In The Den

Premiere DateFeb 22, 2012
Categories Media Talk Uncategorized
00:00 Dentro
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00:33 Latola says hello, friend...
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03:54 The News
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14:34 What it sounded like when Frankie Rose began her set at the Knitting Factory...
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14:42 Interstellar Frankie Rose
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17:58 Frankie Rose says thanks between songs...
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18:20 Post Frankie Rose wrap-up with DJ Wynn and Danielle outside Knitting Factory last night...
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25:40 Frankie Rose notices some jalapeno flavored potato chips on the stage between songs...
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25:57 Know Me Frankie Rose
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28:35 Frankie Rose banters before the encore...
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29:49 Candy Frankie Rose
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31:57 Frankie says goodbye, with the special splattered vinyl...
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32:21 Pondering Transition
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32:40 Wynn and Latola watch the Knicks and talk Jeremy Lin...
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40:18 Never Go Solo Islands
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45:00 Wynn and Latola watch the Knicks and talk Jeremy Lin...
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52:27 Ground Up (feat. Wiz Khalifa) Domo Genesis
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57:40 Kindred Burial
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69:03 Finish
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In The Den for Wednesday, a fresh edition of The News. Plus, banter with DJ Wynn and BTR intern Danielle about the Frankie Rose album release party at the Knitting Factory last night. Finally, a watching-the-Knicks conversation with DJ Wynn regarding Jeremy Lin…

(fresh Frankie vinyl oh shit!)

(“Interstellar” art)

Frankie Rose

Live:

02-21 – Knitting Factory in Brooklyn, NY
04-05 – North Star Bar in Philadelphia, PA
04-06 – Artisphere / Chickfactor 2012: For The Love of Pop! in Arlington, VA
04-07 – Golden West in Baltimore, MD
04-08 – Strange Matter in Richmond, VA
04-09 – Local 506  in Chapel Hill, NC
04-10 – 529 in Atlanta, GA
04-13 – Club Dada in Dallas, TX
04-14 – Red 7 in Austin, TX
04-16 – Rhythm Room in Phoenix, AZ
04-18 – Soda Bar in San Diego, CA
04-19 – The Satellite in Los Angeles, CA
04-20 – Crepe Place in Santa Cruz, CA
04-21 – Brick and Mortar Music Hall in San Francisco, CA
04-23 – East End in Portland, OR
04-24 – The Biltmore in Vancouver, BC

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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