New music including Kate Boy, FIDLAR, Ryn Weaver and The Arcs on this week’s West Of The Fields podcast

New tracks from Everything Everything and Wavves and Cloud Nothings debuted on the show this week, while the retro alternative section focused on college rock and New Wave classics from the year 1982. Here’s the tracklist for the full show:

West Of The Fields June 29, 2015

  • R.E.M.- Try Not To Breathe
  • Kate Boy- Midnight Sun
  • Robyn and La Bagatelle Magique- Love Is Free (feat. Maluca)
  • Neon Indian- Annie
  • Everything Everything- Distant Past
  • Foals- What Went Down
  • The Maccabees- Something Like Happiness
  • Wavves and Cloud Nothings- No Life For Me
  • FIDLAR- 40oz. On Repeat
  • Health- Stonefist
  • Wolf Alice- Lisbon
  • Beck- Dreams
  • Ratatat- Abrasive
  • Jamie xx- The Rest Is Noise
  • Bully- Trying
  • The Arcs- Outta My Mind
  • The Vaccines- Denial
  • Duran Duran- Save A Prayer
  • Simple Minds- Someone Somewhere In Summertime
  • Talk Talk- Today
  • Yaz- Don’t Go
  • Depeche Mode- Leave In Silence
  • Oingo Boingo- Grey Matter
  • Gang Of Four- I Love A Man In A Uniform
  • The Clash- Straight To Hell
  • Roxy Music- Take A Chance With Me
  • Kate Bush- Sat In Your Lap
  • Siouxsie & The Banshees- Slowdive
  • Cocteau Twins- Blind Dumb Deaf
  • Class Actress- The Limit
  • Shamir- Youth
  • Little Boots- No Pressure
  • MS MR- How Does It Feel
  • Ryn Weaver- Pierre
  • Florence + The Machine- Hiding
  • Ducktails- Into The Sky
  • Widowspeak- Girls
  • Tame Impala- ‘Cause I’m A Man
  • Sharon Van Etten- Tell Me (live)
  • Bully- Milkman
  • Wolf Alice- Fluffy
  • Hælos- Earth Not Above
  • Metric- Cascades
  • Mew- Water Slides
  • R.E.M.- Gardening At Night (Live at the Olympia)


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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.