Episode 12 / Inauguration Day

Premiere DateJan 20, 2017
Categories Indie Music Rock
00:00 SubInev on BTR / intro
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01:40 “Warpaint” Beach Slang
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04:14 “That Ain’t No Life To Me” Deerhoof
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06:05 “Nife Fight” Coachwhips
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07:51 “Whole World Is Watching” Akron/Family
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13:02 “Fight or Flight” Golly
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16:38 “Modern War” The Adventures of the Silver Spaceman
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19:54 SubInev on BTR
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21:00 “American Horror” Speedy Ortiz
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24:27 “Canada Vs. America” Broken Social Scene
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30:33 “Devastation Celebration” And The Kids
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33:35 “Mall of America” Desaparecidos
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36:15 “the Walls” The Thermals
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38:27 SubInev on BTR
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38:55 “Fight” Hot Tears
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41:58 “Hide Your Kin” Kino Kimono
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44:35 “On A Ladder Leading Nowhere” Absofacto
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48:44 “Careful” Suuns
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55:26 “Young Rebels” TW Walsh
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58:22 “Last War” Haley Bonar
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62:18 SubInev on BTR
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63:58 “Hard Times, Go!” Beat Radio
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67:44 “Warrior” The Child of Lov - domino
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72:04 “I Hope This Whole Thing Didn’t Frighten You” the Hold Steady
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76:01 “America” Fear Of Men
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80:17 “Human” Weaves
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83:57 SubInev on BTR
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85:12 “Mayday” Flying Pace
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91:16 “When Things Fall Apart” Augustines
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95:39 “Stand Your Ground” Exploded View
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99:28 “Woman” Bob Mould
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105:48 “War Paint” Ex Hex
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109:41 “Faulty Times” Black Mountain
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118:13 SubInev on BTR
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119:06 ”My Rights" Pill
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122:15 SubInev on BTR / outro
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122:21 FINISH
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For this Inauguration Day episode of The Subliminal Inevitable Show, we’re doing things a little differently once again. We revisit some of the record labels covered in recent episodes, with two back-to-back tracks throughout the episode. This episode’s intro/music bed track is “War Sux” by Mmoss.

Bryan has been blogging about, photographing, and making music for the better part of two decades. As a Senior Video Producer on the BTRtv video team, he works closely with artists, labels, and the music industry…

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