Manchester Orchestra

Pity Party Playlist – 4/23/2014

Pity Party Playlist – 4/23/2014

Glocca Morra – Kaspar Hauser Lied

The Sidekicks – Peacock

Reggie and the Full Effect – Congratulations Smack + Kay

Boys Night Out – Waking

Special Explosion – every shade of green

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Pity Party Playlist – 4/16/14

Pity Party Playlist – 4/16/14

Quicksand – Dine Alone

Into It. Over It. – Spatial Exploration

The Menzingers – In Remission

Caves – Rubino

Secret Grief – Hayford

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Sit or Spin 4/6/14

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Sit or Spin was delightful tonight with the fellas, Michael, Daniel, Steven, and Sean – y’all da best! Learning everyone’s preferred DJ names was definitely a highlight. Also, a huge thank you to ALL of our listeners especially Mike Bebe; killed it with that Twitter game!

Repeat Pleasure – How To Dress Well : spin

Feather Tongue – Lyla Foy : sit

Ring The Bell – White Hinterland : sit

Glory – Wye Oak : spin

Play Dumb – The Crookes : sit

Colour Fields – Elbow : sit

Girl Harbor – Manchester Orchestra : spin

Don’t Come Back – Tony Molina : spin

Don’t Wanna Die – Jesus Sons : spin

Valley of Tears – Pure X : sit

Mr. Tom – Videoing : sit

Consequences – Small Black : spin

A Little God in Our Hands – Swans : sit (must find radio edit!!)

Algiers – The Afghan Whigs : spin

Toreador – Band of Skulls : spin

 

Pity Party – 3/16/14

Thanks for being so nice to me tonight! You might be sad, but you are very kind. Here you go:

Mineral – Palisade

Annabel – Young American

Taking Back Sunday – A Decade Under The Influence

The Sidekicks – Grace

Tigers Jaw – Hum

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Andy Hull, Jesse Lacey, and Kevin Devine – Jesus Christ

What happens when Andy Hull (of Manchester Orchestra), Jesse Lacey (of Brand New), and Kevin Devine get three acoustic guitars, sit down in a bar in Long Island, NY in front of under a hundred people, and play music with no real direction in mind? The answer is a lot of craziness, forgetting lyrics, making fun of each other, and, of course, artistry. Artistry exemplified by an impromptu folk cover of Brand New’s popular song “Jesus Christ.” Check out some footage of that song below. Read More…

Manchester Orchestra – Tony the Tiger

Despite their name, heavy rockers Manchester Orchestra are not from the UK. Hailing from Atlanta, the band started making music their senior year of high school in 2004. The son of a preacher, brainchild Andy Hull writes deep, soulful rock with a lick of southern flair. And then there’s that voice; nasally, crackly, and a little whiny, but in none of the ways that you’re thinking. Keep a look out for Andy Hull’s tweets as the band is currently recording their fourth album. If you’re digging this, be sure to listen to Andy Hull’s side project with Kevin Devine called Bad Books. Check out the song “Tony the Tiger” off their 2009 release Mean Everything To Nothing below. Read More…

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