Sunday, September 15, 2013

The Day The World Turned Day-glo! Show tracks for Sat. Sept. 14/13

So the big news of the week was the Mercury Music Prize shortlist announcement. As has been the custom in the last bunch of years we profile the artists that were nominated. Actually, all but 2 of them have been played on the show before. Days after the announcement the controversy started with My Bloody Valentine feeling "banned" from the proceedings. It turns out their album was far too independent and they didn't meet the minimum requirements to be considered. I wonder if this will be the spark to change the requirements to allow more independent artists/albums.
We lead into the profile of all 12 nominated artists with last year's winner.
As if that wasn't enough there was still time for new music from Wedding Present, Comet Gain, Summer Camp and Manic Street Preachers in the LP Session.
What more could you ask more, except less talking from me! More Rawk, Less Talk!

travis - warning sign
alt-j ∆ - dissolve me
villagers - the bell
jon hopkins - abandon window
savages - shut up
jake bugg - trouble town
laura mvula - sing to the moon
rudimental - right here feat foxes
disclosure - confess to me feat jessie ware
james blake - digital lion
laura marling - where can i go?
foals - out of the woods
arctic monkeys - i want it all
david bowie - (you will) set the world on fire
my bloody valentine - new you
primal scream - tenement kid
stereophonics - been caught cheating
mick hucknall - cry cry cry
lp session - manic street preachers "rewind the film"
manic street preachers - 4 lonely roads
manic street preachers - 3 ways to see despair
manic street preachers - 30 year war
wedding present - two bridges
comet gain - avenue girls
kobadelta - underestimation
summer camp - keep falling
summer camp - i got you
hush! - cruel
baby strange - never enough
theo verney - count it up
yuck - age of consent
sky larkin - the day the world turned day-glo
woman's hour - darkest place

If you missed it, these might help!
Part One
Part Two

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