In The Den

Premiere DateMar 5, 2012
Categories Media Talk Uncategorized
00:00 Dentro
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00:31 Latola says hello, friend (whilst "Thousand" feat. Carl Stone by Radicalfashion plays in the background)
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01:59 Palaver with Rob Sacher, former owner of Luna Lounge, Sanctuary and Mission
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09:58 NYC Interpol
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14:14 Palaver with Rob Sacher, former owner of Luna Lounge, Sanctuary and Mission
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24:26 NYC Burial
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32:00 Palaver with Rob Sacher, former owner of Luna Lounge, Sanctuary and Mission
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39:44 New York Friends Averkiou
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44:15 Ears You Can Trust (with DJ Patrick K)
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50:08 Zappa Dreams Scott Deada
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52:06 No Heaven Scott Deada
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54:34 Ears You Can Trust (with DJ Patrick K)
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54:54 Latola says goodbye, friend (whilst a portion of "Tema de Christina" by Faux Pas loops in the background)
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57:27 Say Hell To The Angels Interpol
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61:56 Finish
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Today, a conversation with Rob Sacher, who has smashing stories and things to say about his days running Sanctuary (81-86), Mission (88-93) and Luna Lounge (95-08) in New York City

In fact, Rob recently self-published a book about it – buy it here ya’ll

Plus


A fresh installment of Ears You Can Trust, with DJ Patrick K, breaking down music from


(“Turn On The Bright Lights” art)

Interpol

no shows planned

(“Street Halo” EP art)

Burial

Live:

maybe one day

(“Throwing Sparks” art)

Averkiou

Live:

no shows planned

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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