The Streets

The Streets (Mike Skinner) will soon release a new mixtape None of Us is Getting Out of This Life Alive.

The lead track “Call My Phone Thinking I’m Doing Nothing Better” is a collaboration with Tame Impala.

“Call My Phone Thinking I’m Doing Nothing Better”

Bleeker

Bleeker is a Canadian rock quartet formed by the Perkins brothers.

Their new song “(Give a Little Bit More) Disaster” is a definitely a bleak view of life (pun intended).

“Disaster”

Phondupe

Phondupe is an oddly named electronic producer from Sydney.

“Eel City”, a song of isolation and survival, will be included on his forthcoming album ONYKIA.

“Eel City”

Lopsided World of L

Jonathan L and this week’s new music from a Berlin perspective.

 

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Lopsided World of L (Hour 1)

Lopsided World of L (Hour 2)

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

*Alberto Lombardi “Start Again” (Rome, Italy)
*Syd Sister “Mrs Sunshine” (Brighton, England)
-Leon Rousseau voice intro-
*Leon Rousseau and the Divine Siblings “Babyboomers” (Paris, France)
*Glass Cristina “Supermagic” (Spain)
-back and front announce-
*The Dears “The Worst In Us” (Montreal, Canada)
*The Watershed “Dark Desire” (Sydney, Australia)
-Tiff Randol voice intro-
*Tiff Randol “Born To Die” (Los Angeles)
*Mullally “Vibe” (Great Yarmouth, England)
-back and front announce-
*Dan The D “Dawg Eat” (Cambridgeshire, England/Joshua Tree)
-The Nightflight Orchestra voice intro-
*The Nightflight Orchestra “Taurus” (Sweden)
*Reclaim Vienna “ChangeThe Echo” (Manchester, England)
-Gianna voice intro-
*Gianna “Watch It” (Jamaica)
-back and front announce-
*Steady Rollin’ “Impossible” (El Salvador)
-Max Raabe voice intro-
*Max Raabe & Palast Orch. f/Herbert Grönemeyer “Mambo” (Berlin, Germany)
MEMORY LANE: Queensryche f/ Emily Tate “Home Again” (2009)
*Fenne Lily “Hypocondriac” (Bristol, England)
-back and front announce-
*Vonny & Clyde “Steh auf” (Germany/Switzerland)
-Born Ruffians voice intro-
*Born Ruffians “Breathe” (Canada)
-Trad. Attack! voice intro-
*Trad. Attack! “Jus mu süda on…” (Tartu/Viandi, Estonia)
*Perpacity “Burn” (Copenhagen, Denmark/ Bristol, England)
-back and front announce-
*Mechanimal “Scavengers” (Athens, Greece)
*Elaine Palmer “Heading Back West” (North Yorkshire, England)
-Mélinée voice intro-
*Mélinée “Ma clope” (Berlin, Germany)
*Butterfly “Ranger 1” (Walkern/Hertfordshire, England)
-back and front announce-
*Edith “Kinda Liked You” (Romania/London)
*Yellow Brain “Cotton Mouth” (Manchester, England)
-Benjamin Schoos f/ Alex Gavaghan “Melody Souvenir” (Belgium)
-back and front announce-
-Liz Cirelli voice intro-
*Liz Cirelli & Minski “Beach Jeep” (Italy/London)

Noga Erez

Noga Erez, musician and producer from Tel Aviv, gives us this fresh song “Views”.

For this futuristic hip-hop track she enlisted her partner Ori Rousso and singer-rapper, Reo Cragun.

“Views”

Chromatics

Chromatics shared a new song “Teacher”.

It was to appear on the 2014 album Dear Tommy that was never released.

The song sounds so retro, and so good.

“Teacher”

CocoRosie

CocoRosie is the duo Bianca “Coco” and Sierra “Rosie” Casady.

Born in the U.S. they united in Paris as a musical entity performing throughout the continent.

By combing different musical styles their sound is difficult to categorize. Some call it Freak Folk. Put the Shine On is their 7th album which includes the song “Burning Down the House” (not the Talking Heads song).  

      “Burning Down the House”

Alison Mosshart

Alison Mosshart, lead singer of The Kills and the supergroup The Dead Weather, has just delivered a song under her own name.

“Rise” portends an exciting solo career.

“Rise”

Lopsided World of L

Jonathan L‘s favorite songs of 2020 thus far.

 

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Lopsided World of L (Hour 1)

Lopsided World of L (Hour 2)

#476 Berlin era  


The Avener “Under The Waterfall” (France)
The Scaners “Random City” (Lyon, France)
-Ellison voice intro-
Ellison “Sing” (Detroit, MI)
Bonnie & The Groove Cats “Bourbon” (Switzerland)
-back and front announce-
Vidar Nordheim “Sweet In His Pocket” (Norway/Liverpool)
Oh My God! It’s The Church “Where My Hail Mary At? (United Kingdom)
-Max Raabe voice intro-
Max Raabe & Palast Orchestra “Ich Geh Durch Den Park An Einem Donnerstag” (Berlin, Germany)
CPX “Brutal Robot” (Rome, Italy)
-back and front announce-
Beat Hotel “Feel It” (Brighton, England)
Sobranie 8 18 “Angels Fight” (Saint-Petersburg, Russia)
-Coma voice ID-
Coma “Sparkles” (Köln, Germany)
Leprous “Alleviate” (Norway)
-back and front announce-
Eat Lipstick “World On Fire” (Berlin, Germany)
Ghostwood Development Project f/Cool Keith “Gulley” (United Kingdom)
-Richard Butler voice intro-
The Psychedelic Furs “Don’t Believe” (London, England)
-Kidso voice intro-
Kidso “Father” (München, Germany)
-back and front announce-
Gerry Gareau “Homemade Jeep” (Canada)
-Drizztopher Walken “Sandlost” (Seattle, WA)
-Leanne Kingwell voice intro-
Leanne Kingwell vs. Jonathan L “I Got You Babe” (Melbourne/Berlin)
-Clemix voice intro-
Clemix “C’est commun” (Brussels, Belgium)
-back and front announce-
Mayflower Madame “Ludwig Meidner” (Oslo, Norway)
-kmfrommyills voice intro-
kmfrommyills “Eri Tu” (Italy)
-Secret Treehouse voice intro-
-Secret Treehouse “Broken Soul” (Bergen, Norway)

-Jonny Polonsky voice intro-
Jonny Polonsky “Sign In The Window” (New York)
-back and front announce-
 
Wavewulf “Icicles Melting” (New York)
-Mélinée voice intro-
Mélinée “Der Jäger” (Berlin, Germany) 

-Kid Moxie voice intro-
Kid Moxie “Big In Japan” (Alphaville cover) (Greece/ Los Angeles)

Teepee “Parallel World” (Prague, Czech Republic)
 -LUbO voice intro-
LUbO “Weiter” (Köln, Germany)
-back and front announce-
The Voice Tree “Electromagnetic Pulse” (France/America)

Fiona Apple

It’s difficult to describe the brilliance of Fiona Apple’s new album as she defies musical conventions.

Fetch the Bolt Cutters is a paean to feminist power in all of its idiosyncrasies and nuances. Her voice, from whisper to a scream, with found percussion and zigzagging song structures, is mesmerizing.

This album deserves a complete listen so it is problematic to select one representative song; therefore, I’ll give you 2 to intrigue: the title track “Fetch the Bolt Cutters” and “Under the Table”.   

“Fetch the Bolt Cutters”

“Under the Table”

Austra

Austra is a band but the only permanent member is singer/songwriter Katie Stelmanis.

It’s been 3 years since the last album. Expect Hirudin on May Day.

The song “Anywayz” is an alluring advance.   

“Anywayz”

Tara MacLean & Catherine MacLellan

Two exquisite singer/songwriters, Tara MacLean and her friend Catherine MacLellan, gathered together on Prince Edward Island in the Canadian northeast to record this beautiful song to guide us through the pandemic.

“This Storm”  

Lopsided World of L

Jonathan L, new music to escape thoughts of the pandemic.

 

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Lopsided World of L (Hour 1)

Lopsided World of L (Hour 2)

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

*Mayflower Madame “Vultures” (Oslo, Norway)
-Clemix voice intro-
+Clemix- “Rein du tout” (Brussels, Belgium)
-Max Raabe voice intro-
*Max Raabe & Palast Orchestra “Fahrrad Fahr’n” (Berlin, Germany)
*Your Screaming Silence “The Final Round” (Acoustic) (Moscow, Russia)
-back and front announce-
*The Allman Betts Band “Melodies Are Memories” (N. America)
*6th Crowd “The Day Is Over” (Ukraine)
MEMORY LANE: Ronnie Spector & Joey Ramone
-Tim Wheeler voice intro-
*Ash “Darkest Hour Of The Night” (N. Ireland)
-back and front announce-
*Symen Lyngroth “Muse” (Kristianland, Norway)
*KOYO “You Said It” (Leeds, England)
-Mélinée voice intro-
*Mélinée “L’amante audacieuse” (Berlin, Germany)
-Jonny Polonsky voice intro-
*Jonny Polonsky “Sign In The Window” (New York)
-back and front announce-
*Daniel Pearson “Brother” (United Kingdom/L.A.)
-Trad. Attack! voice intro-
*Trad. Attack! “Haned-luiged” (Tartu/Viandi, Estonia)
-Moran Magal voice intro-
*Moran Magal “Feel Again” (Berlin, Germany)
*Kranion “Andrea” (Atizpán de Zaragoza, Mexico)
-back and front announce-
*I Said No f/ Holly G Taylor “Moving On” (London, England)
*Unherz “Ihr wisst es nicht” (Kaiserslautern, Germany)
-Kid Moxie voice intro-
*Kid Moxie f/Phil Diamond “The Night” (Animals cover) (Greece/Los Angeles)
*Keldari Station “Sing To Me” (Denver, Colorado)
-back and front announce-
*Jessica Victoria “Some Songs Are For Crying” (Pittsburg, PA)
-Michael Schulte voice intro-
+Michael Schulte “Keep Me Up” (Berlin, Germany)
-Secret Treehouse voice intro-
+Secret Treehouse “Broken Soul” (Bergen, Norway)
*Mirror Point “Is This Was This” (North Carolina)
-back and front announce-
*Tara Vern “Girl With The Flashing Eyes” (Sydney, Australia)
-La Roux voice intro-
+La Roux “Automatic Driver” (London, England)
*The Rhymes “Säffle” (Uppsala, Sweden)
-back and front announce-
*Future Hero “Por Ti” (Buenos Aires, Argentina)

mxmtoon

mxmtoon, also known as Maia, has dropped a new song.

This teenage singer/songwriter/ukulele player from Oakland is a charm.

“Prom Dress” is from last year’s debut, the masquerade, and “Fever Dream”, her latest.    

“Prom Dress”

“Fever Dream”

U.S. Girls

U.S. Girls is the brainchild of Meghan Remy.

Her 7th album, Heavy Light, is a pop stunner.

Here are two: “4 American Dollars” and “Overtime”.

“4 American Dollars”

“Overtime”

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