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Broken Records On World Cafe | March 23, 2011 |

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Edinburgh indie-rock band Broken Records started in the wake of a failed recording studio and label. Since then, it's been dubbed Scotland's Arcade Fire by NME. The effect of its chamber violins, cello, accordion, guitars, drums and bass is vibrant, and yet, this dynamic six-piece remains heavily rooted in anthemic pop-rock structures.
Striking up familiar tones, though darker than its predecessor, Let Me Come Home is a combination of yearning and frustration. It's an honest album that sheds a pop-tinged light
on the darkest of emotions.
Hear live cuts from the new album and an interview with host David Dye. (link)
Glasvegas "Euphoria, Take My Hand" Euphoric/Heartbreak
REM "Uberlin" Collapse Into Now
Counting Crows "Daylight Fading" Recovering the Satellite
The Head & the Heart "Cour D'Alene" The Head and the Heart
Frightened Rabbit "Swim Until You Can't See Land" New Album
Broken Records "You Know You're Not Dead" Recorded Live for the World Cafe
Broken Records "I Used to Dream" Recorded Live for the World Cafe
Broken Records "A Darkness Rises Up" Recorded Live for the World cafe
Broken Records "Home" Recorded Live for the World Cafe
The Mountain Goats "Birth of Serpents" All Eternals Deck
The Band "Acadian Driftwood" To Kingdom Come
Tristen "Baby Drugs" Charlatans at the Garden Gate
Elvis Costello "Sneaky Feelings" My Aim Is True
The Shins "Kissing the Lipless" Chutes Too Narrow
Kurt Vile "In My Time" Smoke Ring for My Halo
Free Energy "Dream City" Stuck on Nothing
The Raspberries "Go All the Way" Capitol Collectors
The Civil Wars "Poison & Wine" Barton Hollow
Warpaint "Undertow" The Fool
Chris Isaak "Blue Spanish Sky" Heart Shaped World
Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit "Codeine" Here We Rest
The Rolling Stones "All Down the Line" Exile on Main Street
Freedy Johnston "In the New Sunshine" Can You Fly
TV on the Radio "Will Do" Nine Types of Light
Miike Snow "Animal" Miike Snow