9 Dec 2013
A brand new track from Lanterns On The Lake starts us off this week. Their second album Until The Colours Run is out now and has been knocking our socks off. The newly renamed (and signed to Sub Pop) Lyla Foy makes an appearance ahead of her London show on the 10th, which is definitely in The Other Woman’s diary! There’s a trip to Batley just outside of Leeds to hear from up and coming blues-folk artist Jasmine Kennedy, an experimental soundscape from Atom Eye (which received a great reaction from you) plus an introduction to hip hop artist Lizzo and much, much more.
All available to listen again to right here.
Posted by Ruth Barnes at 02:08
2 Dec 2013
Within the first ten minutes of this week’s show we hop from France to Brazil via London and that sets the tone nicely. Edith Crash kicks things off with the gorgeously sexy Inonde, followed by a new track from Bon-Bon‘s EP She Don’t Want To Know added to amazingtunes.com especially for us. Bella Union signees PINS and Leeds’ Slowcoaches make sure things get a bit dirty half way through and then Wales songstress and guitarist Cate Le Bon and Californian gloom rock merchant Emily Jane White set us off in a completely different vein. We especially like this pic of ClB inspecting the under sole of her show!
You can listen again here.
Posted by Ruth Barnes at 06:37
25 Nov 2013
21 Nov 2013
The Other Woman is a weekly radio show on Amazing Radio - you can listen again to the show here.
San Fermin are a new discovery here on The Other Woman and to start the show with such an uplifting enchanting pop tune is a treat. Carrying on the pop goodness we feature Rose Elinor Dougall and the latest ear worm from Brooklyn trio Au Revoir Simone.
We dip into some Canadian traditional fiddle with April Verch and feature special guest Torres - the Georgia, via Nashville singer, songwriter and rockin’ guitarist was over here on tour and we caught up with her next to some vending machines and a sliding door. Expect some lovely session tracks from her too which we recorded at CMJ in New York.
12 Nov 2013
Posted by Ruth Barnes at 01:54
24 Oct 2013
While Emily Barker and The Red Clay Halo are on their biggest tour to date, here is the Australian-turned-UK-resident chatting about her biggest album to date, working with one of Scotland's finest producers and life on the road. I recorded one of my first ever sessions with Emily Barker when The Other Woman had a home on London's finest Resonance FM. That was back 2006 and in the intervening years she's become an award-winning composer, musician and stunning songwriter.
Posted by Ruth Barnes at 07:42
|Tamsin Wilsen in action|