Disco Roto

¡DISCO ROTO! Revs Up & Gets Out

Thursday, March 27

Tonight’s themes? Departures and graveyards. We’ll balance out the grim with new (localish) sounds from Carla Bozulich, tUnE-yArDs, +/- along with Quantic, Polar Bear and wha? even a little polka.

Playlist 3.20.14

The Who “Leaving Here” Who’s Missing (MCA)
The Men “Get Out” This Way (Border Music)
Quilt “Tired & Buttered” Held In Splendor (Mexican Summer)
Luna “Time To Quit” Lunapark (Elektra)
The Memories “I’m Not Going to Work Tomorrow” Love is the Law (Burger Records)

+/- {Plus/Minus} “Jumping the Tracks” Jumping the Tracks (Teen Beat)
Notwist “From One Wrong Place” Close to the Glass (Sub Pop)
Hurray For The Riff Raff “The Body Electric” Small Town Heroes (ATO) 4/22 @ the Independent, SF
Angel Olsen “Hi-Five” Burn Your Fire For No Witness (Jagjaguwar)
Withered Hand “Heart Heart” New Gods (Slumberland)

tUnE-yArDs “Water Fountain” Nikki Nack (4AD) @ Fillmore 6/6
Sylvan Esso “Play It Right” Sylvan Esso (Partisan)
Raymond Scott/Go Home Productions “Cindy Byrdsong” Raymond Scott Rewired (Basta)
Guy Klucevsek “Peek-A-Boo Polka” Polka Dots And Laser Beams Starkland)
Big Maybelle “One Monkey Don’t Stop No Show” The Oxford American: Southern Music CD (Oxford American)
Quantic “La Plata [feat. Nidia Góngora]” Magnetica (TRU THOUGHTS)
Juana Molina “Bicho Auto” Wed 21 (Crammed Discs) 4/24 @ The Independent
Beny Moré “Obsesion” Benny Moré, Vol. 1 (MNR Media)

Hundred Waters “Down From the Rafters” (Soundcloud)
Polar Bear “Maliana” In Each And Every One (The Leaf Label)
Jambinai “Gam-gin noon wee-ro bi-choo-neun bul-bit” Differance
John Cale “Thoughtless Kind” Seducing Down The Door: A Collection (Rhino)
Marc Ribot & Deerhoof “Who Sleeps Only Dreams” 7″ available on RECORD STORE DAY 4/19

Carla Bozulich “Aint No Grave” Boy (Constellation)
Fisk Jubilee Singers “Ain’t No Grave Gonna Hold My Body Down” The Oxford American: Southern Music CD (Oxford American)
The Wytches “Gravedweller” (Heavenly)
Screamin’ Jay Hawkins “Whistlin’ Past The Graveyard” New Coat Of Paint: Songs Of Tom Waits (Manifesto)
Joanna Gruesome “Graveyard” Weird Sister (Slumberland)


Stay tuned next week, we’ll have live “Instasongs” from SF punk + pop duo Happy Fangs!

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