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Sunday, October 14, 2007

Altrok Sunday: Falling Leaves Ain't Got Nothin' On Us

Every day, Altrok Radio puts on a newly picked batch of great new music and relevantly-salvaged classics in the kind of punky-new-wave-modern-rock-alterna-indie vein that your local alternative rock station forgot existed.

Want specifics? The bands for today (10/14/2007) are:

1990s A Place To Bury Strangers, About, Adam and the Ants, The Adored, Air Traffic, The Alphabetical Order, Arctic Monkeys, Art Brut Chris Barron, Beangrowers, Beck, Beep Beep, Bloc Party, Blur, Bow Wow Wow, David Bowie Cajun Dance Party, The Chemical Brothers, Cloud Cult, The Comsat Angels, Amy Cooper, Elvis Costello, Josie Cotton, The Cribs, The Cure, Cursive The Danse Society, The Delgados, The Descendents, Devo, David Dondero, Stephen 'Tin Tin' Duffy The English Beat, The Envy Corps The Faint, The Fall, The Fiery Furnaces The Glass, The Goodnight Loving, Grammatics, Grinderman Glen Hansard, Calvin Harris, Debbie Harry, The Hot Toddies, The Hours, The Housemartins IO Perry, Isa And The Filthy Tongues Joe Jackson, The Jam, The Joggers Tommy Keene, Kings Of Leon, The Koreans, Kraftwerk Late Of The Pier, Los Campesinos! Maps, John Moore, The Most Serene Republic, The Moths, Moving Units, Mr Derry, Mr. Fogg The Needles, New Order, New Young Pony Club Operator Please Graham Parker, Jack Penate, Persil, The Pigeon Detectives, The Plimsouls, Plus-Minus, Polyrock The Ramones, The Rapture, The Replacements, Reverend And The Makers, Josh Ritter, Rogue Wave, The Rumble Strips Saturna, Seedling, The She Beats, The Shins, Shut Your Eyes And You'll Burst Into Flames, The Singles, Christine Smith, Bruce Springsteen, St. Vincent, Stuck In The Sound, The Style Council Talking Heads, Tears For Fears, Test-Icicles, The The, They Might Be Giants, Those Dancing Days, Tiny Masters Of Today U2 Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons, The Vals, VHS or Beta We Are Scientists, The Weakerthans, Paul Weller & Graham Coxon, Paul Westerberg, Amy Winehouse Yello, The Young Knives {satellite-state}


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