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Friday, May 9, 2014

Music From The Show

Swirlies, “Versions In Harmony Retrograde”
Women, “Heat Distraction”
Sea and Cake, “Colony Room”
Tame Impala, “Apocalyspe Dream”
Helms, “The Smallest World in The World”
Doldrums, “Holographic Sandcastle”
Blur, “Country Sad Ballad Man”
OneOhTrix Point Nothing, “Bank”
Nirvana, “Love Buzz”
Fugazi, “Sweet n Low”
Radiohead, Weird Fishes”

Tortoise, “Speakeasy”
Pinback, “Fortress”
Shipping News, “Axons and Dentrites”
Folk Impolsion, “Insinuation”
Notorious BIG, “The What”
I am Robot and Proud, “Something To Write”
Bon Iver, “For Emma”
Helious, “Bless The Morning”
Grizzly Bear, “Yet Again”
Lee Adams and Charles Strouse, “Those were the Days” performed by Countdown Band
Slightly Stupid, “2am”


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