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Monday, November 24, 2008

Altrok Radio Music Update #215

Firstly, the important stuff:

Altrok Radio is at

Please remember to tune in whenever you can - every hour you listen turns into more visibility for the station; we show up higher in search listings, and such like that. And if you'd like to help us keep the stream running, check out the advertisers if they appeal to you; your interest actually helps fund us.

And in the interest of keeping you interested...we've got songs to let you know about.

This week, our Grinders (the stuff we play heavily) include music from:

- Johnny Foreigner
- Kings Of Leon
- Chairlift
- Vivian Girls
- The Ting Tings
- Friendly Fires

Plus we've got newly-added music:

- The Baseball Project - Past Time
- Bubblegum Lemonade - Penny Fountain
- Crystal Stilts - Prismatic Room
- Digitalism - Taken Away (Streetlab mix remix rmx edit re-edit)
- Franz Ferdinand - Ulysses
- Golden Silvers - Magic Touch
- The Killers - Joy Ride
- Los Campesinos! - You'll Need Those Fingers For Crossing
- My Brightest Diamond - Tainted Love
- The Pigeon Detectives - Everybody Wants Me
- Pull In Emergency - In Silence
- The Sea And Cake - Car Alarm
- Marnie Stern - Ruler
- The Whispertown 2000 - Done With Love

Our Newly-Added Classics:

- The Bangles - The Real World
- The Beloved - Sweet Harmony
- Lloyd Cole - Down On Mission Street
- The Farm - All Together Now
- Lord John - Things That Have Been
- Payola$ - Eyes Of A Stranger
- R.E.M. - Carnival Of Sorts (Box Cars)
- The Railway Children - Brighter
- The Seers - Psych Out - Single

And don't forget the R/SYN Underground night, every Saturday at the Corner Tavern in New Brunswick, where Drew and IronMike keep you dancing with the most advanced playlist this side of the Atlantic (and where, occasionally, yours truly might show up and spin a coupla tracks...ya never know.)

This week, they're doing a Thanksgiving Eve Pre-dysfunctional Family Gathering on (naturally) Wednesday there's that, too.

- Sean Carolan
Altrok Radio
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