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Generationals
DJ Wynn digs up a Halloween mix that features Dead Man's Bones, Eternal Summers, Action Bronson, and Meyhem Lauren
Latola reads Missed Connections from Craigslist for the cities of Chicago, Portland, and New York. Also, RIP Eduard Khil (Trololo dude)
Summer is such a great time to find your new favorite song, and as the days get warmer and warmer, we've got to figure out who's in contention for 2012's favorite!  We've got lots of great candidates on the show today, so check it out and maybe you'll find your new go-to warm weather jam.  And, don't forget to find BTR on Facebook and Twitter.
March Madness With DJ Drew and music from Collie Buddz, OFF! and Math The Band
Subject - The New Inquiry Guest - Atossa Abrahamian Thinkers and writers of our generation face an unprecedented set of cultural realities. The growing supply of career academics has flooded the university job market, and 21st century technologies have thrown traditional media into crisis. Although the future of higher education and print remains obscure, these cultural sea changes have yielded one definite side effect: an abundance of young writers and thinkers resolved to pursue a public intellectual life for its own sake--a pursuit ordered and enabled by Internet technology. The New Inquiry is a space for discussion that aspires to enrich cultural and public life by putting all available resources--both digital and material--toward the promotion and exploration of ideas. 00:00 Book Talk Intro - Kory French 01:40 When They Fight, They Fight - The Generationals 04:55 Interview with Atossa Abrahamian Part 1 18:17 Girls - The Stumblebums 21:12 Going Lebron by Atossa Abrahamian - A reading by Kory French 26:38 Oh You, Oh Thing - Wolf Parade 32:22 Interview with Atossa Abrahamian Part 1 44:24 Say For Certain - The Generationals 48:25 Finish Web site: http://thenewinquiry.com/about Atossa Abrahamian The New Inquiry The Generationals The Stumblebums Wolf Parade

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