Playlist 242 - Nov 6 2012



Lots of orchestral influences on the show this week, it goes like that sometimes. Jon DeRosa, with the brilliant drone-and-strings of Snow coffin; the great brass fanfare of Seti The First (playing Cork and Dublin this week - here's an interview I did with Kevin from the band for WeAreNoise, where he explains the title and thinking behind Victory Motel); previously unreleased film music from Sylvain Chauveau; more film music with signature and sublime vocals from Ennio Morricone; and either side of the master, two current artists certainly influenced by him - Laetitia Sadier and Get Well Soon. There's also two lovely pieces of "modern" English folk music, from North Sea Radio Orchestra and The Singing Loins; some beautiful, fuzzy dream pop from Dublin's September Girls; Nils Frahm and Jens Lekman (both playing Cork's Half Moon Theatre soon). And B. Fleischmann (pictured), with a track from a wonderfully laconic album called I'm not ready for the grave yet. Tomorrow contains the mother of all krautrock pulses - what more could you want.

The Underground of Happiness
uplifting pop music of every creed


www.theundergroundofhappiness.blogspot.com
www.facebook.com/theundergroundofhappiness

Playlist 242
Tues Nov 6 2012
11.00am-12.00pm
(repeated on Tuesdays 8.30pm)
UCC 98.3FM
listen live on the web at www.ucc.ie/983fm
*listen back to this show here
http://i.mixcloud.com/CBrwrr

Playlist
North Sea Radio Orchestra - Move eastward, happy Earth
The Singing Loins - Hello heaven
Seti The First - Victory Motel (playing Triskel Christchurch, Cork, Nov 8 & The Sugar Club, Dublin, Nov 10)
Sylvain Chauveau - Le brasier de tristesse (from the film Des plumes dans la tete)
Jon DeRosa - Snow coffin
September Girls - Green eyed (playing The Pavilion, Cork, Nov 24, w/ Hope Is Noise, We the People & The Vincent(s))
Laetitia Sadier - Fragment pour le futur de l'homme (playing Workman's Club, Dublin, Nov 9 & Roisin Dubh, Galway, Nov 10)
Ennio Morricone - Ninna Nanna per adulti (from the film Vergogna Schifosi)
Get Well Soon - Roland, I feel you
Nils Frahm - You (playing Half Moon Theatre, Cork, Nov 22)
Jens Lekman - The opposite of Hallelujah (playing Half Moon Theatre, Cork, Nov 23)
Wizards of Time - Benjamin
B. Fleischmann - Tomorrow
Dark Dark Dark - How it went down (playing The National's ATP, Minehead, Dec 7-9)

*next week's show features music from Get Well Soon, TOPS & Satellites, among others

e-mail the show on radio@ucc.ie
or text +353 (0)86-7839800
please mark messages “uoh”

Conor O'Toole,
c/o UCC 98.3FM,
Áras na Mac Léinn,
Student Centre,
University College Cork,
Cork,
Ireland.





Comments

Popular posts from this blog

The Go-Betweens - 1978-1990 (Beggars Banquet)

Hilma Nikolaisen – Puzzler (Fysisk Format)

Sean O’Hagan – The Cricket Club, Cork, July 2 2017