In The Den

Premiere DateJul 18, 2011
Categories Media Talk
00:00 Den Intro Theme, and then Latola talks of yesterday's World Cup Final...
01:33 Eyes On The Prize Menahan Street Band
03:46 World Cup Transmisson 1
05:46 Fun With Interview Samples (feat. the Legendary DJ Mojo)
06:26 Ladies World Cup Transmisson 2
09:46 Ladies Know (Live Edit) Mux Mool
12:37 Ladies World Cup Transmisson 3
19:57 Girl Inform Me The Shins
22:15 Ladies World Cup Transmisson 4
31:42 The Sporting Life The Decemberists
36:20 Ladies World Cup Transmisson 5
42:06 Fun with Samples (feat. Jed, of My Teenage Stride)
42:56 Ladies World Cup Transmisson 6
45:55 Yes! Colourmusic
49:41 Ladies World Cup Transmisson 7
51:44 Violetta Antony & The Johnsons
52:20 Ladies World Cup Transmisson 8
53:25 Ladies Lee Fields & The Expressions
57:41 Ladies World Cup Transmisson 9
63:00 Going The Distance Menahan Street Band
65:30 Ladies World Cup Transmisson 10
69:29 I Lose Girls Names
73:07 Latola says goodbye (post game) (over Duck Duck Flow, by Leb Laze)
75:06 New Den Outro Theme
75:23 Finish
recorded in:

Episode 226…

(image taken from all-freewallpapers.blogspot.com)

…Latola and Wynn breaking down the World Cup Women’s Final, via a series of audio transmissions documenting the event (recorded as the game happened). Also, the premiere of a new In The Den segment,  called Fun With Interview Samples.”

(“Viking Funeral EP” art)

Mux Mool

(currently not touring that muxmoolery)


(“Picaresque” art)

The Decemberists

Live:

Jul 30 at the Newport Folk Festival in Newport, RI
Jul 31 at Mountain Park in Holyoke, MA
Aug 1 at Artpark in Lewiston, NY
Aug 3 at Telos Wireless Pavilion Charlottesville, VA

(image taken from the band’s blog)

Girls Names

(not currently touring, damn)

(“f monday orange february venus lunatic 1 or 13” art)

Colourmusic

(not currently touring, curses)

(Make The Road By Walking” art)

Menahan Street Band

(currently not on tour yall)

(self-explanatory)

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…

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