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#385: Madeline Kenney, “A New Reality Mine”

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#128: Jim James, “Tribute to 2”

Bolachas Now Playing, 01/2018 (#128)

The Streets – Sometimes I Hate My Friends More Than My Enemies

David Byrne – Everybody’s Coming To My House

Tune-Yards – ABC 123

The Go! Team – All the Way Live

Jeff Rosenstock – Yr Throat

Marie/Lepanto – Inverness

Titus Andronicus – Number One (In New York)

The Decemberists – Ben Franklin’s Song

Anna Burch – Tea-Soaked Letter

Lucy Dacus – Night Shift

Brandi Carlile – The Mother

Laura Marling – A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall

Kim Richey, Chuck Prophet – Whistle On Occasion

Jim James – I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight

Jim James – Funny How Time Slips Away

Sufjan Stevens – Tanya Harding (In Eb major)

Glen Hansard – Wreckless Heart

Workman Song – No It’s Not

Sylvan Esso – There Are Many Ways To Say I Love You

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#38: Donnie Fritts, “Oh My Goodness”

Our playlist #38 has a lot of songs in it. The new Donnie Fritts record, Oh My Goodness just came out, and there’s two songs off it on our playlist. But it was pretty difficult for us to find a consensus on which album to put on the spotlight: there’s also two songs off new records by U.S. Girls, Mercury Rev, and Robert Forster to listen to, along with new or recent songs by Tindersticks, Kurt Vile, They’re Heading West (a beautiful Samuel Úria cover, featuring the man himself), Daniel Knox, Geir Sundstøl, and Glen Hansard. Listen to the playlist below and don’t forget to follow the main playlist here and check all the songs we’ve been championing since the first week of the year here.

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#32: Zachary Cale, “Duskland”

This week in Bolachas Now Playing, while we write our Vodafone Paredes de Coura roundup, we present the new great Zachary Cale record, out now on No Quarter. There are also new songs by Destroyer, Panda Bear, Kevin Morby, Low, Carly Rae Jepsen, James Elkington & Nathan Salsburg, Lindi Ortega, Rayland Baxter, and Roosevelt, along with a Glen Hansard cover of an old Songs: Ohia song, off his tribute EP to Jason Molina. Playlist and tracklist below.