At least the music was decent this year
Back in the late summer Resonance FM invited us onto their airwaves to record the first edition of Loud And Quiet radio. Each month since we’ve heading on for an hour to play our favourite new music. But this one is different. It aired last night (Wednesday 28 December) and this is a special 2016 recap offering. You know what that means, we went on and played our favourite tracks of the year before pushing 2016 down the nearest sinkhole where it deserves to be. Loud And Quiet Radio will be back at the end of January. See you then.
Fat White Family – Breaking into Aldi
Let’s Eat Grandma – Sax in the City
Cat’s Eyes – Chameleon Queen
Hamilton & Rostram – Sick As A Dog
Show Me The Body – Aspirin
Warpaint – New Song
Mitski – Your Best American Girl
Jessy Lanza – Oh No
Father John Misty – Real Love Baby
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