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Guest Playlist: Adam Gross of S.M. Wolf
Posted January 30, 2018 by Seth Johnson
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Seth Johnson
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January 30, 2018
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  1. "Burden Time" - Everything, Now!
  2. "Allison Cole" - Sleeping Bag
  3. "I Everything" - Peter & the Kings
  4. "Portal of Doom" - Sir Deja Doog
  5. "Elixir" - Norman Oak
  6. "Campfire Girls' Weekend Party" - Prizzy Prizzy Please
  7. "Bad Address" - Cooked Books
  8. "Come Back Big Brother" - The Rutabega
  9. "Queen Jack Electric" - Queen Jack Electric
  10. "Take Me From Diamond Head" - Jookabox
  11. "Some Terrys" - Everthus the Deadbeats
  12. "It's OK to Try New Things" - Vess Ruhtenberg
  13. "John Merrick Circa 1883" - Resting Rooster
  14. "Hokusai" - The Delicious
  15. "We Love The Light" - Christian Taylor
  16. "You Are Shaun Gannon" - The Bonesetters
  17. "Last Honest Man" - Jascha.

 

I decided to hand off the playlist-making responsibilities for a week to Adam Gross, frontman of S.M. Wolf and new MFT board member. See below for a statement from Adam on his playlist, and be sure to share if you dig what you're hearing!

"When Seth asked me to make a playlist for MFT, I was super pumped. I knew that there were probably some good gems from the glory days of the late aughts that I hadn't listened to in a while tucked away in the archive, so I was excited to dig through it with a purpose. Then I got on, went to the bands section and froze. I couldn't think of anything! In came my self critic, and I began doubting myself. "Do I really love local music like I say I do?" Have I really supported my brethren in other local acts like they've supported me? When I like one of Rob Peoni's #listenlocal posts on instagram am I just doing it to LOOK supportive, while in reality I'm a deceptive traitor to my local music community?!" But then, I started making my way through the alphabet, and hot damn, there was so much good stuff in there! My playlist ended up being over 30 songs long, so I had to painfully cut a lot of them, but I think that what is left will be a delight for the ears, mind, and whatever that thing is we call a soul. Bottom line is, there is truly an endless supply of good shit in this archive, and we all should indeed listen to more MFT."

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