Bearcave Radio on Thu 10/14/10

Nick's sit in
& Nora's sit in
NICK & NORA's INFINITE PLAYLIST!!??? WHAT?

Artist Title Album Label New
Belle & Sebastian Write About Love Write About Love
Gold Motel Safe In LA Summer House
Department of Eages No One Does It Like you In Ear Park
Deerhunter Memory Boy Halcyon DIgest
Best Coast When I'm With You Crazy For You
Wavves King Of The Beach King Of The Beach
Modern Superstitions Visions Of You All The Things We've Been Told
Mystery Jets Flash a Hungry Smile Serotonin
Avi Buffalo Truth Sets in Avi Buffalo
Cold War Kids Saint John Robbers and Cowards
Eagles of Death Metal Speaking in Tonges Peace Love Death Metal
Death From Above 1979 Romantic Rights You're A Woman, I'm A Machine
Sleigh Bells Rill Rill Treats
Wilco Pot Kettle Black Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
Tokyo Police Club Breakneck Speed Champ
Paul Baribeau Falling In Love with Your Best Friend Grand Ledge
Madeline Betty Paige Kissing and Dancing
MeWithoutYou The fox, Theh crow and the cookie It's all Crazy! It's all False! It's All a Dream! It's Alright
Alarm Clark BordersBoundaries Where Do Thoughts Come From
Architecture in Helsinki The Cemetery In Case we Die
Best Friends Forever Eisenhower is the Father Romance Conflict Adventure
Alec Ounsworth South Philadelphia Mo Beaty
Captain Chaos I'll See You Tomorrow Nice and Friendly+ Captain Chaos Split
Band of Horses I Go to the Barn Because Everything All the Time
Defiance, Ohio Her Majesty's Midwestern Islands Midwestern Minutes
Eric Ayotte Wavin' Flag (cover) IYMI
Cold War Kids Mexican Dogs Loyalty To Loyalty
Matty Pop Chart Child of the Sea Everything Does Everything
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah Heavy Metal Clap Your Hands Say Yeah!
Toby Foster Speech Patterns On Moving and Standing Still
The National Terrible Love High Violet

Bearcave Radio

DJs: 
nick.tuttle
  • Tuesday 11am-1pm
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.
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