New additions to bFM playlist – 21 Nov 2012

Continuing in our occasional feature-post of hacking into 95bFM’s computers to check what new songs they have added to their playlist this week* …

Unknown Pleasures by The UV Race

From their album Racism; Unknown Pleasures is these Aussies latest single; taking inspirations from the core of mid 70s punk rock…

I Want A Boyfriend With A Car by Kate Nash

From her Death Proof EP, which also includes a cover of The Kinks’ All Day And All Of The Night – iTunes

Who Are You by Ty Segal
From his third album Twins (out on Drag City) which scored a respectable 8.0 on Pitchfork last month.

Here’s a stream of a different track, the lead single from the album, actually, The Hill

CPR by High Society

The latest single from local act High Society – a driving and propulsive slice of post punk. Watch the found-footage video here

Future Victims by Ex-Cult
Ex-Cult are gonna be touring with Ty Segal soon and have just released their debut self-titled punk album on Goner Records (who recently licensed the Toy Love Live at the Gluepot double album)

Here’s a stream of the first single MPD (not the song playlisted)

Honey & Queen by American Royalty
The new single from LA-based psych-pop trio American Royalty – rhythmically driven and kinda Battles-y – apparently, “A crucial part of the sound came from banging on a three-quarters full water cooler.”
There’s a legit free download of an mp3 HERE

So High by Males
New Dunedin-sound-y pop that’s actually pretty fucken awesome!

Static Light by Ultraista
Nigel Godrich’s (Radiohead) new band Ultraista. Boom.

Talking To Myself by Boyschool
Fans of Elvis Costello are gonna love this!

Time by She’s So Rad
The very brand new song from She’s So Rad – which they let me play first on my show last night (Andrew Tidball’s Tuesday 7-9pm Show 20 Nov 2012) – but there’s no stream of this yet – you have to listen to bFM to hear it!

* no hacking is involved; they kindly eMail me their playlist info; they’re nice like that.

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