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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SCARED TO DANCE PODCAST #88

We start 2019 with the our pick of the best songs from the past month on our new music podcast.

Sacred Paws are back with a new album and we have the first single “Brush Your Hair”.

Wild Nothing, the dream pop project of Jack Tatum, release the stand alone “Blue Wings” and we lift “Hope Springs” from the debut Secret Power EP.

The Wave Pictures continue their string of excellent singles with “Shelly” out now on Moshi Moshi Records and there’s the majestic new tracks from Rozi Plain and Lucy Rose.

Jeremy Warmsley is writing and recording twelve tracks throughout the year, one for every month of the year and we have “January”.

Girlpool put out “What Chaos Is Imaginary” and the Protection Spells release “Bleed Through Sheet” alongside the latest from Beirut, Lambchop and Anteloper.

Also on the podcast there’s We Show Up On Radar, Store Front, Julia Meijer, Abjects, Interpol, Molar, Ex Hex and Du Blonde.

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SCARED TO DANCE PODCAST #87

Our new music podcast returns as we pick our favourite tracks from the past month.

Courtney Barnett releases “Crippling Self Doubt and a General Lack of Confidence” from Tell Me How You Really Feel.

We lift “Staying Up Late” from the Cheerbleederz Faceplant EP out now on Alcopop! Records and Austin-based trio Fanclub put out the excellent “Stranger”.

The colloboration between Baxter Dury, Etienne de Crécy and Delilah Holliday continues with “Walk Away” and Charlotte Gainsbourg returns with the superb “Such a Remarkable Day”.

Broken Bells are back for the first time in three years with the standalone “Shelter” alongside the latest from Whitelands, Thom Yorke, Ex:Re, Jeremy Tuplin and Jenny Moore’s Mystic Business.

Also on the podcast there’s Julia Holter, Kurt Vile, Dan Mangan, Juliana Hatfield, Our Girl, Gold Baby, Redford, Hollow Hand and J Fernandez.

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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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