Rocket 88 (Music)
Tue Mar 6th 2012 7.00am–10.00am
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Air “Modular Mix”
from Premiers symptômes (Astralwerks 1999) —Air's new album, "Le voyage dans la Lune," is out now! Kate here filling in for Darren this morning :)
Scattered Trees “Love and Leave”
from Sympathy (Roll Call 2011) —Scattered Trees is opening for Howler this Friday, March 9 at the Old Rock House: http://oldrockhouse.com/howler/. And their cool Star Wars video for this song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T2faowUp93s
Kent “Things She Said”
from Isola (RCA Records Label 1998) —My favorite rock band out of Sweden. And there's actually a lot I like!
St. Vincent “Actor Out of Work”
from Actor (4AD www.4ad.com 2009) —Watch the cool slo-mo video for her new track, "Cheerleader," here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LEY9GJAm8bA&feature=player_embedded
Ladyhawke “Black, White and Blue (The Big Pink Remix)” Single (Modular 2012) N —Free here: http://soundcloud.com/modularpeople/black-white-and-blue-the-big
An Horse “Camp Out (radio edit)”
from Live at KDHX 09-19-11 (KDHX 2011) —Listen to the full session and watch video here: http://kdhx.org/music/live-performances/an-horse-9/19/11
Nouvelle Vague “Making Plans For Nigel”
from Nouvelle Vague (Luaka Bop 2004) —While their subsequent albums didn't quite have the same luster, their first self-titled album of covers was so refreshing.
Motopony “Wait For Me”
from Motopony (Motophonic) —While their single, "King of Diamonds," galloped ahead of the rest of the album, this one crept forward after after the dust settled. Listen to their session at KDHX here: http://kdhx.org/music/live-performances/motopony-9/29/11
from Visions (4AD www.4ad.com 2012) N —Secret Grimes youtube account? video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T3iAoxHb8B8. Download here: http://soundcloud.com/factmag/grimes-genesis
Miike Snow “Devil's Work” Single (Downtown 2011) N —New album, "Happy to You," comes out March 26 via Downtown.
Ryan Adams “When The Stars Go Blue”
from Gold (Lost Highway 2001) —The original - waaaay better than the Tim McGraw cover version. Thanks for listening!
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