|Add Date:||2019-06-18||Pull Date:||2019-08-20|
|Week Ending:||Aug 18||Aug 11||Jul 21||Jul 14||Jun 23|
|1.||Oct 07, 2021:||The Library (rebroadcast from Jun 19, 2019)
|4.||Jul 18, 2019:||veggie tales
Celebrate The Void, Raging River
|2.||Aug 14, 2019:||The Library
|5.||Jul 17, 2019:||The Library
|3.||Aug 07, 2019:||The Library
Celebrate The Void
|6.||Jul 10, 2019:||The Library
Like: Pavement, Guided By Voices, Dinosaur Jr.
FCC: 1, 7, 12
Play: 2, 7, 9, 10
1.phantom (2:23) Discordant lead lines, crunching chords, bit of a banger.
2.celebrate the void (3:09) Slows down the pace for the first minute and a half before whipping the proverbial horses.
3.follow the breath (2:13) 1990s indie roots but don't sound like a throwback, is Sebadoh sound revitalized.
4.medicate (3:34) Forces you to dance no matter how appropriate the setting.
5.see-saw (3:37) Great intro, the sound of guitar works really well with the others’ bass and drums.
6.vacation (2:06) Amidst sludgy guitars. Is a nasty piece of work.
7.stunned (2:25) Guitar assault that could masquerade as Dinosaur Jr. songs to the right ears.
8.fool (2:34) Mellow math-punk guitars and arena-toppling Keith Moon drum rolls.
9.raging river (3:11) Classic Sebadoh head banger.
10.sunshine (3:30) Slower song with an urgent drum pattern, it has a great chorus, right when the album needed one.
11.act surprised (3:11) Lo-fi, scuzzy production, splashy cymbals, thwacking drums.
12.battery (3:12) Chorus isn’t quite as big as the verse deserves but it finishes nicely with a load of noise.
13.belief (2:55) Winsome power-pop.
14.leap year (3:15) It’s weird, in a kind of Punk-Prog way, but totally fits the album.
15.Reykjavik (3:32) the melancholy memory/melody of the better times of a relationship
|2.||Celebrate The Void||9.||Raging River|
|3.||Follow The Breath||10.||Sunshine|