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Podcast #34: 2010 in review

Podcast #34: 2010 in review

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A bit of a different podcast for you this month (and at nearly 2 hours, a long one) as myself and Aoife sat down and talked about the best things that happened in 2010. We cover Irish acts and labels we loved this year, gigs of 2010, albums and songs of 2010, tv and video moments of the year and my own personal discovery of the year – Shangaan Electro. Full rundown below. Artwork by Stephen Graham.

MP3: Nialler9 Podcast #34: Year in Review

In amongst the talking over the course of nearly two hours (yikes!), you can hear snippets of the following:

  1. Not Squares – ‘Asylum’
  2. Feed the Bears – ‘Compete & Wrestle’
  3. The Cast of Cheers – ‘Auricom’
  4. Solar Bears – ‘Dolls’
  5. Kendal Johansson – ‘Blue Moon
  6. Tanlines – ‘Real Life’
  7. Baths – ‘You’re my Excuse to Travel’
  8. Adebisi Shank – ‘(-_-)’
  9. Glasser – ‘Mirrorage’
  10. Kanye West – ‘Lost In A World’ / Monster (Nicki Minaj’s verse)
  11. Gorillaz– ‘Empire Ants’
  12. The Middle East – ‘Blood’ (live at SXSW)
  13. Monotonix – Clip from Electric Picnic set
  14. Villagers – Becoming A Jackal (live on Jools)
  15. James Vincent McMorrow – ‘We Don’t Eat’ (Myles O’ Reilly video)
  16. Zinja Hlungwani – N’wagezani My Love (video) – New Wave Music From South Africa | Blog post

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