Playlist: April 30th Sirius XMU Download 15

ipod-radioHere’s the April 30th installment of the Sirius XMU Download 15 playlist. Jake Fogelnest picks ’em and plays ’em, and I find ’em and post ’em. A match made in heaven.

Once again this week, I’ve omitted the download links. Do you miss them? If so, leave a comment, and we’ll consider adding them back again.

We also keep a complete Download 15 Archive.

Full track list after the jump.

Sirius XMU Download 15 for Saturday, April 30th, 2011


  1. Fleet Foxes – Grown Ocean
  2. Antlers – Every Night My Teeth Are Falling Out
  3. Tune-Yards – Gangsta
  4. My Morning Jacket – Holdin On To Black Metal
  5. Hooray For Earth – True Loves
  6. TV On The Radio – Caffeinated Consciousness
  7. Times New Viking – Fuck Her Tears
  8. Of Montreal – L’age D’or
  9. Thao & Mirah – Love Is A Battlefield
  10. Gang Gang Dance – Mindkilla
  11. Titus Andronicus – No Future Pt. 3, Escape Fr
  12. Thurston Moore – Circulation
  13. Lykke Li – Sadness Is A Blessing
  14. Morning Benders – Oh Annie
  15. Beastie Boys (feat. Santigold) – Don’t Play No Game That I Can’t Win)

22 Comments

  1. I started coming to this site because you linked to each track on the download 15. Since you stopped linking I guess I can stop coming to the site. Bad call. Doesn’t serve you or the bands who obviously want the songs downloaded. Website fail.

  2. Please – Please – Please put the links back. They are my savior. It takes me about 3 or 4 listens before I truly can decide on a song. Having these downloads help me here new music a few times, and then decide if I want to try more from that artist. Without them, I think I wouldn’t buy as much music.

  3. What the hell happened to the links? Do you understand what the “download” in download 15 means?

  4. dude,
    why oh why would you leave off the downloads – that’s the only point of putting this stuff up there! Are you purposely doing this to wind us all up?

  5. Hey kiddos, we weren’t just trying to fuck with you. It takes a lot of research to find the tracks online and add the links to the weekly post. It wasn’t clear to me if readers were coming just to see which bands made the list, or if readers wanted to be able to download/listen to the tracks via the post. We appreciate the feedback, and I’ll try and make the effort to continue to find and link the tracks in the future.

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