If you missed a few episodes this season they are all in their own playlists.
Here for a good time not a long time, this tenth episode brings season three of The Little Man's Wireless Show to an end. Where else could you have Sizzla alongside Nicole Dolleganger and Tom Petty? We've selected a vocal-heavy mix this week with some classic songs. Thanks for listening along, my darlings. There'll be a season 4 at some point.
For the record I’m fine. Not fine, but “fine”. Just weird. And watching my brain decide to start crushing on the most random person for literally no reason. C’mon brain we don’t do that.
All aboard this week's episode of The Little Man's Wireless Show! The train leaves the station with a little Mitski and proceeds through singer-songwriter heights before beginning a second leg across the instrumental and downbeat steppes. Finally, we wind our way down the eclectic valley till we cut through a natural cave and out to the bay. Enjoy the journey!
They say if you say his name five times into a mirror, the Little Man will appear and sing his Wireless Show to you. But don't do that. Instead have this 1hr playlist, a poorer but much safer alternative to the Real Thing.
Like.... hours and hours of trying to get brain to do worky thing. It's.. kind of not good.
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Bit of a special one this week on The Little Man's Wireless Show. Lockdown Level 4 has felt tough for folks this week, so I've made a list of absolute classic artists and songs, regardless of fame and familiarity, many connected to specific moments or people I love. So we've got Imogen Heap, Lisa Hannigan, D'Angelo, Tyler, Tricky, Tom Waits, Tracy Chapman, and more in a two-hour episode. I think this is a good one. Check it out, my darlings, and love to you and yours.
Here's the Little Man's Wireless Show delights;
Tune in the Sounds, ye Mighty, and despair!
Nothing beside remains. Round the decay
Of that colossal Wreck, boundless and bare
The lone and level sands stretch far away.
Last week's playlist: