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Wednesday, August 14,2013
A Trolley Show

Bombay Bicycle Club: A Trolley Show

Londoners perform 'Shuffle' on the MTS

By Ryan Bradford
Ever see a puppy so cute that you just want to squeeze it until its little head comes off? Not that you’re into hurting animals, but it’s the only way your brain can handle the overloaded pleasure receptors.
Wednesday, August 7,2013
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T. Hardy Morris: A Trolley Show

Dead Confederate member performs 'Disaster Proof' on the MTS

By Ryan Bradford
In this episode of A Trolley Show, Morris performs “Disaster Proof,” a rolling, sunburned song that could fit into the Neil Young catalog.
Wednesday, July 31,2013
A Trolley Show

IAmDynamite: A Trolley Show

Michigan duo performs 'Where Will We Go' aboard the MTS

By Ryan Bradford
In this episode of the A Trolley Show, the Michigan duo perform a driving rendition of “Where Will We Go.” With just a guitar and an egg shaker, these two make the tune sound like a machine gun, and singer Christopher Martin’s off-camera stare is just as unnerving.
Wednesday, July 24,2013
A Trolley Show

X Ambassadors: A Trolley Show

New York brooders perform 'Litost' on the MTS

By Ryan Bradford
We first heard of X Ambassadors when their music showed up in the movie adaptation of Stephanie Meyer’s The Host, which makes sense: it’s the perfect accompaniment to the glowering
Wednesday, July 17,2013
A Trolley Show

JJAMZ: A Trolley Show

Group performs 'Suicide Pact' on the MTS

By Ryan Bradford
In this episode of a A Trolley Show, JJAMZ—which features members of Maroon 5, The Like and Phantom Planet—performs for a group of MTS commuters.
Wednesday, July 10,2013
A Trolley Show

Blood Red Shoes: A Trolley Show

English duo performs 'Lost Kids' on the MTS

By Ryan Bradford
Blood Red Shoes are intense. Listen to their albums and you get the sense that they spend their free time talking about dichotomies, revolutions and other punk stuff that seems to have a particular fierceness when it comes from Europe.
Wednesday, July 3,2013
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The Wombats: A Trolley Show

Liverpudlians perform 'Jump into the Fog' for the MTS

By Ryan Bradford
It might be expected for a couple of Liverpudlians to bring their own gloom to summer, but The Wombats are normally pretty happy-go-lucky.
Wednesday, June 26,2013
A Trolley Show

Crystal Fighters: A Trolley Show

Spanish band performs 'LA Calling' on the MTS

By Ryan Bradford
Ever wondered what a band would sound like if it mixed the tropic-tinged sound of Vampire Weekend (sans the grooming) with the communal, group-love characteristics of bands like Edward Sharpe or The Polyphonic Spree? Crystal Fighters would likely be the answer.
Wednesday, June 19,2013
A Trolley Show

The Stone Foxes: A Trolley Show

Blues band performs 'Cotto' in Solana Beach

By Ryan Bradford
In this episode of A Trolley Show, we take a detour in Solana Beach where, unfortunately, the trolley doesn’t go. But that doesn’t stop the boys from The Stone Foxes from performing a lively version of their song “Cotto” before their show at The Belly Up.
Wednesday, June 12,2013
A Trolley Show

The Heavy Guilt: A Trolley Show

Expansive band brings all their toys on the MTS

By Ryan Bradford
If ever there were a McGyver of music, The Heavy Guilt’s Al Howard would be it. Give the guy a box of Rice-A-Roni, a saw blade and some chains and you’ll probably get a song out of it.
 
 
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