Afterglow 7/28

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Wanna win free tickets? Better yet, wanna win free tickets to STS9 and Umphrey’s McGee playing TOGETHER at Meadowbrook Music Festival in Rochester on Sunday, August 18th? Well, you’re in luck because Devin is giving away two pairs each week leading up to the show! Doesn’t get much better than that! Call in at 517-884-8989!

10pm

1. Don’t Let the Man Get You Down – Fatboy Slim

2. Clairvoyer – Random Rab

3. White Pickle – Umphrey’s McGee

4. Lo-Fi Groovy – All India Radio

5. Sports, Not Heavy Crime – Xploding Plastix

6. Zipper Problems – Copy

7. Plastic Stress -Terranova

8. Kingfisher Call Me – The Ruby Suns

9. Somesing – STS9

10. Stonyridge Terrace – Ian Pooley

11. Clean the House – Fat Freddy’s Drop

11pm – midnight

12. Feel What You Want ft. Rebecca – Phonique

13. Only When I Lose Myself – Depeche Mode – Dan the Automator mix (Request)

14. It’s a Long Road – Funki Porcini

15. Sleepless feat Jezzabell Doran – Flume

16. HyperParadise – Hermitude

17. Á tout á’leure – Bibio

18. Big Questions Small Head -Tipper

19. Khalghi Stomp – Transglobal Underground

20. Empire – Hybrid

21. After 4AM – Long Arm

22. Lie Down in Darkness – Moby

23. Broken Together – Sofa Surfers

One Response to Afterglow 7/28
  1. Dave Reply

    So I’ve moved back to Michigan and I’m listening to the Impact again. I really missed this radio station, and I’m happy to have it back again. One of my favorite specialty shows has always been the afterglow. It always helped me wind down after a good weekend, and really did allow me to relax before a new workweek. I’ve now listened to the afterglow three times since being back, and I really love your music. You clearly have a grasp on what good music should sound like. My only complaint is that I find too much of it to be quite upbeat. Maybe its me just approaching 30 and getting curmudgeon-y, but I’d love to hear more relaxing, “downbeat” music again with your chill introductions of songs. I hope this doesn’t discourage you in any way, because you are doing a good job! I’ll be out of town the next two Sundays, but If I heard some John Coltrane – Naima for the August 18th show, I wouldn’t complain. I’ll look forward to hearing that next show. Thanks.

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