The Catch Up With Love Letters & Tallulah Webb
Tallulah Webb founder of Sad Club Records joined us for the second hour to talk starting and running a label, the beauty of casette tapes, and played some of her favourite tracks from Sad Club and beyond.
Listen back to the show below.
Full track list:
Kaiit - Miss Shiney
whenyoung - The Others
Christine and the Queens - Comme Si
Sinead O’Brien - A List of Normal Sins
Nilüfer Yanya - Baby Blu
Girlpool - Pretty
st.martiins - want god
Cocteau Twins - Cherry Coloured Funk
Adam Green and Binki Shapiro - If You Want Me To
Karen Meat - I Made You A Card
David Bowie - Young Americans
John Myrtle - Foggy
Christopher Owen - Another Loser Fuck Up
Sunflower Bean - Come For Me
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