Ch. 73: Just Like Christmas

Monday, December 22nd, 2008

73 1Intro: “Burn and Shine” by The Elms 2“The * That Moved Around the Night” by Half-Handed Cloud. 3“Merry Christmas Eve” by Better Than Ezra. 4“Sometimes You Have to Work on Christmas (Sometimes)” by The Long Winters. 5“O Holy Night” by My Morning Jacket. 6“Just Like Christmas” by Low. 7“Who Took the Merry Out of Christmas?” by The Staple Singers. 8“Lo, How a Rose E’re Blooming” by Feist. 9“Tell It on the Mountain” by Duvall. 10“Why Can’t It Be Christmastime All Year” by Rosie Thomas. 11“God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen” by Friction Bailey, Jars of Clay, Magnificat, Pedro the Lion. 12“It’s Christmas So We’ll Stop” by Frightened Rabbit. 13“Benjamin, Santa’s on to You” by Wee Turtles. 12“Holiday Road’” by Matt Pond PA. 13“Do You Hear What I Hear?” by Bodies of Water. 14“Christmas Eve Night” by Danielson. 15“White Christmas” by The Cotton Jones Basket Ride. 16“Darlin’ (Christmas is Coming)” by Over the Rhine. 17“A Christmas Song” by Denison Witmer. 18“Christmas Kiss” by The Mary Hamhocks.19“Little Star” by Andrew Dost. 20“Shepherd’s Song” by The Prayers & Tears of Arthur Digby Sellers. 21“Christmas Time is Here Again” by My Morning Jacket. 22“Calling on Mary” by Aimee Mann. 23“Mary’s Song” by Liz Janes. 24“Hey Guys! It’s Christmas Time!” by The Polyphonic Spree. 25“Silent Night” by The Polyphonic Spree.

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Pretentious Pitchfork Predictions

Friday, February 8th, 2008

One of the great surprises of our day is seeing who Pitchfork Magazine has tapped as the next great obscure artist to play the newly-annual Pitchfork Music Festival. in veritably, it is a who’s who of who?s and what?s—bands you don’t know yet, but Lollapalooza will be showcasing the next year and MTV will start playing later that fall.

In the past, the festival has featured artists like The New Pornographers, Spoon, Of Montreal, Danielson, Mastodon, Menomena, Voxtrot, and Iron & Wine. In addition to indie sweethearts, the festival tends to throw a bone to more mainstream artists done good, the likes of De La Soul, Sonic Youth and Stephen Malkmus (Pavement).

The game, of course, is to guess the next summer’s line-up. It’s a mix of ear to the grapevine, eyes on the blogs, and a heapin’ helpin’ of pure luck. So who will grace the stage of Chicago’s 2008 Pitchfork Music Festival? I have a few guesses already:

Dr. Dog
MGMT
WHY?
The Polyphonic Spree
The National
Hot Chip
Times New Viking
Bodies of Water
Okkervil River

Anxious to hear yours in the comments, indie nerds.

Ch. 55: God Is Going To Get Sick Of Me

Thursday, June 28th, 2007

Boring music from Andrew Osenga, The Brothers Martin, Band Marino, Aberdeen City, John Davis, Rafter, The Church of Philadelphia, Cold War Kids, My Morning Jacket, Ecstatic Sunshine, The Polyphonic Spree, Over the Rhine, Pigeon John, Toadies, and Judee Sill. Big yawn.

Ch. 54: My Rights Versus Yours

Sunday, June 3rd, 2007

Boring music from The Polyphonic Spree, Silver Lakes, Pigeon John, The New Pornographers, The Original Mark Edwards, The Arcade Fire, The Billions, El Perro Del Mar, Minus Story, Sufjan Stevens, Piera Faccini, Casados, and Shapes and Sizes. Yawn-tastic!

Ch. 53: Say Hello

Tuesday, May 8th, 2007

53 1 Intro: “Burn and Shine” by The Elms 2 “Say Hello” by Rosie Thomas. 3 “I Should Have Known” by John Davis. 4 “Erfquake” by Family Force 5. 5 “Firefly” by This Holiday Life. 6 “Hold Me Now” by The Polyphonic Spree. 7 “Know Doubt” by Rafter. 8 “Ixcatan” by Romantica. 9 “The Doom Loop” by The Original Mark Edwards. 10 “Follow the Firelight” by Josh Caress. 11 “Love Me Right” by The Lonely Hearts. 12 “Hey Now” by The Series. 12 “Off the Record” by My Morning Jacket.12 “Even in the Darkness” by Rue Royale.12 “Bring Me Your Tea” by The Elms.

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