SXSWfm: Indie/Pop/Rock – Jun 10

Middle Biscuit is a weekly SXSWfm specialty radio show stream, hosted by Elizabeth Spruiell on MixCloud, which focuses on indie/pop/rock music gems (about an hour long).

SXSWfm_biggerSXSWfm is the official internet radio stream of the South by Southwest (SXSW) Music Festival which will celebrate its 30th anniversary in Austin, Texas from March 15-20, 2016. This is a great way to discover new music.

This is how Elizabeth describes her weekly show every Thursday at 12 & 6 CT.

What is the Middle Biscuit? Literally speaking, it is the warm, highly-coveted, center, perfect biscuit my brothers and I fought over when our Mom set down a pan of her homemade fare. Figuratively, the middle biscuit is a symbol representing any thing that is elite compared to those that surround it. Tune in weekly to feast on what I consider middle biscuit tracks and middle biscuit artists from the massive universe of indie-pop-rock. Mostly new stuff, sometimes classic, either way, you’ll get your fill.

Middle Biscuit #31 (6/10/15) – 46 min

The title and artist for each track is displayed as you listen to the music.

 

Weekly Playlist

  • Temples – Keep in the Dark
  • Benjamin Booker – Wicked Waters
  • Belle & Sebastian – Your Cover’s Blown
  • The War on Drugs – Red Eyes
  • Mac DeMarco – The Way You Love Her
  • The Growlers – Good Advice
  • Catfish and the Bottlemen – Cocoon
  • DMA’s – Laced
  • The Districts – Sing the Song
  • Broncho – NC-17
  • Dawes – Time Spent in Los Angeles
  • Ben Folds – Landed
  • My Morning Jacket – Compound Fracture
  • Spoon – I Just Don’t Understand

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