Brighten the Corners

BTC Show #360 – 5/20/14

WCNR Brighten the Corners 5-20-14 (Show 360)

{all titles out now unless otherwise noted}

 

~10pm~

 

Coldplay – “A Sky Full of Stars”/Ghost Stories (out this week)

Birdy – “Tee Shirt”/The Fault In Our Stars soundtrack (out this week)

Lykke Li – “No Rest For The Wicked”/I Never Learn (came out 5/6)

 

Morrissey – “Istanbul”/World Peace Is None of Your Business (out 7/15)

Conor Oberst – “You Are Your Mother’s Child”/Upside Down Mountain (out today)

Neulore – “Shadow of a Man”/Animal Evolve (single out now, LP this fall, in Cville 5/24)

Little Dragon – “Klapp Klapp”/Nabuma Rubberband

 

Haley Bonar – “No Sensitive Man”/Last War (out today)

Deer Tick – “Constructive Summer”/Hold Steady cover for mutual admiration 7”

Brody Dalle – “Don’t Mess With Me”/Diploid Love (cd version out this week)

The Burning Of Rome – “Melina”/Year of the Ox (out this week)

 

Oasis – “Rock ‘n Roll Star”/8-track demo from Definitely Maybe deluxe reissue (out this week)

 

~11pm~

 

Willie Nelson – “The Wall”/Band of Brothers (out 6/17, at Lockn’ in Sept.)

Clapton & Friends – “Call Me The Breeze”/The Breeze, An Appreciation of JJ Cale (out 7/29)

 

Sturgill Simpson – “Turtles All The Way Down”/Metamodern Sounds in Country Music (came out last week)

John Fullbright – “Happy”/Songs (out 5/27)

Max Frost – “White Lies”/Corner Lounge version from 5/12

Panama Wedding – “All of the People”/Corner Lounge version from 4/24

Phox – “In Due Time”/Corner Lounge version from 5/14

 

Blitzen Trapper – “Unbelievable”/Bob Dylan in the 80s: Vol. 1 (Dylan’s b’day 5/24)

Lissie – “To Ramona”/Dylan cover on her new Cryin’ To You EP

The Roots – “The Unraveling”/…And Then You Shoot Your Cousin (out today)

Paolo Nutini – “Let Me Down Easy”/Iron Sky EP

Chet Faker – “Talk is Cheap”/Built on Glass

 

R.E.M. – “Half A World Away”/Unplugged 1991, 2001 The Complete Sessions (out this week)

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