Another week and another new mix which kicks off with two incredible female voices: Lisa O’Neill (the face of our mix below) and Aldous Harding.
The quirky numbers come early this week courtesy of The Paradise Bangkok Molam International Band. With a groove in place, I had to have me some Country Hustle from Jeb Loy Nichols.
There is plenty of new music, including This is the Kit, Zephaniah OHora, Bonnie “Prince” Billy, Alex Rex, Tom Rosenthal, LA Band Cloud and a name that will be new to most of you – The Brothers Briggs. Likewise, Rachel Amara (main image above) was a name I chanced upon on Bandcamp and that Cathie O’Sullivan is pretty rare as well, from the new compilation Follow The Sun which features outsider pop, folk and psych from Australia in the 1960s and 70s.
Check more links in the playlist below.
Lost in Transmission 29 Tracklisting
Lisa O’Neill – England Has My Man
Aldous Harding – The World Is Looking For You
The Paradise Bangkok Molam International Band – Lai Wua (Chasing the Cow) Chasing the Cow
Jeb Loy Nichols – Come See Me
This Is the Kit – Moonshine Freeze
Damien Jurado & Richard Swift – Hello Sunshine
Zephaniah OHora with the 18 Wheelers – Way Down In My Soul
Bonnie “Prince” Billy – No Time To Cry
Alex Rex – Lucy
Cloud – Cars & It’s Autumn
Tom Rosenthal – Oh No Pedro
Rachel Amara – Almost Heaven
Cathie O’Sullivan – The Orange Tree
The Brothers Briggs – The Hunter
The Bonny Men – The Jigs