In The Den

Premiere DateDec 26, 2011
Categories Media Talk
00:00 Intro
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00:28 Latola says hello, friend…
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01:51 Conversation with White Birds, outside Pianos NYC
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06:48 Bee Hive White Birds
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10:16 Conversation with White Birds, outside Pianos NYC
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15:59 Floating Hands White Birds
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18:37 Conversation with White Birds, outside Pianos NYC
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22:05 Veins Lined With Rust White Birds
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25:13 Conversation with White Birds, outside Pianos NYC
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29:09 Hondora White Birds
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31:44 Conversation with White Birds, outside Pianos NYC
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35:05 Camaraderie At Arms Length The Caretaker
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39:50 Libet's Delay The Caretaker
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43:25 Latola says goodbye, friend…
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45:20 County Line Cass McCombs
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51:00 The Shrine/An Argument Fleet Foxes
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59:07 Finish
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Continuing my recap of 2011 In The Den, we’ll be checking out an encore of my first interview with White Birds. I recorded this beast after the band’s set at Pianos in New York City, back in the Fall.

I love this palaver…

(“White Birds” EP art)

White Birds

Live:

Jan 30 at Glasslands in Brooklyn, NY
Feb 3 at Kung Fu Necktie in Philadelphia, PA



(“Helplessness Blues” art)

Fleet Foxes

Live:

Jan 2 at Sydney Opera House in Sydney, Australia
Jan 3 at Sydney Opera House in Sydney, Australia
Jan 4 at Sydney Opera House in Sydney, Australia
Jan 6 at Palais Theatre in Melbourne, Australia
Jan 7 at Southbound Music Festival in Busselton, Australia
Jan 8 at Southbound Music Festival in Busselton, Australia
Jan 10 at The Tivoli in Queensland, Australia
Jan 11 at The Tivoli in Queensland, Australia

(“An Empty Bliss Beyond This World” art)

The Caretaker

Live:

No shows, probably ever. If this dude ever plays live, I can’t even fathom what it would entail.



(“Wit’s End” art)

Cass McCombs

Live:

Dec 31 at Boston Public Library in Boston, MA

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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