• Cop On the Edge (London, UK)
  • 05 Bafana Bafana (South Africa)
  • Tap Tap (London, UK)
  • 06 Dry Dry Land (Portugal)
  • Fast Forward: An Indie Music Companion To World Cup 2010
  • (iTunes, Amazon MP3, name-your-price during thr world cup at bandcamp)

Also On This Episode

This episode features a clip about FIFA from Last Week Tonight, the excellent new Daily-Show-esque series staring John Oliver on HBO.

Also On This Episode

This episode features the audio from a hilarious pharmaceutical-style ad parody for "Vaccines" by Strange Meal, as well as an excerpt of Louis CK on NPR's Fresh Air with Terry Gross recounting a time when he lost the crowd at a benefit show. Also, don't forget to check out the killer new movie Blue Ruin!

SPECIAL "THE SMITHS AND MORRISSEY" EPISODE!
  • Stars (Montreal, Canada)
  • 10 This Charming Man
  • Saturday Sessions: The Dermot O'Leary Show
  • (Amazon)
  • cover of: The Smiths

Also On This Episode

This episode features a clip from the UK TV documentary The Importance of Being Morrissey where his political stances, particularly regarding vegetarianism, are addressed. Watch the whole thing here.

Also On This Episode

This episode features clips from a fun segment from NPR's All Things Considered tracing the origins of William Onyeabor, as well as from the new Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey, where in episode 2 Neil deGrasse Tyson explains how every living thing is related, and this is revealed through DNA.

Also On This Episode

This episode features a clip from an NPR story about Johnny Cash's new Out Amongst the Stars (listen), plus a clip from Louis C.K.'s monologue when he recently hosted Saturday Night Live (watch).

  • Quasi (Portland, OR)
  • 10 Let's Get It On
  • Mole City (Bonus CD-R: Quasi Interprets 2013)
  • (hard to get not at their shows, but the web should have copies somewhere)
  • cover to: Marvin Gaye

Also On This Episode

This episode features a clip of David Edelstein's review of Wes Anderson's new film The Grand Budapest Hotel from NPR's Fresh Air with Terry Gross. She also interviewed Wes Anderson about the movie, and it's a great listen! I also talked over nothing but music from the movie's wonderful score (iTunes, Amazon, eMusic) by Alexandre Desplat.