SCARED TO DANCE PODCAST #78

Our March podcast is back with the best tracks from the past month.

Taken By Trees have released some of our favourite records over the past few years and she’s back with the brilliant “Once”.

Red Red Eyes are readying their debut album Horology for WIAIWYA and we preview “Empty Land”.

Night Flowers put out “Cruel Wind”, the second single from their forthcoming Wild Notion LP and Gwenno collaborates with Gruff Rhys on the excellent “Daromres Y’n Howl”.

The Great Electric return with “Encarta” and we have the latest from The Wave Pictures who release “Jim” from the upcoming Brushes With Happiness album.

Jessica’s Brother have a new 7″ out with “All the Better” plus there’s The Decemberists, Mass Datura, The Orielles and Breakfast Muff.

Also on the podcast there’s The Death of Pop, Maria Usbeck, Adwaith, Marine, Charles Watson, Ralegh Long, Jeremy Tuplin, Boys and Panic Pocket.

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SCARED TO DANCE PODCAST #77

Our new music selection is back with our February podcast.

We start with two new collaborations. Tracyanne & Danny is a project between singer-songwriters Tracyanne Campbell from Camera Obscura and Danny Coughlan of Crybaby. They release “Home & Dry” with an album out on Merge Records later this year.

Group Listening is an ambient band formed by Sweet Baboo and experimental Cardiff musician and Paul Jones. They put out the gorgeous “Wenn Der Sudwind Weht”.

Girl Ray return with a new single and we lift “The Same Star” from Belle and Sebastian’s How to Solve Our Human Problems EP series.

We have Pete Astor’s “Water Tower” as well as the latest releases from Firestations, Manic Street Preachers and Great Lakes. Plus Whyte Horses give us a slice of baroque pop with “Empty Words” alongside Spearmint and David Byrne.

Also on the podcast there’s Alexis Taylor, Drinks, Jack Hayter, The Spook School, Courtney Barnett, The Breeders, Yo La Tengo, Great Silkie and The Understudies.

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SCARED TO DANCE PODCAST #76

We kick off 2018 with our January podcast featuring our selection of the best new alternative tracks.

Night Flowers are readying their debut LP on Dirty Bingo Records and we have excellent lead single “Losing the Light”.

Franz Ferdinand return with the synthy “Feel the Love Go” and The Decemberists release “Severed” from the forthcoming I’ll Be Your Girl.

Gwenno is back with “Tir Ha Mor”, Shopping have a new album out and we take “Wild Child” from that and Hinds put out “New For You” from I Don’t Run.

Jessica’s Brother have their first 7″ out on Fika Recordings and we have a brand new track from Ski Saigon. The Radio Dept. return with the gorgeous “Your True Name” and there’s the latest from Ultimate Painting, Ralegh Long, Karen O and Tracey Thorn.

Also on the podcast there’s of Montreal, Ezra Furman, Lätta Regnskurar, Life Pass Filter, Famous Problems, Spinning Coin and District Repair Depot.

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SCARED TO DANCE PODCAST #75

We’re back with our December podcast featuring our pick of the 20 best songs from the past month.

Manic Street Preachers mark their comeback with the Yves Klein-inspired “International Blue” ahead of their thirteenth LP Resistance Is Futile.

The National’s most recent single from Sleep Well Beast is “Turtleneck” and we have the wonderful “Repeater” from Teleman.

Public Service Broadcasting released one of our albums of the year and we lift “People Will Always Need Coal” from that.

Club 8 return with “Swimming With the Tide” and we feature the debut release from Tigercats’ Laura K out now on Art Is Hard Records.

We have the latest from Field Music, Loma, Blush and Wylderness. Plus The Spook School are back with “Less Than Perfect” and so are The Just Joans and Belle and Sebastian.

Also on the podcast there’s Anna Burch, The Surfing Magazines, Lucy Dacus, First Aid Kit, The Clientele, Papernut Cambridge and The Perfect English Weather.

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SCARED TO DANCE PODCAST #74

Our monthly new music selection is back as we pick the best tracks for our November podcast.

Slow Club’s Charles Watson releases his debut solo outing “No Fanfare”.

Totally put out “Moonlit Memory” on 7″ and we lift “Not My Baby” from the exceptional sophomore album from Alvvays.

Ski Saigon play our gig night at The Victoria tomorrow and we have the superb “Iran Tourist Dream”. Firestations are readying their second LP out soon on Lost Map and we preview it with “Build a Building”.

Spinning Coin have released one of our picks of the year with Permo and we take “Sleepless” from that alongside “Tailwind” by Elva.

Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile give us “Continental Breakfast” whilst Ezra Furman returns with “Love You So Bad”. Plus we have the latest from Joan As Police Woman, Django Django and The War on Drugs.

Also on the podcast there’s Baxter Dury, Martha, Onsind, Suggested Friends, Pinkshinyultrablast, Silent Forum, Math and Physics Club and Freschard & Stanley Brinks.

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SCARED TO DANCE PODCAST #73

It’s our October podcast featuring the best new alternative music from the past month.

Teleman release their Fünf EP on Moshi Moshi Records soon and we start with the brilliant “Bone China Face”.

Franz Ferdinand are back with catchy as hell “Always Ascending” and our favourites The Spook School tackle abusive relationships on “Still Alive”.

Average Sex ready their forthcoming EP with the lead track “Ugly Strangers” and The Breeders put out their first new material since 2008 with “Wait in the Car”.

We have the latest from Fever Dream, Schande and Shopping whilst Wild Beasts bow out with “Punk Drunk and Trembling” plus the return of Fever Ray.

Lyys and Yukka play our new gig night in London on Friday, The Great Electric give us “Night Music” and Brian Eno & Kevin Shields collaborate on “Only Once Away My Son”.

Also on the podcast there’s Cold, Cold Heart, Belle and Sebastian, First Aid Kit, Tugboat Captain, Emma Kupa and The Just Joans.

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SCARED TO DANCE PODCAST #72

Our September podcast is back featuring our selection of new music.

Morrissey releases “Spent the Day in Bed” as the lead single from the forthcoming Low In High School album.

PINS put out a 7” vinyl with “Serve the Rich” on their Haus of Pins label. We have “Day I Die” from The National and we lift “Turn No More” featuring James Dean Bradfield from the excellent Public Service Broadcasting Every Valley LP.

Papernut Cambridge release “Riviera” from their instrumental Mellotron Phase: Volume 1 album. The Leaf Library are back too with the superb “City in Reverse” out next month on WIAIWYA.

Nat Johnson returns with “Formicarium” as does Karla Kane with “The Weight of Acorns”.

Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile collaborate on “Over Everything” and The Pains of Being Pure at Heart and ex-Dum Dum Girls frontwoman Kristin Kontrol also have new material.

Also on the podcast there’s Stars, She Sir, Airiel, Suggested Friends, The Lovely Eggs, Nervous Twitch, Slice, Kaufman and Tigercub.

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SCARED TO DANCE PODCAST #71

We’re back with our August podcast featuring our pick of the 20 best songs from the past month.

Baxter Dury releases “Miami”, the lead single from his forthcoming album out soon on Heavenly Recordings.

Alvvays return with “Plimsoll Punks” taken from second LP Antisocialites and LCD Soundsystem continue their comeback with “Tonite”.

Lyys have their debut EP out next month and we lift “Darling Enemy” from that. Self Esteem is the solo project of Rebecca Taylor from Slow Club and she’s put out “Your Wife”.

The Horrors epic “Something to Remember Me By” is followed new tracks from The War on Drugs, Cigarettes After Sex and Frankie Rose.

Flowers put out the final 45” single on Fortuna POP! with “Say 123” and The Jesus and Mary Chain team up with Sky Ferreira on “The Two of Us”.

Also on the podcast there’s The Surfing Magazines, The Hayman Kupa Band, The Clientele, Sweet Baboo, Gemini Sun, The Radio Dept., Nelson Can, Mammoth Penguins & Friends and Cinema Red & Blue.

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SCARED TO DANCE PODCAST #70

Our monthly selection of new music is back on our July podcast!

Belle and Sebastian kick things off with a surprise new single “We Were Beautiful”.

Ex-Veronica Falls frontwoman Roxanne Clifford is back with “White of an Eye” under the moniker Patience.

Fever Dream preview their second LP Squid with the lead single “Youth (Is Wasted on the Old)”.

Red Red Eyes is a new band and we have their debut release “Untold”. Susuanne Sundfør collaborates with John Grant on “Mountaineers” and The National return with “Guilty Party”.

Sparks continue their fantastic run of singles with “Edith Piaf (Said It Better Than Me)” and there’s the latest from The Pains of Being Pure at Heart.

Jean K put out their first release “Billy” on Crocodile Records and Yassassin lift “Cherry Pie” from their upcoming Vitamin Y EP.

Also on the podcast there’s Peaness, Best Ex, Kaufman, Girl Ray, The Just Joans, The Drums, Lætitia Sadier Source Ensemble, Herman Dune, Stephanie Goodman and Billy Bragg.

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SCARED TO DANCE PODCAST #69

We’re back with our June podcast featuring the best new alternative music around!

Alvvays put out one of our favourite albums of recent times a few years ago and they return with “In Undertow”.

“Creature Comfort” is lifted from the upcoming Arcade Fire LP Everything Now whilst Frankie Rose has a single on the Slumberland Records label.

The Surfing Magazines are a new band comprised of members of Slow Club and The Wave Pictures and we feature their debut release “Lines and Shadows”.

Papernut Cambridge are back with a 77 second track as are The Horrors with “Machine”, Depeche Mode with “Going Backwards” and “Shadows” from Future Islands.

Amour Foo have signed Breakfast Muff who give us “R U A Feminist”. We then have a trio of songs from the new Ghost Babes compilation with Yucky Duster, Wedding Camp and Navy Gangs.

Also on the podcast there’s The Clientele, The Hayman Kupa Band, Ralegh Long, The War on Drugs, Broken Social Scene, Mogwai, Ariel Pink and Club 8.

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SCARED TO DANCE PODCAST #68

Our monthly new music mix is back as we handpick the best songs for our May podcast!

The Pains of Being Pure at Heart return with the excellent “Anymore” taken from their forthcoming The Echo of Pleasure album.

Sweet Baboo have a new track out “Pink Rainbow” from Wild Imagination which is out this week and LCD Soundsystem are back with “Call the Police”.

Sparks return to form with ”What the Hell Is It This Time?” and Jarvis Cocker features on the brilliant “Century” by Feist.

We have a preview of the upcoming LP from The National with “The System Only Dreams in Total Darkness” alongside new material from The Drums and Girl Ray.

Courtney Barnett releases a one-off track and we have the latest from Tree Trunks, The Luxembourg Signal, Sad Heaven and Deerful.

Also on the podcast there’s Matthew Edwards & The Unfortunates, Fleet Foxes, Bonnie “Prince” Billy, BMX Bandits, Scrabbel, Sheer Mag and Young Guv.

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SCARED TO DANCE PODCAST #67

Our April podcast is back with the best 20 tracks from the past month!

Sea Pinks start us off with the fantastic “Into Nowhere” from their forthcoming Watercourse LP which is out next month.

The Hayman Kupa Band have a new album coming out on Fika Recordings and we preview it with “No More Bombs”. Butcher Boy have released a three track EP recently and we feature “November 1947, Storm Warning in Effect”.

Public Service Broadcasting have a new single with “Progress”, collaborating with one of our favourite voices Tracyanne Campbell, as do Future Islands and The New Pornographers.

We have “Rest” taken from Sacred Paws excellent LP and Colour Me Wednesday with “Don’t Tell Anyone”. PINS are back and so too is Wesley Gonzalez. We’ve also got the latest from Maybe Don’t, Schande, Ulrika Spacek and Splashh.

Also on the podcast there’s Marika Hackman, Broken Social Scene, The Mountain Goats, Mac DeMarco and Amber Arcades.

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