Afternoon Tunes playlist sat 14/04


Ellen Allien song ‘Ghost Train’ album ‘Thrills’

EsCla song ‘Kalabroni Kaze’ album ‘Non Dire Gatto’

Sophia song ‘The Sea’album ‘De Nachten’

Novita’ & Vecchie Glorie ‘New and not so new releases’

Kings Of Leon song ‘My Party’album ‘Because Of The Times’

Blonde Redhead song ’23′ album ’23′

Maxïmo Park song ‘Russian Literature’album ‘Our Earthly Pleasures’

Patti Smith song ‘Everybody wants to rule the world album ’12′

The Prodigy song ‘Break And Enter’album ‘Music For The Jilted Generation’

Daniel Johnston song ‘Fish’ album ‘Fear Yrself’

Unsane song ‘No One’album ‘Visqueen’

Bikeride song ‘Your Lips and You’ album ‘the Kiss’

Chungking song ‘Les fleurs’album ‘Les fleurs – Single’

Bright Eyes song ‘Hot Knives’ album ‘Cassadaga’

Arctic Monkeys song ‘Old Yellow Bricks’album’Favourite Worst Nightmare’

Dinosaur Jr song ‘Crumble’ album ‘Beyond’

Maxïmo Park song ‘The Unshockable’album ‘Our Earthly Pleasures’

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