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Thank you for listening. Thank you for supporting new music.
It’s the end of the month and that means a quick look back. A review of a few of our notable songs that played on this month on NEXT.
Glorious noise from: We Were Promised Jetpacks, Lowest Of The Low, Larkin Poe, Josh Ritter, The Avett Brothers, K Flay, Doc Robnison, Stef Chura, Rayland Baxter, repeat repeat, The Planet Smashers, Dressy Bessy, The Rolling Stones
Thanks for listening and thanks again to Ocean 98 for putting next on the radio.
New music discovery is important and thank you for doing your part.
Please support these bands…or we wouldn’t have bands like this around to support. Buy an album, or a ticket to a show, or a tee shirt, or…something from them. Thank you.
If there are any bands/managers/labels etc that want their music removed (for any reason) please contact me (chris at allthingsnext dot com) and I’ll promptly remove it. Thank you, bands, for making music. Thank you for making my life better because of the music you make. I am a passionate music consumer as are my listeners. If you think NEXT streaming music is bad please think it over again. I am a music maker advocate.
Spotify playlist updates on Thursday. Link to Chris Bro on Spotify.
WARNING may contain bad words. Or may not. Depends.
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Artist and Song Title:
Chris Staples – Holy Moly
We Were Promised Jetpacks – Someone Else’s Problem
Pete Yorn – Clam Down
Jocelyn And Chris Arndt – Kill In The Cure
Pixies – On Graveyard Hill
Alex Lahey – Misery Guts
Catfish And The Bottlemen – Overlap
Fort Frances – A New Kind Of Universe
Pure Bathing Culture – Devotion
Stef Chura – Sweet Sweet Midnight
Chris Robinson Brotherhood – The Chauffeur’s Daughter
repeat repeat – Hi, I’m Waiting
Feet – English Weather
Phantogram – Into Happiness
Of Monsters And Men – Alligator