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Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Music From The Show

Do Make Say Thing, “Tender History Of Rust”
Chvrches, “The Mother We Share”
Slint, “Washer”
Kraftwerk, “The Robots”
Crystal Asylum, “Frost Inside the Asylum
Ratatat, “Falcon Jab”
Elliot Smith, “Needle In The Hay”
The Watermark High, “Maybe Tomorrow Everything Will Be Alright” + Lupe Fiasco, “Hip-hop Saved My Life”
Television, “Elevation”
Chris Thile and Michael Davies “Ookpik Waltz”
Clark, “Pocket for Jack”

Boards Of Canada, “Peacock Tail”
Tennis, “Origins”
Sonic Youth, “Stones”
Claire, “Neon Love”
Luke Kirkland, “International Arms”
Various Artists, “Rent”
The Smiths, “Oscillate Wildly”
Imogen Heap, “Between Sheets”
Wire, “Practice Makes Perfect”
Shark?, “Big Summer, (Summer Ale)”

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Robin Young and Jeremy Hobson host Here & Now, a live two-hour production of NPR and WBUR Boston.

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