The Beat With Dave LindQuist 3/1/21

Join us Monday nights at 7 for, The BEAT with Dave Lindquist. The BEAT includes music discoveries from the local and independent scene and fresh music from familiar artists.

Monday night, Dave presents new music from Coin, Indiana duo Radar Gold and Emma Swift.

Songs played on the March 1 episode:

Coin featuring Faye Webster, “Sagittarius Superstar”

Midnight Sister, “Foxes”

Cleo Sol, “Shine”

Palehound, “How Long”

Major Murphy, “Access”

Claud, “Soft Spot”

Bad Moves, “Muster,”

Radar Gold, “Go On Out”

Q, “Take Me Where Your Heart Is”

Ela Minus, “Dominique”

Emma Swift, “Simple Twist of Fate,”

No-No Boy, “Imperial Twist”

Christian Leave, “Filth”

Sir Woman, “Thinkin’ About Tomorrow”

New Music from Brendan Benson on The Beat with Dave Lindquist

Join us Monday nights at 7 for, The BEAT with Dave Lindquist. The BEAT includes music discoveries from the local and independent scene and fresh music from familiar artists.
Monday night, Dave presents new music from Brendan Benson, Porridge Radio and Songhoy Blues.

Songs played on the Feb. 8 episode:

The Beths, “Dying to Believe”

Porridge Radio, “7 Seconds”

Brendan Benson, “I Quit”

The Regrettes, “What Am I Gonna Do Today”

Deep Sea Diver, “Lights Out”

James Elkington, “Ever-Roving Eye”

Songhoy Blues, “Worry”

NewDad, “I Don’t Recognise You”

Fontaines D.C., “Televised Mind”

The Wldlfe, “The Other Side”

Gabriels, “Love and Hate in a Different Time”

Lithics, “Hands”

RVG, “Asteroid”


Mike Campbell on The Beat with Dave Lindquist

The BEAT with Dave Lindquist premiered Monday night (Feb. 1) at 7 p.m. This week’s episode included music from Phoebe Bridgers, No Joy and Swamp Dogg. Find the playlist for The Beat with Dave Lindquist on the Playlist Center widget on this page. Dave also spoke with Rock n Roll Hall Of Fame inductee Mike Campbell (Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, Fleetwood Mac, Dirty Knobs) .

Guitarist Mike Campbell will never forget one specific Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers performance in Indiana, and anyone in the audience probably feels the same way.

Now the leader of hard-charging rock band the Dirty Knobs, Campbell told WTTS about the 2005 show at Ruoff Music Center that was interrupted by a fierce thunderstorm.

When the weather knocked out power during a rendition of signature hit “Refugee,” Campbell said the crowd’s response stunned late music icon Petty and his supporting cast.

“We were playing along and there was this loud ‘Boom,’ you know, and the PA went out and the lights went out,” Campbell said. “So I immediately thought, ‘I guess we’ll have to leave the stage.’ And I could hear them: ‘You don’t have to live …’ The audience just kept singing because we were at the end of the song with the chorus. And we just stood there listening to them. And were amazed. And then soon enough, ‘Boom,’ it all came back on – right on beat – and we kicked back in with them. It’s a memorable night, yeah.”

Songs played on the Feb. 1 episode of “The Beat with Dave Lindquist”:Phoebe Bridgers, “ICU,” Dead Oceans

No Joy, “Nothing Will Hurt”

BC Camplight, “Cemetery Lifestyle”

Lilly Hiatt, “P-Town”

Celeste, “Love Is Back”

Swamp Dogg, “I’d Rather Be Your Used to Be”

The Dirty Knobs, “Irish Girl”

Sports Team, “The Races”

Suzi Wu, “Eat Them Apples”

Richard Edwards, “January”

Gus Dapperton, “Post Humorous”

Bad Moves, “Muster”

Listen every Monday night at 7, for The Beat with Dave Lindquist.