Playlist, WSUM, 2011-04-19, 6-8am

First Hour:

  1. Black Gold by Foals from Total Life Forever [Sub Pop]
  2. Dripping Dream by Sonic Youth from Sonic Nurse [Geffen]
  3. Society Is My Friend by Kurt Vile from Smoke Ring For My Halo [Matador]
  4. She’s A Rejector by Of Montreal from Hissing Fauna, Are You The Destroyer? [Polyvinyl]
  5. Handshakes by Metric from Live It Out [Last Gang]
  6. Rumour Has It by Adele from 21 [XL]
  7. Excursions by A Tribe Called Quest from The Low End Theory [Jive]
  8. Running by Gil Scott-Heron And Jamie XX from We’re New Here [XL]
  9. Liza Forever Minnelli by The Mountain Goats from All Eternals Deck [Merge]
  10. My Terrible Friend by The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart from Belong [Slumberland]
  11. Birdhouse In Your Soul by They Might Be Giants from Flood [Elektra]
  12. Changes Are No Good by The Stills from Logic Will Break Your Heart [Vice]

Second Hour:

  1. Seer by Moon Duo from Mazes [Sacred Bones]
  2. Wrong Feels Right by Dum Dum Girls from He Gets Me High [Sub Pop]
  3. Why Baby Why by The Secret Sisters from The Secret Sisters [Beladroit]
  4. Nothing Ever Happened by Deerhunter from Microcastle [Kranky]
  5. Head Over Heels by Tears For Fears from Tears Roll Down (Greatest Hits) [Polygram]
  6. Sadness Is A Blessing by Lykke Li from Wounded Rhymes [Atlantic]
  7. Faze Wave by The Cave Singers from No Witch [Jagjaguwar]
  8. Alec Eiffel by The Pixies from Trompe Le Monde [4AD]
  9. Hold On (f. Amber Coffman) by Rusko from O.M.G.! [Mad Decent]
  10. Hit The Brakes by Saint Etienne from Fairfax High [Sub Pop]
  11. Rite Of The Ancients by The Budos Band from The Budos Band III [Daptone]
  12. July, July! by The Decemberists from Castaways and Cutouts [Kill Rock Stars]
  13. Black Grease by The Black Angels from Passover [Interscope]
  14. Will Do by TV On The Radio from Nine Types Of Light [Interscope]
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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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