New music including Grimes, Tennis, Massive Attack and Banks on this week’s West Of The Fields podcast

I debuted new tracks from Wild Beasts and Ladyhawke on the show this week, while the retro alternative section focused on modern rock from 1996, in honor of this AV Club article on the terminal decline of Alternative Nation that year. Here’s the tracklist for the full show:

West Of The Fields August 8, 2016

  • R.E.M.- At My Most Beautiful
  • Grimes- Medieval Warfare
  • Crystal Castles- Char
  • Warpaint- New Song
  • Banks- Gemini Feed
  • Shura- Nothing’s Real
  • Susanne Sundfør- Accelerate
  • Phosphorescent- Ride On / Right On
  • Jagwar Ma- O B 1
  • Wild Beasts- Alpha Female
  • How To Dress Well- Lost Youth / Lost You
  • M83- Go! (feat. Mai Lan)
  • Still Corners- Lost Boys
  • The Maccabees- Pelican
  • Local Natives- Fountain Of Youth
  • Father John Misty- Real Love Baby
  • Tennis- Ladies Don’t Play Guitar
  • Angel Olsen- Shut Up Kiss Me
  • Sunflower Bean- Wall Watcher
  • Kacy Hill- Lion
  • Phantogram- Run Run Blood
  • Beck- The New Pollution
  • Weezer- Tired Of Sex
  • Pearl Jam- Smile
  • Stone Temple Pilots- Tumble In The Rough
  • Superdrag- Sucked Out
  • Counting Crows- Daylight Fading
  • Better Than Ezra- Desperately Wanting
  • Nada Surf- Popular
  • Sparklehorse- Someday I Will Treat You Good
  • Salt- Bluster
  • Massive Attack- The Spoils (feat. Hope Sandoval)
  • Banks- Fuck With Myself
  • Broods- Freak Of Nature (feat. Tove Lo)
  • Merchandise- End Of The Week
  • The Avalanches- Saturday Night Inside Out
  • Glass Animals- Youth
  • Blood Orange- Chance
  • Bat For Lashes- I Will Love Again
  • Radiohead- The Numbers
  • Shura- Indecision
  • Ladyhawke- Hillside Avenue
  • Christine and the Queens- iT
  • Crystal Castles- Concrete
  • R.E.M.- Summer Turns To High

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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.