Jim Neill

Jukebox for Wednesday, March 27
Jukebox for Wednesday, March 27

7PM
Heaven 17 – Let Me Go
Lusine – Two Dots
The Pinker Tones – Mais Pourquoi?
LCD Soundsystem – Losing My Edge
JC Brooks and the Uptown Sound- I Am Trying To Break Your Heart
Eleanor Friedberger – My Mistakes
Macklemore-Thrift Shop
The Vibrators-You Broke My Heart
PJ Harvey – Sheela-Na-Gig
Iggy Pop – Search And Destroy
Junip- Your Life Your Call
Depeche Mode- Broken
8PM
Steve Martin & Edie Brickell- When You Get To Asheville
Lichens – Escapisms In A Comedic Forum
Phosphorescent – Sun, Arise!
The Staves- Dead & Born & Grown
The Staves-Winter Trees
Joshua James – Weeds Tuesday w/ Joan
Radiohead – Kid A
They Might Be Giants- Black Ops from Nanobots
Elephant Stone- Setting Sun
Suede – For The Strangers
Dirty Projectors – Gun Has No Trigger
Youth Lagoon – Mute
Wire- Reinvent Your Second Wheel
9PM
Low-Plastic Cup
Songs: Ohia – Didn’t It Rain
Avett Brothers- Hammer Down
Sigur Ros- Ofbirta
Japan – Taking Islands In Africa 
Simple Minds – Waterfront 
Venture Lift- Bukowski on The Brain
William Tyler – A Portrait of Sarah
Hoquiam – Zombies of the Sea
Robyn Hitchcock – She Reached For A light
Bombadil – The Pony Express
Bombadil – Unicycle

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