Setlist 10/21/2011

I was once again joined in the studio today by Johnny J. of Mildly Psychotic. Be sure to check his show out Thursday mornings 7:15-9AM for some more excellent mic breaks and banter. I decided to make a change today: I’m now going to post the album titles with the tracks in the list. I decided to use { } marks instead of [ ] or ( ) – how often do you see people use that character? Here’s the setlist:

Tomas Kalnoky – Somewhere In The Between {acoustic}

Defeater – The Bite And Sting {Lost Ground EP}

Borgore – Guided Relaxation Dub {single}

Emperor X – Sig Alert {Western Teleport}

Graffiti6 – Stone In The Heart (Stripped) {Free EP}

Bruce Springsteen – Thunder Road {Live At Hammersmith Odeon 1975}

Arctic Monkeys – Still Take You Home {Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not}

Vampire Weekend – Horchata {Contra}

deadmau5 – Sofi Needs A Ladder {4×4=12}

Portugal. The Man – Share With Me The Sun {In The Mountain In The Cloud}

Dear And The Headlights – Oh No! {Small Steps, Heavy Hooves}

Cephalopods And Their Allies – Four On A Scale Of One To Ten {Robots About It EP}

The Number Twelve Looks Like You – Don’t Get Blood On My Prada Shoes {Put On Your Rosy Red Glasses

Radiohead – Faust Arp {In Rainbows}

Baroness – Jake Leg {Blue Record}

La Dispute – The Most Beautiful Bitter Fruit {Wildlife}

Touche Amore – Art Official {Parting The Sea Between Brightness And Me}

Love You Moon – Brown Shingle Berkeley {Waxwane}

Rx Bandits – 1980 {…And The Battle Begun}

Beirut – East Harlem {The Rip Tide}

The Offspring – Baghdad {Rock Against Bush Vol. 1 – compilation}

Morphine – Slow Numbers {The Night}

Circa Survive – Act Appalled {Juturna}

Queens Of The Stone Age – Regular John {Queens Of The Stone Age – reissue}

Mastodon – Curl Of The Burl {The Hunter}

Bright Eyes – Four Winds {Cassadaga}

The Mars Volta – Wax Simulacra {The Bedlam In Goliath}

The Front Bottoms – Maps {The Front Bottoms}


About Ryan Felder

My name is Ryan. I like music. On this blog, I post the setlists for my radio show, Art For Art's Sake, as well as reviews of the latest new independent music and a Song Of The Week, every week. You can listen to my radio show on 90.3 The Core, an independent student-run college radio station broadcasting from Rutgers University in Piscataway, New Jersey. My show runs Thursday nights from 12am-2am and streams live on the internet at View all posts by Ryan Felder

One response to “Setlist 10/21/2011

  • Stormin Norman

    SupRyan. Second post I’ve read. I ended up doing two of those things today and am listening to your show while commenting on your blog (which, incidentally, isn’t as ingenious an idea as I thought it would be because that means I have to wait to play the videos you’ve provided of the music on which you are commenting.) (<that) <That aside, it does give me time to appreciate the writing and the fact that you did, indeed, use this as a punctuation mark {}. Did you know that that's the parenthesis necessary to begin and end loops, if statements, and methods in Computer Science.
    public static void main String (args[]){
    boolean isfourhundred = false;

    System.out.println ("Pick a number");
    int n = IO.readInt();
    if (n <0 ) {
    System.out.println ("how negative");

    else if (n== 400) {
    System.out.println ("The only number.");
    isfourhundred = true;

    else if (n == 0){
    System.out.println ("No, you're a zero.");

    System.out.println ("muh.");

    } while (isfourhundred == false);

    System.out.println ("babies");

    so, this is a pretty long comment. Anyway, nice blogging, dude, and I'll see you back at the ranch.
    All the best,

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