Today’s MOKB on SIRIUS XMU Blog Radio Playlist : 10/04/16

Here’s the playlist from today’s My Old Kentucky Blog Radio on SIRIUS XMU, Channel 35! Also, available anytime via OnDemand online and via the app.

Solange – Junie
Bon Iver – 666 ʇ
Diana – Confession
The Darcys – Coming Up For Air
Luke Million – Stranger Things Theme (Extended)
Kaytranada ft. Syd – You’re The One
Sports – Manicure
Le Couleur – L’Amour le Jour
Black Marble – Frisk
Liima – Trains In The Dark
The Shacks – Orchids
Molly Nilsson – Let’s Talk About Privileges
Vesuvio Solo – Flakes
Alex Izenberg – To Move On
Soft Hair – In Love
EZTV – Goodbye Morning
Twin Limb – The Weather
Bloods – Brings My Walls Down
Bonzai – I Did
Cosima – Girls Who Get Ready
Julia Jacklin – Hay Plain
Princess Chelsea – Morning Sun (Marianne Faithful cover)
Parts – Flowers
The Lemon Twigs – As Long As We’re Together
Andy Shauf – Twist Your Ankle
Muuy Biien – Bitter Blessings
Suburban Living – Come True
Kirby – Loved By You

Weyes Blood Share Video for New Track “Generation Why”

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Every song we are getting from Weyes Blood’s new album, Front Row Seat To Earth, is absolutely brilliant setting it up to be one of year’s best and taking her profile to greater heights. The release bursting with Laurel Canyon folk vibes is out later this month on October 21st through Mexican Summer. Having shared the humorous video for “Do You Need My Love” last week, she now has unveiled new track “Generation Why” along with a video commenting on the way technology has been injected into our daily lives directed by Natalie Mering.

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Lully Unleashes the Video for “Slow D’s”

Despite Pigeons and Planes trying their best, we still no very little about Lully, creator of one of our favorite tracks released this year, “Slow D’s.” However, today marks the official release of the contorted jam through London’s Aesop Label. In conjunctions with direction by Johnny Blair, Lully has also dropped a hyped visual for the song utilizing the flute glass imagery that has purveyed throughout his aesthetic along with imagery including items such as globes, traditional fencing outfits, statues, an so on whose meaning will most likely become clearer as we hear more from the producer. You can grab the track on iTunes here.

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Watch Helena Deland’s New Visual for “Baby”

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We have been devouring Drawing Room, the debut EP from Montreal’s Helena Deland. Comprised of four track, it shows a diverse range of instrumentation serving as the backdrop for her charming vocals. While each track is an standout in its own right, “Baby” might be the most palatable from the collection for which we have a new video for. It follows a gentleman presenting him in a mysterious manner from his apartment out into the world only for the whole clip to be flipped with a subtle appearance by Deland in the end. The EP is available for purchase now via her Bandcamp.

Listen to The Darcys’ “Coming Up For Air”

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Toronto duo, The Darcys will release their new album ‘Centerfold‘ on November 11th through Arts & Crafts records. You can check out their latest single from it here. In addition, these guys have a love for covering and remixing their fellow Canadians (we’re still looking for their cover of Drake’s “Hold On, We’re Going Home”). Recently, they offered up a remix of Tegan and Sara’s Love You To Death cut “Boyfriend.”

Listen to A. K. Paul’s remix of James Vincent Mcmorrow’s “Rising Water”

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James Vincent McMorrow worked with some heavy-hitters, in the production department, on his new LP ‘We Move,’ but I was excited to read that he also reached out to A.K. Paul (of the Paul Institute) for some help as well. McMarrow was a huge fan of “Landcruisin’, so he requested that A.K. take a stab at remixing “Rising Water,” the lead single from McMorrow’s new LP.

McMarrow was thrilled with the result, “He nailed it, it’s gone from being this propulsive new wave energy to a much more laid back rhythm, the vocal lands totally different, it’s beautifully done.”

Today’s MOKB on SIRIUS XMU Blog Radio Playlist : 9/27/16

Here’s the playlist from today’s My Old Kentucky Blog Radio on SIRIUS XMU, Channel 35! Also, available anytime via OnDemand online and via the app.

Heavy Disco Soundsystem – Kids (Stranger Things Club Mix)
Weezer – In The Garage
Drugdealer – Easy To Forget (ft. Ariel Pink)
Brett – Dans Un Autre Reve
Cass McCombs – Laughter Is The Best Medicine
Muuy Biien – Bitter Blessings
Static Animal – Country Room
Kero Kero Bonito – Trampoline
Vesuvio Solo – Mirror Held To The Flower
Jessy Lanza – Giddy
Skinny Girl Diet – OKAY
Pixx – Grip
Preoccupations – Stimulation
Goldlink ft. April George – Rough Soul
Black Marble – Frisk
Beach Slang – Punks In A Disco Bar
Few Bits – Big Sparks
Part Time – She Wonders What It’s Like
Alex Izenberg – To Move On
NOIA – Love Hack
Phil Lynott – One Wish
Princess Chelsea – Morning Sun (Marianne Faithful cover)
Angel Olsen – Those Were The Days
Dylan LeBlanc – Cautionary Tale
Weezer – Mykel and Carli
Arbes – Sun On My Back
Soft Hair – Lying Has To Stop
Wildhart – Fantasy

Kero Kero Bonito Bounce in New Track “Trampoline”

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Not sure what the weather is like where you are, but it is gray and rainy where we are, but this new Kero Kero Bonito track is bringing some much needed color to our Monday. “Trampoline” is the latest track from the London trio off their new LP, Bonito Generation, out on October 21st via Double Denim.