Dapper Fitting Drinking Hour

Premiere DateMay 5, 2011
Categories Media Music
00:00 Delta Juliet Latola
01:50 Eyes Be Closed Washed Out
06:35 Godless City, Part Two Old Bricks
07:18 Believer John Maus
11:24 Sleep Talk Shannon and the Clams
14:14 Night Ride Reeling The Curious Mystery
18:38 Yegenet Muziqa Getatchew Mekurya
23:08 Business Time Flight of the Conchords
27:11 Blisland To Cry Chapter 24
30:20 Delta Juliet Latola
31:23 Cog Eternal Summers
33:03 That's What People Told Me Frankie Rose and The Outs
32:59 Expectation Tame Impala
41:24 Sweet 17 Dirty Beaches
44:47 Gedawo Ayalew Mesfin & Black Lion Band
48:48 Made Gonjasufi
54:28 Cobwebs Dozens
59:06 Delta Juliet Latola
61:01 Saints Are Waiting Railcars
63:49 Finish

(official “Innerpspeaker” art)

Tame Impala


Jun 17th at Festsaal Kreuzberg in Berlin, Germany
Jun 18th at Southside Festival in Neuhausen ob Eck, Baden-Würt, Germany
Jun 19th at Hurricane Festival in Scheessel, Germany
Jun 20th at Gebaeude 9 in Cologne, Germany
Jun 22nd at The Round House in London, UK
Jun 26nd at Tivoli De Helling in Utrecht, Netherlands

Getatchew Mekurya

(official “We Must Become The Pitiliess Censors Of Ourselves” art)

John Maus


05-07 – RISD in Providence, RI
05-09 – Glasslands in Brooklyn, NY
05-13 – The Echo in Los Angeles, CA
06-18 – Brick And Mortar Music Hall in San Francisco, CA
06-20 – Doug Fir in Portland, OR
06-21 – Chop Suey in Seattle, WA
06-24 – 7th St Entry in Minneapolis, MN
06-25 – Empty Bottle in Chicago, IL
06-26 – Magic Stick in Detroit, MI
06-30 – Great Scott in Boston, MA
07-03 – Making Time @ Voyeur in Philadelphia, PA
07-05 – Black Cat Backstage in Washington, DC
07-06 – The Earl in Atlanta, GA
07-07 – Bottletree in Birmingham, AL
07-08 – One Eyed Jacks in New Orleans, LA
07-09 – Mohawk Inside in Austin, TX
07-12 – Casbah in San Diego CA
07-13 – Detroit Bar in Costa Mesa, CA

(official “Chapter 24” EP art)

Chapter 24


Jun 14 at White Heat w/ Kellies @ Madame Jojos in London, UK
Jun 25 at No Being Weird @ The Victoria in London, UK

Host Latola
Latola's first on-air gig was in 4th grade, doing the morning announcements. By 5th grade he'd decided he wanted to be a radio DJ -- radio DJs didn't have to pay for albums or concert tickets, and as any money he…