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Thursday, July 17, 2014

Music From The Show

Helios, “Bless This Morning Year”
Glass Animals, “Black Mambo”
Obfusc, “FriendsFadeInFadeOut”
The Horrors, “Jealous Sun”
Joanna Newsome, “Bridges and Balloons”
The Letter E, “Alushta”
Wunder Wunder, “Coastline”
Mux Mool, “Heart Attacker”
Luke Kirkland, “My Southern Guides”
Regina Spektor, “You’ve Got Time”
Com Truise, “Colorvision”

Tristeza, “Are We People”
Wunder Wunder, “Midnight Hours”
múm, “Green Grass Of Tunnel”
The Diamond Mines, “It Just Adds Up”
Maps, “Left Behind”
Trans Am, “Night Shift”
The Cure, “Just Like Heaven”
Shipping News, “Axons and Dendrites”
Yo La Tengo, “Moby Octapad”
The American dollar, “Time”
Battles, “Futura”


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