Playlist May 2022

I’ve not had as much chance as normal for new music this month but have still found a few bits for my playlist (which you can listen to on Spotify by clicking here).

Of the new stuff I’ve got music from Bloomfield, Honeycub, Jon Spencer And The HITmakers, My Chemical Romance and Rammstein, along with the new, to me, Jesca Hoop, Bridge City Sinners and Millie Manders And The Shut Up.

Along with them it’s a good mix of other things from the Australian punk of Amyl & The Sniffers to the dark electronica of mid-90s Depeche Mode to the pop rock of Eureka Machines and a few more besides.

You can find the whole thing embedded below or on Spotify by clicking here.

Playlist

  • Bloomfield – Eulogy – Acoustic Version (from ALWFN B-Sides)
  • Gregory Harrison – Demons (from his self titled EP and as heard at St James)
  • Honeycub – Battleground (single)
  • Jesca Hoop – Deeper Devastation (DOJH) (from Deconstruction Of Jacks House and as heard at St James)
  • Jon Spencer and The HITmakers – Junk Man (from Spencer Gets It Lit)
  • System Of A Down – Psycho (from Toxicity and as heard at The Vault played by Democracy Manifest)
  • My Chemical Romance – The Foundations Of Decay (single)
  • The Sandals – The Endless Summer theme (as heard in The Endless Summer)
  • Amyl And The Sniffers – Maggot (from Comfort To Me)
  • Eureka Machines – Being Good Is Ok But Being Better’s Better (from Do Or Die)
  • Millie Manders And The Shut Up – Not Ok (from Telling Truths, Breaking Ties)
  • The Bridge City Sinners – St James Infirmary (from Bridge City Sinners)
  • Depeche Mode – It’s No Good (from Ultra)
  • Rammstein – Dicke Titten (from Zeit)

And with that a couple of bonus videos first is a great cover of Wet Let’s Wet Dream From Harry Styles…

And second is Rammstein latest typically subversive offering, Dicke Titten

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