The "78 Ketamine Girls" Best New Music Spotify Playlist (I Hate Radio)
The "78 Ketamine Girls" Spotify Playlist
Every Tuesday (or Monday night) I put out a curated playlist full of the best new music (and classic tunes) mixed for your Spotify listening enjoyment. You can "Just Hit Play" or check out the song list below for Easter Eggs about the bands.
Last week's playlist was called the "Apologies, Dumb Ladyman” playlist and you can listen to it HERE.
The Songs (Click on the Artists names to get more information about them)
Was happy to see that this album was out and I really enjoyed it. You should for sure check it out, I strangely love his flow.
Always find an interesting track in Daedelus stuff.
This track really moves me, it seems incredibly intense for its seemingly slow pace. Been a fan of The Feelies for a really long time.
4. M.Y.T.H., Rank/Xerox, M.Y.T.H. EP (No Label, 2017)
So, this guy named Sam Lefebvre does a really great column on Bandcamp Daily covering all the best punk stuff on Bandcamp. The column is called Terminal Consumption and it is one of my new go-to resources for Bandcamp stuff. I included several of his recent recommendations on this list because they were great recommendations. Rank/Xerox was one of his suggestions.
La Vida Es un Mus rarely puts out anything I don't like (they are responsible for distribution of La Misma for example). I like Primetime, very cool stuff IMHO.
Crazy beautiful and haunting song, I am looking forward to hearing the full album.
Just getting into this band, I really love this song.
Another of the great recommendations from Sam L.
There is some confusion over if this Mary Jane Dunphy (Vexx) band still exists? But if they exist or have folded, I liked everything they have done. This is the second song of theirs that I have put on a playlist.
This is some 2009 nostalgia for me. I kind of forgot that I liked this record and then ran across it again randomly.
An old favorite, kind of miss them :)
Pretty impressive stuff from London-based poet and hip-hop artists Kate Tempest.
13. Pull Back The Bolt, Minimal Man, Safari (Good Noise, 1985)
Okay, so Patrick Miller, the man in the mask, was played with and influenced a lot of bands. RIP.
Wrapping It Up
New playlists come out every Tuesday (but they usually come out on Monday nights).
The crazy names of the playlists were inspired by Captain Beefheart.
I just saw "I am Not Your Negro" which is a film about James Baldwin and his relationships with America, Malcolm X, Martin Luther King Jr., and Medgar Evers. I heartily recommend it.