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Mixtape 144 :: Model Village

Mixtape 144: Model Village

FEATURED: I am generally skeptical and disrespectful of band names with special capitalization, but IDLES look and sound like they mean business.

ALSO IN THIS EPISODE: Alvvays, Bark Bark Disco, The Brunettes, Clinic, Clint Mansell, Elvis Perkins, Fila Brazillia, Hello, Herb Remington, IDLES, illuminati hotties, It Hugs Back, JD McPherson, John Scofield, Mad Professor, Medeski Scofield Martin & Wood, Monte Video, North Mississippi Allstars, Oranger, Paleface, Robb Benson & The Shelk, Robyn Hitchcock, The RockATeens, Shantel, Soggy Bottom Boys Featuring Tim Blake Nelson, Squirrel Nut Zippers, State Of Bengal, Terra Lightfoot, The Vaccines, Yazoo, Yo La Tengo, Zero Zero

For more information and a full playlist with notes, visit https://the.lacking.org/podcast/2020/0144-model-village


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