Tuesday, December 05, 2006

 
IMPORTANT NOTE (added 12/7/06): I may have confused you with how the MP3 posting works. Whenever I post the show, I post the ENTIRE show in two parts. That contains every single "set" in the show.

And when I divide the playlist by sets, that denotes each block of songs that I play before I go on the air and read off a setlist.

Anyway, I might have to try and devise a less confusing format now. If you have any suggestions about that or any other suggestions/points of clarification concerning the show, please don't hesitate to post a comment about it. Thanks!


teh pwnage

So, that's it. For the next two weeks, I'm playing all holiday music. And then, the two weeks after that, I'll be doing the 2006 No Money Mark Memorial End-of-Year Countdown.

If you have any indie/twee Christmas and Hanukkah songs that you want to hear (especially if you remember anything that I've played in the past), please don't hesitate to post requests here for next week!

And in case you didn't hear, I played a couple of Kiddo Christmas songs... sort of. Actually, they were by "Knight & Roble", which is Shawn Knight from New Grenada and Christian from Kiddo. A label called Suburban Sprawl has some holiday compilations available for free download, and they had a song on the 2005 and 2006 compilations. I'm too lazy to repost the links in this post, but if you scroll down to the latest playlist (right below this post), you'll find the links there. Also, there's a New Grenada song on this year's compilation. Awesome!

I wish somebody had actually told me about this sooner. By some fluke, I actually found that stuff by myself while screwing around on the Internet an hour before the show. Oh, and apparently, Awesome Animal Ambulance released another CD in 2005. SOMEBODY NEEDS TO TELL ME THIS STUFF!

Anyway... I'm posting today's show, but I don't know if I should. I just feel like I got pwned today, as people on the Internets like to say. Lots of "dead air, um, dear air," as Strong Bad would say. I don't know if it was self-pwnage or just circumstance, but I could imagine a coach coming up to me after the show and saying, "What the hell happened out there?! That was sloppy! You're a professional! You can do better than that! Now I want you to go back out there and DJ like you want to win! DJ so that you're dishing out teh pwnage, not receiving it! L0l0rz!"

Okay, coach. I'm all fired up, now. I sure don't want to receive any more of teh pwnage...

So, here are the links to today's show:
Part 1
Part 2

P.S. I'm still thinking about whether or not I should make a MySpace for the show.

Comments:
As I catch up on my listening (some personal crises have emerged to block out Tuesday mornings), I enjoyed you describing twee pop as the kitschie side of Indie.
 
Wait... Did I say "kitschy"? I don't know if I'd describe tweepop that way. I think I'd actually describe it as "cutesy". Maybe I mispronounced "cutesy" and make it sound like "kitschy"?
 
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