New music including Angel Olsen, Garbage, Whitney and Steve Gunn on this week’s West Of The Fields podcast

I debuted new tracks from Ladyhawke, The Kills and Kristin Kontrol on the show this week, while the retro alternative set looked back at some of the leading lights of the UK shoegaze movement of the early ’90s. Here’s the tracklist for the full show:

West Of The Fields June 6, 2016

  • R.E.M.- These Days
  • Angel Olsen- Intern
  • Beth Orton- Petals
  • Garbage- Empty
  • Beck- Wow
  • The Avalanches- Frankie Sinatra (Extended Mix)
  • Danny L Harle- Ashes Of Love (feat. Caroline Polachek)
  • Ladyhawke- The River
  • Peter Bjorn and John- Dominos
  • Wild Beasts- Get My Bang
  • The Kills- Bitter Fruit
  • Bishop Briggs- The Way I Do
  • Shura- What’s It Gonna Be?
  • Glass Animals- Life Itself
  • Metronomy- Old Skool
  • Kristin Kontrol- Face 2 Face
  • The Strokes- Oblivius
  • Cymbals Eat Guitars- Wish
  • Car Seat Headrest- Destroyed By Hippie Powers
  • Radiohead- Present Tense
  • Bat For Lashes- Sunday Love
  • Kurt Vile- Pretty Pimpin
  • My Bloody Valentine- Sometimes
  • Ride- Seagull
  • Lush- Leaves Me Cold
  • Cranes- Adrift
  • Chapterhouse- Pearl
  • Slowdive- Sing
  • Curve- Horror Head
  • Danielle Dax- Tomorrow Never Knows
  • The Cure- Lovesong
  • Whitney- No Matter Where We Go
  • Steve Gunn- Conditions Wild
  • Minor Victories- Give Up The Ghost
  • Gemma Hayes- Let A Good Thing Go
  • Beth Orton- 1973
  • Chvrches- Warning Call (Theme from “Mirror’s Edge Catalyst”)
  • Tegan and Sara- Faint Of Heart
  • Annabel Jones- Not Today
  • Classixx- I Feel Numb (feat. Alex Frankel)
  • Anohni- Watch Me
  • James Blake- Love Me In Whatever Way
  • Factory Floor- Dial Me In
  • R.E.M- Aftermath

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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.