GIHE w/ Seraphina Simone 10.09.20

Tash & Kate were back in the Hoxton Radio studio this week with loads of great new tunes. They played tracks by CAMI, Kali Claire, Ava Vegas, Bestfriend, Fightmilk, Ailbhe Reddy, Francis Of Delirium, Kadija Kamara & Ela Minus.

They also caught up with Seraphina Simone to talk about her latest single ‘Hollywood $$$’ and her upcoming releases.

Listen back:

Tracklist
Shirley Ellis – Soul Time
Emma Volard – Femininity
Kali Claire – Give Him Life
Æ MAK feat. Seba Safe – i dance in the kitchen
Ailbhe Reddy – Looking Happy
SUSU – Work Song
Francis Of Delirium – Equality Song
Ava Vegas – The Bloom Is Off The Rose
Low Hummer – Sometimes I Wish (I Was A Different Person)
snake eyes – skeletons
Bestfriend – Does It Matter
Unloved – Why Not (Gwenno remix)
Kadija Kamara – Best Moves
The Spares – Best Kebab
Seraphina Simone – Hollywood $$$
**Seraphina Simone Interview**
Hari Debi – Cabron
Cami – Inside Out
Ela Minus – el cielo no es de nadie
Fightmilk – If You Had A Sister
Julia-Sophie – I Left You
KIN – L.O.V.E.
PINK – Just Like a Pill
The Pretenders – Alone

Get In Her Ears 13.08.20

Kate was back in the studio this week with her no.1 fan (see pic above) playing 2 hours of new music!

Highlights include MJ Guider, Fraulein, New Pagans, Jessica Winter, Circe, LibraLibra, Bitch Falcon and more.

Listen back here:

Tracklist
Madonna – Hung Up
Jessica Winter – Sad Music
Chelsea Peretti feat. Kathleen Hanna – BDR
Evil House Party – Wicked
MJ Guider – FM Secure
Circe – Ten Girls
LibraLibra – Lonely Girl
Calva Louise – I Wish
Indigos – Silhouette Of You
Belako – Truth
Bitch Falcon – Gaslight
Despicable Zee feat. Tiiva – We Won’t Stop (Remix)
Notelle – Bugs
Lido Pimienta – No Pude
Medicine – Time Baby III
HOLE – Awful
KIN – L.O.V.E
Arlo Parks – Cola
Gillie – Winter Girl
Magick Mountain – Infinity X2
REWS – Today We’re Warriors
Noga Erez – NO News On TV
Girlpool – Like I’m Winning It
New Pagans – Admire
Mothercanyouhearme – Knowing You
Jess Locke – Fool
Molly Payton – Warm Body
Robyn Harris – Sunburn Season
Ria Rua – Red
Fraulein – Mary
Faith Evans – Love Like This

Get In Her Ears Post-Lockdown 16.07.20

Kate was back in the studio for the first time since the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown (16 weeks ago!) playing all the GIHE grrrls fave new tunes from the past few months.

Music highlights include Bitch Falcon, Amaroun, Fraulein, Beckie Margaret, Screaming Toenail and Noga Erez.

Listen back here:

Tracklist
Noga Erez – NO News On TV
Bitch Falcon – Gaslight
INDIGOS – I’m Healed
Dott – Extra Introvert
Lido Pimienta – Eso Que Tu Haces
Dream Wife – Hasta La Vista
Amaroun – Perish
Maria – M – Endtimes
Wife Patrol – Let’s Hang Out
Elsa Hewitt – Godly
Girlpool – Winning It
Dehd – Month
Beckie Margaret – God
Something Leather – Trip To The Sun
Twist Helix – Frida Kahlo
CMAT – Rodney
Fears – blood
Otta – Sick Inside
Sink Ya Teeth – If You See Me
Fräulein- Drag Behind
Problem Patterns – Big Shouty
Dream Nails – Jillian
Screaming Toenail – IOU
Party Fears – All Is Good
Song Sung – Telling Tales
The Big Moon – Why
After London – Operator
Bikini Kill – Rebel Girl
ARXX – Tired Of You
Lady Gaga – Stupid Love

Track Of The Day: BAXTR – ‘Bloom’

With an explosively fresh energy and tight, popping instrumentals, London trio BAXTR unveil indie greatness in their debut single ‘Bloom’.

Inspired by ’80s retro-pop, BAXTR bring a fiery energy to the modern dance canvas and paint it with a melody that will immediately leave you reaching for repeat. The rich history of the trio’s closeness is evident throughout ‘Bloom’ –  a natural chemistry spins in circles and forms its own unique sonic charisma. This joyful tone is the glue of BAXTR’s witty sound and supports the band’s feel-good drums, sunny guitar riffs and sing-along vocals.

The bounce of ‘Bloom’ is undeniable, and embodies the spirit of a best friend pulling you into the sun “in the middle of June.” It is both the pick-me-up easy car ride and the quiet summer night in a backyard with your favourite people. BAXTR have removed anything melancholy about nostalgia in ‘Bloom’ and delivered us nothing but the good memories and the lightness of noughties pop music. It’s a reassuring boost in the form of a song – reminiscent, hopeful and contagious. 

 

‘Bloom’ is out now. Listen on Spotify.

Jillian Goyeau
@jillybxxn