New music including Jagwar Ma, Formation, CEO and Julia Jacklin on this week’s West Of The Fields podcast

I premiered new music from Banks, Phantogram and Crystal Castles on this week’s show, while the retro alternative set featured selected tracks from Pitchfork’s newly released 200 Best Songs of the 1970s list. Here’s the tracklist for the full show:

West Of The Fields August 22, 2016

  • R.E.M.- All The Way To Reno (You’re Gonna Be A Star)
  • Formation- Drugs
  • Wild Beasts- Ponytail
  • Glass Animals- Youth
  • Bon Iver- 22 (OVER S∞∞N) [Bob Moose Extended Cab Version]
  • Julia Jacklin- Coming Of Age
  • American Wrestlers- Give Up
  • The Preatures- I Know A Girl
  • Crystal Castles- Fleece
  • Grimes- Medieval Warfare
  • Phantogram- Cruel World
  • Banks- Gemini Feed
  • Bishop Briggs- Pray (Empty Gun)
  • Florence + The Machine- Stand By Me
  • Jagwar Ma- Give Me A Reason
  • Factory Floor- Slow Listen
  • Oasis- D’You Know What I Mean? (NG’s 2016 Rethink)
  • Warpaint- New Song
  • Lou Reed- Perfect Day
  • Iggy Pop- The Passenger
  • Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers- American Girl
  • Neil Young- Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)
  • Gang Of Four- Damaged Goods
  • Plastic Bertrand- Ça Plane Pour Moi
  • The Cure- Boys Don’t Cry
  • Roxy Music- Love Is The Drug
  • Big Star- Thirteen
  • Neu!- Hallogallo
  • Throbbing Gristle- Hot On The Heels Of Love
  • Wire- Outdoor Miner
  • The Walker Brothers- The Electrician
  • Banks- Mind Games
  • How To Dress Well- Lost Youth / Lost You
  • Shura- Touch
  • The Tragically Hip- Ahead By A Century
  • Bon Iver- 10 d E A T h b R E a s T ⚄ ⚄ (Extended Version)
  • CEO- Kill Count
  • Elvis Presley- Can’t Help Falling In Love
  • R.E.M.- Diminished / I’m Not Over You

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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.