New music including Arctic Monkeys, Mitski, Jon Hopkins and Iceage on this week’s West Of The Fields podcast

I delved deeper into new releases from Beach House, Middle Kids and Father John Misty on the show this week, while the retro alternative set celebrated the 25th anniversary re-release of Liz Phair’s “Exile In Guyville” album with a set of 1993 indie-rock tracks from Liz and other female artists. Here’s the tracklist for the full show:

West Of The Fields May 15, 2018

  • R.E.M.- The One I Love
  • Arctic Monkeys- Four Out Of Five
  • Father John Misty- Hangout At The Gallows
  • Dirty Projectors- Break-Thru
  • Beach House- Drunk In L.A.
  • Gang Gang Dance- J-TREE
  • Hatchie- Sleep
  • Pale Waves- New Year’s Eve
  • Let’s Eat Grandma- It’s Not Just Me
  • Clairo- 4Ever
  • Lykke Li- Utopia
  • Mitski- Geyser
  • Courtney Barnett- Sunday Roast
  • Jon Hopkins- Everything Connected
  • Chvrches- Miracle
  • Future Islands- Calliope
  • Midnight Oil- Forgotten Years
  • The Mighty Lemon Drops- Where Do We Go From Heaven
  • Liz Phair- 6’1″
  • Belly- Dusted
  • The Juliana Hatfield Three- Spin The Bottle
  • The Breeders- No Aloha
  • Mazzy Star- Bells Ring
  • PJ Harvey- 50ft Queenie
  • Aimee Mann- I Should’ve Known
  • Kate Bush- Rubberband Girl
  • Björk- Play Dead
  • Slowdive- Souvlaki Space Station
  • Stereolab- Crest
  • Curve- Missing Link
  • Middle Kids- Bought It
  • Meg Myers- Numb
  • Iceage- Thieves Like Us
  • Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever- Talking Straight
  • Soccer Mommy- Your Dog
  • Snail Mail- Heat Wave
  • Kacey Musgraves- High Horse
  • Alice Merton- Lash Out
  • U.S. Girls- Incidental Boogie
  • Beach House- Woo
  • Hatchie- Sure
  • Florence + The Machine- Hunger
  • Arctic Monkeys- Star Treatment
  • Parquet Courts- Mardi Gras Beads
  • R.E.M.- The Flowers Of Guatemala

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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.