New music including Grace Mitchell, Chromatics, Disclosure and Beirut on this week’s West Of The Fields podcast

New tracks from The Decemberists, Chvrches and Youth Lagoon got airplay on the show this week, while the retro alternative set focused on classic late ’80s and early ’90s alt-rock including Pixies, The Breeders and Belly. Here’s the tracklist for the full show:

West Of The Fields September 14, 2015

  • R.E.M.- Orange Crush
  • Grace Mitchell- Jitter
  • Christine And The Queens- Tilted
  • Låpsley- Hurt Me
  • Chromatics- Shadow
  • Kacy Hill- Foreign Fields
  • Empress Of- Standard
  • Chvrches- Clearest Blue
  • Shura- White Light
  • Disclosure- Hourglass (feat. Lion Babe)
  • Youth Lagoon- Rotten Human
  • Small Black- Back At Belle’s
  • EL VY- Return to the Moon (Political Song For Didi Bloome To Sing, With Crescendo)
  • Two Door Cinema Club- Someday
  • Beirut- No No No
  • The Decemberists- Why Would I Now?
  • Martin Courtney- Northern Highway
  • Neon Indian- Smut!
  • Oneohtrix Point Never- I Bite Through It
  • Pixies- Debaser
  • The Breeders- Cannonball
  • Belly- Gepetto
  • Throwing Muses- Not Too Soon
  • The Heart Throbs- Dreamtime
  • The Darling Buds- Tiny Machine
  • The Sundays- Can’t Be Sure
  • Ned’s Atomic Dustbin- Happy
  • Lana Del Rey- Music To Watch Boys To
  • Wolf Alice- Baby Ain’t Made Of China
  • Givers- Bermuda
  • Big Grams- Fell In The Sun
  • Empress Of- Everything Is You
  • Georgia- Tell Me About It
  • Duran Duran- Change The Skyline (feat. Jonas Bjerre)
  • Neon Indian- Techno Clique
  • U.S. Girls- Window Shades
  • Beach House- Days Of Candy
  • Julia Holter- Everytime Boots
  • Beirut- Perth
  • Pilgrims- Pieces
  • Foals- Lonely Hunter
  • Metric- The Governess
  • The Dead Weather- Cop And Go
  • Kurt Vile- Pretty Pimpin
  • R.E.M.- Feeling Gravitys Pull

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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.