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July 13, 2014 July 16, 2014

This upcoming Sunday we'll be welcoming DELTRON 3030 and bringing Darby Wheeler back into the broom closet. DELTRON 3030 are an alternative hip-hop supergroup that consists of producer Dan The Automator, rapper Del the Funky Homosapien and Kid Koala. They recently released their long-awaited sophomore record Event 2, a follow-up to their critically-acclaimed self-titled release from 2000.

Wheeler will be musing on Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band, in response to The Boss' announcement of his upcoming album release, High Hopes (it drops next January).

As always, we'll be tipping our hats to those ground-breakers and game-changers with a Nod to the Gods, spinning the best new tracks on the Magnificent Seven, Tom Waits on Ten with Tom and we'll set you into the collective horizontal with the Big Lie Down.

Get in here! Join the collective.

Magnificent 7

BROKEN BELLS / Holding On For Life
ESPERANZA SPALDING / We Are American
UNCUT / Stay Gold
BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN / High Hopes
THE PACK A.D. / Big Shot
BRENDAN BENSON / She's Trying To Poison Me
BLOOD ORANGE / Chamakay

Playlist

HEART / Crazy On You
BROKEN BELLS / Holding On For Life
LED ZEPPELIN / Whole Lotta Love
ESPERANZA SPALDING / We Are American
JAMES BROWN / Get On Up
UNCUT / Stay Gold
FRANK ZAPPA / Idiot Bastard Son
DELTRON 3030 / The Return
KERMIT THE FROG / Hurt
MANTRONIX / Who Is It
BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN / High Hopes
BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN & TOM MORELLO / The Ghost of Tom Joad (Live)
BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN & THE E STREET BAND / Growin Up (Live)
RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE / Sleep Now In The Fire
GREG KIHN BAND / The Breakup Song (They Don’t Write Em Like That)
THE PACK A.D. / Big Shot
BRENDAN BENSON / She's Trying To Poison Me
BLOOD ORANGE / Chamakay
JULIANA HATFIELD / Nirvana
BABE RUTH / The Mexican
TOM WAITS / God's Away On Business
DEL & DOMINO OF HIEROGLYPHICS / Freestyle (Live)
DELTRON 3030 / The Agony (feat. Mary Elizabeth Winstead)
SUN RA / Angels & Demons At Play
JOHN PRINE / Sam Stone
JONI MITCHELL / California
PINK FLOYD/ Post War Dream
THE SPECIALS / Nelson Mandela