New tracks from Broods and Ryn Weaver made their debuts on the show this week, while the retro alternative section featured a bunch of jangly/shoegaze-y female-fronted bands from the late ’80s and early ’90s.
New tracks from Caribou and Lemonade debuted on the show this week, while the retro set focused on highlights from the late ’90s “electronica” boom in honor of the upcoming new Aphex Twin album.
I debuted new tracks from Saint Pepsi and FKA Twigs on the show this week, while the retro set features a look at Arcade Fire’s catalog in advance of their big show on the Bangor Waterfront this week.
I debuted new tracks from Say Lou Lou and Mr Twin Sister on this week’s show, while the retro set focused on more modern rock hits from the year 1992, with some quick detours to 1994 and 1984!
The show returns from a two-week break with new tracks from Vaults, Kate Boy and Jenny Lewis, with a retro set featuring songs chosen by loyal West Of The Fields listener Tony Crabtree.
Former WMEB station manager Tom Grucza returns for an in-depth look at the blog-rock and dance-punk glory days of the mid-2000s in this West Of The Fields special! Get a jump on the ’00s nostalgia bandwagon with this set of soon-to-be classics.
I premiered new tracks from Yelle, Jenny Lewis and Kyary Pamyu Pamyu on this week’s episode, while the retro alternative set features punk and glam rock from the mid-’70s.
New tracks from Alt-J and Laura Welsh debuted on the show this week, while the retro alternative set focused on the tail-end of the ’90s Britpop era.
I premiered new tracks from Kitten and Beverly on this week’s show, while the retro set focused on a host of bands from the land Down Under.
New tracks from How To Dress Well and Lana Del Rey debuted on this week’s show, while the retro alternative set continued the nation-focused theme from last week with a set of Irish bands.