Playlist – October 14th, 2009

c - metalToday I took the rarely-traveled road of rock.  (Rarely-traveled for my show anyway).  I dabble in so many variants of electronic music because I love the energy and vibe that many of those tracks create; yet I love so many other types of music.  Many of these types go unrepresented on my show, so I thought today let’s do a rock show.  I started things out slow and slowly built up from some weepy acoustic, to gritty indie, and eventually into the louder regions of metal.  It was fun to play this stuff out, so I hope you enjoy the change of pace, and hopefully heard some things you liked.  I’ll be back to the beats next week.

Listen to the show of rawk-i-tude:

Here’s the playlist as well:

  • Earlimart – C    (intro track)
  • The Swell Season – In These Arms
  • Earlimart – Interloper
  • Amestory – #2
  • Timonium – Filamented
  • Valleys – Silent Woods
  • Blue Jungle – Here We Go Again
  • Rain Machine – Give Blood
  • Blonde Redhead – Spring and By Summer Fall
  • Asobi Seksu – Walk on the Moon
  • Prosaics – Teeth
  • Russian Circles – Malko
  • Giant Squid – Versus the Siren
  • Jesu – Deflated
  • Pelican – Strung Up From the Sky
  • Disappearer – A Skull Full of Bats
  • Tombs – Gossamer
  • Witchery – Plague Rider
  • Converge – Dark Horse
  • Black Anvil – Ten Talons Deep
  • Dark Tranquility – Lost To Apathy
  • Yoga – Seventh Wind
  • Laudanum – Invoke
  • Portal – Omenknow
  • Mammoth Grinder – Frozen
  • Doomriders – Lions
  • 3 Inches of Blood – Battles and Brotherhood
  • Agalloch – Odal
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~ by curbmerchant on October 14, 2009.

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