OCTA Music Weekly – Episode #160

Another week, another new music weekly.

Sorry for the small delay. I had some errands and internet connection trouble on Saturday and didn’t had the time to work on this until I woke up on Sunday. Which was 2pm actually. I guess I needed the sleep. Anyway, here are the new releases from this week.

A big release week. The album of the week has to be the new Margo Cilker album. I’ve loved all singles and this has been one of my most anticipated record this fall. Such a great record. Another very big deal is that we have new music from Joey Kneiser (Glossary). He has teamed up with another excellent songwriter Lew Card and together they are called Golden and Rust and just released a beautiful debut album. Then we also have a new album from Charles Wesley Godwin who took the americana world by storm with a powerful album a couple years back and this follow-up is equally impressive. And of course that’s just a fraction of all of the action and we also great new releases from The Roseline, Zachary Lucky (cover album), The Landovers (EP), Megan Nash, Aimee Mann, Jennifer O’Connor, Henry Parker, Courtney Hartman, Renee Reed (EP), Neal Francis, Curtis Harding, Mojohand, This Lonesome Paradise, Tasha, Beau Jennings & The Tigers, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, Snail Mail, Alicia Stockman and some fairly unknown pop group called ABBA.

Not that many Finnish picks this week, but there are lovely new singles from Marian Valinta, Ananas, Samanna and Bad Sauna.

As for international singles, there’s so much to love and several big personal long time favorites have new songs out there in this lovely world of ours. I’m referring to artists such as Matt Dorrien, Heather Valley, Christian Lee Hutson, Sarah Shook & The Disarmers, The Burning Hell, The Explorers Club and Claire Cronin. From a bit more recent favorites (not that they are new to this playlist), I really like the new ones from Iris Marlowe, David James Allen and Lucy Langlas. Just to name a few.

That’s all for this week. Like, share, follow and all the usual promotional nonsense. Love from a distance.

1. Margo Cilker – Broken Arm in Oregon (Pohorylle, Fluff & Gravy Records / Loose Music, 2021)
2. Golden and Rust – Ruby (Golden and Rust, 2021)
3. Charles Wesley Godwin – Jesse (How the Mighty Fall, 2021)
4. The Roseline – All Nighter (Constancy, RPH Records, 2021)
5. Zachary Lucky – Damned Old Piney Mountains (Songs For Hard Times, Wroxton Recordings, 2021)
6. The Landovers – I Can’t Complain (Labod Dazed EP, 2021)
7. Heather Valley – Great Violence (single, 2021)
8. Megan Nash – Table for One (Soft Focus Futures, Acronym Records, 2021)
9. Aimee Mann – You Could Have Been A Roosevelt (Queens of the Summer Hotel, SuperEgo Records, 2021)
10. Jennifer O’Connor – Less and Less (Born at the Disco, Kiam Records, 2021)
11. Courtney Hartman – Bright at My Back (Glade, Reckoner Records, 2021)
12. Henry Parker – Return to the Sky (Lammas Fair, Cup and Ring, 2021)
13. Christian Lee Hutson – Strawberry Lemonade (single, Anti, 2021)
14. Renee Reed – J’ai Troube (J’ai reve, Keeled Scales, 2021)
15. Matt Dorrien – Baby, Will You Come Back Home? (single, Mama Bird Recording Co, 2021)
16. Curtis Harding – Forever More (If Words Were Flowers, ANTI, 2021)
17. Neal Francis – Problems (In Plain Sight, Anti, 2021)
18. Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats – The Future (The Future, Stax, 2021)
19. Mojohand – Sorry Silver Eyes (Songbook, Mojohand Records, 2021)
20. This Lonesome Paradise – Until You’re Gone (Electric Dreams, American Standard Time Records, 2021)
21. Claire Cronin – Feel This (single, Orindal Records, 2021)
22. Sarah Shook & The Disarmers – Talkin’ to Myself (single, Abeyance Records, 2021)
23. Beau Jennings & The Tigers – Star Skate (Feel Sun EP, Black Mesa Records, 2021)
24. David James Allen – Nobody (single, Garment District Records, 2021)
25. Iris Marlowe – Cowboy Chords (single, 2021)
26. Johanna Samuels & Ohtis – Via Chicago (single, Mama Bird Recording Co, 2021)
27. The Burning Hell – Bird Queen of Garbage Island (single, BB*Island / You’ve Changed Records, 2021)
28. Acid Tongue feat Shaina Shepherd – Suffering For You (single, 2021)
29. The Explorers Club – Hurt So Bad (single, Goldstar Recordings, 2021)
30. Jason Joshua – Muestrame (single, Borinquen, 2021)
31. Joey Quinones – For You (single, Colemine Records, 2021)
32. Tasha – Dream Still (Tell Me What You Miss the Most, Father / Daughter Records, 2021)
33. Jenny Lewis – Puppy and a Truck (single, Loves Way, 2021)
34. Matthew McNeal – What Is It? (single, Matte Black Sound Company, 2021)
35. Lucy Langlas – Thunder Line (single, Early Hearts, 2021)
36. Rose Hotel – Expansion (single, Cold Lunch Recordings, 2021)
37. Snail Mail – Headlock (Valentine, Matador Records, 2021)
38. Carla Geneve – Brisbane (single, 2021)
39. Night Shop feat Jess Williamson – For a While (single, Dangerbird Records, 2021)
40. Alicia Stockman – Grit (These Four Walls, Minty Sounds, 2021)
41. Rocko Wheeler – Good News (single, Apogee Records, 2021)
42. Beth Bombara – Space Junk (single, 2021)
43. Floating Room – Firetruck (single, Famous Class, 2021)
44. Bad Sauna – Vessanpönttö (single, All That Plazz, 2021)
45. Mousey – The Bench (single, Winegum Records, 2021)
46. Positive People – Plain House (single, 2021)
47. Poppy Jean Crawford – One Time Hunny (single, 2021)
48. ABBA – Just a Notion (Voyage, Universal, 2021)
49. Ananas – Tiara (single, Luova Records, 2021)
50. Marian Valinta – Satamassa (single, 2021)
51. Samanna – Etsit minua (single, Humu Records, 2021)
52. Amanda Shires – Home to Me (single, Silver Knife Records, 2021)
53. Sam Lynch – Keeping Time – Acoustic (single, Birthday Cake, 2021)
54. Rosie Thomas – It’ll Be Alright (single, Singalong, 2021)
55. Dan Reeder – When Ditmar Cometh Home (single, Oh Boy Records, 2021)
56. Jason Tyler Burton – Jack of Spades (single, 2021)
57. Caleb Stine – Canary (The Life and Times of a Handyman, 2021)
58. Emily Scott Robison – Old North State (American Siren, Oh Boy Records, 2021)
59. Mr. Alec Bowman_Clarke – A Place Like Home (A Place Like Home EP, Corduroy Punk, 2021)
60. Natalie Jane Hill – Listen to Me Tomorrow (Solely, Dear Life Records, 2021)

Playlist link

Playlist Archive

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. If you want to find the older ones I’ve moved them to the weekly playlist archive. So hit that link above and I’m sure you’ll find this playlist too.

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