Dave Lindquist has written about music in Indianapolis for more than two decades. Now, Dave has his own show on WTTS. Join us Monday nights at 7 for The BEAT with Dave Lindquist. Hear your next music discovery from the local and independent scene and fresh music from familiar artists.
Monday night, Dave presents new music from David Byrne, Bret McKenzie and Indiana band Gentleman Caller.
Songs played on the Dec. 12 episode:
Men I Trust, “Billie Toppy” Cherry Cinema, “Tokyo” Deadletter, “Madge’s Declaration” Say She She, “Wrap Myself Up in Your Love” David Byrne, “The Fat Man’s Comin’” Wilsn featuring Josh Teskey, “Hurts So Bad” The War and Treaty, “Lover’s Game” Country Westerns, “Money on the Table” Bret McKenzie, “This World” Weird Nightmare, “So Far Gone” Convinced Friend, “White Collar” Gentleman Caller, “Lately I’m a Kite” Aluminum, “Windowpane” The Jaws of Brooklyn, “Forever and a Day”
And so it begins. Our journey to Bonnaroo is mere hours away; a summertime tradition unlike any other. Music, art, mud, and more music and mud. When I first went to Bonnaroo back in 2004, I thought it would be something cool to do maybe once. Six years later, and I’m back again. If you’ve never been in the middle of a 200-acre field miles from civilization with limited cell coverage (or showers), it really is something to experience. That’s just a small piece of the charm-aroo that is Bonnaroo. Oh yeah, and the festival is a collection of the best bands on Earth and has become the premiere musical event in the U.S.
So here we are, about to depart for Manchester, TN. Laura Duncan and I will broadcast live from the Bonnaroo backstage studios Friday and Saturday afternoon, complete with artist interviews, live performances and up-to-the-minute reports on the goings-on from the ‘Roo. We’re also turning the WTTS Blog into the Blogaroo (clever, huh?) – follow along for exclusive photos, interviews and fun content to keep you connected. –Brad Holtz (6/9/10)