New music including Foxes, Chromeo, Skrillex and Jessica Lea Mayfield on this week’s West Of The Fields podcast

This week’s show included new music from MØ and Broods, as well as a retro set featuring proto-punk, garage rock and krautrock in honor of the passing of Gary Burger of The Monks and Scott Asheton of The Stooges. Here’s the tracklist for the full show:

West Of The Fields March 17, 2014

  • R.E.M.- Imitation Of Life
  • Foxes- Let Go For Tonight
  • MØ- Walk This Way
  • Broods- Bridges
  • Skrillex- Recess (feat. Michael Angelakos, Kill The Noise and Fatman Scoop)
  • Taylor Swift- I Knew You Were Trouble
  • Haim- Falling
  • Jessica Lea Mayfield- I Wanna Love You
  • Sharon Van Etten- Taking Chances
  • Angel Olsen- Forgiven/Forgotten
  • How To Dress Well- Words I Don’t Remember
  • Banks- Brain
  • MØ- Dust Is Gone
  • Chromeo- Jealous (I Ain’t With It)
  • Coldplay- Magic
  • Damon Albarn- Lonely Press Play
  • Wild Beasts- A Simple Beautiful Truth
  • M83- I Need You
  • Phantogram- Black Out Days
  • Dum Dum Girls- Lost Boys And Girls Club
  • The Monks- I Hate You
  • The Sonics- Witch
  • Love- 7 And 7 Is
  • The United States Of America- Hard Coming Love
  • The Seeds- Can’t Seem To Make You Mine
  • The Modern Lovers- Astral Plane
  • New York Dolls- Looking For A Kiss
  • Can- Paperhouse
  • Neu!- Hero
  • The Stooges- Gimme Danger
  • Cloud Nothings- No Thoughts
  • Eagulls- Nerve Endings
  • The Men- Another Night
  • The War On Drugs- Under The Pressure
  • Beck- Don’t Let It Go
  • Real Estate- Horizon
  • St. Vincent- Rattlesnake
  • Liars- Pro Anti Anti
  • Big Data- Dangerous (feat. Joywave)
  • Metric- Synthetica
  • Broods- Coattails
  • Lorde- Tennis Court
  • MØ- No Mythologies To Follow
  • The Colourist- The Further
  • R.E.M.- Welcome To The Occupation

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Travis Gass

About Travis Gass

I'm an editor on the Digital Desk at the Bangor Daily News. I'm also the host of West Of The Fields, a college radio show that has aired continuously on UMaine's WMEB 91.9 FM since 1998.