New music including Lana Del Rey, Kurt Vile, Georgia and Foals on this week’s West Of The Fields podcast

I premiered new tracks from Wilco, Health and Low on the show this week, while the retro alternative set used Spin’s new “95 Best Alternative Rock Songs of 1995” list as a basis for another exploration of that peak year. Here’s the tracklist for the full show:

West Of The Fields August 11, 2015

  • R.E.M.- Stand
  • Lana Del Rey- High By The Beach
  • Chvrches- Leave A Trace
  • Tame Impala- ‘Cause I’m A Man (Haim Remix)
  • Ladyhawke- Vanity
  • White Sea- Stay Young, Get Stoned
  • Shura- White Light
  • Georgia- Digits
  • Empress Of- Kitty Kat
  • Small Black- Boys Life
  • Gwenno- Y Dydd Olaf
  • Robyn and La Bagatelle Magique- Lose Control
  • Little Boots- The Game
  • New Order- Restless
  • Health- Life
  • The Chemical Brothers- I’ll See You There
  • Kyary Pamyu Pamyu- Mondai Girl
  • Chet Faker- 1998 (feat. Banks)
  • MS MR- Tripolar
  • Kurt Vile- Pretty Pimpin
  • Soul Asylum- Misery
  • Counting Crows- Rain King
  • Gin Blossoms- Til I Hear It From You
  • Teenage Fanclub- About You
  • Echobelly- King Of The Kerb
  • Sponge- Molly (Sixteen Candles)
  • Live- All Over You
  • Fugazi- Bed For The Scraping
  • Tricky- Black Steel
  • The Prodigy- Poison
  • Veruca Salt- Number One Blind
  • Bush- Everything Zen
  • Collective Soul- December
  • Foals- A Knife In The Ocean
  • Health- Dark Enough
  • !!!- Sick Ass Moon
  • Beach House- Sparks
  • Widowspeak- Girls
  • Lana Del Rey- Honeymoon
  • Georgia- Nothing Solutions
  • Chad Valley- True
  • Disclosure- Omen (feat. Sam Smith)
  • Low- What Part Of Me
  • Julia Holter- Feel You
  • Wilco- More…
  • Kurt Vile- Dust Bunnies
  • R.E.M.- #9 Dream


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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.