Death Cab For Cutie, Lydia Loveless, Green Day – New Noise at Nine. Thursday October 13, 2016

30 days, 30 songs. Written and recorded by artists for a Trump-Free America. This project showcases one song a day for a month by many artists you know and many you’ll hear for the first time. We’re 4 days into the project featuring music (so far) from Aimee Mann, Bhi Bhiman, Jim James, and Death Cab For Cutie. Since Death Cab released the first song of the project and Jim James’ contribution was released earlier today, we’ll play both on this week’s show.  And we’ll play it loud!  The Rolling Stones recorded an album last December on the down low over a few days.  It’s a throwback to the music that gave the Stones their start – good ol’ Chicago blues! Just like when they recorded at Chicago’s Chess Records, the Rolling Stones recorded Blue & Lonesome live and with no retakes. A quick little rocker fit just right in the show!  The rest of the playlist is below.

Thanks for supporting new and local music. If you’re digging what you’re hearing, pick up a few records from a local, independent, or family-owned music store and catch a live show. Connect with me on Facebook, Insta, and Twitter  – my handle on all three of ’em is RyanArnoldRocks – and let me know some of the tunes you’ve been digging.

Your pal,
-Ryan A.


Red Hot Chili Peppers – Go Robot

Catfish & The Bottlemen – 7

Death Cab For Cutie – Million Dollar Loan

Rolling Stones – Just Your Fool

The Marcus King Band – Ain’t Nothing Wrong With That

Whitney – No Matter Where We Go

Jim James – Same Old Lie

Beck – Wow

Lydia Loveless – Longer

Father John Misty – Real Love Baby

Green Day – Bang Bang

Beach Slang – Punks In A Disco

Sunflower Bean – Easier Said

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