Another week, another weekly playlist.
I haven’t been able to fully concentrate on music and probably missed a few things during the week. I’m gonna do the playlist anyway, even though Friday was again a great reminder how important it is to buy music. Bandcamp didn’t take a cut on that day and it was fun day to buy music with fellow fans and do some good in the midst of these difficult times. It felt good to be a part of that and forget everything else for a little while.
This week we got new albums from Girlatones, Henry Black, Mapache, Sea Wolf and Empty Country. Plus EPs from Terry’s Paradise, Charlotte Cornfield and Josh Farrow. There’s also Jacob Furr and Lyre EPs here from last week.
Finnish highlights of the week were new singles from Hermaja and joku iiris. I’m also revisiting the wonderful Kalevi Suopursu album from last week.
Some fabulous singles too from Jennah Barry, Dana Gavanski, American Aquarium, Sylvia Rose Novak, Tommy Alexander and so forth.
That’s it for this week. A bit shorter list this time around. I don’t know is that a good or bad thing. Next week is a bit of monster release week, if I remember correctly. So this will get bigger than. Anyway, take care everyone. Love love love.
1. Girlatones – One Chord Too Many (Horn If You’re Honky, Meritorio Records, 2020)
2. Terry’s Paradise – Mary (Shoobeedoo High, Shoobeedoo Low Pt.1 EP, 2020)
3. Henry Black – Queen of Brooklyn (The Best of Henry Black, 2020)
4. Charlotte Cornfield – Fruits of My Labor (In My Corner EP, Outside Music, 2020)
5. Jennah Barry – Rocket (single, Forward Music Group, 2020)
6. Dana Gavanski – Small Favours (single, Full Time Hobby, 2020)
7. Mapache – Cactus Flower (From Liberty Street, Yep Roc Records, 2020)
8. Josh Farrow – Something I Can Feel (Something I Can Feel EP, Southern Drag, 2020)
9. American Aquarium – The Luckier You Get (single, New West Records, 2020)
10. Jacob Furr – Last Time (Return EP, Rockhill Records, 2020)
11. Tommy Alexander – Troubled Mind (single, 2020)
12. Sylvia Rose Novak – Little Sister (single, Due South Records, 2020)
13. Hermaja – Charlotta Siren (single, Helmi Levyt, 2020)
14. joku iiris – Joensuu (single, Humu / Hillotehdas / Jukan musiikki, 2020)
15. Pokey LaFarge – Lucky Sometimes (single, New West Records, 2020)
16. Pharis & Jason Romero – New Day (single, Lula Records, 2020)
17. Eamon Fogarty – Remembering Mountains (single, Three Orphean Kiosk, 2020)
18. Jeffrey Silverstein – Bernard (single, Arrowhawk Records, 2020)
19. Lyre – Red Afternoon (I Wasn’t Scared, I Was Just Somebody Else EP, 2020)
20. Waxahatchee – Can’t Do Much (single, Merge Records, 2020)
21. Margaret Glaspy – Devotion (single, ATO Records, 2020)
22. Laura Stevenson – Time Bandits (single, 2020)
23. Sway Wild feat Anna Tivel – Aqui Conmigo (single, 2020)
24. Titus Haug – Thinking of You (single, 2020)
25. Carl Anderson – Best I Can (single, 2020)
26. Brandon Pfaff – Motel Art (single, 2020)
27. Chatham County Line feat Sharon Van Etten – Strange Fascination (single, Yep Roc, 2020)
28. Western Centuries – Space Force (single, Free Dirt Records, 2020)
29. Diners – Learning Curve (single, Lauren Records, 2020)
30. Sea Wolf – Break It Down (Through a Dark Wood, 2020)
31. Empty Country – Becca (Empty Country, Get Better Records, 2020)
32. Kalevi Suopursu – Sotkin käteni vereen (Yksin yksiössä, Helmi Levyt, 2020)
33. Sam Doores – Wish You Well (Sam Doores, New West Records, 2020)
34. Joel Henry Little – Strike the Drum (Agnes’ Reply) (Ephphatha, 2020)
35. Sweet Megg – Under the Moonlight (Under the Moonlight, Dala Records, 2020)
36. Maya De Vitry – In the Meantime, I Love You (How to Break a Fall, Mad Maker Studio, 2020)
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.