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#161: Steady Holiday, “Nobody’s Watching”

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Dre Babinski’s second album as Steady Holiday has been out in the US for a while now, but it has only been released in Europe last Friday. We love it too much to not promote it as our album of the week, even though so many potentially great records were released last October 5. We didn’t even have enough time to listen repeatedly to most of them, so here’s another 1h30 playlist. Songs by Motel Mirrors, Colter Wall,Phosphorescent, Adia Victoria, Swearin’, Fred Thomas (with Anna Burch), Ancient ShapesBroken Social Scene, Fucked Up (with J Mascis and Jennifer Castle), Super Doppler, Titus Andronicus, Action Bronson, supersilentJerusalem In My Heart, Nathan Bowles, BedouineMolly Burch, Gabby’s World, Julia JacklinDee White, The Wild Reeds, and Night Shop.

Bolachas Now Playing, 34/2018 (#161):

Motel Mirrors – I Wouldn’t Dream of It

Colter Wall – Thinkin’ on a Woman

Phosphorescent – C’est La Vie No.2

Adia Victoria – Dope Queen Blues

Swearin’ – Dogpile

Fred Thomas – Altar (feat. Anna Burch)

Ancient Shapes – Mental Slavery (We Can’t Quit)

Broken Social Scene – Old Dead Young

Fucked Up – Came Down Wrong (feat. Jennifer Castle and J Mascis)

Super Doppler – I Can Breathe

Titus Andronicus – Home Alone (on Halloween)

Action Bronson – White Bronco

Supersilent – 14.10

Jerusalem in My Heart – Wa Ta’atalat Loughat Al Kalam, Pt. II

Nathan Bowles – Elk River Blues

Bedouine – Hey, Who Really Cares?

Steady Holiday – All Aboard

Steady Holiday – Desperate Times

Molly Burch – Dangerous Place

Gabby’s World – Winter, Withdraw

Julia Jacklin – Body

Dee White – Tell the World I Do

The Wild Reeds – Fall With Me

Night Shop – Road to Carolina

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#159: Richard Swift, “The Hex”

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He has left us alone but shafts of light sometimes grace the corner of our rooms. Richard Swift’s posthumously released final album, The Hex, was released last week and is our record of the week. Plus: new songs by Alejandro Escovedo, Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy, Goshen Electric Co. (Strand of Oaks + Magnolia Electric Co. – JMo), The Hold SteadyHiss Golden Messenger, The Black Lillies, Dawn Landes, Nathan Bowles, Scott H. Biram, J MascisOkkervil River, Buxton (the New West Records signed artist, not the British brewery), St. Paul and The Broken Bones, Arve Henriksen + Eivind Aarset + Jan Bang, Niagara (Príncipe Discos), HEALTH +Soccer Mommy, Sylvan Esso + Collections of Colonies of Bees, Mutual Benefit, Sandro PerriDestroyer’s Dan Bejar, Lonnie Holley, and Marissa Nadler.

Bolachas Now Playing, 32/2018 (#159):

Richard Swift – The Hex

Richard Swift – Broken Finger Blues

Alejandro Escovedo – Teenage Luggage

Jeff Tweedy – Some Birds

Goshen Electric Co. – The Gray Tower

The Hold Steady – Confusion In The Marketplace

Hiss Golden Messenger – Rock Holy

The Black Lillies – Snakes and Telephones

Dawn Landes – Traveling

Nathan Bowles – Now If You Remember

Scott H. Biram – Chickens

J Mascis – Everything She Said

Okkervil River – New Blood

Buxton – Jan

St. Paul & The Broken Bones – Concave

Arve Henriksen, Eivind Aarset, Jan Bang – Nymphs and Eurasian Horses

Niagara – França

HEALTH, Soccer Mommy – MASS GRAVE

Sylvan Esso, Collections Of Colonies Of Bees – Funeral Singers

Mutual Benefit – Waves, Breaking

Sandro Perri, Dan Bejar – Everybody’s Paris, Pt. III

Lonnie Holley – How Far Is Spaced-Out?

Marissa Nadler – I Can’t Listen to Gene Clark Anymore