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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. *Playlist not available this week.


Air Dubai - "Warning" Sam Lee - "Secret" Places - "Honesty" Gamits - "Falling Apart" South of France - "Kings" Wire Faces - "Replicator" Pull the Alarm - "Animal" Bear Antler - "Take Long" Maykit - "East and West" Tim Hanauer - "The Hurricane Night" Portobello Road - "Luxury" Wendy Woo - "Knowledge" Red Fox Run - "Crossfire"


Rick Roberts - "In My Own Small Way" The Samples - "Tom Joad" Abi Robins - "Let Me Explain" Tyler Ward - "The Way We Are" John McVey - "The Gentleman Thief" Kristi Stice - "Forgiving The Road" Elephant Revival - "Quill Pen Feather" Gromet - "Empty Space" Instant Empire - "Keep Up!" Rob Drabkin - "Little Steps" Joshua Novak - "Informaniac" John Common - "Moonlight" Jon Wirtz - "Politico" Tommy Bolin - "Wild Dogs" The Rainy Daze - "That Acapulco Gold" P-Nuckle - "The System" Flobots - "The Rose and the Thistle" Rachel & the Kings - "I Know What You're Made Of..." Otis Taylor - "Blue Rain in Africa" Great American Taxi - "One of These Days" Palmer Divide - "Whiskey Row" Churchill - "Change" SHEL - "On My Way" Fierce Bad Rabbit - "Matter of Time" Zach Heckendorf - "Traffic" Jeff Brinkman - "Ordinary Day" Keith Oxman - "All Dudes"


Abandonato - "Usual Day" Nina Storey - "Change Her" Cary Morin and The Atoll - "End Of Forever" Jennifer Filzen - "Face The Dark" Mike Press - "Saturated" Jason Stocker - "End And Beginning" Gription - "Six Cylinder Crush" Rebecca Folsom - "In Good Time" Hans York - "Invocation" Itis - "Problem" Caleb Miller - "Prayer" Radius - "Illuminate" 3rd Time Lucky - "Those Words We Said"

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