Playlist 258 - Mar 19 2013

More from the great new William Tyler album this week – he plays Ireland in May – and paired with another beautiful instrumental, along more ambient lines, from show favourite Slow Place Like Home.

Belfast’s Girls Names also have a fine album out, we had some of their moody New Wave stylings. Also K-X-P, soon to visit Ireland as well, with their new version of kraut-disco; John Grant’s searching self-analysis; The Vincent(s)’ debut single; the beautiful chamber pop of Liam Singer; the sweeping synth pop of Monocle; new singles also from Elephant, Eleanor Friedberger and Woman’s Hour.

And an archive treasure from the wonderful Trunk Records, an album of songs sung by actor Bernard Cribbins (pic), from which we heard the Lerner & Lowe classic from My Fair Lady ‘I’ve grown accustomed to her face’, not so much crooned as caressed lovingly.

Mar 19 2013 show w/ William Tyler, KXP, Little Annie&Baby Dee, The Vincent(s),John Grant, Girls Name by Theundergroundofhappiness on Mixcloud



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Playlist 258
Tues Mar 19 2013
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/CCPkE8


Playlist
Slow Place Like Home - Cathleen's fall
William Tyler - Geography of nowhere (playing Crane Lane Theatre, Cork, May 6, w/ Hiss Golden Messenger)
K-X-P - Melody (playing Crane Lane Theatre, Cork, Apr 26)
Girls Names - Pittura infamante
The Vincent(s) - Asked her to the dance (playing Pine Lodge, Myrtleville, Mar 22, w/ The Northern Drones)
John Grant - GMF (playing Cyprus Avenue, Cork, May 4)
Liam Singer - Stranger I know
Isnaj Dui - South (Collision/Detection v8)
Monocle - Chances glide
Elephant - Skyscraper
Eleanor Friedberger - Stare at the sun
Bernard Cribbins - I've grown accustomed to her face (Trunk Records)
Little Annie & Baby Dee - Angels gone before (playing Crane Lane Theatre, Cork, May 5)
Woman's Hour - To the end (radio edit)

*next week's show features more music from William Tyler, also The Byrds, Bernard Cribbins, O Emperor & Pieter Nooten among others

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Conor O'Toole,
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Áras na Mac Léinn,
Student Centre,
University College Cork,
Cork,
Ireland.




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