This week’s countdown finally has Louise Burns on the top spot. Her second album, The Midnight Mass got released on Tuesday through music stores and digital downloads. The style in the new album has more an 80s style and it’s worth listening to. The music video to Emeralds Shatter got released.
The only new entry on this week’s top 10 is from Shad & Skratch Bastid’s EP, The Spring Up. The track chosen was Homie, which features Cadence Weapon.
On the radio show itself, it was a best of interview segment by Data Romance. Originally aired in October (2012), you can watch the interview below. As usual, you can listen to the audio from below the top 10.
There were new music from Body Language and ASTR. There were a couple of flood songs as Toronto experienced heavy rain and power outages. You can check the playlist from the live show over at this link.
Here’s the top 10 list for July 10th
1. Emeralds Shatter – Louise Burns (1st Week)
2. Painful Like – Austra
3. Black Trudeau (Rap Prime Minister) – Maestro Fresh Wes
4. Amends – Braids
5. Everything Changes – We Are The City
6. In Enemies – Still Life Still
7. In The City Tonight – Lightning Dust
8. Trip The Fantastic Light – Grand Analog featuring Maylee Todd & Len Bowen
9. I Love You – Said The Whale
10. Homie – Shad & Skratch Bastid featuring Cadence Weapon
The July 10th Radio Show – Press play to listen.
Playlist from the Podcast
–Before The Wild 10 Countdown–
Heart of Glass (Oliver & Thee Mike B Remix) – Blondie (available on Soundcloud)
–After The Wild 10 Countdown–
Where Have All The Good People Gone? – Sam Roberts
Somebody Sweet To Talk To – She & Him
Gun – CHVRCHES
Varisity – Smith Westerns
Power Outage – Gianna Lauren
Chasing The Sunset – Imaginary Cities
On The Sea – Beach House
The Data Romance Interview from October 2012