Bearcave Radio on Mon 5/24/10

I poop next to the potty.

Artist Title Album New
Frightened Rabbit Fast Blood The Midnight Organ Fight
Have Gun, Will Travel Wolf in Shepard's Clothes Postcards From The Friendly City
The Black Keys Everlasting Light Brothers
Tigers Jaw I Saw Water Tigers Jaw
Everyone, Everwhere Tiny Town Everyone, Everywhere
Built To Spill Aisle 13 There Is No Enemy
The Mynabirds We Made A Mountain What We Lose in the Fire We Gain in the Flood
Jens Lekman Sky Phenomenom Oh You're So Silent Jens
Josh Ritter Change of Time So Runs the World Away
Freelance Whales Generator ^ First Floor Weathervanes
The Golden Filter Solid Gold Golden Filter
The Bird and the Bee Heard It On The Radio Interpreting the Masters Volume 1: A Tribute to Daryl Hall and John Oates
The Smiths Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now Single
Dangerous Ponies When You're in Town Dr. Ponie Medicine Ponie
Happy Birthday Maxine the Teenage Eskimo Happy Birthday
Wilco I'm Always in Love Summerteeth
Pavement Stereo (Remastered) Quarantine the Past: The Best of Pavement
Kevin Devine Buried by the Buzz Split the Country, Split the Street
Wolf Parade Grounds for Divorce Apologies to the Queen Mary
Jónsi Around Us Go
Joe Strummer/Mescaleros Burnin' Streets Streetcore
The Tallest Man on Earth Thousand Ways The Wild Hunt
Beirut Forks and Knives (La Fete) The Flying Club Cup
Tigers Jaw Meet Me at the Corner Spirit Desire
It's a King Thing Old Hobbies Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo
Rainer Maria Catastrophe Catastrophe Keeps Us Together
The Extraordinaires The Warehouse Song Short Stories

Bearcave Radio

This program is not on the schedule.
Tuesday 11am-1pm
Thursday 12-2pm
Monday 9-11pm
Monday 9-11pm
Tuesday 1-3pm
One frosty morn Nick was born deep in a den... half man, half bear. Ostracized from the bear community and shunned from the humans, he wandered cold and all alone for years. As luck would have it, he nested down one winter in the bowels of the Creese student center, unaware that his new found den also housed a radio station. Asked by a scruffy looking man wearing flannel if he'd be interested in having a show, Nick gladly accepted, ecstatic that he had found a place that would take him in. After several feverish hours spent learning what music was and how to speak english, Bear Cave Radio was born.