Monthly Archives: July 2012

July 31, 2012 with Ray and Chris from Found Sound

Last week Ray and Chris opened up Found Sound, downtown Ferndale’s newest record store. As a way of welcoming them to the neighborhood, they were my guest DJs and we all had a great time. We discovered a common love for any version of  “Summertime,” David Ruffin’s lost album, and playing songs at the wrong […]

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July 24, 2012 with Jeff Fournier

Jeff Fournier is one of those guys I’ve seen around for years and never gotten to know, so it was a pleasure spending an evening with him and his great record collection. Some funky grooves, deep psych and a totally unexpected detour into 90s guilty pleasures. I wonder, have the Fabulous Counts and Sugar Ray […]

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July 17, 2012 with The Thornbills

The Thornbills brought tight vocal harmonies to the forest and made their DJ debut with a strong love of Graham Nash, Elliott Smith and Ukrainian tunes.  I also played some songs in tribute to Kitty Wells and Bob Babbit, who had both passed away the day before. Check out the DJ set as well as […]

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July 10, 2012 with Miss N and Meaghan DeGroove

July 10th was a celebration of the birth of the White Wolf, John Na$h! Miss N of the Electric Fire Babies and Meaghan DeGroove guest DJed the night with me, and they brought some heavy grooves.  Check the set below!

Full Playlist for Tuesday In the Forest with Miss N and Meaghan DeGroove – […]

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July 3, 2012 with Zach Shipps and White Violet

July 3rd, also known as Independence Eve, was an epic party for America. Zach Shipps, local producer and member of Electric Six, brought some meat and potatoes rock’n’roll and I kept All American tunes cooking on my side of the grill all night. Plus Brad Elliott was in town from Georgia with his band White […]

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