Playlist, WSUM, 2010-12-15, 6-8am

First Hour:

  1. Walkabout (f. Noah Lennox) by Atlas Sound from Logos [Kranky]
  2. Staring At The Sun by TV On The Radio from Desperate Youth, Bloodthirsty Babes [Touch And Go]
  3. I’m Slowly Turning Into You by The White Stripes from Icky Thump [Third Man/Warner]
  4. Always Loved a Film (King Creosote) by Underworld from Barking [Cooking Vinyl]
  5. The Smoke (Midnight Sun Remix) by Home Video from The Automatic Process [Home Video]
  6. Fine Corinthian Leather by Velella Velella from Atlantis Massif [Velella Velella]
  7. Get Real Get Right by Sufjan Stevens from The Age Of Adz [Asthmatic Kitty]
  8. Orangutan by Clinic from Bubblegum [Domino]
  9. Sweatmother by Tobacco from Maniac Meat [Anticon]
  10. Love Fade by Tamaryn from The Waves [Mexican Summer]
  11. True Faith by New Order from Substance [Disc 1] [Factory]
  12. Queen Turner by Eux Autres from Broken Bow [Bons Mots]

Second Hour:

  1. You Make It So Good by Eric & Magill from All Those I Know [Self-Released/Bandcamp]
  2. Still Sound by Toro Y Moi from Underneath The Pine [Carpark]
  3. Bees by Warpaint from The Fool [Rough Trade]
  4. Strawberry Skies by Games from That We Can Play [Hippos In Tanks]
  5. Me And The Moon by The Drums from The Drums [Downtown]
  6. Weird by Menomena from Friend And Foe [Barsuk]
  7. Roller Coaster by Black Mountain from Wilderness Heart [Jagjaguwar]
  8. O Valencia! by The Decemberists from The Crane Wife [Capitol]
  9. Take ‘Em Up (f. Nancy Whang) by Shit Robot from From The Cradle To The Rave [DFA]
  10. Veil by Weekend from Sports [Slumberland]
  11. Wet Hair by Japandroids from Post Nothing [Polyvinyl]
  12. He Took Her To A Movie by Ladytron from 604 [Emperor Norton]
  13. Civilian by Wye Oak from Civilian [Merge]
  14. Rano Pano by Mogwai from Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Wi [Sub Pop]
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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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