I Go” (Kingston, Jamaica)
-back and front announce-
*Y.O.U.N.G. “All My Mistakes” (Manchester, England)
*The Nuclear Daisy “Just One Pill” (United Kingdom)
-LUbO voice intro-
*LUbo “Weiter” (Köln, Germany)
*The Pagans S.O.H. “Black Jesus” (West Bromwich, England)
-back and front announce-
*Nap Eyes “Mark Zuckerberg” (Halifax, Nova Scotia)
*Vidar Nordheim “Sweet In His Pocket” (Norway/Liverpool)
-Lee Christian voice intro-
*Lee Christian “2020” (Bath, England)
*Lion Babe “Hot In Herre” (Nelly cover) (New York)
-back and front announce-
*ABQ “Neon” (Belfast, Ireland)
*The Battery Farm “Crude Oil Water” (Manchester, England)
STROLL DOWN MEMORY LANE: T.Rex “Laser Love” (1976)
-Drizztopher Walken voice intro-
*Drizztopher Walken “Palm Tree Psalms” (Seattle, WA)
-back and front announce-
*Rupert Stroud “Only The Brave” (West Yorkshire, England)
*The Horse Puppets “Caught You Out” (Manchester, England)
-Lunar Twin voice intro-
*Lunar Twin “Drunken Sky” (Hawaii/Salt Lake City)
*Nicky Rubin “Displaced” (London, England)
-back and front announce-
*Kranion “La Procesion” (Atizpân de Zaragoza, Mexico)
*Hüds “Copycat” (Wolverhampton, England)
-Martin Bowes/Attrition voice intro-
+Attrition f/ Emese (from Hungary) “The Great Deraile” (Coventry, England)
*Pharmacose “Checked Out” (Jacksonville, FL)
-back and front announce-
*Kidso “Sparkle” (München, Germany)