Welcome to the March 12 episode of Lost & Found Radio where every week we search the web from top to bottom for 1/2 an hour of the the newest independent music anywhere. To listen, you can right click on the link below to download or just click the green play button on the streaming player. Enjoy!

Lost & Found, March 12, 2009

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1)      Hotel EdenHighlights of a Cold and Desperate Song

2)      Conor McAteer – Things You Do for Love

3)      Sing the Body ElectricI’ve Seen Those Stars (Free Download)

4)      Emancipator – Greenland

5)      All These Fingers – Lazin’ No Wylin

6)      Year of the Tiger – Electric

7)      Holcombe WallerThe Unicorn (Free Download)

Consider a PLEDGE or PRE-ORDER of the album today on kickstarter (kck.st/9HoGpV) or on his website (holcombewaller.com) to bring this finished album into the world. 

8)      Jake Allen – Slappy Thang  

Jake Allen will be playing live at Venue 515 in Manitou Springs on March 13, 2010.

 

2 Responses to Lost & Found Radio, March 12, 2010

  1. rence says:

    Great show, might be my favorite Lost & Found so far! I found myself really getting into Sing the Body Electric when that trumpet solo kicked in.

  2. rence says:

    And I’ve been meaning to tell you, I have some (three so far) eclectic underground acts coming through town that may be of interest to you. On March 21 at The Modbo will be Kevin Greenspon, who recently got interviewed by Pitchfork regarding his cassette tape record label. On April 1 at Piano Warehouse will be Paleo, who got interviewed by your very own NPR about his 365 songs-a-year songwriting project. Last, but not least, at Rubbish on April 13, indie pop, acoustic-punk, marching-band Mount Righteous will make their return. (They played here a couple months ago at a house show.)

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