Posts Tagged ‘slow club’

Joel’s Hit Show, Episode 137, 18 January 2012 Playlist

January 19, 2012

Damn Handsome and the Birthday Suits, Pink Flamingos
Sea Sick, XX
Seapony, What You See
Yael Meyer, Shed Their Fear
7 Year Bitch, Deep in the Heart
S.C.U.M, Whitechapel
Hindi Zahra, Oursoul
Shellshag, Happiness
Shilpa Ray and Her Happy Hookers, Hookers
Axelle Red, Dan Les Bras des Hommes
She Keeps Bees, See Me
Shout Out Louds, Tonight I Have to Leave It
My Brightest Diamond, Be Brave
She & Him, Gonna Get Along Without You Now
Shenandoah Davis, Throne
The Lower 48, Into the Woods
Shonen Knife, Super Group
Shannon and the Clams, Scuffle With the Clams
Quilt, Young Gold
The Shivers, Love Is in the Air
She Mob, I Took the $
The She’s, Running
Shelleyan Orphan, Burst
Tracy Shedd, People Are Changing
The Ericksons, Screendoor
Sia, Destiny
Sick of Sarah, Daises
Big Tree, Two Seasons
Silversun Pickups, Little Lover’s So Polite
Nancy Sinatra, Don’t Let Him Waste Your Time
Hess Is More, Wonder Who You’re Singing for
Sing-Sing, Far Away From Love
The Skys, Dirty Weather
Devil Makes Three, They Call That Religion
Slow Club, Hackney Marsh
Sleater-Kinney, The End of You
Alice Sweet Alice, Full Circle
The Slits, Kill Them With Love
Slumber Party, Sooner or Later
Dirty Projectors + Bjork, All We Are
Sleeper, Sale of the Century
Soley, Dance
The Duke Spirit, Glorious

Slow Club “Paradise”

October 16, 2011

What a surprise that this record is a little slow. It’s not too sleepy, though. “Two Cousins” makes me think of Sinead O’Connor vocally, only with a lot more accompaniment. There’s some synthy stuff, too, which reminds me of Warpaint. I think I’m finally starting to understand what “art rock” is.
Fans of Hope Sandoval will enjoy “Never Look Back.” It’s warm, and it’s inventing. I also like “Hackney Marsh” for the lush melodies, especially in the chorus, which reminds me of Tilly and the Wall.
“You, Earth or Ash” reminds me of Camera Obscura. It’s really easy to listen to, and the song just flies by. The last track has a hidden track at the end. First there’s “Horses Jumping,” which is slow, uninspiring and more than six minutes long. Without delay, “Paradise” comes on — it’s only a hidden track by definition because it’s not on the CD. It’s more experimental, but I can get behind it. If you’re the kind of person who only gets a mocha because it comes with whipped cream, then this is the track for you.

Joel’s Hit Show, Episode 62, May 2 2010 Playlist

May 2, 2010

Dead Man’s Bones, My Body’s a Zombie for You
Willowz, Jimmy James
Donora, Backbeat
Gigi, Everyone Can Tell
The Watson Twins, Tell Me Why
Cock and Swan, Holding On
Haight-Ashbury, Favourite Song
Nneka, Africans
Blue Skies for Black Hearts, I Still Wish That You Were Around
Slow Club, Christmas TV
Laura Gibson and Ethan Rose, Leaving, Believing
Eels, I Need a Mother
The Disco Biscuits, Loose Change
Shannon and the Clams, Blast Me to Bermuda
Akai, Drifted

Joel’s Hit Show, Episode 60, April 18 2010 Playlist

April 18, 2010

Schooner, Feel Better
Twin Tigers, Red Fox Run
Codeine Velvet, Hollywood
Veil Veil Vanish, Change in the Neon Light
SPC ECO, See You Soon
Charlotte Gainsbourg, IRM
J. Perdiod and Nneka, Walking
Xmal Deustchland, Dreamhouse
Olof Arnalds, I Nyju Husi
Innocent Bandits, When Another Sun Shines
Smile Smile, Truth on Tape
Blue Skies for Black Hearts, Siouxsie Please Come Home
Nneka, God of Mercy
Gigi, Impossible Love
Slow Club, When I Go

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