Brighten the Corners

BTC show #346 – 1/28/14

WCNR Brighten the Corners 01-28-14 (Show 346)

{all titles out now unless otherwise noted}

 

~10pm~

 

The Both (Aimee Mann & Ted Leo) – “Milwaukee”/s/t (out 4/15)

Jenny Lewis – “Completely Not Me”/Girls Vol. 2 (out 2/11)

Dawn Landes – “Love Song”/Bluebird (out 2/18)

G. Love & Special Sauce (w/ Ben Harper) – “Nothing Quite Like Home”/Sugar (out 4/22)

Ozomatli (w/ Dave Stewart) – “Brighter”/Place in the Sun (out 3/11)

 

The Hold Steady – “Spinners”/Teeth Dreams (out 3/25)

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

 

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

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

The Black & White Years – “Embraces”/Strange Figurines

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

 

“The Super Bowl Shuffle” charity remake by Sean Cannon’s Louisville All-Stars (Misfire Records bandcamp.com page)

 

~11pm~

 

Cults – “High Road”/Static (in Cville 1/30)

Deerhunter – “Back To The Middle”/2013 (in Cville 2/4)

GEMS – “Don’t Cry”/Seal cover via soundcloud.com/gems-band (opening for Cults)

Dean Wareham – “The Dancer Disappears”/s/t (out 3/11)

Phosphorescent – “Tomorrow is a Long Time”/Sweetheart 2014 (out 2/4, in Cville last week)

Elbow – “New York Morning”/The Take Off & Landing of Everything (out 3/11)

 

Angelique Kidjo – “Blewu”/Eve (out today)

Nicole Atkins – “Girl You Look Amazing”/Slow Phaser (out 2/4)

 

Ages & Ages – “Divisionary (Do The Right Thing)”/Divisionary

Jeremy Messersmith – “Ghost”/Heart Murmurs (out 2/4)

 

Speedy Ortiz – “American Horror”/Real Hair EP (out 2/11, played Cville 1/16)

Dum Dum Girls – “Too True To Be Good”/Too True (out today)

 

Parker Millsap – “Disappear”/s/t (out 2/4)

Built To Spill – “Jokerman”/Bob Dylan in the 80s (out 3/25)

 

Pete Seeger – “And I Am Still Searching”/Where Have All The Flowers Gone (98) RIP

 

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