Mike Shinoda

Mike Shinoda, co-founder of Linkin Park and side-project Fort Minor, now records under his own name.

Post Traumatic, released earlier this year, expresses his feelings about the suicide of bandmate Chester Bennington.

“Make It Up As I Go” is the latest single.

“Make It Up As I Go” (featuring K. Flay)

Lopsided World of L

Jonathan L, new music from here and aboard.


Lopsided World of L (Hour 1)

Lopsided World of L (Hour 2)

*denotes first time airs on show + replay

*Linda Em “Little Lightmaker” (London/Ireland)
*Laibach “Sound Of Music” (Trbovlje, Slovenia)
-Benjamin Schoos voice intro-
*Benjamin Schoos f/ Alain Chanfort “Dans les…” (Paris, France)
*Red Partizan “Angel Of Mercy” (Germany)
-back and front announce-
*The Callas w/ Lee Renaldo “Mirroir” (Athens, Greece)
*Neville & Sugary Staple “Wrong Shoes” (Coventry, England)
-MC Duro voice intro-
+MC Duro “Hurricane” (Czech Republic)
*Robert E. Livingood “Earth Mission 33” (North America)
-back and front announce-
*Ben Rauch “The Emoji Song” (New York City)
*Hero Fisher “If I Die And Nothing Happens” (London, England)
GABY’S MEMORY LANE: U2 “Mysterious Ways (Massive Attack RX)
*Ishani “One Can Jump” (Bangalore, India/London)
-back and front announce-
*Musta Paraati “Nacht der Untoten” (Finland)
*Palast “Strong” (Berlin, Germany)
-Pound Of Flesh voice intro-
*Pound Of Flesh “More” (Chicago)
*Baby Raptors “Warriors Of The Weekend” (Brooklyn, New York)
-back and front announce-
*Paul McCartney “Confidante” (Liverpool)
*Riverside “River Down Below” (Warsaw, Poland)
-Pop Noir voice intro-
*Pop Noir “White Jazz” (Manchester, England)
*Klaus “Fever” (Montreal, Canada)
-back and front announce-
*Breichiau Hir “Portread O Ddyn…” (Cymru, Wales)
*Poppycock “Iggy Pop” (Manchester, England)
-K-Man & The 45’s voice intro-
*K-Man & The 45’s “I Don’t Mind” (Montreal, Canada)
*The Buoys “Arm Wrestle” (Sydney, Australia)
-back and front announce-
*Piqued Jacks ” (Buggiano, Italy)
-InRegalia voice intro-
+InRegalia “Stand Up” (Mumbia, India)
*Moko “Fall Tune” (France)
-back and front announce-
*Amy Douglas “Never Saw It Coming” (Brooklyn, N.Y.)

Adrianne Lenker

Adrianne Lenker is the vocalist and a guitarist for one of my favorite bands of late, Big Thief.

Her solo project abysskiss features the delicate lovely composition “symbol”.


Tom Morello

Tom Morello, guitarist extraordinaire, founding member of Rage Against the Machine and acoustic balladeer, has a new solo album.

The Atlas Underground is his 4th but the 1st released under his own name.

The song “Every Step That I Take” features Portugal. The Man and Whethan.

“Every Step That I Take” featuring Portugal. The Man and Whethan


Atlanta-based Breathers cleverly use found-sound on their current single.

“1-800-PAIN” is included on this synth-pop trios’ new album Designed to Break.


Lopsided World of L

Jonathan L our DJ in Berlin.


Lopsided World of L (Hour 1)

Lopsided World of L (Hour 2)

David Byrne “Everybody’s Coming To My House”
-Alice Cooper voice intro-
Alice Cooper “Fireball”
-TC&I Colin (Moulding & Terry Chambers) voice intro-
TC&I (Greatness (The Aspiration Song)
-back and front announce-
Snow Patrol “Don’t Give In”
Roger Daltrey “Out Of Sight Out Of Mind”
-Geoff Tate voice intro-
Operation Mindcrime “My Eyes”
-Gang Of Four Andy Gill voice intro-
Gang Of Four “Ivanka (Things You Can’t Have)”
-back and front announce-
Paul McCartney “Fuh You”
-Rat Scabies voice intro-
Rat Scabies “Sing, Sing, Sing”
Jack White “Corporation”
-Daniel Ash voice intro-
Poptone “Slice Of Life”
-back and front announce-
Ziggy Marley “Rebellion Rises”
-Everlast voice intro-
Everlast “Don’t Complain”
-Dee Snider voice intro-
Dee Snider “Tomorrow’s No Concern”
GABY’S MEMORY LANE: T.REX “Laser Love” (1976)
-back and front announce-
Underworld & Iggy Pop “I’ll See Big”
Shriekback “Church Of The Louder Light”
-Steve Wynn voice intro-
The Dream Syndicate “Recurring (Steve’s Dream)”
Johnny Marr “Walk Into The Sea”
-back and front announce-
The Alarm f/Billy Duffy (The Cult) “Coming Backwards”
The English Beat “You’re Stuck”
-Johnette Napolintano voice intro-
Johnette Napolitano “Crib Girl”
James “Coming Home PT.2”
-back and front announce-
Ben Harper & Charlie Musselwhite “Found The One”
Mavis Staples “Who Told You That”
-Tony Moore (Cutting Crew) voice intro-
Tony Moore “Saved The Day”
The Damned “Procastination”
-back and front announce-
Underworld & Iggy Pop “Bells & Circles”


They call themselves Ladies as Pimps, or LAPS for short.

Glaswegian lovers Alicia Matthews and Cassie Ezeji offer exotic dance fusion on their WHO Me? EP.

“Who Me?”

Miss Information

Miho Hatori is best known as the vocalist for the band Cibo Matto. She has also worked with the virtual band Gorillaz.

She now performs under the moniker Miss Information.

Her compelling experimental first album, Sequence, includes the song “Viva! Madrid!”

“Viva! Madrid!”

Lopsided World of L

Jonathan L does it simply for the love of new music.


Lopsided World of L (Hour 1)

Lopsided World of L (Hour 2)

*denotes first time airs on show + replay

*James “Heads” (Manchester, England)
*Moses Sumney “Rank & File” (Los Angeles)
-InRegalia voice intro-
*InRegalia “Stand Up” (Mumbia, India)
*Korpiklaani “Aallon alla” (Finland)
-back and front announce-
*Lizette & “Have A Liitle Faith” (Stockholm, Sweden)
*Rude Audio “To The Sun” (London, England)
-The Scrags voice intro-
*The Scrags “Arrows Of Time” (Stockholm, Sweden)
*Leeroy “Burn To Ashes” (Perth, Australia)
-back and front announce-
-MC Duro voice intro-
*MC Duro “Hurricane” (Czech Republic)
*Spiritualized “Here It Comes” (Warwickshire, England)
-Harts voice intro-
*Harts “Wishfulness” (Melbourne, Australia)
*Broomhead “Who Are You” (Manchester, England)
-back and front announce-
*Palace Revolution “Kingdom” (Canberra, Australia)
*Jason Lee & The R.I.P. Tides “Juggernaut” (San Diego)
-Vile Assembly voice intro-
*Vile Assembly “Propaganda” (Liverpool, England)
*Hezron “Life Is A Poker Game” (St. James, Jamaica)
-back and front announce-
*Lee Christian “Live Your Life” (Oxford/Bath, England)
*Joey Dosik f/Coco O. “Don’t Want It To…” (Los Angeles)
GABY’S MEMORY LANE: Kiss “Beth” (1976)
*Perpacity “Rule The Day” (Copenhagen/Bristol)
-back and front announce-
*The Heck “For Cryin Out Loud” (Netherlands)
-Kensington Road voice intro-
*Kensington Road “World Will Know…” (Berlin, Germany)
-Ay Wing voice intro-
+Ay Wing “Ice Cream Dream” (Berlin, Germany)
*Segana “Forget You” (Sydney, Australia)
-back and front announce-
*Tash Sultana “Salvation” (Melbourne, Australia)
*Sugarspun “Will It Be This Way Forever” (NW, England)
-Mermaed voice intro-
+Mermaed “Idiot” (Los Angeles)
-The Crystal Method voice intro-
+The Crystal Method “There’s A Difference” (So. California)
-back and front announce-
*Statickman “Danger Ball” (Concepcion – Chile)


He calls himself Phosphorescent.

This charming singer/songwriter’s new album, C’est La Vie, comes out tomorrow.

The infectious song “New Birth in New England” leads the way.

“New Birth in New England”

Lopsided World of L

Jonathan L presents another wonderful SHE show.


Lopsided World of L (Hour 1)

Lopsided World of L (Hour 2)

*denotes first time airs on show + replay

*Doe Paoro “Over” (Los Angeles)
*Nele Needs A Holiday “Like My Mom” ( (Planet Pelgien)
-Georgia and the Vintage Youth voice intro-
*Georgia and the Vintage Youth “Wrapped Around…” (Essex)
+Malonda “Mondin” (Hamburg, Germany)
-back and front announce-
*Bones UK “I’m Afraid Of Americans” (London, England)
*Sivan Talmor “Dancing” (Israel)
GABY’S MEMORY LANE: Tina Turner “Better Be Good To Me”
*Stella Donnelly “Boys Will Be Boys” (Western Australia)
-back and front announce-
*The Ault Sisters “Neutron Dance” (Toronto, Canada)
+Linda Em “Wild Fire” (London/Ireland)
-Liz Ogumbo voice intro-
*Liz Ogumbo “Mon Homme” (Johannesburg, So. Africa)
-back and front announce-
*Oli Gosh “Listen” (London, England)
-Tamanie Dove voice intro-
*Tamanie Dove “Sweet T” (Atlanta, Georgia)
-Mermaed voice intro-
*Mermaede “Idiot” (Los Angeles)
-Doro Pesch voice intro-
*Doro “Black Ballad” (Düsseldorf, Germany)
-back and front announce-
*Mitski “Nobody” (Japan)
*Minyeshu “Daa Dee” (Ethiopia)
*Aldo Rox “House Of The Rising Sun” (Northern California)
+Enna Le “Bambeo” (Berlin, Germany)
-back and front announce-
*Hanna Vu “426” (Los Angeles)
*Whiskey Moon Face “Natasha’s Song” (London, England)
-Little Sparrow voice intro-
*Little Sparrow f/R.Dewhurst “Baggy Trousers” (Manchester)
-back and front announce-
*L’Freaq “Moonlight” (Los Angeles)
+Sabina Schwiezer “Irgendwas Bleibt” (Schwäbisch, Swizerland)
-Pull N Way voice intro-
+Pull N Way “IM4U” (Switzerland)
-Eriks Bach voice intro-
+m1nk “The Far Side” (Greece/Wakefield UK)
-back and front announce-
-Vonny & Clyde voice intro-
+Vonny & Clyde f/Jerry Ropero “Sieh Nach Vorne” (Hamburg)

Lana Del Rey

Cinematic melancholia engulfs us once again on Lana Del Rey’s forthcoming album Norman Fucking Rockwell.

2 songs pre-release the album, “Mariners Apartment Complex” and “Venice Bitch”.

“Mariners Apartment Complex”

“Venice Bitch”

180 dB

180dB is the side project of Savages rhythm section Fay Milton (drums) and Ayse Hassan (bass).

They’ve enlisted Nick Zinner of Yeah Yeah Yeahs for guitar and Meredith Graves of Perfect Pussy to sing on this debut intense rocker.

“Road Trip” featuring Nick Zinner and Meredith Graves

Lopsided World of L

Jonathan L, from Berlin on Mondays.


Lopsided World of L (Hour 1)

Lopsided World of L (Hour 2)

*denotes first time airs on show + replay

*James “Coming Home PT.2” (Manchester)
*House Of David Gang f/Gisto “Good Vibration” (Toronto, Canada)
-Everlast voice intro-
*Everlast “Don’t Complain” (Los Angeles)
-Georgia and the Vintage Youth voice intro-
*Georgia and the Vintage Youth “Remember Brick Lane” (Essex)
-back and front announce-
*Underworld & Iggy Pop “I’ll See Big” (Essex/Florida)
*Malonda “Mondin” (Hamburg, Germany)
-GABY’S MEMORY LANE-AC/DC “Soul Stripper” 1974
*Sabina Schwiezer “Irgendwas Bleibt” (Schwäbisch, Swizerland)
-back and front announce-
*Tam Bor “Aloof” (Lugano, Switzerland)
*Soft People “I Saw The Moon”(Berlin deephouse mix) (N.America)
-The Crystal Method voice intro-
*The Crystal Method “There’s A Difference” (Southern California)
*Imperial Leisure “RRRRRRollin” (London, England)
-back and front announce-
*The Elation “Feels Like A Good Reason To Get…” (Cork, Ireland)
*Matt McGuiness & The MLC “We Are What We…” (Derby, England)
-The Scrags voice intro-
+The Scrags “Cold Wind” (Stockholm, Sweden)
*Glasspop “I Need Somebody” (Poznan´, Poland)
-back and front announce-
*Orum “Looking Straight” (Perth, Australia)
*Blanket “This Moment Right Here” (Blackpool, England)
-Susan Hwang voice intro-
*Lusterlit “River” (New York City)
-Kensington Road voice intro-
*Kensington Road “Blacktop” (Berlin, Germany)
-back and front announce-
*Hardland “Hot Gypsy” (Utrecht, Netherlands)
*Rain Diary “Kill The Disco” (Finland)
-John Andrews voice intro-
*John Andrews “DLMFA” (Belfast, Ireland)
-back and front announce-
*Accü¸ “Am Se´r” (Wales)
-Svantaal voice intro-
+Svantaal “Ins Leben Hinein” (München, Germany)
-Cj Hooper voice intro-
*Cj Hooper “Burning Me Up” (Sydney, Australia)
-back and front announce-
*Beauty In Chaos “Storm” (Los Angeles)

Bob Moses

Bob Moses, the electronic duo from Vancouver, just released their 2nd album Battle Lines.

“Back Down” pleasantly introduces their new music.

“Back Down”

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