Follow the Nialler9 new album Spotify playlist featuring two songs each from each recommended recent album.
David Byrne – American Utopia
Ex-Talking Heads frontman David Byrne’s first solo album release in 14 years sees him collaborating with artists such as Brian Eno, Sampha, Blood Orange, Oneohtrix Point Never, Jack Penate and a bunch of other male contributors, a factor that resulted in some backlash for the Scottish-American musician that he addressed directly and apologetically.
American Utopia shouldn’t be overshadowed by those fact. The album is excellent, filled with has certain sound elements that project his musical roots with Talking Heads yet it also proves that David Byrne is a long-standing solo artist with distinction who is still able to make relevant and engaging art-pop in 2018. Further proof is in his stand out performance of ‘Everybody’s Coming To My House’ on Colbert.
David Kitt – Yous
David Kitt has been releasing music under his electronic project name New Jackson of late, this is his first release as David Kitt in over eight years. Yous is an understated record, a singer-songwriter record in the vein of his early work. He is accompanied mostly by guitar and the violin and voice of Margie Lewis with some underpinnings of synths and drum machines. It was recorded at his Dublin home with a blend of electronics, samples and live instrumentation (with some additional production by Karl Odlum). Other contributors include Dunk ‘Sunken Foal’ Murphy, Michelle Stoddart (The Magic Numbers) and Robbie Kitt.
A cover of Fever Ray’s ‘Keep The Streets Empty For Me’ is included as are acoustic versions of his ‘Make It Mine’ and ‘There Will Always Be This Love’ which are both from his electronic project New Jackson. First listen standouts include ‘Cling Film’, ‘Like Lightning’ and ‘Still Don’t Know’.
Young Fathers – Cocoa Sugar
Scottish trio Young Fathers’ Cocoa Sugar via Ninja Tune is the alt-rap group’s third studio album. The previewed sound on the album from the first single releases of ‘In My View’ and ‘Lord’ suggested an increased softness and directness that wasn’t present on their first two records. That slight change in direction is present throughout the new album gives it a fresh soulful sound with feel-good gospel constructions to relish in.
Caroline Rose – Loner
Caroline Rose made her debut with I Will Not Be Afraid in 2014. Now four years later the self-described “queer feminist” presents the release of new album Loner, a dark-edged album of manic and millennial modern pop, drawing on indie-rock, surf music, synth hooks and bright production, which Rose herself was responsible for.
George Fitzgerald – All That Must Be
This is the second full-length LP from English electronic producer George Fitzgerald. All That Must Be which is out on Domino Record features collaborations with Bonobo, Hudson Scott, Tracey Thorn and Lil Silva. Tracks like ‘Nobody But You’ delves deep into a nostalgic territory of summer nights spent in South London, embodies a transcendent sound. The album documents the 10-year period Fitzgerald spent living in Berlin right through to his departure back to London to become a father. Each track has its own unique layered ambiance but hey are constructed with a common thread of building synthesizer electronica.
Paddy Hanna – Frankly, I Mutate
Paddy Hanna presents album number two with Frankly, I Mutate which was produced by Girl Band’s Daniel Fox. It represents a polished, reformed and mastered sound from the Dublin singer-songwriter. The album brings its own unique element of quirk that is harmoniously backed up with string arrangements by Éna Brennan aka Dowry. Paddy establishes himself as an artist with distinction and reverence with this one.
Posted on March 12th, 2018
Castlepalooza have announced their second round of acts for this year’s festival which takes place from August 3rd to 5th in Charleville Castle, Tullamore.
The 25 new artists added to the line up include:
- Beauty Sleep
- Bon Voyage & Arveene
- Colin O’Shea
- Dublin Ukelele Collective
- Heroes In Hiding
- King Bones
- Molly Sterling
- Paddy Hanna
- Proper Micro NV
- Pursued by Dogs
- Slow Riot
- Slow Place Like Home
- The Ocelots
- Third Smoke
- True Tides
For the first lineup announcement see the previous post here.
Weekend tickets are available from €109 with no camping or €139 with camping.
Posted on March 12th, 2018
Once Upon a Time Back West returns to Galway this February 8th-11th. The festival will feature music, comedy and club culture across four venues in Galway’s West End.
Line up includes:
Thursday 8th February
Le Boom @ Róisín Dubh (Free)
Oisa D’Preto Massino @ Massimo (Free)
Friday 9th February
Saturday 10th February
Sunday 11th February
Posted on January 24th, 2018
Paddy Hanna has shared new track ‘Toulouse The Kisser’ from his album Frankly, I Mutate which will be released on March 2nd.
“It’s a travelogue of drunken misadventure, watching your future waste away and accepting you will become the person to whom people say, “at least I’m not that poor fool”. – Says Paddy
The album, recorded in Bow Lane studios will feature collaborations with members of Girl Band, Saint Sister, Tandem Felix, Cian Nugent and the Cosmos, Trinity Orchestra and string arrangements by Ena Brennan aka Dowry
Posted on January 18th, 2018
A new night called Sweet Nothings is coming to Drop Dead Twice in the heart of the Liberties, Dublin next month. The night is based on the idea of collaboration, from collaborating with other independent music business in the area, to artists collaborating with each other and the audience on the night.
Brought to you by Carlos O’Connell and in collaboration with Blackwax Records (more about the new record shop on Meath Street), who will hold a pop-up store each night and perform a DJ set of 7″s and 12″s which will also be on sale.
The night is inspired by the scene momentum in New York in the 00s, which birthed the Strokes among others, aiming to create a space where music lovers and the artists themselves will want to come back to.
“A few months ago I got given Lizzy Goodman’s book Meet Me In The Bathroom, and the similarities I found in it with my life in Dublin for the last few years made me think ‘why don’t I just push it a bit more? and try to get some of the amazing artists that Ireland is packed with in the same room, attract music lovers to this room, and make something happen?'” says Carlos.
The first night takes place in Drop Dead Twice, Dublin on Thursday, February 1st. Admission is free.
Artists on the night include:
Gabriel Paschal Black ( For Foresters )
Posted on January 18th, 2018
Bitch Falcon give us their new track ‘Of Heart’, a Nialler9 favourite. Fans will recognise this one as a stand out from live shows giving a slow dirge of rock that creeps across its running time menacingly.
Paddy Hanna’s father’s illness lead him to write a song inspired by American singer Mario Lanza. A very upbeat and joyful track with an underlining sorrowful tone as it reflects his emotions relating to a illness that left his father in a coma for two weeks.
Sligo producers Brame & Hamo are back two years on from their last release with a new 3 track EP. ‘Hurt You’ off the new EP is a hard-hitting track with trance flavours and vocal samples that deliver a deeper tone in comparison to their earlier work.
Galway electronic pop artist Laoise’s new track is deeply atmospheric and shows off her powerfully haunting vocals. Laoise continues to develop her visual aesthetic too via the new video by Christian Tierney.
Nefera- I Dare You
Egyptian/Irish R&B artist Nefera third single ‘I Dare You’ has a catchy beat with soulful vocals. You may find yourself singing along to this one after a few listens.
Sonja Sleator- Mia
Belfast-based singer-songwriter Sonja Sleator reminds me of a Irish version of Courtney Barnett. This song has a very catchy upbeat melody with narrative lyrics about the titular character.
Darce – Valhalla ft Eve Clague
New Portals – Chasing Shade
The prolific Belfast couple Ruth and Michael Aicken are back with new track ‘Chasing Shade’. They say: “it’s a song we wrote about that one person we all know who is just happy with their lives no matter what happens. We’re off busying ourselves, trying to make the world a better place or build a better or more fulfilling future for ourselves and some people are just happy to sit back, relax and enjoy the ride. This song is about how envious we are of those people and how we wish we could just get away from the compulsions that drive us.”
Posted on November 15th, 2017
Dublin-based singer-songwriter Paddy Hanna has released a new track ‘Mario Lanza’ off his forthcoming album set to be released next year.
The song is very upbeat and joyful with an underlining sorrowful tone as it reflects his emotions relating to a illness that left his father in a coma for two weeks.
My Father, not too long ago, went through a terrible illness which left him in a coma for two weeks. The emotional strain of this event really beat me down, I repressed it in some ways, particularly in my writing. While struggling to deal with the strain I began listening through some rough demos I had, one of which was a minute-long ditty about Mario Lanza, an American Tenor from the early 20th century. I decided to finish it off and realized very quickly I was channelling my pain through this particular track. Mario Lanza, in essence, became my Dad, and through him I could express all of the emotions I had repressed, which is why the song is tinged with a sorrowful joy.
Paddy plays a number of Irish dates this November and December accompanied by a live band featuring Adam Faulkner and Daniel Fox (Girl Band) and guitarist Paddy Ormond.
Other dates include:
November 17 @ Levis’ Bar, Ballydehob, Cork
Nov 24 @ Connolly’s of Leap, Cork
Dec 2 @ Kasbah Social Club, Limerick
Posted on November 14th, 2017
With a run of singles that established the band’s primary influences as those from ’80s rock and post-punk, Autre Monde’s debut EP, which is released Friday on Popical Island, digs deeper on those sounds and brings in new tricks and treats.
The four all-new songs on the EP have a “murkier” way about them, suitably darker in tone for the eve that’s in it. Bands such as Can, Total Control and John Foxx are the references. ‘Moonlight’ judders with a nervous cavernous energy and is apparently ” a revenge fantasy for Ireland’s submerged classes”. ‘Leuctra’ doesn’t give up the ghost with synth ambience, ‘Your Name’ piles on the dirge-like guitars and low-end and spooked synths while ‘Interpretive Centre’ softens the mood somewhat with a metallic guitar-lead denoument.
The EP is launched in Dublin launch with support from Postcard Versions and Invaderband on Saturday 4th November at the Bello Bar. The EP will be available on Spotify, Apple Music and other streaming services, as well as on Bandcamp. A limited-edition CD with artwork by drummer Eoghan O’Brien, encompassing the EP and the band’s first 4 singles will be available at the Dublin launch gig.
Autre Monde consists of Paddy Hanna, Padraig Cooney, Mark Chester and Eoghan O’Brien.
Posted on October 31st, 2017
Autre Monde are a new band formed from a lot of Dublin-based indie pop bands associated with Popical Island, which is currently in hibernation mode.
Featuring Paddy Hanna on vocals, Mark Chester on guitar (Ginnels), Padraig Cooney on bass (Skelocrats, Tieranniesaur) and Eoghan O’Brien on drums (No Monster Club), their new band is inspired by “an early Brian Eno, John Cale plus post-punk kind of seam,” with references to ESG, Television, Suicide, The Slits and Pere Ubu.
The band’s first song, recorded with Daniel Fox of Girl Band, ‘Customs’ is a delight of loose rock proportions. In other words, it’s a lovely jam.
Posted on April 11th, 2017
For a musician who started out in the toy-bashing indie pop band Grand Pocket Orchestra, Paddy Hanna is a songwriter whose music has taken on a more serious grandiose tone in recent years and it’s a sound which really suits him.
“We all have one of those in our life” Paddy said of the title before getting a bit more serious about his art:
“I allude to mental illness in my work. It’s considered by many to be a neurosis that spurs on creative work, however it is nothing but a crutch on my own creativity. My time in a depressive haze is spent in complete emptiness, weeks will go by, my beard will have grown out, my pen dried up. So when indeed I allude to mental illness it would usually be during a happy period where I can function. One of the most important days in my life came when I finally opened up about depression and was not met with jeers but rather acceptance and understanding – it’s the first and most significant step you can take.“
Paddy Hanna plays Dublin’s Whelans on Friday 5th May.
The song is released accompanied by ‘Sunday Milkshake’, “a tale of realisation, of sleeping on a dirty couch knowing some mistakes cannot be undone”.
Posted on March 6th, 2017
Kelly-Anne Byrne is a regular DJ at festivals throughout Ireland. She’s known for her love of disco and soul, which manifests itself in a monthly club night called Burnin’ Up in The Grand Social and a nationwide show on Saturday and Sunday night on Today FM called The Beat Goes On.
The Beat Goes On Christmas Party happens this Friday night in The Sugar Club.
Lapsley – Operator (DJ Koze Mix)
This record blew my mind the first time I heard it, it sounds exactly like something from the 70’s, something I’d expect DJ Harvey to play- Koze’s production is unreal. I think I played it about 20 times in a row when I was first sent it. Lapsley has a beautiful voice, even though it’s about rejection, it has such an upbeat tone & the lyrics are so quirky.
Faze Action feat. Zeke Manyika – Mangwana
I picked this up back in the summer & played it at a number of festivals, it’s different to the other stuff that Faze Action have done (although I like almost everything they do), more of an afro-beat feel, in many ways it reminds me of a William Onyeabor track and I love William Onyeabor.
Anderson Paak – Am I Wrong?
Malibu is one of the best albums of 2016 for me, Anderson Paak is like Q Tip meets Marvin Gaye, there are so many layers to the album & this is my favourite track on it, you can’t help but groove to it.
Feather (Fehdah) – Like No Other
This is a stunning, soulful record by Dublin-based singer Emma Garnett, aka Feather. I love this track because it takes you on a journey, ending in a completely different place to where it started. I happened to be djing at a wedding during the summer for two people who listen to my show, Feather sang their first dance song, ‘At Last’ by Etta James, she has an amazing voice & I hope to hear a lot more from her.
Whitney – No Woman
Taken from the brilliant album Light Upon The Lake, this track by Whitney really warms my heart. I remember reading an article with Damon Albarn in which he spoke about the power of the perfect pop song, mainly those written in the 60’s by The Beatles, The Kinks, The Beach Boys etc, the magic of those songs was their simplicity, sincerity & subtlety, that’s what this track is like for me.
Pantha Du Prince – The Winter Hymn
There’s something about this song that really moves me, it’s like it has a heartbeat. The album The Triad is one of my favourite albums of 2016, when I put it on I drift away. I saw Pantha Du Prince at Primavera & Electric Picnic this year, both shows were excellent.
Paddy Hanna – Underprotected
This is my favourite Irish song of 2016, the guitar just grabs you from the start and what a voice, some of the lyrics are quite melancholic but I still find it hopeful, maybe it’s the ‘sha la la’ throughout.
Solange – Don’t Touch My Hair
I don’t know if there’s a finer record this year than Solange’s A Seat At The Table, in many ways it reminds me of Lauryn Hill’s The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill or Marvin Gaye’s What Going On in its subject matter. I get a lump in my throat every time I listen to this. I love the words and her voice is so soft but really what’s a magical about this record is how gentle it is, even though its subject matter is anger, that’s what makes it powerful.
Lauer – Antinat
Lauer is one of my favourite producers of now, I love almost everything he does. I’ve been playing this out a lot lately, always get a great reaction, it’s like Depeche Mode meets Inner City.
Leonard Cohen – You Want It Darker
This track is so haunting, as ever with Leonard Cohen, I was hooked on the words when I first listened to it. What a way to leave the world, by giving us this incredible album and this song, which ironically throughout, says ‘I’m ready my Lord’.
Posted on December 14th, 2016
Output is a Belfast conference and gig showcase taking place in Belfast on Thursday February 18th.
The conference part, which is free to attend with registration, will take place at The Mac during the day and will feature a keynote address from Steve Albini, Paul Hartnoll of Orbital on music composition and placement, singer-songwriter Bry, a co-writing panel with a direct-to-fan Q&A with artist Nadine Shah and I’ll be participating in a talk too.
At night, the focus shifts to nine live music showcases curated by different organisations including IMRO, Chord Blossom, Electric Mainline and a copresent between Nialler9 and The Thin Air that looks like this:
Here’s what the other showcases look like (curators information forthcoming)
- 39 Gordon Street – Arborist, Ciaran Lavery, The Clameens and Jealous of the Birds;
- Aether & Echo – CM88, Wake America, REWS and The Wood Burning Savages;
- McHughs – Susie Blue, Albuquerque, Robocobra Quartet and Blue Whale;
- The Black Box (Green Room) – Ryan McMullan, Rachel Boyd, Travis is a Tourist and Tuskany;
- The Dirty Onion – Eve Belle, Lilla Vargan, Jess Edlin and Bitch Falcon;
- The John Hewitt – Callum Stewart, Rosie Carney, Jessica Doherty and Son of The Hound;
- The Oh Yeah Centre – Abandcalledboy, Hot Cops, R51 and Silences;
- White’s Tavern – Alphabetika, The Late Twos, Ryan Veil and PORTS.
Posted on February 2nd, 2016
Email for free entry:
- Friday: Out To Lunch presents Call Super @ Bar Tengu (10pm)
How to enter free entry comps – Email [email protected] with the gig above in the Subject line you’re entering for along with your full name and phone number (for late contact) in the body of the message. Full info on each show below. Draw closes at 6pm the day before the gig or Friday 1pm latest for weekend gigs.
Tuesday January 26
- BOB DYLAN, NYC @ Gallery of Photography, Meeting House Square (6:30pm launch)
[Photography] 1961-64 photographs by Ted Russell
- Ruby Sessions @ Doyle’s (€6, 9pm)
[Acoustic showcase] Read my interview with Conor Ruby Sessions.
Wednesday January 27
- IMRO – The Business of Music Panel @ IMRO (5:30pm)
[Panel] taking your music overseas from the line-up with Patrick Boyle (Milwaukee Irish Fest), Anita Daly (Daly Communications), Cathy Jordan (Dervish), Martin Nolan (MPI Bands & Essential Artists) and Paddy McPoland (Tour Manager for The High Kings).
- Low Sea @ Whelan’s (€10)
[Alternative] narcotic pop.
- Ciaran Lavery @ St Werbergh’s Church (€10/€16)
[Tradfest] Antrim Singer-songwriter.
- I Heart Bowie @ Whelan’s (€15)
[Tribute] Friends of Whelan’s gather to pay tribute. All money to Irish Cancer Society.
Thursday January 28
- Villagers @ Vicar Street (€28)
[Indie/singer-songwriter] Where Have You Been All My Life?’ / Darling Arithmetic on tour
- Paddy Hanna, Rosa Nutty @ Whelan’s Upstairs (€12)
[Indie/rock] Great Irish songwriter. Austria.
- Oisin Mac Diarmada & Seamus Begley @ Dublin City Hall (€20)
[Tradfest] West Kerry accordionist and singer Séamus Begley with Sligo fiddler Oisín Mac Diarmada.
- Hayden Chisholm @ The Workman’s Club Vintage Room (€10)
[Contemporary] “considered one Europe’s most distinctive and innovative voices on the saxophone.”
- Ré @ St. Michan’s Church (€20)
[Tradfest] Liam Ó Maonlaí and his band
- Moot: Odú @ The Bernard Shaw (Free)
[new music] Nice new track – Different.
- Teddy Thompson @ Button Factory (€22)
[Tradfest] son of British folk-rock legends Richard and Linda Thompson
- The Family Tree 1st Birthday: Ritzi Lee @ The Wiley Fox (€8, 1opm)
[Dance ] Techno headliner. Oli Drakeford, Stephen Dylanson, Tommy Holohan, Luke Xander
Friday January 29
- Martin Hayes & Friends @ St. Patrick’s Cathedral (€37)
[Tradfest] The Gloaming fiddle player and mates.
- The Lost Brothers @ St. Michan’s Church (Sold out)
[Tradfest] harmonic folk duo.
- Hennessy Lost Fridays: Toby Kaar, Talos, Forrests and more @ RHA Gallery (€15)
[Gallery party] Anna-Mieke Music, Nialler9’s Vinyl Love and more.
- Minimal Film: performed by Kirkos Ensemble @ Samuel Beckett Theatre (€10/€12)
[Classical/contemporary] an audiovisual performance of celebrated minimalist film scores accompanied by visuals. Curated by Natasha Paulberg
- Psychotic Reaction: Exploding Eyes, Shrug Life (solo), Switzerland, Surfin’ Surfers @ The Mezz (Free, 9pm)
[Garage] Rock, garage and indie bands.
- Fun Lovin’ Criminals @ Vicar Street (€35)
[Soul/pop] Come find your nostalgia.
- Jarrod Dickenson @ The Grand Social (€10)
[Singer-songwriter] TX singer-songwriter.
- Scribble: Misha Freshin @ The Bernard Shaw (Free)
[DJs] Rap and beats.
- Shifted & Jonas Kopp @ District 8 (€12, 11pm)
[House] Shifted Boiler Room.
- WIN PASSES: Out To Lunch presents Call Super @ Bar Tengu (€8.50, 10pm)
[Electronic] Plus Kenny Hanlon & Funktion-one. NTS Radio show.
- Sim Simma presents: Jammz & AJ Tracey @ Wigwam (€10, 10pm)
[Grimes] Grime MCs over from London
- Bedlam & Abstract present: Jonas Rathsman @ Opium Rooms (€10, 11pm)
[Dance] Collum O’Connell, Bedlam DJs, Abstract DJs
- Melodic is 4: Guy J, Neil Flynn & Berlin Calling Screening @ The Sugar Club (€15, 11pm)
[House/techno]Plus Shane Mannion, Mulljoy and Melodic residents.
Saturday January 30
- Sleaford Mods: Invisible Britain screening @ IFI (€10, 8:30pm)
[Film/ Q&A] The film follows the Sleaford Mods on a tour of the U.K. in the run up to the 2015 General Election
- Fox Owl Crow, Miriam Donohue @ Abner Brown’s Barber Shop
[New Irish music] Part of the Women in Music series.
- The Strypes, Bitch Falcon, Travis Oaks @ Olympia Theatre (€30)
[Rock] Young Cavan boyos.
- Duke Special @ St. Michan’s Church (€20)
[Tradfest] NI singer-songwriter.
- LAU, Slow Moving Clouds @ The Pavilion, Dun Laoghaire (€20)
[Contemporary/trad] fiddle, guitar & sqeeze-box.
- Partners In Time @ The Sugar Club (€10)
[DJs] Handsome Paddy & DJ Scope Back 2 Back Special
- Lanterns on the Lake @ The Workman’s Club (€12)
[Alternative] Faultlines. Indie /alt on Bella Union label.
- Izzy Bizu @ The Sugar Club (€17.35)
[Pop] UK BBC Sound of 2016 nominee.
- Joy Orbison & Will Bankhead @ Bar Tengu (€10, 9pm)
[Club] Hinge Finger x All City show plus All City DJs and Wino Boys.
- Sense: Friend Within @ Button Factory (€15, 11pm)
[Dance] Disclosure collaborator. The Renegade
- Psychemagik @ Opium Rooms (€10, 11pm)
[Dance] UK edit kings.
- Discotekken: Daniel Wang @ Wigwam (€12, 11pm)
[Dance] “one of the world’s greatest disco & house DJs” say DT.
- Hidden Agenda Presents: The Magician & Jax Jones @ District 8 (€18, 11pm)
[Dance] Potion Label party.
Sunday January 31
- Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh @ St. Werbergh’s Church (€10, 1pm)
[Fiddle] Early show as part of Tradfest.
- The Young Folk @ St. Werbergh’s Church (€12)
[Tradfest]Irish folk-influenced music
- Illa J: A Tribute to his Brother @ Button Factory (€10)
[Rap] Support from Papa Lou (The RnB Club) & This Greedy Pig.
- The Wainwright Sisters @ The Pavilion, Dun Laoghaire (€26)
[Folk/pop]Martha Wainwright & Lucy Wainwright Roche
Monday February 1
Posted on January 26th, 2016
Always worth a visit during the Christmas season, Young Hearts Run Free’s Yule! event has featured the likes of Villagers, The Strypes and Twin Shadow among its performers in recent years.
Taking place at the Co-Op in Newmarket Square in Dublin 8, this year’s edition happens on Saturday December 5th with:
Land Lovers, Switzerland, The Mess Around, DJ Dandelion, Paddy Hanna, White Collar Boy, Women’s Christmas, Dónal Lunny, Mossy Nolan & Colm McGowan, Stephen James Smith, Young Hearts DJs, Super Surprise Guests!
The gig is BYOB and cake is promised. It’s €22 on the door with all proceeds going to the Simon Community.
Posted on November 23rd, 2015
My new music show is live every Thursday from 10pm to midnight on TXFM. Here’s what I played last night:
Listen: Hour One | Hour Two (not available yet – will be shortly)
- Hot Chip – Dancing in the Dark
- Chairlift – Ch-Ching
- Kisses – A Groove
- Pleasure Beach – Dreamer To The Dawn
- Beach House – Majorette
- Paddy Hanna – Underprotected
- Savages – The Answer
- Bitch Falcon – TMJ
- Album of the week: !!! – Sick Ass Moon
- Neon Indian – Annie
- TPM – All The Boys on The Dole
- Anderson – Cecilia’s Sister
- Peter Gabriel – Kontrol (FRTRM edit)
- Daithí – Mary Keanes Introduction
- Sophie – Eeehhh
- Album of the week: !!! – I Feel So Free (Citation Needed)
- EMBRZ – Silent
- Erykah Badu – Hotline Bling
- SZA – Childs Play (feat. Chance the Rapper)
- Real Lies – North Circular
- Keep Shelly In Athens – Silent Rain
- Squarepusher – Tommib
- Air – Alone In Kyoto
You can listen live on Thursdays to the show on 105.2FM, online, the iOs app, Android app or if you missed it, along with all the other shows, via the listen back section
Posted on October 23rd, 2015