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Radio Kampus. 2nd August 2017

I have to admit that I’m getting increasingly tardy at getting these podcasts up after the show’s gone on air but as of this week, I’ll be back at it, getting them back online just after the show. For now though, here’s the show from 2nd August.

We continue to look forward to Off Festival, we have some new releases, and we celebrate the sunshine. Enjoy.

1. The Lucksmiths – T-Shirt Weather (Matinée)

2. Belle and Sebastian – We Were Beautiful (Matador)

3. PJ Harvey – Snake (Island)

4. Have You Ever Seen the Jane Fonda aerobic VHS? – Magic Swimming Pants (Self-released)

5. IDLES – Mother (Balley)

6. Out Lines – Buried Guns (Rock Action)

7. Guiding Lights – Save the Future (Self-released)

8. Wilcze Jagody – Jabłka (Self-released)

9. Mitchell Museum – Panic Pawn (Self-released)

10. Stephen McLaren – I Sing to You (Errant Media)

11. Catholic Action – Propaganda (Self-released)

12. Francesco Giannico and Guilio Aldinucci – Reframing (Eilean)

13. Conor Oberst – Empty Hotel By The Sea (Nonesuch)

14. Filthy Friends – Despierta (Kill Rock Stars)

Radio Kampus. 26th July 2017

Well then, it’s been a week of protesting and making noise in the streets. It’s also been a week of great music and there’s a weekend of great music coming up for those that are heading off to OFF in a couple of weeks time…

I’m joined in the studio this week by my friend and intrepid music traveller, writer, blogger, and journalist Laura Studarus, to preview our picks from the coming Off Festival line-up. There’s also some new music from Canada and some old music from Scotland. Enjoy!

1. Alvvays – Dreams Tonite (Transgressive)

2. Rainbrother – Fat Eggs (General Bird)

3. Dog Whistle – Lost Weekend (Self-released)

4. Arab Strap – Rocket, Take Your Turn (Chemikal Underground)

5. Helado Negro – Transmission Listen (RVNG Into)

6. New People – Better Ways (Self-released)

7. Frankie Cosmos – Sinister (Bayonet)

8. Anna Meredith – R-Type (Moshi Moshi)

9. The Radio Dept. – Teach Me To Forget (Labrador)

10. Shellac – Dude Incredible (Touch and Go)

11. Telstar Ponies – Farewell, Farewell (Geographic)

Radio Kampus. 19th July 2017

And finally I’m back in Warsaw and catching up on uploading the last few shows from when I was in the US, not to mention back in the studio tonight to broadcast live. It’s a bumper-packed show tonight with indie-pop being the order of the day. Enjoy.

1. The School – I Don’t Believe in Love (Elefant)

2. BMX Bandits – It’s In Her Eyes (Elefant)

3. Urbanski – Widmo (UKnowMe)

4. Hawk – Sin (Veta Records)

5. Stephen’s Shore – Ocean Blue (Cloudberry Records)

6. Cornelius – In A Dream (Rostrum)

7. Big Baby – Not That (Self-released)

8. Breakfast Muff – Birthday Party (Self-released)

9. Since November – Star System (Self-released)

10. Sumshapes – Literally in the Lap of the Gods (Self-released)

11. My Light Shines for You – Detective (Cloudberry Records)

12. Colin Steele Quartet – The Bluebells (Marina)

13. Tears of Silver – Nighttime (Self-released)

14. Belle and Sebastian – The Boy With The Arab Strap (Jeepster)

Radio Kampus. 12th July 2017

I’m almost home. It’s Tuesday night in Washington D.C. and I’m sitting in my hotel room listening back to the show I’ve just recorded. It’s a good one! Enjoy.

1. Amusement Parks on Fire – Wiper (V2)

2. Baker Island – Demolishing the Fourth Wall (EDILS Records)

3. Nac/Hut Report – Holes (Crunchy Human Children)

4. Raum – Gesture

5. Bendith – Dan Glo (Fersiwn) (Self-released)

6. DJ Stoner Dad- Fake Strings (Transatlantyk)

7. Kidd – An Afternoon In April (Self-released)

8. Ships went south – Free to Go (Self-released)

9. Anthony Harding – Goldeneyes (Self-released)

10. Tess Said So – Be (Preserved Sound)

11. The Fruitcakes – Our Love (Self-released)

12. M8N – Digging (Soundaddict)

Radio Kampus. 5th July 2017

It’s my second week in Washington D.C. and sadly, due to a mix-up at Radio Kampus, my second pre-recorded show didn’t go to air. Still, it’s here in all it’s glory for you as a podcast. We have 2 finalists for the Scottish album of the Year, including the eventual winner; some new Mogwai; and some wonderful ambient music too. Enjoy.

1. Cate Le Bon – Wonderful (Drag City)

2. Ela Orleans – Dionysus (Night School)

3. Omar Souleyman – Khayen (Mad Decent)

4. Liam J Hennessy – Over the Bay (Sound in Silence)

5. Tófa – Yours is Ours (Self-released)

6. Olga Wojciechowska – Abandoned Words (Time Released Sound)

7. Sacred Paws – Strike a Match (Rock Action)

8. Max Richter – Infra (Deutsche Grammofon)

9. Dmnsz – G (Pointless Geometry)

10. Mogwai – Party in the Dark (Rock Action)

11. Olivier Messiaen – Oraison (EMI)