The Earful Episode 24
Welcome everyone to SEASON 2 of THE EARFUL, a music countdown show from the minds over at OH NO RADIO SHOW and hosted by Tom Barile and Ty Whicher. This bonus show features 12 tracks every week of some of our favorite music new and old. Maybe you've heard some stuff and maybe you haven't so we hope to supply a healthty dose of jams for our audience every friday to make that weekend soundtrack on point. If you're listening to anything we should be please make sure to hit us up over at our Facebook Page and drop us a track! Enjoy this season and Cheers to those Ears!!
Tracks played on this episode of The EARFUL:
Top of the show - “The Man (Jacques Lu Cont Remix)” by The Killers - off Wonderful Wonderful - 2017
1 - Shannon and The Clams - “It’s Too late” - off Gone by the Dawn - 2015
Shannon and the Clams is an American, Oakland-based, indie garage punk quartet. Known for a vintage sound that incorporates elements of doo-wop, classic R&B, garage psych, and surf
2 -Pearl & The Oysters - “Interstellar Appeal” - off Pearl & the Oysters - 2017
Pearl & The Oysters, is a charming and carefree collection which brings to mind the brightest sides of Stereolab and Broadcast.
3- MOSSS - “Here If You Want (Pale Blue)” - off Here If You Want (Pale Blue) - Single - 2017
Rob McCurdy finally lands on his first solo moniker as MOSSS, setting forth his groove-laden, electronic R&B in debut single “Here If You Want (Pale Blue)”
4- Dirty Heads - “Mad at It” off SWIM TEAM - 2017
Dirty Heads is an American reggae band from Huntington Beach, California.
5- Chaz Bundick Meets The Mattson 2 - “Don't Blame Yourself” - off Star Stuff - 2017
Toro Y Moi’s Chaz Bundick teams with twin-brother jazz duo the Mattson 2.
6- Chicago Afrobeat Project - “Cut the Infection (feat. Tony Allen & Oranmiyan)” - off What Goes Up (feat. Tony Allen) - 2017
“In 2002, a group of musicians sharing a common interest in West African rhythms met to jam in a West side artist loft on Chicago’s Lake Street. Quickly they realized that mixing afrobeat with Chicago house, indie rock, hip-hop, or jazz opened new avenues for experimentation. Something clicked. The group had found a collective calling.”
7-Danny Brown - “Really Doe (feat. Kendrick Lamar, Ab-Soul & Earl Sweatshirt)” - off Atrocity Exhibition - 2016
“Daniel Dewan Sewell, better known by his stage name Danny Brown, is an American rapper from Detroit, Michigan. He is best known for his individuality, being described by MTV as "one of rap's most unique figures in recent memory”.
8- Honey - “Hungry” off New Moody Judy - 2017
Three piece from Brooklyn New York
9 - Sego - “Once Was Lost Now Just Hanging Around” - off Once Was Lost Now Just Hanging Around - 2016
Sego is Based in Los Angeles, Sego is the duo of Spencer Petersen and Thomas Carroll, who met in their hometown of Provo, Utah
10- Phenomenal Handclap Band - “Travelers Prayer” - off Traveler's Prayer - Single - 2017
Phenomenal Handclap Band are a psychedelic soul band from New York City.
11 - Elleh - “I Can Be Your Best Friend” off Anthems, Pt. 2 - EP - 2017
from their website - “Hello we are ELLEH. We make sad boy disco”
12 - Moullinex - “Work It Out (feat. Fritz Helder)” off Hypersex - 2017
Moullinex is the alter ego of Portuguese producer, dj and multi-instrumentalist Luis Clara Gomes.
UNDER THE OVERS - “Electric Lady Land”
Original - Jimi Hendrix
Cover - Nai Palm
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