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#220: Sarah Harmer, “Are You Gone”

It’s been ten years since Sarah Harmer last released a record. The Canadian singer-songwriter spent the last decade advocating for environmental rights, but she’s now back on track with an album that feels like a successor of her 2000 breakthrough, “You Were Here”. Folk-rock folks, please gather around here. Plus: new tracks by Willie NelsonSamantha CrainJay SomAda LeaKatie Von SchleicherLilly HiattTrace MountainsReal EstateSpinning CoinKing Tuff, Six Organs of Admittance, Lee Ranaldo & Raül Refree, CalifoneOiseaux-TempêteAgnes ObelKatie GatelyJessy LanzaGrimes, Beatrice Dillon, Yves Tumor, Bib, No AgeGuided By Voices, and Josh Ritter.

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#120: Twain, “Rare Feeling” / Destroyer, “ken”

Bolachas Now Playing, 35/2017 (#120):

Twain – The Sorcerer

Twain – Dear Mexico (Thank You for Joyce)

Penny Blacks – Black Wool

Lee Ranaldo – Circular

Ronnie Fauss – Twenty-Two Years

Calexico – End of the World with You

Jess Locke – Universe

Peach Pit – Being So Normal

Dedekind Cut – Tahoe

The Blow – Get Up

Destroyer – A Light Travels Down the Catwalk

Destroyer – Ivory Coast

King Krule – Biscuit Town

Shilpa Ray – Manhattanoid Creepazoids

Siv Jakobsen – Berry & Whythe

Langhorne Slim – Funny Feelin’

Raoul Vignal – Under the Same Sky

Chris Stapleton – Millionaire

Margo Price – All American Made

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Optimus Primavera Sound 2012: day 3

Oh, festivals on rainy days. Such a pleasure for absolutely no one. Everyone loves guest appearances in festivals, but would invite such an inconvenient entity? My one and only guess is “students who couldn’t attend the festival due to having to study for exams”. You made little girls cry, are you happy now?