New: Laura Jane Grace, Madeline Leman and the Desert Swells, and Native Harrow

Premiere DateOct 9, 2020
Categories Indie Music Rock
00:00 Emily (Cool by Soccer Mommy)
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02:41 Calendar Song Laura Jane Grace
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04:41 Don't Know How to Keep Loving You Julia Jacklin
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10:06 Pastime Samantha Crain
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13:28 What I Need Pearl Charles
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16:47 Shipping News Madeline Leman & The Desert Swells
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20:32 Emily
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21:01 On The Road Madeline Leman & The Desert Swells
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25:17 Happy Song Alex the Astronaut
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29:23 Five and Dime Hazel English
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32:13 Sing Me To Sleep Hey, King!
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36:14 If I Could Native Harrow
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40:01 Emily
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40:29 Ever Enough Kissy
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43:39 A Crack in the World Oceanator
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47:53 Cocktail Bar Ali Barter
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50:09 Something Else Tancred
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53:33 Hive Mind Corey Flood
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54:39 Emily (Cool by Soccer Mommy)
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55:54 Shelter In Place Laura Jane Grace
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57:33 Finish
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Laura Jane Grace surprised us all with a move to Polyvinyl Records from Bloodshot and the release of a brand new album! ‘Stay Alive’ is the quarantine album giving us life right now! Kicking off the show today with a track form the new record. Check the Polyvinyl site to get the vinyl, merch bundles, shirts, masks and more!

I’ve been going Aussie crazy lately! Next Friday, I’ll be airing an episode of The Alt-Country Show completely dedicated to artists form Down Under. Tune in because you will be blown away by all of the artists! One of them is not a stranger to Ladies Skate Only and I’ve got music from her latest release in the mix. Madeline Leman & The Desert Swells out of Melbourne have style for days and you’ll get completely lost in their album ‘Nobody’s Fool’ which is available on their bandcamp page. You’ll also hear a track off of it in today’s mix.

Also in the mix, Native Harrow. The duo’s new album ‘Closeness’ is out now via Loose. Add this one to your collection and be sure to check out their 2021 tour dates if you’re in the UK!

As a kid, Emily Smith could often be found in her bedroom recording radio shows. She obsessively recorded songs off the radio onto cassettes and mixed them together on a dual player. She was in love with…

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