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Joel’s Hit Show, Episode 153, 30 May 2012 Playlist

May 30, 2012

Gemma Ray, They All Wanted a Slice
Jenny Lewis, Bad Man’s World
Lemuria, Trivial Greek Mythology
The Goblin Market, High Waving Heather
Liam Finn + Eliza-Jane, Won’t Change My Mind
Le Tigre, TKO
WAZU, Walk All Night
Liesl’s Wet Dress, Ruby
Lois, Bridge Burner
Imaginary Cities, Temporary Resident
Lil’ Pocket Knife, Red Hott
Loch Lomond, Alice Left With Stocking and Earrings
The Chieftains, Carolina Rua
Lisa Gerrard and Patrick Cassidy, Abwoon (Our Father)
Little Teeth, Applegate (1)
The Shins, No Way Down
The Lightfighters, Elvis Presley
Lissie, Wedding Bells
Santigold, Go!
The Like, Fair Game
Mary Lou Lord, Bang Bang
Kaiser Chiefs, Man on Mars
Los Campesinos!, The End of the Asterisk
Barbara Manning, Isn’t Lonely Lovely?
Lost in the Trees, This Dead Bird Is Beautiful
Lisa Germano, Sexy Little Girl Princess
L7, Mr. Integrity
Beach House, Myth
Lush, Hypocrite
Luckie Strike, Carpet
Frankie Rose, Know Me
The Lovemakers, Prepare for the Fight
Sara Lov, Seasoned Eyes Were Beaming
Best Coast, My Life
Kirsty MacColl, You Know It’s You
Lunachicks, Don’t Want You
Loquat, Seeds
Luna, 4000 Days
Luscious Jackson, Under Your Skank
Soley, I’ll Drown
Lykke Li, Sadness Is a Blessing
Magnapop, Texas
Lux, The Window
Eleni Mandell, Don’t Say You Care
Aimee Mann, Pavlov’s Bell
Malachai, Rainbows

Joel’s Hit Show, Episode 112, 8 June 2011 Playlist

June 8, 2011

Shilpa Ray and Her Happy Hookers, Erotolepsy
The Violettes, The Deep Blue Sea
Chuck Berry, My Ding-a-Ling
Velocette, Spoiled Children
Of Montreal, Black Lion Massacre
Veronica Lip Gloss and the Evil Eyes, Mars
Von Iva, Guise
Givers, Saw You First
Warpaint, Shadows
Anna Waronker, I Wish You Well
Cloud Nothings, Should Have
The Watson Twins, How Am I to Be
Martha Wainwright, Whither I Must Wander
Wolf Ram Heart, Girl on Tricycle
Webelos, Mating Season
Emily Jane White, The Ravens
Loch Lomond, I Love Me
Winterbrief, Chick Flick
Amy Winehouse, You Know I’m No Good
The Wilderness of Manitoba, In the Family
The Willowz, Meet Your Demise
The XX, Islands
Gaby Moreno, Mess a Good Thing
Jen Wood, Caught Halo
Wow & Flutter, Flat White
Snowblink, Green to Gone
X-Ray Spex, Warrior in Woolworths
The Woodlands, Day to Day
The Curious Mystery, Hear the Break
Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Kiss Kiss
You Say Party! We Say Die!, There is XXXX (Within My Heart)
The Well Wishers, Goodbye
Pete Yorn, Always
Zee Avi, Bitterheart
Jessica Lea Mayfield, Sleepless
The Aislers Set, Falling Buildings
A Camp, The Weed Had Got There First
Mages, Cold, Cold, Cold
Adele, Chasing Pavements
A Fine Frenzy, The Minnow & the Trout
Ellie Goulding, Salt Skin
A Girl Called Eddy, The Soundtrack of Your Life
Ah Holly Fam’ly, Rainstick
tUnE-yArDs, Bizness

Loch Lomond “Little Me Will Start a Storm”

May 15, 2011

When your friends ask you what indie rock is (does anyone still ask that?), hand them this record. There’s some emotion, but it’s not out of control. They’re feeling something, even if it’s just gas. The lead singer does enough falsettos to keep the atmosphere light, like at a mountaintop restaurant. He makes you think of Peter Murphy and James, all at the same time.
“Blue Lead Fences” reminds me of early Smashing Pumpkins but with some female vocals mixed in. If you want something a little more haunting and garage sounding, go for “I Love Me.”
If you want a male-female duet, “Earth Has Moved Again” has what you’re looking for. It’s a little long, but it has just enough of a beat to get you through. It makes me want to look at my shoes — but not gaze at them.
The last track is “Alice Left With Stockings and Earrings.” Maybe this one is a little too slow, but it’s still a beautiful song. This album offers standard indie fare, a little on the softer side.

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