Episode 2: Redux

Filed under: Podcasts — queenkv October 27, 2005 @ 11:23 am

OK – and by request – here’s the my second podcast.

Listen to Episode 2.

I also got a note from the station manager at KYOU Radio in San Francisco:
“I just wanted to drop you a quick note to let you know that your show, Queenkv’s Oral Fixation – Episode 2, has been scheduled to run on KYOURADIO. We’ve put it in the lineup for this Thursday Oct 27th at 3:00 am (PT)

So you can listen to this podcast online or at 3:30 on 1550 KYCY-AM. Cheers!

*Playlist*

(Track – Artist – Album)

Let Go – Frou Fro – Garden State

Clark Gable – The Postal Service – Give Up [Bonus Track]

Drama – Entre Ríos – Onda

Review – Entre Ríos
The English translation of Entre Ríos is “between rivers?. This three-person band from Argentina sounds like the Postal Service getting high on sweet Latin pop. “Onda? (which translates into: Wave) is the third album released by Entre Ríos. It takes you on a pretty tinkling trip past electro-pop sound-scapes and over dreamy vocals (by lone female band member, Isol). Soulful vocals, combined with lyrics by Sebastián and sound engineering by Gabriel – makes these tracks (in Spanish) accessible and charming for English-speaking audiences. Other bands that come to mind: Grandaddy, Stereo Total, Call and Response and toss in some Saint Etienne. All tracks are catchy, sweet, possibly addictive.
(Darla Records)

Inocencias – Entre Ríos – Onda

Photobooth – Death Cab For Cutie
- best break-up song – ever

Duvet – Boa
- It’s the Theme Song to the anime, Serial Experiments: Lain

Superglow – Lessick
- I first saw them at the Werepad in SF

On the Floor – Mary Timony – Ex Hex
-Opened for Sleater-Kinney, last month – at the Henry Fonda Theater in LA

The Jim Yoshii Pile-Up – Review
It’s your standard indie rock album. The first few tracks are nearly formulaic compositions of sad and soulful lyrics, moody guitars and a touch of ironic attitude. On their website, the band describes the album as: “A eulogy set to a danceable beat.? According to a review on the All Music Guide – the band is named in honor of Jim Yoshii, a high school friend. The beginning of the album sounds like Death Cab for Cutie. By the fifth track, JYPU branches out into more complicated sounds ranging from rockin’ noise beats to tender orchestral harmonies.
(Absolutely Kosher Records)

A Toast To The Happy Couple – The Jim Yoshii Pile-Up – Picks Us Apart

Sometimes – My Bloody Valentine – Lost In Translation

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