Playlist: September 10th Sirius XMU Download 15

Published on September 22nd, 2011 by

ipod-radioHere’s the September 10th 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.

I know the playlists have been posting a bit late and sporadically. What can I say – it’s summer. I’m on vacation in Amsterdam. Better late than never, I always say…

We also keep a complete Download 15 Archive.

Full track list after the jump.

Sirius XMU Download 15 for Saturday, September 10th, 2011


  1. Neon Indian – Hex Girlfriend
  2. Girls – Honey Bunny
  3. St. Vincent – Cruel
  4. Drums – Money
  5. Das Racist – Relax
  6. Wavves – Nodding Off
  7. Lana Del Rey – Blue Jeans
  8. Los Campesinos! – By Your Hand
  9. Fanfarlo – Replicate
  10. Rapture – How Deep Is Your Love
  11. Kurt Vile – The Creature
  12. Class Actress – Weekend
  13. PJ Harvey – Let England Shake
  14. Yuck – Cousin Corona
  15. Zola Jesus – Seekir
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Comments

  1. Posted by Jason on September 26th, 2011, 15:06

    You should make this a Spotify playlist that we can subscribe to. Pretty Much Amazing has a playlist called Sunday Night Spotify (that is updated every Sunday). It is great to open up Spotify and have a new playlist full of music curated by the blogs I read. Anyway, keep up the good work.

  2. Posted by paige on September 26th, 2011, 16:35

    Hi Jason! Thanks for the suggestion. We’d love to make the Download 15 into a Spotify Playlist. The problem is that because the tracks are so new, almost none of them are available via Spotify. We can look into making a Color Awesome playlist that updates on a regular basis.

  3. Posted by Makenzie Pate on September 30th, 2011, 14:50

    I agree with you, Jason. I’m always wishing for a Color Awesome Spotify playlist. Though like you said Paige, the newest songs are not available on Spotify. I was on another blog today that used Grooveshark to compile playlists and then they put the playlist on a Grooveshark player on their web site. Not as great of a solution as Spotify, but it’s better than having to look up each track individually.

  4. Posted by Makenzie Pate on September 30th, 2011, 14:58

    Example of what I mentioned above: http://prettymuchamazing.com/feature/best-songs-2011/5