My KUTX: My Jerusalem’s Jeff Klein

My Jerusalem is the KUTX Artist of the Month for July. Photo by Jorge Sanhueza-Lyon/KUTX

My Jerusalem formed in New Orleans but moved to Austin a few years ago, but the funny thing is, they don’t really sound like either of these cities. There’s something distinctly British and dark about their music, gothic and romantic in equal measure.

Fittingly, singer and guitarist Jeff Klein plays a lot of dark, British music as our guest DJ this week on My KUTX. He talks about how artists like David Bowie and the Cure influenced My Jerusalem’s new album, A Little Death, alongside ’60s soul singers like Ray Charles and Jan Bradley. Tune in on Saturday, July 16 at 6 p.m. or listen anytime at the bottom of the page.

–Art Levy


[intro music: My Jerusalem – “Rabbit Rabbit”]

1. Angelo Badalamenti – “Twin Peaks Theme”

2. David Bowie – “Sound & Vision”

3. Leonard Cohen – “Chelsea Hotel #2”

4. Bauhaus – “Dark Entries”

5. Ray Charles – “(Night Time Is) The Right Time”

6. Edwyn Collins – “A Girl Like You”

7. Neil Diamond – “Juliet”

8. Grinderman – “Palaces Of Montezuma”

9. Nina Simone – “Strange Fruit”

10. The Cure – “Lovesong”

11. Jan Bradley – “Mama Didn’t Lie”

12. The Replacements – “Hold My Life”

13. Roland Pöntinen – “Gymnopédie No. 1” (Erik Satie)

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