Saturday, July 31, 2010

July 31, 2010 CHIRP Radio Playlist

This was my salute to The Big Takeover magazine, and it was a lot of fun of playing so many artists I associate with Big Takeover. I'm off next week and back on August 13, from 9AM to Noon (CDT) at

11:56AM Endless Boogie Tarmac City from Full House Head (No Quarter)

11:49AM Buzzcocks I Believe from A Different Kind of Tension/Parts 1-3 (IRS)

11:44AM The Swingin' Neckbreakers The Answer Is No from Shake Break! (Norton)

11:41AM Homeboy Sandman Table Cloth (featuring Fresh Daily) from The Good Sun (High Water Music)

11:37AM Mega City Four Grudge from Who Cares Wins (Decoy)

11:33AM Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti Bright Blue Lit Skies from Before Today (4AD)

11:29AM Gil-Scott Heron & Brian Jackson Johannesberg from From South Africa to South Carolina (TVT)

11:26AM The Kinks Afternoon Tea from Something Else (Essential)

11:20AM The Newtown Neurotics When The Oil Runs Out from The Punk Singles Collection (Anagram)

11:17AM Catherine Wheel Little Muscle from Happy Days (Fontana/Mercury)

11:14AM Mahjongg DeVry (with the Unauthorized Terrance Duke) from The Long Shadow of the Paper Tiger (K)

11:09AM Les Savy Fav Rome from Rome (Written Upside Down) (Frenchkiss)

11:06AM M.I.A. Meds and Feds from /\/\ /\ Y /\ (Interscope)

11:04AM Bad Religion No Control from No Control (Epitaph)

11:00AM Robert Forster It Ain't Easy from The Evangelist (Yep Roc)

10:57AM Y La Bamba Juniper from PDX Pop Now! 2010 (PDX Pop Now!)

10:53AM The Chameleons Mad Jack from Strange Times (Geffen)

10:47AM Wipers No One Wants An Alien from Over The Edge (Zeno)

10:43AM Guided By Voices Downed from The Best of Jill Hives (CD single) (Matador)

10:41AM Steve Mason I Let Her In from Boys Outside (Domino)

10:36AM Paul Collins' Beat Rock N Roll Girl from The Beat (Wounded Bird)

10:33AM Velcro Lewis Group Dog Catchin' Woman from White Magick Summer (Spiral Staircase)

10:29AM The Effigies Scarecrow from Reside (Criminal I.Q.)

10:24AM Sam Spence Ringo from Cloud Cuckooland (B-Music)

10:19AM Broken Social Scene Major Label Debut from Broken Social Scene (Arts & Crafts)

10:16AM Bee Gees Words from Horizontal (Reprise)

10:10AM The Chills Heavenly Pop Hit from Submarine Bells (Slash/Warner Brothers)

10:07AM The Decemberists We Both Go Down Together from Metro: The Official Bootleg Series, Vol. 1 (Metro Chicago)

10:04AM Leatherface Talking About a Revolution from Compact And Bijou (Roughneck)

10:01AM Emma Tricca Monday Morning Yawning from Minor White (B-Music)

9:58AM Corin Ashley Hill School 1978 from Songs From the Brill Bedroom (Murray Hill)

9:55AM Springhouse Eskimo from Land Falls (Caroline)

9:48AM Big Boi (featuring Janelle Monae) Be Still from Sir Luscious Left Foot...The Son of Chico Dusty (Def Jam)

9:44AM John Vanderslice Continuation from Pixel Revolt (Barsuk)

9:40AM For Against Shadow from Shelf Life (World Domination Enterprises)

9:34AM The Books All You Need Is a Wall from The Way Out (Temporary Residence, Ltd.)

9:32AM Smoking Popes Pure Imagination from Destination Failure (Capitol)

9:29AM The Hollies Charlie & Fred from Dear Eloise/King Midas In Reverse (Sundazed)

9:22AM The Witch Hazel Sound Ballad of Constance Money from The World, Then The Fireworks... (Hidden Agenda)

9:18AM Billy Bragg Greetings To The New Brunette from Talking With The Taxman About Poetry (Yep Roc)

9:14AM Male House of Ride from German For Shark (Other Electricities)

9:09AM Wovenhands The Threshingfloor from The Threshingfloor (Sounds Familyire)

9:06AM Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five Heebie Jeebies from The Essential Louis Armstrong (Columbia/Legacy)

9:03AM Chappaquiddick Skyline Everyone Else Is Evolving from Chappaquiddick Skyline (Sub Pop)


Chris C. Davis said...

Mike, I missed the show this morning. I was wondering if the shows are archived for future listening somewhere on the CHIRP website that I'm just not finding or if the only chance that you have to hear them is live?

Mike Bennett said...

Unfortunately, Chris, we aren't able to make archives/podcasts of shows available at this time due to music licensing issues. We're hoping this situation will change at some point, as it would benefit both listeners and the artists.