As the airwaves were bustling with highlights from Bradford Festival, we didn’t have a show last month. Instead we shared The Record Club’s June radio show, 33 1/3 Revolutions which focuses on politics and social commentary in music.
On this month’s show we have some great new releases, many of which tied in very nicely with my general feeling of ‘what the F?’ lately because, you know, the world’s a mess.
Here’s what we played!
THE KING BLUES – We Are Fucking Angry
VIV ALBERTINE – Still England
MICHAEL KIWANUKA – Black Man in a White World
FOLD – Something Gives
LUCY DACUS – I Don’t Wanna Be Funny Anymore
NORTH SEA RADIO ORCHESTRA – The British Road
VINCENT VOCODER VOICE – 500,000 Hymnals
HOCKEYSMITH – Let’s Dagger
ANOHNI – WDYSMFTE
LAPSLEY – Operator
RIZ MC – Englistan
METHYL ETHEL – Rogues
TAU – Mo Anam Cara
BEYONCE feat. JACK WHITE – Don’t Hurt Yourself
If you want to hear loads of new music padded out with some fantastic 1960s Pakistani pop, click here!
This is what we played on Buffet #86, first broadcast on BCB on 29th November:
1. The Saurs – Thursday
2. Fold – Two Past Midnight
3. Tess Parks – Someday
4. Ceiling Demons – Even If
5. M Ashraf and Nahid Akhtar – Dil Dil Dil Sambhala Na Jaye
6. Prodigy vs Public Enemy vs Manfred Mann – Shut ‘Em Up
7. Steeple Remove – Sunshine
8. Spring Kings – Who Are You
9. Islam Chipsy & EEK – (no title)
10. Jenny Lee – Never
11. Fold – The White Man
12. Nisar Bazmi and Runa Laila – Oh My Darling
13. The Courteeners – Winter Wonderland
We’re back on 27th December with a round up/ highlights from 2015, and we should be sneaking a Christmas show in before then. Follow us on Twitter for updates @buffetdisco