The Line-Up for 9-30-2011

It's pledge drive time again-- the time when I hang out at the radio station a little more than usual and pounce every time I hear a phone ring. It's one of my favorite times of the year and you can be a part of it, too, by heading over to KRTU.org and pledging a donation to the station. Becoming a member is pretty rad, to which I can attest. This week's show involves me saying that a lot, it also has some pretty good music.

Taylor Eigsti - Daylight
This popped up on the commute. Also, I didn't get to go to the Austin City Limits Festival a couple weeks ago and heard Coldplay did a great job. This is in reference to that.
Nujabes - Tsurugi No Mai
Josh Nelson - Dirigibles
As I said last week, I really like Nelson's Discoveries and I hope this track leads you to the same conclusions I'm holding about this album.
Brad Mehldau - The Falcon Will Fly Again
I added Highway Rider back onto my phone recently because I felt I needed to revisit it. Maybe I was really in the mood to hear this song again.
Nujabes - The Space Between Two Worlds
ERIMAJ - For You (For Who?)
If I were to pick a song that epitomizes everything The Line-Up is right now, the proper combination of new school jazz with the rhythm and tradition of the past, this would be the best song I could think of right now.
Somi - Kuzunguka
This may be the best result I've heard of a Kickstarter campaign so far.
Apple Juice Kid - Bitches
Thundercat - Fleer Ultra
I can't let too much time go by before playing Thundercat.
Kyle Eastwood - Big Noise (Remix)
Computer picked it, I kept it.
Jason Lindner - Big Pump
I can't let too much time go by without playing Jason Lindner, either. Also, it seemed to fit in this set, doesn't it?
Trade Vorhees - Stoned Soul
Four Tet - As Serious As Your Life
Bonobo - Animals
The computer picked this one, too, but I wouldn't be surprised if I would have tossed this in for this week anyway.

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