Sunday, May 16, 2010

Ooops! Word's gotten around at the workplace that Charlie is mad at me for not updating our playlists. They are all written on napkins & stuff in my junk drawer. As long as I have them it's out of sight out of mind for me...

My bad.

Whoa! I guess it has serioiusly been a long time on here! At least I didn't make it to a month. Close though!
Also, the internet was down for about 4 weeks of programming, so most of these (up until May 2nd) are not available to download or stream online.

Let's go backwards chronologically.

May 9th, 2010
Lotta folk music. The more I thought about it, the more I started thinking that if folk music is 'for the people', wouldn't punk music have alot in common with it? In fact, you could almost say that any form of music is folk music.
Coming off the crest of seeing Ólöf Arnalds play as part of Nuna/Now, and preparing yourself for NoBunny.

The Pack AD - 1880
Sinead O'Conner & The Chieftains - the Foggy Dew
The Real MacKenzies - McLeod
Hawksley Workman - We'll Make Time (If There Ain't No Time)
Ólöf Arnalds - Klara
The Pack AD - Everyone Looks Like Everyone
The Weber Brothers - Don't Wait till Tomorrow
Ben Harper & The Relentless 7 - Why Must You Always Dress In Black?
Little Miss Higgins - Wash Those Blues Away
Balkan Beat Box - Marcha De La Vida
Gogol Bordello - My Companjera
The Hold Steady - Hurricane J
Meisha & The Spanks - Heart Knows Better
We Are Bravest - Still Counting Stars
We Are Bravest - The Way It Stays
The Monks - Shut Up
Nobunny - Give It To Me
Kids on Fire - Pure Passion for the Desperate Masses
Nobunny -


May 2nd, 2010
...means new Hold Steady & Sage Francis in the station!!! Coming off the crest of seeing Legion of Liquor & Dreanaught the night before. The local metal band Dreanaught, not the killer celtic punk band from BC called The Dreadnoughts with an o.) You may have seen us there. We were the ones in togas. Threw in some old Ted Leo & old Japanther for good measure, and stir...

Kids On Fire - Pure Passion for Desperate Masses
Ted Leo & The Pharmacists - Timorous Me
Sage Francis - The Best of Times
Brand New - The Archers Bows Have Broken
Legion of Liquor - Warriors of Wine
The Weber Brothers - Some People
Motion City Soundtrack - Can't Finish What You've Started
Hawaiian Bibles - There's Good People in the City
The Hold Steady - Hurricane J
We Are The City - My Old Friend
Murder By Death - You Don't Miss Twice (When You're Shaving With A Knife)
The Spy From Cairo - Kurdish Delight
Secret Agent Tony Allen - Secret Agent
Japanther - Stabby
Japanther - Pacific NW Last Chance To Dance
Kids on Fire - Grand Mystifier
Young Doctors in Love - Eloise & Her Sister Marta
Hawksley Workman - (Happiness is a) Tokyo Bicycle
The Dreadoughts - Ivanhoe
Grand Analog - Everyday Always


April 25th, 2010
In this episode I'm: excited for my birthday (which was the 28th! The same day as Hollerado! Who were just alright.), coming down off Moses Mayes the night before - and Subcity the night before that, gearing up for The Weber Brothers, and Pack AD, always always getrting restless (This City is a Drag) and cheering on the Bruins!

Moses Mayes - Intrafusion
Hawksley Workman - This City is a Drag
At The Drive In - Arcarsenal
The National Parcs - Walk The walk
The White Stripes - Jolene
Pack A D - K Stomp
B A Johnston - She Is A Twinkie
Class War Kids - The Vegan Avenger Ascends Into Legend
Hollerado - Do The boot da doot do
The Sheepdogs - I Don't Know
The Weber Brothers - Some People
Christian D & the Hangovers - Heroin Hangover
GBH - This Is Not The Real World
The Cat Empire - The Rhythm
Mason Rack Band - Seen Her B4
Dropkick Murphys - Dirty Water
Hawksley Workman - We'll Make Time (Even When There Ain't No Time)
Maiko Watson feat Lebeato - Some Kinda Love
Greg MacPherson - Broken Dreams
Kris Kristofferson - Love Don't Live Here Anymore
Ian La Rue & The Condor - And It All Comes Down To This
Tony Allen - Busy body


April 18th, 2010
In this episode, I am obsessed with the creative genious of both Ted Leo & Greg MacPherson. They both completely blow me away. Despite that I hate the comparison, they are both highly skilled songwriters, and I finally got to see Greg release his first album in 4 years on April 10th. I also worked merch for him & rocked out 1500$ worth of it! Hell yeah!
And afterwards, I went to the Op Ivy tribute at the Albert.

Subcity Dwellers - When he Record Comes Kicking In
The Class War Kids - Confessions of a Futon Revolutionist
Less Than Jake - History of a Boring Town
Greg MacPherson - First Class
Operation Ivy - Sound System
The Burning Hell - The Things That People Make Pt 3: West Coast Version
Ted Leo & The Pharmacists - The Stick
Greg MacPherson Band - California
Ted Leo & The Pharmacists - Heart Problems
Greg MacPherson Band - West St James
Ted Leo & The Pharmacists - Little Dawn
The Animalistics - Nympho
Operation Ivy - Healthy Body
The Flatliners - Eulogy
UltraMega - Shimmmy Shimmy Ya
Brand New - Noro
The Savants - That Was Easy
CR Avery - The Boxer Who Just Returned from London
The Burning Hell -Last Winter

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