Playlist 473 - Jan 9 2018

Happy New Year to all of you and opening 2018 with a few tasty cuts from last year which you’ll find more on in the Best of 2017 posts on the blog.

Laetita Sadier Source Ensemble is one of those. A lovely groovy kosmische informed by Brazil.
The Clientele is another. Cosmic folk rock with a yearn and a robust jangle to it.
Manu Louis is one. Wonky and very groovy dance music.
Michael Nau. Gorgeous blissed out psych pop.

Plus new music from The Go! Team. Morse code for the dancefloor.
The Altered Hours. Lovely psych drones.
Tune-Yards. A playground chant meets eco themed pop music.

And Spindle Ensemble. Beautiful light touch classical tones from Bristol.

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Playlist 473
Tues Jan 9 2018
11.00am-12.00pm
(repeated on Tuesdays 8.30pm)
UCC 98.3FM
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Playlist
Laetitia Sadier Source Ensemble – Undying love for humanity
The Clientele – The age of miracles
The Go! Team – Mayday (playing Electric Ballroom, London, Feb 15)
Tune-Yards – ABC 123 (playing Roundhouse, London, Mar 20)
Half Japanese – Why not?
The Altered Hours – Open wide (playing Shacklewell Arms, London, March 13; It Takes a Village Festival, Trabolgan, Cork, Apr 13)
Cormac O Caoimh – silence and sound
Spindle Ensemble – Moonbow
Jim Ghedi – Cwm elan (playing Upper Chapel, Sheffield, Feb 17)
Manu Louis – Tchouang-Tseu (was at the Kermesse of M. Ha)
De Lux – 875 dollars
Jaguwar – Lunatic
Black Light White Light – Teenage dream
Michael Nau – Good thing

*next week's show features music from Django Django, The Monochrome Set & Spindle Ensemble, among others

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Conor O'Toole,
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University College Cork,
Cork,
Ireland.




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