Homemade Jam

Homemade Jam 210
Homemade Jam 210

Part 1

“Crazy” – Lofts from “Sunspells EP”

“Kevin! Get Out of the Cookie Cabinet” – Yakbak from “Yakbak EP”

“Launch in Five” – Why The Wires from “All These Dead Astronauts”

“Numbered Sky” – The Atomic Forces from “Folk Machina”

Part 2

“If I Didn’t Know Better” – El Caminos from “10 and 2”

“It Fades” – The Starry Mountain Sweetheart Band from “The Starry Mountain Sweetheart Band”

“Black T-Shirt” – GoGone from “GoGone”

“Saturday” – Spilt Milk from “Apogee”

Part 3

“Give It Back” – Mosaic Foundation from “Do Right”

“Drug War” – Thousands of One from “Scarab”

“Radioactive” – Thunder Body from “Radioactive”

Seeds” – Big Mean Sound Machine from “Marauders

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