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Scared To Dance Podcast #71

Scared To Dance Podcast #71

Playing tracks by

Cinema Red & Blue, Mammoth Penguins & Friends, Baxter Dury, The Clientele, Cigarettes After Sex and more.

Chart positions

This upload was 2nd in the #indie pop chart, 7th in the #indie rock chart, 10th in the #indie chart and 16th in the #alternative chart.

We’re back with our August podcast featuring our pick of the 20 best songs from the past month.

Baxter Dury releases “Miami”, the lead single from his forthcoming album out soon on Heavenly Recordings.

Alvvays return with “Plimsoll Punks” taken from second LP Antisocialites and LCD Soundsystem continue their comeback with “Tonite”.

Lyys have their debut EP out next month and we lift “Darling Enemy” from that. Self Esteem is the solo project of Rebecca Taylor from Slow Club and she’s put out “Your Wife”.

The Horrors epic “Something to Remember Me By” is followed new tracks from The War on Drugs, Cigarettes After Sex and Frankie Rose.

Flowers put out the final 45” single on Fortuna Pop! with “Say 123” and The Jesus and Mary Chain team up with Sky Ferreira on “The Two of Us”.

Also on the podcast there’s The Surfing Magazines, The Hayman Kupa Band, The Clientele, Sweet Baboo, Gemini Sun, The Radio Dept., Nelson Can, Mammoth Penguins & Friends and Cinema Red & Blue.


Scared To Dance

Baxter Dury - Miami
Alvvays - Plimsoll Punks
LCD Soundsystem - Tonite
Lyys - Darling Enemy
Self Esteem - Your Wife
The Horrors - Something to Remember Me By
The War on Drugs - Pain
Cigarettes After Sex - Apocalypse
Frankie Rose - Red Museum
Flowers - Say 123
The Jesus and Mary Chain - The Two of Us (Ft. Sky Ferreira)
The Surfing Magazines - New Day
The Hayman Kupa Band - Then We Kissed
The Clientele - Everyone You Meet
Sweet Baboo - Swallows
Gemini Sun - Wildfire
The Radio Dept. - Just So
Nelson Can - Break Down Your Walls
Mammoth Penguins & Friends - The Sailor
Cinema Red & Blue - Come Back to the City, Babyface