Tracklist 7×11 (7.2.23)

Sleaford Mods – Uk Grim
Algiers – I Cant Stand It (ft. Samuel T. Herring & Jae Matthews)
Arlo Parks – Weightless
Kelela – Contact
Fever Ray – Kandy
Goldfrapp & Claptone – Digging Deep
Temples – Gamma Rays
The National – Tropic Morning News
Emma Trinca – King Blixa
Heartworms – Retributions Of An Awful Life
John Cale – Noise Of You
Lisa O’Neill – Silver Seed
Lowly – Seasons
Braxe + Falcon – Step By Step (Axel Boman Version)
Overmono – Is U
Yves Tumor – Echolalia

5 pm Uk / 18:00 Cet
On Air on Fritto Fm
Previous shows


Song of the Day: Febueder – Dire Science

Febueder are an avant-indie duo from Ascot, England, composed of lead vocalist/multi-instrumentalist Kieran Godfrey and percussionist Samuel Keysell. Their name (pronounced Fe-byou-der) is more than a made-up appellation, it’s the palette from which they present their emotionally deft songwriting and progressive approach to rhythm and melody. Enjoy their last single ‘Dire Science’!

Song of the Day: The Rills – Falling Apart

The Rills are a Lincoln indie band, returning to the city for a homecoming show. Refusing to be held back by multiple lockdowns, they spent 2020 working on releasing two singles (‘The Angler’ and ‘Stardog’), as well as becoming TikTok stars in their own right, building a strong fanbase through their relatable comedy and dynamic use of social media.


Since then, The Rills have emerged as a stand-out artist, championed by BBC Introducing as a keen one to watch. The band earned a spot on BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend in May 2021, debuting their to-be-released single, ‘World Leader’, before going on to play the BBC Introducing stage at Reading and Leeds fest 2021.
Musically, The Rills play on the band’s trademarked thunderous rhythm section, led by lead singer Mitch Spencer, who is known for his quick witted and ardent kitchen sink lyricism. Most recently, the band have released a new single with Lincoln themes throughout – ‘Skint Eastwood’. Enjoy ‘Falling Apart’!

Magazine / Issue #143

Song of the Day: Febueder – Dire Science

Febueder are an avant-indie duo from Ascot, England, composed of lead vocalist/multi-instrumentalist Kieran Godfrey and percussionist Samuel Keysell. Their name (pronounced Fe-byou-der) is more than a made-up appellation, it’s the…

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Song of the Day: Philip Selway – Picking Up Pieces

Philip Selway has shared the captivating video for his new single and LP highlight, ‘Picking Up Pieces’. Driven by a dynamic pulse, along with guitar work from Portishead’s Adrian Utley, complemented by distinctive string arrangements, the track beautifully exemplifies the expansive, cinematic sound Selway has forged on his new record.

Commenting on the track Selway says: “Picking Up Pieces is a song about the masquerade we do when we are young adults. It’s a time in life when your sense of identity can waver, you can feel anxious about taking the next step, and life can feel like it’s spiralling out of control, but you try to hide it from everyone.” His new album Strange Dance is out on 24 February via Bella Union. Enjoy the tune!

Song of the Day: Miley Cyrus – Flowers

‘Flowers’ is the first single from “Endless Summer Vacation”, Miley Cyrus’ eighth studio album, out March 10 via RCA. 2023 shows Miley as strong and confident as she’s ever been. The music and imagery of “Endless Summer Vacation” reflect the strength she has found by reflecting on her physical and mental well-being. Recorded in Los Angeles and produced by Kid Harpoon, Greg Kurstin, Mike WiLL Made-It and Tyler Johnson, Miley describes the album as her love letter to LA.

Miley Cyrus is one of the most influential people in pop culture with over 192 million Instagram followers. She has six number one albums, including her 2013 Grammy-nominated album “Bangerz”, which went triple platinum in the US. She has also played an impressive five sold-out world tours throughout her career. In November 2020, Miley released her highly anticipated seventh studio album, “Plastic Hearts”. The album landed at No. 1 on the Billboard Top Rock Albums chart and is her sixth No. 1 album, giving Miley the most Top 10 album debuts for any female artist this century.

Song of the Day: Deus – 1989

dEUS shares the 2nd single taken from the forthcoming album ‘How To Replace It’. On ‘1989’ dEUS sounds typically dramatic and full of ideas. All Linn drums, synths, and nods to yacht rock, the track sounds very, well, 1989. It also sees singer and leader Tom Barman channelling his inner Leonard Cohen; smoky, seductive, and just a little gruff. “I’ve never sung so low, so it was exciting to do,” he says. dEUS will embark on a 26 date European tour. All Benelux shows (including 4 x the legendary AB in Brussels) are sold out, others are filling up quickly. Twenty-eight years after their debut record, dEUS remain indie stalwarts, pushing ever forward, endlessly curious and creatively restless. Enjoy the tune!

Song of the Day: National – Tropic Morning News

The National have announced the release of their ninth album First Two Pages of Frankenstein scheduled for 28 April 2023 on 4AD. Underpinned by evocative melodies and compelling lyrical storytelling, First Two Pages of Frankenstein marks an exciting new chapter in the band’s discography. The 11-song album was produced by The National at Long Pond Studios in New York and features guest appearances by Taylor Swift, Phoebe Bridgers and Sufjan Stevens.

Initially, First Two Pages of Frankenstein, the follow-up to 2019’s acclaimed I Am Easy To Find, stalled as singer Matt Berninger went through “a very dark phase where I couldn’t find lyrics or melodies and that period lasted over a year. Although we were always anxious and argued a lot during the making of a record, this was the first time when it felt like things had really come to an end’. Instead, The National “were able to get back together and approach everything from a different angle, and because of that, we’ve arrived at what feels like a new era for the band,” says guitarist/pianist Bryce Dessner, whose bandmates also include his brother Aaron (guitar/piano/bass) and brothers Scott Devendorf (bass, guitar) and Bryan Devendorf (drums). Enjoy Tropic Morning News!

Song of the Day: Slowthai – Selfish

Slowthai is back with details of his third studio album UGLY. Released on March 3rd via Method Records/Universal Music Canada, it launches with new single “Selfish”.  Right now Slowthai is inside a custom built room fitted floor to ceiling with 2-way mirrors. He entered the room last night and will continue to spend time with himself throughout the day while being live streamed to the world.

Exploring his thoughts on what it means to be selfish, Slowthai wrestles with conflicted feelings about not having enough time for those around him. “I want to be there for them but I’m always striving, working, reaching further.” Unbridled ambition that takes him away from those who’d like him to be around more could be deemed selfish, but he sees it more as selflessness as he works for everyone’s future, lifting each other up. His distaste lies with those who are only out for themselves and will trample on anyone to reach their goals. Enjoy the tune!

Magazine / Issue #142

Song of the Day: The Rills – Falling Apart

The Rills are a Lincoln indie band, returning to the city for a homecoming show. Refusing to be held back by multiple lockdowns, they spent 2020 working on releasing two…

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Song of the Day: Peaness – Kaizen

Peaness describe themselves as “three piece indie-pop band based in Chester. With more hooks, charm and depth than a dozen identikit indie-boy bores”. Here’s their song Kaizen, enjoy the tune!

Song of the Day: Bottler – Melatonin

Bottler is the electronic duo of Brooklyn musicians Pat Butler & Phil Shore. Sonically, they blend indie dance & electronic pop with acoustic, digital & analog instrumentation. Enjoy Melatonin!