Vagrom Eclectic airs Thursdays at 5pm on DOM Radio 92.9 FM, 89.3 HD3 & Podcasting at Messy.FM.
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Denver's Bison Bone plays the Hi-Dive Thursday November 14th, with JP Harris and White Rose Motor Oil.
Also in this blogpost, how to prep for an alien invasion at the Larimer Lounge this week; a new take on an old Paul Simon song; and a set of keys to power your own podcast, for free. Click read more, to read more.
"When Whitehead writes about loss, love and resentment, there is a psychological and social awareness that informs the lyrics with an uncommon humanity and compassion that transcends genre."
An Americana rock band, Denver's Bison Bone has performed with Volt, Susto, American Aquarium, Israel Nash, Goodnight Texas, Corb Lund, and more.
This week's radio podcast features the track It's Only Goodbye (set one) from Bison Bone's latest EP Take Up the Trouble.
Vagrom Eclectic 11-14-2019
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Run Sheet for Vagrom Eclectic 11-14-2019
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Sarah Love - Old Friends
Bison Bone - It's Only Goodbye
Branko - Sempre (feat. Mallu Magalhães)
Everything But The Girl - Single (2015 Remaster)
Yumenoma - instant 0 in the universe
Kayla Rae - Remind Me
Crane Like The Bird - Kaleidoscope (feat. Sabina Sciubba and Brad Mehldau)
Max Jury - Quicksand
Christine and the Queens - 5 dollars
Tess Henley - Dean Martin
Larians - Dumb
Dreamers Delight - Infinite
Kit Sebastian - Tyranny 20
Kaivon - Light
"The stage of rebirth is over. Enter a time of transformation."
Kaivon lands at Larimer Lounge Saturday November 16, with Vavn and Inzo. Their track "Light" (set three) rounds out this week's Vagrom Eclectic radio podcast.
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