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This show seems to have also become a MFL tradition.
The last broadcast of the year features some of our favorite
tunes released in 2012, followed by Michael's favorite album
of the year as the 'Mid-Morning Recording'!!! 'Happy 2013 everyone!!!'
First broadcast - December 29, 2012
|Can You Say Christmas? IX
Michael and Orly return for a ninth year
in a row with a broadcast of new and classic songs of
holiday cheer! Followed by Orlando's favorite album of
the year as the 'Mid-Morning Recording'!!!
'Let's make this Christmas mean something, this year.
First broadcast - December 22, 2012
The fortieth installment of "The 180" features
San Antonio rockers Education. They released one of the best
EP's of 2012, and played for us at the Flat Top in March.
Philip Bowman, lead singer and song writer for the band sits
in with Michael to program and guest host a show on his day off.
First broadcast - December 15, 2012
For more info, direct yourself to December 2012 on The 180 microsite here
|A special five hour broadcast to honor
Fax Records founder Pete Namlook
To honor of one of the most influential electronic
composers of any time, Michael has enlisted
KRTU alumni Jeffery Smith to co-host
and program a marathon five hour broadcast
featuring only music released by the
famed FAX record label. A record label founded by
Pete Namlook, who passed away in November.
We didn't even scratch the surface of Namlook's
output in this five hour special broadcast.
First broadcast - December 8, 2012
The thirty-ninth installment of "The 180" features the solo project
of Jonathan Clancy known as His Clancyness.
He has already taken part in one episode of The 180
with his other project A Classic Education. It will be
exciting to hear more tunes picked out by His Clancyness.
First broadcast - November 24, 2012
For more info, direct yourself to November 2012 on The 180 microsite here
| - Interview
Michael catches up with Cambridge, England's
Alt-J ∆ on their first tour across America.
We talk of influences and their debut
Mercury Prize winning album.
Recorded at Josabi's - Helotes, TX
October 12, 2012
First broadcast - November 10, 2012
The thirty-eighth installment of "The 180"
features Austin's Love Inks.
Three hours of music picked out
by Sherry of the Austin trio.
First broadcast - October 27, 2012
For more info, direct yourself to October 2012 on The 180 microsite here
Another annual broadcast of Peel Sessions.
In honor of the late BBC broadcaster John Peel.
Three hours of Peel Sessions featuring a special
First Broadcast - October 13, 2012
The thirty-seventh installment of "The 180"
features Houston garage rockers Young Mammals.
Long time friends of the show take over
for their own three hours of programming.
Some of it is loud, and some of it is pretty trippy.
First broadcast - September 29, 2012
For more info, direct yourself to September 2012 on The 180 microsite here
In honor of the great 4AD band returning to
Texas for the first time in sixteen years, MFL plays three
plus hours of their music featuring album cuts, live cuts,
and some rarities as well.
First broadcast - September 8, 2012
The thirty-sixth installment of "The 180"
will feature San Antonio singer/songwriter,
drummer, and art designer Chuck Kerr.
You've most likely seen his work as the front cover
designer at the SA Current. You've most
likely heard him perform somewhere about
town, as he performs with many musical offerings
including his own project, Bad Breaks.
We're excited to hear his selections.
First broadcast - August 25, 2012
Rebroadcast - September 1, 2012
For more info, direct yourself to August 2012 on The 180 microsite here
|Chad Valley - Complete Flat Top Burger Shop Set
The first of some selections from our unofficial daytime
parties of 2012 at Flat Top Burger Shop
Recorded during SXSW 2012 - Austin, TX
First Broadcast - August 18, 2012
The thirty-fifth installment of "The 180" features Rory Attwell.
Not only is he the creative force behind the band Warm Brains,
but he is making his mark as a sought after producer and engineer.
He brings us a varied and dynamic broadcast including some
interviews with friends, Let's Wrestle, The Proper Ornaments, and others.
First broadcast - July 28, 2012
For more info, direct yourself to July 2012 on The 180 microsite here
| - Interview and surprise Root Beer taste test
MFL talks with The Cribs for the fourth time.
This time with all the Jarman brothers in tow.
Since we found out that they really like American frosty
goodness, we brought along some rooty
surprises for the brothers to try.
Recorded - June 12, 2012
First broadcast - July 14, 2012
The thirty-fourth installment of "The 180"
features the amazing Moshi Moshi Records act
The Wave Pictures. David Tattersall, the lead vocalist
of the band, has picked out three hours of
eclectic music for us listeners, and even
programmed an interview with Darren Hayman
for the broadcast.
First broadcast - June 30, 2012
For more info, direct yourself to June 2012 on The 180 microsite here
The thirty-third installment of "The 180" will feature
Dallas' own Salim Nourallah.
The talented singer, songwriter, producer
will bring his own three hours of programming
to the San Antonio airwaves!
First broadcast - May 26, 2012
For more info, direct yourself to May 2012 on The 180 microsite here
The thirty-second installment
of "The 180" features the young ultra-pop
group The Wonder Villains. All the way from Northern
Ireland, and fresh from their performance
at SXSW, they are bringing us three
hours of music picked especially for the listeners
First broadcast - April 28, 2012
For more info, direct yourself to April 2012 on The 180 microsite here
|Record Store Day 2012
In honor of Record Store Day 2012, MFL presents a show
of music highlighting some of our favorite releases
coming out on Saturday April 21, 2012 at your local record store.
Go buy some rare stuff, support local businesses and great music!!!
April 21, 2012
The thirty-first installment
of "The 180" features record producer
Gordon Raphael. He's produced The Strokes,
Regina Spektor, and San Antonio's own Education;
just to name a few. He's excited to put together
three hours of radio for you! We're excited to hear
what he is bringing.
First broadcast - March 31, 2012
For more info, direct yourself to March 2012 on The 180 microsite here
at SXSW 2012
Music For Listeners presents our annual broadcast
featuring three hours of music from our favorite artists playing
this year's SXSW! There are so many great bands
this year, you'll have to listen in to hear how many
artists we can pack into only three hours!
First broadcast - March 17, 2012
The thirtieth installment of "The 180"
180.30 features the Bristol UK duo My Two Toms.
A lovely folk duo that writes some great downhome ditties.
We are certain that it will be a downhome experience for all the listeners.
First broadcast - February 25, 2012
For more info, direct yourself to February 2012 on The 180 microsite here
The twenty-ninth installment of "The 180"
180.29 features Norwegian techno-rockers Casiokids
After chasing them down for a couple of years, Red
House Party alumni Casiokids kick off the new year
with three hours of music at their discretion
First broadcast - January 28, 2012
For more info, direct yourself to January 2012 on The 180 microsite here
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