MTP: Episode 112


Hello again and thanks for checking out our show! We had such an overwhelmingly positive response to our all-Canadian retrospective of the top albums of 2018 last time out that we’ve decided to duplicate the format for some of our favourite international albums of last year.

The Marking Time Podcast Episode 112 compiles songs from 15 of the most noteworthy discs released during 2018 and we hope you’ll agree that it’s a pretty stellar collection. There’s so much great #RealGrownupMusic that it was tough to keep the show to our standard 60 minutes but we hope you dig the results.

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As always, thanks for listening and enjoy the music!

Artist Song Album
Young the Giant “Tightrope” Mirror Master
Madeleine Peyroux “Honey Party” Anthem
Tom Odell “If You Wanna Love Somebody” Jubilee Road
Kodaline “Head Held High” Politics of Living
Elvis Costello & The Imposters “Burnt Sugar Is So Bitter” Look Now
Paul Weller “Bowie” True Meanings
Roosevelt “Shadows” Young Romance
Florence + The Machine “Sky Full of Song” High As Hope
Snow Patrol “Life On Earth” Wildness (Deluxe)
Vance Joy “Bonnie & Clyde” Nation of Two
Alice Merton “Jealousy” No Roots – EP
Ruby Velle & The Soulphonics “Broken Woman” State of All Things
David Byrne “It’s Not Dark Up Here” American Utopia
Turin Brakes “Everything All at Once” Invisible Storm
Josh Rouse “Ordinary People, Ordinary Lives” Love in the Modern Age

 

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