Tuesday, November 14, 2006

playlist for november 14, 2006

set 1
Cake on Cake "Sea-Microphone" I Guess I Was Daydreaming
Mirah "Sweepstakes Prize (Ben Adorable remix)" joyride: remixes
David Candy "redfuchsiatamborine&gravel" Play Power
Belle and Sebastian "Your Secrets" Books
Pants Yell! "Dont Take It" Recent Drama
Baby Calendar "Traffic in the Tropics" Gingerbread Dog
Momorien "Lali Lali Ho" Pop Jingu Volume 2
The Field Mice "Emma's House" Snowball

set 2
Patience Please "Too Forthright" Parallel Plots
Racetrack "Jumping the Shark" Go Ahead and Say It
Marine Research "Glamour Gap" Sounds From the Gulf Stream
The God Damn Doo Wop Band "Talk Too Much" Broken Hearts
The Pipettes "Guess Who Ran Away With the Milkman?" [?]
Poison Control Center "Jose Cuervo" Kennedy
Bunnygrunt "Missouri Waltz" In the Valley of Lonesome Phil
Bunnygrunt "Holiday Road" In the Valley of Lonesome Phil
Please Step Out of the Vehicle "Pitch" Sleeping Right and the Best in Homeopathic Magic

set 3
Pavement "Flux=Rad" Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain: LA's Desert Origins
Elekibass "All the People Come, Let's Get Down" Welcome Wonderful World
The God Damn Doo Wop Band "Tell Me" Broken Hearts
El Perro Del Mar "It's All Good" El Perro Del Mar
Yo La Tengo "I Feel Like Going Home" I Am Not Afraid of You and I Will Beat Your Ass
Gingerbread Patriots "Sweet Dreams/Robots Operating on a 1st Grade Level" Wax Lips and Hummingbirds
Nouvelle Vague "Guns of Brixton" Nouvelle Vague
The Decemberists "Human Behavior" Read: Interpreting Bjork
Pavement "Flux=Rad" Wowee Zowee
Pavement "Rattled By the Rush" Wowee Zowee

set 4
Ladytron "Blue Jeans 2.0" Softcore Jukebox
The Blow "Pardon Me" Paper Television
Mirah "Advisory Committee (Advised by Shok mix)" joyride: remixes
Out Hud "How Long" Let Us Never Speak of It Again
Kiddo "The Hell Song" Kiddo
The Icicles "Ralphy Rodriguez" A Hundred Patterns
Amy Kasio "Not Yr Workshop" live in the WCSB studio on Tea and Strumpets
Boyskout "Apt. 2a" Another Life

set 5
Nice and Friendly "How to Make Cake" Yay 4 Cuteness
The Diskettes "Do What You Have to Do" Yay 4 Cuteness
M Coast "Feel Like" Say It In Slang
The Pancakes "Martin" Flying in the Blue Sky on a Frying Pan
CSS "Patins" Cansei De Ser Sexy
Dear Nora "The Flats of Irony" There Is No Home
The High Water Marks "Have Another Dream" Songs About the Ocean
William Shatner "Mr. Tambourine Man" Transformed Man
The Mathletes "My Cactus Will Outlive Us Both" Fort Awesome
Juicy "The Boys of Summer" Olive Juicy

set 6
Casper and the Cookies "Krotenwanderung" The Optomist's Club
Rose Melberg "Cupid" Magpies/Rose Melberg split 7"
Trachtenburg Family Slideshow Players "Don't You Know What I Mean" Look at Me/Don't You Know What I Mean 7"
Suburban Kids With Biblical Names "Loop Duplicate My Heart" #3
The Gothic Archies "This Abyss" The Tragic Treasury: Songs From a Series of Unfortunate Events
Death By Chocolate "If You Want to Sing Out Sing Out" Death By Chocolate
Mirah "Cold Cold Water (Electrosexual & Abberline remix)" joyride: remixes

In terms of selling yourself, why not try to become more pseudo popular by adopting a cause/theme for the show? Maybe use "animal rights" as a theme or fighting global warming. Something that nobody really can be against yet appears to be progressive and interesting. It would fit with CSU and the non-profit orientation while also carving out a "listening constituency." You can then equate radiothon donations to your show with contributing to a cause.
Hearing the OSU fight song on BPDNS was really funny!
Loving it... thanks sergio!

PS: I'm trying to post your site on my blog, but I can't figure out how to do it. Any suggestions?

By the way, I just recalled that one of the college football game bowls is the "Outback Bowl" so I expect we will be hearing ... Tulleycraft's (?) signature contribution to corporate America for a good 2.5 hours during every commercial break.
You know, I wonder what marketing strategy Outback is using here? I mean, are they attempting to appeal to the college audience and their parents when deciding where to go out for a steak? I mean, a disproportionate number of college grads watch college football and especially bowl games. So, will little Johnnie Indie Rocker tell Mon and Dad to go to Outback after hearing Tulleycraft's (?) commercial song? I recall that Sergio railed against this artistic concession to big money. Maybe BPDNS can rail against leather and fur.

Do you mean you want to post it on the sidebar like how I have all those links on my blog?

If so, then I'm not sure if I could help you without actually being in the room with you to enter the HTML code into your template. I don't know. It's hard to tell you what to do without seeing what your template code looks like.

That was Of Montreal that did the commercial.

Tullycraft has never sold out. ^_^
Sorry. Please give my apologies to Tullycraft if they complain about my comments.
WARNING: Some of the items in the link below are less-than-nice.

Yeah, I'm sure...

I have links in my other blog. Maybe I can just copy the code from there.

Got it!
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