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#144: Josienne Clarke and Ben Walker, “Seedlings All”

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

British folk duo Josienne Clarke and Ben Walker are back with a new album, “Seedlings All”, which is our record of the week! This week’s playlist brings you more than an hour and a half of new music, from the epic new The Milk Carton Kids number to another trademark Grouper track at the end. Plus: Jonathan Wilson, The Tallest Man On Earth, emma tricca, RF SHANNON, Willie NelsonBonnie Prince Billy, Katie Von Schleicher, Ólafur Arnalds, Speedy Ortiz, Jim James, Buck MeekStephen Malkmus & The Jicks, Super DopplerKacy & Clayton, Dr. Dog, The Green Apple Sea, Cullen Omori, and Frog Eyes.


Bolachas Now Playing, 17/2018 (#144):

The Milk Carton Kids – One More for the Road

Jonathan Wilson – There’s a Light (Acoustic Version)

The Tallest Man on Earth – Somewhere in the Mountains, Somewhere in New York

Emma Tricca – Winter, My Dear

RF Shannon – Tooth Ache

Josienne Clarke and Ben Walker – Chicago

Josienne Clarke and Ben Walker – Bathed in Light

Willie Nelson – Heaven is Closed

Bonnie “Prince” Billy – Wild is the Will

Katie Von Schleicher – Party Dawn

Ólafur Arnalds – re:member

Speedy Ortiz – Can I Kiss You?

Jim James – Just a Fool

Buck Meek – Maybe

Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks – Refute

Super Doppler – Gas Station

Kacy & Clayton – Calgary

Dr. Dog – Critical Equation

The Green Apple Sea – Floaters

Cullen Omori – Four Years

Frog Eyes – Your Boss’s Shirt

Grouper – Thanksgiving Song

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#142: John Prine, “The Tree of Forgiveness”

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

If you really have to have an idol, and if that idol, for some unknown reason, is not called “Dolly Parton”, John Prine would be your best bet. His first album of new music since 2005’s “Fair & Square” is out now, and it could only be our album of the week. Plus: 1,5 hours of new songs by Willie Nelson (oh wait, he’s our idol too), Old Crow Medicine Show, Olivia Chaney, Grouper, Mind Over Mirrors, Janelle Monáe, Chromeo ft DRAM, Mike Skinner and The Streets, FACS, Ryley Walker, a Hawk and a Hacksaw, Buck Curran, Simone Felice, Damien Jurado, Josh Rouse, Josh T. Pearson, L.A. Salami, Laura Veirs, Erin Rae, Stephen Steinbrink, and Amber Arcades.


Bolachas Now Playing, 15/2018 (#142):

John Prine – Caravan of Fools

John Prine – Lonesome Friends of Science

Willie Nelson – Something You Get Through

Old Crow Medicine Show – Whirlwind

Olivia Chaney – IOU

Grouper – Driving

Mind Over Mirrors – Oculate Beings

Janelle Monáe – I Like That

Chromeo, DRAM – Must’ve Been

The Streets – You Are Not the Voice in Your Head

FACS – Primary

Ryley Walker – Opposite Middle

A Hawk and a Hacksaw – Alexandria

Buck Curran – Song for Liam

Simone Felice – Hustler

Damien Jurado – Allocate

Josh Rouse – There Was a Time

Josh T. Pearson – Whiskey Straight Love

L.A. Salami – Who’s Cursing Us Now?

Laura Veirs – Heavy Petals

Erin Rae – Putting on Airs

Stephen Steinbrink – Broken Down to Defeat Again

Amber Arcades – Goodnight Europe

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#138: Vivian Leva, “Time is Everything”

Bolachas Now Playing, 11/2018 (#138):

Oneida – Economy Travel

A Winged Victory For the Sullen – Long May It Sustain

Grouper – Parking Lot

Kacey Musgraves – Space Cowboy

Courtney Marie Andrews – I’ve Hurt Worse

Ashley Monroe – Paying Attention

Vivian Leva – Bottom of the Glass

Vivian Leva – Time is Everything

Lindi Ortega – You Ain’t Foolin’ Me

Brent Cobb – King of Alabama

Joshua Hedley – I Never (Shed a Tear)

Don Gallardo – Same Ol’ Alley Talkin’ Blues #12

Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats – Babe I Know

Leon Bridges – Bet Ain’t Worth the Hand

Martha Ffion – Baltimore

Courtney Barnett – Need a Little Time

Cut Worms – Don’t Want to Say Good-Bye

Ben Frost – Self Portrait in Ultramarine

The Decemberists – Cutting Stone

Mimicking Birds – Belongings

The Hold Steady – Esther

Eels – Premonition

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#84: Paul Cauthen, “My Gospel”

Highlight: Paul Cauthen’s My Gospel