Playlist 362 - June 30 2015

Angel Deradoorian used to be in Dirty Projectors where her voice was used to tremendous and startling effect in a choral bank. She's a solo artist now using her surname and operating out of L.A. but still sounding in fantastic voice.

Nice to hear her alongside her old muckers + Bjork from 2010 serenading whales in Northern California.

C Duncan is a singer and composer from Glasgow who makes beautiful baroque sounds with room for...rejoice...whistling. It was a recommendation from Kathryn Joseph that put me on to him, she needs no recommendation from me or anyone else, just take a listen and weep.

Blank Realm make psych pop with a lovely glide to it, they're from Brisbane. Totally Mild are from Melbourne and make very tasty guitar pop with a twist.

De Lux are a duo from L.A. who clearly enjoy Talking Heads (and who doesn't) and make a great rattle reminiscient of Tina Weymouth's bass playing and David Byrne's shouty singing.

And Kevin Murphy from Cork, bringing a real raw soul to singer songwriting.

More on these pages as ever.

June 30 2015 w/ Deradoorian,Blank Realm,De Lux,C Duncan,Kathryn Joseph,Moondog,William D Drake++ by The Underground Of Happiness on Mixcloud



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Playlist 362
Tues June 30 2015
11.00am-12.00pm
(repeated on Tuesdays 8.30pm)
UCC 98.3FM
listen live on the web at www.ucc.ie/983fm
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Playlist
Dirty Projectors & Bjork – On and ever onwards
Deradoorian - A beautiful woman
Blank Realm – River of longing
De Lux – Oh man the future
Theatre Royal – You sleep
Totally Mild - When I'm tired
Moondog – Coffee beans
C Duncan - For (playing Latitude Festival, July 19)
William D Drake - In converse (playing The Lexington, London, July 14)
Tindersticks – Dick’s slow song
Kevin Murphy – Don’t forget me
Kathryn Joseph – The worm (playing Summerhall, Edinburgh, Aug 12, w/ Bill Wells & Aidan Moffat)
Ralegh Long - Gulls hovering (playing Midland Railway Centre, Ripley, July 24)
David John Sheppard – Spring forward fall back
REW – Passageway to happier hours
Jean Jacques Perrey & David Chazam – Electropop parade

*next week's show features music from The Doomed Bird of Providence, Marcus Hamblett & Howard Eynon 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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