60 minutes of new music from the likes of Bad Breeding, Steve Lacy and three men who dress up as trees, Snapped Ankles
On the final Wednesday of each month Resonance FM are generous enough to welcome us on to their airwaves to play an hour of our new favourite new music.
If you like what you hear, we’ve put all of the previous shows together to listen back.
On this month’s show we played a range of stuff, from Yorkshire band Drahla – only the second or third track they’ve shared – through to a song from our current magazine cover star Jarvis Cocker and ‘Ice Cream For Main Course’ from his current project ‘Room 29’ with Chilly Gonzales.
This is was the tracklist, and listen back below:
Drahla – Faux Text
Steve Lacy – Dark Red
Bad Breeding – The More The Merrier
Chastity Belt – Different Now
Kevin Morby – Come To Me Now
Jarvis Cocker and Chilly Gonzales – Ice Cream For Main Course
Girlhood – Say It
Matthew Herbert (Brexit) Big Band – One Life
Snapped Ankles – I Want My Minutes Back
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