PLAYLIST: Boo Radleys – Lazarus Pond – Colder Than Ice The Wedding Present – Dalliance Super Furry Animals – The Placid Casual Wildhoney – Thin Air Television Personalities – Part Time Punks The Clash – Safe Eurpoean Home Carter USM – Sherrif Fatman The Auteurs – Lenny Valentino Supergrass – In It For The Money
Also – have you entered to win tickets to see Pixies, Arcade Fire, or Jesus and Mary Chain? Click here
PLAYLIST: The Candyskins – Somewhere Under London The Horrors – Machine Beta Band – Human Being Pulp – Live Bed Show Airiel – Flashlight Tag Weekender – No Time To Waste 5 Billion In Diamonds – Gravity rules Spires – In Between Frankie Rose – Red Museum Ride – Lateral Alice
If you listened to The Casual Sound episode 10, you heard us remark about a Japanese baggy (think Stone Roses, Happy Mondays, Inspiral Carpets) compilation that Tyler found via the Madchester Rave On blog. For your pleasure and discovery, here’s a direct link to the post about this compilation and details on how to download it.
We also love this blog and recommend you check out the rest of it. Some true gems here.
In this one, we talk about familiar sounds from unexpected place, ticket giveaways, and we continue the internet sensation #CasualQuestion. Not to mention a pure, solid list of great songs.
Also – have you entered to win tickets to see Pixies, Arcade Fire or The Jesus and Mary Chain in Denver yet? If not, click here.
PLAYLIST: Mogwai- Party In The Dark Miniatures – Last Day Ethica – Ever Even Cornershop – England’s Dreaming Yassassin – Cherry Pie Ratboy – Revolution Saint Etienne – Spring Silent Pictures – Time Has Broken DMA’s – Timeless The Holiday Crowd – Cheer Up
The episode in which we announce ticket giveaways for Pixies (10/18), Arcade Fire (10/25) and Jesus & Mary Chain (11/3) in Denver (click here to enter) and where we tell you how you can get 6 total entries.
We also answer this week’s #CasualQuestion:Which album does everyone love except you?What’s your answer?
After a brief hiatus to… ya know…. do life things, we return. We get a little retro, a little goth, a little psych, discuss labels that make us happy, bands it took us too long to adopt, the Smiths, and we revive old rants about Radiohead (Danger Radio fans can skip that part, since you’ve heard it all before.)