Acts of Volition Radio: Session 28

Acts of Volition Radio: Session Twenty Eight

This session of Acts of Volition Radio is party will test your musical attention span with some long songs, but will reward you with some music gratification.

Acts of Volition Radio: Session Twenty Eight (42MB Ogg Vorbis) (or 38MB MP3)
Songs short and long. Recorded Saturday, April 7, 2007 by Steven Garrity. Run time: 41min.

Session Twenty Eight Playlist:

  1. Joel Plaskett – Snowed In
  2. Fountains of Wayne – Fire in the Canyon
  3. The Shins – Sleeping Lessons
  4. The Arcade Fire – Intervention
  5. Matthew Sweet – Thunderstorm
  6. Explosions in the Sky – Your Hand in Mine

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10 thoughts on “Acts of Volition Radio: Session 28

  1. Steven,

    As always, awesome set!! I was particularly blown away by the Matthew Sweet tune. You’ve sold another album for him. I guess it is true, less is more man. I’ve seen IM’s flying about between my friends tonight: “dude, there is a new AOV!” You rock the house mate!


  2. Jorge, the way I have my weblog setup, it’s not easy to have more than one podcast feed. I figured more podcast users would be able to use MP3, so I went with that. Hopefully I’ll have a better setup at some point.

  3. For what it’s worth, Explosions in the Sky have four songs featured in the “Friday Night Lights” movie, including your Hand in Mine. The movie was outstanding and did an incredible job of incorporating music.

  4. Hi Steven, Explosions in the Sky, nice track, I’ll have too look into them. Very similar mood to a couple tracks that I’ve heard from

    The Swords Project

    and one of the best band named ever, Godspeed You Black Emperor.

    Also worth checking out for really nice instrumental soundscapes is The Sea.

  5. I’m quite late to Session 28, but as always, a great selection of music, even if I don’t dig all of it. 😀

    You suckered me into the Matthew Sweet, man.

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