playlist 7.26.11- KRAUTROCK + fleet foxes giveaway

This week’s theme was krautrock, which is an experimental music genre that originated in Germany in the late ’60s and early ’70s. Artists including Neu!, Can, and Faust laid the groundwork for later variations on this far-reaching genre, which can still be felt today (Deerhunter, Wilco, Tortoise). So, think new-wave, space rock, psychedelic, synth, ambient, post-punk, electronica, post-rock.

STEREOLAB french disko

JOY DIVISION love will tear us apart- john peel sessions 

CRYSTAL CASTLES FEAT ROBERT SMITH not in love

NEW ORDER age of consent- power corruption and lies

SAINT ETIENNE only love can break your heart [inexplicably obsessed with this song/ ’90s tastic vid lately… a most unexpected Neil Young cover]

THE RADIO DEPT pulling our weight- passive aggressive

DEERHUNTER desire lies- halycon digest

LITTLE DRAGON ritual union-ritual union [streaming on NPR fyi]

FUJIYA AND MIYAGI ankle injuries [cool domino vid!]

CAN paperhouse- tagomago

TANGERINE DREAM stratosphere- stratosphere

NEU! hallogallo- neu! [fun fact: “hallogallo” is german slang for “wild partying”]

WILCO spiders (kidsmoke)- a ghost is born [“Hallogallo” and “Spiders (Kidsmoke)” sound freakishly similar… Jeff Tweedy, I’ve figured out your influences!]

STEREOLAB fluorescents- fluorescents [ep]

i’m okay, i feel good, i can breathe, feel my soul…

FAUST its a rainy day (sunshine girl)

THE FALL psycho mafia- live from the witch trials

CAN spoon

FLEET FOXES mykonos- sun giant ep
congrats andrea!! lucky winner of fleet foxes tickets at the greek theater (80 dollar value, wow!)

CULTS go outside- cults

BOWERY ELECTRIC lushlife- lushlife

TENNIS seafarer- cape dory

MOBY natural blues- play

WASHED OUT before- within and without

TORTOISE its all around you- its all around you

STEREOLAB chemical cords- chemical cords

Screen shot  from EXCELLENT BBC 4 documentary: “Krautrock: The Rebirth of Germany.”
TUESDAYS 4-6PM ON KSCU 103.3FM

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