The Industry

Alan Alda, Superseed, and Wadirum spun at local radio this week. See who else got spins.

Here's what the area's local-centric specialty radio shows were spinning this week. We're currently tracking the playlists from a number of different shows, including KTCL's Locals Only, 99.5 the Mountain's Homegrown Show, KBCO's Local Edition*, The Colorado Sound*, which originates at KRFC and is re-broadcast all over Colorado, and The Colorado Wave, which is syndicated on a number of stations across the country. See the full playlists posted after the jump.

* Playlist not currently available

LOCALS ONLY (KTCL) 10.03.10

The Heyday - "Fools Go Fallin'" Gamits - "No One Care Why Should I?" Alan Alda - "Alison" My Body Sings Electric - "Pictures" Sellouts - "On My Level" Young Cities - "At It Again" Jason Vigil - "Before You Disappear" Ashtree Close - "Reach Out" Kawnar f/Danielle Phillips & PDA - "Lost" Autumn Film - "Always the Same" Kosmos - "Ways of Letting Go" Something Underground - "Angelic"

MOUNTAIN HOMEGROWN SHOW (KQMT) 10.04.10

Remember May - Silverplume Remember May - In My Own Way Rebecca Folsom - Smoke and Tears David Rynhart - One Beautiful World Superseed - Remember Rock n' Roll Chris Daniels & the Kings - I Like Your Shoes Jen Korte & the Loss - It's a Little Hard, Dear Liza - Bird On a Wing Romano Paoletti - Can You Run The Rouge - Timebomb Rubber Planet - Forever

THE COLORADO WAVE 10.04.10

Grandpa Griffith - Mustache Man Vegas With Randolph - Happy Strange Lights - Chocolate Hot IQS - Buyers Remorse Code Melanie Susuras Band - Fingerprints Wes and Victoria - Four Worlds Roger Holzheimer - Found You Something Underground - River Love The New Crave - A Better Way Wadirum - Borders Stacia Petrie - Crash Course Hillbilly Hellcats - White Trash

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Dave Herrera
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