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August 23, 2012 / jhsaeger

Introducing: Long After Dark Radio

        Starting this week, Long After Dark will run a streaming playlist of its favorite bootlegs, local picks, and hot tracks every Thursday evening. I hope to make this a long-running segment to spotlight Philadelphia-area artists and some of the best in indie music while leaning on some older favorites. This week’s list features new releases and old favorites from The Heavy and The Darkness, as well as a rarity from The Killers doing U2 better than U2. Sneaking in between Artwork and Philly band Shark Tape is “Wolf’s Law,” the brand new single from The Joy Formidable which debuted on youtube today. The session wraps up with one of my favorite jams of all-time, Daryl Hall cutting the funkiest take ever of “I Can’t Go For That (No Can Do)” with Mayer Hawthorne and Booker T. Jones. One may access Long After Dark Radio each week by clicking at the tab at the top of the page or the link below. Enjoy:

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