The Harry Bells, Caz And The Day Laborers

By WAMU Staff

D.C. rocksteady outfit Caz and the Day Laborers
D.C. rocksteady outfit Caz and the Day Laborers James Walker

Songs heard on WAMU 88.5 on May 31, 2016, as part of our new Capital Soundtrack project.

The Harry Bells

“Rum and Coca Cola”

from Roosevelt Island EP

Feedel Band

“Girl From Ethiopia (Live at WAMU)”

Andrew Grossman

“Awakening to the Warm Glow of a Computer Screen”

from The Man + The Machine

The Greatest Hoax

“Opus No. 11”

from Vol. 1

More Humans

“Mt. Oblivion”

from Hot Cloud

The Sea Life

“Sex Appeal, Pt. 1”

from In Basements


“Island in the Sky”

from Canyonlands

The Evens

“Cache is Empty”

from Get Evens


“The Blooming”

from Odd Spring

The Bumper Jacksons


from Too Big World


“Bright Angel Falls”

from Bright Angel Falls

Le Loup

“Go East”

from Family


“Be Thankful”

from Why Not ?


“Every Night”

from Every Night EP

Memphis Gold

“Do You Still Want Me”

from Gator Gon' Bitechu!

Dan Deacon

“Of the Mountains”

from Bromst

Part of Capital Soundtrack

What does Washington sound like? Capital Soundtrack, a new music project from WAMU 88.5, explores that question. This summer, we’re turning over our airwaves to musicians from D.C., Maryland and Virginia. We’re doing that by overhauling the sounds you hear during our talk shows and news breaks, and dedicating all of our interlude music to local artists. So while you take in the news that matters to you — whether during Morning Edition with Matt McCleskey or The Kojo Nnamdi Show — the atmosphere of the day's events will be shaped by sounds from our region. Capital Soundtrack is our way of amplifying our local musicians and tapping into the rich and diverse sounds of this place we call home. Let WAMU connect you with the sounds of Washington.

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