In The Den

Premiere DateJun 13, 2012
Categories Media Talk Uncategorized
00:00 Dentro
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00:32 Latola says what the haps
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02:06 Raider Prayer SpaceGhostPurrp
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06:45 Latola talks to Thompson about his Bonnaroo 2012 adventure
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15:10 Let Me Be Him Hot Chip
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22:45 Latola talks to Thompson about his Bonnaroo 2012 adventure
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32:11 Twice The Life Dope Body
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36:27 Latola talks to Matt DeMello about his Bonnaroo 2012 adventure
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47:32 Lady tUnE-yArDs, ?uestlove, Angelique Kidjo & Akua Naru
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52:45 Latola talks to Matt DeMello about his Bonnaroo 2012 adventure
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60:10 Barbacoa Guantanamo Baywatch
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63:20 Latola says goodbye
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67:37 Osiris of the East SpaceGhostPurrp
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71:00 Finish
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Latola talks to Thompson (host of Geek Out & Anatomy of a Blogger) and Matt DeMello (co-editorial director & host of Third Eye Weekly) about their adventures at Bonnaroo 2012 last weekend. Plus, a bunch of new music, as always…

(“Mysterious Ponk” art)

SpaceGhostPurrp

Live:

7.16.12. at Slim’s in San Francisco, CA
7.17.12 at Echoplex in Los Angeles, CA

(“In Our Heads” art)

Hot Chip

Live:

6.24.12 at Yebisu Garden Hall in Tokyo, Japan
6.26.12 at Avalon in Singapore, Singapore
7.2.12. at Magnolia in Milan, Italy
7.5.12 at Super Rock in Meco, Meco
7.6.12 at Chateau de Beauregard, in Normandy, France
7.7.12. at La Cite De La Musiqe in Paris, France
7.13.12 at First Avenue in Minneapolis, MN
7.14.12 at Union Park in Chicago, IL
7.15.12. at Sound Academy in Toronto, ON

(“Natural History” art)

Dope Body

Live:

6.14.12 @ Public Assembly (Brooklyn, NY)
6.15.12 @ Cake Shop (New York, NY) w/ Room Runner, Guardian Alien, Zulus, & Lushes
6.15.12 @ 18 Java st 2nd floor (Brooklyn, NY) w/ Picture Plane, DJ Dog Dick, Mykki Blanco, Dysgenix, Shams
6.22.12 @ Empty Bottle (Chicago, IL)
9.07.12 @ Hopscotch Festival (Raleigh, NC)

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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