Tag: Liam McIndoe
Day 2 of 2020 listener favorites. Enrique Cruz tells us about Japanese rock band Sakuran-Zensen. Liam McIndoe touts Sepultura. And Kevin Clement talks up Lilly Hiatt and Old 97's.
Episode 1009: November New Music – Dirty Knobs, Arab Strap, Helen Love, Emperor Penguin, Cats in Space and More
Even more listener new music picks for November. Walt Falconer goes with Helen Love, Emperor Penguin, Cats in Space, the Dirty Knobs and Steve 'n' Seagulls. Liam McIndoe tells us about Bitch Falcon and the Arab Strap.
Episode 994: October New Music – Gord Downie, Julia Jacklin, Jeff Tweedy, Black Thought, Mountain Goats and More
Two more listener calls with October new music picks. Scott Isom talks up Black Thought, Gord Downie, Jeff Tweedy, the Mountain Goats and Bruce Springsteen. And Liam McIndoe selects tunes by Davey Lane, Julia Jacklin and William Crighton.
Episode 967: September New Music – Bruce Springsteen, Pillow Queens, Deradoorian, Killer Be Killed, Fleet Foxes and More
Five listeners call in with their September new music picks! Jesse from San Antonio tells us about Pillow Queens and a Big Star cover by Bedouine, Waxahatchee and Hurray For The Riff Raff. Harris touts Joshua Burnside and Deradoorian. Liam McIndoe goes with Die! Die! Die!, Killer Be Killed and Cobalt Chapel. Scott Isom likes Bruce Springsteen. And Echo Park Jimmy (here known as Silver Lake Larry) selects Fleet Foxes.
Episode 941: August New Music – Flower, Carcass, Phoenix Foundation, Mike Polizze, Anna von Hausswolff, Bully
More listener picks for August new music! Liam McIndoe goes with the Phoenix Foundation, Anna von Hausswolff and Carcass. And Vasant Ramamurthy tells us about Mike Polizze, Flower and Bully.
Episode 922: July New Music – Fontaines D.C., Wolfhounds, Lydia Loveless, Daddy’s Beemer, Madeline Kenney
Part 3 of our listener series on July new music. Picks are: Wolfhounds (BJ Bonin); Fontaines D.C. and Lydia Loveless (Liam McIndoe); and Daddy's Beemer, Madeline Kenney and Fontaines D.C. (Harris from South Carolina).
Listeners respond to past episodes. Kevin Clement of Louisiana tells us about a ruined concert. Ken Wadsworth of Kentucky talks about Thomas Dolby's great follow-up album, "The Flat Earth." And Liam McIndoe, a New Zealand native living in Ireland, explains matters of music (and meat pies) in his country of origin.