That Sound #84 - Best of the Aughts Vol 4 - The Books, M83, Bloc Party, The Blow, Beirut, more!

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(artist - song - album + purchase link :: extra info)

The Mountain Goats - This Year - The Sunset Tree
The Books - Be Good To Them Always - Lost and Safe
LCD Soundsystem - Disco Infiltrator - LCD Soundsystem
Trespassers William - Lie in the Sound - Different Stars
M83 - Teen Angst - Before the Dawn Heals Us
Maria Taylor - Xanax - 11:11
Harvey Danger - Little Round Mirrors - Little by Little…
Bloc Party - Like Eating Glass - Silent Alarm
Laura Veirs - Magnetized - Year of Meteors
Sufjan Stevens - The Man of Metropolis Steals Our Hearts - Illinnois
The Blow - Parantheses - Paper Television
Grey Anne - The Liking - Facts & Figurines
Peter Bjorn and John - Young Folks - Writer’s Block
Band of Horses - The Funeral - Everything All the Time
Beirut - Postcards from Italy - Gulag Orkestar
The Concretes - Song for the Songs - In Colour
Hot Chip - Boy from School - The Warning
The Decemberists - O Valencia! - The Crane Wife
Laura Gibson - Hands in Pockets - If You Come to Greet Me
Viva Voce - From the Devil Himself - Get Yr Blood Sucked Out

5 Responses to “That Sound #84 - Best of the Aughts Vol 4 - The Books, M83, Bloc Party, The Blow, Beirut, more!”

  1. Billy Says:

    I have been a long time subscriber and LOVE everything that you do re this podcast. Thank you, and Happy New Year!

  2. Jason Says:

    Such a great mix.

    Thanks Dave, you rock!

  3. Kirk Says:

    Oh man, Dave, Grey Anne is incredible. Thanks for the intro. I found a video of her performing “The Liking” live in Portland and it’s really heartbreaking.
    I’m on the fourth play now

  4. Dave Says:

    Yeah, that one gets me too, pretty much every time.

    She’s got a new Christmas album out, of Emily Dickinson poems set to traditional carols. You can check it out here:

  5. Kirk Says:

    I didn’t know she was formerly Per Se, but I guess that explains why I was so keen on Per Se.

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