5 Songs We Can't Stop Listening To with guests David Gray and Lady Lamb

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1. David Gray picks "Watch Me Get Married" by Bill Callahan

David Gray started his career in the early '90s, when he released the album "White Ladder" that just blew up. Eventually, it became the fifth best selling album of the 2000s in the UK. He has had hits including "This Year's Love,""Babylon,"  and his most recent song that we've been playing, "A Tight Ship."

Justin Barney: David, what song is on pause on your phone right now?

David Gray: It's Bill Callahan's latest record, "Shepherd in a Sheepskin Vest." Catchy little title, that would be rocketing to the top of the best sellers list.

Justin Barney: It is a great record.

David Gray: I love Bill, and every time he does something it cheers me up. He's the best, as far as I'm concerned. He's out there on his own.

Justin Barney: What do you think makes Bill Callahan stand out for doing what he does?

David Gray: I love the gentle way that he pries songwriting open by going on tangents outside of songwriting. It's quite odd, some of it, and some of it's more straightforward.

He's more like a short story writer to me. He reminds me of Raymond Carver and Paul Auster, those sort of people. There's a lot of humor there and there's a lot of depth as well.

He makes absolutely beautiful observations. On the last record, "Dream River": "The only two words I've said today are 'beer' and 'thank you,'" then he just says, "beer, thank you, beer, thank you" and this goes on for a while during the song. Then he's sitting in the hotel bar, "Gazing out a window / That isn't there." It's just these lovely little lines. And the wind starts to blow in the song and something starts banging off the scaffold outside, and then "the wind finds something to ping." He goes down these corridors that no one would ever go down, and he finds these beautiful little metaphors.

I find him so alive to possibilities, and also plowing a furrow that no one's gone near.

2. Justin Barney picks "Divorce" by Alex Cameron

Alex Cameron, for a while, had this persona of a sleazeball '80s pop star. On this new record he has shed the "persona" but, as Kurt Vonnegut used to say, "We are what we pretend to be." And, honestly, there isn't much of a difference. Cameron talks very luridly about sex, religion, free speech and just about every other topic that you aren't really supposed to be talking about. Which is what makes him such a fascinating musician in 2019.

If art is about breaking the rules, Alex Cameron has broken every one.

Here is a banger from his new album where he begs for a divorce. It's called "Divorce."

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3. Lady Lamb picks "Back, Baby" by Jessica Pratt

Our guest today is Lady Lamb. Lady Lamb is Aly Spoltcho. She used to be Lady Lamb the Beekeeper. She is from Brunswick Maine and has released three albums. Her most recent "Even in the Tremor," which we have been playing on 88Nine.

Justin Barney: This is the first time that I am trying this with somebody who is on their cell phone. What song is on pause right now on your phone.

Lady Lamb: Oh my gosh, hold on one second. Right now, I was just listening to Jessica Pratt a song called "Back Baby."

Justin Barney: How did you discover Jessica Pratt?

Lady Lamb: I actually discovered her in Spain actually. I was doing a tour there in 2014 or 2015 and the promoters who were driving me around for the week and I was spending the whole week with them became good friends of mine and they put her on in the car and so at first she became my soundtrack in Spain and I listened to her that whole week and have just been a fan since.

Justin Barney: Do you then every time you hear it think of Spain?

Lady Lamb: I do, I do. I think about a particular drive in the center of the country so of around Madrid in kind of a desert area. And I think about this on rest stop in Spain that was so interesting and different from what I'm used to because they had like a buffet in the restaurant, like that was what you could eat there. There wasn't like snacks and stuff it was this walk up buffet that was Spanish food, but it was in particular this dish that they eat that is rice with sausage and an egg on top.

Justin Barney: That sounds awesome

Lady Lamb: And if I remember correctly they ate that with ketchup. It was just like a plate of rice and an egg and meat and ketchup. That is the proudest tie to that memory somehow.

4. Al Barney picks "Hold Me Before I'm Gone Forever" by  Reina del Cid

I'm here with my Dad. We always come on around Father's Day, and we're a little late, but here we are.

Justin Barney: Dad, what is one song you can't stop listening to?

Al Barney: One song I can't stop listening to is "Hold Me Before I'm Gone Forever" by Reina del Cid.

Justin Barney: I know that you love Reina del Cid.

Al Barney: Yes, I do.

Justin Barney: Can you tell me about Reina del Cid first, about how you discovered them and why you like them?

Al Barney: I stumbled on to her on a YouTube thing. I remember seeing a picture of her and her guitar player, Toni, and the song was "Tupelo Honey." I listened to it, and they weren't great. The thing I liked about it was, she was like, "Hey, I'm Reina del Cid, and this is how I sing 'Tupelo Honey.'"

Justin Barney: Tell me about this song.

Al Barney: I remember this time about a year ago -- my younger brother Brian, your uncle, he died suddenly about 10 years ago, and he has two daughters, my nieces Tarissa and Jessica. And around that time, their lives were exploding with so many great things. With everything they were doing, their jobs, their travels, they were going places and doing things. It was incredible, and I just thought, my brother would be so proud of his girls at this time. Then I remember hearing this song. My brother, he was a rock-and-roller, and he died suddenly on the road in Chicago and never got to say goodbye. When I hear Reina del Cid, I can hear my brother singing to his girls.

5. Justin Barney picks "Thank Me Later" by Anna of the North

Of the North in Anna of The North's name, refers to Norway where she is from. Could have fooled me though cause this sounds like the Chicago south side to me. The horns and hype in this song make it sound like it could be a Chance the Rapper B-side, it's got that double dutch feel of early Jamila Woods, it's even got kids singing in the background like it could be recorded on a playground or something like that. It's so fresh and so fun.

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5 Songs We Can't Stop Listening To with guests Better Oblivion Community Center and Maverick Sabre

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1. Better Oblivion Community Center picks "Scorpio Rising" by Soccer Mommy

Better Oblivion Community Center is Conor Oberst and Phoebe Bridgers, two of my favorite musicians. Conor Oberst was in the band Bright Eyes and had a long solo career, and Phoebe Bridgers is also one of the greatest songwriters making music right now. Combined, they released a surprise album earlier this year, called "Better Oblivion Community Center." We have been playing the songs "Dylan Thomas" and "My City" from that album.

Justin Barney: I want to talk about what music y'all are listening to. Since we've got both of you, I was thinking, if there was a musical Venn diagram of both of you, what is the artist that is in the middle of that Venn diagram?

Phoebe Bridgers: I feel like the large majority of our taste, except for maybe The Doors, are way outside. But I think Soccer Mommy falls directly in the middle for both of us.

Conor Oberst: I feel like we have pretty similar taste in a lot of music.

Phoebe Bridgers: Our "roots" are pretty much the exact same.

Justin Barney: I really like Soccer Mommy, because that's a newer one in the Venn diagram.

Phoebe Bridgers: Totally.

Justin Barney: Can you each individually explain what you like about Soccer Mommy?

Conor Oberst: She writes amazing songs and her voice is extremely recognizable and unique. They're a great band, too, I just think her songwriting is really top notch.

Phoebe Bridgers: Sophie's voice is as far from musical theater as you could possibly be. She's not italicizing the subtext, she's just throwing away these very hard-hitting lines.

Conor Oberst: The delivery is super casual, which makes it cooler.

Justin Barney: Could we focus in on one song?

Phoebe Bridgers: My favorite is probably "Scorpio Rising."

Conor Oberst: That's it. We almost covered that song the other day, but we didn't quite get it together.

Justin Barney: Really?

Conor Oberst: We were going to play it in Nashville, where they live, but it was a hectic couple of days before that, so we didn't have time to learn it.

Phoebe Bridgers: We didn't have time to do it justice. The lyrics are crazy and the production is awesome. It's definitely is one of those songs for me where it's the same three chords that I play all the time, and I convince myself every time I sit down to write a song that there are no more songs to be written with them. It's an immediate classic, and a "why didn't I think of that" song for me.

Justin Barney: What is "Scorpio Rising" about?

Phoebe Bridgers: In literal terms, it's about being with someone who gave you attention and then they are taking it away for someone else. But, I think on a deeper level, it's about the way the writer, Sophie, is. The way that she intakes information, and why she is the way that she is. And it's about astrology, a little bit.

Conor Oberst: The line that references it is about her parents, right? I don't know much about astrology, but apparently Scorpio is kind of a gnarly sign.

Phoebe Bridgers: It is a gnarly sign.

Conor Oberst: People end up being -- not necessarily evil, but...

Phoebe Bridgers: Vindictive.

Conor Oberst: Born under a bad sign, I guess, Scorpios, unfortunately.

2. Justin Barney picks "The Grind" by Remo Drive

Falling out of love is one of the most difficult emotions to deal with. But one that songs deal with really well. And falling out of love doesn't necessarily mean this romantic L-O-V-E love. I love a lot of things. I love my job, my friends, traveling. But what if your job, your friends, and traveling are your job? That's what being in a band is. That love, like any love, can fade. And that's what this song is about.

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3. Maverick Sabre picks 'I Wanna Be Adored" by The Stone Roses

Maverick Sabre spent his youth in Ireland and then moved to London. He is a big part of the London music scene. We have been playing his song "Slow Down" featuring Jorja Smith.

Justin Barney: What's the last song that has been stuck in your head?

Maverick Sabre: The last song that's been stuck in my head was The Stone Roses' "I Wanna Be Adored."

Justin Barney: Why that song?

Maverick Sabre: The feeling of it sonically and the lyrics. One of the lyrics is, "I don't have to sell my soul / He's already in me." The lyrics capture how I feel, and sonically, every time I hear it, it takes me away into a world for a minute. I don't know if it's escapism, I don't know what it is. It brings my mind somewhere else for the couple of minutes that it's playing.

Justin Barney: How old where you when you first discovered The Stone Roses?

I was about 18 when I really got into The Stone Roses. I was always, and still am now, a big hip-hop fan. Hip-hop and reggae took up my years from 12 to 18 and still do. I was always a big fan of Oasis, and through Oasis I got into The Stone Roses and Happy Mondays. Through there I got into The Smiths and loads of other different bands.

Justin Barney: Where were you living at that time?

Maverick Sabre: I was home. I moved back to London when I was 17 from Ireland, and I was living between friend's houses and family houses. I was discovering London for the first time as a 17 year old.

Justin Barney: Sounds like fun.

Maverick Sabre: It was a lot of fun. It definitely was.

4. Dori Zori picks "Dig Me Out" by Sleater-Kinney

Justin Barney: I am here with our morning host Dori Zori. Dori what is one song you can't stop listening to?

Dori Zori: Well, last week it was announced that Sleater-Kinney is coming back to town. Riverside Theater Oct. 16. They are one of my all-time-favorite-bands. We've been playing their new song but it's really sparked a re-love affair with one of their albums called "Dig Me Out" that came out in the late '90s.

I love Sleater-Kinney because they are a bunch of rockin' girls that are kind of on the punk rock side of things. Their voices aren't these beautiful songstresses. They are full of power. Sometimes they almost seem off-key and the lyrics and stuff they write about just really hit home for me.  They made me feel my own personal power as a lady.  

5. Justin Barney picks "SPEEDBOAT" by Denzel Curry

This song is a prayer. For God to watch over all his people.

It's an origin story of a young kid fining his way out through writing.  

It is an escape route from, and also an ode to Carol City South Florida.

It's a eulogy to his brother and rapper XXXTentacion who was shot and killed last year. And a promise that Denzel Curry will live on.

It's a kind of a big statement song done in a simple way.

It's also fun as hell. Try not saying swish to the end of every sentence today.

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5 Songs We Can't Stop Listening To with guest Johnny Marr

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1. Johnny Marr picks "Juice" by Lizzo

Johnny Marr could be the greatest living guitarist. He was guitarist for The Smiths. He was also in Modest Mouse and The Pretenders. He's also had a fantastic solo career and we play a lot of his music including his most recent single, "Armatopia." My guest today is living legend, Johnny Marr.

Justin Barney: Johnny, what's one song you can't stop listening to?

Johnny Marr: You know, it might surprise some people, but have you heard that song called, "Juice" by Lizzo?

Justin Barney: Oh my god! Yeah, I saw her perform it at South By it was NUTS.

Johnny Marr: Yeeeees. You know, every so often a real kind of right-across-the-board, undeniable, great, what I call "pop" record comes along.

It reminds me of, like, Outkast, "Hey Ya!" You know? You first hear "Hey Ya!" you're like, "Whoaaaaaaa." This really does tick a lot of the boxes. So, yeah man, that Lizzo song is great.

2. Julia Jacklin picks "Everyday" by Weyes Blood

My guest today is Julia Jacklin. Julia Jacklin is Australian born singer who has just released the album "Crushing" and it is crushing. It is a fantastic album that is full of personal stories and also just has this really beautiful sound to go along with her voice. We've been playing her song "Head Alone" and I set up this interview last week because she was in New Zealand, so she is a day ahead of us, bit of a time difference and we recorded it then. My guest today is Julia Jacklin.

Justin Barney: What I want to do is learn a little bit more about you and the kind of music that you're listening to. What is the last song that you really dove deep into and couldn't get off your head?

Julia Jacklin: Oh, probably the new Weyes Blood song "Everyday."

Justin Barney: I love that song too! It came out and I was like, "Wow, this is something else."

Julia Jacklin: Yeah.

Justin Barney: What do you like about it?

Julia Jacklin: It's one of those songs where I heard it and I was like, "Oh, that's cool," and then I watched the music video and played it again. I was like, "Damn that's good." And every time I listen to it I'm like, "Oh, that's an incredible song."

It's just one of those songs that hit me and made me go, "Ahhh, I want to write more songs." I haven't felt that in a while, I've felt pretty, "Oh gosh, I don't know if I ever will write a song again." It's very tiring and then I heard this song and I was like, "I love writing songs!"


Justin Barney: Yeah, that's great!

3. Andrew Bird picks "Chickasaw County Child" by Bobbie Gentry

Our guest today is Andrew Bird. Andrew Bird has been making thoughtful and delightful music for over a decade. His newest album is called, "My Finest Work Yet" and I've got to say I agree with him. It is funny, it is thoughtful, it is witty, it is excellent. We've been playing the song "Sisyphus" from the album. Andrew Bird is also coming to town. My guest today is Andrew Bird.

Justin Barney: Andrew, what is one song that you can't stop listening to?

Andrew Bird: Uh, Bobbie Gentry's "Chickasaw County Child."

Justin Barney: And who is Bobbie Gentry? I honestly don't know.

Andrew Bird: Bobbie Gentry had some hits in the  mid to late '60s. She's an amazing guitarist and singer. She wrote "Ode to Billie Joe" which is her most famous tune. But then there's this tune, "Chickasaw County Child" which from a song writing point of view it's really cool how she works the syllables on it. Like it's, "Papa won't you let me go to town... with you. Bum bum... Feeling so down... and blue."

It's just a really interesting song and the production and the arrangements are just out of this world. You can tell she's playing live. Which, of course I appreciate. She's just playing guitar and singing and then you hear the bass, upright bass behind her. You can hear spatially what's going on in the room and then there's this harmonica that was pervasive in the late '60s, early '70s and these horn blasts that just kind of pop out of nowhere.

It's just something that you could not possibly ever recreate and I'm kind of into that.

Justin Barney: I love that. Um, what's the song about?

Andrew Bird: It's just her, I think she grew up in um rural Mississippi. It's her as a child begging her father to take her to town and all the things that she would get him to buy her.

4. American Football's Mike Kinsella picks "It's Okay" by Land of Talk

Our guest today is Mike Kinsella, lead singer of American Football. American Football is band that was formed in Urbana, Ill., in 1997. In 1999, they released their self-titled album which has become a cult classic. It was kind of responsible for starting the genre of emo. It was right at the beginning there and they have continued to be extremely important artist, not only in the genre but in music at large.

Mike Kinsella also has ties to Milwaukee with the band Promise Ring and he toured with Maritime as well. American football just released their third self-titled album, "American Football." My guest today is Mike Kinsella, lead singer of American Football.

Justin Barney: Mike, what's one song you have been listening to a lot recently?

Mike Kinsella: The band Land of Talk who, Elizabeth sings on one of the songs on the new record, what's it called ... [laughs] Oh yeah, "Its Okay" is the song that I find myself going back to every couple of weeks sort of like whenever I have alone time and I'm not sort of, doing chores around the house or something and I have time to reflect, it's my go-to song.

Justin Barney: What do you like about the structure of the song or how it sounds?

Mike Kinsella: It sounds like it was painful to record even, like her voice on it.. There's a moment, it's just a couple bars on the song, you just hear her exhale, sort of in like.. Ahh it's unbelievable, it's crushing. It's like you put mics in front of her and somebody is gonna make you document this thing you don't even want to sing about. That's how much it hurts. Yeah, it's incredible.

5. Sharon Van Etten picks "Gladly" by Tirzah

Our guest today is Sharon Van Etten. She is a singer from New Jersey who's just released this incredible string of albums: "Tramp" in 2012, "Are We There" in 2014 and her new album "Remind Me Tomorrow" is out now on Jagjaguwar. We've been playing her song "Comeback Kid" on 88Nine.

Justin Barney: Sharon, what's the last song that you couldn't stop listening to?

Sharon Van Etten: The last song I couldn't stop listening to... there's been a handful but I guess, do you know Tirzah?

Justin Barney: I do not.

Sharon Van Etten: She has a song called "Gladly."  I think she is or she's about to be a new mama and I think she's from from the UK. That song "Gladly" has just been in my head.

Justin Barney: What do you like about it?

Sharon Van Etten: It's got a cool beat, but it's super minimal and you can hear the nuances in her voice and her phrasing and it's optimistic but it's kind of heavy. It's a feel good song with a deceptively simple riff. I don't know, it's just a good jam.

  • Check our full interview with Sharon Van Etten here.
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5 Songs We Can't Stop Listening To with guests George Clinton and Brother Ali

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1. George Clinton picks "More" by Flying Lotus feat. Anderson .Paak

Our guest today is George Clinton. George Clinton is an icon. In the '70s he was the bandleader of Parliament-Funkadelic and is basically responsible for inventing funk music. He will be in Milwaukee this Thursday, playing at the Miller Highlife Theater on the "One Nation Under A Groove" tour with Fishbone, Galactic and Miss Velvet and the Blue Wolf. George Clinton has been inducted into the Rock 'N Roll Hall of Fame, he's been given a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award and he is a legend. My guest today is George Clinton.

Justin Barney: George, what is one song that you can't stop listening to?

George Clinton: One song I can't stop listening to? I guess it's going to be, it's a new album by Flying Lotus.

Justin Barney: Oooh!

George Clinton: And Anderson .Paak is on there.

Justin Barney: Yes, the new song from Anderson .Paak and Flying Lotus. How did you hear that album or that song?

George Clinton: I'm on one of the songs on his album and it's "Burning Down the House."

Justin Barney: We haven't heard that out because it's not out. What is Flying Lotus like? What's it like working with him?

George Clinton: Oh cool, it's lit. I mean, it's like we are all Funkadelic when we first met Bootsy and Bernie and all of the guys. They have a crew like that, a bunch of musicians that's having a lot of fun. You know, the Kendrick Lamar crew and all of them are from that Los Angeles music scene. They really hyped right now, that's why I like working with them. They all are doing a lot of good music.

Justin Barney: Yeah. So then "More" the song by Flying Lotus and Anderson .Paak what do you like about that song? What do you think they are doing?

George Clinton: The whole thing is like slick, immersing the hip-hop and the jazz. You know, kind of like what we did with the funk. You know "Make My Funk The P.Funk" and "Chocolate City." We kind of mixed jazz with funky music and came up with P-Funk. They are kind of doing the same thing with hip-hop. So that's the new sound they are coming up with.

2. Justin Barney picks "Forest Lawn" by Better Oblivion Community Center

One song that I can't stop listening to is "Forest Lawn" by Better Oblivion Community Center. I've been listening to this Better Oblivion album just non-stop. I'm not sure why I'm so surprised that I love it so much. It is Conor Oberst, who I love, and Phoebe Bridgers, who I'm also a fan of. But I think they really kind of build on each other's strengths and they are great at each other's parts.

Anyway, I've been listening to this album non-stop and there's this song toward the end called "Forest Lawn," and "Forest Lawn" starts with a line, "You used to sing with a straight face "Que Sera, Sera" and I knew that there is a reference to "Que Sera, Sera" but in my head I was I know that song but I'm not totally sure, I couldn't tell you off the top of my head who sings it. Then I was listening to Fresh Air with Terry Gross and Terry was interviewing Howard Stern. It was an amazing interview. An interviewer interviewing an interviewer! That is my heart!

So I'm listening to this interview and at the end of the interview, Terry Gross tacked on this conversation with Doris Day because Doris Day passed away recently and so she tacked on this interview. They talked about Doris Day's most famous song "Que Sera, Sera."

It was one of those musical moments where it's just all the stars are aligning. I've been obsessed with this song that has a reference to this song, to this musician who just passed away, and then it just came together through sideways through Terry Gross and through Fresh Air. Que, sera, sera.

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3. Brother Ali picks "Binz" by Solonge

My guest today is Brother Ali. Brother Ali has been part of this underground hip-hop scene since 1998. In addition to being a musician, he is an activist and a producer. He's been part of the Rhymesayers crew in Minneapolis, Minnesota for some time. We've been playing his new song "Sensitive" on 88Nine. My guest today is Brother Ali.

Justin Barney: Ali, what's the last song that's really got stuck in your head, was really drilled in there?

Brother Ali: I don't listen to a whole lot of newer music but I really like Solange has a new album. There's a song in there called "Binz" that I really like.

Justin Barney: So many people connect with Solange. Why do you think that is?

Brother Ali: To me, I think her music is really personal and it shows really genuine. I don't think she needs to compare to her sister although that's a really obvious comparison to make but Beyonce's music is so produced and intentional and she makes amazing pop music but Solange's music has more of an underground feel.

Justin Barney: For sure.

Brother Ali:  I really appreciate it.

Justin Barney: What was the song that you talked about liking?

Brother Ali: It's called "Binz."

Justin Barney: What do you like about that one?

Brother Ali: It sounds like, she kind of made like a lo-fi hip-hop record. It sounds like the whole album was made on the roland SP-404, which is an L.A. beat culture machine they used to do like lo-fi hip-hop production. The whole album kind of has that vibe.

4. Facilities Manager Kyle Heller picks "No Geography" by The Chemical Brothers

Justin Barney: On Thursdays I always ask someone from staff what they are listening to. Today I have Kyle, Kyle what is your title at 88Nine?

Kyle Heller: Facilities Manager.

Justin Barney: What does that mean?

Kyle Heller: That means I manage most things that happen inside the building here at 88Nine and answer everybody's request for help.

Justin Barney: It's pretty good, it's pretty accurate. And what's one song you can't stop listening to?

Kyle Heller: "No Geography" by the Chemical Brothers

Justin Barney: And why do you like this song?

Kyle Heller: Well I grew up listening to the Chemical Brothers they were sort of my introduction to electronic music. Their new album, which is called "No Geography," has this track on it and I just keep listening to it. It's soothing. I love the vocal sample, and it's a great song.

Justin Barney: What do you like about electronic music?

Kyle Heller: Mostly just, I mean I like all sorts of different types of electronic music but a good crunchy synth is a good thing. A good beat, the Chemical Brothers always have a good beat so I've always listened to them but their new album just kind of quintessential them so it's a nice flashback for me.

5. Justin Barney picks "Nervous" by Jonah Yano & BADBADNOTGOOD

This is the final song this week and it is my pick. One song that I can't stop listening to is "Nervous" by Jonah Yano & BADBADNOTGOOD. Are you stressed? There's been a lot of stuff going on. There is a lot of stuff going on all the time. There is a lot to be stressed about. This song is not about stressing out. This song is about relaxing and if you need to relax or just take a second put this on as you get home or as you're driving and just let it go. This is a mood setter and it's a relaxer.

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5 Songs We Can't Stop Listening To with guest Aldous Harding

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5 Songs We Can't Stop Listening To with guests Eels and The Beta Band

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5 Songs We Can't Stop Listening To with guests Nilüfer Yanya and Valerie June

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5 Songs We Can't Stop Listening To with guest Jungle

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