Dissociative Identity on Wed 3/13/13

Spring is on it's way and no group is more excited than Dissociative Identity Productions. Ok, maybe that is an exaggeration. Regardless, today's session of Dissociative Identity will feature some brand new music, but of course. The more special/interesting aspect, however, is that we will be having a live performance from a Philly local with a whole lot of street love, Vlad. Originally born and raised in Haiti, Vlad brings passion into his decrypt guitar through bleeding emotional relevance and embracing metaphysical awe. It's going to get a little out of your head so be sure to tune into Dissociative Identity from 6-7 pm every week and get excited for April as we move from a one hour show to a two hour one (sorry BoerLore...). Tune in and thanks for your attention.


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Artist Title Album Label New
Girls Name Pittura Infamante The New Life
This Town Needs Guns Cat Fantastic 13.0.0.0.0
Ty Segall & Mikal Cronin I Wear Black Reverse Shark Attack
Tyvek Say Yeah On Triple Beams
Unknown Mortal Orchestra Monki II
The Babies Slow Walkin Our House on the Hill
Yo La Tengo I'll Be Around Fade
A Place to Bury Strangers You Are The One Worship
mewithoutYou East Enders Wives Ten Stories
El Ten Eleven Yellow Bridges Transitions
Indian Handcrafts Worm In My Stomach Civil Disobedience for Losers
Liars Annual Moon Words WIXIW
The Evens Sooner Or Later The Odds
Micachu & The Shapes Holiday Never
Fang Island Dooney Rock Major
Twin Shadow Patent Confess

Dissociative Identity

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Cliff.DI
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If your high school band was a clone of Cap'n Jazz and the only movie soundtrack you own is Friday Night Lights, Dissociative Identity is for you. Tune in for all that is math, lo-fi, garage, indie rock, and post-hardcore, with Dissociative Identity on WKDU Philadelphia, 91.7 fm.
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