Music for Pseudo-Intellectuals on Fri 2/21/20

Fun Fact! All polar bears are left handed! Idk how scientists were able to check that, but I read it in an issue of National Geographic Kids in 3rd grade and have never forgotten it.

Artist Title Album New
Morton Feldman Jackson Pollock: I-VI Morton Feldman: Something Wild - Music For Film
Burt Jansch Osprey Avocet
Pharoah Sanders Love Is Everywhere Wisdom Through Music
Wolf Parade Dinner Bells Apologies To the Queen Mary
Crocodiles Groove Is In the Heart / California Girls Sleep Forever (Special Edition)
Jacques Dutronc L'espace d'une fille Et moi, et moi, et moi
El Wali The Day of the Free Nation Tiris
James Chance Contort Yourself Sax Education
Foetus Lust For Death Hole
Wolf Parade Town Square Thin Mind
The Rub The Death of Pop Bikini Gospel
Kate Bush Hounds of Love Hounds of Love
The Most Serene Republic Pink Noise Fantasick Impossibliss
Ducktails Surreal Expossure St. Catherine
Les Surfs Tú Serás Mi Baby Sus Grabaciones en Español y Sus Grades Éxitos (1963-1967)
Holy Fuck Endless Deleter
Asa-Chang and Junray Hana Jun Ray Song Chang
bôa Duvet Twilight
Destroyer It Just Doesn't Happen to Anyone Have We Met
Mount Kimbie / Andrea Balency You Look Certain (I'm Not So Sure) Love What Survives
Delta 5 Colour Singles and Sessions 1979-1981
David Byrne Everybody's Coming To My House American Utopia
Pinc Louds Roaches Delancy St. Station
Dan Deacon Become A Mountain Mystic Familiar
Jim Sulivan U.F.O. U.F.O.
Stephen Malkmus Jenny and the Ess-Dog s/t
Xiu Xiu Cumberland Gap Dear God, I Hate Myself
Dirty Projectors Two Doves Bitte Orca
Susumu Yokota song of the sleeping forest Symbol
Claude Debussy La Fille aux Cheveux de Lin, L. 33 Debussy: Claire De Lune and Other Piano Favorites

Music for Pseudo-Intellectuals

DJs: 
amy.carson
Friday 7-9am
Thursday 7-9am
With rich harmonies, orchestral arrangements, and obscure instruments, this is the pop and rock music you listen to when you want to feel smart and cultured, but can’t quite do Beethoven.
Baroque/Chamber Pop
60's
Indie