Music For Listeners 01/13/2018
1) Beastie Boys-"Country Mike's Theme" From the CD 'Anthology: The Sounds of Science'.
2) I'm With Her-"Game To Lose" From the forthcoming album 'See You Around'.
3) Superorganism-"Everybody Wants To Be Famous" From the brand new digital single for "Everybody Wants To Be Famous".
4) Car Seat Headrest-"Nervous Young Inhumans" From the forthcoming album 'Twin Fantasy'.
5) Teleman-"Spectre" From the EP 'Funf'.
6) QTY-"Sad Poetic" From the brand new album 'QTY'.
7) The Radio Dept.-"Your True Name" From the brand new digital single for "Your True Name".
8) Hookworms-"Static Resistance" From the forthcoming album 'Microshift'.
9) tUnE-yArDs-"Heart Attack" From the forthcoming album 'I can feel you creep into my private life'.
10) Cosmo Sheldrake-"Egg and Soldiers" From the forthcoming album 'The Much Much How How & I'.
11) Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly.-"Always" From the forthcoming album 'Young Adult'.
12) Darling West-"Loneliness" From the forthcoming album 'While I Was Asleep'.
13) Margo Price-"Do Right By Me" From the album 'All-American Made'.
14) Eric Geyer-"Pretty Little Marathon" From the album 'You Never Get What You Want'.
15) The Breeders-"All Nerve" From the forthcoming album 'All Nerve'.
16) They Might Be Giants-"I Left My Body" From the forthcoming album 'I Like Fun'.
17) David Bowie-"Let's Dance (Demo)" From the brand new digital single for "Let's Dance (Demo)".
18) TC&I-"Scatter Me" From the brand new EP 'Great Aspirations'.
19) Salim Nourallah-"Boy in the Record Shop" From the brand new digital single for "Boy in the Record Shop".
20) Bob and Gene (feat. The Inversions)-"It's Not What You Know It's Who You Know" From the brand new vinyl 7" single for "It's Not What You Know It's Who You Know".
21) Ruby Velle and The Soulphonics-"Broken Woman" From the brand new digital single for "Broken Woman".
22) Sleepy Zuhoski-"Asleep for a Year" From the forthcoming album 'Better Haze'.
23) Pink Floyd-"Fat Old Sun (BBC September 1971)" From the compilation 'The Early Years - Volume 5: 1971: Reverber/ation'.
24) The Radio Set-"Gotta Crush On You (Peter Hook Extended Mix)" From the brand new digital single for "Gotta Crush On You".
25) Jah Wobble-"Chariot Sky" From the album 'Space Mountain - International Cosmic Arts Lab'.
26) Youth & Nick Walker-"Lotus Rhubarb (Colliding Sky Whale Dub)" From the forthcoming compilation album 'Music To Get High To - Remixes and Dubplates'.
27) Aurora Dawn (feat. Roger Eno)-"Three Letters" From the album 'Space Mountain - International Cosmic Arts Lab'.
28) "The Mid-Morning Recording" The Replacements-'Tim'
Earlier in the week, I received the news that San Antonio musician and actor Eric Geyer had passed away at the age of 44. I first met Eric in 1989 during high school. He went to a different high school than I did, but I would always come across him at UIL competitions. Whenever I saw his name in my group, I knew that he would most likely be going on to the next round, and I was in an uphill battle. Many years later, I ran into him at a party and we chatted about music. Eric and I butted heads through the years with his pure hatred for The Beatles, but we certainly agreed with each other on The Police and The Replacements. When I heard of his passing, I immediately thought of The Replacements. I'm pretty sure he felt more about this band than anyone I knew. I knew I had to play an album by them in his honor. Eric influenced many people in the singer/songwriter community of San Antonio by hosting an amazing open mic for many years. So many knew him for his passion for "real music". Music with heart, soul, and musicianship, instead of music that many would consider pretentious. Thanks to San Antonio musician and teacher Jason Trevino for the decision to play "Tim", and thanks to him for supplying the disc. Thanks to Eric for keeping me on my toes in conversation, and for in his own way, helping me to shake it up here on the left side of the dial. Rest in Peace Eric. "On and on and on and on. What side are you on?" Michael - MFL
29) James-"Sayonara" From the album 'Wah-Wah'.