Sunday, May 2, 2010

April 30, 2010 (Playlist)

April 30, 2010 (Playlist):
"Our Forty-Sixth Show!"

Gogol Bordello – Pala Tute
LCD Soundsystem – Drunk Girls
Pixies – Tame
Heavenly – C Is The Heavenly Option
*"Allen Reed Memorial Cover Of The Week": Death Cab For Cutie – Here Comes The Rain Again (The Eurythmics Cover) (Live)

The xx – Islands

M.I.A. – Born Free
Broken Social Scene – Forced To Love
The National – Afraid Of Everyone
Surfer Blood – Take It Easy
Jenny Lewis – Carpetbaggers (Feat. Jonathan Rice & Elvis Costello)
*"The Mighty Mighty Boss-Tune": Bruce Springsteen – The Promise

Tokyo Police Club – Wait Up (Boots Of Danger)
Field Music – Measure
*"Punk Trunk!": Black Flag – TV Party
*"Punk Trunk!": The Ramones – Do You Wanna Dance?
The Tallest Man On Earth – King Of Spain
Cake – Italian Leather Sofa
Foo Fighters – Oh, George
Band Of Skulls – Death By Diamonds And Pearls
The Smiths – Ask
Cold War Kids – Saint John
Flesh For Lulu – I Go Crazy

*Background music consisted of various instrumentals songs from Bloc Party's past three records: "Silent Alarm", "A Weekend In The City", and "Intimacy".

The penultimate show (which for those who don't know what that means, it's our second to last show - ever!). And what a show it was. Jim Adair and myself understand that for a crunch-time show, there needs to be a kick-ass playlist. As we have both been raving about the new music that came out last month and now in this month, we spun only the best of the best in alternative rock on Never Mind the Mainstream. New tunes this week featured Gogol Bordello, LCD Soundsystem, M.I.A., Broken Social Scene, The National, Surfer Blood, (brand spankin' new) Tokyo Police Club, and Field Music. We were also graced with some of our favorite callers in the show's history, specifically Redneck Jeff, who revealed himself, after two years of persistent call-ins, to be my own twin brother. Not terribly shocking, but still amusing nevertheless. We got to play a whopping 23 song set and participated in some crazy college antics on the air. You had to hear it to believe it. Tune in next week for another great set.

Oh, and did we mention that next week is our final show ever!? We'll be promoting the last hoorah like crazy over the next couple of days, so we hope you won't ignore us, rather you'll join us. Call in, IM us, hell, even show up at the station. We don't care how you do it, just celebrate two years of excellent college radio programming with us. Never Mind the Mainstream. The finale. You cannot miss this. Thank you so much for the support!

LCD Soundsystem - "Drunk Girls"


The xx - "Islands"


The Smiths - "Ask"

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