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30 September 2015

Heavy Rotation -- what's your song of the week? What's in heavy rotation at your house? What's the latest beat from off the street?
Everything Hamilton! Buy the cast recording today!
posted by ThePinkSuperhero 30 September | 20:04
I'm totally into Norma Tanega.
posted by JanetLand 30 September | 21:15
This week, it's this bubbly bit of pop...Ello Ello - RAC (feat. Body Language)
posted by Thorzdad 01 October | 07:45
I am pleased to say that we have sold our child (14 months) on Siouxsie and the Banshees. Fortunately/unfortunately, this means that we have listened to The Passenger (regular and extended mix) at least 135 times since last Friday. But she sings along to the la la las, so we're thrilled.

We went to a hipster-y show last week where they played the ELO album Balance of Power between sets. I busted my brain trying to figure out before I Shazammed it, and then I downloaded it. I don't know why I don't have, like, the entire ELO oeuvre accessible at all times. The '80s-ness of it really hit my sweet spot.
posted by Madamina 01 October | 10:47
We fell for this Rosetti concerto we heard on Sirius.
posted by bearwife 01 October | 13:06
Random Name Generator by Wilco has been in my head all week. The new album that that song is from is the album of the week on the local public music station around here so I've heard it on the radio a bunch of times.
posted by octothorpe 01 October | 13:53
Oh wow, what a great name to see mentioned! Rosetti is really underappreciated. He wrote wonderful concertos for all the woodwinds, and they're joyous.
posted by Wolfdog 01 October | 18:13
Rock Your Baby, by George Mccrae. I am not ashamed to say that I LOVE disco music. I was exactly the right age for it, mid-late teens. I really like the Latinesque rhythm of this song, it always makes me want to dance.

Every once in a while BBC4 has a Disco Night late on Fridays, where they show a fantastic documentary about how disco started in gay clubs in New York and about Gamble & Huff in Philly, the Bee Gees and Saturday Night Fever, oh, it's a wonderful way to pass an hour.
posted by Senyar 02 October | 03:28
I had to forcibly stop myself from listening to Hamilton because I was going to ruin it for myself, and also the weeping.

But I can't stop commenting at every screw up, "You're never gonna be President now."
Cat falls over, someone drops a muffin-- it's comedy gold with or without context.

Um, the last song to catch my attention was New Skin by Torres.
posted by ethylene 02 October | 04:57
"Jon Hendren spent an entire segment || HAPPY BIRTHDAY ONESWELLFOOP!!!!!!