Brighten the Corners

BTC show #348 – 2/11/14

 

WCNR Brighten the Corners 2-11-14 (Show 348)

{all titles out now unless otherwise noted}

 

~10pm~

 

Conor Oberst – “Hundreds of Ways”/Upside Down Mountain (out 5/20)

Mirah – “Oxen Hope”/Changing Light (out 4/8)

3rd Eye Girl w/ Prince – “PretzelBodyLogic”/PlectrumElectrum (tba)

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Howler – “Don’t Wanna”/World of Joy (out 3/25)

The Orwells – “Who Needs You”/EP title track

 

Ex Hex – “Hot and Cold”/7-inch out 3/18

Lydia Loveless – “To Love Somebody”/Somewhere Else (out 2/18)

 

Hurray For the Riff Raff – “I Know It’s Wrong (But That’s Alright)”/Small Town Heroes (out today)

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

 

Noah Gundersen – “Ledges”/title track (out today)

Band of Horses – “No One’s Gonna Love You”/Acoustic at the Ryman (out today)

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Neil Finn “Flying in the Face of Love”/Dizzy Heights (out today)

 

~11pm~

 

Nina Persson – “Animal Heart”/title track (out today)

Broods – “Bridges”/s/t EP (came out last week, free iTunes song this week)

 

St. Vincent – “Prince Johnny”/s/t (out 2/25)

Future Islands – “Seasons Waiting On You’/Singles (out 3/25, in Cville 3/3)

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Angel Olsen – “Forgiven/Forgotten”/Burn Your Fire For No Witness (out & in Cville 2/18)

 

Cloud Nothings – “I’m Not Part of Me”/Here & Nowhere (out 4/1)

Yellow Ostrich – “Shades”/Cosmos (out 2/25)

 

NO – “Leave The Door Wide Open”/El Prado (out 2/18)

The Notwist – “Kong”/Close To The Glass (out 2/25)

 

Nickel Creek – “Destination”/upcoming album (tba)

Ingrid Michaelson – “Girls Chase Boys”/new album 4/15

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Wye Oak – “The Tower”/Shriek (out 4/29, in Cville 3/3)

Jeremy Messersmith – “Virginia”/Corner Lounge version from 2/7

 

Sun Kil Moon – “Ben’s My Friend”/Benji (out today)

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