Wrong Division Playlist: Mar. 23, 2017

Wrong Division airs live every Thursday night from 11pm to 1am on 88.1 FM KDHX. Stream the show at KDHX.ORG and check out past playlists on Spinitron.

Collections of Colonies of Bees “funeral” from Customer
Zevious “Attend to Your Configuration” from Passing Through the Wall
Xbxrx “Here to Ruin the Party” from Wars
Winning “A List of Why Not” from This Is an Ad for Cigarettes
Smother Party “Mr. Mackerel” from Casa Limon
New England Patriots “Ribbit Ribbit” from New England Patriots
Britches “Blue Ruin” from Demonstration
Curt Oren “To Wade in the Water” from Curt Oren
Ugh God “One Left to Jump (Kitty Suicide)” from Deep, Dark, Mysterious and Serioues
Muscle Brain “Friend of America” from Purgatore
Jealousy Mountain Duo “NEED MONEY FOR ACID” from Jealousy Mountain Duo No 3
Cheval de Frise “Connexion Monstrueuse Entre un Objet Et Son Image” from Cheval de Frise
Tarngo “Epoche Egal” from Horman
Devo “Golden Energy” from Hardcore (Collector's Edition)
Battles “Race: Out” from Mirrored
Many Arms “Thought Screen” from Missing Time
CCDS (Death Squad) “322” from Death Rides The Moonbeams!
Coughs “malibu” from Zum Audio Volume 3
Cheer-Accident “This Is the New That” from No Ifs, Ands or Dogs
John Wiese “Arrhythmia” from Zum Audio Volume 3
Lightning Bolt “Forcefield” from Ride the Skies
Neptune “23” from Love and Circuits
Fischessen “Radius 40” from K√∂der
Goat “Hexman” from New Games

This Week In St. Louis: Mar. 19 - 26, 2017

THU. MAR. 23

@ Blank Space | 9pm | donation$ | all ages
-Body Pressure (Austin, TX)
-Pryss (Springfield, IL)
-My Bloody Underwear
-Skin Tags

Dark and murky hardcore ventures up from Austin, Texas and the nearby outpost of Springfield, Illinois. The line up delivers five sets in rapid-fire succession, so expect a compressed night of heavy and heady bands that weave between melodic, noisy and chiseled riffing. 

SUN. MAR. 26

@ Billiken Club | 9pm | $5
-Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith (Los Angeles, CA)

The Billiken Club presents modular synth-based artist Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, who counts the northwest region of Washington state as a spiritual influence on her sound. She employs toppling patterns atop an ambient, serene vibe and applies her studies in composition and sound engineering at the Berklee College of Music to stunning results. 

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