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Thursday, January 30, 2014

Music From The Show

Bonobo, “Hatoa”
Tinsley Ellis, “Kiss of Death”
Lupe Fiasco, “Hip Hop Saved My Life”
Blood Orange, “It Is What It Is”
Bonobo, “Prelude Kiara”
Messer, “Suber Tee”
Gramatik, “Expect Us”
Sub Focus, “Turn Back Time”
Miles Davis, “Footprints”

Vector Lovers, “Kissed You By The Fountain”
The Baldwin Brothers, “Just Me”
Kurt Vile, “The Ghost of Freddie Roach”
The John Butler Trio, “Take Me”
Kasim Keto, “Facing”
We Are Standard, “Jesus In Her Eyes”
The Lickets, “Serial East”
Shearwater, “Natural One”
Thelonious Monk, “Locomotive”


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