Week of 06/28/17

Premiere DateJun 28, 2017
Categories Indie Music Rock
00:00 Mic Break
00:45 Okinawa Black Flamingos
03:25 La Mirada Black Flamingos
06:19 You Can Count On Me Los Straitjackets
08:20 March To Fuzz Mudhoney
10:05 Mic Break
10:35 El Toro Satan's Pilgrims
12:40 Shanghai Spy High Waisted
15:38 Nuclear Lover High Waisted
19:54 Guilt Tough Age
25:43 White Light Real Estate
28:47 Mic Break
29:13 14th of July Shout Out Louds
33:21 Jacket in July Still Flyin'
37:20 Love In July Sally Shapiro
40:36 Mic Break
40:59 Manzanita Will Stratton
44:38 This Is What We Do Will Stratton
47:59 4th Of July Mascott
50:18 Goodbye July/Margt að ugga Hjaltalín
55:25 4th of July Stephen Kellogg and the Sixers
60:06 Mic Break
60:35 Last 4th of July White Reaper
61:54 A Long July The Paper Champions
65:38 Goodbye July Tiny Animals
69:28 Fourth of July C. Gibbs
72:21 5th Of July Dogs On Acid
74:57 Mic Break
75:15 Trespassers Soulwax
79:05 Goodnight Transmission Soulwax
82:56 Fever Lou Canon
87:25 Holy Grounds Gangly
90:20 Mic Break
90:35 July Rain Ten Fé
95:51 July on the Sound JBM
102:03 July Youth Lagoon
106:40 Fourth Of July Sufjan Stevens
111:16 July Amy Petty
116:46 Mic Break
117:17 Parallel July Dinosaur Feathers
120:23 Finish

Inching you closer to the holiday weekend (stateside), this week’s Listening Booth features a getaway mix that’s chock full of summer vibes, including surfer inspired tunes from Asbury Park band Black Flamingos, throwbacks from Mudhoney and Satan’s Pilgrims, and the amazing that is Los Straightjackets. Also tune in for info and artists playing the Vida Festival in Barcelona this weekend as well as the upcoming Main Square Festival in France. And don’t miss new folk from Will Stratton, electro alt via Sally Shapiro, and trippy electro with Sufjan Stevens. Fact: hitting up DJRePete’s mix will get you 2 hours closer to your holiday weekend. Check it!

 

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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