Bolachas Now Playing

#252: Cut Worms, “Nobody Lives Here Anymore”

Bolachas Now Playing, a new music Spotify playlist, updated every Wednesday. 

Max Clarke, aka Cut Worms, sounds a bit like if Jim James was sent back to the 60s in a time capsule to perform in folk-rock and Merseybeat outfits. His new double LP “Nobody Lives Here Anymore” has to be our most anticipated release of the year. We tried very hard not to include all of the nine (!) advance songs Jagjaguwar has slowly put out in the past five months. Now that it’s all out, its 77 minutes will take a lot of time to digest – mostly because it’s impossible to not get hooked in one or another of the nuggets hidden inside this record.

Plus: new tracks by DawesDrive-By TruckersCAAMPWendy EisenbergSlow PulpFast FriendsPearl CharlesCaroline SpenceLiz Longley, Magik Markers, The AntlersPsychic TempleNorth AmericansMary LattimoreGarcia PeoplesMdou MoctarThe Budos BandRob MazurekGustafMETZWild PinkBuck MeekThe Bad OatsShaela Miller, and Jackson Emmer.

Bolachas Now Playing, 40/2020 (#252):

Dawes – Me Especially
Drive-By Truckers – The New OK
Caamp – Officer of Love
Cut Worms – A Love So Fine
Cut Worms – Last Words To A Refugee
Wendy Eisenberg – No Such Lack
Slow Pulp – Montana
Fast Friends – Nightingale (feat. Heather Woods Broderick)
Pearl Charles – What I Need
Caroline Spence – The Choir
Liz Longley – Torture
Magik Markers – Born Dead
The Antlers – Wheels Roll Home – Single Edit
Psychic Temple – Cherry Avenue (feat. The Dream Syndicate)
North Americans – Good Doer
Mary Lattimore – Til A Mermaid Drags You Under
Garcia Peoples – Shadow
Mdou Moctar – Chismiten
The Budos Band – Mierda De Toro
Rob Mazurek – A Wrinkle in Time Sets Concentric Circles Reeling (feat. Exploding Star Orchestra)
Gustaf – Mine
Metz – Framed by the Comet’s Tail
Wild Pink – The Shining But Tropical
Buck Meek – Second Sight
The Bad Oats – Happy Too
Shaela Miller – Big Hair Small City
Jackson Emmer – Turn up the Jukebox