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WKNC 88.1 FM CHARTS: June 16th, 2015

For the THIRD week in a row, Eskimeaux takes number 1 on radio 200 charts!

WKNC RADIO 200

1. ESKIMEAUX – O.K. – Double Double Whammy
2. UNKNOWN MORTAL ORCHESTRA – Multi-Love – Jagjaguwar
3. JOANNA GRUESOME – Peanut Butter – Slumberland
4. HOP ALONG – Painted Shut – Saddle Creek
5. GIRLPOOL – Before The World Was Big – Wichita
6. ELVIS DEPRESSEDLY – New Alhambra – Run For Cover
7. MY MORNING JACKET – The Waterfall – Capitol
8. METZ – II – Sub Pop
9. SPEEDY ORTIZ – Foil Deer – Carpark
10. THEE OH SEES – Mutilator Defeated At Last – Castle Face
11. TURNOVER – Peripheral Vision – Run For Cover
12. HOT CHIP – Why Make Sense? – Domino
13. SURFER BLOOD – 1000 Palms – Joyful Noise
14. MITSKI – Bury Me At Makeout Creek – Don Giovanni
15. ETERNAL SUMMERS – Gold And Stone – Kanine
16. COURTNEY BARNETT – Sometimes I Sit And Think, And Sometimes I Just Sit – Mom And Pop
17. TORO Y MOI – What For? – Carpark
18. WAXAHATCHEE – Ivy Tripp – Merge
19. CEREMONY – The L-Shaped Man – Matador
20. VAADAT CHARIGIM – Sinking As A Stone – Burger
21. MEW – Plus Minus – Pias
22. NO JOY – More Faithful – Mexican Summer
23. NOVELLA – Land – Sinderlyn
24. CAYUCAS – Dancing At The Blue Lagoon – Secretly Canadian
25. ALEX G – Trick – Lucky Number
26. SHARON VAN ETTEN – I Don’t Want To Let You Down [EP] –Jagjaguwar
27. BOMBADIL – Hold On – Ramseur
28. MIKAL CRONIN – MCIII – Merge
29. PINS – Wild Nights – Bella Union
30. CHASTITY BELT – Time To Go Home – Hardly Art

WKNC TOP 5 ADDS

1. SYLVAN ESSO – H.S.K.T. – Partisan
2. NICK DIAMONDS – City Of Quartz – Manque
3. MATES OF STATE – You’re Going To Make It – Barsuk
4. OF MONSTERS AND MEN – Beneath The Skin – Republic
5. ZELLA DAY – Kicker – Hollywood-Pinetop

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WKNC’s The Lounge Presents – Free Cake for Every Creature

WKNC’s The Lounge Presents – Free Cake for Every Creature 

Lo-fi twee gang Free Cake For Every Creature played a quick session in The Lounge before their show at Slim’s on August 30th, 2014. The stop in Raleigh was the very last date of their extensive tour that led them from their home in New York to the west coast and eventually the lower Atlantic. One of the stops included the actual feminist book store featured in Portlandia. 

You can see what Stereogum said about the tape FCFEC released on dbldblwhmmy records here or just get lost in some of those songs the band performed in the Lounge on our youtube channel