Tuesday, November 15, 2011

How It Went Down - November 11, 2011

Another barn-burner of a show. This one featured interviews with Mark Browning of OX (who is due to record a live session when he comes to town tomorrow, November 16th), Peter Katz (who is also in town tomorrow, at the West End), Ryan Weber of The Weber Brothers (who played the Park Theatre in support of their new record, Baddest Band In The Land), and Daniel Pangman from the Lonely Vulcans who released their new record, Vulcan Cesspool at the Times Change(d) on Friday night.

Here's what was played:

Set One: 6:30 PM - 7 PM

Marine Dreams - "We'll Get Her Back In Your Arms" [You've Changed Records]
Crooked Fingers - "The Hatchet" [Merge]
Interview with Ryan Weber
The Weber Brothers - "Stay In The Game" [Independent]
Great Aunt Ida - "Community" [Zunior]
Gospel Music - "I Can't Be A Man If I Don't Have A Woman" [Kill Rock Stars]
Bry Webb - "Zebra" [Idee Fixe]

Set Two: 7 PM - 7:30 PM

Interview with Daniel Pangman of Lonely Vulcans
Lonely Vulcans - "Lonely Vulcan Cake" [Transistor 66]
Yamantaka//Sonic Titan - "Reverse Crystal//Murder Of A Spider" [Psychic Handshake]
Interview with Peter Katz

Set Three: 7:30 PM - 8 PM

Peter Katz - "Song For Oliver Schroer" [Shape Of A Boy/Tangents]
Interview with Mark Browning (OX)
OX - "Midnight On The Island" [Cosmic Dave's Record Factory]


As for this week, I'll definitely be featuring the live session with OX, along with a live session and interview with Sweet Alibi (releasing their self-titled debut this Sunday (Nov 20th) at the Park Theatre. And mark your calendar for the 25th as I'll have Cheering For The Bad Guy debuting some new stuff on live on air.

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