Playlist for Sunday, August 26th, 1-2pm

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The Airfields – The Turning of the Leaves

The Flints – Laugh With Me

Tapes N’ Tapes – Insistor

Voxtrot – Trouble

October Sky – Hit the Ground

AA Soundsystem – I Don’t Get You At All

Les Breastfeeders – Tout Va Pour Le Mieux Dans Le Pire Des Mondes

The Golden Dogs – 1985

Ladyhawk – The Dugout

The Bella Bombs – Doubt

Eden Ants – Bones

Franz Ferdinand – Outsiders

Bloc Party – Kreuzberg

The Flaming Lips – The Yeah Yeah Yeah Song

Sunday, August 26th, 1-2pm

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Once again, I will be hosting 1 hour of music this Sunday. Any comments or requests you know the drill. Hopefully this time I will have my playlist up the same day. Have a great weekend everyone!

Playlist for August 19th

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Sorry for the lateness, I’ve been working full time for 6 days straight!! Here it is:

Wax Mannequin – You And All Your Friends

Emily Haines & The Soft Skeleton – The Bank

Interpol – Pioneer to the Falls

Stars – Your Ex Lover Is Dead (Final Fantasy)

The Rosebuds – Night of the Furies

Immaculate Machine – Old Flame

Raising the Fawn – Roma/Amor

Spoon – The Ghost of You Lingers

Yeah Yeah Yeahs – Isis

LCD Soundsystem – Someone Great

The Rusian Futurists – Let’s Get Ready To Crumble

We All Have Hooks For Hands – Hold On, C’mon

Autopilot – Galeico

The Aliens – Robot Man

Sunday, August 19th, 1-2pm

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I will be rolling music from 1-2pm again this coming Sunday. For any requests you can either leave your comments here or call me on-air at 416-946-7000 on Sunday.

Playlist for August 12th, 1-2pm

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The Swallows – Darkly Bright

Immaculate Machine – Jarhand

Ghost House – We Run of Chorus

Yeah Yeah Yeahs – Down Boy

Eden Ants – Wear Off of Me

Shiny Toy Guns – Le Disko

MBP – Feel Nice

Los Campesinos – We Throw Parties, You Throw Knives

Interpol – The Heinrich Maneuver

Art Brut – Direct Hit

Sonic Avenues – Off the Ground

As the Poets Affirm – Awake/Chaos

Blonde Redhead – 23

The Bravery – This Is Not the End

The Parkas – You & What Army

Wax Mannequin – Robots, Master & Lady

Playlist For August 7th, 12-2pm

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Parlour Steps – Only Mystery

Two Hours Traffic – Nighthawks

The Russian Futurists – Let’s Get Ready to Crumble

Sonic Avenues – Off the Ground

The Assistants – White

Ketch Harbour Wolves – Maple Wine

Metric – Soft Rock Star (Remix)

Stars – Calendar Girl (Young Galaxy Remix)

Museum Pieces – On Deck

The Rural Alberta Advantage – Sleep All Day

Lightning Dust – Listened On

Ghost House – We Run of Chorus

A History Of – Great Banks

The Reason – Unquestionable

Raising The Fawn – River of Gold

Shitdisco – Reactor Party

Akido – Dancing in Chains

Andre Ethier – Honeymoon

The Amber Room – Corridors

Modernboys Moderngirls – The Lies I’ve Told

Blonde Redhead – 23

BoyKillBoy – Suzie

Shapes + Sizes  – Alone/Alive

Tin Cup Prophette – Liar and a Thief

Interpol – The Heinrich Maneuver

The Winks – Slumber Party

Modest Mouse – Little Motel

Bishop Allen – Busted Heart

Love and Mathematics – Remember to Masticate

The Pixies – Debaser

More Maximo Park…

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Got back from the Maximo Park on July 14th and I must say my first reaction was slight dissappointment, not with the band who were in top form, but with the crowd.

Monsters Are Waiting started off their set around 8pm. I don’t know much about them but they had some great tunes and their lead singer is just mesmerizing. Response was mediocre at best, typical of the blasé MOD Club crowd. I wasn’t in a better mood myself, a combination of being late and not finding the t-shirt I wanted (yes I’m one of those geeks who ocasionally buys merch at shows…shhh), not to mention confused as to why The Oohlas weren’t playing. Nevertheless I enjoyed their set.

After some soundchecks, Maximo Park came on at 9pm – a band on time, now that’s unusual. The crowd went wild….at first. They started off with Grafitti, a hit from their first record A Certain Trigger. Paul Smith is an incredible frontman, he was jumping across the stage throughout the set, and of course his signature move wasn’t missing either. I think I could sense a bit of surprise from him at the audience’s lack of dancing and singalongs, not to mention I noticed a lot of people around me were clapping before the songs even ended. Hopefully that will change with the new record since I already hear it getting a bit of well deserved airplay. A highlight for me was that they played Going Missing, and Paul told us that was the very first time they played the song outside the UK.

Overall a great musical performance, they should not be missed!

Maximo Park

Maximo Park