The Earful Episode 32

Welcome everyone to THE EARFUL!. If you've never tuned in before we are a music countdown show from the minds over at OH NO RADIO SHOW hosted by Tom Barile and Ty Whicher. This bonus show features 12 tracks every week of some of our favorite music new and old. Maybe you've heard some stuff and maybe you haven't so we hope to supply a healthty dose of jams for our audience every week to keep that daily soundtrack on point. If you're listening to anything we should be please make sure to hit us up over at our Facebook Page and drop us a track! Also all our episodes playlists are available to stream over at our SPOTIFY PLAYLISTS!! Enjoy and Cheers to those Ears!!

Tracks played on this episode of The EARFUL:

Top of the show - “Wallflower” by Northeast party House- 2016

Northeast Party House are a 6 piece band from Melbourne, Australia.

 1 - Misun- “Eli Eli” -  off Superstitions - 2014

 Misun (pronounced 'me-sun') is undeniably energetic and catchy. The band transcends traditional Pop as they effortlessly blend 60's Rock & Roll nostalgia with Electronic Dance, Hip-Hop, World music and Speghetti Western. 

 2 - Tune-Yards  - “Honesty” - off I can feel you creep into my private life- 2018

 Tune-Yards is the music project of New England native Merrill Garbus. Garbus’s music draws from an eclectic variety of sources and utilizes elements such as loop pedals, ukulele, vocals, and lo-fi percussion, in addition to electric bass 

 3- BLOWSOM -  “Opera” - off Opera - Single - 2017

Producer, Author, Composer and Performer from Paris France…

 4- De Lux -  “Cause for Concern” off More Disco Songs About Love - 2018

 De Lux is a Los Angeles-based post-disco musical duo consisting of Sean Guerin and Isaac Franco. Guerin and Franco began creating music together at the age of 15.

 5- Evening Glow - “Love Tonight” - off Perfect Harmony EP - 2017

 Based in the Western Suburbs, Evening Glow combines Lo-Fi garage rock with experimental dream-pop.

 6- Bootsy Collins - “Bass-Rigged-System (feat. Victor Wooten, Stanley Clarke, Manou Gallo, Alissia Benveniste & World-Wide-Funkdrive)” - off World Wide Funk - 2017

William Earl "Bootsy" Collins (born October 26, 1951) is an American musician and singer-songwriter. Rising to prominence with James Brown in the early 1970s, and later with Parliament-Funkadelic, Collins's driving bass guitar and humorous vocals established him as one of the leading names in funk. 

 7- Bee Bee Sea - “Sonic Boomerang” - off Sonic Boomerang - 2017

Hailing from the small city of Castel Goffredo in Northern Italy, trio Bee Bee Sea have been cranking out spirited garage-psych for a few years now and have toured with Thee Oh Sees, Black Lips, Night Beats, and King Khan & the Shrines. 

8- Jessy Lanza - “It Means I Love You” off  Oh No - 2016

Jessy Lanza is a Canadian electronic songwriter, producer, and vocalist from Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. 

9 - Monster Rally - “Sunny Sloth” - off  Flowering Jungle - 2017

“Monster Rally is the brainchild of Cleveland native Ted Feighan. Producing music that is sampled-based tropical pop, Monster Rally began with the goal of assembling a bunch of old records into a completely different beast. Feighan began crafting tracks from his collection of records, combining his interests in Hip-hop, Exotica, Tropicalia, and Soul. Monster Rally creates tracks that manage to maintain a surprisingly organic sound, as if they were recorded by a full band on analog tape. There is something inherently nostalgic about the sound.”

 10- The Submarines - “1940 (AmpLive Remix)” - off Honeysuckle Remixes - 2010

The Submarines are an American indie rock band from Los Angeles.

11 - Melt Yourself Down - “We Are Enough” off Melt Yourself Down- 2013

Melt Yourself Down are a London-based band who incorporate elements of North African musical styles, punk, jazz and funk.

12 - Kadhja Bonet -  “Honeycomb” off The Visitor - 2016

(sounds like) Kad-ya was born in 1784 in the backseat of a sea-foam green space pinto. After spending an extraordinarily long time in her mothers plasma, she discovered the joys and gratifications of making noise with her hands and face while traveling at maximum velocity through intergalactic jungle quadrants. She is currently arranging her debut album, and hopes you will join her on a journey“


 Favorite 80’s Casio Jam

 Tom - Noel - Silent Morning -

 Ty -KANS 1995? - You Need Dick In Yo Life -

Make sure to check out all the past episodes of THE EARFUL over at OUR PAGE RIGHT HERE! Stay tuned for future episodes and make sure to check out these artists online if you liked any of the tracks you heard on today's show. Also if there are songs, artists or albums you think we should be listening to please leave them over on our Facebook Page and all of our episodes have accompanied SPOTIFY PLAYLISTS!! Check em' out!


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