Thursday, September 30, 2010

sounds of science - 9/29/2010

back in the saddle after a week off, lot's of great new music today including tracks from a couple of heavy album of the year candidates, including deerhunter's halcyon digest, aloe blacc's good things and harlem's hippies. Anyways here's the show, if you missed it, you can get it here.

set one
tom waits - "all the world is green" from blood money       
caribou - "skunks" from caribou vibration ensemble ft marshall allen    
husker du  - "girl who lives on heaven hill" from new day rising         
solar bears - "kill on" from the inner sunshine ep
rah rah - "communist man" from breaking hearts   
teengirl fantasy - "forever the feeling from 7 am                   
eternal summers - "i'll die young for rock n' roll" from silver

set two
deerhunter - "helicopter" from halcyon digest    
teen daze - "shine on, you crazy white cap" from four more years        
shed - "keep time" from the traveller
matthew dear - "i can't feel" from black city
cfcf - "snake charmer (young galaxy remix)  from the drifts ep
tornado wallace - " tornado never dies" from tornado never dies...  

set three
joe cuba - "joe cuba's madness" from new york latin hustle
de la soul - "keepin' the faith" from de la soul is dead
shad - "we, myself, & I" from tsol                  
aloe blacc - "you make me smile" from good things       
roots manuva vs wrongtom - "jah warriors" from duppy writer          
nestor wynrush - "garbage hill" from trinnipeg !78     
white denim - "incaviglia" from last day of summer     

set four
harlem  -  "gay human bones" from hippies           
red fisher - "actus reaus" from war wagon         
paper lions - "don't touch that dial" from trophies          
rodriguez - "heikki's suburbia bus tour" from coming from reality
the poppy family - "beyond the clouds" from a good thing lost
the sumner brothers - "both back" from sumner brothers   
doug sahm & the sir douglas band - "juan mendoza" from texas tornado
the marked men - "a little time" from fix my brain

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