The 1975

The 1975, the pop rock Manchester quartet, continue to push the boundaries.

The opening track of their latest (4th) album Notes on a Conditional Form is simply entitled “The 1975” and is a call to arms from Greta Thunberg.

Yes, we are in the midst of a pandemic but as the virus eases we still face the destruction of our planet. We must act now or witness a disaster so much worse than Covid-19.    

“The 1975” with Greta Thunberg

Kate NV

Kate Shilonosova the Moscow-based electronic songstress records as Kate NV.

Room for the Moon, her 3rd, contains fascinating experimental pop as heard on “Sayonara” and “Plans”.   





Arlo Parks

Arlo Parks, a 19-year old Londoner, dropped a new single “Eugene” where she explores complicated feelings and ambiguous relationships in her hazy indie pop R&B style.    


Lopsided World of L

This week Jonathan L presents older artists with new music.



Lopsided World of L (Hour 1)

Lopsided World of L (Hour 2)

#481 Berlin era   *denotes first time airs on show  + replay
All songs released this year 2020

*Jeff Beck and Johnny Depp “Isolation” (John Lennon cover)
*Bob Dylan “I Contain Multitudes”
-Dr Robert (Blow Monkeys) voice intro-
*Monks Road Social f/ Dr Robert “Step By Step”
*Gerry & The Pacemakers “You’ll Never Walk Alone” (stereo 2020 version)
-back and front announce-
*Boy George f/ Dr. Brian Kennedy “Things Are Gonna Change”
-Josie Cotton voice intro-
*Josie Cotton “Run Pussy Cat”
+Sparks “I’m Toast”
-back and front announce-
*Bob Dylan “Murder Most Foul” (all 16:55 minutes)
-back and front announce-
*Deep Purple “Throw My Bones”
*Victor DeLorenzo (Violent Femmes) “When She’s There”
-Richard Butler /Psychedelic Furs voice intro-
*Psychedelic Furs “You’ll Be Mine”
*Pearl Jam “Seven O’ Clock”
-back and front announce-
*David Byrne “I Should Watch TV” (Live on Broadway)
-Cherie Currie voice intro-
*Cherie Currie (Runaways) f/ Billy Corgan) “Blvds Of Splendor”
-John Easdale / Dramarama voice intro-
+Dramarama “Up To Here”
*Alanis Morissette “Reasons I Drink”
-back and front announce-
*Soul Asylum “If I Told You”
*Monks Road Social f/ Peter Capaldi (Dr. Who) “If I Could Only Pray”
-Max Raabe voice intro-
+Max Raabe & Palast Orch. f/ Mr. Lordi (Lordi) “Just A Gigolo”
+Boomtown Rats “Trash Glam Baby”
-back and front announce-
*Kansas “Throwing Mountains”
-The Romantics (Mike Skill) voice intro-
+The Romantics (Mike Skill) “Not My Business”
*Fiona Apple “Shameika”
-back and front announce-
+Cutting Crew “(I Just) Died In Your Arms” (Orchestral 2020 version)


Arca, the inventive Venezuelan producer/musician/songwriter/DJ, has a new record, KiCk i, forthcoming in July.

“Time” is heavenly.


Ben Watt

Ben Watt, DJ, producer and one-half of the duo Everything But the Girl, also writes commanding songs as a solo artist as heard on “Figures in the Landscape”, so pertinent during these trying times.

In his own words: “I wrote it in a period of personal crisis and political upheaval. The random nature of both can leave you feeling insignificant, lacking agency in the world, but in the end I guess you have a simple choice: to get up and celebrate what you have, or get out and take issue with it.”

“Figures in the Landscape” from Storm Damage

Jess Williamson

Jess Williamson hails from Texas but now call’s Los Angeles home.

Her 4th album, Sorceress, includes the stunningly gorgeous song “Wind on Tin”.

“Wind on Tin”

Lopsided World of L

Jonathan L, new music when we need it most.



Lopsided World of L (Hour 1)

Lopsided World of L (Hour 2)

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

*Eda Wolf “Technicolor” (Brooklyn/Helsinki)
*Parklake “Der Eremit 2” (Heidelberg, Germany)
-Rusty Boilers voice intro-
*Rusty Boilers “Gunman” (Tel Aviv, Israel)
*R-Wan f/ Shaydee “Big Up” (France)
-back and front announce-
*The Banshees “Tell Me Everything” (Liverpool, England)
*AMJ Collective “No Matter Where You Come From Dub” (Bristol, England)
-Max Rabe voice intro-
*Max Raabe & Palast Orch. “Für Frauen ist das kein problem” (Berlin, Germany)
*B.Infinte “Love Is A Passion” (Nürmberg, Germany)
-back and front announce-
*SYBS “Cwyr” (Wales)
*Dr Israel “Slaver (DJ Olive Remix) (Brooklyn, NY)
-Baby Chaos voice intro-
*Baby Chaos “The Wild Beast” (Glasgow, Scotland)
*Popular Creeps “Metal Kid” (Detroit, MI)
-back and front announce-
*Justin Adams f/ Joe Grey Adams “Endless Ocean” (United Kingdom)
*Clwb Fuzz “No Heaven” (Cardiff, Wales)
-Josie Cotton voice intro-
*Josie Cotton “Female Trouble” (Los Angeles, CA)
*Head Fake “I’m Found” (London/New York)
-back and front announce-
*Sin City “Big City Streets” (New Zealand)
-Robert Levon Been voice intro-
The Call f/Robert Levon Been “Let The Day Begin” (Live at The Troubadour)
-Miracle Flair voice intro-
*Miracle Flair “Lost In The Void” (Switzerland)
-back and front announce-
*The Michrodance “Lovesick Kisses” (London, England)
-Steve Wynn/Dream Syndicate voice intro-
*The Dream Syndicate “The Longing” (Radio edit version) (N.Y.)
-Kidso voice intro-
*Kidso “Path (München, Germany)
*Odessey & Oracle “Le Manège” (France)
-back and front announce-
*3 South & Banana “Million Light Years Away” (Berlin/France)
-Melinée voice intro-
*Melinée “Belfast” (Berlin, Germany)
-Trad. Attack! voice intro-
*Trad. Attack! “Varesele valu” (Tartu/Viandi, Estonia)
-back and front announce-
*Gianna f/ Durtyboy “Humming” (Jamaica)


jackie takes its name from Jackie Mohr, the singer and leader of this Toronto– based trio.

New at Drugs is their debut EP.

Listen to the song ‘Unspun” as well as the title track.


“New at Drugs”

Jamie xx

Jamie xx, producer, musician and member of The xx, offers his first solo song since 2015.

Get lost in the wild experimental electronic percussive-heavy “idontknow”.



Sub Urban

Sub Urban is the anonym of Daniel Virgil Maisonneuve a young singer/songwriter out of New Jersey.

He first made a name for himself last year on TikTok with his song “Cradles”.

His latest, “Freak” features REI AMI.

“Freak” featuring REI AMI




Lopsided World of L

Jonathan L enchants again with a SHE show.



Lopsided World of L (Hour 1)

Lopsided World of L (Hour 2)

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

*Elles Bailey “Woman Like Me” (Bristol, England)
*The Borgias “I Don’t Want Nobody Else To Love Me” (Birmingham, England)
-Mélinée voice Intro-
*Mélinée “Mon âme” (Berlin, Germany)
*The Exbats “Funny Honey” (Bisbee, Arizona)
-back and front announce-
*San Mei “Love In The Dark” (Gold Coast, Australia)
+Alana Joanne “Undress Me” (Adelaide, Australia)
-Vonny & Clyde voice intro-
+Vonny & Clyde “Steh auf” (Switzerland)
*Lina Button “Dance Into Freedom” (Zürich, Switzerland)
-back and front announce-

-Jane ‘N The Jungle voice intro-
*Jane ‘N The Jungle” Animal” (Phoenix, AZ)
-Josie Cotton voice intro-
*Josie Cotton “Girl In Gold Boots” (Los Angeles, CA)
-Dixies Chicks voice intro-
*Dixie Chicks “Gaslighter” (Austin, Texas)
*Nadia “Ich bin allein” (Germany)
-back and front announce-
*Wargirl “Hang On” (Long Beach, CA)
*Claire Atkins “Eternal Return” (Byron, Australia)
-Nicole/Miracle Flair voice intro-
*Miracle Flair “Presence Of Death” (Switzerland)
*Katie Wood “Cloudwalker” (London, England)
-back and front announce-
*Princess Thailand “We Shine” (Paris/Toulouse, France)
+Lucy and the Rats “Get Down” (London/Melbourne)
-Tiff Randol voice into-
*Tiff Randol “Tell The Truth” (Los Angeles,CA)
+Feline & Strange “Inappropriate” (Berlin, Germany)
-back and front announce-
*Vina Rose “Heart Of Gold” (London/Sicily, Italy)
+Amy Steven “Hell Is Teenage Girl” (Liverpool, England)
-Clemix voice intro-
*Clemix “Rien du tout” (Brussels, Belgium)
+Kid Be Kid “Blood” (Berlin, Germany)
-back and front announce-
*Alex Carpi “Big City” (Melbourne, Australia)
+Amy Wald “Crush” (Vienna, Austria)
-Yajina voice intro-
*Yajina “Femenomenal” (Sweden)
-back and front announce-
*Shubangi, Duuq “Fenster” (Berlin, Germany)
+InAbell “Sugar Rush” (Tel Aviv, Israel)
-She Show Sweeper-
*Adwaith “Lan y Môr” (Wales)
-back and front announce-
*G-Lati & Mellons f/ Diany “Focus” (Breda, Netherlands)

Gerry Cinnamon

Gerry Cinnamon hails from Scotland.

The Bonny, his sophomore album, testifies to the talent of this singer-songwriter.

Two songs for you:  “Where We’re Going” and “Canter”.   

“Where We’re Going”


Car Seat Headrest

Car Seat Headrest’s new album Making a Door Less Open has been 4 years in the making as Will Toledo challenged himself to find a new path to create his music.

Hear the lo-fi electronic repetitions as we meander in the song “There Must Be More Than Blood”.  

“There Must Be More Than Blood”


Korean-American Yaeji debuts her 1st mixtape What We Drew.

This electronic musician based in Brooklyn sings in both English and Korean as heard on the song “Waking Up Down”.

“Waking Up Down”

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