John “Chip” Colcord, longtime host of the Out of the Woods radio show, has started a new Bluegrass show. Featuring an hour each week of the best in Bluegrass music, Music for the Mountain Bluegrass is airing in several markets and is available for download from Archive.org.
Not on Spotify this week: Sufjan Stevens’ “Woman at the Well,” Prince’s “Life Without End at Last,” Anita Kelsey’s “Sway,” Joan Jett’s “I Love Rock ‘n’ Roll,” Stag Party’s “Rachel (My Dear)” and The Cramps’ “Bikini Girls with Machine Guns.” Cos I’m awesome, that’s why! Also Heidi Saperstein’s “The Devil I Once Knew” – nab the mp3 @ Epitonic.
The songs I listened to this week that aren’t available on Spotify were “Away” by Heidi Saperstein (the free, legal mp3 I downloaded ages ago is still at Epitonic), some obscure classic rock remix with audio from the “More Cowbell” SNL skit and, while I also love the Susan McKeown version included in the playlist, the version I listened to this week was by Ewan McGregor & Susan Lynch from the Joycean film, Nora. Here’s the rest…
To thank Muruch‘s writers and readers for their support of her music, Kate Miller-Heidke offered us this exclusive U.S. premiere of her new single, appropriately titled “Offer It Up.” The song is featured on Kate’s new album, O Vertigo!, which will finally be released in the U.S. on October 28th.
A wealth of good electronic music by Pretty Lights (a.k.a. Derek Vincent Smith) is available to download on a donation basis or free in return for an email address at the Pretty Lights Official Site and SoundCloud page. Muruch Editor Vic is also a fan.