Our weekly two hour show on SIRIUS/XMU, channel 35, can be heard twice every Friday – Noon EST with an encore broadcast at Midnight EST.

Tune in today as Scott, AD contributor and Surfing On Steam, guest hosts with me.

SIRIUS 252: Jean Michel Bernard – Generique Stephane ++ Lush – Breeze ++ The Vivids – Totally Sober ++ Savages – Husbands ++ Cat Power – Ruin ++ Spiritualized – Run ++ Dungen – Festival ++ Simple Minds – Up on the Catwalk ++ Moose – Suzanne ++ The Three O’ Clock – Jetfighter ++ My Bloody Valentine – Feed Me with Your Kiss ++ Unrest – Suki ++ Serena Maneesh – Drive Me Home the Lonely Nights ++ The Besnard Lakes – On Bedford and Grand ++ Belong – Perfect Life ++ The Chameleons – Up the Down Escalator ++ Girls – Morning Light ++ Frankie Rose – Daylight Sky ++ The Olivia Tremor Control – The Opera House ++ DIIV – Human ++ Stereolab – Ping Pong ++ Medicine – Time Baby 2 ++ Lilys – Baby’s a Dealer ++ A Place to Bury Strangers – Mind Control ++ Unknown Mortal Orchestra – I’ll Come Back 4 U ++ Love & Rockets – Motorcycle ++ Slowdive – Morningrise ++ Motorama – Letter Home ++ Violens – Der Microarc ++ Siouxsie and the Banshees – Green Fingers ++ Broadcast – Where Youth and Laughter Go ++ The Zombies – Care of Cell 44 ++ Holograms – Monolith ++ The Orwells – Mallrats

*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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3 Responses to “SIRIUS/XMU :: Aquarium Drunkard Show (Noon EST, Channel 35)”

  1. good show!

  2. Ohhh, sweet Moose. Brings me back to the early 90’s when shoegaze was The Scene that Celebrates Itself and bands like Moose, Boo Radleys, Ride and Revolver were putting out devastating singles or eps daily. I’ve been looking for a replacement copy of the Sunny and Sam ep for a while. “This River Never Will Run Dry” is such a great song.

  3. jet fighter man – great choice! their cover of sorry is wonderful too. great site, gonna check out the show. thanks!

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