Disco Roto


Thursday, May 14

On this week’s edition -> Michele K-tel spins new sounds from GARAGE ROCK royalty Thee Oh Sees, Boston NOISE makers Guerrilla Toss, AVANT JAZZ saxophonist Tim Berne’s Snake Oil, a little RHUMBA from Lagos via London, Surf City’s NZ INDIE + ride a BRIT ROCK wave with Django Django (plus some songs about TV).

Playlist 5.14.15

Django Django “Shake and Tremble” Born Under Saturn (Ribbon)
Deerhoof “Tiny Bubbles” La Isla Bonita (Polyvinyl)
Thee Oh Sees “Palace Doctor” Mutilator Defeated At Last (Castle Face)
John Zorn / The Dreamers “Uluwati” The Dreamers (Tzadik)
Fat White Family “Without Consent” Champagne Holocaust (Fat Possum) Playing 5/17 @The Chapel

Surf City “What They Need” Jekyll Island (Fire)
Bilders “Let It Go” Cut (IMD)
The Clean “Something I Need” Modern Rock (Flying Nun)
Buzzcocks “I Need” Another Music In A Different Kitchen (EMI)

Guerilla Toss “TV Spell” Infinity Cat Series: Guerilla Toss (Infinity Cat)
Robert Pollard “Television Prison” Kid Marine (Fading Captain Series)
Robyn Hitchcock “Television” Spooked (Yep Roc)
Wilco “Kicking Television” Alpha Mike Foxtrot: Rare Tracks 1994 – 2014
David Byrne and St. Vincent “I Should Watch TV” Love This Giant (4AD)
SoAK “Digital Witness” Rookie Mag Theme Song

Colin Stetson and Sarah Neufeld “With the Dark Hug of Time” Never Were the Way She Was (Constellation)
Chancha Via Circuito “El Zampullin” A Guide to the Birdsong of South America (Rhythm & Roots)
Phil Cohran and the Artistic Heritage Ensemble “Frankiphone Blues” Singles (Katalyst)
Afro Rhythm Kings “Donaldo’s Samba” Highlife on the Move: Selected Nigerian & Ghanaian Recordings from London & Lagos 1954-66 (Soundway)

Tim Berne’s Snakeoil “Embraceable Me You’ve Been Watching Me (ECM)
Chet Baker “Embraceable You” Embraceable You
Jad Fair & Norman Blake “You Are the One” Yes (Joyful Noise)
Ghostpoet Feat. Lucy Rose “Sorry My Love, It’s You Not Me” Shedding Skin (Pias)
Marianne Faithfull “The Price Of Love” Give My Love To London
Roxy Music “Bitters End” Roxy Music
Vetiver “Last Hurrah” Complete Strangers (Easy Sound Recording Company)


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