Dialed In: This week's local music radio playlists

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, 99.5 the Mountain's Homegrown Show*, 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.


Snake Rattle Rattle Snake -  Live at Meadowlark 8.07.09
M. Pyres - "Note in Apparatus (orion knows)"
Mean Uncle Mike - "You"
Bum Kon - "Balance"
d. biddle - "You Are the Sea"
Jonny Woodrose and the Broken Hearted Woodpeckers - "Pork 'n Beans"
Willie Lewis and the Stablemen - "Ya Got No Sense"
Gregory Ego - "Cassady"
Rok Tots - "Hey 22"
Action Packed Thrill Ride - "In This River"
The Bottesini Project - "Laswell B-Movie"
Psychotic Rxn - "Shiny Little Plastic Heads"
Hearts of Palm - "Farewell Valentine (Cigarette Homecoming Queen)"
Dressy Bessy - "Pretty Pleaze"
Overcasters - "Cancel the Sky"
Otion - "Bloody Revolution"
Emily Frembgen and the Spiky Little Pinecones - "The Chance"
Sonnenblume - "Ded 2 Me"
Magic Cyclops - "Online Predator"
Six Months to Live - "Vampires Killed Our Parents"
The Fluid - "Pretty Mouse"
Pinhead Circus - "Gone Again"
Fellow Citizens - "Holden Caulfield Makes a Phone Call"
Elin Palmer - "House"
Blue Million Miles - "Follow You Down"
Cacheflowe - "A Dreary Flight over the Datascape"
Candy Claws - "Snowy Shores"
Laylights - "Sparrow"


Skyfox - "Twilight"
Aloft in the Sundry - "Little Miss Opportunity"
Slaughterhouse Rootz - "Dancehall"
Savage Henry - "Broken"
Gregory Alan Isakov - "That Moon Song"
Ian Cooke - "The Rot"
Ephesus - "Finally Been Cut"
Rubber Planet - "Wish I Could"
Science Partner - "Ground Fault Interruptor"
Branden Sipes - "Driving Blind"
Pick-Up Artist - "The Birth"
Esprit de Corps - "Black Gold"
The Wheel - "Are You Sleeping"


The Railbenders - "The Outlaw Way"
Emmitt-Nershi Band - "Road of Destruction"
Los Rojos Calientes - "Night Rider"
Juno What?! - "Get On Down"
The Grippe - "Hucklebuck"
The Informants - "Salvation"
Bobby Walker - "Rockin' Pneumonia"
Leftover Salmon - "Who Stole My Monkey"
Mike Schikora - "Devika's Song (I Believe In Love)"
Speakeasy, Tiger - "Coma State Head"
Ode to the Marionette - "Uncomfortable Situation"
Flying Dragon Orchestra - "Replica"
Yonder Mountain String Band - "Complicated"
Sweet Water Well - "Zoeology"
Euforquestra - "Melody Truck"
Fafi aka 3Percent - "Chenzira"
The Inactivists - "Song for Gary Glitter"
The Blue Canyon Boys - "Lyin', Cheatin', Cryin'"
Todd Adelman & the Love Handles - "Hand Over Your Heart"
Houses - "We're Alright"
Hello Kavita - "Sunday (It's A Chrome Tide)"
Earth, Wind & Fire - "Sun Goddess (Live)"
Erik Applegate - "Another Reply"


DeVotchKa - "How It Ends"
The Omens - "You Can't Come Back"
Tiny Television - "Hallelujah"
The Photo Atlas - "Light and Noise"
Something Underground - "We Came to Get Down"
The Autumn Film - "Wreck of Innocence"
Dressy Bessy - "Just Once More"
King for a Day - "Here Comes the Fabulous"
The Rhythm Angels - "She Loves to Love a Fool"
The Knew - "Cold Black"


Dave Preston - "Cleopatra"
Roenik - "You Should Go"
Carol Mayberry Sanchez - "Nothin' More Nothin' Less"
John William Davis - "Dirty Old World"
Curly No Shoes Jr - "You Ain't The One For Me"
Jill Stevenson - "Believe"
Mind Go Flip - "The Flavor"
Michael Lloyd Band - "Leave Well Enough Alone"
Sound Rabbit - "Hazel"
Craig Maierhofer - "Sister Shannon"
WC Spencer Bluescat - "Some Of  The Things"

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