Mile Hi-Fidelity playlist - 05.20.09

For those of you that managed to catch the show last night, apologies for the train wreck that was the segue (ahem, read dead-air) between the first and second song and the second and third song. Evidently, there was some button on the board that wasn't engaged, which caused us to inexplicably receive a "board failure" error each time we fired up CD2. With the help of our ace engineer Lee, we recovered nicely and quickly for the rest of the show. Ah, the travails of live radio. Anyhow, we had a great show otherwise. Played two dozen songs and chopped it up with the guys from the Gromet, a promising group of up-and-comers whose music allows them to walk the tightrope between the indie rock and jam scenes. Uh-huh, that's what we thought at first, kind of like apples and astronauts. At any rate, it works, and it works well, mostly because the songs are lovely. Check out the full playlist after the jump.

Mile Hi-Fidelity

The Otherside of Clearview - "Sweet Release"
Piggies - "Rusted Bullets"
The Pseudo Dates - "Indeed We Love You"
The Rouge - "Breakdown"
Cowboy Curse - "Negative Space"
The Cells - "Don't Change Your Mind"
The Corvairs - "TV"
Jim McTurnan - "Give Up Suffering"
The Widowers - "Bone Collecting Ghost"
d.biddle - "The Light That Disappeared"
Rabbit Is a Sphere - "Dispatch"
The Gromet - "Corkah'"
The Gromet - "Sow Belly"
Everfound - "Lie Detector"
Armchair Martian vs Bad Astronaut - "Grey Suits"
Thee Milkshakes - "Your Scene"
29th Street Disciples - "Saturday Night Stand"
The Red Electric - "Freebirds"
Savage Henry - "Broken"
Vonnegut - "Vanishing Act"
The Orangu-tones - "Justine"
Ian Cooke - "The Rot"
Danielle Ate the Sandwich - "Handsome Girl"
Truth Willis - "Same Thang"

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