Lost in the Stacks

Friday 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Genres: Indie, Pop Rock, Alt Rock, New Wave, Talk, Interview
Hosts: Charlie Bennett, Ameet Doshi, Anthony Nguyen, Fred Rascoe, Lizzy Rolando, Wendy Hagenmaier

The one and only Research Library Rock’n’Roll show! Ameet and Charlie from the Georgia Tech Library pick a theme and free-associate an hour of music, interviews, and library talk every Friday for lunch. You’ll hear indie rock, pop rock, alt rock, New Wave, and the occasional oddity in between interviews with students, faculty, and librarians.

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Playlist for Lost in the Stacks from October 17th, 2014 (“The DLF Show”) Episode 229

Clip from THE MATRIX
Intro: “Friction” by Television

“Eyes of the Muse” by King Tuff

Interview with Sarah Shreeves & Jennifer Vinopal (Digital Library Federation)

File this set under T9 .C96:
“Take a Look Around You” by Reparata and the Delrons
“Are You Hep to the Jive? (Yas, Yas)” by Can Calloway & His Orchestra

Continued interview with Sarah Shreeves & Jennifer Vinopal

File this set under HT166 .K74:
“Clear Vision” by L-Seven
“Baby Don’t Look Down” by Irma Thomas
“Advice and Vices” by Chelsea Wolfe

Continued interview with Sarah Shreeves & Jennifer Vinopal

File this set under AS6 .T74:
“Right Path” by Dark Dark Dark
“Com’on” by Pack

Credits: “Give It Up” by Public Enemy

“Spark in the Chain” by Cheap Time

Mailbag: “Calabra Cut” by The Sea and Cake

Stay tuned for the next Lost in the Stacks, “The DLF Fine Fellows Show” on Friday, October 24th!


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Playlist for Lost in the Stacks from October 10th, 2014 (“Open Source”) Episode 228

Clip from Paul Coelho’s The Alchemist
Intro: “Friction” by Television

“A More Perfect Union” by Titus Andronicus

Interview with Mike Giarlo (Penn State)

File this set under PN4181:
“Source Tags and Codes” by And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead

Continued interview with Mike Giarlo

File this set under HF5415:
“Do It Again” by Queens of the Stone Age
“Neon Tombstone” by The Wood Brothers

Continued interview with Mike Giarlo

File this set under QA76.76:
“Higher Ground” by Red Hot Chili Peppers

Credits: “Closer” by NIN

“Careless Memories” by Duran Duran

Mailbag: “FOPP” by Soundgarden

Stay tuned for the next Lost in the Stacks, “The DLF Show” on Friday, October 17th!


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Playlist for Lost in the Stacks from October 3rd, 2014 (“Software as a Subject”) Episode 227

Clip from Lou Reed’s “Metal Machine Music”
Intro: “Friction” by Television

“Timeless Tonight” by Boots For Dancing

Interview with TJ Usiyan (aka Griotspeak)

File this set under 01010001 01000001:
“Signalling” by Easily Suede
“Computerrock” by De Cylinders

Interview with Matthew Fuller (Goldsmiths, University of London)

File this set under 00110111 00110110:
“Snarly Yow [excerpt]” by Black Dice
“Pocket Calculator” by Kraftwerk

Interview with Jessica Meyerson & Zach Vowell (Software Preservation Network)

File this set under “Runtime error”:

“Adventure” by Disasterpeace
“Spring Heeled Jack Flies Tonight” by Tim Hecker

Credits: “Found a Job” by Talking Heads

“Utilitarian” by Spoon

Mailbag: “Enter the Void (Sealth)” by Soundgarden

Stay tuned for the next Lost in the Stacks, “Arguments With Our Systems” on Friday, October 10th!



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Playlist for Lost in the Stacks from September 26, 2014 (“LIFELOG”) Episode 226

Intro: “Friction” by Television

“David Hockney’s Diaries” by Television Personalities

Interview with Daniel Castro (Georgia Tech)

File this set under TA153 .G45X W585:
“Miner at the Dial-a-View” by Grandaddy
“I’m a Computer” by Jen

Continued interview with Daniel Castro

File this set under PN56.I42 I54:

“How does it feel?” by The Creation
“Werewolf” by The Frantics

Continued interview with Daniel Castro

File this set under PR6029.R8 Z46:

“My Slumbering Heart” by Rilo Kiley
“Diary” by Half Japanese

“I Don’t Need a Diary” by The Prudhommes

Stay tuned for the next Lost in the Stacks, “Software as a Subject” on Friday, October 3rd!



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Playlist for Lost in the Stacks from September 19th, 2014 (“Raw Data is an Oxymoron”) Episode 225

Clip of Kate Crawford and ODB
Intro: “Friction” by Television

“Oxymoron” by The Love Junkies

Interview with Geoffrey Bowker (UC Irvine)

File this set under TX715:

“The Dog Who Controls People’s Lungs” by Masters of the Hemisphere
“Starts To Cook” by The Knows
“The Truth Comes Out” by Corb Lund

Continued interview with Geoffrey Bowker

File this set under BF311 .H58:

“1+1 < 2” by Classic Ruins
“Give Me Back My Wig” by Hound Dog Taylor and the House Rockers


Continued interview with Geoffrey Bowker

File this set under Z5643 .D36:

“I’m Here But No I’m Out” by We Are Hex
“The Dark” by Fatal Charm (live)

Credits: “Kent” by Slint

“Never Stop” by Echo and the Bunnymen

Mailbag: “Peaches” by The Presidents of the United States of America

Stay tuned for the next Lost in the Stacks, “LIFELOG” on Friday, September 26th!



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