Playlist 482 - Mar 13 2018

Caroline Says is an artist whose debut album we loved last year. Her (Caroline Sallee) 2nd album is coming soon and we heard a gorgeous track from it. A hushed intimate wall of sound with banks of swooping backing vocals.

Flights of Helios are a band from Oxford. 'Embers' is a beautiful building drone pop song with memorable backing vocals.

The Altered Hours are a top class psych rock band as you know. They are currently touring UK/EUR and have a new EP out. Excellent live also.

And one of the greatest uplifting/downbeat tunes of all time from 1983 and The The. 'This is the day' - an anthem for your personal development for sure.

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Playlist 482
Tues Mar 13 2018
11.00am-12.00pm
(repeated on Tuesdays 8.30pm)
UCC 98.3FM
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Playlist
Flights of Helios – Embers
Jack Hayter – Fanny on the hill
The Beach Boys – All I wanna do
Caroline Says – Mea culpa
The The – This is the day (playing Iveagh Gardens, Dublin, July 7)
Those Unfortunates – John Cronin is unwell
Jon Brion – Title credits (from the soundtrack of the film Lady Bird)
Le Millipede – A somewhat stuffy non-fiction writer
Todd Tobias & Combo Qasam feat. Pat Moonchy – Do the Massabu (playing OCCII, Amsterdam, Mar 22)
Drinks – Real outside
Laurie Shaw – Inserts
The Evil Usses – Wowtown (playing Rialto Theatre, Brighton, Apr 14)
Wooden Shjips – Eclipse (playing Levitation Festival, Austin TX, Apr 29)
The Altered Hours – Grey on blue (playing It Takes A Village Festival, Cork, Apr 13)

*next week's show features music from Katie Von Schleicher, Montero & The Sea & Cake, among others

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




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