Soho Vinyl Sessions: Paul Weller aka The Shindig! Broadcast #51

PAUL WELLER joins the Shindig! team at Soho Radio and cuts ‘Glide’, an exclusive track from his forthcoming album, direct to lathe to create a one of a kind acetate. The slab of shiny black vinyl will be up for auction soon, so watch this space. Paul also recorded ‘Gravity’, brought in some of his own current fave tracks to hear and chats about the music he holds dear


 

Paul Weller joins us live at Soho Radio, in this exclusive radio session, hosted by Shindig! Magazine… the latest!

Posted by Soho Radio on Monday, June 11, 2018

 

Tracklist
John Coltrane ‘India’
MC5 ‘The American Ruse’
Curtis Mayfield ‘Get Down’
The Dragons ‘Soul Teacher’
Paul Weller ‘Gravity’ (Live in the studio)
Zuider Zee ‘Lancelot’s Theme’
Marvin Gaye ‘You’re The Man’ (Alt. Vers.)
Nick Drake ‘Sunday’
Paul Weller ‘Glide’ (Live in the studio cut to acetate)

 

 

Traffic ‘Hidden Treasures’
Reg King ‘You Gotta Believe Me’
Leon Bridges ‘Bad Bad News’
Gaz Coombes ‘Slow Motion Life’
The Herd ‘Our Fairytale’
Gene Clark ‘Only Colombe’
Death In Vegas with Paul Weller ‘So You Say Your Lost Your Baby’

 

Paul Weller joins as live at Soho Radio, in this exclusive radio session hosted by Shindig! Magazine… the latest!The live performance features a track cut direct to vinyl.

Posted by Soho Radio on Monday, June 11, 2018

 

FJ McMahon ‘Black Night Woman’
Paul Weller ‘Aspects’
Honeybus ‘The Breaking Up Scene’
Janko Nilovic ‘Roses & Revolvers’
Paul Weller ‘Saturns Patterns’
Broadcast & The Focus Group ‘the be colony’
Gloria ‘The Rain Is Out’
Paul Weller ‘Picking Up The Sticks’
Blonde On Blonde ‘Spinning Wheel’
The Zombies ‘This Will Be Our Year’
The Jam ‘The Butterfly Collector’
Ron Grainer ‘Omega Man’

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Mapache ‘Lonesome LA Cowboy’

We love MAPACHE. ‘Lonesome LA Cowboy’ is also the title track of their new surprise 3-song EP coming out tomorrow, Fri. June 8. It follows up their 2017 self-titled album debut. It’s once again produced by Dan Horne (Circles Around The Sun, Beachwood Sparks). The Glendale, CA-based duo, who are also members of Grateful Shred, are touring the West Coast now with Nicki Bluhm



NB: Jon ‘Mojo’ Mills compiled a mix for GospelbeacH for their London show on Monday, including the original of ‘Lonesome LA Cowboy’. Enjoy it and other similarly vibed songs here.

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The Pacers ‘How Will I know’

Shindig! debut the brand new video from London garage scamps THE PACERS


What better way to beat the rigours of the winter weather than holing up in Dalston’s Sausage Studios and laying down the tracks for your sophomore single? Well that’s exactly what The Pacers have done, and the results are hotter than freshly roasted chestnuts. Now that summer is here and the time is right, Psych-A-Rella Records are pleased to present ‘How Will I Know?’ b/w ‘Tired, Beat & Broken’. 

A bright shiny slab of garage-pop-psych with an infectious hook that you’ll be singing in the shower tomorrow for sure.  Alex Friedls unique vocal delivery and chiming rhythm guitar counterfoiled by Harry Stams chopped chords and frantic fretwork all held together with gut thumping bass from Sean Doherty  along with the smash ’n’ crash drums of Jamie Yuan. 

 Those of you not aware of The Pacers, they play music informed by garage-punk and psychedelia as well as indie music of the ’90s, an addictive mix and one of the most exciting live prospects on the London scene right now. 

The single is available to order now from www.psycharella.com at a very reasonable £6.49! 

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Paul Steel ‘Skydaddy’

We have just discovered PAUL STEEL, and we love his talent. His glossy Wilsonian, sugar coated Musical-intoned pocket symphonies stun. ‘Skydaddy’, taken from the forthcoming Carousel Kites album, gets the Shindig! exclusive


Excessive, irreverent pop made for it’s own sake, Carousel Kites is a psychedelic journey through the highest points of melodic pop sophistication. With nods to Gershwin, The Beatles, Todd Rundgren, The Beach Boys, Burt Bacharach, Phil Spector, The Free Design and The BBC Radiophonic Workshop.

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