Twirl Radio Playlist – Show #532 – 1/28/2012

The Well Wishers – Escape The Light
Anton Barbeau – MTV Song
Maxi Dunn – You Took The Sunshine From My Heart
The Replacements – Attitude
The Taters – We Can Work It Out
Baby Scream – Bad Seed
Emily Zuzik Band – You Know When You Know
The Judybats – Convalescing In Spain
Blake Jones & The Trike Shop – Clever Things
Sarah Stanley – When I Lose My Heart
Colin Heppell – Poltergeist In High Heels
The Corner Laughers – The Commonest Manifesto
The Ks – A Couple Nights A Week
Duncan Faure – Where Is The Music
Bikeride – A Summer Song
Laurie Biagini – The Heart Of The Song
Glen Campbell – Wichita Lineman
Volary – That Girl
Throwback Suburbia – Caroline
Braam – St. Bank Of Cheyenne
Bud Rogers – Santa Monica Sunshine
Kate Burkart – Parallel Universe
Apple Rabbits – Queen Of The Suburbs
Spanic Boys – Keep On Walking
The Britannicas – Don’t Go Back
Ricky Berger – Silly Boy, Goodnight
Nirvana – Lounge Act
Skip Heller – Let’s Stay Home
Lindy LaFontaine – Sunday
Rob Swanson/Dennis Holseybrook – Rust

Twirl Radio Playlist – Show #531 – 1/21/2012

Belly – Red
Cult of Wedge – Domestic
Blake Jones & The Trike Shop – Here Comes The Bus
Ben Swidenbank – Girl (Leave That Animal Tonight)
Anton Barbeau – Doctor Don’t Chop My Knee Mama, Ouch Is Another Word
Maxi Dunn – Tangled Tree
Natalie Cortez & The Ultraviolets – Without You
Baby Scream – Powerpop Crush
The Scratch – Homely Crackle
Kat Jones – Those Expensive Eyes
The Clutter Family – Rendering Vat
Dead Heart Bloom – Sentimental Cures
Laurie Biagini – Rainy Day At The Beach
Foo Fighters – Big Me
The Big I Am – Collecting Skies
John York & Kim Fowley – Angels And Trucks
M.A.D.I.S.O.N. – Where Are You
Peter Mayer – The Marrying Kind
The Handcuffs – Miss You On Tuesday
Michael Slawter – Obvious
Vegas With Randolph – The Better Part
The Corner Laughers – For The Sake Of The Cat
The Jayhawks – She Walks In So Many Ways
Bud Rogers – Slave To Passion
Note To Self: Don’t Die – Hell
Throwback Suburbia – Give And Take
Lindy LaFontaine – Harmonics
Skip Heller – The Way I Feel
Sarah Stanley – Can’t Reach You
Tap – Next Time

Twirl Radio Playlist – Show #530 – 1/14/2012: Visit with Alex Cosper, radio/new media programmer!

Throwback Suburbia – Sinking Feeling
Bud Rogers – Caught In A Wheel
Skip Heller – Let’s Stay Home
Maxi Dunn – Make It Better
The Loud Family and Anton Barbeau – Total Mass Destruction
Joe Swidenbank – Different For Girls
The Scratch – Destroyed By The Look Of Love
Debora Iyall – Tell Me Why
Bill Mumy – I Owe A Little Money
Sal Valentino – Looking For You
Braam – Burlington Northern
Alex Cosper Interview
Tangent Sunset – Nature’s Lost Times
Emily Zuzik Band – Outside
Tangent Sunset – Dr. Demise
Laurie Biagini – The Invisible Guy
Blake Jones & The Trike Shop – Sun Up
The Taters – Queen of the USA
Lindy LaFontaine – This Too, In Time, Shall Pass
Vegas With Randolph – Supergirl

Twirl Radio Playlist – Show #529 – 1/7/2012: Anton Barbeau Interview!

Green Day – Burnout
Natalie Cortez and the Ultraviolets – New Year
Ben Swidenbank – Girl (Leave That Animal Tonight)
Maxi Dunn – Why Do I Want You?
The Corner Laughers – Shrine Of The Martyred Saint
Braam – Burlington Northern
Julian Cope – Try Try Try
Anton Barbeau Interview
Anton Barbeau – Love Is Onion
Anton Barbeau/Allyson Seconds – If I Could Bring You Trouble
Anton Barbeau – Queen Of Apples
Anton Barbeau – Boat Called Home
Michael Slawter – My Marion
Cult Of Wedge – Technology Cull
The Ks – A Couple Nights A Week
Baby Scream – Secret Place
Laurie Biagini – No Other Like You
The Big I Am – Banging On The Wall
Volary – Blackbird Fly
Bill Mumy – Take Us Home
John York and Kim Fowley – Angels And Trucks
The Handcuffs – Miss You On Tuesday
Skip Heller – The Man I Used To Be
Lindy LaFontaine – Alizee
Blake Jones & The Trike Shop – Clever Things
Bud Rogers – Caught In A Wheel
Starclub – Hard To Get

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