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Monday, January 20, 2014

Music From The Show

Couch, “Heimweg 78″
Tame Impala, “Apocalypse Dream”
Radiohead, “Weird Fishes”
Flying Lotus, “Clock Catcher”
Film School, “P.S.”
Adebisi Shank, ” (-_-) ”
Warpaint, “Love Is To Die”
These New Puritans, “V (Island Song)”
Aaron Copeland, “Concerto for Strings, Harp & Piano” performed by Aaron Copeland, Benny Goodman & Columbia Symphony Orchestra
Kevin Micka, “Below The Ocean”

Bonobo, “Walk In The Sky”
Tycho, “A Walk”
Boards of Canada, “Everything You Do Is A Balloon”
Anamanaguchi, “Planet”
Laura Veirs, “Sun Song”
LCD Sound System, “Dance Yrslf Clean”
Mister Lies, “Ashore”
Silver Apples, “Oscillations”
Man Man, “Tunneling Through The Guy”

From “Syrian-American Rapper Focuses On Violence In Syria“:

Omar Offendum, “#Jan25″
Omar Offendum, “#Syria”
Malek Jandali, “Freedom” (Qashoush Symphony)
Omar Offendum, “Father’s Day” (feat. Raquel Hough)
Omar Offendum, “My People” Mastering Dr. Brown Bag


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