New music including Beck, Health, MS MR and Wolf Alice on this week’s West Of The Fields podcast

I premiered new tracks from Jamie xx and Shamir on the show this week, and we took another long look back at the state of modern rock radio in 1995 as we celebrate the 20th anniversary of perhaps the peak year in alt-rock pop culture. Here’s the tracklist for the full show:

West Of The Fields June 15, 2015

  • R.E.M.- Can’t Get There From Here
  • Beck- Dreams
  • Neon Indian- Annie
  • Hot Chip- Easy To Get
  • Health- Stonefist
  • Hælos- Earth Not Above
  • Jamie xx- Stranger In A Room (feat. Oliver Sims)
  • Wolf Alice- You’re A Germ
  • Spoon- TV Set
  • The Maccabees- Marks To Prove It
  • MS MR- Wrong Victory
  • Class Actress- More Than You
  • Little Boots- Better In The Morning
  • Jamie xx- Obvs
  • Deradoorian- A Beautiful Woman
  • Tame Impala- Eventually
  • Sonic Youth- 100%
  • Metric- The Shade
  • Blur- Ice Cream Man
  • FFS- Dictator’s Son
  • Pearl Jam- I Got Id
  • Mad Season- River Of Deceit
  • Alice In Chains- Grind
  • Live- White, Discussion
  • The Cranberries- Ridiculous Thoughts
  • Alanis Morissette- You Oughta Know
  • Stone Temple Pilots- Unglued
  • Mike Watt- Against The 70’s
  • White Zombie- More Human Than Human
  • David Bowie- The Heart’s Filthy Lesson
  • Blind Melon- Galaxie
  • The Muffs- Sad Tomorrow
  • Weezer- Say It Ain’t So
  • Better Than Ezra- Rosealia
  • Sharon Van Etten- I Always Fall Apart
  • Florence + The Machine- How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful
  • Destroyer- Dream Lover
  • The War On Drugs- Burning
  • My Morning Jacket- Tropics (Erase Traces)
  • The Vaccines- Want U So Bad
  • Shamir- Vegas
  • The Weeknd- Can’t Feel My Face
  • Major Lazer- All My Love (feat. Ariana Grande and Machel Montano) [Remix]
  • R.E.M.- World Leader Pretend

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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.