Summer Festival Folk & Electro Mix

Premiere DateJul 25, 2020
Categories Indie Music Rock
00:00 Mic Break
00:53 Dying to Believe The Beths
04:12 Out of Sight The Beths
07:44 Forecast of Rain Bob Mould
10:04 Grape St. PAINT
12:28 Mic Break
13:06 Apart DEHD
15:23 Red Eyes War On Drugs
20:11 Baby Missiles War On Drugs
23:28 Soft Blue Light TWINS
26:38 The Signal TWINS
30:28 Get Precious Yukon Blonde
33:29 Mic Break
34:00 I Could Use a Miracle Dent May
37:50 Dream About The Future The Apples In Stereo
41:59 Neighborhood Sugar And Gold
46:28 What Kind Of Lover Are You Sugar And Gold
50:05 On The Beach Mr. Ben & The Bens
52:52 Times to Tunnels Country Westerns
55:42 South Somewhere Else Nana Grizol
59:58 Mic Break
60:55 A New Muse Owen
65:52 Winnie Neko Case feat. Beth Ditto, Kelly Hogan & Nora O'Connor
69:39 In Spite Of All That Happened The Evening Rig
73:10 Rosanne Denison Witmer
78:29 I’m Taking Breakfast Time Chance Wiesner
83:33 In The Evening Pawns or Kings
89:01 The Chorus In The Underground Great Lake Swimmers
92:14 Truck Stop Coffee Reed Burnam
95:17 Doubtful Gregory & The Hawk
97:33 Mic Break
98:05 Bad Feeling Becca Mancari
100:25 PWR Grand Pax
103:49 darkness katie dey
106:49 never see otta
108:45 Wild Card Tatyana
112:02 Mic Break
112:31 July Was Mundane Lady Lamb
119:17 Root and Crown Young Jesus
122:06 Finish

The Listening Booth scratches your itch for summer festivals this week with a folk set featuring throwbacks from Neko Case and new banjo alt from the lkes of Pawns or Kings. Plus summer electro vibes with DEHD, Twins, and a pair of throwbacks form The War on Drugs. DJRePete also spins music before you can buy it from Bob Moses, dropping a new single. He also recaps an eventful Reddit AMA by Mike Kinsella of the band Owen. And Lady Lamb gets real on us with a light alt track telling it like it is in the states: July Was Mundane.

 

 

Host DJ RePete
DJRePete is obsessed with the way we discover music. Each week he kickstarts your Saturday with The Listening Booth with alternative, electronica, hip hop, rock, blues, jazz -- no genre is off limits! The mix is…

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