Playlist: 4.23.09 MTV2 Subterranean

Published on April 30th, 2009 by

subterranean_08_281x211For years I’ve been watching Subterranean on MTV2, and before that, the original MTV alternative/indie music video show 120 Minutes. While YouTube has lessened the impact of video shows like Subterranean, I still like to tune in each week to see a handful of interesting indie videos.

Much like Sirius XMU’s “Download 15” playlist, I don’t understand why these playlists aren’t archived online, so I’ve taken it upon myself to do so.

This week’s Subterranean was hosted by Matt & Kim and featured artists from Green Label Sound. My fav was “Bigg Bills” by Flosstradamus ft. Caroline Polachek. Enjoy!


Subterranean Video Playlist for 4.23.09:


    Matt & Kim – Lessons Learned
    Silversun Pickups – Panic Switch by James Frost
    Passion Pit – the Reeling by Humble
    The Cool Kids – Pennies by Joe Esquivel
    Doves – Kingdom of Rust by China Moo-Young
    Bat For Lashes – Daniel by Johan Renck
    Riverboat Gamblers – A Choppy Yet Sincere Apology by Mateo Suarez
    Marissa Nadler – River of Dirt by Joana Linda
    Flosstradamus ft. Caroline Polachek – Big Bills by Kevin McAlester and Ghost Robot

Marissa Nadler – River of Dirt – Directed by Joana Linda from Kemado Records on Vimeo.

Flosstradamus ft. Caroline Polacheck – “Big Bills” from S a k u r a on Vimeo.

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Comments

  1. Posted by Donkey Hotay on May 4th, 2009, 10:43

    They put up all the weekly Subterranean playlists here, going back a long ways but not all the way back to 120 Minutes…

    http://www.mtv.com/ontv/dyn/subterranean/videos.jhtml

  2. Posted by paige on May 4th, 2009, 10:54

    Thanks for the link. They do archive the complete show, but they don’t provide a lit of videos played or access to individual videos. Sure wish they would.

    http://120minutes.42st.org did Subterranean playlists up until 2006, but they stopped when Subterranean stopped having a live VJ.

  3. Posted by JustinC on May 11th, 2009, 10:38

    Really like the playlists. Please keep it up.