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Thursday, June 13, 2013

Episode 3--Born in the NSA

This is episode 3 of Typhoid Radio. Below, I've included the bands featured on this episode; click on the pictures to visit each band's homepage. You can stream the episode through the player above, download the mp3 here, or subscribe to the RSS feed (button on the side). In this episode, we'll start off synthy, then get a little indie, get a little punk, and finally, end on a Kalamazoo note. 

 “Sun Down Ski Boy,” by I Like Science. (Tacoma, WA.) From Keeper with the Magic Eyes, released May 24, 2013. 

  Gravity,” by Things Like Kittens. (Maryland.) Unreleased demo. Recorded 2012.

 “Marital Discord,” by Amniotic Buzzsaw. (Bellingham, WA.) From With Pluto Gone, What's to Become of Uranus?, released 2010.

 "In a Spell," by Jesus on the Moon. (Tacoma, WA.) From Rare Forms, released April 10, 2013.

 “Djs without Borders,” by Wizard Attack. (Portland, OR.) From You Can Beat a Dead Gift Horse to Water, released March 15, 2011.

"Picking Through Scraps," by The Disenchanted. (Albany, NY.) From How Can We Lose When We're So Sincere?, released 1998.

"The Cats Haven't Left Their Apartment In Years," by The Disenchanted. (Albany, NY.) From Even Atheists and Communists Pray (In Their Blasphemy)


“Outside Your Mind,” by Le Lo/Fi. (Tacoma, WA.) From first EP, recorded 2013. 

"Walk the Burren," by Ghost Bunnies. (Kalamazoo, MI.) From their Reverb Nation page, 2013.


“Broken Record,” by Frank Fuzz. (Kalamazoo, MI.) From Dead Birds Always Fly South. Released March 28, 2006.

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