The Music Digest for October 19 / with Pop Can Records + DWY

Premiere DateOct 19, 2020
Categories Indie Music Rock
00:00 Sponsor + intro
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01:51 “Illegales” Jarina De Marco, Dylan Brady
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04:19 // Pop Can Records / Sound the Alarm: Patrick Morrissey + Jesse Schuster
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12:54 “American Pie” Ill Peach
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15:41 // Pop Can Records / Sound the Alarm: DWY
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21:29 “Black Boy” DWY
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24:50 // mic break
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25:37 “If You Want It” Benjamin Lazar Davis
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30:01 “Worry” Sleeping Loops
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32:40 “Suited” Coco Reilly
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36:01 “Second Sight” Buck Meek
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39:55 “Take Your Time” Pearl Charles
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43:37 “Erik” Flowers
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45:53 // mic break
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47:12 “Unsolicited Advice” Mise En Scene
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50:39 “YOURE SO COOL” Grey Factor
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56:12 “Stay There” Mourn
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58:47 “Mossblerd” Bartees Strange
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60:14 “Molecules” EX OH
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62:37 “BREATHE (feat. Jerusalem in My Heart)” SUUNS
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65:08 // outro
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67:13 // end.
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In this episode, we take a look at Sound The Alarm, Vol. 1: Louder Feelingsa compilation album of political, social justice & protest songs out October 21 from the new LA-based label/collective Pop Can Records. We’ll hear three tracks from the release – including a premiere of the Ill Peach track that opens the album, and speak with label founders/artists Patrick Morrissey and Jesse Schuster, as well as DWY, whose song “Black Boy” was one of the first singles released from the collection. 

Beyond that, we’ve got new singles and album tracks from Benjamin Lazar Davis, Sleeping Loops, Coco Reilly, Buck Meek, Pearl Charles, Flowers, Mise En Scene, Grey Factor, Mourn, Bartees Strange, EX OH, and Suuns.

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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