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We start this show with a track off the latest album by US artist Kishi Bashi ( He has actually been around for a number of years but this new album Omoiyari is his stand out work so far. Hope you enjoy the two tracks we feature from him on the show. The other artist(s) or should I say production team that has been spinning all month is, Equiknox, we did feature a track by them on a show last year, their latest release, Brooklyn hits the spot here at Ring of Fire.
More hip hop influenced tunes on the show than usual this month with Injury Reserve, epic beard men and Jpegmafia featuring.
Remember Devendra Banhart? We do, he's got a new album out that makes slightly nostalgic for the noughties hipster, hippy vibe!
To celebrate 50 years since the moon landing last month we have Woog Riots singing, "We Are Not Houston". Plus lots of other strange things like The Animals singing, "A Girl Called Sandoz", Scottish garage band Les Bof! who only sing in French, another tune off the debut by Hygiene a bunch of Canadians marooned in London and writing songs about UK life that hit the spot.
Thanks for listening and listen out for our Supermarket Special elsewhere in the schedule this month.

Now Playing:
Kishi Bashi - Penny Rabbit & Summer Bear
Kishi Bashi
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Kishi Bashi is the pseudonym of singer, multi-instrumentalist, and songwriter Kaoru Ishibashi (born November 4, 1975).

He is a founding member of the New York synth rock outfit Jupiter One, as well as a touring member of Georgia based indie rock group of Montreal and has also toured with Regina Spektor, predominantly as a violinist.

Kishi Bashi is Kaoru Ishibashi's self-recorded and self-produced project started in 2011 with his first EP; Room For Dream, released in May 2011
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Upcoming gigs:
Fri 27 Sep 2019Kishi Bashi at Variety Playhouse (September 26, 2019): Variety Playhouse, Atlanta, GA, USConcerts by songkick
Sat 28 Sep 2019Kishi Bashi at Republic (September 27, 2019): Republic, New Orleans, LA, USConcerts by songkick
Sun 29 Sep 2019Kishi Bashi at The Mohawk-austin (September 28, 2019): The Mohawk-austin, Austin, TX, USConcerts by songkick
Mon 30 Sep 2019Kishi Bashi at The Heights (September 29, 2019): The Heights, Houston, TX, USConcerts by songkick
Tue 1 Oct 2019Kishi Bashi at Trees (September 30, 2019): Trees, Dallas, TX, USConcerts by songkick

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