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Pity Party Playlist – 7/2/2014


Pity Party Playlist – 7/2/2014 

Wow what a lovely night. Thanks to everyone who listened and called, and congrats to our Common Ground ticket winner! Here’s what you cried to tonight:

You Blew It! – There’s Nothing I Love More Than Baseball

Spraynard – I Care Not

Dikembe – Healer of the Pride

Wayne Szalinski – A Study In Perspective

The Front Bottoms – The Beers

Mates of State – Proofs

Flashlights – Sometimes It’s Hard to Speak

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Pity Party Playlist – 5/14/14

Pity Party Playlist – 5/14/14

Thanks for listening tonight! You will be missed as I spend the next 5 weeks adventuring through the Isles, but Kyle and Stacey will hold you tight during my absence. Here is what you heard:

Moving Mountains – Burn Pile

Annabel – The Age of Possibilities

Marietta – …so They Left Me At a Gas Station

Small Parks – Five Dollar Words

Ovlov – The Well

Mineral – WalkingToWinter

Adventures – Walking

Mansions – Climbers (request)

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Pity Party Playlist – 4/30/14

We had a super chillin’ time on tonight’s finals week Pity Party. Thanks for listening and requesting!

Here’s what you heard:

Everyone Everywhere – I Feel Exhausted

A Great Big Pile of Leaves – Bring Back Breakfast

Saves the Day – Don’t Know Why

Wavves – Poor Lenore (request for Marie)

Balance and Composure – Stonehands (acoustic)

You Blew It! – Regional Dialect (request for Julian)

Seahaven – Four-Eleven

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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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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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Mansions – City Don’t Care

Louisville, Kentucky’s Mansions seemingly can do no wrong, but being one of the hardest working bands in the industry doesn’t hurt. Releasing at least one album every year since its inception in 2007, Mansions has also been able to maintain an impressive tour schedule. Touring in support of bands such as Hellogoodbye, A Great Big Pile of Leaves, Look Mexico, The Honorary Title, and many more, they even got to open up for Taking Back Sunday during their Tell All Your Friends 10th Anniversary Tour. Their brand of lo-fi, fuzzy rock does an excellent job of being simple while putting forth a large sound. Check out the music video for their song “City Don’t Care” off their 2011 release Dig Up the Dead below.

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