Jim Neill

Jim Neill’s Jukebox 10.16.13

7PM
Elf Power – Grotesquely Born Anew
The Blow – I Tell Myself Everything
Adam Faucett – T-Rex T-Shirt
Vacationer – Trip
Dean Wareham – Emancipated Hearts
Volcano Choir – Byegone
Jenny Hval – A silver fox
Mazzy Star – California
Cardinal – Last Poems
Hunters & Collectors – Throw Your Arms Around Me
Benjamin BIolay- Little Darlin’
Kathryn Williams – Spit On A Stranger
Stephin Merritt – The Man of a Million Faces
Kate Miller-Heidke – The Tiger Inside Will Eat The Child

8PM
Of Montreal – Obsidian Currents
The Chills – Molten Gold

Mummers- Lorca and the Orange Tree
San Fermin – Oh, Darling
San Fermin – Bar
Lanterns on the Lake – Until the Colours Run
Washington – Guerre De Rue
Broadcast – Pendulum
Dead Gaze – Somewhere Else
Tera Melos – Sunburn
Girls Names – Hypnotic Regression

Yuck – Rebirth
Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin – Lucky Young

9PM
Luke Temple – Florida
Darkside – Golden Arrow
Patti Smith – Nine
R.E.M. – Blue
John Foxx – Luminous And Gone

Russell Edson (poems) The Woman Who Cut Down Her Husband, Oh MY God I’ll Never Get Home

The Notwist – One With the Freaks

Jenny Hval – Blood flight
Robyn Hitchcock – Copper Kettle
Freedy Johnston – Dolores
Kelley Stoltz – Baby I Got News For You

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