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Sunday, August 15, 2010

(photo: David Garland)

New and not-yet-released music by some subtle song innovators, including Dark Dark Dark, The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger (Sean Lennon and Charlotte Kemp Muhl), William Brittelle, Kayo Dot, Deer Tick, and more. Host David Garland shares the riches.

Comments [5]

Dainis Bushmanis from from Riga, Latvia

Thanks, David! Pathetic songs as sunstroke! Coyote by Kayo Dot - maybe again album of the year?

Sep. 10 2010 01:37 PM
Will Stratton from Brooklyn, NY

David, the thrill never gets old hearing my music on your show alongside such wonderful musicians...thanks for introducing me to so many great new finds this week.

Aug. 20 2010 11:51 PM
annielenox from Boston

What a fabulous find, this music of Kemp Harris' and all the others. This is my pleasure and a lucky day for finding interesting and compelling music. I used to love finding new sounds. I have been reborn to an old passion.

Aug. 20 2010 06:18 PM
Kemp Harris from Cambridge, MA

David, thank you for including my song "Just The Other Day" in your broadcast. I was honored to be a part of such an eclectic collection of pieces. From folk, to mind Indie drone, to urban agitation, I loved the choices presented. Thanks again. Peace, Kemp

Aug. 17 2010 04:33 PM
David Garland from WNYC Studio

Here's the playlist, showing Artist - Song - Album

Dark Dark Dark - Something for Myself - Wild Go

The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger - The World Was Made for Men - iTunes

Georgia Seddon - Bird - unreleased

Careful - Turns Out - Oh, Light

William Brittelle - The Color of Rain - Television Landscape

Kemp Harris - Just the Other Day - unreleased

Kayo Dot - Calonyction Girl - Coyote

Deer Tick - Dear Friend - The Black Dirt Sessions

Marissa Nadler - Daisy, Where Did You Go? - unreleased

Will Stratton - Bluebells - New Vanguard Blues

James Blackshaw - excerpt - All is Falling

Aug. 15 2010 11:35 PM

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