"Ah, man, I love this song!" I must make this remark a lot during the show. Last night, as I was marveling out loud about one of the tunes -- I'm not sure which one, but I think it might've been "Skinny" by Scaffolding -- Andy pointed out the obvious: I should love them, since I pick what we play each week. After all, it stands to reason that I'd play songs I liked. He's got a point. Guess I'm a little dense sometimes. Anyhow, Andy was back last night in the co-host chair, and we had a blast as usual, chopping it up on the air and playing some quality local music, some new stuff, some old stuff and some unreleased stuff. See the full playlist after the jump.
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Born In the Flood - "I Gotta Wear You"
Hot IQs - "Hungry Hungry Hypo"
Nathan & Stephen - "Stand Back Up"
The Side Project
Hearts Like Lions - "Through the Cracks"
The Last Seen - "Don't Say"
Yellow Second - "Mulberry"
The Autumn Film - "Because We Are"
Melissa Ivey - "Lovers & Stars"
The Swanks - "Bad Luck Charm"
Thank God for Astronauts - "Ghetto Flame"
Oblio Duo + the Archers - "Rock Sprawl"
Big Timber - "Wilhelm Rag"
American Relay - "Bonedry"
Ride the Boogie - "Big Ass Bass"
Black Black Ocean - "This Machine Will Help"
Scaffolding - "Skinny"
Everything Absent or Distorted (a love story) - "Japanese War Tuba"
Achille Lauro - "Vacation Bible School"
(die) PILOT - "Mutiny"
The Czars - "Drug"
James Han - "Pill #25 (For Lascivious Hallucinations In Our Seattle)"
Carolyn's Mother - "She's Falling Down"
The Brotherhood of Dae Han - "Bury Me"