Monday, October 18, 2010

How It Went Down - October 15 2010

Friday was a fairly packed show that included an interview with Jim Demos of the Dead Letters (and formerly of National Monument) who played Freud's Bathhouse on Friday night. We were also joined in the studio by Mike Petkau Falk of Head In The Sand who talked about the label/collective and premiered a new Les Jupes track.

Here's what was played:

Set One: 6:30 - 7 PM

Mama Cutsworth - These Eyes remix [Unreleased]
DJ Brace - NH1 [Independent]
DJ Brace - NH2 [Independent]
Interview with Jim Demos of Dead Letters
Dead Letters - War [Independent]

Set Two: 7 - 7:30 PM

Sunbears! - Desert Valley Nights [Lost Cause Records]
Belle and Sebastian - Come on Sister [Matador]
Olenka & the Autumn Lovers - Odessa [Oh!]
Allie Hughes - Not The Stars [Musebox]
Wolf People - Tiny Circle [Jagjaguwar]
Deerhunter - Revival Sailing [4AD]

Set Three: 7:30 - 8 PM

K. Frimpong and his Cubano Fiestas - Me Yee Owu Den [Analog Africa]
The Meligrove Band - Make Believe It [Nevado Records]
Les Jupes - The Mountain [Head In The Sand]
Interview with Mike Petkau Falk
Clinic & Sui Zhen - Tell Me Once [Red Bull Music Academy]

Coming up this week, we're going to be talking to a group of CreComm students at Red River about a project they've created called MyTweet5, Dom Lloyd (my co-host on the Bench Jockeys) and I will talk to Andrew Collier about the Winnipeg Goldeyes moving to the American Association and there may be interviews with economist & author Jeff Rubin about his book Why Your World Is About To Get A Whole Lot Smaller and possibly Joseph Boyden and John Ralston Saul about the two latest entries in the Extraordinary Canadians series written by the pair.

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