Playlist 443 - Apr 18 2017

A bunch of folk music in the first half of the show this week.

The Nightjar, brilliantly ghostly.
Richard Osborn, wonderful pastoral American primitive.
Seti The First, magnificent string based instrumentals.

And in the second half, much of the louder variety.

Snapped Ankles, murderous bassline.
Percolator, mashing MBV & Stereolab together beautifully.
Can, looping the loop wonderfully.

And from Brussels, Manu Louis (pic) with an amazing soundclash of 8 bit, electro, orchestral and whatever you're having yourself.

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Playlist 443
Tues Apr 18 2017
11.00am-12.00pm
(repeated on Tuesdays 8.30pm)
UCC 98.3FM
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Playlist
The Nightjar – The birds were made to sing for us (playing Green note, Camden, London, Apr 20)
Joshua Burnside – Blood drive (playing Bello Bar, Dublin, June 1)
Richard Osborn – Laredo Pastorale
Soley – Never cry moon (playing Apostel Paulus Kirche, Berlin, May 12)
Seti The First – Century flowers
Wesley Gonzalez – I am a telescope (playing Waiting Room, London, May 4)
Snapped Ankles – I want my minutes back
Markus Mehr – Dyschronia 3
Otoboke Beaver – Introduce me to your family (playing 100 Club, London, May 1)
Percolator – Crab supernova (playing Coughlans, Cork, Apr 28)
The Evil Usses – Bonus time
Manu Louis – Tchouang-Tseu (was at the Kermesse of M. Ha)
Can – Turtles have short legs (The Can Project playing Glastonbury Festival, June 21-25)
Sophie Cooper & Julian Bradley – Wish me to forget you
John Hynes – Caroline, I’m yours (playing The Workman's Club, Dublin, May 20)

*next week's show features music from Jane Weaver, Nightlands & Manu Louis, among others

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