NuMusic 64: Bedroom Walls, Apples In Stereo, Descendents, Mini Pop, Delorentos, Dan Le Sac, & Tobias Froberg


Playlist:
Bedroom Walls – Somewhere in Newhall
The Apples In Stereo – Energy
The Descendents – I Like Food
Mini Pop – The Way You Are
Delorentos – Any Other Way
Dan Le Sac – Thou Shalt Always Kill
Tobias Froberg – When The Night Turns Cold


6 Responses to “NuMusic 64: Bedroom Walls, Apples In Stereo, Descendents, Mini Pop, Delorentos, Dan Le Sac, & Tobias Froberg”

  • Zach Says:

    Hey good show as always. I was worried you guys were putting things on hold for a while, so I was glad to see a new episode up. I’m gonna e-mail you some bands you should play.

  • Christine Says:

    Another great show guys! I loved the Dan Le Sac track and the ramblings about the smells coming from your place, Mitch. I was listening to the show in class and I’m sure everyone thought I was crazy when I kept laughing outloud.
    On another subject, one of the older podcasts that I used to listen to a lot finally put out a new show after a year’s break, and I gotta tell ya, it was hard listening to it, because the main guys speaking just weren’t as fun or in sync with each other as you guys. thanks for producing such great stuff!! I hope your heads don’t become too big from that :-)

  • Rory Says:

    Hi there Mitch & Dan, thanks for the show, was surprised to see another one so soon, after 63. Really enjoyed Dan Le Sac. I must tell you though….I just bought The Mars Voltas’ “Deloused in the Comatorium” about a week ago after your numerous suggestions. I just cant get into it, however – I think I need to listen to it some more. It is highly complex, full of rock with an element of electronica. I am interested to know which of their albums is your favourite. Anyway I will persevere with it and I am sure it will make sense soon.

    Keep ‘em coming

    Later
    Rory

  • Martin Says:

    Hey guys.

    Must say I also enjoyed the Dan Le Sac track, I’m gonna have to check him out a little closer. And of course it’s always nice when you play Swedish music – I actually hadn’t heard Tobias Fröberg until I heard him now on your show. Thanks for that.

    Until next time… adieu.

  • Jamie Says:

    Hey, good music on this one. That Apples in Stereo song is really happy and fun. I liked the Delorentos song too. I’d heard the Dan Le Sac song on the radio before, but forgot the artist, so thanks for playing that.

    To Rory: “Deloused” is pretty hard to get into, but it’s a good album. You have to listen to it all at once, straight through. It just doesn’t sound as good if you only listen to a couple tracks. I personally enjoy Frances the Mute better (minus the 10 minute long guitar solos), but that’s just me.

    -Jamie

  • Rory Says:

    Jamie,

    You are absolutely right, I have listened to the entire album from top to bottom now since my last post and I am finally getting into it. It’s great, I particularly enjoy “Cicatriz ESP”. Next one to check out will be Frances the mute thanks for suggestion, i’ll keep you posted.

    I downloaded Tokyo Police Club’s Lesson in Crime over the weekend, great stuff – just too short, the entire album is about 25 minutes long, worth a listen though.

    Later
    Rory

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