Playlist 310 - May 13 2014

Sao Paolo to Tokyo, Cork to Perth. There's a new OOIOO album out soon, it's influenced by the sound of Javanese Gamelan music. I decided to build a mini-set around a track from it, with a classic Tropicalia cut from Os Mutantes, the current single from The Altered Hours and a new remix from perth (the band from Perth). The theme of this mini-set? I dunno...pop music infiltrated by psych pop and global folk musics?

A new single from Rachael Dadd which is great and Joan Shelley, who tours Ireland this month - what a wonderful pure voice she has.

New music from Orcas, a lovely ethereal sound a little bit reminiscient of Talk Talk; we also had the latter, from the superb Spirit of Eden album.

Then, more searching folk music from Arch Garrison, The Monks Kitchen doing Ray Charles, Trans Am doing JAMC. And Joe Meek shooting into outer space.

May 13 2014 w/ Os Mutantes,OOIOO,Orcas, Talk Talk, Joe Meek,Arch Garrison,Trans Am,Tune-Yards++ by Theundergroundofhappiness on Mixcloud



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Playlist 310
Tues May 13 2014
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
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Playlist
Os Mutantes – Bat macumba
OOIOO – Gamel Uma Umo
The Altered Hours – Dig early
perth – Drank and kites and tomorrow (GUM Remix)
Daniel Martin Moore & Joan Shelley – Hollow heart (Joan Shelley playing Briery Gap Theatre, Macroom, May 24, w/ Katie Kim)
Rachael Dadd – Make a sentence (playing Camden Crawl London, June 20-21)
Orcas – Half light
Talk Talk – Inheritance
Tune-Yards – Water fountain (playing Glastonbury Festival, June 25-29)
Arch Garrison – Where the green lane runs (playing Roundhouse, London, June 13, w/ Stars in Battledress & Prescott)
The Monks Kitchen – Shake
Joe Meek & The Blue Men – The Valley of the Sarooes
Monkey Puzzle Trio – The River Lee
Trans Am – I’ll never
Polar Bear – Two storms

*next week’s show will feature music from Parquet Courts, William Tyler & The War on Drugs 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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