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Re: WSLR's InTransition: 2020.10.13

WSLR's InTransition: 2020.10.13
October 14, 2020 04:29PM
Re: WSLR's InTransition: 2020.10.13
October 14, 2020 04:30PM
0101 Bite Me Bambi - I Don't Wanna Be
0102 FUZZ - Spit

0201 Physical Plant - What You Do To Me
0202 HANNAH'S LITTLE SISTER - BIN MOUTH

0301 RebUke - On You
0302 Kiwi Jr. - Undecided Voters

0401 Gustaf - Mine
0402 LOW HUMMER - SOMETIMES I WISH (I WAS A DIFFERENT PERSON)

0501 AC/DC - Shot In The Dark
0502 The Damned - Manipulator

0601 Palberta - Before I Got Here
0602 MOURN - Stay There

0701 James Williamson & Deniz Tek - Jet Pack Nightmare
0702 Meet Me @ The Altar - Garden

0801 John Cale - Lazy Day
0802 Lia Ices - Young on the Mountain

0901 Frank Turner & Jon Snodgrass - Bad Times, Good Vibes
0902 3LH - Don't Wanna Hold Your Hand

1001 TRAAMS - Intercontinental Radio Waves
1002 Sharon Van Etten - All Over Again

1101 TRICOT - Summer Night Town
1102 Sincere Engineer - Trust Me

1201 Jello Biafra and The Guantanamo School Of Medicine - THE LAST BIG GULP
1202 The Sonder Bombs - What Are Friends For

1301 Alex Maas - Been Struggling
1302 IAN SWEET - Power

1401 Django Django - The Ark
1402 The Green Child - Double Lines

1501 Lou Doillon - Claim me
1502 Yo La Tengo - Bleeding

1601 LIVE SKULL - IN A PERFECT WORLD
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Re: WSLR's InTransition: 2020.10.13
October 15, 2020 04:12PM
Time for my weekly review of your no-less weekly show, 801.

More known artists than usual this week, including some real old-timers. Still, the best two songs in my view were the two book-ends (first and last songs played), both by bands I had never heard from (good work there, as usual). The song by Lou Doillon was also quite good, although I don't need to tell you you botched the pronunciation of her last name. The songs by 3LH and Alex Maas both sounded like they had dropped in from a time warp in 1965 or so, but in the best possible way. And it seems like Kiwi Jr. are looking to claim the title of most Canadian band ever from the Tragically Hip, what with dropping to references to Toronto landmarks in the first three verses or so...

Keep it up, I really enjoy listening. If you take requests, Cloud Nothings have a new single out, from album that should drop in next February. It's quite good and would fit right in, in my modest opinion.
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Re: WSLR's InTransition: 2020.10.13
October 17, 2020 11:20PM
Rest assured, the new Cloud Nothings single has made the short list for next week’s show... winking smiley

I was thrilled to have so many “old-timers” to trot out this last go ‘round — they certainly managed to hold their own against the latest crop of upstarts, unknowns and up ‘n comers...
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