OCTA Music Weekly – Episode #153

Another week, another new music weekly.

Back to the regular schedule. I hope I didn’t miss too much while writing all the nostalgic 20 years posts. It seemed like a rather busy release week. I also wanted to get this done rather quickly on Friday night, so I can then just rest the final vacation weekend before returning to the day job hell. I might something tomorrow, if I remember something or learn about something. Oh and if you want to give this 20 year old blog a birthday present, follow this new music weekly on Spotify.

I haven’t had the time to listen full albums yet, but that Charley Crockett album is probably the first in line. Although on quick spin that Jesse Woods albums sounds magnificent. I wasn’t that familiar with him before this week, but I think I’m going to fall in love with this new album. Then there’s that Lloyd Taylor-Clark album that seems to be so sweet and beautiful. Loved the singles and look forward to diving into the album. That’s far from all though and there’s also new albums from Adia Victoria, Stranded Horse, Bea Troxel, Ana Egge, The Felice Brothers, Caitlin Jemma, Rod Gator, C. Gibbs, The Northern Belle, Gregory Ackerman, Kirby Brown, Jose Gonzalez and Scott Lavene. Going to be a busy week for me to listen all these beauties.

The Finnish highlight is the new absolutely wonderful Amuri single. I just listened it several times in a row, because I loved it so much. We also got new singles from Vino Puu, Lettoman, Rantapenger and partly Finnish Astral Brain. That Lettoman single works best, if you listen to the whole three part piece and not just the one that I have on the playlist. Oh yeah and there’s also a special project between Richard Dawson and the legendary Finnish band Circle.

And finally the international singles. There’s a new Le Ren single from the forthcoming album and of course I love it. Kristina Murray and Ryan Necci & The Buffalo Gospel both released new stuff and that matters a great deal. The new TK & The Holy Know-Nothings song is probably still my favorite single of the week. That’s so damn good. Natural Bridges found some unreleased gold from the cupboards. It’s a bonus track for the forthcoming album reissue. And there’s plenty more. Aaron Lee Tasjan made some cover magic for the Neal Casal foundation, new Natalie Jane Hill single is superb, Chris Kasper released new stuff after a while, Andrew Gabbard rules always and so does Dean Wareham. Everything would be worth of a name drop, but you’ll find them from the list below.

That’s all for now. Thank you again for the past 20 years and hopefully you stay with me for the next decade. Love from a distance.

1. Charley Crockett – The World Just Broke My Heart (Music City USA, Son of Davy, 2021
2. Adia Victoria – Whole World Knows (A Southern Gothic, Atlantic, 2021)
3. Jesse Woods – Holding on to a River (Wimberley, Bet the Farm, 2021)
4. Stranded Horse – In a Sharper Fairway (Grand Rodeo, 2021)
5. Lloyd Taylor-Clark – Clover to Clover (Swan Songs, Demo Records, 2021)
6. Bea Troxel – Am I Safe? (Gettin’ Where, Ruination Record Co, 2021)
7. Caitlin Jemma – Morning Sun (True Meaning, American Standard Time Records, 2021)
8. Le Ren – I Alreaday Love You (single, Secretly Canadian, 2021)
9. Ana Egge – We Lay Roses (Between Us, StorySound Records, 2021)
10. Kristina Murray feat Michaela Anne – The Wrong Hand (single, Loud Magnolia Records, 2021)
11. TK & The Holy Know-Nothings – Hell of a Time (single, Mama Bird Recording Co, 2021)
12. Ryan Necci & The Buffalo Gospel – Bloodlines (single, 2021)
13. Rod Gator – Your Goodbye (For Louisiana, Blue Elan Records, 2021)
14. C. Gibbs – She’s the Gun of Me (Tales from the Terramar, 2021)
15. The Felice Brothers – Jazz on the Autobahn (From Dreams to Dust, Yep Roc, 2021)
16. The Northern Belle – The Women in Me (The Women In Me, Die With Your Boots On, 2021)
17. S.G. Goodman – Space and Time live at Face (single, Verve Forecast, 2021)
18. Natural Bridges – Magic Hour (single, Royal Oakie, 2021)
19. Gregory Ackerman – Full Grown (Still Waiting Still, And Friends, 2021)
20. Kirby Brown – Highway Miles (Break into Blossom, Soundly, 2021)
21. Jose Gonzalez – Void (Local Valley, City Slang, 2021)
22. Natalie Jane Hill – Solely (single, Dear Life Records, 2021)
23. J.E. Sunde & Scary Pockets – Sunset Strip (single, Pockets inc, 2021)
24. Astral Brain – Behind Our House (single, Shelflife, 2021)
25. Vino Puu – Jalokiviä (single, 2021)
26. Amuri – Hattupäinen mies (single, Helmi Levyt, 2021)
27. Rantapenger – Tuuliviirejä (single, 2021)
28. Lettoman – Kyllä minä yritin (single, Lettomusic, 2021)
29. Richard Dawson & Circle – Lily (single, Domino Recording Co, 2021)
30. Night Shop – Forever Night (single, Dangerbird Records, 2021)
31. Belaver – Monday (single, Niles City Records, 2021)
32. Chris Kasper – Somewhere (single, Tone Tree, 2021)
33. Damien Jurado – Take Your Time (single, Brown Coat Music, 2021)
34. Danny George Wilson – We’ve Got a Lot to Learn (single, Loose Music, 2021)
35. Aaron Lee Tasjan – Traveling After Dark (single, Neal Casal Music Foundation, 2021)
36. Andrew Gabbard – Bummed (single, Karma Chief Records, 2021)
37. Ducks Ltd. – Under the Rolling Moon (single, Carpark, 2021)
38. Renee Reed – Tonnerre mes chiens (single, Keeled Scales, 2021)
39. Hand Habits – Graves (single, Saddle Creek, 2021)
40. Snail Mail – Valentine (single, Matador Records, 2021)
41. Abby Huston – Promise (single, Egghunt Records, 2021)
42. Darryl Kissick – Just a Dream (single, 2021)
43. Cedric Noel – Allies (single, Joyful Noise Recordings, 2021)
44. Astral Swans feat Julie Doiron – Spiral (single, 2021)
45. Dean Wareham – Cashing In (single, Double Feature Records, 2021)
46. Simon Flory – A Poem For Alex (single, 2021)
47. Ashley Shadow – Catlin (single, felte, 2021)
48. Melissa Erin – Take Me As I Am (single, 2021)
49. Side Pony – Heels (single, Mule Kick Records, 2021)
50. Steph Green – Next Place (single, 2021)
51. Theo Lawrence – Pick the Right Man (single, Tomika, 2021)
52. Scott Lavene – The Toffee Tickler (Milk City Sweethearts, Nothing Fancy, 2021)
53. Bartees Strange – Lady Luck (single, Secretly Canadian, 2021)
54. LadyCouch – As Long As I’ve Got You (The Future Looks Fine, Blackbird Record Label, 2021)
55. Daniel Romano – Even in the Loom of A Caress (Cobra Poems, You’ve Changed Records, 2021)
56. Icarus Phoenix – Rivers (No Tree Can Grow To Heaven… Telos Tapes, 2021)
57. Riddy Arman – Problems of My Own (Riddy Arman, La Honda Records, 2021)
58. Kashena Sampson – The Black Sea (Time Machine, New Moon Records, 2021)

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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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OCTA Music Weekly – Episode #152

Another week, another new music weekly.

I’ve been on bit of vacation mode, so my apologies if I missed a ton of new releases. Quite a big release week and there’s plenty to love and cherish.

My first pick is probably the new Icarus Phoenix album. I kinda slept with the first one last year, because it was cassette only at the time. But I’ve been loving that a lot this year and now we have a brand new beauty. It’s sure seems like long time favorite Drew Danburry has found a whole new level of brilliance with this Icarus Phoenix stuff.

There’s far more though. Daniel Romano hit a double with both a studio album and a live album and new Romano music never stops being a big deal. Riddy Arman album was one of the most anticipated country albums of the fall and it sure turned out to be a great one. LadyCouch led by Allen Thompson and Keshia Bailey finally released an album after a great run of singles. That’s super important and so is a new Kashena Sampson album. And then there’s also new albums by Dori Freeman, Smug Brothers, Bobby’s Oar (EP), Matthew Fowler, Kacey Musgraves, Low, Lauren O’Connell (covers album) and Jeshua Marshall.

Oh and one more that’s very dear to my heart. I just noticed that Steve Sloane has put his stuff back on Spotify and therefore I included a song from both of his magnificent 2021 releases Chewing the Shadows and Time is a Threat. They can also be found from Bandcamp where I bought them earlier in the year.

The Finnish section has some treasures too. Biggest one being the new Pekko Käppi & K:H:H:L album. We also got an album from Lyyti and an awesome run of singles from Astrid Swan, Anis Kiitu, Arppa and Rohkeat Kuvat. I also included another song from last week’s gorgeous Mustat Kalsarit album.

Last but not least the international (should-be) hits. Some big album announcements in the americana spectrum from Lilly Hiatt and Charles Wesley Godwin and the new songs rule my world. Some other big faves came from David James Allen, I’m Kingfisher, Harrison Whitford, Jessica Lea Mayfield, Curtis Harding, Amanda Shires, Claire Cronin, George Is Lord, Charlotte Cornfield and so forth. As usual, all are worth a namedrop and some not mentioned here might even eventually become the biggest favorites.

That’s all for this week. By the time of the next music weekly, this blog has become 20 years old. A long time to do anything, let alone a music blog on your spare time. Let’s see if I manage to address it somehow. One thing that is already happening is that I’m making a playlist with somewhat random favorites from the 20 years of the blog. Random because making it complete is an impossible task. Tough to handle 20 years without forgetting some important ones (and well I might assume I already added some that I actually didn’t). You’ll find that here, but there will be more additions. And yes it will be longer than anyone will listen. But that’s it for now. Love from a distance.

1. Icarus Phoenix – Madam Seawright (No Tree Can Grow to Heaven, 2021)
2. Daniel Romano – Still Dreaming (Cobra Poems, You’ve Changed Records, 2021)
3. LadyCouch – Future Looks Fine (The Future Looks Fine, Blackbird Record Label, 2021)
4. Riddy Arman – Barbed Wire (Riddy Arman, La Honda Records, 2021)
5. Kashena Sampson – Alone and In Love Again (Time Machine, New Moon Records, 2021)
6. Dori Freeman feat Logan Ledger – Walk Away (Ten Thousand Roses, Blue Hens Music, 2021)
7. Charles Wesley Godwin – Lyin’ Low (single, 2021)
8. Lilly Hiatt – Been (single, New West Records, 2021)
9. Smug Brothers – Abandoning Utopia (Application of the Twig, 2021)
10. David James Allen – For the Times (single, Garment District Records, 2021)
11. Curtis Harding – Can’t Hide It (single, Anti, 2021)
12. Kendra Morris – Catch the Sun (single, Karma Chief / Colemine, 2021)
13. Emma Russack & Lachlan Denton – Done My Time (single, Bobo Integral, 2021)
14. Steve Sloane – I Wish the Light Didn’t Feel Like a Miracle (Time is a Threat, 2021)
15. Steve Sloane – The Smile of the Lawn (Chewing the Shadow, 2021)
14. Harrison Whitford – Meclizine (single, Screwdriver Records, 2021)
15. Jessica Lea Mayfield – 72 Past Lives (single, 2021)
16. Charlotte Cornfield – Partner in Crime (single, Double Double Whammy / Polyvinyl, 2021)
17. I’m Kingfisher – Sundays and Dailies (single, Fading Trail Records, 2021)
18. Matthew Fowler – Marianne (The Grief We Gave Our Mother, Signature Sounds, 2021)
19. Erin Enderlin feat Terri Clark – If There Weren’t So Many Damn Songs (single, Black Crow Productions, 2021)
20. Claire Adele Stevens – If You Were Gone (single, La Mesa Hills Records, 2021)
21. Amanda Shires – You Don’t Get to Go (single, Silver Knife, 2021)
22. Astrid Swan – Luxuries (single, Soliti, 2021)
23. Anis Kiitu – Kaunis (single, Humu Records, 2021)
24. Arppa – Oulu (theme) (single, Johanna Kustannus, 2021)
25. Lyyti – Tulen sinua vastaan hautajaisiin (Toiveet ja helyt, Luova Records, 2021)
26. Pekko Käppi & K:H:H:L – Korvennunko jo kohta? (Aamunkoi, Svart Records, 2021)
27. Rohkeat kuvat – Mayday (single, Soit Se Silti, 2021)
28. Bobby’s Oar – I’ve Been Lost (3 Songs: EP, 2021)
29. Blue Wilson – Come Back Soon (single, Acrophase Records, 2021)
30. The Lodger – Bewildered (single, Love At First Sight Records, 2021)
31. Andy Reed – Hangin By a Thread (single, Reed Recording Co, 2021)
32. Trace Mountains – 7 Angels (single, Lame-O Records, 2021)
33. Reb Fountain – Foxbright (single, 2021)
34. Bea Troxel – When I Lean (single, Ruination Record Co, 2021)
35. Claire Cronin – Bloodless (single, Orindal Records, 2021)
36. Big Thief – Certainty (single, 4AD, 2021)
37. Humbird – Plum Sky (single, Green Thumb, 2021)
38. Kacey Musgraves – camera roll (star-crossed, UMG, 2021)
39. Mac McCaughan – Burn a Fax (single, Merge Records, 2021)
40. Low – Days Like These (Hey What, Sub Pop Records, 2021)
41. Guided By Voices – Dance of Gurus (single, GBV inc, 2021)
42. Lauren O’Connell – Game of Pricks (Covers Three, Sugar Glider, 2021)
43. Megan Nash – Chew Quietly / Clean Slate (single, Acronym Records, 2021)
44. Jennifer O’Connor – Who Can You Kiss (single, Kiam, 2021)
45. Matthew McNeal – Sweetheart (single, Matte Black Sound Company, 2021)
46. Jeshua Marshall – Go Go (Shoot the Moon, FVZZ, 2021)
47. The Lonesome Paradise – Needles & Pines (single, American Standard Time Records, 2021)
48. George Is Lord – Behind that Locked Door (single, Curation Records, 2021)
49. Andy Bilinski – Help Me to Help You (single, 2021)
50. Mike Etten – Drive (single, Dull Tools, 2021)
51. John Blek – Empty Days (On Ether & Air, WARR, 2021)
52. Karine Polwart & Dave Milligan – Heaven’s Hound (single, Hudson Records, 2021)
53. Tasha – Perfect Wife (single, Father / Daughter Records, 2021)
54. Holy Hive – Great Chains (single, Big Crown Records, 2021)
55. Pokey LaFarge – Drink of You (single, New West Records, 2021)
56. Mitch Dillon’s Compulsive Ramblers – Best Friend (Mitch Dillon’s Compulsive Ramblers, Ragged Gum Records, 2021)
57. Nico Hedley – Lioness (Painterly, Whatever’s Clever, 2021)
58. Mustat Kalsarit – Puu (Yö, Hiljaiset Levyt, 2021)

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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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OCTA Music Weekly – Episode #151

Another week, another new music weekly.

Sorry for the small delay this time around. Lately I’ve done this on Saturday, but I was just too tired to finish it last night. Early on I actually did this usually on Sunday, but nowadays I’ve preferred Saturday just because then I can just rest the whole Sunday without the pressure of finishing this hanging over me. A bit less album releases this week (probably due to Labor Day in the US like a friend pointed out to me), but somehow I still managed to come up with a 60 plus song playlist.

My albums of the week are from Mitch Dillon’s Compulsive Ramblers and Nico Hedley. The first one is actually from last week’s patch, but I found yesterday thanks to the great Australian blog Post to Wire. Instantly loved that record. Even early Wilco came to mind here and there, but that’s not the whole story. Highly recommend checking that out. Nico’s all singles have already been on the previous playlists and the whole record is also excellent. Other big album releases came from Kayla Ray, Motorists, Monnone Alone, Dolour (part 3 of Origin Story on Spotify and the whole thing is now out available), The Artisanals, Kayla Von Der Heide, Moviola, Geordie Gordon, Rainwater (a slightly older one that I found thanks to the legendary Small Albums), Ben Stalets, David Ferguson, Dazy (another bit older one, credit to Aleksi / Päivän Biisit for bringing this to my attention) and Gerycz / Powers / Rolin.

A pretty big Finnish release week too. New great albums by Mustat Kalsarit, Jukka Nissinen, Sami Yaffa and Sepikka led the charge, but we also got an EP from Lapsuus and a great run of singles from Laura Moisio, J.Karjalainen, Tomi Nordlund & Syvä Joki, Ananas (a few weeks old, but finally here), Marian Valinta, Tero-Petri & Korvaamattomat, Nyrkkitappelu and Marko Nyberg. All are awesome in different ways, but if you only have time for a few, my personal faves are probably the single from Laura Moisio and albums from Mustat Kalsarit and Jukka Nissinen.

Last but not least, the international (should be) hits. Maybe I’m a fragile weirdo, but the song I loved the most this week and had the biggest impact on me was probably the new Belaver song. Final single from the Icarus Phoenix album that’s out in a week is also so wonderful as are the new singles from Andy Shauf, MAITA, Adeline Hotel, Josh King, Henry Parker, Rachel Fannan & Jacob Miller, Pony Bradshaw, The Black Dove and so forth. Matthew Milia’s song has been here before, but I absolutely love it and he made a new radio edit for it so why not include it again. It also shows that you can still do it the old-fashioned way and release singles after the album release instead of the current method where half of the record are singles before the album release. And then there’s of course the minor thing that ABBA is back with a couple of new songs with a full album on the way. The songs are really good too and sound like ABBA, so it does seem like they are continuing their legacy instead of throwing a shade to their glorious past. ABBA’s not one of my all-time favorite bands or anything, but I definitely love the early stuff. If there’s a word pop in the subtitle of this blog, how could I really not love them. This world hasn’t seen many better pop songwriters. Oh yeah, and Two Cow Garage released a new song, but I think that’s only on Bandcamp. As usual everything else would be worthy of a namedrop too, but you’ll find them from the list below.

That’s all for now. 12 days to go until this blog is 20 years old. Then I can retire and pass the torch to someone else. Love from a distance.

1. Kayla Ray – Tree of Life (Songs of Extreme Isolation, Economic Crisis, & Other Funny Things, 2021)
2. Mitch Dillon’s Compulsive Ramblers – Begin Again (Mitch Dillon’s Compulsive Ramblers, 2021)
3. Nico Hedley – Sound so Familiar (Painterly, Whatever’s Clever, 2021)
4. Motorists – Natural Targets (Surrounded, Bobo Integral, 2021)
5. Monnone Alone – Pepper Jar (Stay Foggy, Meritorio / Lost and Lonesome, 2021)
6. Matthew Milia – Autumn America – Radio Edit (single, Sitcom Universe, 2021)
7. Icarus Phoenix – Eddie King (single, 201)
8. Dolour – I Smell a Lawsuit (Origin Story, 2021)
9. MAITA – Pastel Concrete (single, Kill Rock Stars, 2021)
10. Andy Shauf – Spanish on the Beach (single, ANTI, 2021)
11. Adeline Hotel – The Cherries are Speaking (single, Ruination Record Co, 2021)
12. Belaver – Bad Word Turn (single, Niles City Records, 2021)
13. Courtney Hartman – Moontalk (single, Reckoner Records, 2021)
14. Rachel Fannan & Jacob Miller – Sacred Regard (single, 2021)
15. Scott Hirsch – Night People (single, Echo Magic, 2021)
16. Henry Parker – Lammas Fair (single, Cup and Fair, 2021)
17. Strand of Oaks – Somewhere in Chicago (single, Galacticana, 2021)
18. Josh King – Turn Away (single, Screwdriver Records, 2021)
19. Pony Bradshaw – Plain Dealing (single, The Next Waltz, 2021)
20. The Artisanals – Always Taken Care Of (Zia, Rootsy, 2021)
21. Cody Jinks – All It Cost Me Was Everything (single, Late August Records, 2021)
22. Jeremy Ivey & Margo Price – All Kinds of Blue (single, Anti, 2021)
23. Kayla Von Der Heide – That Old Highway (The Rise, 2021)
24. Moviola – Two Evils (Broken Rainbows, Anyway Records, 2021)
25. The Black Dove – Your Love is What the World Needs (single, Mango Hill, 2021)
26. Sami Yaffa – You Gimme Fever (The Innermost Journey To Your Outermost Mind, Vallila Music House, 2021)
27. J. Karjalainen – Aurinko nousee ilman sua (single, Warner Music, 2021)
28. Tomi Nordlund & Syvä Joki – Lupaukseni (single, Soit Se Silti, 2021)
29. Laura Moisio – Kerro jos näet (single, Texicalli, 2021)
30. Mustat kalsarit – Puhu musta (Yö, Hiljaiset Levyt, 2021)
31. Jukka Nissinen – Kolmion takaa (Jukka Nissinen III, Humu Records, 2021)
32. Tero-Petri & Korvaamattomat – Yhteenkasvaneet (single, Plastic Passion, 2021)
33. Marian Valinta – Suit Sait (single, 2021)
34. Ananas – Typerä tyttö (single, Luova Records, 2021)
35. Sepikka – Liian innokkaat (En kestä kylmää lailla ahvenen, M.Dulor, 2021)
36. Marko Nyberg – Ingrid (single, El Camino, 2021)
37. ABBA – I Still Have Faith In You (single, Universal, 2021)
38. Bess Atwell – Red Light Heaven (single, Real Kind Records, 2021)
39. Geordie Gordon – O Uncertainty (The Tower, Victory Pool, 2021)
40. Maria Taylor – It’s Coming For You (single, Flower Moon Records, 2021)
41. Just Friends – Sunflower (JF Crew, Vol 3, Pure Noise Records, 2021)
42. Christo Graham – Do You (single, We Are Busy Bodies, 2021)
43. Swim Camp – Melt (single, Know Hope Records, 2021)
44. Rainwater – In-Between (In-Between, 2021)
45. Gabriel Bernini – You Got Me (single, Dadstache Records, 2021)
46. Snake Lips – Nothin’ To Say (single, Repeating Cloud, 2021)
47. Dazy – Right as Rain (Maximumblastsuperloud, Convulse Records, 2021)
48. Lapsuus – Haamuna maailmassa (Haamuna maailmassa EP, Stupido, 2021)
49. Nyrkkitappelu – Taksilla pittiin (single, Blast of Silence, 2021)
50. The Roomsounds – Lightning (single, 2021)
51. Parker Millsap – To Be Real (single, Okrahoma Records, 2021)
52. Ben Stalets – Maybe Love’s Not All We Need (Everybody’s Laughing, Whistlepig Records, 2021)
53. David Ferguson feat Margo Price – Chardonnay (Nashville No More, Fat Possum, 2021)
54. Tennessee Jet – South Dakota (single, 2021)
55. Nathan Kalish – If You Leave (single, Winterwildfires, 2021)
56. Billy Strings – In the Morning Light (single, Rounder, 2021)
57. Nora Brown – The Very Day I’m Gone (single, Jalopy Records, 2021)
58. Gerycz / Powers / Rolin – June (Lamplighter, American Dreams Records, 2021)
59. Ismay – The First Time I Ever Saw Your Face (single, 2021)
60. Tre Burt – I Cannot Care (You, Yeah, You, Oh Boy Records, 2021)
61. Tim Easton – River Where Time Was Born (You Don’t Really Know Me, Black Mesa Records, 2021)
62. Summer Dean – Dear Caroline (Bad Romantic, 2021)

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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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