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Gabe (Loud Rock)

With Gabe

Sun Sep 3rd 2017 8.00pm–10.00pm

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links help support the station.

Time zone: pacific

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8:08pm

Melvins “Revolve”
from Stoner Witch (Atlantic Records 1994)

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8:13pm

Torche “Loose Men”
from Restarter (Relapse Records 2015)

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8:16pm

Earth “Engine of Ruin”
from The Bees Made Honey In the Lion's Skull (Southern Lord 2008)

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8:23pm

Corrosion of Conformity “Albatross”
from Deliverance (Columbia Records 1994)

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8:28pm

Mestis “Pura Vida”
from Polysemy (Sumerian Records 2015)

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8:38pm

CLUTCH “Burning Beard”
from Robot Hive / Exodus (Deluxe Edition) (Weathermaker Music 2005)

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8:43pm

Om “Unitive Knowledge of the Godhead”
from Pilgrimage (Southern Lord 2007)

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8:48pm

Soen “Lucidity”
from Lykaia (UDR 2017)

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8:54pm

Hymn “Serpent”
from Perish (Svart Records 2017)

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9:06pm

Electric Wizard “Barbarian”
from Dopethrone (Metal Blade Records 2000)

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9:13pm

Pelican “Ephemeral”
from What We All Come to Need (Southern Lord 2009)

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9:18pm

Tombs “Last Days of Sunlight”
from All Empires Fall - EP (Relapse Records 2016)

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9:21pm

Touche Amore “Eight Seconds”
from Stage Four (Epitaph 2016)

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9:23pm

Woe “Drown us with greatness”
from Hope Attrition (Vendetta 2017)

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9:28pm

Intronaut “Fast Worms”
from The Direction of Last Things (Century Media 2015) —These guys are great-- very overlooked band.

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9:34pm

Zhrine “Unortheta” (Season of Mist 2016)

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9:38pm

Vektor “Mountains Above the Sun”
from Terminal Redux (Earache Records Ltd 2016)

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9:40pm

Wo Fat “Lost Highway”
from The Black Code (Small Stone Records 2012)

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9:45pm

Mastodon “Toe to Toes”
from Toe to Toes - single (Reprise Records 2017)

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9:49pm

Russian Circles “Vorel”
from Guidance (Sargent House 2016)

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9:55pm

Monolord “Cursing the One”
from Vænir (RidingEasy Records 2015) —Heavy, slow, doomy riffs segue into creepy, distant vocals. Great track.


Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.