Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Music Notes: My Radio Show Set List from 9/8/13

Here’s a list of what I played for my set on September 8th:

Wavves, “Horse Shoes” from Babes [EP] (Self-Released)
Tin Tin Can, “Arkansas” from The Devil and the Mockingbird (Self-Released)
White Hills, “In Your Room” from So You Are...So You'll Be (Thrill Jockey)
Savage Sister, “fractalfingers” from Savage Sister (Self-Released)
The Box Tops, “The Letter” (Mata)
Journey, “Walks Like a Lady” from Departure (Columbia)
Ras G & The Afrikan Space Program, “One 4 Kutmah” from Back on the Planet (Brainfeeder)
New Order, “Everything's Gone Green” (Factory)
A Storm of Light, “The Fore Sermon” from Nations to Flames (Southern Lord)
Everything But the Girl, “Before Today” from Walking Wounded (Atlantic)
Heavy D,”Now That We Found Love” from Peaceful Journey (Uptown)
Diamond Plate, “Walking Backwards” from Pulse (Earache)
Broken Social Scene, “Pacific Theme” from You Forgot It In People (Arts & Crafts)
Gang Gang Dance, “Nomad for Love” from God's Money (The Social Registry)
Hiatus Kaiyote, “Mobius Streak” from Tawk Tomahawk (Flying Buddha)
Julianna Barwick, “Pyrrhic” from Nepenthe (Dead Oceans)
Oshwa, “Baraboo” from Chamomile Crush (Naked Ally)
Mister Lies, “Align” from Mowgli (Lefse)
Woven Bones, “If It Feels Alright” from In and Out and Back Again (HoZac)
Stephen Paul Smoker, “Oh Daniel” from Violent Sun / Violent Fun (Self-Released)
Prodigy & The Alchemist, “Give ‘Em Hell” from Albert Einstein (Infamous)
Lambert, Hendricks & Ross, “Cotton Tail” from The Hottest New Group in Jazz (Columbia)
Buddy Rich and His Orchestra, “Jumpin' at the Woodside” from Very Live at Buddy's Place (Verve)
XTC, “Senses Working Overtime” from English Settlement (Virgin)
The Honey Bears, “One Bad Stud” from The Leiber-Stoller Songbook (Ideal Music)
Royal Bangs, “Better Run” from Brass (Modern Art)

I’ll be back in the studio on Sunday Sept. 15 from 2-4 pm CST with more music. This week is part of CHIRP’s Fall fundraising campaign. Help to keep independent radio alive and kicking by contributing what you can by clicking here. Thanks!

(P.S. Everyone who makes a gift to CHIRP from now until 9/20 will receive an automatic entry into a drawing to win a free Sonos wireless sound system!)


  1. I love that Oshwa song! Can we hear more from that album in the future?

    1. Thanks! CHIRP Radio has a new interview with Oshwa that was just posted to their podcast page. You can listen to it here: http://chirpradio.org/podcasts/oshwa

    2. That's awesome! Thanks!

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