SCARED TO DANCE PODCAST #97

We’re back with our monthly new music podcast.

We start with Basic Plumbing, the solo project of the late Patrick Doyle of Veronica Falls and Boys Forever.

Tragically, Patrick passed away shortly after the release of his last single. His family have been keen to realise Patrick’s plan for the album release with profits from sales going to the charities LA’s LGBT Centre and CALM. We miss him terribly.

Ex-Vöid are back with the brilliant “Only One” on their new Prefect Records label and there’s a welcome return for post-punk legends Wire.

Jeanines put out “Winter in the Dark” from their debut LP on Slumberland Records and there’s the latest from Vivian Girls, Pixies, Night Flowers and Alex Chilltown.

We preview the new Spinning Coin album with “Feel You More Than World Right Now” alongside Gruff Rhys, Freschard, The Orielles and Tree Trunks.

Also on the podcast there’s Torres, Bat For Lashes, Margaux, The Just Joans, Cold, Cold Heart, Matt Berninger and The Understudies.

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SCARED TO DANCE PODCAST #96

Our new music podcast is back with our selection from the past month.

Foundlings kick us off with their new single “I Love You All” ahead of their debut album next year.

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds release Ghosteen and we lift the beautiful “Bright Horses” from that alongside The National.

The Pictish Trail will put out their Thumb World LP on Fire Records and we preview that with “Slow Memories”.

The Leaf Library return with “Hissing Waves” from The World Is a Bell which is out at the end of the month and there’s also the latest singles from Girl Ray and DIIV.

Podcasts are a new Oslo-based band featuring former members of Trust Fund and they put out their first 7″ “Dragging the Lake” plus Oort Clod, Suggested Friends, Iggy Pop and LUMER.

Also on the podcast there’s Roxy Girls, Jeffrey Lewis & The Voltage, Gold Baby, Soot Sprite, Leisure Tank, Painter, Ralegh Long & Kyle McEvoy and Soundwalk Collective with Patti Smith.

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SCARED TO DANCE PODCAST #95

Our new music podcast returns with our pick of tracks from the past month.

Adwaith are releasing a double a-side on Libertino Records and we kick off with “Wine Time”.

Night Flowers are set to put out their second album and we have the title track “Fortune Teller” alongside the farewell single from The Spook School and the latest Average Sex offering.

The Tubs are a new band featuring members of Joanna Gruesome and Flowers and we have their superb debut 7″ “Silver Moon”.

“Grime 4 Corbyn” is taken from The State of Emergency Is the Norm EP by Nice Church and there’s “Catfish Kate” from the forthcoming Pixies LP.

Cate Le Bon puts out “Mother’s Mother’s Magazines” and there’s Spinning Coin, Frankie Cosmos, Mermaidens and Bat For Lashes.

Also on the podcast there’s Duncan Barrett, Darren Hayman, Belle and Sebastian, The Understudies, Molly Linen, Jeremy Tuplin, Dana Gavanski and Modern Nature.

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SCARED TO DANCE PODCAST #94

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

We start with Girl Ray and “Show Me More”, the lead single from their sophomore album Girl.

GHUM continue their rise with the superb “Saturn” and there’s the welcome return of Vivian Girls who are back after an eight year hiatus with “Sick”.

Suggested Friends are set to release their second LP and we lift “Cygnets” from Turtle Taxi and we have “Skin Game” by DIIV.

Gruff Rhys has just announced his the Welsh language album Pang! on Rough Trade Records and we have the title track alongside Pip Blom, The National, Holy Now and Ezra Furman.

There’s the excellent “Mae’n Hawdd” from Ynys plus Gold Baby, Queen of Jeans and Iggy Pop.

Also on the podcast there’s Dry Cleaning, Sleater-Kinney, Rose Ette, Cat Apostrophe, FELL and Common or Garden.

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SCARED TO DANCE PODCAST #93

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

Belle and Sebastian start us off with “Sister Buddha” from their forthcoming Days of the Bagnold Summer soundtrack album.

Africa Express collaborate on the wonderful “Johannesburg” and we have “Must I Evolve?” by Jav Is… alongside the latest from L I P S and Younghusband.

Frankie Cosmos has announced a new LP called Close It Quietly out on Sub Pop and we feature the lead single “Windows”.

Peaness release “Breakfast” and we have new tracks from Rosehip Teahouse, bdrmm and Melby who play our gig night later this year.

WILDES put out the atmospheric “True Love” plus Molly Linen, Jeremy Warmsley, Great Silkie and Freschard.

Also on the podcast there’s Newmoon, Schande, Gemini Sun, Lightning Bug and Thom Yorke.

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SCARED TO DANCE PODCAST #92

Our monthly podcast is back with our selection of the best new music.

Hot Chip are set to release their seventh album A Bath Full of Ecstasy and we begin with the magnificent “Melody of Love”.

Cate Le Bon returns with “Home to You” from Reward and there’s the latest single from Patience.

Trash Kit put out “Horizon” from their forthcoming LP on Upset the Rhythm and we have the brilliant “Get Up” from GHUM’s The Coldest Fire EP.

Ezra Furman and Sleater-Kinney are readying new albums and we feature “Calm Down aka I Should Not Be Alone” and “Hurry on Home”.

There’s the new Pixies track “On Graveyard Hill” plus Seablite, Richard Hawley, Keel Her, Whitelands and Rozi Plain.

Also on the podcast there’s Stanley Brinks & The Wave Pictures, Darren Hayman, Ralegh Long, Goddesses, The Leaf Library, The Ballet and Alice Hubble.

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SCARED TO DANCE PODCAST #91

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

Mammoth Penguins release their new album There’s No Fight We Can’t Both Win and we kick off with “You Just Carry On”.

Freschard is back with the fantastic “Fire” from one of our favourite LPs of the year.

Savage Mansion and Schande play our gig night this month and we have their latest tracks “Do You Say Hello to Your Neighbours?” and “Clearly You Do”.

L I P S have put out their brilliant self-titled EP on Sunday Records and we lift “Sunken” from that plus there’s “S.L.E.E.P” from Annie Taylor.

We have “Light Year’s” from The National and the beautiful “Not Because It’s Easy, But Because It’s Hard” by Jens Lekman from his recent Correspondence album with Annika Norlin.

Plus there’s the latest from Sacred Paws, Rose Elinor Dougall, Witching Waves, Tempertwig, Personal Best and Courtney Barnett.

Also on the podcast there’s Hatchie, Jeanines, Elva, Edwyn Collins, Amy Studt and David Callahan.

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SCARED TO DANCE PODCAST #90

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

We start with “The Girls Are Chewing Gum” from the debut Patience album out next month on Night School Records.

The Ballet are back with the brilliant “But I’m a Top” from their forthcoming Matchy Matchy LP on Fika Recordings and there’s the new single “Daylight Matters” from Cate Le Bon.

Keel Her makes a welcome return with “No Control” from her eagerly awaited second album With Kindness alongside Rozi Plain’s wonderful “Conditions”.

We lift the wistful “Crepuscular Child” from The Proper Ornaments latest LP and Olden Yolk put out “Cotton & Cane”.

There’s new material from Ezra Furman, Cowboy Flying Saucer, Drahala, The Harmaleighs, Ex Hex and Richard Hawley.

Also on the podcast there’s Rose Ette, Worst Place, The Catenary Wires, Lambchop, Marissa Nadler, Mac DeMarco and Lucy Rose.

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SCARED TO DANCE PODCAST #89

We’re back with our new music podcast featuring our pick of tracks from the past month.

Hatchie releases her debut album Keepsake on Heavenly Recordings this summer and we kick off with the lead single “Without a Blush”.

The National return with “You Had Your Soul With You” taken from their forthcoming I Am Easy to Find LP and we have the excellent new tracks from Mammoth Penguins and Witching Waves.

Elva is a new venture from Elizabeth Morris of Allo Darlin’ and Ola Innset of Making Marks and Sunturns. We have their first song “Athens” alongside Laura Stevenson and Anna Burch.

Edwyn Collins is set to put out his ninth solo album this month and we lift “Outside” from that plus Foundlings, Hanya and Jeremy Tuplin.

There’s also new material from Teenage Fanclub, Bill Ryder-Jones, Robert Rotifer and Holiday Ghosts.

Also on the podcast there’s Siobhan Wilson, Sad Girls Aquatics Club, We Are All & Alex Kapranos, Two Tribes and Johnny Marr.

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