The Industry

Aloft in the Sundry and Carbon Choir got spins this week on local radio. See who else got love.

Here what the area's local-centric specialty radio shows were spinning this week. We're currently tracking the playlists a number of different shows including, Radio 1190's Local Shakedown*, KTCL's Locals Only, KBCO's Local Edition*, The Colorado Sound*, which originates at KRFC and is re-broadcast all over Colorado, 99.5 the Mountain's Homegrown Show, and the Colorado Wave, which is syndicated on a number of stations across the country. See the full playlists posted after the jump.

* These playlists haven't been made available yet, but will be added as soon as they are.

LOCALS ONLY (KTCL) 06/06/10

Speakeasy Tiger - "Oil Rising" What About Pluto? - "Caressing Conscience" Say So - "Fools" Like Pianos Crashing - "Death Rattle" Chainsaw Love Affair - "Perfect Opportunity" Aloft in the Sundry - "Little Miss Opporunity" The Autumn Film - "Always the Same" Congress - "Loretta" Faces of Radio - "Escape" Black Market Empire - "Drop Dead Disco" Give 'Er Hell - "Excited" Light Travels Faster - "Friends Like This"

MOUNTAIN HOMEGROWN SHOW (KQMT) 06/07/10

Lords of Fuzz - "Black Weeds" Yerkish - "Bitten" PolyJane - "Baited" Nina Storey - "Circles" DeVotchKa - "How It Ends" The Midnight Kites - "Caution to the Wind" Carbon Choir - "Measure of Your Madness" The Delta Sonics - "My Baby Wants a Big Rock Star" Hazel Miller - "Straighten Up and Fly Right" Chris Daniels & the Kings - "Hot Summer Nights"

COLORADO WAVE 06/07/10

Rebecca Folsom - "Will Of A Woman" Raz - "This Is How The World Goes Round" Cynthia Del'Aria - "Stopped" Peter Lacey - "Surround Sound" Katoorah Jayne - "Trip" Double Down - "Naked In My Mind" Grandpa Griffith - "Mustache Man" Robert Alan Kirby - "10 Gallons" Bland and Wicks - "Asian Eyes" Roger Holzheimer - "I Saw You" Wild Blooms - "Dancing Alone" Aloft In The Sundry - "Little Miss Opportunity" The Smackers - "Fixer Upper" John William Davis - "Defying Gravity"

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Dave Herrera
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