If you caught the show last night, we played it straight again, just like the old days, you know, just two turntables (well, CD decks) and a microphone(s). No dogs, no slogans, just great beer. We also featured a gaggle of new local music from Boulder Acoustic Society, Paper Bird, Joshua Novak, Pictureplane, the Legendary Beep Beeps, the Food Chain and the Fresh Breath Committee, along with some cuts we haven't played in a while. We also started tweeting our playlist last night for the benefit of those who want to know what we're playing in real time rather than waiting for this blog post the morning after. See the full playlist after the jump. And be sure to tune in next week when Whygee stops by to premier his new single from the record he's about to drop.
Reno Divorce - "How Long's It Been?"
The Fluid - "She Don't Understand"
Life In Electric - "Dead And Buried"
Bad Luck City - "Bones"
The Boulder Acoustic Society - "So Confused"
Paper Bird - "Dead as a Dead Man's Bones"
Patrick Porter - "Sakes Alive"
Black Market Empire - "Drop Dead Disco"
Vonnegut - "Vanishing Act"
The Legendary Beep Beeps - "Love, Turn On Your Red Lights"
Cowboy Curse - "Negative Space"
Defeat the Lie - "Remember Your Name"
No Fair Fights - "Fighter"
The Trampolines - "The Need"
Joshua Novak - "Tidal Wave"
Ghost Buffalo - "Indecision"
Es Nine - "Who I Am"
FOE - "Tic Toc"
Pictureplane - "Boys In Blush"
Revenge of Astrophagus - "Raygun"
The Food Chain - "Music Is A Drug"
Kal Cahoone - "Evita"
Space Team Electra - "Amnesia"
Fresh Breath Committee - "Soul Music"
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