Thursday, January 5, 2012



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If you've been following Sonic Clash
you may know last night was my last show. 
It was one of my best decisions to be a part of the KUCI community,
to take that little leap and be able to share 
music with whomever would listen. 
Thank you to all who have been fans and showed their support.
It was awesome to connect with you all, from wherever you were, through music. 

I will, however, try to keep up with this blog and post 
what I'm digging at the moment in the music scene.
And who knows, I may not be able to restrain the itch and come 
back in the the future.
Until then, here is my playlist from last night. . . 
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//PLAYLIST 1.4.12\\
Black Heat - The Jungle - Black Heat

The War on Drugs - Come to the City - Slave Ambient

Apaslar - Gilgamis - Turkish Freakout: Psy Folk Singles 1969-1980

Tune-yards - Es-So - W H O K I L L



Adanowsky - J'aime tes genoux - Amador 
Young Magic - Sparkly - Single
Top Drawer - Song of a Sinner - For Your Own Chains: Heavy Psychedelic Ballads and Dirges 1968 - 1974

Thee Oh Sees - Opposition - Carrion Crawler  / The Dream 
            >>Mar 3 @ Pappy & Harriets, Pioneertown
Quilt - Lost & Lewd - Quilt
Girls - Honey Bunny - Father, Son, Holy Ghost
Serge Gainsbourg - New Delire - Les Anees Psychedeliques 1966-1971

Tom Ze - Vai (Meninha Amanha de Manha) - Studies of Tom Ze: Explaining Things So I Can Confuse You
Messy Sparkles - New Blessings - Back in Bizness 
Sandwitches - Over the Moon - Mrs. Jones' Cookies
The Ify Jerry Krusade - Nwantinti/ Die Die - The Worlds Ends: Afro Rock & Psychedelic in 1970s Nigeria 

Doldrums - I'm Homesick Sittin' Up Here In My Satellite - Empire Sound
The Fresh & Onlys - Summer of Love - Play it Strange
       >>Feb 23 @ The Echo
Youth Lagoon - Montana - The of Year Hibernation 
Dent May & His Magnificent Ukulele - The Good Feeling Music of Dent May & His Magnificent Ukulele
Holiday Shores - Shadie Spun Gold - New Masses for Squaw Peak

Dirty Beaches - Lords Knows Best - Badlands 
Gal Costa - Tuareg - Gal Costa (Cinema Olympia)

Orchestre Poly-Rhythmo - Pardon - Cotonou Club




1 comment:

  1. so proud to have followed you every step of the way! can't wait for you to come back to our radio lives and give us new tunes and connections!

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