Category Archives: Lucy Sunday

Nancy Kells Deserves Your Attention

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“You must have lived many lives to write such emotive songs?” Says Norman B in his in-depth and revealing interview with Nancy Kells. The Virginia-based singer-songwriter hints that love and break-ups have provided her with plenty of material to work with. Nancy’s prodigious output came to our attention as Spartan Jet-Plex on the remarkable Fox Food Records. She can also be found using the monikers Noxon Light UniversityLegendary Thunderbirds of Death!Zilla-Plex and collaborating with other talented musicians she has met on Soundcloud, Bandcamp, and Facebook. The seemingly shy, almost self-effacing musician writes beautifully (and by her own admission), sad songs. Nancy Kells’ music is way above average and deserves your attention. Make sure you don’t miss Norman B’s interview with Nancy and hear tracks from her forthcoming album titled Get Some on Life Elsewhere Music Vol. 9.

Life Elsewhere Music, our new weekly, one-hour radio show, and Podcast, curated by Norman B where you’ll hear new, obscure, rare, unique and extraordinary music; hits of the future; artists who deserve your attention and timeless recordings you probably missed. For example:

Sorcha Richardson | Barzin | Hugh |  Spartan Jet-Plex | Zuzu |  Cloud Cover | Siv Jakobsen | Being There | The Beach Bullies | Facit | Ardyn | Zanzibar Chanel | Samuel | Mary Komasa | Denial | Hugh Mundell | Naomi Pilgrim | Osbourne Graham | Carla Dal Forno | Yalta Club | Ralph | Good Good Blood | Twiga | Plush | Spartan Jet-Plex | Funny & Tutti | Birthday Boy & allie | Smut | Zimbru | Eliza Shaddad | Blu Fiefer | Japanese Breakfast | Aosoon | Ider | Bulla Fey | Hideous Towns | Aphix | Prins Emanuel | Sinead Harnett | Wedding ring bells | Future Lover | Maggie Rogers | The Acid | The Bin Bags | Silvia Kastel | A.R. Kane | Dahlia Sleeps | Oliver Heim | Chinawoman | Keaton Henson | A Homeboy, A Hippie & A Funki Dredd | Tash Sultana | Moon Pool & Dead Band | Frankie Teardrop Dead | Wilson Tanner | Bonham Carter | Bury The Wren | Sea Span | Martha | Haux | Mitski | Scientist | Sonstep | Fine Animal | Rosie Carney | Jah Thomas | Laser Background | Quays | Darren Cross | Free Time | Roch | Angèle David-Guillou | Elle Watson | Milosh | Aldous RH | Baby Fire | Young Magic | Lunatics On Pogosticks | Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith | The Cradle | Tiny Little Houses | Failed Flowers | Kip McGrath | Deepest Bison | Tremolo Ghosts | Common Holly 

Life Elsewhere Music airs every Wednesday at 3.00pm PT on NWCZ Radio and available on Mixcloud and Life Elsewhere Music page.

The Life Elsewhere Music Of 2015

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Throughout the past year, we have endeavored to bring to you topics and guests we believe deserve your attention. Often we go off the prescribed radar to focus on areas other media outlets bypass. The need to explore the unknown has led us to also present music often sadly ignored elsewhere. 2015 has been an exceptionally bright year for singer-songwriters and enterprising producers. The array of talent is remarkable, not least of all because the so-called new media outlets have all but ignored much of what we have discovered. Here then is a retrospective look at some of our favorite music tracks, aired on Life Elsewhere in the past twelve months.

The show will include tracks from Amanda MerdzanBirkwin & ViennaBirthday Boy & allieClara La SanLucy SundayMura Masa w/Shura, Siv Jakobsen, Sorcha Richardson, Throwing Shade, Tropic Of Cancer, Twin LimbWolftyla and Zuzu.

If you appreciate the loving effort we make in putting Life Elsewhere on the air, please consider showing us some love in return by making a modest donation — however much you can afford, when it comes from the heart, it’s the kind of gesture that makes what we do worthwhile. To encourage your contribution, Norman B has put together a unique non-stop mix of new music featured on Life Elsewhere in 2015. To get your copy of the Life Elsewhere Holiday Gift Mix, click on the “Make A Donation” button below, complete the form, in return, we’ll send you a special code to unlock and download the Life Elsewhere Holiday Gift Mix. But don’t delay, the Gift Mix will only be available for a limited time. Thank you for supporting Life Elsewhere.

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Life Elsewhere airs:
Sundays 12 noon ET at The Source WMNF HD3  
Mondays 7.00pm ET at WROM Radio
Mondays 5.00pm PT at NWCZ Radio

The Life Elsewhere Holiday Gift Mix 2015

Holiday Gift promo 2015

Thank you for listening to Life Elsewhere. We love putting the show together, searching out fascinating guests and discovering new music. It’s a passion that involves many hours and quite a few dollars to air our top-rated show. If you appreciate the loving effort we make in putting Life Elsewhere on the air, please consider showing us some love in return by making a modest donation — however much you can afford, when it comes from the heart, it’s the kind of gesture that makes what we do worthwhile. To encourage your contribution, Norman B has put together a unique non-stop mix of new music featured on Life Elsewhere in 2015. To get your copy of the Life Elsewhere Holiday Gift Mix, click on the “Make A Donation” button below, complete the form, in return, we’ll send you a special code to unlock and download the Life Elsewhere Holiday Gift Mix. But don’t delay, the Gift Mix will only be available for a limited time. Thank you for supporting Life Elsewhere.

The Life Elsewhere Holiday Gift Mix 2015 features new music from:  Amanda Merdzan, Birkwin & Vienna, Birthday Boy & allie, Clara La San, Kelela, Lucy Sunday, Mura Masa w/Shura, Siv Jakobsen, Sorcha Richardson, Throwing Shade, Tropic Of Cancer, Twin Limb, Wolftyla and Zuzu 

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Life Elsewhere airs:
Sundays 12 noon ET at The Source WMNF HD3  
Mondays 7.00pm ET at WROM Radio
Mondays 5.00pm PT at NWCZ Radio

Peter James On Serial Killers & Norman B. On Exciting New Music

Peter James

Peter James

International best-selling crime thriller novelist, Peter James joins the program to talk about his latest novel, You Are Dead. This is the 11th in James’ award-winning Detective Superintendent Roy Grace series, this time, with a vicious serial killer as the villain. Peter  illustrates his meticulous research strategy with fascinating anecdotes and tells true accounts of riding alongside police detectives in the UK and America. Always an entertaining guest, Peter James pays Norman B a sincere compliment, when he says, “I always enjoy talking to you, you are my favorite interviewer!”

In the second half of the program, at the urging of numerous listeners, Norman B presents a selection of new music he believes deserves your attention. “There is an abundance of exceptional new music that continues to come my way,” says Norman, this includes the best album I’ve listened to repeatedly, in a long, long time, Diane by Birkwin & Vienna. It would be unfair of me not to share with my listeners!” You’ll also hear from Steve Sobs with Count Me Out a track from his album, Hell Gate Waterway. With such a wry moniker, you would be excused if you thought you were about to hear something verging on the whimsical…spoiler alert, it’s not. Alex Crossan, aka Mura Masa, teenage, UK producer teamed up with Russian-born, London-based singer Shura for Love For That, a track from his debut album. And, LA-based Lucy Sunday, soulfully tells us all about her love life falling apart with December Love. From the exquisite video, (featured below) expertly directed by Sunday and Isabelle Chester, with choreography by Katie Orr, it would appear that Lucy, along with all her other talents, is also a formidable dancer.

Life Elsewhere airs:
Sundays 12 noon ET at The Source WMNF HD3  
Mondays 7.00pm ET at WROM Radio
Mondays 5.00pm PT at NWCZ Radio