Damn what a brilliant month of tunes. I really needed two hours to get all the songs on the show that I wanted to. Here are the best songs of April (minus a few). Enjoy.

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Artist and Song Title:

Bob Schneider – Upromised Land
Primal Scream – It’s Alright It’s OK
Motive – It’s Illicit
The National – Swallow the Cap
Spacehog – Love is a Curious Thing
Whitman – NW Thurman
Sallie Ford & The Sound Outside – Party Kids
He’s My Brother She’s My Sister – The Same Old Ground
Silas Fermoy – Lights Burn Bright
Meiko – Bad Things
Pickwick – Hacienda Motel
Emily Bell – Back to the Way I Was
Must – Just Wait
Palma Violets – Step Up for the Cool Cats
Queens of the Stone Age – My God Is The Sun
Kurt Vile – Girl Called Alex

4 Comments

  • About 30 of the last 40 songs I have purchased have been thanks to your weekly postings. Three more from this with Silas Femoy, Meiko and Emily Bell.

  • Great list of song , even the National did rock in April.
    Pickwick ,Sally Ford , Bob Schneider , Meiko, Emily Bell
    May be one bad that I cannot remember.
    Great month.

  • Thanks Doc.

    Funny thing about the Silas Fermoy song. It’s a demo. They just released the “actual” track. I think I like the demo better. I might have to play the real release and see what my listeners think.

    Glad my ears are helping, George. I might have to tweet that quote…if you don’t mind.

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