Archive for May, 2008

Tricky Puts Final Touches on Knowle West Boy

Wednesday, May 21st, 2008


Chillville artist Tricky will be gracing us with a new album which drops on September 9 here in the U.S. The LP, entitled Knowle West Boy, is a project that has been going for a couple years and is now in its final stages. According to Tricky, he decided to rewrite the whole album due to its generic sound on the first cut. He started fresh in LA, where he wanted to get influences away from the London area. It should be a treat.

Track Listing:

  1. Puppy Toy
  2. Bacative
  3. Joseph
  4. Veronica
  5. C’mon Baby
  6. Council Estate
  7. Past Mistake
  8. Coalition
  9. Cross to Bear
  10. Slow
  11. Baligaga
  12. Far Away
  13. School Gates
  14. Knowle West Boy

May 18th Catch of the Day – The Cure

Monday, May 19th, 2008


The Cure’s next album is set to be released on September 13; however, you will be able to get a hold of four singles (plus b-side tracks) before the arrival of the untitled LP. Starting this month you can download the exclusive songs on the 13th of May, June, July, until the drop date in August. Today’s catch is called “The Only One”, which sounds like classic Robert and company. Enjoy!

Chillville May 18, 2008

Sunday, May 18th, 2008

Lot’s of new music for you today including She and Him, Bitter:Sweet, and Death Cab for Cutie.

  • Hannah McLendon – Last Flite
  • UNKLE – These Days/What are You To Me
  • She and Him – You Really Got a Hold On Me
  • MGMT – Time to Pretend
  • Radiohead – Weird Fishes/Arpeggi
  • (9:30) Bitter:Sweet – Love Revolution
  • Sia – Breathe Me
  • Massive Attack – Karmacoma (Portishead Experience)
  • Fiona Apple – Across the Universe
  • Corinne Bailey Rae – Like a Star
  • Duffy – Mercy
  • (10:00) Thievery Corporation – Marching the Hate Machines (ft. The Flaming Lips)
  • Shearwater – Rooks
  • Morcheeba – Sao Paulo
  • Crystal Castles – Crimewave
  • Rilo Kiley – With Arms Outstretched
  • Coldplay – Violet Hill
  • (10:30) Aimee Mann – 31 Today (click the link to download this track for free)
  • Saint Etienne – Nothing Can Stop Us Now
  • Spoon – Delicate Place
  • The Postal Service – Sleeping In
  • Scarlett Johansson – Anywhere I Lay My Head
  • The Flaming Lips – Do You Realize
  • (11:00) Portishead – Machine Gun
  • Soulhat – Good to be Gone
  • Lykke Li – Little Bit
  • The Shins – Phantom Limb
  • (11:30) Blank Blue – Ignite
  • Snow Patrol – Run
  • The Cure – The Only One (catch of the day)
  • Sneaker Pimps – 6 Underground
  • Death Cab for Cutie – Grapevine Fries
  • N.E.R.D. – Spazz
  • Ghostland Observatory – Heavy Heart

May 11th Catch of the Day – Headstrong

Sunday, May 11th, 2008


Headstrong is the electronic band out of New York with mastermind Don Jackson at the reigns. They have one of those “ultimate chill out” sounds that is pretty overwhelming when you first hear their tracks. Today’s catch is “Love Calls”, which feature vocals by Kirtsy Hackshaw (who also sings for another Chillville band called Sleepthief). Expect to hear more from Headstrong throughout the weeks; they are too good not to be heard.  Enjoy!

Black Tie Dynasty Visits Chillville

Sunday, May 11th, 2008

DFW based band, Black Tie Dynasty, chilled with us today on the show. They played three live tracks including 2 exclusive never been heard songs off their upcoming album. Listen to the clips below.

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II – “I Like U”

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IV – “Much Scarier”

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VII – “100 Times”

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Chillville May 11, 2008

Sunday, May 11th, 2008

Happy Mothers Day!!! This morning we have Black Tie Dynasty hanging out with us. Check out the A/V Vault to hear the interview and some exclusice live tracks from our 101X studio. You can also get more info on BTD here.

  • Massive Attack – Protection (J Sw!Ft Mix)
  • Garbage – Bleed Like Me
  • David Usher – Black Black Heart
  • Death Cab for Cutie – I WIll Posses Your Heart
  • My Brightest Diamond – Inside a Boy
  • Coldplay – Viva La Vida
  • (9:30) Sarah Polley – Courage
  • Pavement – Cut Your Hair
  • Coldcut/Hexastatic – Timber
  • The Promise Ring – Things Just Getting Good
  • Doves – Lost Souls
  • Belaire – Hit & Miss
  • (10:00) The Flaming Lips – Waiting for Superman
  • Ghostland Observatory – Band Marches On
  • Ladytron – Ghosts
  • The Beta Band – Squares
  • Radiohead – High and Dry
  • Black Tie Dynasty – I Like U (live in studio)
  • (10:30) Thievery Corporation – Lebanese Blonde
  • Beck – Que Onda Guerro
  • Talvin Singh – Traveller
  • Black Tie Dynasty – Much Scarier (live in studio)
  • The Books – Don’t Even Sing About It
  • (11:00) Soul Coughing – Soft Serve
  • Imogen Heap – Headlock
  • Nouvelle Vague – Making Plans for Nigel
  • Black Tie Dynasty – 100 Times (live in studio)
  • Moby – Ooh Yeah
  • The Cure – This is a Lie
  • (11:30) Headstrong – Love Calls (catch of the day)
  • Matt Costa – Sunshine
  • Hot Chip – Colours
  • Tahiti 80 – Yellow Butterfly
  • XTC – King for a Day
  • The Postal Service – The District Sleeps Alone Tonight

Your Live Music Weekend

Friday, May 9th, 2008

Tonight is a Chillville night at Stubbs with Sounds Under Radio and Jets Under Fire. Sounds Under Radio has a big indie rock sound that you can get some idea of after hearing that one of their songs was on the Spiderman 3 soundtrack. Jets Under Fire is piano-heavy indie pop; a band that knows when to make crashing waves of noise, and when to fall back and let vocalist Jason Poe’s expressive voice carry them.

On Saturday, you should try and catch the What Made Milwaukee Famous show with The Whigs at Antones: WMMF, besides being homegrown, puts on an incredibly dynamic live show; if you like their recorded material you’ll love how much more they can bring to a concert. Definitely worth seeing, especially as they won’t be doing another show in town until their Austin City Limits appearance in fall. 101X has been playing ‘Sultan’ a lot recently, but check out ‘Self-Destruct’ for a more chill sound from them.

Also a strong contender for your Saturday evening, Black Tie Dynasty, another Chillville favorite, will be playing Red Eyed Fly at 9. Describing these guys as 80’s-influenced doesn’t do them justice; like VHS or Beta, they ride the fine line of acknowledging their musical predecessors without feeling like they are ripping them off. BTD gives a nostalgic nod to bands like The Smiths and Depeche Mode, and then innovatively reinterprets the sound. You’ve probably heard them on the show before, but make sure to also tune in this Sunday morning, when they’ll be in studio for an acoustic set that promises to rock in an entirely different way from the night before.