- Richard Hawley (London, UK)
- "Tonight the Streets are Ours"
- Tonight the Streets are Ours EP (iTunes, Amazon MP3)
- similar: Burt Bacharach
- Sambassadeur (Gothenburg, Sweden)
- "Days" and "Small Parade"
- European (iTunes, eMusic, Amazon MP3)
- similar: Camera Obscura, The Ladybug Transistor
- Blair (Brooklyn, NY via New Orleans, LA)
- "Rampage" and "Wolfboy"
- Die Young (iTunes, eMusic, Amazon MP3)
- (oops. I said she was from New Orleans, but she’s moved to Brooklyn)
- Dr. Dog (Philidelphia, PA)
- "Where’d All the Time Go?" and "Later"
- Shame, Shame (iTunes, eMusic, Amazon MP3)
- similar: Page France, James
- James (Manchester, UK)
- "Laid" (Acoustic)
- Radio WoodStock 25th Anniversary (iTunes, eMusic, Amazon MP3)
- (they have a new release in the UK, once it’s out here I’ll probably play it)
- Sally Seltmann (Melbourne, Australia)
- "Set Me Free" and "Dark Blue Angel"
- Heart That’s Pounding (iTunes, eMusic, Amazon MP3)
- similar: New Buffalo, Regina Spektor
- Tobin Sprout (Leland, MI)
- "Small Parade"
- What’s Up Matador? (iTunes, eMusic, Amazon MP3)
- similar: Guided By Voices
ALSO ON THIS SHOW
This episode features an extended clip of Bill Moyers, one of my favorite people, about his admitted bias, from the final episode of Bill Moyers Journal. As well as a clip from NPR‘s All Things Considered recent interview with Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood about new national bike policy.