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We're currently tracking the playlists from a number of different shows, including KTCL's Locals Only, The Colorado Sound, an independently produced show that is broadcast all over Colorado, and The Colorado Wave*, which is syndicated on a number of stations across the country. Here's what the area's local-centric specialty radio shows were spinning this week.


Post Paradise - "Call Me Out" Ashtree - "January" Roniit - "Only You" You Me & Apollo - "Circles & Graves" Sound | Studies - "Smoke & Mirrors" South of France - "Kings" Musuji - "Wine Stain" Raven & the Writing Desk - "Cutting the Line" Aires Jackson - "Sounds Good" Everai - "Sound Cycle" Everfound - "Never Beyond Repair" Wuki - "Framework"


Big Head Todd & The Monsters "Rosalita Halden Wofford & the Hi*Beams "All Along the Watchtower" Drew Emmitt "Tangled Up In Blue" Vinnie Maniscalco "TaKillYa" Places "Honesty" Katey Laurel "Hurricane" Jeff Brinkman "Ordinary Day" Rachel and the Ruckus "Could Be Tonight" SHEL "On My Way" Metropolitan Jazz Orchestra "Zen and The Art of Samba" Acoustic Junction "Every Heart" Reed Foehl "Wolves" (N) Mosey West "Hurricane Eyes" Monocle Band "Falling" Leftover Salmon "Sing Up To The Moon" Soul School "Out of Your League" Flobots "White Flag Warrior" Rachel & the Kings "Not Giving Up" Soul Merchants "Crowns of Glory" Fierce Bad Rabbit "Do You Want Me Now?" (N) Mollie O'Brien and Rich Moore "Train Home" Dan Treanor & African Wind "Mercy" The Motet "Afro Disco Beat"


Crash Landings - Run Katey Laurel - Hurricane Rick K - Til The End of Time Raz - Mending Fences Honky Tonk Hangovers - The Train Bland and Wicks - Asian Eyes Paul Moran - Somewhere I've Never Been Potcheen Folk Band - Molly Anne Beehive - Pretty Little Thieves Liz Barnez - Time Will Do The Talking Be Thou My Vision - Homeland Lara Herscovitch - Another Year Bettys Not A Vitamin - Home

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