Jim Neill

Jim Neill’s Jukebox 8/14/13

7PM
Parkington Sisters – Deerheart
Emiliana Torrini – Speed of Dark
Of Montreal – Fugitive Air
Hot Chip – Dark and Stormy
Empire Of The Sun – We Are the People
Kid Astray – The Mess
Bomba Estéreo – Bailar Conmigo
Pure Bathing Culture – Dream The Dare
Bhi Bhiman – Guttersnipe
Crooked Fingers – Twilight Creeps
Jenny O. – Automechanic
High Highs – Flowers Bloom
8PM
Peter Blegvad- Daughter
O+S – We Do What We Want To
Jesca Hoop – Hunting My Dress
Vetiver – Wonder Why
Chairlift – Bruises
Bahamas – Be My Witness
Poolside – Take Me Home
Elephant Stone – Heavy Moon
Baths – Ossuary
The Rosebuds – Second Bird of Paradise
Ex Cops – James
The Dejas – All There Is
Plants and Animals – Before
9PM
Wizz Jones – Stick A Little Label On It
Sandy Bull – No Deposit-No Return Blues
Joy Kills Sorrow- When I Grow Up
Robyn Hitchcock – You And Oblivion
Roy Harper- How Does It Feel
Julia Holter – Moni Mon Amie
Alex Chilton – All We Ever Got From Them Was Pain
Pascal Pinon – Good And Bad Things
Jenny Hval – Blood flight

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