Playlist: Tuesday, July 13, 2010


Squirrel Nut Zippers / Hell
Carolina Chocolate Drops / Trouble In Your Mind
Flying Lotus feat. Thom Yorke / And The World Laughs With You
Besnard Lakes / Land Of Living Skies, Pts. 1 & 2
Beach House / Real Love
Art Museums / We Can’t Handle It
Fol Chen / The Holograms
Fierce Creatures / Harpooning
Joy Division / Transmission
Band Of Horses / For Annabelle
Deer Tick / Choir Of Angels
Admiral Radley / Red Curbs
Danger Mouse & Sparklehorse feat. Jason Lytle / Jaykub
Local Natives / Airplanes
Love Language / This Blood Is Our Own
Ana Tijoux / 1977
Maren Parusel / Days In Universe
Avi Buffalo / What’s In It For?
Baths / Hall
Maps & Atlases / Artichokes
Sleepy Sun / Wild Machines
Strange Vine / Close Your Eyes
Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks / The Hook
New Pornographers / A Bite Out Of My Bed
Flaming Lips & Stardeath and White Dwarfs feat. Henry Rollins / Brain Damage
Sleigh Bells / Tell ‘Em
Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings / Money
KaitO / Try Me Out
Scout Niblett / Cherry Cheek Bomb
Black Keys / I’m Not The One
Ozomatli / Gay Vatos In Love
Tricky feat. Martina Topley-Bird / Black Steel [Public Enemy cover]
Yo La Tengo / Here To Fall [De La Soul remix]
Gorillaz / Broken
Talking Heads / Don’t Worry About The Government
Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti / Beverly Kills
Archie Bronson Outfit / Shark’s Tooth
Crystal Castles / Doe Deer
The Fall / Funnel Of Love [Wanda Jackson cover]
Unnatural Helpers / Sunshine/Pretty Girls
Strange Boys / Be Brave
Let’s Wrestle / In Dreams
Ra Ra Riot / Suspended In Gaffa [Kate Bush cover]
Eels / Unhinged

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Jefferson Beavers is a multimedia journalist based in Fresno, Calif. He teaches journalism and writing courses at Fresno City College.
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2 Responses to Playlist: Tuesday, July 13, 2010

  1. Anonymous says:

    Dude, “The Squirrel Nut Zippers” was one of my favorites in high school. I'll have to give them another listen.

    -brother luke

  2. I loved the Zippers, too, Luke. The drive-time jazz DJ before me, Jeff Parker, had it sitting there and I asked him about it. He said he ran out of time to play it and I said, well I'll just start MY show with it. He dug that! As I belted out the words in my best bravado baritone, Parker said, “Go, cat, go!”

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