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WTTS OverEasy: January 11, 2015

WTTS OverEasy: January 11, 2015

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Punch Brothers

Punch Brothers

Join Brad Holtz this Sunday from 7 to 11 a.m. and p.m. for WTTS OverEasy, featuring a variety of laid back acoustic tracks and exclusives from Sun King Studio 92. This week you’ll hear…

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Punch Brothers – “I Blew It Off”

Ben Howard – “Conrad” (Official Audio)

World Class Rock Week-In-Review: 1/7/15

World Class Rock Week-In-Review: 1/7/15

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Coachella 2015 Lineup: Click To Enlarge

Coachella 2015 Lineup: Click To Enlarge

  • Coachella 2015 lineup revealed: AC/DC, Drake, Jack White headlining (Billboard)
  • Kanye West and Paul McCartney team up for “Only One” (Pitchfork)
  • Paul McCartney heralded as unknown artist by surprised Kanye West fans (UCR)
  • White Stripes’ new live album and film captures legendary 2005 Brazil concert (CoS)
  • Spoon dole out a new song in concert (SPIN)
  • Bono’s guitar playing days may be over (A.V. Club)
  • Tame Impala to release new album later this year (NME)
  • Sting’s The Last Ship to close on Broadway (Rolling Stone)
  • Sony unveils $1,200 new walkman at CES 2015 (Paste)
  • Jimmy Carter to honor Bob Dylan at MusiCares Gala (Stereogum)
  • Elvis Presley’s planes, Janis Joplin’s vest up for auction (Billboard)
  • Black Keys’ Patrick Carney hospitalized for dislocated shoulder (Pitchfork)
  • A new Florence and the Machine album is coming soon (CoS)
  • Nick Cave now has his own official skateboard (SPIN)
  • Thom Yorke likely made millions from torrenting his new record (A.V. Club)
  • Lana Del Rey reveals new album will be called Honeymoon (NME)
  • “Devastated” Lykke Li cancels tour (Rolling Stone)
  • BrandNeue generates hipster band names with one click (Paste)
  • Scott Weiland announces first album with The Wildabouts (Stereogum)
  • Daryl Hall reportedly sues production company over Rose Parade expenses (Billboard)
  • Neil Young’s PonoPlayer available next week (Pitchfork)
  • John Lydon turns up in new Batman vs. Superman Lego short (UCR)
  • These are the 100 most popular driving songs in 2014 (CoS)
  • St. Vincent bows to David Bowie with Chicago lecture (SPIN)
  • They Might Be Giants have officially relaunched Dial-A-Song (A.V. Club)
  • Sam Smith describes modern pop stars as “awful” (NME)
  • PJ Harvey recording new album as public exhibition (Paste)
  • Flaming Lips booked for Tibet House Benefit Concert (Rolling Stone)
  • Watch Courtney Love sing a song from her new opera (Stereogum)

Heart – “Band On The Run” (Kimmel)

Spoon – “Satellite” (New Song)

Air Guitar with Bradley Cooper (Fallon)


A To Z: The Essential 1800

A To Z: The Essential 1800

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Our annual alphabetical excursion through the WTTS music library is back, but this year, there’s a twist. It’s A To Z: The Essential 1800. We’re playing the essential 1800 songs from our music library, handpicked by the WTTS staff (not by some computer or algorithm!). Exactly 1800 songs, over 12 days, all in alphabetical order. Click here to listen live and explore playlists.

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Official Rules Of The Alphabet

– “A” and “The” are articles that go at the end of the title and essentially, don’t “count” (for example, “The Core” would fall in the letter C).

– Different songs with the same title are placed alphabetically based on the band or last name of the artist.

– With multiple versions of the same SONG, we break the alphabet rule and go in chronological order – original first, then cover.

– Song titles that are numbers (“1979,” “1901,” “5:15,” “3 AM” are spelled out).

– “Mr.” or “Mrs.” songs fall in the alphabet in the “Mr” or “Mrs” section. Same with “Sgt.”

– Acronyms (“S.R.V. and L.A.”, for example) fall first in the letter.

– The ampersand is spelled out as “and,” such as “Rock AND Roll,” (not “Rock & Roll”).

– Parenthesis are ignored, though the content within the parenthetical is not. For instance “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” will fall in the letter I. “(The Angels Want To Wear My) Red Shoes” would fall in the letter A.

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WTTS Indy Underground: January 5, 2015

WTTS Indy Underground: January 5, 2015

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Butch Walker

Butch Walker

Join Laura Duncan Monday Nights at 8 and Saturday Nights at 9 for the best from the independent world of music on WTTS Indy Underground. This week…

Butch Walker – “Bed On Fire”

Hanni El Khatib – “Melt Me”

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