EPISODE 54 kicks off with a poncho wearing instrumental from OPEZ, and before it closes out with a newish jam from Ty Segall, you'll hear new stuff from Waxahatchee, Lord Huron, Faith Healer and Mute Forest; some not as new stuff from Barna Howard, HIllfolk Noir, and Julie Arsenault; and… some other great stuff (14 tracks in total / as per usual).
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EPISODE 054 - TRACK LISTING w/ LINKS
(00:00:26) OPEZ - Carlos Primero | (00:04:46) Lord Huron - The World Ender | (00:09:17) Allah-Las - Every Girl | (00:12:35) Waxahatchee - Bonfire | (00:16:50) Mute Forest - Volcanoes Flowing | (00:21:49) Grandpa Was A Lion - Mobile Alabama Blues | (00:24:40) Hillfolk Noir - Ruben's Glasses | (00:27:05) Kaleo - Broken Bones | (00:30:56) Barna Howard - Tinker Creek | (00:35:02) INDIAN WARS - That's The Way It Goes | (00:37:20) Julie Arsenault - In My Head | (00:40:45) Faith Healer - Acid | (00:44:48) Smooth Hound Smith - Get Low | (00:49:35) Ty Segall - Mr. Face
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