Wednesday, October 12, 2005

The Daytime Loop (Wed)

Peppermint Lounge, ETC and LocalBarBoy play at Historia Bar tonite from 9pm. That's at Goldhill Plaza, just diagonally opposite Novena Square. So here's the music....

    1. The Decemberists - The Engine Driver (4:17)
    2. Under Attack - Ikut Hati, Sendiri Mati (1:25)
    3. Mew - Special (3:13)
    4. Boredpucks - 1-2-1 (3:22)
    5. Edan - Rock and Roll Ft. Dagha (3:16)
    6. Force Vomit - Last Nite I Said Goodbye (4:14)
    7. Nightmare Of You - The Days Go By Oh So Slow (3:46)
    8. Ila Mitra - Our Revolution (3:51)
    9. The Book Of Lists - Pacifist Revolt (5:03)
    10. Astreal - Snowflake (7:01)
    11. The National - Murder Me Rachael (live) (3:36)
    12. Shamejoannshame - Excuse Me Are You A Despatch Rider? (4:50)
    13. Wolf Parade - This Heart's On Fire (3:59)
    14. Serenaide - Furry Animal Fury (4:51)
    15. Maxïmo Park - Apply Some Pressure (3:20)
    16. The Lilac Saints - Claudia (5:05)
    17. TV on the Radio - Staring at the Sun (3:27)
    18. the moderates - anthem for the assholes (3:09)
    19. Broken Social Scene - 7/4 (Shoreline) (4:55)
    20. phorous - she's a star (4:13)
    21. Sleater-Kinney - Modern Girl (3:01)
    22. Wooden Wand and the Vanishing Voice - I am the One I am and He is the Caretaker of My Heart (4:44)
    23. Disko Bisquit - Underneath - [everywear Mix] (4:55)
    24. Metric - Poster Of A Girl (4:44)
    25. Pit Er Pat - 3D Message (4:38)
    26. Art Brut - My Little Brother (2:23)
    27. B-Quartet - Table 62 (6:11)
    28. The Avalanches - Frontier Psychiatrist (4:47)
    29. Bunny Shoes - This Is My FUCK YOU! (1:14)
    30. Editors - Fingers In The Factories (4:14)
    31. Subways - Rock and Roll Queen (2:51)
    32. One Man Nation - Cynicism Killed The Idealist (3:08)
    33. The Arcade Fire - Rebellion (Lies) (5:10)
    34. Stompin' Ground - Divided We Fall (3:01)
    35. The New Pornographers - Sing Me Spanish Techno (4:16)
    36. The Wastas - Rocky Mountain Hole (4:00)
    37. the death of cinema - musiq musiq (4:09)
    38. Brendan Benson - Got No Secrets (3:22)
    39. The Marilyns - Melodi Buat Anakku (3:46)
    40. Bloc Party - Two More Years (4:24)
    41. My Squared Circle - chicken song (3:07)
    42. Kate Bush - King Of The Mountain (4:44)
    43. Devendra Banhart - Support Our Troops (Xiu Xiu cover) (2:30)
    44. The Vinyl Summer - Bad Monkey (3:18)
    45. Destroyer - The Sublimation Hour (4:12)
    46. Camra - All Our Remedies (5:58)
    47. Spoon - The Beast And Dragon, Adored (4:18)
    48. Subtle Revenge - Subtle Revenge - Grief (2:49)
    49. Arctic Monkeys - I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor (2:50)
    50. Band Of Slaves - Another Cold War (3:39)
    51. Xiu Xiu - Mousey Toy (3:29)
    52. Interpol - Take You On A Cruise (4:54)
    53. The Observatory - Olives (4:15)
    54. Client - Pornography (4:07)
    55. Tiramisu - Mr Fantesticles (4:13)
    56. Raveonettes, The - Somewhere In Texas (4:26)
    57. Dappled Cities Fly - My Head's Queen Ant (3:39)
    58. The Cribs - Hey Scenesters! (3:11)
    59. Pat Chng - Teenage Kicks (Hideout 25Jun05) (1:51)
    60. the love experiment - promagrenade (5:32)
    61. The Paddingtons - Panic Attack (3:34)
    62. My Precious - Dark Light (1:07)
    63. Moods - In My Life (live) (2:00)
    64. Furniture - Chasing Tipperary (3:52)
    65. Dresden Dolls - Missed Me (4:53)
    66. Bird Brains - Bird Brains (1:23)
    67. Ambulance LTD - Yoga Means Union (4:54)
    68. Comrade Dave - Beach Song (3:22)
    69. Immortal Technique - The Poverty of Philosophy (6:15)

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