Opener: “Captive” by Ume, from the album Phantoms
“Make a Record for Lo-life” by The Boston Spaceships, from the album Let It Beard.
Closer: “Nightcall” by Kavinsky & Lovefoxxx, from the Drive Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Download Episode 123: Mac is on assignment, but David is joined in-studio by comedienne and creative force KERRI LENDO to talk about her new project, a stage adaptation of the Magnetic Fields’ 69 Love Songs. Plus some movie talk and David wrings his hands about music festival line-ups.
Opener: “Jackie Wants a Black Eye” by Dr. Dog, from the album Shame, Shame
“Your Easy Lovin’ Ain’t Pleasin’ Nothin'” by Meyer Hawthorne, from the album Strange Arrangement
“Cone of Light” by The Almighty Defenders, from their self-titled album
“All My Little Words” by The Magnetic Fields, from the album 69 Love Songs
“Cubs in Five” by The Mountain Goats, from the Nine Black Poppies EP
“Hybrid Moments” by The Misfits, from the album Static Age
“Viet Nam War Blues” by The Oblivians, from the album Soul Food
After David’s solo show last week (not available as a podcast), Mac takes the reigns for a wrap-up of the Austin City Limits Festival and some Obama talk. Calling this show “rough” is putting it mildly. A “disaster where one dude can’t shut-up” is probably more accurate.
Opener: “Donde esta la Playa” by The Walkmen, off the album You & Me
“Fences” by Phoenix, off the album Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix
“Fernando Pando” by The Virgins, off their self-titled album
Closer: “Punkrocker” by the Teddybears featuring Iggy Pop, off the album Soft Machine
Opener: “1901” by Phoenix, off the album Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix
“Civilization’s Dying” by the Zero Boys, off the album Vicious Circle
“East of Hercules” by UME, off the Sunshower EP
“Something More” by Kelly Stoltz, off the album Circular Sounds
Closer: “Far Far Away” by Slade, off the collection Get Yer Boots On