Posts Tagged ‘kate nash’

Joel’s Hit Show, Episode 105, 13 April 2011 Playlist

April 13, 2011

Themes, Sanctuary Road
Meat Puppets, Love Mountain
Rose Melberg, Another Cup of Coffee
Juliana Hatfield, This Lonely Love
M.I.A, Boyz
Mike and Ruthy, End of Time
Webelos, Inside My Head
Mika Miko, Blues Not Speed
Amy Millan, Headsfull
Sister Sin, Outrage
Meridene, Parade of Fools
Metric, Gold Guns Girls
Elizabeth Woodbury Kasius & Heard, Bica
Holly Miranda, Everytime I Go to Sleep
Mirah, Country of the Future
Mother Mother, Chasing It Down
Cheyenne Marie Mize, With (Out)
Mixtapes & Cellmates, All of the Above
Neon Legion, Empire
Juana Molina, Rio Seco
Minipop, Made to Escape
Little Scream, The Heron and the Fox
Monkey, Chemical Nation
Mount Eerie, The Hidden Stone
Black Math, Part of Me
The Mood Swings, Nothing New
Morcheeba, Beat of the Drum
Lia Ices, Daphne
The Muffs, Silly People
Music Go Music, Warm in the Shadows
Ed Hines Band, Cindy Said
Meshell Ndegeocello, Love You Down
Mt. St. Helens Vietnam Band, The Roof
Prints of China, No Shame
Nerdkween, Let Me Go
Nina Nastasia, What’s Out There
William Brittelle, Hey Child
The New Trust, There’s Been a Terrible Accident
The New Pornographers, All for Swinging You Around
Hank & Cupcakes, Hit
Kate Nash, Do-Wah-Doo
Negativland/Chumbawamba, Smelly Water
Ben + Vesper, Honors

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Joel’s Hit Show, Episode 83, 20 October 2010 Playlist

October 27, 2010

Clara Luzia, Queen of the Wolves
Minipop, Generator
Morcheeba, Cut to the Bass
Azure Ray, On and on Again
Mt. Eerie, Julie Doiron & Fred Squire, Lost Wisdom
Juana Molina, Desordenado
Andreya Triana, Daydreamers
The Mood Swings, Crush
Monkey, This Life
Sarah Jaffe, Wreaking Havoc
The Muffs, Really Really Happy
Mum, If I Were a Fish
Cotton Jones, Dream on Columbia Street
Mt. St. Helen’s Vietnam Band, Masquerade
Music Go Music, I Walk Alone
The Hundred in the Hands, Young Aren’t Young
Neko Case & Her Boyfriends, Bowling Green
Me’Shell Ndegeocello, Slaughter
Dear and the Headlights, Strangers
The Newloud, Secrets
Joanna Newsom, Peach, Plum, Pear
Defiance, Ohio, Hairpool
Negativland/Chumbawamba, Smelly Water
Nous Non Plus, L’Amant
Agent Ribbons, Grey Gardens Dada Girlfriend
Nneka, God of Mercy
The No-No’s, The Damage Done
Jupe Jupe, Invaders
Night Driving in Small Towns, All Together Now
Kate Nash, Later On
Miss TK and the Revenge, Saturday
Of Montreal, Lysergic Bliss
OP8 Featuring Lisa Germano, If I Think of Love
Fitz and the Tantrums, L.O.V.
Tara Jane O’Neil, Your Rats Are
Orenda Fink, Blind Asylum
Rogue Valley, The Warming Moon
Beth Orton, Central Reservation
O+S, We Do What We Want to
Jesca Hoop, The Kingdom
The Operators, Punch You Out
Operation Makeout, Life on Your Windowsill
Carissa’s Wierd, Drunk With the Only Saints I Know
Diana Krall, Peel Me a Grape
The White Stripes, The Union Forever
Thao, Big Kid Table

Joel’s Hit Show, Episode 64, May 23 2010 Playlist

May 23, 2010

Quadron, Slippin
Buraka Som Sistema vs Technotronic, IC19/Pump Up the Jam
The Asteroids Galaxy Tour, The Golden Age
Fol Chen, In Ruins
Strange Boys, A Walk on the Bleach
Kate Nash, Later On
The Bundles, Pirates Declare War
The Salteens, Sunnyside St.
Battlehooch, Caliphate
Twin Tigers, Sexless Love
Die! Die! Die!, We Built Our Own Oppressors
Jes, Awaken
Quitzow, The Cut
Love Is All, Repetition
Si Se, Goes On

Kate Nash “My Best Friend Is You”

April 30, 2010

Let’s not beat around the (Kate) bush. This sounds exactly like a Lily Allen record. And the album title is not a response to an obscure the Bloodhound Gang lyric.
“Kiss That Grrrl” sounds like the Pipettes. “Do-Wah-Doo” sounds like something on the “Glee” soundtrack. It also has the same guitar as “Beautiful Stupid Angel” by the Kirby Grips, which is likely a coincidence but not something I will let slip by. Not a lot of originality here, but it all sounds good.
“I’ve Got a Secret” is more in the Sing-Sing vein, although it is a little too fast to be them exactly. This one would definitely be better if it were a little slower. “Later On” sounds like Sahara Hotnights or Republica. I think this would be a single if this album had such a thing, because it has inexplicable synths mixed in here and there. Nothing ever makes sense in this crazy mixed-up world.