Brighten the Corners

BTC show #345 – 1/21/14

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WCNR Brighten the Corners 01-21-14 (Show 345)

{all titles out now unless otherwise noted}

 

~10pm~

 

Beck – “Blue Moon”/Morning Phase (out 2/25)

Damien Jurado – “Silver Timothy”/Brothers & Sisters of the Eternal (out today)

 

Damon Albarn – “Everyday Robots”/title track (out 4/29)

Night Beds – “Head For the Hills”/new 1-off single, came out last week

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Angel Olsen – “High and Wild”/Burn Your Fire for No Witness (out 2/18, in Cville 2/18)

Elizabeth & The Catapult – “Shoelaces”/Like It Never Happened (out today)

 

Dum Dum Girls – “Lost Boys & Girls Club”/Too True (out 1/28)

Warpaint – “Keep It Healthy”/Warpaint (out today)

 

The War on Drugs – “Red Eyes”/Lost in the Dream (out 3/18)

Wild Cub – “Thunder Clatter”/Youth (out today)

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Lo-Fang – “When We’re Fire”/Blue Film (out 2/25, tour w/ Lorde)

Pixies – “Magdalena”/EP 2 (out now)

 

~11pm~

 

Drive-By Truckers – “Pauline Hawkins”/English Oceans (out 3/4)

NeedToBreathe – “The Heart”/Rivers in the Wasteland (out 4/15)

Bad Suns – “Cardiac Arrest”/Corner Lounge version from 1/17 (Transpose EP out today)

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Phosphorescent – “Ride On Right On”/2013 (in Cville 1/23)

The Autumn Defense – “This Thing That I’ve Found”/Fifth (out 1/28)

 

Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings – “Signed Sealed Delivered I’m Yours”/Sweetheart 2014 (out 2/4, in Cville 5/29!)

Tears For Fears – “My Girls”/new Animal Collective cover

Les Claypool’s Duo De Twang – “Man in the Box”/Four Foot Shack (out 2/4, in Cville 3/3)

Langhorne Slim – “Early in the Morning”/This Is The Town: A Tribute To Nilsson Vol. 1 (out 2/4)

 

Real Estate – “Talking Backwards”/Atlas (out Mar. 4, in Cville 4/1)

Hospitality – “Rockets & Jets”/Trouble (out 1/28, in Cville 2/23)

 

The Black & White Years – “Embraces”/Strange Figurines (out today)

Against Me! – “F My Life 666”/Transgender Dysphoria Blues (out today)

 

Mark Lanegan – “Blues for D (Vocal Version)”/Has God Seen My Shadow? An Anthology 1989-2011 (came out last week)

Cat Power – “Sun”/2012 (Chan’s 42nd b’day today!)

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