10/28/18 New Noize 92.9 KJEE Santa Barbara's Modern Rock

1. Boygenius "Bite the Hand"
2. Pete Bjorn & John "Gut Feeling" ingrid
3. Lost Under Heaven "Post Millennial Tension"
4. Ian Sweet "Holographic Jesus" hardly arts
5. Bob Mould "Sunshine Rock"
6. Holy Ghost "Anxious"
7. Husky Loops "Everytime I Run"
8. EtheReal & Fourth Star "Political Science"
9. Julia Holter "Whether" domino
10. Beirut "Gallipoli"
11. Amigo the Devil "Everyone Gets Left Behind"
12. Moving Panoramas "Baby Blues"
13. Girlpool "When You Sink"
14. Autopilot "Living Dead"

-Hour 2-

15. Beach House "Alien" sub pop
16. Toro y Moi "Freelance"
17. Jamila Woods "Giovanni"
18. PAINT "Moldy Man"
19. Outrageous Cherry "the Beginning of the End of the Night" burger
20. Thom Yorke "Unmade" xl
21. Daughters "Satan In The Wait"
22. Elvis Costello & the Imposters "Unwanted Number" concord
23. Pill "Midtown"
24. Antarctigo Vespucci "Freakin’ U Out"
25. Thurston Moore "Klangfarben...And The Colorist Strikes Primitiv (Part 2)"


Not On Spotify:

8. EtheReal & Fourth Star "Political Science"
13. Girlpool "When You Sink"
19. Outrageous Cherry "the Beginning of the End of the Night" burger
25. Thurston Moore "Klangfarben...And The Colorist Strikes Primitiv (Part 2)"


Happy Halloween party people and what a weekend it has been. I saw Sting and Shaggy last night and it was fantastic. It was mostly all Sting/Police songs but Mr Loverlover had key moments where he would bust out some of his catalog. It was a nice way to say bye to the 2018 Santa Barbara Bowl season. The SBBowl was good to me this year, some highlights include Arctic Monkeys, alt J, LCD Soundsystem, Portugal the Man, Lizzo opening for HAIM, the KJEE Summer Round Up (Duh), Rise Against, the National, Khruangbin opening for Leon Bridges and the BEST SHOW of 2018 Mr. Jack White


Later this week I'll be seeing Toro Y Moi and he best break out his alter ego Les Sins and give me some tracks off of Micheal. The other thing I will be checking this week is the remake of Suspira and it better be good (If its as good as Thom Yorke's soundtrack its gonna be amazing). Which brings me to an interesting query, how come they only remake amazingly good movies? I mean how many times have you seen a flick in the theaters and been "I could have done better than that?" If I were a director I would only remake terrible movies into fanatic ones, I’m looking at you "The Big Hit" (My god this movie was terrible).


See you next week, enjoy the New Noize Playlist.