Monday, 21 February 2011

TRACKLIST: Eatmusic Radio Show 20/02/11

Walter Carlos – Theme From Clockwork Orange
The Stepkids – Shadows on Behalf
Dorian Concept – Toe Games Made Her Giggle
Les Savy Fav – Dear Crutches
Bill Withers – Ain't No Sunshine
Yungun – The Good Ones
Boris – Pink
Tune Yards – Bizness
Laid Back – White Horse
Nirvana – Something In The Way
Julian Lynch – Terra
The Cardigans – Carnival
PJ Harvey – In The Dark Places
The Paperhead – Back To Those Days
Beans – Glass Coffins
Theophilus London – Why Even Try (feat. Sara Quin)
Yes – Everydays
Radiohead – Morning Mr Magpie
Nite Jewels – It Goes Through Your Head (Dam Funk Club Dub)
Sun Hotel – Loose Woman
Holy Ghost – Do It Again
Jimi Hendrix – Machine Gun
Twin Sister – Milk & Honey
Ducktails – In The Swing – (Elk Remix)
Yeasayer – I Remember (Painted Palms Remix)
Giant Claw – I Know I'm Like A Ghost

Wednesday, 9 February 2011

TRACKLIST: Eatmusic Radio Show 06/02/11

Fleet Foxes – Helplessness Blues
Yuck – Coconut Bible
Destroyer – Downtown
Holy Ghost – Do It Again
Death – Views
Little Foxes – Fade Me Out
Saliva – Wake Ups
Ean – Mix001
Eternal Tapestry – Cosmic Manhunt
Positive Force – We Got The Funk
Hard Mix – Alright (Sumsun Mix)
Nice Nice – See Waves
Quadron – Jeans
PJ Harvey & John Parish – Black Hearted Love
Gil Scott Heron – Rivers Of My Fathers
Sharon Von Etten – Peace Signs
Teen Daze – Something
Julio Bashmore – Everyone Needs A Theme Tune
Toro Y Moi – Still Sound
Toro Y Moi – Still Sound (Kowhi Remix)
Killing Joke – Eighties
Wolf People – Silbury Sands
Captain Beefheart – I'm Gonna Booglarize You
The Samps – Peppergood
Ducktails – Hamilton Road
Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti – Round And Round
Jonny – Gloria
LCD Soundsystem – Get Innocuous! (London Sessions)

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REVIEW: Life of Love by Callers

Hailing from Brooklyn, Callers retain all of their NYC cool and yet eschew all of the punk rock posing that so many other of their peers seem to excel at. Callers sound like a fogged-out Velvet Underground playing the greatest hits of Low. Lead singer Sara Lucas is a genuine 21st Century chanteuse whose deft way with a melody expertly weaves in and out of the jazz-tinged music supplied by her fellow band members. This band is not afraid to create their own musical universe and this release is more than capable of allowing you to exist within it.