It’s a nice spread! And this month Jimmy May joins Maria to spin some of his current faves (and inject some much needed youthfulness). The podcast is available over on Mixcloud. This is what we played!
1. Monotony – Luxury Flats
2. SLUG – Running to Get Past Your Heart
3. US Girls – Damn That Valley
4. Sufjan Stevens – Drawn to the Blood
5. Drenge – We Can Do What We Want
6. FFS – Piss Off
7. Peace – I’m a Girl
8. Tanya Tagaq – Caribou
9. Handbook – Would I Lie to You
10. FKA Twigs – Glass & Patron
11. Fono – Real Joy
12. Noura Mint Seymali – Tzenni
13. Rat Boy – Sportswear
14. Monotony – Human Troll
15. Big Hard Excellent Fish – And The Question Remains
The last track is in dedication to the late Josie Jones. The video is worth 8 minutes of your time.
This week’s Bradford Beat took a closer look at the newly-announced shortlist for the 2013 Mercury Prize – as well as playing music from as far afield as Wakefield, Oregon and Barcelona.
Here’s the full track listing for the show:
Los Stompers – Watch You Watch You
Whiter Than – Note To Self
Foals – Late Night
Fossil Collective – Let It Go
Larry and his Flask – The Battle For Clear Sight
The Seven Inches – Cashback
Franz Ferdinand – Evil Eye
The Blueskins – Ellie Meadows
Nadine Shah – Runaway
Jed’s Blues Band – Dirty Water
Villagers – The Bell
Hobbes Fan Club – Your Doubting Heart
Billy Bragg – Ingrid Bergman
Chutzpah – Eyes
The 1975 – Talk!
Hope you enjoyed the Buffet Christmas special, which had nothing to do with Christmas whatsoever. Instead we dedicated a whole hour to our recent All Tomorrowâ€™s Parties road-trip to Bowlie 2, curated by Belle and Sebastian. We saw bands we love and have featured before on our show, as well as loads of new (to us) music. Hereâ€™s what we played:
The New Pornographers â€“ Mass Romantic
School of Language â€“ Rockist part 4 (as performed by Field Music)
The Vaselines â€“ Son of a Gun
Silver Columns â€“ Always On
The Beatles â€“ Helter Skelter (as not performed by Them Beatles)
Dirty Projectors â€“ Stillness is the Move
Foals â€“ Spanish Sahara
Jenny and Johnny â€“ Big Wave
Phenomenal Handclap Band â€“ 15 to 20
Mulatu Astatke â€“ Mulatu
P J Harvey â€“ 50ft Queenie (Jennyâ€™s fantasy-festival curator)
Belle and Sebastian â€“ Write About Love
Franz Ferdinand â€“ Jaqueline
Our next â€˜normalâ€™ Buffet is on New Yearâ€™s Day at 5pm. Join us for a 2010 review (of sorts).
So the Buffet Belles had a fabulous time at All Tomorrowâ€™s Partiesâ€™ Bowlie 2, curated by Belle and Sebastian; but we are far too busy to write up a proper blog â€“ so here are our tweets from the event instead.
(And please tune in for our next show on New Yearâ€™s Day at 5pm, and listen out for a buffet special over the holiday period!)
My last post regarding noise music and experimental sounds got me thinking about something I always enjoy asking musicians when we have them on the show. You see musicians hate to be pinned down and pigeon holed. But on The Show we are all about the holes that the pigeons live in. Thus I have asked a variety of musical guests what they would class there music as.Â It seems a common occurrence for these bands to invent their very own genre in effect rendering the pigeon holing technique employed by myself useless, but given the fact they have just made something up they may as well have just used the band name and called it the genre right? The musicians may think they have won, however in order to create something original they have had to go to some lengths and say something like ‘post new wave inspired foke indie’. Thus sounding like fools in the process and everyone knows that being in a band is ALL about been cool, right?