The Hidden Track features some of the most popular, most commented, and all around most awesome tracks from the preceding month on One Track Mind. We throw in some material by artists whose work is somehow connected to those picks as well as The Bonus Track, a song which didn’t make the cut on One Track Mind but was so good we had to share it anyway.
The podcast is hosted by Danny, who produces the daily content on the site, and Jeff, who lends his passion for and knowledge of good music.
On Episode #8, Danny and Jeff make a few trips to Canada and serve up a Britpop trifecta as they reflect on some of May’s most memorable tunes and pull out a few others from the depths of their music libraries. You’ll be treated to some C-86, contemporary electronic music collectives, and southern-fried grooves from north of the border.
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01 Jason Collett – Love Is A Dirty Word
02 The Glands – Livin’ Was Easy
03 Brakes (aka Brakesbrakesbrakes) – Heard About Your Band
04 The Rakes – 22 Grand Job
05 The Futureheads – Struck Dumb
06 Close Lobsters – I Kiss the Flower in Bloom
07 The Young Sinclairs – Tribe
08 Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti – Round and Round
09 Marching Band – Something Stops
10 Solvent – Loss for Words
11 Holy Fuck – Latin America