Friday, July 21, 2017

Stuck In Thee Garage #183: July 21, 2017

The world of rock music is cyclical. Every so often, there's a renaissance. It happened in the early '90s and it happened again in the early '00s in New York. The book Meet Me In the Bathroom is an oral history about the scene that sparked with the rise of the Strokes, Interpol and the Rapture, among others. Today on Stuck In Thee Garage, I played music inspired by the book in hour 2.



The escape-proof playlist:

Hour 1
Artist - Song/Album
Male Gaze - Pale Gaze/Miss Taken
Rips - Spell/Rips
Turtlenecked - Bronze Bull/Lepers
Ulrika Spacek - Full of Men/Modern English Decoration
The Suburbs - Hey Muse/Hey Muse!
Lo Tom - Pretty Cool/Lo Tom
Girlpool - Soup/Powerplant
Froth - Sensitive Girl/Outside (briefly)
She Sir - DBS/Rival Island
Benjamin Booker - Motivation/Witness
Bash & Pop - Shortcut/Anything Could Happen
The Besnard Lakes - You Make Loving Fun/Rumours Revisited: A Tribute to Fleetwood Mac's Classic 1977 Album
Two Inch Astronaut - Name Out of Mouth/Can You Please Not Help
Ty Segall - Thank You Mr. K/Ty Segall
At the Drive-In - Hostage Stamps/inter-alia
The Afghan Whigs - Light as a Feather/In Spades

Hour 2: Meet Me in the Bathroom
The Strokes - Take It or Leave It/Is This It
Interpol - Say Hello to the Angels/Turn on the Bright Lights
The Rapture - Crimson Red/Get Myself Into It
The Ramones - 53rd & 3rd/Ramones
Beastie Boys - Sure Shot/Ill Communication
The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion - Bellbottoms/Orange
Jonathan Fire*Eater - When the Curtain Calls for Me/Wolf Songs for Lambs
LCD Soundsystem - North American Scum/Sound of Silver
!!! - When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Get Karazzee/Louden Up Now
TV on the Radio - Wolf Like Me/Return to Cookie Mountain
The White Stripes - Why Can't You Be Nicer to Me?/De Stijl
The Mooney Suzuki - 99%/Have Mercy
Yeah Yeah Yeah - Gold Lion/Show Your Bones
The Kills - Love is a Deserter/No Wow

 

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