Monday, August 29, 2005

playlist for august 29, 2005

The Blow "Pile Of Gold" PDX POP NOW!
New Grenada "Pyramid Gym" More Nature
Marbles "Out Of Zone" Expo
Pony Up! "Shut Up and Kiss Me" Pony Up!
Kidz Bop Kids "Float On" Kidz Bop Vol. 7
Jens Lekman "You Are the Light" When I Said I Wanted to Be Your Dog
Acid House Kings "This Heart Is a Stone" Sing Along With Acid House Kings
Red Pony Clock "Love and Understanding" Tunes From Terrace Towers
Calvin Johnson & Mark Pickerel "Sand" Total Lee! The Songs of Lee Hazlewood
eric Metronome "tonight, you belong to me" Lime Green
Of Montreal "Let's Do Everything For the First Time Forever" Coquelicot Asleep In the Poppies
Magnetic Fields "The Luckiest Guy on the Lower East Side" 69 Love Songs Vol. 1
Jale "All Ready" So Wound
Men In Fur "The Tiger Song" Men In Fur
The Smittens "The Garden" A Little Revolution
Weird War "Girls Like That" Illuminated By the Light
crayon "knee-high susan" brick factory
California Oranges "Racing Here" Souvenirs
Brian Jonestown Massacre "Seer" We Are the Radio
Cheese On Bread "biological romance" Maybe Maybe Maybe Baby
Sissies "Stand Up" Look Back and Laugh
The Helper T-Cells "Beat the Beans out, Beatrice (The mis-adventures of Beatrice the Bean-Sprout Buccaneer and Lazy-Brains the Pink-Cheeked DISASTER)" Songs For People Who Like Bugs
The Scotland Yard Gospel Choir "Jennie That Cries" i bet you say that to all the boys
Tiara "No Better For It Alt." Tiara Tour Single 2005)
Orenda Fink "Invisible Ones Guard the Gate" Invisible Ones
Maximilian Hecker "I Am Falling Now" Rose

Yeah - I'm listening.

_ it was nice finally meeting you in person at the Machine Go Boom / Tullycraft show. The show was a lot of fun. Definately worth the drive from Columbus - the girls had a blast.

Machine Go Boom got a little loud for them (I didn't bring the ear plugs because it was supose to be outside) so we played four-square in the commons for a while... we didn't intentionally hit the coeds with our four-square ball... promise ;)

Machine Go Boom was a nice suprise! They were great - reminded me a lot of Clap Your Hands and Say Yeah! - who, btw are coming to Little Brothers in Columbus on September 20. Tullycraft of course was as wonderful as I expected.

I've heard this song before... just didn't know the name Jens Lekman... His voice reminds me of Stephen Merrit for some reason. "I'm the luckiest guy in the lower east side..."

Oh, I'll request that one. The Magnetic Fields - Luckiest Guy.


bravo to the person who requested the Crayon song! great band, lets hear more of them. The Vaselines are another great band from the past who would fit well into this shows genre. And of course, more Pony Up :-)
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