MP3: On Air at KSVR: February 15, 2013 Playlist

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On Air at KSVR: February 15, 2013 Playlist MP3

I broke the rules this week on my very unoriginally titled radio show on KSVR Mount Vernon. The Indie Music Show featured a few tracks that are, quite distinctly, not even close to being indie. And one of them kicked off the show. It’s the new track by David Bowie called “Where Are We Now?” Shortly thereafter, I crossed the ocean for a set from France, where I played a track by famed singer an... Source: fensepost.com

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