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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 Show on HoundstoothRadio.com this TUESDAY!

10 Jan

The Everyday Noise show, featuring Southern California music, on HoundstoothRadio.com airs this Tuesday, Jan. 11 from 8pm-11pm PST. You’ll hear a lot of LA/OC bands playing residencies this month, like Foster The People, Grouplove, Pacific Hurt and more. PLUS Jenny O, The Smiles, Joe Gil, Fool’s Gold, So Many Wizards and so on.

Album Review: So Many Wizards, ‘Love Songs for When You Leave Me’

30 Apr

In and of itself, the act of acquiring new music is rarely an inspiring experience. Most local acts will hand you a CD-R, languishing inside a jewel case with their band name hastily scrawled in Sharpie across the disc. Even more impersonal is the mp3 download—directing your browser to SendSpace to download a zip file of data meant to replicate what was once a very tactile experience.

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