Mix Tape Radio on FRUK: Episode 016
After a few weeks of unplanned but kind of needed) absence, 'Mix Tape Radio On Folk Radio UK' returns this Sunday with EPISODE 016. The reasoning for no episodes for awhile has not been because of a lack of good tunes to share, but just a lack of time. I'm still a bit short on time, but I managed to find enough spare moments to put together an hour of some of the music that has been getting heavy rotation on my headphones (including a track from the upcoming HI54LOFI RECORDS / A Singer Of Songs release - our first foray into putting something onto vinyl).
So put the below dates and times into your memory banks and tune in to a brand spanking new episode of that radio show you (hopefully) have been missing…
As always, for the first week, the only place to listen to the episode is by tuning into Folk Radio UK at the above dates / times (you can listen to it in more than a few ways, one of which being directly on Facebook). And if you missed any of the previous episodes, you can listen to them all over on Mixcloud or find them in the iTunes Podcast directory (and in about a weeks time, you'll be able to find this episode in those two places as well).
EPISODE 016 - TRACK LISTING
Ride On / Right On - Phosphorescent | Where's The Time - Caveman | Dancing On Your Tears - Hands and Knees | Heartbeat - Jo Schornikow | The Answer - Kodaline | New Beast - Max García Conover | Love's Gonna Blow My Way - Steve Earle, The Dukes (and Duchesses) | Secret Xtians - Unknown Mortal Orchestra | Who Will The Next Fool Be - Michael Rault | Vibrasonics - MoonLasso | Won't You Come Over - Devendra Banhart | Battle Hymn of the Fox Father - Dad Rocks! | Last Song of the Night - Biggles Flys Again | Cat Piano - Seabear | Clear Lake Strangler - TV Torso | Ruins of You - a Singer of Songs | The Curse of China Bull - Paul Cary | I Wouldn't Miss It For The World - Johnathan Rice
Besides searching for whatever tracks / artists tickle your fancy on whichever music site you prefer to use / are available in your country, I've included links to listen to each track individually over on exfm (as exfm is not only one of my favourite sites, but also available across all borders).
On top of that, I will also be posting more about the music included in this episode throughout the week, and you can filter all those posts by clicking on the Episode 016 tag. You can also click on any of the artist tags below to see any other posts that may feature said artist.