New Releases with Michele Flannery

Folk Music & Beyond Playlist for August 19, 2023
New and Recent Releases with Michele Flannery

Celebrating the great outdoors plus the latest in acoustically eclectic new releases from latin-indie act Y La Bamba, Amy May Ellis from Scotland’s Isle of Eigg, Newcastle storyteller Me Lost Me, local singer-songwriter Indianna Hale, and the mix of folk & flamenco that is Mendrugo.

Rhiannon Giddens, “Way over Yonder,” You’re the One (Nonesuch)

Joanna Sternberg, “Mountains High,” I’ve Got Me (Fat Possum)

Jaimie Branch, “The Mountain,” Fly or Die Fly or Die Fly or Die (World War) (International Anthem)

Shirley Collins, “Hares on the Mountain,” Archangel Hill (Domino)

Sam Amidon, “Juma Mountain,” The Following Mountain (Nonesuch)

New Set

Me Lost Me, “The Oldest Trees Hold the Earth,” RPG (self-released)

Bonnie “Prince” Billy, “Willow, Pine and Oak,” Keeping Secrets Will Destroy You (Drag City)

Black Duck, “The Trees Are Dancing,” Black Duck (Thrill Jockey)

The Beach Boys, “A Day in the Life of a Tree” (Remastered 2009) Surf’s Up

Nora Brown, “Down in the Willow Garden,” Live from Bristol: Nora Brown with Sarah Kate Morgan (Jalopy)

New Set

Y La Bamba, “Hues” (feat. Devendra Banhart), Lucha (Tender Loving Empire) at Due South 9/16

Marinero, “SOS to the Cosmos,” The Eleventh Hour: Songs for Climate Justice (Sub Pop)

Mendrugo, “Manolo,” More Amor (FIRE)

Josephine Foster, “Sanctuary,” Domestic Sphere (also played under announcements)

New Set

Indianna Hale, “Rainy Cliffs,” Yesterday’s Glitter (Perpetual Doom)

Mapache, “What a Summer,” Swinging Stars (Innovative Leisure)

Nell Ní Chroinin, “Banks of Sullane,” A Collection of Songs in the Traditional & Sean-Nós Style (Nyahh Records)

Cosmo Sheldrake, “Bathed in Sound,” Wild, Wet World (self-released)

Brigid Mae Power, “Maybe It’s Just Lightning,” Dream from the Deep Well (Fire)

New Set

Amy May Ellis, “Day Divine,” Over Ling and Bell (Lost Map)

Tom Brosseau, “Can’t Keep from Drifting,” Amory (self-released)

Julie Byrne, “Portrait of a Clear Day,” The Greater Wings (Ghostly International)

This Is the Kit, “This Is When the Sky Gets Big,” Careful of Your Keepers (Rough Trade)

Jana Horn, “In Between,” The Window Is the Dream (No Quarter)

New Set

M. Ward, “Too Young to Die” (feat. First Aid Kit), Supernatural Thing (ANTI)

Robyn Hitchcock, “The Radiant Light,” Patreon demo

Alice Phoebe Lou, “Halo,” Shelter (self-released)

Beverly Glenn-Copeland, “The Ones Ahead,” The Ones Ahead (Transgressive)

New Set

Marisa Anderson & Tara Jane O’Neil, “For All We Know” (Jealous Butcher) 1934