Posts Tagged ‘bettie serveert’

Joel’s Hit Show, Episode 144, 14 March 2012 Playlist

March 14, 2012

Grimes, Genesis
Birds & Batteries, The Machine & the Vampire
Bettie Serveert, Sunday Morning
Puppies and Trains, Behold a Pale Puppy
The Black Angels, Bad Vibrations
Bjork, Vertebrae by Vertebrae
The Asteroids Galaxy Tour, Theme From 45 Eugenia
Black Box Recorder, Child Psychology
Blake Babies, What Did I Do
Pyyramids, Animal
Blonde Redhead, Ballad of Lemons
Bitesize, I Forgot My Mantra
Young Magic, Sparkly
Zoe Boekbinder, Serrated Spoon
Blondie, The End The End
Olivia Broadfield, Push
Blue Skies for Black Hearts, Ambition
Boyskout, Ecstasy
Old Monk, Sacred Birds
Bosque Brain, Train Song
Misty Boyce, Slow Burn
Elk Bell, All Fall Down
Boyracer, Chanteuse
The Breeders, Full on Idle
Liftoff, Shine
Brilliant Colors, Short Sleeves at Night
Brassy, Work It Out
Big Deal, Mai Joy
Bratmobile, You’re Fired
Basia Bulat, The Shore
Hindi Zahra, Our Soul
Kate Bush, How to Be Invisible
The Butchies, Not Like Mine
The Lovely Bad Things, I Just Want You to Go Away
Camera Obscura, Lloyd, I’m Ready to Be Heartbroken
Cadallaca, Fake Karaoke Machine
Tigertown, Still Breathing
Call and Response, Misty Moon
Cat Power, Cross Bones Style
Errors, Holus-Bolus
Caroline Smith & the Good Night Sleeps, Strong Shoulders
Carissa’s Wierd, The Piano Song
Yael Meyer, Shed Their Fear
Catatonia, Sweet Catatonia
Care Bears on Fire, Heart’s Not There
Neko Case, The Needle Has Landed
Chairlift, Make Your Mind Up

Joel’s Hit Show, Episode 115, 29 June 2011 Playlist

June 29, 2011

Emilie Mover, Breakup Medley (Pain & Regret)
Agnes Obel, Close Watch
Esben and the Witch, Light Streams
Sleeper Agent, Get It Daddy
The Shivers, Love Is in the Air
The Lost Years, Deeper and Deeper
Gang Gang Dance, Glass Jar
Ellie Goulding, Lights
The Coathangers, Go Away
Givers, Ceiling of Plankton
The Well Wishers, Goodbye
The Wilderness of Manitoba, Summer Fires
Lemuria, Wise People
Seapony, Blue Star
Shilpa Ray and Her Happy Hookers, Stick It to the Woman
Benett, Anthemme
Bikini Kill, Rebel Girl
Birds & Batteries, Strange Kind of Mirror
Bettie Serveert, What They Call Love
The Bird and the Bee, Again & Again
Bis, Protection
Thurston Moore – Circulation
Dredg – Upon Turning
Sonic Heavy – Break it Clean
Talky Tina – Don’t Go
Huxtables – Sectional
Simple Jack – Song for Meg
Touch My Rash – Can’t Stand You
Sci Fi Zeros – Jumping Ship
Pour Habit – East 69th
Title Tracks -Forget the Ghost
Queers – Love, Love, Love
Pansy Division – Luv, Luv, Luv
POTUSA – Nuthin But Luv
Electric Frankenstein – Up from the Streets
Death Valley High – Multiply
Unseen – Don’t Look Back
Cliftons – Too High to Die
Shilpa Ray – Hooker
Vampire Weekend – Cousins
Coffin Lids- On the Loose
Anti-Flag – Underground Network
White Pig – Drop Out
Turbo Fruits – Trouble
Gits – Second Skin

Joel’s Hit Show, Episode 92, 19 January 2011 Playlist

January 20, 2011

The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger, Jardin Duluxembourg
Autolux, Headless Sky
Babes in Toyland, Sweet ’69
Mystic Roots Band, $100 Bag
Bambara, Shake
Bangs, Telephone Game
Gregory and the Hawk, Olly Olly Oxen Free
Balbec, How to Achieve God-Like Status
Bang! Bang! Eche!, (You + Me) As Thick as Thieves
Rain Perry, The Compartmentalized Thing
Bagheera, Admission/Concession
Basia Bulat, Heart of My Own
We Landed on the Moon!, Boats
The Bears of Blue River, Me, Me, Me
The Barbarellatones, Gothic City
Ray Charles featuring Norah Jones, Here We Go Again
Bat for Lashes, Glass
Beat Happening, Knick Knack
Johnny Cash, Hurt
Oh Land, White Nights
Be Your Own Pet, Spill
Belle & Sebastian, Ease Your Feet in the Sea
Placebo, Running Up That Hill
Benyaro, Mother/Daughter
Benett, Sailing
Agent Ribbons, I’m Alright
Belly, Gepetto
Bis, Statement of Intent
The Birdcage, Daydream
Bettie Serveert, Love Lee
The Bird and the Bee, I Hate Camera
Soft Cotton County, Now
Bitesize, Tarot Cards
Bikini Kill, Rebel Girl
Highlife, Burying Stones
Blake Babies, Boiled Potato
Black Box Recorder, The English Motorway System
Lower Dens, Holy Water
Blonde Redhead, Chi e E Non e
Blue Skies for Black Hearts, I Still Wish That You Were Around
Sarah Kirkland Snider, The Lotus Eaters
Misty Boyce, Be a Man
The Black Angels, Yellow Elevator #2
Modern Superstitions, Everything That Is Not Mine
Pretty Hideous, Apples in My Hands
M People, Padlock

Alphabet Soup, Episode 3, May 2 2010 Playlist

May 2, 2010

Bis, Don’t Let the Rain Come Down
The Bird and the Bee, Again & Again
Bikini Kill, Rebel Girl
Bettie Serveert, What Goes On
Black Box Recorder, The Art of Driving
Blake Babies, Temptation Eyes
Blonde Redhead, Elephant Woman
Amanda Blank, Make-Up
Bjork, Human Behaviour
Boyskout, Jesse James
Boyracer, Passionflower
Bosque Brown, Train Song
The Breeders, Cannonball
Brassy, Work It Out
Bratmobile, You’re Fired
Brilliant Colors, I Searched
The Butchies, Anything Anthology

Joel’s Hit Show, Episode 58, February 28 2010 Playlist

February 28, 2010

Buraka som Sistema vs Technotronic, IC19/Pump Up the Jam
Tami Hart, Brian Adams
La Chansons, Beauty Queen
Halou, Oceanwide
Watson Twins, Harpeth River
The Hot Toddies, Wet Dream
Soft Cotton County, Ursa Minor DJ
Petra Haden, Look Both Ways Before You Cross
Basia Bulat, Sparrow
Gringo Star, Eve of Your Expression
Mav!s, What You Looking For
Larkin Grimm, They Were Wrong
Emilyn Brodsky and Anthony da Costa, What We’ve Got
Gossip, (Take Back) The Revolution
Norah Jones, That’s What I Said
Gravy Train!!!!, Ghost Boobs
The Limousines, New Years Resolution
Great Northern, Mountain
Mixtapes & Cellmates, Never
Nina Gordon, Number One Camera
Lothar, Malone
Grey Anne, Adelaide
SPC ECO, For All Time
Tracy and the Plastics, Dawn Feather
Laura Gibson and Ethan Rose, Introduction
Go Sailor, Blue Sky
Pacific Theater, Lions
Holly Golightly, Mellow Down Easy
Bettie Serveert, Change4Me

Bettie Serveert “Pharmacy of Love”

February 19, 2010

Bettie Serveert have definitely tried to keep up with the times. This presentation is almost completely modern and sounds little like the efforts that made them famous during the Clinton administration. However, it’s unforced and provides a natural transition, and that makes sense. As the band has matured, surely so has its fans. We could do well with more of these cradle-to-grave rock bands.
“Love Lee” has smart guitar and holds my hand, as if to say, “Don’t worry about those newfangled bands like Vampire Weekend and Hot Chip. The only thing you need is the new Bettie Serveert and a bottle of Zima.” We all need this kind of reassurance from time to time. I’ll admit it, at least.
“Calling” is ridiculously long but provides some entertaining psychedelic environs. This one has to be played loud; don’t argue with me. The keyboard in “Change4Me” sets it apart from the rest. Someone out there is going to hear this and think they’ve discovered some hot new band. No joke. It’s that’s fresh.
“Deny All” is good, too, as is the last track, “What They Call Love.” The songs have a distinct style to them, and if this is the direction the band is going in, then I hope they spend another 24 years together.

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