Alternate Take: Hear Beth Gibbons, 7ebra, Menahan Street Band + more

Listen to “Alternate Take” with host Liz Warner every Thursday from 8-10 p.m. ET on Detroit Public Radio 101.9 WDET.

"Alternate Take" host Liz Warner poses for a photo inside the WDET studios.

Liz Warner

This week on Alternate Take, I feature new music from Portishead’s Beth Gibbons, Sweden’s twin sister band 7ebra, Brooklyn’s Menahan Street Band, house music from Detroit’s own House of Hits and more.

I also share updates on events happening in metro Detroit.

See the playlist below and listen to the episode on-demand for two weeks after it airs using the media player above.

Alternate Take Playlist for July 4, 2024

  • Thundercat – “The Life Aquatic”
  • Herbie Hancock – “Ready Or Not”
  • Talking Heads – “Born Under Punches (The Heat Goes On)”
  • Brijean – “Workin’ On It”
  • Beth Gibbons – “For Sale”
  • Nick Schillace – “Exponential Love”
  • Anthonie Tonnon – “Peacetime Orders”
  • 7ebra – “Normal Song”
  • Angélica Garcia – “Intuición”
  • Menahan Street Band & Rogé – “Mis Filos (TV Mix)”
  • Thee Sacred Souls – “Lucid Girl”
  • Spencer Zahn – “SL500”
  • Pharoah Sanders – “Astral Traveling”
  • His Name Is Alive – “Calling All Believers”
  • Julius Rodriguez – “Champion’s Call (feat. Georgia Anne Muldrow)”
  • House of Hits – “Did You Have A Gig Last Night?”
  • Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark – “Metroland”
  • Todd Terje – “Preben Goes to Acapulco”
  • Ed Schrader’s Music Beat – “Daylight Commander”
  • Kronos Quartet & Friends Meet Sun Ra – “Daddy’s Gonna Tell You No Lie (feat. Laraaji)”
  • The Album Leaf – “Another Day”
  • Geoffrey Oryema – “Passage at Dusk”

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  • Liz Warner
    Liz Warner — known to late-night Detroit audiences as Liz Copeland — is an award-winning multimedia journalist specializing in audio. She started in Detroit as a nightly live radio producer and host on WDET in 1995.