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by t3h933k from Entropy at 3:41 PM on 2·16·2014

Julius Brockington – Rock Steady

L’Equipe Du Son – Gina (Original Mix)
John Talabot – Estiu
L’Equipe Du Son – She Was A Dancer (The Outrunners Remix)


Aeroplane – Without Lies (Breakbot Remix)
Young Montana? – Sacre Cool
Mux Mool – Hog Knuckles

Mimosa – Julia’s Labyrinth
Baauer – My Head

Dreams – OooO
Dane Chadwick – Quicken
datassette – Humans

Bop – The Amazing Adventures of One Curious Pixel
Bop – 8-Bit Cosmos

Ryan Hemsworth – The Happy Mask Shop
Shoulda – On My Roost

Bastian – Game Over

by Shezza from Pat Thai at 2:15 PM on 2·16·2014

Unknown Mortal Orchestra – The Opposite of Afternoon
Margot and the Nuclear So and So’s – A Children’s Crusade on Acid
HAIM – If I Could Change Your Mind
Band of Horses – Detlef Schrempf
Pearl Jam – Better Man
Vampire Weekend – Everlasting Arms
Unknown Mortal Orchestra – FFunny FFrends

Radiohead – 15 Step
Arcade Fire – Haiti
Two Door Cinema Club – Come Back Home
Arcade Fire – Rebellion (Lies)
Bombay Bicycle Club – Beggars
The Preatures – Is This How You Feel?

Swim Deep – She Changes the Weather
Poolside – Harvest Moon
Foals – Out Of The Woods
Arctic Monkeys – Knee Socks
Fickle Friends – Swim
Lavender Diamond – I Don’t Recall
Radiohead – Reckoner
Major Lazer – Jessica (feat. Ezra Koenig)

Black Keys – I Got Mine
Hiatus Kaiyote – Lace Skull
The Neighbourhood – A Little Death
Mac Demarco – Sherrill
Led Zeppelin – Your Time Is Gonna Come
Oasis – Champagne Supernova

by Alex Fiato from Blues before Midnight at 11:36 AM on 2·16·2014

A little late in getting this posted for those who have inquired. Not necessarily in chronological order but last night’s show was another attempt at showing the synergy of modern American music as it evolved throughout the 20th. century. Jazz and Blues are joined at the hip and a spirited discussion continues as to which is the origin of the species. That both birthed and nurtured RnB and RnR, is irrefutable. February being Black History Month, it is appropriate to note that none of this music heard here would exist without the artistic and cultural contributions from the African Diaspora that originated the music and the people who, knowing its relevance, recorded and made it accessible to everyone. That accessibility, intoxicating rhythms and universal message of love and loss, hope and redemption, blur all lines of color.

Ahmad Jamal- Arabesque
Daine Schuur & The Caribbean Jazz Project- As
Arnett Cobb- Flying Home
Cootie Williams- Summit Ridge Drive
Benny Golson- Uptown Afterburn
Bill Wyman’s Rhythm Kings- When Hollywood goes Black and Tan.
Herb Ellis & Melvin Rhyne- Blues for Bennie
Ben Sidran- Back Nine
Brook Benton & Dinah Washington- A rockin good way
Mark Knofler- Got to have something
T-Bone Walker- I walked away; Life is too short; Welcome Blues
Albert Cummings- Blues makes me feel so good; Please
Chris Cain- A woman down in Texas
Robin Trower- 21st. century Blues
Buddy Moss- Chesterfield
Eric Gales- Just got paid
John Fogarty with The Fairfield Four- 110 in the shade

by DJ Stone from Glacial Abrasion at 1:01 AM on 2·16·2014

Alice In Chains – Stone
Sleeper Agent – Waves NEW
Piqued Jacks – Amusement Park
Chevelle – Take Out The Gunman NEW
Imagine Dragons – Amsterdam
Crosses – The Epilogue NEW
The Who – Who Are You (Classic Rock Cut)
Arcade Fire – Reflektor
Kongos – Come With Me Now NEW
Soundgarden – Spoonman
Silversun Pickups – Cannibal NEW
Queens Of The Stone Age – No One Knows
Gemini Syndrome – Stardust NEW
Siouxsie & The Banshees – Peek-A-Boo (Classic Alternative Cut)
U2 – Invisible NEW
Volbeat – Dead But Rising NEW
Depeche Mode – Enjoy The Silence
Sick Puppies – Howard’s Tale
Halestorm – Love Bites (So Do I)
The Neighbourhood – Afraid

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