Playlist, WSUM, 2015-07-14

White, Blue, and Red: Pulp, Ty Segall, Japandroids
First Hour:

  1. The Louvin Brothers “Dying from Home and Lost” from “Satan Is Real” on Capitol Nashville
  2. Leonard Cohen “Story Of Isaac” from “Songs From A Room” on Columbia
  3. The Black Keys “The Lengths” from “Rubber Factory” on Fat Possum Records
  4. Atlas Sound “Bite Marks” from “Let the Blind Lead Those Who Can See But Cannot Feel” on 4AD
  5. The Hussy “Keep My Heart” from “Galore” on Southpaw
  6. Black Mountain “Don’t Run Our Hearts Around” from “Black Mountain (10th Anniversary Deluxe Edition)” on Jagjaguwar / Hostess
  7. Torres “New Skin” from “Sprinter” on Partisan Records
  8. Bully “Poetic Trash” from “Bully EP” on Columbia
  9. Death From Above 1979 “Government Trash” from “The Physical World” on Caroline International (P&D)
  10. Blanck Mass “Double Cross” from “Dumb Flesh” on Sacred Bones
  11. A Place to Bury Strangers “Smile When You Smile” from “Exploding Head” on Mute
  12. The Soft Moon “Being” from “Deeper” on Captured Tracks
  13. Waxahatchee “Summer Of Love” from “Ivy Tripp” on Merge
  14. Best Coast “Feeling Ok” from “California Nights” on Mexican Summer

Second Hour:

  1. Crocodiles “Foolin’ Around” from “Boys” on Zoo Music
  2. Hot Chip “Huarache Lights” from “Why Make Sense” on Domino Recording Co Ltd
  3. Jamie xx “The Rest Is Noise” from “In Colour” on Young Turks Recordings Ltd
  4. Total Control “Liberal Party” from “Typical System” on Iron Lung Records
  5. Sonic Youth “Disconnection Notice” from “Murray Street” on Geffen
  6. Wolf Alice “Moaning Lisa Smile” from “My Love Is Cool” on Dirty Hit/RCA Records
  7. The Dandy Warhols “Grunge Betty” from “Dandy’s Rule Ok” on Capitol Records
  8. Rose Windows “Strip Mall Babylon” from “Rose Windows” on Sub Pop Records
  9. The Stone Roses “Fools Gold” from “Turns Into Stone” on Silvertone
  10. Pulp “Boats and Trains” from “It (Bonus Track Version) [Remastered]” on Fire Records
  11. Ty Segall “Drug Mugger” from “Mr. Face – EP” on Famous Class
  12. Japandroids “The House That Heaven Built” from “Celebration Rock (Deluxe Version)” on Polyvinyl Records

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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