By Sarah on January 14, 2012
I got through a four hour show without once mentioning the fact that it was Friday the Thirteenth. You can thank me later. Next week, I’ll be back to my normal-sized two hour show, nothing to worry about. Four hours of me is a lot to take. 11:54 PM John Aler & Gino Quilico Les […]
Posted in Radio Playlists | Tagged 16 horsepower, a hawk and a hacksaw, apex manor, april smith and the great picture show, bell x1, booker t. jones, brandi carlile, brown bird, carissa's wierd, cat power, chris connelly, cloud control, coconut records, darkness falls, dave douglas, dayna kurtz, doomtree, fleet foxes, gino quilico, girlyman, guided by voices, ha ha tonka, herculaneum, jacaszek, jason adasiewicz's sun rooms, jc brooks & the uptown sound, john aler, kathleen edwards, lawrence arabia, little ben & the cheers, los campesinos!, low, luke roberts, mar caribe, marissa nadler, mavis staples, mumford & sons, nada surf, nicole mitchell, rainer maria, ray davies, roisin murphy, rufus wainwright, sandro perri, save the clocktower, sea lions, sigur ros, sloan, the avett brothers, the benny goodman quartet, the darcys, the get up kids, the mighty imperials, the milk carton kids, tiger bones, whitehorse
By Sarah on April 20, 2010
It goes without saying that the sold out crowd at Lincoln Hall absolutely loved Fanfarlo, the London-based indie rock quintet. Their album Reservoir was one of my favorites of 2009, so I was glad to get the chance to see them live, finally.