20 songs for a diligent Saturday

Front view, 2 p.m.

Back in May, I cleaned my room. It was a strenuous, detailed undertaking, and I was better for it. Now it’s time to take care of my desk and the greater desk area.

Desk area, overhead, 2 p.m.

While I do so, I’ll leave you with some Good Tunes for your Saturday afternoon, assuming, of course, that you aren’t hearing your own bevy of good tunes at Lolla. Click on the artists’ names for my interviews.

Cheers,

JACK

Rubblebucket — Came Out of a Lady

J.C. Brooks and the Uptown Sound — Baltimore is the New Brooklyn

Mikkey Halsted and Freddie Gibbs — FNB

Open Mike Eagle — Pissy Transmissions (dir. by Fluffy)

Loyal Divide — Vision Vision

Gatz n’ Goods — Untitled

Front view, 5 p.m.
Desk area, overhead, 5 p.m.

Nightlife — Goodbye (dir. by Xack Gibson)

Psalm One — Hermit With a Permit (dir. by Fluffy)

Go Long Mule — Mean Old Dog

Digital Tape Machine — X Tasty (feature/interview coming in December)

Chicago Blues: A Living History — Tear Down the Berlin Wall (organized by Larry Skoller)

Akasha — Ooh U Got Me (dir. by Josh Kalven)

Front view, 7:45 p.m.
Desk area, overhead, 7:45 p.m.

Young General — Snow Night [feat. Marcus Rezak & Ashley Good]

MC Rota — All The Kings Men

Great Divide — Hear My Train

The Boy Illinois — I Quit (dir. by Xack Gibson)

The Shams Band — We’ve Never Met

E-Train — Glow So Hard

Gyasi Kamau — The Reader

PALEFACE and Mo — The Show is On The Road

Front view, 10:15 p.m.
Desk area, overhead, 10:15 p.m.

BONUS MATERIAL:

FiveSTAR — Who Dat freestyle jam, Horse-Drawn Studio, 3.8.10

Tell Your Friends — Tell Your Friends, Perfomer Mag interview

Kosha Dillz — Cellular Phone, Metro, 1.7.11

Rubblebucket — Came Out of a Lady, Double Door, 1.15.11

FiveSTAR & Friends — Power Encore, Double Door, 3.14.11

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2 Replies to “20 songs for a diligent Saturday”

  1. Are you being sarcastic? Tesla was a genius, but this is not? what a Tesla coil even is. also the battery compartment is fairly obvious in the video, watch it again and this time look for any place a battery could be hidden, I’m sure you’ll see it.

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