Posts Tagged ‘emilie mover’

Joel’s Hit Show, Episode 132, 16 November 2011 Playlist

November 17, 2011

Gringo Star, Make You Mine
Melt Banana, I Hate It!
Rose Melberg, Another Cup of Coffee
Emblems, Coyotes
Mia Doi Todd, Under the Sun
Metric, Stadium Love
Prince Rama, Incarnation
Metal Mother, Vices
M.I.A, Boyz
The Big Scary, Summer
Amy Millan, Wayward and Parliament
Me Talk Pretty, Brokenhearted
Caitlin Rose, For the Rabbits
Meridene, Everyone’s Waiting
Mike and Ruthy, Rise
Yamantaka // Sonic Titan, A Star Over Pureland
Rose Melberg, The Orchard
Mr. & Mrs. Muffins, The Ladybird’s Theme
International Waters, Green Lights Forever
Mirah Yomtov Zeitlyn/Ginger Brooks Takahishi & Friends, While We Have the Sun
Holly Miranda, Forest Green, Oh Forest Green
Ohbijou, Echo Bay
Juana Molina, Micael
The Lower 48, The End
Cheyenne Marie Mize, Not
Minipop, Fingerprints
Terra Lightfoot, Sleep Away the Winter
Mother Mother, Getaway
Morcheeba, Mandala
Hess Is More, Creation Keeps the Devil Away
Gaby Moreno, Intento
Emilie Mover, Dance All Night
Girl in a Coma, Smart
The Mood Swings, No Place to Hide
Monkey, Walking on Coals
The Muffs, Sad Tomorrow
My Brightest Diamond, Inside a Boy
Katie Johnson, How Could She Know Anything
Music Go Music, Thousand Crazy Nights
Mum, Illuminated
The Do, Dust It Off
Mumford & Sons, Awake My Soul

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Joel’s Hit Show, Episode 121, 17 August 2011 Playlist

August 17, 2011

Dark Mean, Smoke Lake
Jolie Holland, Little Birds
The Pussywarmers, I Had a Dream
Abbe May, Disney on Acid
Sarah Jaffe, Adeline
Love Inks, Down and Out
Oh Mercy, Lay Everything on Me
Ursa Minor, Lead & I Will Follow
Black Ryder, The Greatest Fall
Marissa Nadler, Daisy, Where Did You Go?
Agnes Obel, Just So
Emilie Mover, Dance All Night
Victoria George, Lost My Way
Molly Picture Club, Blue Print
Vandaveer, Beat, Beat My Heart
Dirty Projectors, Stillness Is the Move
Distant Dice, I Stand Alone
The Dishes, Got Something to Tell You
Natalie D-Napoleon, You Shook Me All Night Long
Portugal the Man – Got it All
Interpol – Try it On
Little Dragon – Shuffle A Dream
Alkaline Trio – Nose Over Tail
Wolfmother – Cosmic Egg
Clash – Train in Vain
NoFX – Remnants
Touch My Rash – Some Things Never Change
Clutters – Finer Things
William Shatner = Common People
Fucked Up – The Other Shoe
Shinobu – Teachers Get Tired
Papercuts – Do You Really Wanna Know
The Record Winter – Live in Studio

Joel’s Hit Show, Episode 116, 13 July 2011 Playlist

July 13, 2011

Acid House Kings, Waterfall
The Coathangers, Tabbacco Rd.
Marissa Nadler, Baby I Will Leave You in the Morning
Cults, Abducted
Seapony, Dreaming
Esben and the Witch, Light Streams
Raveonettes, Veronica Fever
Emilie Mover, Born in the Wrong Time
Scumbag Philosopher, Tickbox Exercise
Emilie Mover, Breakup Medley (Pain & Regret)
Amor de Dias, Foxes’ Song
Bodies of Water, One Hand Loves the Other
Radical Dads, Alondra Rainbow Under Attack
Sarah Jaffe, Black Hoax Lie
Sleeper Agent, Scream Out
Agnes Obel, Riverside
Lemuria, Wise People
Bjork Guomundsdottir & Trio Guomundar Ingolfssonar, Kata Rokkar
Bitesize, Cold Turkey
Black Box Recorder, Sex Life
Blake Babies, Waiting for Heaven
Blondie, Mother
Boyskout, Imaginary
Boyracer, A Friend for Life
Misty Boyce, How Long
Bosque Brown, This Town
Basia Bulat, Sugar and Spice
Brooke Waggoner, Go Easy Little Doves, I’ll Be Fine
Kate Bush, Mrs. Bartolozzi
The Butchies, Huh Huh Hear
Camera Obscura, My Maudlin Career
Street Chant – Less Chat
Pussy”cat” Warmers – I Had a Dream
Police Teeth – Send More Cops
Death Set – We Are Going Anywhere Man
Meshuganas – Dropout Girl
Pour Habit – Heads of State
Fung Wah Freakout – Frankie
Touch My Rash – Sexless Existence
Uglies – Goner
Texas Thieves – Abandoned Cars
Simple Jack – Oren
Network – Joe Robot
NoFX – Franco Unamerican
Unseen – Dead Weight Falls
The Oops – On The Lift
The Clutters – I Wanna Be Known
Take Warning – Spiral Staircase
Turbonegro – Do You Do You Dig Dustruction
The Spits – Nuclear Bomb
Amazombies – Riot in Cell Block #9
The Shivering – Blue
Undertones – Teenage Kicks
Broken Bottles – Generation USA

Joel’s Hit Show, Episode 115, 29 June 2011 Playlist

June 29, 2011

Emilie Mover, Breakup Medley (Pain & Regret)
Agnes Obel, Close Watch
Esben and the Witch, Light Streams
Sleeper Agent, Get It Daddy
The Shivers, Love Is in the Air
The Lost Years, Deeper and Deeper
Gang Gang Dance, Glass Jar
Ellie Goulding, Lights
The Coathangers, Go Away
Givers, Ceiling of Plankton
The Well Wishers, Goodbye
The Wilderness of Manitoba, Summer Fires
Lemuria, Wise People
Seapony, Blue Star
Shilpa Ray and Her Happy Hookers, Stick It to the Woman
Benett, Anthemme
Bikini Kill, Rebel Girl
Birds & Batteries, Strange Kind of Mirror
Bettie Serveert, What They Call Love
The Bird and the Bee, Again & Again
Bis, Protection
Thurston Moore – Circulation
Dredg – Upon Turning
Sonic Heavy – Break it Clean
Talky Tina – Don’t Go
Huxtables – Sectional
Simple Jack – Song for Meg
Touch My Rash – Can’t Stand You
Sci Fi Zeros – Jumping Ship
Pour Habit – East 69th
Title Tracks -Forget the Ghost
Queers – Love, Love, Love
Pansy Division – Luv, Luv, Luv
POTUSA – Nuthin But Luv
Electric Frankenstein – Up from the Streets
Death Valley High – Multiply
Unseen – Don’t Look Back
Cliftons – Too High to Die
Shilpa Ray – Hooker
Vampire Weekend – Cousins
Coffin Lids- On the Loose
Anti-Flag – Underground Network
White Pig – Drop Out
Turbo Fruits – Trouble
Gits – Second Skin

Emilie Mover “Seems so Long”

June 26, 2011

Acoustic singer/songwriter stuff, and she has quite the calming voice. Her melodies use this perfectly, too. “Born in the Wrong Time” has strings that complement the track well.
“Break Up Melody (Pain & Regret)” is so beautiful that I don’t even want to get into a hyphenation debate. She can do whatever she wants when she sounds like this, and that includes the use of ampersands. Sweet holy moly.
Deceptive song titles abound, although it really has more to do with my senseless expectations. There’s no reason a song called “Dance All Night” can’t be about slow dancing. I mean, really, it belongs in an eHarmony commercial. And it’s not even necessarily about slow dancing, but when you see that title, you expect something with a purple sticker or at least a BPM over 100. That’s OK. What matters is that it has pretty harmony during the bridge.
“Mean Man” is the last track and a little slower than the rest, if that’s even possible. Maybe you listen to this one in the morning after binging the night before with a bucket of chicken. I’m not here to tell you how to live your life.
This could be one of my favorites of 2011.