for October 26, 2004
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[Inscrutable Links: John Peel Says "Hi". FM106.3 Staff List. FM106.3's 1988 playlist.]
Altrok Radio 051
by Sean Carolan
The following is the song rundown for the show that airs Tuesday, October 26 at 10AM on WRSU-FM 88.7 in New Brunswick, which you can now hear in all its streaming RealAudio glory anywhere in the world as soon as you click on this link.
If you'd like to get your hands on any of these records, you can help support Altrok by using this link to Amazon.com, or just by clicking the link for each (which'll work most of the time.)
Fair warning: the links above pop up in a new window.
By the way, if you happen to run a college radio station of your own, you're welcome to join our network - let us know and we'll make the arrangements.
Altrok Radio's Underground Pick Of The Week
Each Week, Jeff Raspe picks an outstanding track from a brand-new album. This week, the pick is:
In The Grinder:
Altrok keeps a running list of new songs that get played heavily for a week on the Altrok Radio web stream, until we've pretty much ground them into the dirt. It's shameless, but it's honest.
©2004 Sean Carolan
All material ©2001-2014 Sean Carolan, except as noted.
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ALTROK recommends music once a week; here's our most recent choices. Most links will take you to a place where you can buy the music; if there's no link, and you own a record company, consider releasing it yourself...
A Place To Bury Strangers - It Is Nothing
The Boxer Rebellion - Semi-Automatic
The Cribs - Cheat On Me
Datarock - True Stories
Everything Everything - Photoshop Handsome
HEALTH - Die Slow
Miles Hunt and Erica Nockalls - Catching More Than We Miss
Julian Plenti - Games For Days
Los Campesinos - The Sea Is A Good Place To Think Of The Future (Free download!)
Miike Snow - Black & Blue
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