On The Way Up | Episode 24

Sep 5, 2017

Get set for some modern day honky-tonk and roots rock from Eilen Jewell, JD McPherson and newcomer Haley Thompson-King, plus a new double disc from Luna, who fortunately decided to get back together, plus we’ll go dark with a couple picks from our nighttime sound -- a truly deep concept record from Public Service Broadcasting paired up with a classic track from Joy Division for our Segue Of The Week. DJ For A Day features WNCW midday host and Rhythm Theorem host Scotty Robertson, as we share stories of just how wrong things can go with live guests on the radio. They’re the kind of stories that for us are funny now but were mostly painful when they began.

Playlist:

  • Haley Thompson-King “Large Hall, Slow Decay” from Psychotic Melancholia
  • JD McPherson “Undivided Heart & Soul” from Undivided Heart & Soul
  • Eilen Jewell “You’ll Be Mine” from Down Hearted Blues
  • David Ramirez “Watching From A Distance” from We’re Not Going Anywhere
  • Luna “Fire In Cairo” from A Sentimental Education
  • Tyler Childers “Purgatory” from Purgatory
  • Fireside Collective “In From The Cold” from Life Between The Lines
  • [DJ For A Day with Scotty Robertson]
  • Public Service Broadcasting “Progress” from Every Valley
  • Joy Division “She’s Lost Control” from Unknown Pleasures (Segue Of The Week)