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Playlist for Lost in the Stacks from Friday, December 2nd (“Global Web Preservation”) Episode 327

Hear the show at http://traffic.libsyn.com/lostinthestacks/LITS_Episode_327.mp3

Clip from Future Shock
Intro: “Friction” by Television

“All Around the World” by The Jam

Interview with Abbie Grotke (Library of Congress) and Alex Thurman (Columbia University Libraries)

File this set under ML160 .P1352:
“Me Gustas Tu” by Manu Chao
“Surprise Five” by Denis Malloy and Stanley Ng

Continued interview with Abbie Grotke and Alex Thurman

File this set under PZ4 .W652:
“If I Forget You” by Della Reese
“I Want to be Forgotten” by the Uncontrollable Few

Continued interview with Abbie Grotke and Alex Thurman

File this set under the sponsored top level domain “.int”:
“Intact” by Au Pairs
“Intermission” by Vaperror
“Into the Groovey” by Ciccone Youth

Credits: “Into the Void (Sealth)” by Soundgarden

“Whole Wide World” by Wreckless Eric

Stay tuned for the next Lost in the Stacks, an encore presentation of “The Olympic Studies Centre” on Friday, December 9th!

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Psych-Out! Playlist for November 30, 2016

  1. Kawabata Makoto & Michishita Shinsuke – Good Morning Dragon (Basement Echo)
  2. Heron Oblivion – Fernwood (Fernwood)
  3. Purling Hiss – Crocodile Tears (Meandering Noodle)
  4. The 13th Floor Elevators – Reverberation (Doubt) (The Psychedelic Sounds of the 13th Floor Elevators)
  5. Herbcraft – Palisades (V/A, Stand With Standing Rock)
  6. The Myrrors – Whirling Mountain Blues (Solar Collector)

Full Album Appreciation 12/1

This Morning’s Album:

Spooky by Lush

I started with a few songs from their album Gala which is my favorite album by them but it’s also a compilation put together by their record company of all of their singles so my integrity wouldn’t let me choose that one for tonight’s show.

Gala was used as their introduction to the US and Japan (they’re originally from England) and they put out Spooky two years after that.

They formed in the ’87, A female singer, two female guitarist/singers, a drummer and a bassist. The singer joined a different band, they became four and got famous as that group. Early on they were pretty punk but then they sort of transformed to pop via shoegaze. This album is more pop, most of their earlier stuff is in the form of singles and EP’s. They also put out one half hour long album before this one. (real talk, go listen to their early work I am very partial to it)

They broke up in 1996 because the drummer hung himself. I know. I found out last week and I can’t get over it that’s so messed up.

Until next week.

Girl Rock – November 29, 2016

Sad13 – Get a Yes (note: consent is important and this song is good)
The Blow – Parentheses
Sports – Reality TV

Potty Mouth – Cherry Picking
She Keeps Bees – Saturn Return
Forth Wanderers – Tough Love
Cults – Always Forever

Mitski – Your Best American Girl
gobbinjr – firefly
Palehound – Cinnamon
The Courtneys – Silver Velvet

Best Coast – Fine Without You
Robyn – Dancing on my Own
Children in the 90’s – Greta Salpeter

Kimya Dawson – The Competition
The Prettiots – Dream Boy

Tacocat – Crimson Wave

Goldsoundz – November 29th, 2016

Coastgaard – “Black White Fuzz”
Von Sell – “Ivan (Revisited)”
Rodes Rollins – “Young & Thriving”

Protomartyr – “Why Does It Shake?”
Yoke Lore – “Safety”
Leisure Centre – “Glad You Made You”

Electric Guest – “Under the Gun”
Bruising – “I Don’t Mind”
Sylvan Esso – “Kick Jump Twist”
Creature Comfort  -“Teeth For Days”

Acid Wash Ocean – “Dream Girl”
Maximum Balloon (feat. Karen O & Tunde Adebimpe) – “Let It Grow”

Margaret Glaspy – “No Matter Who”
The Love Language – “Heart to Tell”
Conner Youngblood – “A Summer Song”