Conor Behan: Weds 13th Sept Playlist
Catch up on tunes from the show and some top quality music reads!
Halfway through the week and I’m taking stock on the show tonight, squeezing some recent faves from my playlists! Here’s the full list and scroll down for some interesting interviews, articles and news bits on acts played on the show tonight!
Jodie Abacus – I’ll Be That Friend
All Tvvins – Book
Banks – Gemini Feed
GTA & What So Not – Feel It
Laplsey – Operator (DJ Koze Edit)
Diana Gordon – Woman
Amber Mark – Way Back
Tinashe – Superlove
Soulé – Love No More
Wallis Bird – Control
Allie X – All The Rage
Bon Iver – 33 God
Warpaint – New Song
James Hersey – Miss You
Lady Gaga – Perfect Illusion
CRX – Ways To Fake It
VÉRITÉ – Somebody Else
Sia feat. Kendrick Lamar – The Greatest
Rihanna – Love On The Brain
Rusangano Family – Soul Food
Years & Years – Meteorite
Kate Tempest – Don’t Fall In
Britney Spears – Just Luv Me
Carly Rae Jepsen – Higher
How To Dress Well – What’s Up
Royksopp – Never Ever
Kanye West – Fade
Banks on album 2
I’m SO excited about Banks’ album Altar, her 2nd LP, which is due on Sept 30. Goddess was a brilliant gloomy pop album and there’s every indication she’ll do something similar on album 2. Check out her recent chat with iD for more on the album (gorgeous photos too). This interview is also quite insightful.
Diana Gordon on Beyoncé, songwriting and more
Been playing Diana Gordon’s belter of a tune Woman a lot and her background on how she ended up writing for Beyoncé’s Lemonade album is fascinating. This recent Entertainment Weekly piece with her touches a lot on her fascinating musical journey.
Soulé talks new single
I’m properly obsessed with this new Irish talent. Love No More is such a banger. Check out this rather great interview with 2XM’s Tara Stewart about her music. And don’t miss the video for Love No More, it’s gorgeous:
Allie X on pop domination
I raved about the video for Allie X’s latest banger All The Rage on this site already this week! If you’d like some insight into the mind of this future pop superstar, this interview from last month with music site The 405 is a really great place to start.
Carly Rae is a critical darling
Been playing Carly Rae Jepsen quite a bit the last 2 weeks. This review of her new EP Emotion Side B from the New Yorker (!) is a good sum up of her new found cult pop fandom and critical acclaim. Take that music snobs!
Thanks for listening this week and for your feedback, I’ll see you on air from 8pm tomorrow night.