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Lopsided World of L

Jonathan L with an Australian special.

Lopsided World of L (Hour 1)

Lopsided World of L (Hour 2)

#495 Berlin era | * CLASSIC SPECIAL from JULY 2016

Leanne Kingwell intro to Australia-
Leanne Kingwell “My Hero” (Melbourne)
Queen Of Darts “Can You Get Enough?” (Adelaide)
-Steve Kilby of The Church voice intro-
The Church “Toy Head” (Sydney)
-Elia Fell voice intro-
Elia Fell “Roads” (Sydney)
-back and front announce-
Spooky Land “Big Head” (Sydney)
-The Jezebels voice intro-
The Jezebels “Pleasure Drive” (Sydney)
-Aussie speak by Leanne Kingwell-
The Goldhearts “County Jail” (Gold Coast, Queensland)
-Hemingway voice intro-
Hemingway “Unified” (Brisbane)
-back and front announce-
Wesley Fuller “Melvista” (Melbourne)
-Kim Girdlestone voice intro-
Kim Girdlestone “Sex Is In” (Sydney)
Oh White Mare “Outsiders” (Perth)
-The High Learys voice intro-
The High Learys “Cabinet” (Perth)
-back and front announce-
Clairy Brown & The Bangin’ Rackettes “Jenny”(Melbourne)
-19-Twenty voice intro-
19-Twenty “Sailor Jerry” (Wollongong)
-Kinski voice intro-
Kinsky “I Am The Mountain” (Sydney)
-Day Of The Dead voice intro-
Day Of The Dead “44 Deluxe” (Perth)
-back and front announce-
The Iron Horses “Any Other Way” (Sydney)
-Wolfie voice intro-
Wolfie “New Horizons” (Sydney)
-Aussie speak by Leanne Kingwell-
Desert Bones “Hard Times” (Melbourne)
Linki “Demonise” (Sydney)
-back and front announce-
Adrian J “Beautiful” (Sunshine Coast, Queensland)
Em George “The Grind” (Sydney)
-Harts voice intro-
Harts “Peculiar” (Melbourne)
KIT (Kate Watts) “How Hard” (Bega)
-back and front announce-
Hayden Buchanan “Lovers In The Moonlight” (Sydney)
-Georgia Reed voice intro-
Georgia Reed “Waiting For You To Run” (Perth)
-Aussie speak Leanne Kingwell-
Crystal Cities “Talking To Myself” (Sydney)
-Cj Hooper voice intro-
Cj Hooper “Life Feels Good” (Sydney)
-back and front announce-
Grinderman (Nick Cave) When My Baby Comes” (Victoria)

Julia Jacklin

In Julia Jacklin’s song Turn Me Down she passionately asks her lover to break up with her so she doesn’t have to do it.

It’s included on this Australian singer/songwriters 2nd album Crushing.

Plus an extra track from the album Pressure to Party.

Turn Me Down

Pressure to Party

Courtney Barnett

One of the most important artists to emerge in recent years is Courtney Barnett.

Tell Me How You Really Feel will be the title of this Australian’s 3rd album due in the spring.

As a precursor, we have the song Nameless, Faceless with Kim Deal of The Breeders on backing vocals.

Nameless, Faceless

Lopsided World of L

Jonathan L, this week with an Australian special.

Lopsided

Lopsided World of L (Hour 1)

Lopsided World of L (Hour 2)

Leanne Kingwell “My Hero” (Melbourne)
Queen Of Darts “Can You Get Enough?” (Adelaide)
The Church “Toy Head” (Sydney)
Elia Fell “Roads” (Sydney)
Spooky land “Big Head” (Sydney)
The Jezebels “Pleasure Drive” (Sydney)
The Goldhearts “County Jail” (Gold Coast, Queensland)
Hemingway “Unified” (Brisbane)
Wesley Fuller “Melvista” (Melbourne)
Kim Girdlestone “Sex Is In” (Sydney)
Oh White Mare “Outsiders” (Perth)
The High Learys “Cabinet” (Perth)
Clairy Brown & The Bangin’ Rackettes “Jenny”(Melbourne)
19-Twenty “Sailor Jerry” (Wollongong)
Kinsky “I Am The Mountain” (Sydney)
Day Of The Dead “44 Deluxe” (Perth)
The Iron Horses “Any Other Way” (Sydney)
Wolfie “New Horizons” (Sydney)
-Aussie speak by Leanne Kingwell-
Desert Bones “Hard Life” (Melbourne)
Linki “Demonise” (Sydney)
Adrian J “Beautiful” (Sunshine Coast, Queensland)
Em George “The Grind” (Sydney)
Harts “Peculiar” (Melbourne)
KIT (Kate Watts) “How Hard” (Bega)
Hayden Buchanan “Lovers In The Moonlight” (Sydney)
Georgia Reed “Waiting For You To Run” (Perth)
-Aussie speak Leanne Kingwell-
Crystal Cities “Talking To Myself” (Sydney)
Cj Hooper “Life Feels Good” (Sydney)
Grinderman (Nick Cave) When My Baby Comes” (Victoria)

Mark Pritchard (featuring Thom Yorke)

British/Australian electronic producer Mark Pritchard asked Radiohead’s Thom Yorke to sing on his forthcoming album Under the Sun.

In the song “Beautiful People” Pritchard distorts and enhances Yorke’s vocals to create a gorgeous lament.

“Beautiful People”

Lopsided World of L

Jonathan L is in Los Angeles picking up his award for Best International DJ so we rerun his Australia special this week.

LOP NEW LOGOLopsided World of L (Hour 1)

Lopsided World of L (Hour 2)

“g’day mate”
Rose Tattoo “City Blues” (Sydney)
“top notch true blue fair dinkum”
Courtney Barnett “Avant Gardener” (Melbourne)
Harts “Feather” (Melbourne)
“no wucking furries mate”
Grinderman “Bellringer Blues” (Melbourne)
Love Cream “Hot In The Dark” (Adelaide)
Mike Elrington “Build You Up (To Cut You Down)” (Melbourne)
“where the bloody hell are ya”
All Mankind “Break The Spell” (Sydney)
Intergalactix “Tuesday” (Sydney)
Ball Park Music “Polly Screw My Head Back On” (Brisbane)
“you lucky buggers”
The Church “Delirious” (Sydney)
Leanne Kingwell “This High” (Melbourne)
“I’m knackered”
Them Bruins “Walk A Line” (Melbourne)
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds “We Real Cool” (Melbourne)
Travis Caudle “Outta My Head” (Perth)
“get your listening gear around this”
Essick “Dreez” (Brisbane)
Vauxhall Outlaws “Now & Then” (Sydney)
Pond “Elvis’ Flaming Star” (Perth)
The Sunday Reeds “Make Her Jealous” (Melbourne)
“chuck another song on the barbie mate”
Nite Fields “You I Never Knew” (Brisbane)
Gossling “Harvest Of Gold” (Melbourne)
The Faults “Alexander” (Sydney)
“upside down from Australia”
Clairy Brown & The Bangin’ Rackettes “Jenny” (Melbourne)
“eh, pull yer head in”
The Ocean Party “Wading In” (Melbourne)
Courtney Barnett “Pedestrian At Best” (Melbourne)
“crack a tinnie, grab yer mates, and shut yer gob”
The Bamboos “Avenger” (Melbourne)
Elstow “Evil Dreams” (Sydney)
The Presets “No Fun” (Rüfüs remix) (Sydney)

All words in-between songs by Melbourne’s Leanne Kingwell

Jonathan speaks over Melbourne’s 24-year old
Electronic / Dj Naapo’s song “Fall Out”

Lopsided World of L

Jonathan L features Australia this week.

LOP NEW LOGOLopsided World of L (Hour 1)

Lopsided World of L (Hour 2)

“g’day mate”
Rose Tattoo “City Blues” (Sydney)
“top notch true blue fair dinkum”
Courtney Barnett “Avant Gardener” (Melbourne)
Harts “Feather” (Melbourne)
“no wucking furries mate”
Grinderman “Bellringer Blues” (Melbourne)
Love Cream “Hot In The Dark” (Adelaide)
Mike Elrington “Build You Up (To Cut You Down)” (Melbourne)
“where the bloody hell are ya”
All Mankind “Break The Spell” (Sydney)
Intergalactix “Tuesday” (Sydney)
Ball Park Music “Polly Screw My Head Back On” (Brisbane)
“you lucky buggers”
The Church “Delirious” (Sydney)
Leanne Kingwell “This High” (Melbourne)
“I’m knackered”
Them Bruins “Walk A Line” (Melbourne)
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds “We Real Cool” (Melbourne)
Travis Caudle “Outta My Head” (Perth)
“get your listening gear around this”
Essick “Dreez” (Brisbane)
Vauxhall Outlaws “Now & Then” (Sydney)
Pond “Elvis’ Flaming Star” (Perth)
The Sunday Reeds “Make Her Jealous” (Melbourne)
“chuck another song on the barbie mate”
Nite Fields “You I Never Knew” (Brisbane)
Gossling “Harvest Of Gold” (Melbourne)
The Faults “Alexander” (Sydney)
“upside down from Australia”
Clairy Brown & The Bangin’ Rackettes “Jenny” (Melbourne)
“eh, pull yer head in”
The Ocean Party “Wading In” (Melbourne)
Courtney Barnett “Pedestrian At Best” (Melbourne)
“crack a tinnie, grab yer mates, and shut yer gob”
The Bamboos “Avenger” (Melbourne)
Elstow “Evil Dreams” (Sydney)
The Presets “No Fun” (Rüfüs remix) (Sydney)

All words in-between songs by Melbourne’s Leanne Kingwell

Jonathan speaks over Melbourne’s 24-year old
Electronic / Dj Naapo’s song “Fall Out”

Courtney Barnett

Courtney Barnett is a new captivating and beguiling talent from Melbourne.

She has only released 2 EPs thus far to date: I’ve Got a Friend Called Emily Ferris and How To Carve a Carrot Into a Rose.

The two have now been combined entitled: The Double EP: A Sea of Split Peas.

“Avant Gardener” is our introduction to the world of Courtney Barnett.

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