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Goe Goe Playlist 2/1/13

By David Goe
Saturday, February 2, 2013

In case you are wondering what it takes to be an awesome community radio DJ, here is a good example. It's hard to tell from the picture, but I've got 180 degrees of sound control. To rock the socks off GJ you need headphones, one laptop, a wall of new music, a DJ mixer, a sample deck controller, a stack of CD players, a radio mixer, a second computer, a second pair of headphones, a stack of promos, and a telephone. Actually that may be a tad excessive now that I think about it...

Some of my favorite tracks from the night include the new Dinosaur Jr. track "Rude" and Cody ChesnuTT's “Chips Down (In No Landfill).” I'll have to get back and listen to the full albums for both bands. As far as dance tracks go Plezier's “Plezier Anthem” and Bondax's "Gold" are both doing it for me. I can't get enough of that new deep house, nu disco sound. I also liked Kendrick Lamar's “Swimming Pools (Drank)” trap remix. All in all, it was another good night at KAFM. To anyone who stayed up with me last night, thank you.

Here is last night's full playlist. 

9 p.m.
Explosions in The Sky - “Be Comfortable, Creature”
MGMT -  “Siberian Breaks”
Disclosure - "Latch"
Bondax - "Gold"
Carousel - "Let's Go Home (Sound Remix)"
Usher - "Climax (Paper Diamonds Remix)"
Stratus - "Jasper's Theme"
Bombay Bicycle Club - "Shuffle (Jack Steadman Remix)"
Boom Box - “Lost Ya” 

10 p.m.
Sohella - “Notice Me (feat. Tailah)”
Dinosaur Jr. - “Rude”
Dirty Projectors & Björk - “No Embrace” 
Bat for Lashes - “Winter Fields”
Daft Punk - “Technologic”
Daft Punk - “Digital Love” 
Anakyn - “Love Is Blind”
Vincenzo Callea & William Naraine - “Turn Off the Lights (Ivan Gough Remix Dub)”
2Edit - “Tropicalia (Torro Torro Remix)”
Russ Chimes - “Back 2 You (Radio Edit)”
Plezier - “Plezier Anthem”
Hook N Sling - “Reason Vicetone Remix)”

11 p.m. 
Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs - “Your Love” 
Steve Aoki - “Mr. Taxi (Aoki Remix)”
Flux Pavilion - “OneTwoThree (Make Your Body Wanna)”
GRiZ - “Welcom to Jamrock” 
Dillon Francis - “Masta Blasta (The Rebirth Remix)” 
Kendrick Lamar - “Swimming Pools (Drank)”
El Ten Eleven - “Thanks Bill"
Beats Antique - “Crooked Muse”
Cody ChesnuTT - “Under the Spell of the Handout” 
Muse - “Madness”
Deftones - “Romantic Dreams”
Cody ChesnuTT “Chips Down (In No Landfill)”

For complete playlist info and links for downloads click here

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Even More EDM

By David Goe
Friday, February 1, 2013

Piggy backing off of Melinda Mawdsley's EDM:101 article, here are even more references for those seeking to expand their music knowledge. Here are some of the best podcasts around, or at least the ones that I like the best. 

  • Armin Van Buuren A State of Trance Podcast
    Hands down, the world's number one DJ plays his favorite trance tracks and discusses all things dance. You can also stream the podcast on YouTube and on Spotify.
  • Annie Mac Radio Show BBC Radio 1
    The queen of the UK dance scene plays music from all EDM genres. The show also includes interviews and five minute mini mixes from DJ superstars. Her Friday show often preceeds that of the legendary Pete Tong. Actually the whole Friday lineup is a pretty good resource for what's new in the scene. Tune in and get ready to dance.   
  • The Boiler Room
    This is the spot to be. The Boiler Room is an underground YouTube channel. It's great for streaming live DJ sets from more independent artists like James Murphy (formally of LCD Soundsystem), Thom Yorke (Radiohead), DJ Shadow and Jamie XX from the band the XX. Awesome resource. Here is a smooth, 35 minute set from Disclosure (they are like, totally blowing up right now). They play a more chill, groovy set. Check out their breakout hit "Latch."  
     

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One Whoaman Band at Sabrosa

By David Goe
Thursday, January 31, 2013

When I was a kid I used to think that Dick Van Dyke in "Mary Poppins" was the coolest. Not only was he one cheeky chap, but he was also a one man band. As I grew up I slowly started to realize that busking on the street corner with a kick drum hanging off your back wasn't all that cool. Anyone willing to do that had to be crying out for attention, right? Well maybe not...

Let me introduce you to Molly Gene aka the One Whoaman Band. Gene is a one woman wrecking crew, playing dirty slide guitar, signing, and stomping her cowboy boots on a mini kick drums. She is a force of southern nature, not a cheep act looking for a little scratch. The One Whoaman brings her brand of Delta Thrash to Grand Junction, playing tonight at Sabrosa. Check out the video and see what you think.       

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Hatebreed Tonight at the Mesa Theater

By David Goe
Wednesday, January 30, 2013

I'm not even going to pretend like I know anything about metal / hard core punk music so just check out the picture and video. That'll tell you pretty much everything you need to know about tonight's show. What I do know is that metal has generally had a good run here in Grand Junction. The shows are popular and the bands coming through are generally pretty big and relevant. Hatebreed certainly is no exception.

With Grammy noms, millions of YouTube views, several albums, and festival appearancesin tow, Hatebreed is set to play the Mesa Theater Main Stage tonight. The show starts at 7 p.m. and features opening bands Shadows Fall, Dying Fetus, and The Contortionist.  

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Lowlands Live at Naggy’s

By David Goe
Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Hey mark your calendars for Friday night (Feb 1) as local band Lowlands will play at Naggy McGee's. Self described as "an Americana band from Grand Junction, Colorado with a rock and roll gut and a honky tonk heart," Lowlands is one of the best in the valley when it comes to live music. I've seen the band play several times and so far they've never let me down. Jeremy Rizer's voice is aged and a little gritty, much like a fine scotch, and Willie Deford's technical skill on guitar and fiddle is exceptional.   

The band plays original music with a few covers scattered in by the likes of Neil Young and Tom Waits. Check out this 6 song demo recorded on November 12, 2011 at the Shedd Studio in Grand Junction, Colorado, and most importantly, check them out Friday night. It's good beer drinking music. 

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