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This is the last week before our end of the month “favorite songs of the month” review. If NEXT has played a song that you really liked this month please let us know. Make your voice be heard. Plus, we always enjoy hearing what turns NEXTers on.

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Artist and Song Title:

Phosphorescent – Ride On/Right On
Rodrigo y Gabriela – The Soundmaker
The Afghan Whigs – Algiers
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club – Hate The Taste
Angel Olsen – Hi Five
Vance Joy – Riptide
Bear Hands – Giants
Small Houses – The Last Night of Summer
Hospitality – Going Out
Phantogram – Fall in Love
Lost in the Trees – Past Life
Childhood – Solemn Skies
Lydia Loveless – Wine Lips
The Babies – Get Lost

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3 Comments

  • I went into this show wondering if any song this week could topple Afghan Whigs and learned the answer is…. no. Love that the Whigs are back and love even more that, “Algiers.” is a really, really good song. Hospitality is another favorite for me, bunch a nice songs on that album.

  • It is one those week that I call exceptional. It catches on very quickly.
    Specially the Afghan Whigs .
    Other favorites Phosphorescent, Rodrigo y Gabriella and Phantogram.
    And I enjoyed , well almost every selection.
    Exceptional

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