Playlist, WSUM, 2010-12-08, 6-8am

First Hour:

  1. All Tan Everything by Das Racist from Sit Down, Man [Self-Released]
  2. Real Life by Tanlines from Settings [True Panther Sounds]
  3. Kids by MGMT from Oracular Spectacular [Columbia]
  4. My Girls by Animal Collective from Merriweather Post Pavillion [Domino]
  5. Lifted by Lemonade from Pure Moods EP [True Panther Sounds]
  6. Air Aid by Menomena from Friend And Foe [Barsuk]
  7. Girlfriend Is Better (Live) by Talking Heads from Sand In The Vaseline [Sire/Warner]
  8. In Your Heart by A Place To Bury Strangers from Exploding Head [Mute]
  9. Seventeen by Ladytron from Light & Magic [Emperor Norton]
  10. The Ghost Inside by Broken Bells from Broken Bells [Columbia/Sony]
  11. Stylo by Gorillaz from Plastic Beach [Virgin]
  12. Satellite Mind (Radio Edit) by Metric from Fantasies [Last Gang Records]
  13. You Be Illin’ by Run-D.M.C. from Together Forever [Profile]
  14. Howlin’ For You by The Black Keys from Brothers [Nonesuch/Warner]

Second Hour:

  1. Antichrist Television Blues by The Arcade Fire from Neon Bible [Merge]
  2. Angela Surf City by The Walkmen from Lisbon [Fat Possum]
  3. Obstacle 1 by Interpol from Turn On The Bright Lights [Matador]
  4. Undertow by Warpaint from The Fool [Rough Trade]
  5. Everything In It’s Right Place by Radiohead from Kid A [EMI]
  6. All My Friends [LCD Soundsystem cover] by Franz Ferdinand from All My Friends Single [DFA]
  7. Race For The Prize (Remix) by The Flaming Lips from The Soft Bulletin [Warner]
  8. Crying Lightning by Arctic Monkeys from Humbug [Domino]
  9. Superstition by The Kills from Keep On Your Mean Side [Domino]
  10. Coma Summer by Weekend from Sports [Slumberland]
  11. Love Comes Close by Cold Cave from Love Comes Close [Matador]
  12. Glorious Dawn by Carl Sagan (feat. Stephen Hawking) from Symphony of Science [Third Man Records]
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Author: djwikiben

DJ based in Berkeley, CA. Originally from Omaha, NE. Lived in Madison, WI for a while. Musical omnivore interested in electronic, garage, britpop, indie rock, hip-hop, funk and soul, among other things.

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