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Fugazi - "Waiting Room"

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I'm preparing to interview Ian MacKaye, and this clip jumped out at me. Fantastic.

"Donald & Sons Hardware" from Liam Lynch

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I meant to post this once, and I'm too lazy to go back and search if I actually did get around to posting it. NO MATTER. It's JUST THAT FUNNY.

Langhorne Slim Interview & Performance on The Sound of Young America

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Show: 
Bullseye
Guests: 
Langhorne Slim

Langhorne Slim is a singer-songwriter whose songs explore the more passionate side of traditional music. His newest album is "Be Set Free." He joined Jesse in the studio for a conversation about his music and a live performance.

Prince - Head (Live in 1981)

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Sometimes I think "Dirty Mind" might surpass "Sign O the Times" as my favorite Prince album. SO MANY POWER JAMS.

Andrew W.K. - She Is Beautiful

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Solid Gold.

Related: WE WANT FUN

The Killer: Not Dead Yet

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Above: Jerry Lee Lewis plays "Whole Lotta Shakin" and "Chantilly Lace" on the BBC in 1972. Below, he rocks Shakin' in 1957:

Jerry Lee is releasing his first country album in years, and it's largely written by Kris Kristofferson. You can hear the first single, "Mean Old Man," on the splash page of Lewis' website, and it's kickass (despite the lack of piano).

Lewis is, after all, the Boogie Woogie Country Man.

By the way -- if you've never heard this album, Jerry Lee Lewis Live at the Star Club, Hamburg, you owe it to yourself to buy a copy. Because it is kick-ass.

Andrew WK does the weather

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Any weather people out there? Local news directors? Can I do the weather, please? Oh man, this looks like fun. Though I guess Andrew could probably make a game of canasta seem like the funnest thing in history.

Andrew WK: Real American Hero, Part Twelve Bajillion

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Via Andrew's twitter feed. Which will make you feel extremely PARTY READY.

Au Revoir Simone: Interview on The Sound of Young America

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Au Revoir Simone
Show: 
Bullseye
Guests: 
Au Revoir Simone

Au Revoir Simone are an all-female, all-keyboard indie pop band from Brooklyn, New York. Their new CD is Still Night, Still Light.

John Vanderslice - "Angela"

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In honor of New Bunny Day, here's a beautiful song about a bunny from class act and past TSOYA guest John Vanderslice.

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