The 13th.5 – TDWS #21 Podcast - This time round featuring, The The's new song (again), Beck sounding all oldie, a triple from the Trusted, a Lana Del Rey album preview, Radiohead's new old song, Norah Jones' tribute to Chris Cornell, BuckinghamMcVie, Martin Stephenson segued to Miley Cyrus, Arcade Fire, Muse, Liam Gallagher, Rufus Wainwright sings Stevie Wonder at the piano, a great new sweary one from Wolf Alice, a brand new Peter Perrett classic, Glen Campbell and the Cribs.
The 13th.4 – TDWS #20 Podcast. 20 tracks and some natter. Public Service Broadcasting, Kendrick Lamar and U2, new album previews from Alison Moyet and Buckingham/McVie, The The, Peter Perrett, Beck and Granddaddy and Kevin Morby from Resistance Radio, Skids and Blondie, Miley Cyrus, Paul Weller and Stone Foundation, Marc Almond and Marlena Shaw.
The 13th.3 - TDWS #19 Podcast - 20 tracks and some natter. A couple from The Trusted, Lana Del Rey, a pair from the Volstead Orchestra, Laura Marling, Lambchop sing Prince, Rosalie Cunningham sing The Beatles, At The Drive In, Brett Anderson, Steve Gunn sings The Smiths, JoBoxers, Madeline Peyroux and Rickie Lee Jones sing David Essex, two from Beck, Strand of Oaks sing Phish and The Stone Roses, The Everly Brothers and Radiohead.
Here be the 13th.2, TDWS #18. Within you will find, Underworld, the full length T2 tracks, The Jesus and Mary Chain album preview, Loads of anti trumpism from Gorillaz, The Arcade Fire, the new protest song from Depeche Mode, a further track from Ryan Adams new LP and Ryan sings Radiohead, Paul Weller's soundtrack song. New stuff from BNQT, Future Islands, Jarvis Cocker and Chilly Gonzales, and Goldfrapp. Benjamin Clementine sings Nick Drake, the Thames Delta's Cheap Joint, A couple from Martha Wainwright, U2 from the telly in 1982 and the mystery of Television and Brian Eno.
My daughter Amy, Martha Wainwright and me.
This is ‘The 13th’, or you might want to call it Thames Delta World Service #17. A new podcast for a new year. Enclosed within, Muse sing the Cramps, George Michael Sings the Beatles, Mark Kozelik sings Bowie, Bruce Springsteen sings U2 (with U2). There’s classic b-sides by the Stray Cats, Joe Jackson, Embrace and Suede. 2017 album previews from Laura Marling, Ryan Adams and Elbow. There’s also some Martin Stephenson and the Daintees, Paul Simon Unplugged, The early Pink Floyd, PJ Harvey, Bonnie 'Prince' Billy and Depeche Mode. And of course there’s Bowie.