Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Music Is Memory

Music Is Memory. The Hub Radio Show for Monday September 26, 2011.  View the completely mellifluous playlist (CLICK HERE)

Tuneful tonnage by Girls, Wilco, Dan Mangan, Megafaun, Nurses, The Drums, Gold Leaves, Com Truise and more.  Just dig baby!

KXCI is a community radio station here in Tucson Arizona.  www.KXCI.org 

Yo Yo at the Cirque
The jester hat was going to be a deal breaker, but the smell of the grease paint and the silver unitard of the tightrope walker sealed the deal for Yo Yo.  Peppermint seashell radio at her feet, Ursula posed like she had a hundred times before.  Later...

Dum Dum Girls_Coming Down mp3

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Warrior Monk

Warrior Monk.  The Hub Radio Show for Monday September 19, 2011.  View the completely pugnacious playlist for 9/19/11 (CLICK HERE)

The musical distraction provided by Apparat, Roberts & Lord, Boom Bip, Big Black Delta, Wild Flag, Wooden Shijps, Talkdemonic, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Slow Club, Zechs Marquise and several more fighters.

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There's a train a-coming
Wendy wanted up to see the mini-cyclone as it rolled down the track.  The crisp Colorado air and the slightly surreal setting was like a snapshot of the bucolic still lifes Barney liked to paint in his spare time.  The pink pocket square matched the cherry blossoms emanating from his pipe.  Later...

SSLYBY_Yellow mp3

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Check The Meta Tags

Check The Meta Tags. The Hub Radio Show for Monday September 12, 2011.  View the completely hidden playlist for 9/12/11 (CLICK HERE)

The not-entirely-mysterious soundtrack provided by Albert Swarm, Astronautalis, Roberts & Lord, Big Harp, Mates of State, Slow Club, Toro y Moi, Halloween, Alaska and several more.

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Lord of the bathroom remodel
Mike and Frank had picked through most of the obvious treasure and were about to call it a day when the shiny gleam of the mannequin head flashed in the sunny San Pedro yard and caught their eye.  The Sacred Heart statue was superglued into the old basin, never to be free of the cracked porcelain prison.  They bought the tin santo for 10 bucks.  Later...