A dip into the BCB sessions, + other music which has come our way via BCB. With thanks to Albert & Laura!
Gaslight Anthem â€“ Heaven Sitting Down
The Duke & the King â€“ The Morning I Get to HellÂ – BCB sessions
Mary Chapin CarpenterÂ -The Age of Miracles
Stephanie Dosen â€“ Only Getting Better â€“ BCB sessions
Micah P Hinson â€“ Beneath the Rose â€“ BCB sessions
Corrine West &Â Kelly Joe Phelps – Riverâ€™s Fool
King Creosote â€“ Coast on By -Â BCB sessions
Dan Korn â€“ Dustbowl
Willard Grant Conspiracyâ€™sÂ Rober Fisher â€“ Drunkardsâ€™ Prayer â€“ BCB Sessions
Chief â€“ Irish Song
Laurence Arabia â€“ Apple Pie Bed â€“ BCB sessions
Mountain Man â€“ The Whale Song â€“ BCB sessions
Kate Rusby -Â Poor Old Horse
The Rolling Creek Dippers â€“ In My Hour of Need
Hear three of these sessions, those by Mountain Man, The Duke & The King and Lawrence Arabia, in full here:
Tonight, to mark the fact that The Duke & The King are playing in Leeds at The Wardrobe tomorrow with Wilful Missing I repeated the session of theirs, first broadcast in Laura’s BCB Sessions back on 12th May.Â You can also listen to their session again here on Untitled Noise if you so wish.
The Duke And The King at BCB, April 2010
Amid all the excitement of the fact that we were running a competition to give away tickets to the above mentioned gig, and the fact that I was looking forward to The Twilight Sad in session in Laura’s show tonight, I forgot to wax lyrical about the fact that Animal Collective have been announced as curators of the ATP Festival next May.Â This is absolutely brilliant news.Â I had in my head 4 potential candidates for curating it, of which they were one.Â The others, if you are interested, would have been Super Furry Animals, Polly Jean Harvey or Dangermouse.
If you didnâ€™t hear The Duke And The King in session back in May, you missed a really good one. This was certainly one of Laura’s favourites so far this year in her show The BCB Sessions. Laura asked me to help out with the session, and it was a real pleasure. Â So, here’s another chance for you to hear it.
Wed 5 May
Peaches – Downtown
Teenagersintokyo – End it tonight
Vinny Piana – Love is your fear
She and Him – Thieves
Freyed Knot (BCB Session) – Wild West Yorkshire
This Morning Call – Tides
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club – Bad Blood
Black Carrot – The one that got away
Booka Shade – Havanna Sex Dwarf
Wilful Missing – Night parachuting
New Young Pony Club – We Want To
Wood Pigeon – Woodpigeon vs Eagleowl Strength in numbers
God Help the girl – Baby you’re blind
Neil McSweeney (BCB Session) – Sunrise
I’m in very fine spirits today – we’ve just had The Duke and the Kingin for a session and they blew me away.Â I say we becauseÂ I did the organising, tea making, hugging and grinning and Alb did the nob twiddling – playing to our respective strengths (Alb don’t edit this bit – it’s serious and true).
Anyway, the hairs on the back of my neck are still standing on end! They’re now on the way to Leeds for tonight’s gig and Alb’s busy recording another musical gem with HannahÂ Lou and Trevor Moss.Â La vie est belle.
Tonight’s show’s already been lovingly prepared for youÂ - because I’m off to tap my feet, nod my head and swoon over our session guests. So I can reveal tonight’s tunes (Wed 21st):
Two Door Cinema Club – Something good can work New Young Pony Club – Lost a girl Cate Le Bon – Shoeing the bones Owen Pallett – Lewis Takes Off His Shirt Royal Bangs – War Bells Yeasayer – O.N.E. Stars and Sons – If it’s good for me Bonobo – The Keeper ft. Andreya Triana Emika – Double Edge Rex – My Baby Left Me The Duke and the King – Still Remember Love MGMT – Flash Delerium Hot Chip – One Life Stand She and Him – In the sun Bonobo – We could forever
All summery – all great. Will keep you posted re: forthcoming session guests so don’t go away.
On next week’s showÂ - already in the pipeline -Â I’ve got details of a fab competition for local bands to bag themselvesÂ a spot at Moor Music Festival plus a preview of Live at Leeds. Oh, Alb and I are working on a Rough Beats Festival preview in early May. Huza!