Disco Roto

¡DISCO ROTO! hosted by Michele K-Tel

Friday, September 20


In this week’s edition –> new music from Juana Molina, Joanna Gruesome, Ethiopian legend Mulutu Astake + adventurous jazz from Cuba’s Roberto Fonseca and UK’s Sons of Kemet.  Michele K-tel also takes a walk that turns into a run with Devon Sproule, Lulu, Ghislain Poirier and The Julie Ruin…which must be the reason she couldn’t pronounce “Big Sur”. Don’t believe it? Download the podcast now!

Meridian Brothers “Los Falsos Reyes Magos” Devoción (Works 2005 – 2011) (Staubgold Germany)
The Staple Singers “Heavy Makes You Happy (Sha-Na-Boom Boom)” Best Of (Stax)
Wild Flag “Boom” Wild Flag (Merge)
John Lee Hooker “Boom Boom” Burnin’ (Shout! Factory)
The Jamaicans Ba Ba Boom (Ba Ba Boom Time) Roots of Reggae: Rock Steady (Rhino)

Juana Molina  “Eras” Wed 21 (Crammed Discs)
Bill Frisell “The Big One” Big Sur (Sony)
Cool Ghouls “Earthquake” Cool Ghouls (Empty Cellar)
Jakob “Nice Day For An Earthquake” Subsets Of Sets (Shoot The Freak)
The Dodos “Destroyer” Carrier (Polyvinyl)
Joanna Gruesome “Madison” Weird Sister (Slumberland)
The Fall “No Respects Rev.” Re-Mit (Cherry Red)
Neko Case “Night Still Comes” The Worse Things Get, The Harder I Fight, The Harder I Fight, The More I Love You (Anti)
Vetiver “On The Other Side” Tight Knit (Sub Pop)
Michael Hurley “The Early Bird Always Gets the Worm”  Face A Frowning World: An E.C. Ball Memorial Album (Tompkins Square)

Roberto Fonseca “80s” Yo (Concord Jazz)
Interactivo “los revolucionarios” Goza Pepillo (DM Ahora!)
Grupo Monumental “Tremendo Tremendo” Si Para Usted Vol. 2: The Funky Beats Of Revolutionary Cuba (Waxing Deep / Light in the Attic)
Mulutu Astake “Gamo” Sketches of Ethiopia (Jazz Village)
Sons of Kemet  “Inner Babylon” Burn (Naim Jazz)

Devon Sproule & Mike O’Neill Walking in the Folly “Colours” (master mp3s)
Junip “Walking Lightly” Junip (Mute)
Herman Düne “I’d Rather Walk Than Run” I Wish That I Could See You Soon Ep ( Everloving)
Lulu “I’ll Come Running” Girl Group Sounds Lost & Found (Rhino)
Ghislain Poirier “Nowhere To Run” Breakupdown (Chocolate Industries)
Julie Ruin “Run Fast” Run Fast (The Julie Ruin Records)


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