Thursday, October 8, 2009
Here's the playlist for today!
Artist - Song - Album
Lullatone - Ice Water - A Small Mix of Comp Hits for Friends
The Books - The Future, that Would Be Great - Live at the Art Institute of Chicago
*The Dutchess & The Duke - The River - Sunset/Sunrise
Junior Boys - Max - See You on the Moon! Songs for Kids of All Ages
*The Clientele -Jennifer & Julia - Bonfires on the Heath
The Diskettes - Come on Over - The Diskettes
The Macadamia Brothers - Housesitting - Never Mind the Brollies
Belle & Sebastian - Photo Jenny - Push Barman to Open Old Wounds
Papercuts - Tulips - Mockingbird
Foot Foot - Wind Blows the Door Open - Snaggle and Buck
Penguin Cafe Orchestra - Penguin Cafe Single - Music from the Penguin Cafe
*Broadcast & The Focus Group - The Be Colony / Dashing Home / What on Earth Took You? - Broadcast and The Focus Group Investigate Witch Cults of the Radio Age
The Field Mice - When Morning Comes to Town - Sensitive
Brian Glaze - Leader of the Band - Green Living
Julie Doiron - Me and My Friend - Woke Myself Up
Mount Eerie - Between Two Mysteries - Wind's Poem
Pants Yell! - Onward, Sailboat - Our Horse Calls
Tan Dollar - Epic Mana - Friendship Bracelet Club, Vol. 2
*Air - So Light is Her Footfall - Love 2
Smog - Teenage Spaceship - Knock Knock
High Places - Vision's the First... - High Places
*RR vs. D - AU - Versions
*The Pastels / Tenniscoats - Vivid Youth - Two Sunsets
Juliana Barwick - Anjos - Florine
You can find a download of the show here.
If you're listening right now, Justice or Just Us is commemorating the Twilight Zone's 50th anniversary by taking a look at how Twilight Zone was a T.V. pioneer for being culturally relevant (as it still is) as well as entertaining in ways the its non-fictional contemporaries were afraid to be. It illuminated our prides and prejudices through metaphors for racism, cold war paranoia, and themes of groupthink and conformity. His guest is Stewart Stanyard, author of Dimensions Behind the Twilight Zone and creator of twilightzone.org.
A podcast should be available here shortly.
In show news...there's LESS THAN A WEEK until DAN DEACON! Dan Deacon is playing a show right here at UCI on October 14th. He is scheduled to play at the Cross Cultural Center on the UCI campus at 8pm. Admission will be ten dollars.
Also, what's everyone going to be for Halloween? I'm considering either Wednesday Adams...