Hello, we’re on the last day of Winter, the clocks go forward tonight and I’ve two hours of great music and chat on The London Ear #381 to heat you up for Summer!
This week’s Irish track #FromTheVault comes from SuperJimenez, it’s their 2006 single, ‘Helicopters’.
Alice SK is this week’s #SoundOfTheUndergound. That’s where I introduce you to a London based artist. Alice has just released her new ‘Electric’ EP. I played the lead track from the EP, ‘Sweet Like Honey’.
I just had to speak to Joe Harney when I heard his new album ‘Kalachuchi’. The layers of instrumentation are just glorious. ‘Kalachuchi’ is the fifth album from the Edinburgh-based Irish man and I would highly recommend you check it out.
I loved chatting with Joe, getting to know him and what makes his creative side tick.
Here’s what was on the playlist for episode 381 of The London Ear. Hour 1:
The Clockworks: Endgame
The Burma: Don’t Believe Your Dreams
Zaska feat. Jess Kav: Calm Down
Just Mustard: Still
Fr John Misty: Q4
Telefís: Archbishop Beardmouth at the ChemOlymipcs
Pastiche: Disco Junkie
Clodagh: All You Do Is
Lyra: Light Me Up
#FromTheVault: SuperJimenez: Helicopters
Matt Taylor: No Matter What I Say
Bored at My Grandmas House: Detox
Def Nettle: The Pills
Wet Leg: Angelica
Columbia Mills: Heart of a Nation
#SoundOfTheUnderground: Alice SK: Sweet Like Honey
Aby Coulibaly: On My Ones
Deaf Joe: People Give Up Too Easily
Interview with Deaf Joe
Deaf Joe: Make Amends
Deaf Joe: Shadow Work (Come Help Me Sleep)
Fontaines DC: Skinty Fia
Sinead O’Brien: Holy Country
Forty Foot: IDNA
Pearse Dunne Ft Jack Rose: On My Mind
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