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Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Music From The Show

Iron and Wine, “Peace Beneath the City”
REM, “World Leader Pretend”
Blue October, “Debris”
The World Is A Beautiful Place, “The Layers of Skin We Drag Around”
Sara Lee Guthrie, “Sleep On It”
Sallie Ford, “F*** That”
Kasim Keto, “Facing”
Pinback, “Fortress”
Steve Earle, “Transcendental Blues”

Canary Islands, “Canary Island”
Blood Orange, “It Is What It Is”
Hot Chocolate, “Every I’s A Winner”
Sub Focus, “Turn Back Time”
Daft Punk, “Lose Yourself To Dance”
Miles Davis, “Pinocchio”
The Bad Plus, “Film”
Petter Seander, “Shoulders”
Thelonious Monk, “Locomotive”

From “Kenna: Going Mainstream For A Cause

Kenna, “Say Goodbye To Love”
Kenna, “Imitation Is Suicide”
Kenna, “Relations (feat. Childish Gambino)”
Kenna, “Love is Still Alive (Louie Stick Remix)”
Kenna, “Love is Still Alive (kaseo trapswag remix)”
Kenna, “Love is Still Alive (SABAZI Remix)”
Kenna, “How Will it End”


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