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New music from one of my newer favorites, Bears Den on today’s show.

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Playing a bevvy of new ladies and jangley morning sounds including BRAND NEW tracks from MITSKI, BLOOD ORANGE, JONES, PRINCESS NOKIA and more non-capitalized bands and musicians. Tune in or catch it on the archive player! Today’s show is a good one!

2 cool upcoming shows:

  1. Thursday 7/28 @ Strange Matter: Frankie Cosmos, Warehouse & Big Baby
  2. Wednesday 8/10 @ Broadberry: Julie Ruin, PWR BTTM

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Big doings are happening for Richmond’s well loved Senator Tim Kaine.  Tim was instrumental in the creation of WRIR (Tim was City Mayor at time the station founders were seeking our FCC license), and Tim’s love of music is such that he could easily disc jockey a show here.  So with reference to Tim’s musical taste, and his Roman Catholic faith, tomorrow night’s Over the Edge of the Pop Narcotic will be  “catholic” in all of it’s meanings.   A night of great music, and Tim Kaine music related stories awaits.

(especially of a person’s tastes) including a wide variety of things; all-embracing.
synonyms: universal, diverse, diversified, wide, broad, broad-based, eclectic, liberal, latitudinarian; More
of the Roman Catholic faith.

Standing in for The Haberdasher tonight with a studio full of blues to share with you ….. lots of different styles for you to enjoy. As always, thanks for listening!

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It’s a sizzler today, but hopefully you’ll have enough energy left to at least do some toe-tappin’ along with today’s mix of Louisiana and related tunes. Grab a cold one (to stay hydrated, of course) and settle on back for today’s two-hour trip to the dance hall ….

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Welcome to the hottest day of the summer here in Richmond so far this year. Find someplace cool; find something cold to drink; and then put your feet up and relax with two hours the best Americana/roots rock/alt-country music around. It’s time for the Lost Music Saloon.

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If Music Could Talk – July 24, 2016

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Rank Artist Album Label
1 The Wimps The Wimps Bad Grrrl
2 Naked Pictures NUDES self-released
3 Nelly Kate Woodshedding self-released
4 Recluse Raccoon Horse self-released
5 Shy, Low Hiraeth Spartan
6 Dadmobile Haste Makes Waste self-released
7 Get In The Car Get In The Car self-released
8 Imaginary Sons Don’t Impress Me Bossy Lil’ Thing
9 The Avalanches Wildflower Astralwerks
10 Clair Morgan New Lions & the Not-Good Night EggHunt
11 Eskimeaux Year of the Rabbit Double Double Whammy
12 Various Artists The Rough Guide to Peru Rare Groove World Music Network
13 Sons of the Void Sons of the Void Sunrise Ocean Bender
14 Frankie Cosmos Next Thing Bayonet
15 BADBADNOTGOOD IV Innovative Leisure
16 Smoke Break Everything Is Wrong Bad Note
17 Joe Bataan Call My Name Vampisoul
18 Bacao Rhythm & Steel Band 55 Big Crown
19 Sara Watkins Young in All the Wrong Ways New West
20 Kristin Kontrol X-Communicate Sub Pop
21 PUP The Dream is Over SideOneDummy
22 Tanya Donelly Swan Song Series American Laundromat
23 William Tyler Modern Country Merge
24 The Julie Ruin Hit Reset Hardly Art
25 Mourn Ha, Ha, He. Captured Tracks
26 Spray Paint Feel the Clamps Goner
27 Steve Gunn Eyes on the Lines Matador
28 Honey Radar Blank Cartoon WYR?
29 Jay Som I Think You’re Alright b/w Rush Fat Possum
30 William Bell This Is Where I Live Stax

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