Locals Only Playlist: December 4 with Brothers From Another

December 5, 2016

Steven Graham

We had a doubleheader of great guests on Locals Only this week.

In the first hour, the guys from Brothers From Another joined the show to talk about their upcoming performance at Neumos, One Night Only. The show will be on December 17th. We also premiered a brand new Brothers From Another song that is currently untitled and the guys reminded me of the night I invented the Dab on stage with them a couple years back.

Keep an eye out for new music from BFA in the next couple of weeks and grab your tickets to see them at Neumos on Saturday, December 17th. 

In hour two, Ian and Skylar from Freakout Fest stopped by to talk about the killer lineup they put together this year and how things are going with Freakout Records. They also brought me some unreleased music from Neu Yeuth and we premiered their song "Make A Move."

The lineup is loaded with Locals Only favorites like Smokey Brights, Acid Tongue, Maiah Manser, Cumulus, Erik Blood, Mr. Night Sky and more.

The 2016 Freakout Festival is this Thursday (Dec 8th) and Friday (Dec 9th). Tickets are $5 a day or $28 for a two-day pass. 

"Day Drink" by Brothers from Another

Here is everything we played on Locals Only this week:

  • Brothers From Another - Love The Band
  • Alcapulco Lips - My Time
  • Fly Moon Royalty - Grown Man
  • Beat Connection - For The Record
  • Lisa Prank - Let Me Write Yer Lines
  • Brothers From Another - Funk With Us
  • Damien Jurado - Walrus
  • Deep Sea Diver - Always Waiting
  • Brothers From Another - Untitled (new song)
  • The Moondoggies - Red Eye
  • Smokey Brights - In Demand
  • Hey Marseilles - West Coast
  • Crater - Summer Skin
  • Maiah Manser - Second Skin
  • Kris Orlowski - Enough
  • Acid Tongue - Mac And Me
  • Tellers - Punching Bag
  • Crystal Desert - Trade Ambition
  • Neu Yeuth - Make A Move
  • Cumulus - Do You Remember
  • Naked Giants - Easy Eating
  • Pickwick - Hacienda Motel

Tune into Locals Only every Sunday night for the latest and best music coming up in the Seattle scene.

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