wcsh3.jpgOur weekly two hour show on SIRIUS/XM, channel 26 (SIRIUS), and channel 43 (XM), can now be heard twice, every Friday – Noon EST with an encore broadcast at Midnight EST. Below is this week’s playlist.

SIRIUS 100: Jean Michel Bernard – Generique Stephane ++ Neutral Milk Hotel – Glue (Gerbils cover) ++ Modern Skirts – Indiana Indian ++ Foreign Born – That Old Sun ++ Venice Is Sinking – Ryan’s Song ++ Red Red Meat – Rosewood, Stax, Volts And Glitter ++ Guided By Voices – Don’t Stop Now ++ The Drones – The Minotaur ++ The Strange Boys – Woe Is You And Me ++ Local Natives – Airplanes ++ Chad VanGaalen – Flower Gardens ++ Deerhunter – Little Kids ++ Grizzly Bear – Cheerleader ++ Dirty Projectors & David Byrne – Knotty Pine ++ Dump – When You Were Mine ++ Of Montreal – Faberge Falls For Shuggie ++ Amnion – Here Goes Nothing ++ Frankel – Anonymity Is The New Fame ++ Alex Chilton – Don’t Worry Baby ++ The Flaming Lips – The Spiderbite Song ++ The Deepest Blue – Somebody’s Girl ++ Sea-ders – Thanks A Lot ++ Sonic Youth – Thunderclap (For Bobby Pyn) ++ Pavement – Unseen Power of The Picket Fence ++ Yellow Fever – Donovan ++ The Glands – Livin’ Was Easy ++ Wilco – Car Can’t Escape ++ Ugly Cassanova – Hotcha Girls ++ TV On The Radio – Young Liars (Acoustic) ++ Five Eight – Suit of Sin ++ The Minutemen – History Lesson Pt 2 (acoustic) ++ The Minutemen – Felt Like A Gringo (acoustic) ++ Os Mutantes – Panis Et Circenes ++ Fiery Furnaces – The Philadelphia Grand Jury ++ Kelley Stoltz – Everything Begins ++ Shankar Jaikshan – Bombay Talkie ++ The Equals – Green Light ++ Circulatory System – Overjoyed ++ Talking Heads – Born Under Punches

*You can listen, for free, online with the SIRIUS three day trial — just submit an email address and they will send you a password.

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One Response to “SIRIUS/XM Radio :: Aquarium Drunkard Show”

  1. Hi, I wanted to make a request. I lived and went to school in Athens back in the early ’90s, and some of my best memories were of seeing Five Eight absolutely kill at their shows. How about a post that talks about their hard-to-find masterpieces “I Learned Shut Up” and “Weirdo” ? Even “Gasolina” has become somewhat rare. Anyway, a little attention paid to one of the best bands no one’s heard of would be a treat.

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