Sunday, February 11, 2007

Playlist 12

1. Clinic - If You Could Read Your Mind (Domino) New Single
2. The KBC - Not Anymore (Promo)From the preston bands forthcoming debut album "On The Beat"
3. I Am Above On The Left - To Swallow A Wasp (R.A.I.G.) Great name for a band. This is from the album "An A-Bomb To Wake Up"
4. Dinosaur Jr - Almost Ready (Fat Possum) The album is called "Beyond" and beyond that I know nothing. Out at some point in the future...
5. The Fall - White Line Fever (Slogan) From the album "Reformation-Post TLC" which assuming your alive should be in your cd player as we speak.
6. The Papercuts - Dear Employee (Gnomonsong) Suprise of the week this one. The album's called "Can't Go Back" and is guaranteed to brighten your day, unless of course your enduring amputation without pain relief.
7. Los Camesinos - You Throw Parties, We Throw Knives (Wichita) New single from the Welsh wonders.
8. Kristin Hersh - In Shock (4AD) New single from the former Throwing Muse.
9. Dartz - Lazer Eyes (Xtra Mile) The album "This Is My Ship" is out this week. I'm quite looking forward to catching up with this lot in a couple of weeks time. Best band on teeside.
10. Cut City - Ashes Like Millions (GSL) From the new album "Exit Decades"
11. A Sunny Day In Glasgow - Lists, Plans (CD-R) I really wish I could tell you where to get a copy of this album. It's called "Scribble Mural Comic Journal" and is f*****g ace.
12. Signal Hill - Standby, Sir (CD-R)
From their self released, self titled debut.

13. The Butterflies Of Love - Ghostride (Fortuna Pop) From the new album "Famous Problems"
14. Cats Cats & Cats - You'll Never Make It Home () From the split single they share with Tired Irie. I might play you the Tired Irie side next week if I remember.
15. Hadouken - That Boy That Girl (Surface Noise) New single by Hadouken who I seem to have in my head come from just down the road in Leeds.

3 comments:

  1. Thanks for Playlist 12. I enjoyed this more than other recent ones I think. I don't have the new Fall album but your samples have convinced me to spend some hard-earned on it. I also liked I Am Above On The Left - more to Russia than Abramovich eh? - and their disturbing noise. Los Campesinos are one of those bands that often got played on Peel programmes, quirky, amusing and yet with a talent for hitting the mark. Cut City are another band who deserve to do well. They sound industrious and committed ( I got that impression from the music and the web page.)

    Only the KBC, Hadouken and Butterflies of Love failed to impress. KBC sound like too many other bands, Butterflies of Love seem a trifle effete while Hadouken's music leaves me cold.

    Thanks again for the music. Keep on.

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  2. Reformation Post TLC is a fine album. Well, I'm at track 7 'Coach and Horses' and it's all fine noise so far.

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