Courtney Barnett & more Aussie Bands (attenti ai canguri)
Afternoon Tunes Podcast
Courtney Barnett (Live at Splendour in the grass) J Rock for the Masses Chai Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, The Dirty Three, Cosmic Psychos, Beasts of Bourbon, King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard, Amyl & the Sniffers, Tame Impala, Ac/Dc
Cuéntame Un Disco: Courtney Barnett - Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit
Cuéntame Un Disco
Courtney Barnett narra canción a canción su disco ´Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit´ (2015).Un disco completo, de la A, a la B. Toda la historia, de principio a fin.⏏︎ Producido por @carlosandrade | ⦿ @CuentameUnDisco
New Mix: Courtney Barnett And Vagabon, Shame, Buke And Gase, More
All Songs Considered
All Songs Considered host Bob Boilen shares surprising collaborations between Vagabon and Courtney Barnett, Buke and Gase with So Percussion and more great discoveries.Featured Artists And Songs:1. Vagabon Feat. Courtney Barnett: "Reason to Believe" 2. Gia Margaret: "Solid Heart" 3. Shame: "Nigel Hitter" from Drunk Tank Pink4. Buke and Gase / So Percussion: "Hold It In" from A Record Of...5. awakebutstillinbed: "beauty" from stay who you are6. Another Sky: "It Keeps Coming" from Music For Winter Vol. 1
Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile: Sea Lice by the Seaside (Pitchfork Live) 2017
If you are looking for a pretend vacation from pandemic-life, this is the concert for you. Paul (partner, husband, co-parent, yadda-yadda) returns to discuss Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile's Sea Lice concert with a Malibu backdrop. Chill-chill discussion about chill-chill concert vibes. You can watch the concert here.
The Out On That Line podcast rolls on with our lucky 7th episode! This week, Geoff & Alex get deep into Against Me! frontwoman, Laura Jane Grace's latest, "STAY ALIVE," as well as Aussie alternative rocker Courtney Barnett's 2015 debut, "SOMETIMES I SIT AND THINK, AND SOMETIMES I JUST SIT."Be sure to like/share/subscribe/review, and keep your album recommendations coming!IG: @outonthatlineTWITTER: @outonthatline1GMAIL: email@example.com#OutOnThatLine #OOTL*In loving memory of Eddie Van Halen*
Media Boys #13 - Hot Fuzz, The Touryst, SISaTaSIJS by Courtney Barnett
Media Boys Podcast
Episode 13!? Uh oh. You know what that means! Please let us know what that means at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Fellas talk an action/comedy based on an ice cream, a game about goofing off on vacay, and an album about being Australian. If you see a black cat while listening to this episode, give it a pat on the head and say the description guy sent you.Hot Fuzz Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ayTnvVpj9t4The Touryst Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lSQD5xJeXpkSometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit by Courtney Barnett: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k2sW53Hjo30
Courtney Barnett is a national treasure. Ever since I started hearing her songs, around 2013, she’s been one of my favourite storytellers. A dry wit, with a knack for writing very catchy indie rock songs and reflecting back on the world around her; big and small.That talent has taken her around the world, and for a good part of the last five years, Courtney has been on the road; consistently touring around Australia, the US, and Europe. When coronavirus hit, that all stopped. And CB found herself back in her adopted hometown for the longest spell in quite a while. When I ask her to Take 5, Melbourne is in the midst of a coronavirus spike, the city is back in lockdown and feeling somewhat cut off and left behind from the rest of Australia. That’s one of the reasons I asked Courtney to Take 5 with HER Melbourne… the city, the songs, and the stories that have filled her heart since she first moved here.Kee’ahn - Better ThingsNat Vazer -Higher PlacesJune Jones - Look at You GoAlice Skye - Grand IdeasSampa The Great - Freedom
Courtney Barnett, In The Greene Space (From the Archives)
Courtney Barnett's songs are wild, shaggy and wordy, mixing witty, mundane, and sometimes heartbreaking observations with devastating self-assessment. And with a sound rooted in the slack jangle of the late 1980s and the early 1990s, Barnett delivers plainspoken lyrics and roll off the tongue as if she's thinking them up on the spot. You can hear that in her break-out song "Avant Gardener" or in "Pedestrian At Best," from 2015's superb album, Sometimes I Sit and Think, And Sometimes I Just Sit, in which she spits off a list of personal insecurities and internal monologues to an former love. Watch the Australia native spotlight songs from Sometimes I Sit and Think, And Sometimes I Just Sit in a live session from WNYC's Greene Space. - Michael KatzifSet List:"Dead Fox""Depreston""Pedestrian At Best""An Illustration Of Loneliness (Sleepless In New York)"
Courtney Barnett - Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit.
Now Hear This
We're back again with Courtney Barnett's 2015 Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit. - a punchy, wordy, refreshing thrill of a record from a young Australian song craft master. With an understated pride for her home (and a hook), Courtney's incredibly detailed lyrics, both dry and wistful, float on clean but pumping '90s tinged alt rock. Her sharp observations mirror the music and because of that we think you should just listen to this episode. Now hear this: "Elevator Operator," “Pedestrian at Best," and “Depreston."Have something to say? Email us: email@example.comIf you want to listen to the music discussed on the show, then subscribe to this playlist: https://nowhearthis.lnk.to/theplaylist See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.