Jim Neill

Jukebox for April 24th, 2013
Jukebox for April 24th, 2013

Jim Neill’s Jukebox 4/24/2013
7PM
Kurt Vile – Wakin on a Pretty Day
PJ Harvey/Thom Yorke – The Mess We’re In
Dawn Landes – I Won’t Back Down
Game Theory- Like A Girl Jesus
Richard Walters – All at sea
Mac Demarco – Ode To Viceroy
The Narcoleptic Dancers – Unique Tree
Lloyd Cole – Impossible girl
Melody’s Echo Chamber – Crystallized
LCD Soundsystem – Someone Great
Yim Yames – All Things Must Pass
8PM
Night Beds – Ramona Fri 6/28 w. Jenny O
Jenny O. – Automechanic
Teen – Better
Robyn Hitchcock – The Beauty Of Earl’s Court
Gregory & the Hawk – For the Best
Bored Nothing – Bliss
Wire – Re-Invent Your Second Wheel
The Church – A New Season
McCarthy – St Francis Amongst The Mortals
R.E.M. – Me In Honey
Throwing Muses – Two Step
The Smiths – The Headmaster Ritual
The Innocence Mission- Sorry and Glad Together
9PM
The Innocence Mission- Every Hour Here
Paul Westerberg – Good Day
Game Theory- The Red Baron
Evan Dando – Frying Pan
Evan Dando – Hard Drive
Lost In The Trees – Neither Here Nor There
Winterpills – Shameful
Winterpills – Cranky
PJ Harvey – Big Exit
PJ Harvey – Good Fortune
Robyn Hitchcock – Let There Be More Darkness
Samantha Crain – Somewhere All the Time
Dawn Landes – Kids in a Play

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