OCTA Weekly Playlist – Episode #9

Another week, another weekly playlist.

A strong week of new music once again. Every week is and there’s always so much beautiful songs available, if you take a little time to find them. Let’s kick off the list with the new Philippe Bronchtein song that is the title track of his forthcoming album Me and & The Moon. Releasing this magnificent song was a quick save, but I would still like to tweet him a cat photo every day of the week haha. The week also gave us incredible new singles from Courtney Marie Andrews, St. Lenox, Haley Heynderickx & Max Garcia Conover, Jamie Lin Wilson, Matthew McNeal, Erin Enderlin, Adrianne Lenker etc. Oh and Fight by Vanessa Peters. Love that song so much, but it’s not available on Finnish Spotify. A couple of Finnish songs too this time around. A new song from Jolly Jumpers, one of the all-time best Finnish bands and also a new song from Kielo Kärkkäinen. There’s some pretty special EPs out there as well. I’ve been especially enjoying the ones by Nickel & Rose and Jim Bryson and look forward to spending more time with the new First Aid Kit and Liza Anne during the coming week.

And last but not least the new albums. I have again managed to skip a couple of the bigger ones (time is limited), but the ones that have ruled my weekend are from Fred Thomas, Malcolm Holcombe, Night Shop, Marc Ribot, Emma Ruth Rundle, Sandro Perri, Chris Velan, Cedric Burnside and Willie Nelson. Rae Spoon, Turner Cody and Fables from last week stay on with another beautiful new song.

OCTA Weekly Playlist – Episode #9

1. Philippe Bronchtein – Me And The Moon (single, 2018)
2. Nickel & Rose – Hard Day’s Work (Americana EP, 2018)
3. St. Lenox – Hashtag Brooklyn Karaoke Party (single, Anyway Records, 2018)
4. Jim Bryson – Labor Drive (Tired of Waiting EP, Coax Records, 2018)
5. Fred Thomas (feat Anna Burch) – Altar (Aftering, Polyvinyl, 2018)
6. Courtney Marie Andrews – Heart and Mind (single, Loose Music, 2018)
7. Kielo Kärkkäinen – Kuunnelkaa (single, Texicalli, 2018)
8. Hiss Golden Messenger – Rock Holy (single, Merge Records, 2018)
9. Haley Heynderickx & Max Garcia Conover – Slow Talkin’ (single, Son Canciones, 2018)
10. Matthew McNeal – Change (single, Matte Black Sound Company, 2018)
11. Drew Beskin – Pharmacy Girl (single, Laser Brains, 2018)
12. Malcolm Holcombe (feat Iris DeMent) – I Don’t Wanna Disappear (Come Hell or High Water, Gypsy Eyes, 2018)
13. Erin Enderlin – These Boots (single, 2018)
14. Cedric Burnside – Give It To You (Benton County Relic, Single Lock Records, 2018)
15. Chris Velan – The Holdout (Amateur Hour, 2018)
16. Reno Bo – Old Glories (single, Electric Western Records, 2018)
17. Night Shop – If You Remember (In The Break, Woodsist/Mare, 2018)
18. Adrianne Lenker – Symbol (single, Saddle Creek, 2018)
19. Rae Spoon – I Held My Breath (bodiesofwater, Coax Records, 2018)
20. Turner Cody – Smoking in the Dark (The Duke Of Decline, Boy Scout Recordings, 2018)
21. Jolly Jumpers – Morning Glory (single, Jukan musiikki, 2018)
22. Tim Cohen – I’m a Girl (single, Sinderlyn, 2018)
23. Jamie Lin Wilson – Oklahoma Stars (single, 2018)
24. Liza Anne – Dreams (Dreams EP, Arts & Crafts, 2018)
25. Emma Ruth Rundle – You Don’t Have To Cry (On Dark Horses, Sargent House, 2018)
26. First Aid Kit – Tender Offerings (Tender Offerings EP, Columbia Records, 2018)
27. Fables – All The Pretty Little Horses (Portraits, Second Hand Records, 2018)
28. Marc Ribot (feat Tom Waits) – Bella Ciao (Goodbye Beautiful) (Songs of Resistance 1942-2018, Anti-, 2018)
29. Sandro Perri (feat Dan Bejar) – Everybody’s Paris Pt. III (In Another Life, Constellation, 2018)
30. Willie Nelson – My Way (My Way, Sony Music, 2018)

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.

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

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