EPISODE 55 kicks off with some 60s surf vibes from La Luz, and before it closes out with an appropriately titled closing out song by Frog, you'll hear new stuff from Elvis Depressedly, Cloud, Laurence and Small Houses ; some not as new stuff from Devendra Banhart, Ryan Adams, and Mirah; and… some more great stuff (14 tracks in total / as per usual). So go on and press that play button if you haven't already.
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EPISODE 055 - TRACK LISTING w/ LINKS
(00:00:26) La Luz - Call Me in the Day | (00:03:42) Elvis Depressedly - New Alhambra | (00:07:15) Laurence - Small Town Blues | (00:10:35) Ryan Adams - To Be Young (Is to Be Sad, Is to Be High) | (00:13:36) Small Houses - While I'm Away | (00:17:35) Mirah - 100 Knives | (00:21:14) Cloud - Luana | (00:24:42) centurials - Eight Months | (00:26:50) Bell Gardens - Darker Side Of Sunshine | (00:32:10) Devendra Banhart - Für Hildegard von Bingen | (00:34:30) Shakey Graves - Seeing All Red | (00:37:51) |'ōgen| - Mango Tree | (00:41:15) Nathan K. - Temporary | (00:44:46) Frog - Catchyalater
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