New music including Chvrches, Lana Del Rey, Years & Years and Wavves on this week’s West Of The Fields podcast

New tracks from Empress Of, Alice Glass, The Chemical Brothers and M.I.A. debuted on the show this week, while the retro alternative set collected some of the best music from the year 1983. Here’s the tracklist for the full show:

West Of The Fields July 20, 2015

  • R.E.M.- Alligator_Aviator_Autopilot_Antimatter
  • Chvrches- Leave A Trace
  • Alex Winston- Dead End
  • Empress Of- Kitty Kat
  • Alice Glass- Stillbirth
  • Crystal Castles- Deicide
  • Health- Stonefist
  • The Chemical Brothers- Born In The Echoes (feat. Cate Le Bon)
  • U.S. Girls- Women’s Work
  • M.I.A.- Swords
  • Lana Del Rey- Honeymoon
  • Julia Holter- Feel You
  • Beach House- Sparks
  • Tame Impala- The Moment
  • Beck- Dreams
  • Delorean- Crystal
  • Years & Years- Shine
  • Wilco- Taste The Ceiling
  • Ducktails- Surreal Exposure
  • Youth Lagoon- The Knower
  • Talking Heads- Slippery People
  • Ministry- I Wanted To Tell Her
  • The Police- Synchronicity I
  • Thomas Dolby- Europa And The Pirate Twins
  • New Order- Age Of Consent
  • Cocteau Twins- My Love Paramour
  • Brian Eno- Always Returning
  • The The- This Is The Day
  • Elvis Costello & The Attractions- Everyday I Write The Book
  • David Bowie- Modern Love
  • Pylon- Crazy
  • MS MR- Criminals
  • Shura- White Light
  • Little Boots- Paradise
  • Kate Boy- Midnight Sun
  • FIDLAR- West Coast
  • Wavves- Way Too Much
  • Bully- Too Tough
  • Yuck- Hold Me Closer
  • Westkust- Jonna
  • Wolf Alice- Turn To Dust
  • Ratatat- Nightclub Amnesia
  • Santigold- Radio
  • Tame Impala- New Person, Same Old Mistakes
  • Foals- Mountain At My Gates
  • The Arcs- Outta My Mind
  • The Chemical Brothers- Wide Open (feat. Beck)
  • R.E.M.- White Tornado

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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.