OCTA Weekly Playlist Episode #41

Another week, another weekly playlist.

Still slowly recovering from the flu and still madly in love with the new Matthew Milia album. Lots of new ones to love this week as well. Bart and Kassi Valazza were on top of my list when it comes to new albums. We also got new albums from An American Forrest, She Keeps Bees, Monnone Alone, Ona, Mac DeMarco, Lydia Persaud, The Get Up Kids, Quaker Parents, Gold Light, Lowland Hum, Daddy Long Legs and Emma Hill. Arthur Alligood is from last week, but I managed to miss it then. A couple of EPs too from Dawn Landes and Greens.

On the singles front, big favourites Charlie Whitten and Kacy & Clayton released new songs. Some other highlights came from Natural Bridges, Mike Adams at His Honest Weight and Sunny War. But like every week, I could just as well namedrop every song on this text. They are on the list, because I like them all a lot.

The lone Finnish entry this week is the new single from Viitasen Piia. I’m sure there had to be more, so feel free to educate me by email / social media.

That’s all for now. Hopefully other kind of posts too next week, but no definite promises. I definitely should write some excessive praising about the Matthew Milia album, because it’s like the best album ever. Love love love.

1. Bart – Don’t Push (Today, Tomorrow & The Next Day, Idee Fixe Records, 2019)
2. Charlie Whitten – Out Of This (single, 2019)
3. Kacy & Clayton – Carrying On (single, New West Records, 2019)
4. Kassi Valazza – Sad Songs (Dear Dead Days, 2019)
5. An American Forrest – Dark To Dark (O Bronder, Donder, Yonder?, 2019)
6. She Keeps Bees – Queen of Cups (Kinship, BB*Island, 2019)
7. Natural Bridges – Wind Chimes (single, Royal Okie, 2019)
8. Mike Adams at His Honest Weight – Wonderful To Love (single, Joyful Noise, 2019)
9. Matthew Milia – Alive at The Same Time (Alone at St. Hugo, Sitcom Universe, 2019)
10. Monnone Alone – I Wanna Hide in Yesterday (Summer Of The Mosquito, Meritorio Records, 2019)
11. Ona – Young Forever (Full Moon, Heavy Light, Hickman Holler Records, 2019)
12. Mac DeMarco – Heart To Heart (Here Comes the Cowboy, 2019)
13. Sunny War – Shell of a Girl (single, Hen House Studios, 2019)
14. Lydia Persaud – No Answer (Let Me Show You, Next Door Records, 2019)
15. Ramonda Hammer – Better View (single, New Professor, 2019)
16. The Get Up Kids – Lou Barlow (Problems, Big Scary Monsters, 2019)
17. Sebadoh – Sunshine (single, Fire Records, 2019)
18. Quaker Parents – The Gauntlet (Our Drawing Club, Vain Mina, 2019)
19. Fernando Viciconte – I Don’t Know (single, Fluff and Gravy Records, 2019)
20. Gold Light – One Thing After Another (Shadow In The Shallows, 2019)
21. Christopher Gold & The New Old Things – A Thousand Miles Away (single, 2019)
22. Caroline Spence – Angels Or Los Angeles (Mint Condition, Rounder Records, 2019)
23. Viitasen Piia – Meidän jälkeemme hiljaisuus (single, Texicalli, 2019)
24. Lowland Hum – Slow (Glyphonic, 2019)
25. Wayne Graham – By and By (single, Celebration Records, 2019)
26. Mad King Edmund – Repo Man (single, 2019)
27. Bror Gunnar Jansson – Body in a Bad (single, Playground, 2019)
28. Daddy Long Legs – Back Door Fool (Lowdown Days, Yep Roc, 2019)
29. Justin Townes Earle – The Saint Of Lost Causes (single, New West Records, 2019)
30. Emma Hill – Heart on Fire (Magnesium Dreams, Kuskokwim Records, 2019)
31. Lo Carmen – Now You Know Nashville (single, Chiquita Records, 2019)
32. Chris Gantry – Life Well Lived (single, Drag City, 2019)
33. Greens – Bigger (Greens EP, Fivekill Records, 2019)
34. SadGirl – Miss Me (single, Suicide Squeeze, 2019)
35. Jim Bryson – Better On Drugs (single, Coax Records, 2019)
36. Mikal Cronin – Breathe (single, Famous Class, 2019)
37. Arthur Alligood – Four Verses Into an Altar Call (One Night Only, Amiable Alleycat Music, 2019)
38. Ordinary Elephant – If I’m Being Honest (Honest, 2019)
39. Gia Margaret – Smoke – Acoustic (single, Dalliance Recordings, 2019)
40. Dawn Landes – Baby Please (My Tiny Twilight EP, Yep Roc, 2019)

Playlist link

Oh and do buy the vinyl/cd/download. Spotify and other streaming services are perfect for these introductory purposes, but try to buy at least the music that matter the most to you

If you are looking this after a week has gone, the embedded Spotify will show the latest playlist. I’ll just update the same playlist because a) if someone wants to follow it, they can just follow that one list and will get a new set of songs each Sunday b) so that I don’t have a trillion of different playlists on my Spotify account.

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