SIRIUS/XMU :: Aquarium Drunkard Show

Our weekly two hour show on SIRIUS/XMU, channel 35, can now be heard twice, every Friday — Noon EST with an encore broadcast at Midnight EST.

SIRIUS 235:  Jean Michel Bernard — Generique Stephane ++ Fela Kuti – My Lady Frustration ++ Julian Lynch – Just Enough ++ Atlas Sound – Recent Bedroom ++ Jim Schoenfield – Before ++ Kurt Vile – He’s Alright ++ Tashaki Miyaki – I Wonder If I’d Care As Much ++ Black Fiction – Magic Hands ++ The Liminanas – I’m Dead ++ The Art Museums – Paris Cafes ++ Talking Heads – Warning Sign (CBS demo) ++ Bosques – Heya ++ Nancy Sinatra – Hello LA, Bye Bye Birmingham ++ Group Inerane – Tchigefen ++ The Sea-Ders – Thanks A Lot ++ El Guincho – Palmitos Park ++ Mosco Tiles Fonclaire Steel Orchestra – Black Man’s Cry ++ The Seeds – Can’t Seem To Make You Mine ++ The Chocolate Watchband — I’m Not Like Everybody Else ++ Charlotte Gainsbourg – IRM ++ Ersen – Gonese Don Cicegim ++ Ofo And The Black Company – Allah Wakbar ++ Bonnie “Prince” Billy & Tortoise – Cravo E Canela ++ Os Mutantes – A Minha Menina ++ The Olivia Tremor Control – Jumping Fences ++ Pet Politics – The Ghost Mary And Her Friends ++ Caribou – Sandy ++ Third Wave – Eleanor Rigby ++ Destroyer – Chinatown ++ Deerhunter – Coronado ++ David Bowie – Golden Years ++ Edwyn Collins – Losing Sleep ++ Black Moth Super Rainbow – I Am The Alphabet ++ S.E. Rogie – Please Go Easy With Me ++ Family Portrait – Mega Secrets ++ The Mantles – Don’t Lie ++ David Bowie – Shapes of Things ++ T. Rex – Monolith  ++ Spiritualized – Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space

*You can listen, for free, online with the SIRIUS three day trial – just submit an email address and they will send you a password.
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2 thoughts on “SIRIUS/XMU :: Aquarium Drunkard Show

  1. Hands down the best program on XMU! Screw heavy rotation. This guy should be in charge of the entire XMU operation. If I hear Sleigh Bells one more time I’ll hang myself in my closet. The Indie Drought is real, be afraid.

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