I Never Had A New Kids on The Block Record—I Was Listening to The Smiths
The podcast is back again—the second episode of the sixth season, and the 32nd episode overall, and Kevin welcomes independent music legend Anna-Lynne Long (Née Williams) to the virtual building. You might know her from her long running solo project, Lotte Kestner; you might know her as the frontwoman from the cult favorite Trespassers Williams; you might know her from a bunch of other things as well.
They chop it up about how combining shoegaze and folk sounds like a disaster, why Kate Bush can be scary, the "Twin Peaks" tour in Seattle, and the collection of nine tunes Anna-Lynne selected to bring onto the show.
It's also a great time to mention that she has a NEW ALBUM due out on February 11th! Her first since 2017, Lost Songs will be available on CD, as well as streaming services.
For more information about the "award winning" music criticism site, Anhedonic Headphones, click here; for more info on all things Anna-Lynne, head to her Bandcamp page.
Episode Musical Credits
Opening Theme Music- "Flava In Ya Ear" (Instrumental); written by Osten Harvey Jr, Craig Mack, Roger Nichols, and Paul Williams. Bad Boy Records, 1994.
Closing Theme Music - "Feelin'"; written by Rashad Harden. Hyperdub Records, 2013.
"White Sun," written by Jófríður Ákadóttir; performed by JFDR. Brazil, KRUNK, 2017.
"Adrift," written and performed by Jesse Marchant. Jesse Marchant, No Other, 2014.
"Backchannels," written by Jonathan Meiburg; performed by Shearwater. Jet Plane and Oxbow, Sub Pop, 2016.
"Cayman Islands," written by Erlend Øye and Eirik Glambek Bøe; performed by Kings of Convenience. Riot on an Empty Street, Astralwerks, 2004.
"A Sight to Behold," written and performed by Devendra Banhart. Rejoicing in The Hands, Young God, 2004.
"To Be The One," written by Jeff Martin; performed by Idaho. Heart of Palm, Idaho Music, 2000.
"Carolyn's Fingers," written by Robin Guthrie, Simon Raymonde & Elizabeth Fraser; performed by Cocteau Twins. Blue Bell Knoll, 4AD, 1988.
"Mother Stands for Comfort," written and performed by Kate Bush. Hounds of Love, EMI, 1985.
"Framed in A Doorway," written by Anna-Lynne Long and Ian Taggart; performed by Televangel featuring Lotte Kestner. Emergency Heart, Last Epoch, 2019.
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