Playlist, WSUM, 2012-09-11, 6-8am

Conrad Plymouth, S/T, Ten Atoms
Conrad Plymouth, S/T, Ten Atoms

First Hour:

  1. I Am Not Waiting Anymore by Field Report from Field Report [Partisan]
  2. Cry Like A Ghost by Passion Pit from Gossamer [Frenchkiss/Columbia]
  3. Slivia by Miike Snow from Miike Snow [Downtown]
  4. Sylvie by Saint Etienne from Good Humour [Creation/Sub Pop]
  5. Star Of The Age by Shearwater from Animal Joy [Sub Pop]
  6. Dog Door by Sparklehorse from It’s A Wonderful Life [Capitol]
  7. Big In Japan by Tom Waits from Mule Variations [Anti]
  8. Roll Up Your Sleeves by Count This Penny from Pitchman [Self-Released / Bandcamp]
  9. Nature’s Light by Beachwood Sparks from The Tarnished Gold [Sub Pop]
  10. In The Year Of The Get You Alone by Field Report from Field Report [Partisan]
  11. Help The Aged by Pulp from This Is Hardcore [Island/Polygram]

Second Hour:

  1. Eurotrash Girl by Cracker from Kerosene Hat [Virgin]
  2. Milkshake ‘N Honey by Sleater-Kinney from All Hands On The Bad One [Kill Rock Stars]
  3. Opportunities (Let’s Make Lots Of Money) by Pet Shop Boys from Please [Parlophone]
  4. Bonnie And Clyde by Serge Gainsbourg & Brigitte Bardot from Comic Strip [Island / Mercury]
  5. Where Do You Go To (My Lovely)? by Peter Starstedt from Where Do You Go To (My Lovely)? [World Pacific]
  6. Space Oddity by David Bowie from Singles [Ryko]
  7. Non Photo-Blue by Pinback from Summer In Abbadon [Touch And Go]
  8. Would That Not Be Nice by Divine Fits from A Thing Called Divine Fits [Merge]
  9. Offspring Are Blank by Dirty Projectors from Swing Lo Magellan [Domino]
  10. Lofticries by Purity Ring from Shrines [4AD]
  11. Into The Black by Chromatics from Kill For Love [Italians Do It Better]
  12. Fergus Falls by Conrad Plymouth from Conrad Plymouth [Ten Atoms]

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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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