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 Modest Mouse, Wolf Alice and Indianapolis artist Jason Andrew Brown.
Songs played on the June 7 episode:
Fur, “The Fine Line of a Quiet Life” Maita, “Dumb” No Star, “Gardenview” Sam Evian, “Easy to Love” Modest Mouse, “Leave a Light On” Wolf Alice, “No Hard Feelings” Allison Russell, “Nightflyer” Jason Andrew Brown, “All Right” Lava La Rue, “Magpie” The Goa Express, “Second Time” Du Blonde featuring Andy Bell, “All the Way” Sharon Van Etten & Angel Olsen, “Like I Used To” Fanclubwallet, “What’s Up” Runnner, “Awash” Porridge Radio, “Wet Road”
Mondays begin with WTTS New Music Monday. We play a variety of brand new releases and album previews. Hear the anthems of the future and experience upcoming artists as they break into the mainstream for the first time on New Music Monday.
This week experience new music from:
Modest Mouse: We Are Between
Bendigo Fletcher: Evergreen
Coldplay: Higher Power
Modest Mouse are set to return after a six-year hiatus with The Golden Casket, due out June 25th via Epic Records.
Craig and I walked through the familiar gates at the Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago and already there were people sitting by the front of the A (Aluminum) Stage set and ready to see Modest Mouse that night. It was an extremely hot day, and by extremely I mean uninhabitable. Everyone was miserable on the outside, soaked to the skin, which was most likely frying at any given point. However, all of us willingly hurried from stage-to-stage to see whatever each stage had to show us. It was a relatively lay back in the shade and enjoy the music type of day, but none-the-less I was able to enter a couple photo pits.
Broken Social Scene
(I also had the ability to have a conversation with Brendan Canning of Broken Social Scene (the one in the blue zig-zags; above), which you can find a listen to here.)