Monday, June 2, 2008

KCSC Playlist from XMU Student Exchange Show

Yesterday Chico State radio station KCSC provided another fine set of music to satellite station XMU's "The Student Exchange Show." Coming up next week is another repeat visitor to the show, college radio station KSLU (St. Louis University).

Here's KCSC's playlist:

XMU Student Exchange Show Playlist 06/01/08

Mates of State – The Re-arranger – Re-arrange Us
Tilly and the Wall – Jumbler – O
The Kills – Cheap and Cheerful – Midnight Boom
The Black Keys – I Got Mine – Attack & Release
Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin – You Could Write a Book – Pershing
A.A. Bondy– Rapture (Sweet Rapture) – American Hearts

Clare & the Reasons – Pluto – The Movie
The Jealous Girlfriends – Hieroglyphics – The Jealous Girlfriends
No Kids – For Halloween – Come Into My House
Joan of Arc – Insects Don't Eat Bananas – Boo! Human

Colin Meloy- Barbara Allen – Colin Meloy Sings Live!
Born Ruffians – Kurt Vonnegut – Red Yellow & Blue
Flight of the Conchords – Bowie – Flight of the Conchords
Islands – The Arm – Arm's Way

MGMT – Electric Feel – Oracular Spectacular
The Ting Tings – Great DJ – We Started Nothing
Does It Offend You, Yeah? – Battle Royale – You Have No Idea What You're Getting Yourself Into
Foals – Cassius – Antidotes
Cut Copy – Lights & Music – In Ghost Colours

Calling in Sick – Disco Sirens – Demo
Cary Brothers – Ride (Tiesto Remix) – Who You Are
Morgan Page – The Longest Road (Deadmau5 Remix) – Elevate
Braille – Counter Attack (ft. Theory Hazit and DJ Idull) – The IV Edition
James Pants – Good Things – Welcome

J-Live – The Upgrade ft. Oddisee & Posdanous – Then What Happened?
Dave Gahan – Kingdom (Digitalism Remix) – Hourglass Remixes
Neon Neon – Tricks for Treat (Hot Chip Remix) – Raquel

M83 – Couleurs – Saturdays = Youth

Coming up next Sunday, June 8th (1pm Pacific/4pm Eastern) is KSLU (St. Louis University) on XMU, channel 43. You can read an interview with KSLU's Music Director, in which she discusses a previous stint on XMU's Student Exchange Show, on the CMJ blog.

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