SCARED TO DANCE PODCAST #86

Our podcast returns with our selection of the best new music from the past month.

Hairband are a Glasgow-based DIY-pop band featuring members of Spinning Coin, Breakfast Muff, Lush Purr and Kaputt. They’ve just released their debut EP on Monorail Music and we kick off with “White Teeth”.

Chorusgirl’s “Demon Baby” is lifted from their excellent second album and Average Sex return with the single “To My Dead Friend”.

Life Model and Home Economics release a split 7″ “Real Estate”/”Idiots” on Double A-Side Records and we have the brilliant new track by Molar.

Hinds put out “British Mind” and we have the latest from The Wave Pictures, Mikey Collins, Les Big Byrd, John Grant and Tree Trunks.

The Orielles one-off single “Bobbi’s Second World” is featured too alongside new material by Deerhunter and Papernut Cambridge.

Also on the podcast there’s Ralegh Long, Living Hour, Eerie Wanda, David Callahan and The Natvral.

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SCARED TO DANCE PODCAST #85

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

Young Romance start us off with “Dark of My Shadow” from their forthcoming Don’t Look LP on Banquet Records.

Hatchie have a song out on the Adult Swim single’s series and we feature “Adored” alongside the latest from Wild Nothing.

B.E.D is a new band featuring Baxter Dury, Etienne de Crécy and Delilah Holliday of Skinny Diet Girl and we have their debut release “White Coats”.

We lift the wonderful “Limited Edition Heart” from Gruff Rhys’ latest album and there’s new songs from Teleman, Interpol and Worst Place.

The Lemonheads have an LP of covers coming out next year and we hear their take on Yo La Tengo’s “Can’t Forget” next to Whoa Melodic and Famous Problems.

Wolf Girl are back with “Dream Partner” plus Gold Baby, Beirut, Hanya and Julia Holter.

Also on the podcast there’s Saint Etienne, Moderate Rebels, Clingfilm and Peel Dream Magazine.

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SCARED TO DANCE PODCAST #84

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

Chorusgirl are readying their second album Shimmer and Spin out next month on Reckless Yes. We have the lead single “No Goodbye”.

Adwaith release the brilliant “Y Diweddaraf” taken from their forthcoming debut LP Melyn.

Public Service Broadcasting have confirmed plans for their new four-track EP. We preview it with the title track “White Star Liner”.

The Goon Sax have put out one of our favourite records this year and we feature “We Can’t Win” alongside “Know Me More” by The Natvral, the new project from Kip Berman.

The Wave Pictures are back with “Roosevelt Skyes” and we lift “Voices Carry Through the Mist” from Charles Watson’s Now That I’m a River LP. There’s also the latest from Jeremy Warmsley, Massage, Hairband, John Grant, Self Esteem and Courtney Barnett.

Also on the podcast there’s Yassassin, Cheerbleederz, Papercuts, Pete Astor, Papernut Cambridge, Jeremy Tuplin and Frontperson.

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SCARED TO DANCE PODCAST #83

Our new music podcast is back with our pick of the best tracks from the past month.

Gruff Rhys releases his fifth solo album Babelsberg on Rough Trade Records and we kick off with “The Club”.

We hear another preview from the forthcoming LP from Teleman with the wonderful “Song For a Seagull” and there’s the latest from Wild Nothing and Yukka.

Tree Trunks put out their second EP through Phone Home Records next month and we lift the title track “For Real” alongside the brilliant “Planet Thanet” by Tigercats.

Sea Pinks and Young Romance are readying new albums and we feature “Watermelon Sugar (Alcohol)” and “Alice”.

Colleen Green returns with “Let Go” plus there’s new material from Interpol, Art Brut, Average Sex, Trust Fund, The Just Joans and Calvin Johnson.

Also on the podcast there’s Amber Arcades, Life Pass Filter, Tony Molina, Marissa Nadler and Peel Dream Magazine.

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SCARED TO DANCE PODCAST #82

Our new music selection is back with our latest podcast.

Flowers release the ethereal “Long Song” as part of the WIAIWYA Seven at 77 series.

We lift “Anyone (Other Than Ü)” from the Ex-Vöid EP alongside an exclusive version of Papernut Cambridge’s “House of Pink Icing/Icing Dub”.

Massage are a new L.A. quintet that formed around ex-Pains of Being Pure at Heart bassist Alex Naidus and we preview their debut release “Gee” taken from their album Oh Boy.

The Goon Sax return with “Make Time 4 Love” from the upcoming We’re Not Talking LP plus there’s new tracks from John Grant, Animal Collective and Self Esteem.

Hatchie is back with “Sure” and so too is Jonathan Bree with “Say You Love Me Too”. There’s also the latest from Drinks, Flirting, Value Void and Jessica’s Brother.

Also on the podcast there’s Wolf Girl, Mudhoney, Basement Revolver, The Lovely Eggs, Mikey Collins and a send off for Fortuna POP! with a cover of Comet Gain’s “You Can Hide Your Love Forever”.

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SCARED TO DANCE PODCAST #81

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

Teleman start us off with the fantastic “Cactus” from their forthcoming Family of Aliens LP.

Wild Nothing have a new album coming out on Captured Tracks and we preview it with “Letting Go”. Tigercats have released Pig City recently and we feature “Stay Out of Limehouse”.

Average Sex have a new single with “Ne M’Oublie Pas” from their upcoming Melodie EP, as do Interpol and Dream Wife.

We have “The Invisibles” taken from Suede’s The Blue Hour album and Charles Watson with “Now That I’m a River”. Gruff Rhys is back and so too is David Byrne. We’ve also got the latest from Robert Rotifer, Tony Molina and Ralegh Long.

Also on the podcast there’s Butsenzeller, Jon Hopkins, Magic Mist, Bryde, The Mary Onettes, Walk Upright and Smokescreens.

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SCARED TO DANCE PODCAST #80

We’re back with our latest podcast as we pick the best songs from the past month.

Hatchie releases her Sugar & Spice EP on Heavenly Recordings and we lead with “Sleep”.

Ex-Vöid are new band from featuring former Joanna Gruesome members and we have the excellent “Boyfriend” from their self-titled EP.

The Goon-Sax return with “She Knows” and Papernut Cambridge ready their new album Outstairs Instairs with “New Forever” out soon on Gare du Nord.

Taken By Trees are back with “Vibrant Colors” from the recent Yellow to Black LP. Former Allo Darlin’ drummer Mikey Collins breaks out with his debut single and there’s the latest from Manic Street Preachers and Gwenno.

We also have new material from Float, The Lovely Eggs, Jemma Freeman and The Cosmic Something, Courtney Barnett and The Breeders.

Also on the podcast there’s Steven Adams & The French Drops, Trust Fund, Freschard & Stanley Brinks, Kacy & Clayton, Jonathan Bree, Jessica’s Brother and Group Listening.

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SCARED TO DANCE PODCAST #79

Our podcast returns with our selection of the best new tracks from the past month.

Sweet Baboo kick off with “Lost Out On the Floor” taken from the forthcoming Vending Machine Project album.

Tigercats are readying their third LP and we lift “Perfect Fried Chicken” from that alongside the brilliant “Submarine Life” by Teleman.

Franz Ferdinand rework “Glimpse of Love (Version)” and there’s the latest single from Hookworms. Whyte Horses collaborate with La Roux on “The Best of It” and Drinks put out “Corner Shops” from Hippo Lite.

Gruff Rhys is set to release Babelsberg on Rough Trade Records next month and we preview it with “Frontier Man”. Tracyanne & Danny are back with “Alabama” and so too is Stanley Brinks with “Sweet Fanny Adams”.

Also on the podcast there’s Sea Pinks, Johnny Marr, D.A. Stern, Hinds, Sub Rosa, The Anderson Tapes, Tracey Thorn, Jon Hopkins, Firestations and Brian Eno.

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SCARED TO DANCE PODCAST #78

Our 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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