Nine of the bands featured in this podcast also played at South By Southwest this year. That’s just the way it is – the effect the festival has on the proceeding months of the year as bands who went down well in Texas continue to impress as we go. This time around we’ve got Brahms – a “ones to watch” status band, new album tracks from Errors, Gonjasufi, Dum Dum Girls, Oh No Ono, Phantogram, Alcoholic Faith Mission, Pivot, Holly Miranda as well as Swedish band Frederik (highly recommend their Trilogi album from last year), a track from Memory Tapes’ excellent Seek Magic album which is getting renewed spins here and a 2001 oldie from the Rebirth Brass Band. Enjoy! And do leave comments, letting us know what you think or to say thanks. They are always nice things to get.
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Podcast #30 -Tracklisting
- Brahms – ‘Towards The Ghost’
- Memory Tapes – ‘Stop Talking’ (Seek Magic)
- Errors – ‘Supertribe’ (Come Down With Me)
- Gonjasufi – ‘DedNd’ (A Sufi and a Killer)
- Oh No Ono – ‘The Tea Party’ (Eggs)
- Phantogram – ‘As Far As I Can See’ (Eyelid Movies)
- Pivot – ‘The Quick Mile’ (forthcoming album, Warp 2010)
- Alcoholic Faith Mission – ‘Honeydrip’ (Let This Be The Last Night We Care)
- The Middle East – ‘Blood’ (The Recordings of The Middle East)
- Holly Miranda – ‘No-one Just Is’ (The Private Magician’s Library)
- Frederik – ‘Locked in the Basement’ (Trilogi)
- Dum Dum Girls – ‘Baby Don’t Go’ (I Will Be)
- Rebirth Brass Band feat. Soulja Slim – ‘You Don’t Want to go to War’ (Hot Venom)