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Kevin’s Twenty-Ninth Show, In Which The New Transmitter Was Sold For Scrap Metal

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

by Kevin Sands


Black Marble-- Limitations

Surkin-- Silver Island (Para One Remix)

RED ASTAIRE-- Mambo El B-Boy

Clive Tanaka y su Orquestra-- Neu Chicago


Dean Blunt and Igna Copeland-- 12

La Sera-- I Can't Keep You In My Mind

LCD Soundsystem-- Home


Wild Nothing-- This Chain Won't Break

Van She-- Radio Waves I

Radiohead-- The National Anthem


Purity Ring-- Crawlersout

Kabuki Iron Kolors--Arrival of the Shogun

Question Mark and the Mysterians-- 96 Tears

Quiet Village-- Victoria's Secret

The National-- John's Star


Twin Shadow-- The One

Menahan Street Band-- Three Faces

Lee Fields & the Expressions-- Faithful Man

Candy Claws-- Island Grows


Onra-- Somewhere (Deep In the Night)

Tu Fawning-- Blood Stains

Clams Casino-- I'm God [Lil B]


Daphni-- Yes I Know

Jam City-- Hyatt Park Nights Pt. 2

The Sea and Cake-- For Minor Sky

Laika & the Cosmonauts-- Metropolis Theme

Thievery Corporation-- Light Flares


Grizzly Bear-- Gun-Shy


Sic Alps-- Zeppo Epp

Pulp-- Live Bed Show

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