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Fense’s Radio Show: February 17, 2012

I fixed my tail light. It was a simple matter of checking the fuses, noting that the 8A fuse was blown, and swapping it out. Still having issues with the front indicator and running light, but thanks to the good folk at BMW 2002 FAQ, I should have it figured out in the near future. On to the show.

Tonight’s show was all about current favorites. I played a few tracks discovered within the last week, and several that have been in heavy rotation on my personal playlist of late.

“No Death” by Mirel Wagner off Mirel Wagner
“She Belongs To Me” by Ólöf Arnalds off Ólöf Sings
“Share” by Meg Baird off Seasons Of The Earth

“Top Of The Hill” by Conduits off Conduits
“These Are The Eyes” by Bodies Of Water off Ears Will Pop & Eyes Will Blink
“The Jessica Numbers” by The New Pornographers off Twin Cinema

“Love Like A River” by Girls off Father, Son, Holy Ghost
“What Never Comes” by Crooked Fingers off Forfeit/Fortune
“Idle Hands” by The Gutter Twins off Saturnalia

“Sick” by The Twilight Sad off No One Can Ever Know
“Waves” by The Twilight Singers off Dynamite Steps

“Roosevelt Island” by Eleanor Friedberger off Last Summer
“Dour Percentage” by Of Montreal off Paralytic Stalks

“If You Choose To Stay” by Webelos off Shadow Seasons
“We Can Do What We Want To” by The Blank Tapes off Home Away From Home
“When You’re Dancing” by Bourgeois Heroes off Olé/Hola

“I Saw A Ghost (Lean)” by The Black Lips off Good Bad Not Evil
“Spray Paint” by Harlem off Hippies
“Catamaran” by Allah-Las off Catamaran 7″

“Burned” by Royal Baths off Better Luck Next Life
“Thin Reminder” by The Mantles off The Mantles

“Funeral Song” by Minks off By The Hedge
“Pretender” by Black Marble off Weight Against The Door
“You Should Close The Door” by Craft Spells off The Fog Rose High

“Malkaus” by The Panthers off Pakistan: Folk and Pop Instrumentals 1966-1976
“(I’ve Got) Trouble In Mind” by The Limiñanas off (I’ve Got) Trouble In Mind 7″

“Remember” by Windy & Carl off We Will Always Be

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