Playlist 484 - Apr 3 2018

New Jess Williamson (pictured) on the show this week. A bit of a departure based on her previous stuff I've heard. She apparently moved from Texas to California. Sounds like a good move. Blue sky psych pop shall we say.

Caroline Says (Caroline Sallee) moved to Austin Texas from Alabama and recorded her second album late at night in her apartment with gorgeous hushed vocals.

Landless are a 4-piece a capella Irish group. Here's a spellbinding lament from their debut album.

Jim Ghedi - great folk instrumentals undercut with classical strings and a lovely trumpet part.

And The Double Six of Paris. Giving Ray Charles an upbeat jazz treatment.

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Playlist 484
Tues Apr 3 2018
11.00am-12.00pm
(repeated on Tuesdays 8.30pm)
UCC 98.3FM
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Playlist
Weyes Blood – Generation Why
Jess Williamson – I see the white
Alela Diane & Ryan Francesconi – Shapeless
Kacy & Clayton – The light of day
Caroline Says – Sweet home Alabama
Those Unfortunates – John Cronin is unwell
Sebastian Reynolds – Mahajanaka (Remix by Emseatee)
Landless – Caoin (playing It Takes A Village Festival, Cork, Apr 13)
Jim Ghedi – Sloade Lane (playing St Pancras Old Church, London, Sep 27)
Snapped Ankles – CIA Man (NSA Man Violation) (playing DesertFest, London, May 4-6)
De Lux – Smarter harder darker
The Go Team! – The only thing new is u finding out about it (playing The Button Factory, Dublin, May 3)
The Double Six of Paris – Hit the road Jack
Esquivel – Fantasy
Nightports with Matthew Bourne – This trip

*next week's show features music from August Wells, Girls Names & John Parish, among others

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Conor O'Toole,
c/o UCC 98.3FM,
Áras na Mac Léinn,
Student Centre,
University College Cork,
Cork,
Ireland.




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