Tuesday 22 July 2014, with Nick Bollinger
Nick Bollinger reviews a provocative and political new album of from the man they call Morrissey; a local set of synth-pop from former Pluto keyboard player Matthias Jordan; and a collection of folktronica – in Welsh – from 9Bach.
The Sampler for 22 July 2014
Nick Bollinger reviews a provocative and political new album from the man they call Morrissey; a local set of synth-pop from former Pluto keyboard player Matthias Jordan; and a collection of folktronica – in Welsh – from 9Bach.
The Sampler for 22 July 2014 ( 25 min 43 sec )
Artist: Matthias Jordan
Songs: Cosmetic Torment, It Should Be Ours, The Sound Of Asia, The Guestlist, Forcefield
Album: The Sound Of Asia
Songs: World Peace Is None Of Your Business, I’m Not A Man, Earth Is The Loneliest Planet, The Bullfighter Dies, Istanbul, Neal Cassady Drops Dead, Oboe Concerto
Album: World Peace Is None Of Your Business
Songs: Llwynog, Pebyll, Plentyn, Ffarwel
Label: Real World
Coming Up on The Sampler
7:30 pm Tuesday 29 July: The Sampler for 29 July 2014
In The Sampler, Nick Bollinger reviews a new set of synth-pop from La Roux, softcore from Luluc, and Americana from Hurray For The Riff Raff.
Artist: La Roux
Songs: Uptight Downtown, Silent Partner, Kiss and Not Tell, The Feeling, Cruel Sexuality, Sexotheque
Album: Trouble In Paradise
Songs: Winter Is Passing, Reverie On Norfolk St, Early Night, Tangled Heart, Small Window, Gold On The leaves, Star
Label: Sub Pop
Artist: Hurray For The Riff Raff
Songs: End Of The Line, Crash On The Highway, Good Time Blues, St. Roch Blues, The New SF Bay Blues, The Body Electric, I Know It’s Wrong, Blue Ridge Mountain
Album: Small Town Heroes