Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Last Week's Radio UTD Charts

Adds:
1 DAMIEN JURADO And Now That I'm In Your Shadow Secretly Canadian
2 PATTERN IS MOVEMENT Canonic Hometapes
3 DOSH The Lost Take Anticon
4 PIT ER PAT Pyramids Thrill Jockey
5 DAN SARTAIN Join Dan Sartain Swami


Charts:
1 BEACH HOUSE Beach House Carpark
2 GRIZZLY BEAR Yellow House Warp
3 COMPILATION Chrome Children Stones Throw
4 PERNICE BROTHERS Live A Little Ashmont
5 TV ON THE RADIO Return To Cookie Mountain Interscope
6 CHANGES Today Is Tonight AAM
7 JUNIOR BOYS So This Is Goodbye Domino
8 AKRON/FAMILY Meek Warrior Young God
9 SPARKLEHORSE Dreamt For Light Years In The Belly Of A Mountain Astralwerks
10 BONNIE PRINCE BILLY The Letting Go Drag City
11 PORTASTATIC Be Still Please Merge
12 CHAD VANGAALEN Skelliconnection Sub Pop
13 LOW LOWS Fire On The Bright Sky Warm
14 MY MORNING JACKET Okonokos: Double Live Album ATO
15 OVER THE ATLANTIC Junica Carpark
16 MASTODON Blood Mountain Warner Bros.
17 YO LA TENGO I'm Not Afraid Of You And I Will Beat Your Ass Matador
18 ALBUM LEAF Into The Blue Again Sub Pop
19 IN CIVILIAN CLOTHING We Made A Killing, We Made A Mess Right Place
20 MOUNTAIN GOATS Get Lonely 4AD
21 RICHARD BUCKNER Meadow Merge
22 CHIN UP CHIN UP This Harness Can't Ride Anything Suicide Squeeze
23 FOUR TET Remixes Domino
24 R.E.M. And I Feel Fine... The Best Of The I.R.S. Years 1982-1987 Capitol
25 TORTOISE A Lazarus Taxon Thrill Jockey
26 SANDRO PERRI Plays Polmo Polpo
27 DR. DOG Takers And Leavers [EP] Park The Van
28 PERE UBU Why I Hate Women Smog Veil
29 LEMONHEADS The Lemonheads Vagrant
30 VIVA VOCE Get Yr Blood Sucked Out Barsuk

9 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I usually ignor these posts but I've got to say something this time.

Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't UTD an internet only station? Do they report to CMJ? Why are you posting this play list? Aren't there literally a million places that we can find music on the internet? I don't see any local bands on this list so...whats the big deal?

1:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And somewhere off in the distance.....

....someone cared.

2:53 PM  
Blogger stonedranger said...

well I'm glad you're taking a stand on this important issue.

4:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm sure that this may go without saying, but Bonnie Prince Billy "I See A Darkness" is, in my opinion, a very good album. Solid songwriting throughout and really sparse details that require headphones for proper listening.

Has anyone heard the new BPB album and what are your thoughts?

6:07 PM  
Blogger stonedranger said...

I agree. I love it.

6:20 PM  
Anonymous radio utd said...

i know this post is already dead, and most likely no one will read this, but i'd just like to clarify a few things.

yes, radio UTD is internet only. it was started in february 2003, and it's been getting gradually larger since then. but getting a frequency takes time and lots of money. the latter we don't have much of, be we make do. waiting for the FCC to open a filing window for a low power FM signal takes a while as well. the market here is saturated.

yes, radio UTD reports the charts you see each week to CMJ, and we have been for almost three years now. we've also attended the past two CMJ conferences, and are attending the conference at hte beginning of novermder also. we've also gone as a statio to the past two SXSW and team clermont balls in athen, ga. i'd say it's rare to meet other texans trying to do college radio, and even more rare to meet anyone from the metroplex at these events.

there are millions of places to find music on the internet. good point.

as far as the local bands go, we rarely get music submitted to us from local bands. if we do, they're through one promotion company based in athens, ga. based on what we receive for on-air play at the station, you'd think that there is a total ban on making music in the state of texas. a few misra records releases, good records releases, and some black angels, and that's about it. if you're in a band and you want your stuff played and possibly charted, then send it in:

Radio UTD
P.O. Box 830688 SU21
Richardson, TX 75080-0688

so yes, we may not seem important, and we've never claimed to be important. we're a diversion for the students at a very socially bankrupt university. we try to put together shows that aren't typical of other college radio station. we have a fairly diverse listener base and try to attract people not only from DFW but from all over. and every semester we try to entertain everyone with a show. shiny around the edges, bosque brown, and the strange boys have played in the past. and coming up on friday is the baptist generals and teenage symphony.

i know that bored the one guy that read it, but i just wanted to make those points.

8:54 PM  
Blogger stonedranger said...

I think Radio UTD is one of the best things going in the area, which is why I post those charts each week, and why I will continue to do so. Radio UTD is the only entity in this area that is playing the kind of music it does, and that, to me, is pretty significant.

11:14 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for the informative response! I wasn't trying to bag on anyone, just trying to get some questions answered. Hopefully a frequency will open up for you guys soon.

6:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Open up yr own frequency. Ever heard of doing the "fuck the FCC"
thing? If you get busted once nothing will happen.

5:24 PM  

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