Monday, March 15, 2010

radio: Sunday Brunch Ep5

"Getting By"Torrential downpours set the tone for yesterday's edition of Sunday Brunch. Dark Nor'Eastern heavyness flooded North Brooklyn, only to be washed out by fuzz'd out lucid pop of the rapid-eye variety and wonked cuts with international flavor. The entire set was mixed live on two turntables, except for the Twerps "Good Advice," City Center's cover of the Grateful Dead's "Box of Rain" and Alex Bleeker's "Getting By," the later two of which are both featured on the most excellent new Woodsist tape comp Welcome Home. If you see a copy at SXSW or on the Woods/Real Estate tour, I highly recommend picking one up. You won't be dissapointed.

Magik Markers- The Diamond Guitar of Tico Feo
The Wizards from Kansas- She Rides with Witches
Kurt Vile & the Violators- Good Looking Out
Vivian Girls- My Baby Wants Me Dead
Crystal Stilts- Sugar Baby
The Pretty Things- LSD
Big Troubles- Freudian Slips (alt version)
Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti- Evolutions a Lie
The Oh Sees- In The Shadows of the Giant
Pure Ecstasy- Baby
Blues Control- Paul's Winter Solstice
Dylan Ettinger- Smokin'
Lotus Plaza- Quicksand
Panda Bear- Bonfire of the Vanities
Pocahaunted- Veil
Grouper- False Horizons
Pigeons- Envie
Bruce Springsteen- State Trooper
Ioannis Halikias '"Jack Gregory"- The Loser
La Bandas- Waiting
Janka Nabay- Top Suhl Bah (33 rpm)
Rangers- Ross Downs
The Delfonics- Didn't I Blow Your Mind this Time
Yo La Tengo- My Little Corner of the World
John Phillips- Holland Tunnell
City Center- Box of Rain
Julian Lynch- Garden
The Twerps- Good Advice
The Bearies- I've Paid My Dues
Comet Gain- Love Without Lies
Fluffy Lumbers- Mutant Barrymore
Alex Bleeker- Getting By

1 comment:

Y Y said...

that's just great! thanks man!