MTP: Episode 66


MTP-66Wow. Lately, it’s been pretty apparent that the sun has returned and, with it, the promise of long, warm days. The kind of days that are just aching for some real, grown-up music. Lucky for you, we here at the MTP have things well in hand.

We’re proudly introducing the Marking Time Podcast Episode 66, a summertime soundtrack bursting with new songs and old favourites from some the most heralded artists from Canada and all around the globe. Just take one look at the playlist below, and you’ll see what we mean.

So if you’re longing for some great tunes to relax to, share with friends or simply enjoy on a sunny day, then look no further. And remember, if you like what you hear, or would like to suggest an idea for a future episode, hit us up on Twitter or via e-mail. We’re always stoked to hear from you.

Until next time, thanks for listening and enjoy the music!

Artist Song Album
A Silent Film “Paralysed” New Year – EP
Paul Weller “Saturns Pattern” Saturns Pattern
Blur “I Broadcast” The Magic Whip
Trails and Ways “Say You Will” Pathology
Colleen Brown “Soap and Denim” Direction
Alabama Shakes “Guess Who” Sound & Color
The Vaccines “Handsome” English Graffiti
The Charlatans “So Oh” Modern Nature
Great Lake Swimmers “I Must Have Someone Else’s Blues” A Forest of Arms
Throwing Muses “Red Shoes” The Real Ramona
Boy & Bear “Old Town Blues” Harlequin Dream
The Rave-Ups “She Says (Come Around)” Chance
Kodaline “Coming Alive” Coming Up for Air
Ron Sexsmith “Lucky Penny” Carousel One
Imaginary Cities “Bells of Cologne” Fall of Romance
Peter Katz “When the Day Is Done” We Are the Reckoning
Nickodemus “Funky In The Middle” Endangered Species
Miami Horror “American Dream” All Possible Futures

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