Wednesday, July 14, 2010

FFFreakout #220 "Moon Glyph" (Aired on 7/15/10)

Buffalo Moon - "Rat Song"
Larry Wish - "Tun Dra Sun"
Jonathan Delehanty - "The Poorly Tempered Casio"
Capricorn Vertical Slum - "Palatial Estates in Wallpaper"
Velvet Davenport - "Lemon"
Olives - "The Mother of Tortoises"
Dante & The Lobster - "Marine Life"
Skoal Kodiak - "Tinsel Tongue"
Vampire Hands - "3D Yin-Yang"
Magic Castles - "Patron Saint"
Camden - "Headstone"
The Blind Shake - "Lucky Day"

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On today's show we featured the music of the Minneapolis-based Moon Glyph label, a label that has put out a fairly impressive string of cassette releases over the past year and this week see's them venturing into vinyl with the release of their excellent Regolith Vol. 1 compilation of Twin Cities psych acts. In addition, we aired our recent phone conversation with Steve Rosborough, the gentleman behind the Moon Glyph label.

Larry Wish:

Velver Davenport:

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