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Everyday Noise Show: Playlist 3/8/11

12 Mar

Here is the 3/8/11 playlist from my show Everyday Noise on HoundstoothRadio.com. Listen on Tuesdays from 8 to 10 p.m. and again Sundays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Leaving On The 5th    –   Voxhaul Broadcast
I Thought You Were Someone I Knew    –    Jail Weddings
White Diamond Babe    –   Bowery Beasts
Hello Self    –    TRMRS
Why Kill the Writer    –   Paulie Pesh
Soft Shirt    –   Wires In The Walls
i’m a submarine  –    I hate you just kidding
Don’t Gotta Work It Out    –   Fitz & The Tantrums
Caverns    –    We Are The Pilots
Cold Comfort    – The Fling
Hold My Head    –   Dahga Bloom
Yes, I’m Stalking You    –  Dante Vs Zombies
Sleepless   –  Audrey & the Deer
What It Is    –    The Growlers
Laughing At Me    –    My Pet Saddle
Little Pretty Thing    –   Jack Littman
Covina Park    –    Wait. Think. Fast.
Pumped Up Kicks (MNDR Remix)    –  Foster The People
Hope’s All There Is    – maxxfemm
Show Time    –  Stevin Ryan
Limelight    –    Faded Paper Figures
Don’t Be Fooled    –  Walking Sleep
01 Miss Mermaid    –   Writer
For the Headless   –    George Glass
Do You Remember?    –    Francisco The Man
Thought You Knew    –  Melanoid
Got Me Goin    –    Walter Meego
Barricades  –  The Outdoors
Babette!    – Pepper Rabbit
You Take it to Heart   –  Radars to the Sky
Swimming    –  The Smiles
Seesaw    –  So Many Wizards

Everyday Noise Radio: Playlist 10-7-10

8 Oct

Everyday Noise Radio is a SoCal music show on Party934.com or 94.9 FM in Hudson Valley, NY. Ash hosts the show every Wednesday and Thursday from 11 a.m. to noon PST (2-3 p.m. EST).

Playlist for October 7, 2010

* This is a local rainy day mix, except The Soft Pack song which was a request.

Song – Band

Monsters With Misdemeanors    –    yellow red sparks
Truth Sets In    –   Avi Buffalo
Rewind    –    Faded Paper Figures
Pretty Little Head    –    Eliza Rickman
Dry The Rain    –    The Fling
had enough    –   I hate you just kidding
Who Knows Who Cares    –    Local Natives
One’s Song    –  Moostache
Answer to Yourself    –   The Soft Pack
Right    –   Melanoid
Rain Drops    –    Francisco The Man
Autumn Leaves    –   The New Limb
Looks Like a Flood    –    Preacher’s Sons
The Echo  –   Voxhaul Broadcast
Heart Of Wood    –  We Are The Pilots
Portraits    –    Barrett Johnson

Everyday News: FREE MUSIC from Francisco The Man’s

12 Aug

On top of providing Everyday Noise with engaging stories from their mini-tour, Francisco The Man is also giving away their EP Friends Like You for freeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. Yes, for friggin freeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee! This is another reason why we heart them.

Go to http://franciscotheman.bandcamp.com/

Click Buy Now, underneath Digital Copy.

Type in $0 if you want it for free.

Then a link to download the EP will be sent to your email.

Good stuff.


❤ Ash

Everyday Tour: Last Show Recap from the Road with Francisco The Man

12 Aug

Inland Empire’s Francisco The Man have been sharing their stories with us while on the road.

Day Six: High Dive, Empty Pool.

Last time I wrote, the four of us were relaxing with a cup of coffee in Fremont. Currently, we are 30 miles outside Modesto on Interstate 5. Between the two, having played our final show of tour, driven straight from Seattle to San Francisco hopped up on a bunch of pills some chick sold us, recouped with pizza and cold Tecate, and once again slept in the most comfortable pull out bed San Francisco has ever known.

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Everyday Tour: Last Stop on the Road with Francisco The Man

10 Aug

Inland Empire’s Francisco The Man have been sharing their stories with us while on the road.

Day Five: Capitol Hill Comets

Well, we finally made it to Seattle. Between yesterday’s traffic and our lack of interest in leaving the Portland crew, we didn’t have much time to spare before our load-in time at the Comet Tavern so we decided to head straight there. I had heard a lot of good things about the club, so I was feeling fairly optimistic in regards to the show. Once we arrived, it was pretty apparent that the place had a built-in crowd of it’s own and was probably somewhat of a live music staple in the Capitol Hill neighborhood.

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