Image from KSLU Website
St. Louis University radio station KSLU made another appearance on satellite radio station XMU's "Student Exchange Program" yesterday.
Although KSLU is a cable and Internet-only station now, according to its website, "...radio at Saint Louis University began in 1920 with the establishment of the first radio station west of the Mississippi River, WEW. WEW was a faculty-run, religious radio station. Then in 1949 the communications department established KBIL, a student-run station operating as a carrier current facility broadcasting to a small radius around campus...the call letters KSLU were established in 1983..."
Coming up next Sunday, August 3rd (4pm Eastern/1pm Pacific) on XMU's "Student Exchange" will be DJ Adam Dexter from American University station WVAU. If you want a preview of what he'll be playing on the show, take a look at Adam's writeup on Dexter's Lab.
Here's KSLU's playlist from yesterday's show on XMU:
KSLU - Saint Louis University
XMU "Student Exchange Program" Playlist
July 27, 2008
No Age–Ripped Jeans–Nouns
White Denim–Don’t Look That Way At It–Daytrotter Session
The Black Lips–Step Right Up–Good Bad Not Evil
Dark Meat–One More Trip–Universal Indians
Mika Miko–Where The Sidewalk Ends-666
Japanther–See Evil–Skuffed My Huffy
Clinic–The Witch–Do It!
The Pretty Things–Honey I Need–The Pretty Things
Black Mountain–Evil Ways–In The Future
The Blue & The Gray–Don’t Send Me No Flowers–Lost Souls Volume 1
The Black Hollies–Paisley Pattern Ground–Casting Shadows
The Kingsmen–Little Latin Lupe Lu–The Best Of The Kingsmen
The Talking Heads–And She Was–Stop Making Sense
Wolf Parade–California Dreamer–At Mount Zoomer
Pattern Is Movement–Right Away–All Together Now
Asobi Seksu–Pink Cloud Tracing Paper–Citrus
Celebration–Evergreen–The Modern Tribe
French Kicks–Over The World–Swimming
The M’s–Tryin’ To Keep My Feet In–Real Close Ones
Spiritualized–The Waves Crash In–Songs In A & E
Deer Tick–Ashamed–War Elephant
Maps & Atlases–Songs For Ghosts To Haunt To–Tree, Swallows, Houses
Ecstatic Sunchine–Beetle–Freckle Wars
Abe Vigoda–Dead City Waste Wilderness–Skeleton
Born Ruffians–I’m One Of Those Girls–Born Ruffians EP
Envelopes–Smoke In The Desert Eating The Sand Hiding In The Grass–Here Comes The Wind
Les Savy Fav–Hold Onto Your Genre–Inches
Parts & Labor–Fractured Skies–Mapmaker
So Many Dynamos–We Vibrate We Do–Flashlights
Man Man–Easy Eats Or Dirty Doctor Galapagos–Rabbit Habbits
Fire Engines–Meat Whiplash–Hungry Beat
My Morning Jacket–Highly Suspicious–Evil Urges
These are some massive sets of music, with only a few mic breaks. Do you play sets this long without back announcing at your station?
Come to think of it, does set length even matter on satellite radio since the playlist appears on the listener's tuner?