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 Garbage, the 3 Clubmen and Indiana artist Carter Ward.
Songs played on the May 8 episode:
HotWax, “Treasure” Tigercub, “Swoon” The Aces, “I’ve Loved You for So Long” Kepi Ghoulie, “Needles and Pins” Garbage, “Cities in Dust” Those Pretty Wrongs, “Paper Cup” Jalen Ngonda, “If You Don’t Want My Love” The 3 Clubmen, “Aviatrix” Louise Post, “Guilty” Corey Harris, “How Long Blues” Carter Ward, “Bit My Tongue” Cowboy Junkies, “Hard to Build. Easy to Break” Coach Party, “Micro Aggression”
Dave Lindquist spent decades covering the Indianapolis music scene for the Indianapolis Star. Now, Dave has his own show on WTTS. Join us Monday nights at 7 for, The BEAT with Dave Lindquist presented by Soundspace. Hear your next music discovery from the local and independent scene and fresh music from familiar artists.
Monday night, Dave presents new music from Garbage, Sparks featuring Adam Driver and Indianapolis artist Moxxie.
Songs played on the June 14 episode:
Sofi Tukker and Amadou & Mariam, “Mon Cheri” Lucero, “Back in Ohio” Tennis, “Superstar” Miss Grit, “Grow Up To” Garbage, “Wolves” Drug Store Romeos, “Secret Plan” Gary Louris, “Follow” Sparks featuring Adam Driver and Marion Cotillard, “So May We Start” Sleater-Kinney, “High in the Grass” Vistas, “Dayglow” Moxxie, “The Sweetest Thing” Mereba, “Go(l)d” Kings of Convenience, “Fever”
In 2015, Garbage celebrated the 20th anniversary of their debut album with the 20 Years Queer tour. During that tour, drummer Butch Vig announced the band was working on their 6th studio album Strange Little Birds. In many ways, the album goes back to the basics for the group. They worked on the album in Vig’s basement and found that youthful spark that fueled the band’s beginnings. Part of that spark was not having to answer to anyone. This is the second album Garbage has put out on their own label STUNVOLUME and not working with a major record label was liberating. Lead vocalist Shirley Manson calls the album their most vulnerable. “I used to feel so scared, and I think that was why I was so aggressive — but I’m much more willing to admit weaknesses than I was before. Each song addresses different points in my life between me and a person I’ve loved. They’re hot spots in my life, when I was afraid, or vulnerable, or didn’t behave at my best.” Download “Empty” off Strange Little Birds and learn more about Garbage at their Official Website, “Like” them on Facebookand follow them on Twitter.