Radio Show + Interview with Neuroscientist Sam Mcdougle

Full radio show, aired on WPRB 103.3 Princeton from 2 to 4am on Thursday, September 24th, 2015. The show features an interview with neuroscientist Sam McDougle (doctoral candidate at Princeton University). We discuss the cerebellum, how we learn things, and why that myth that we only use 10% of our brain is bullshit. We also play a few tunes he selected in addition to a song he’s released (on soundcloud) as Polly Hi. You can find more of his songs on his soundcloud site.

Artist Song Album Label
Nina Simone Everyone’s Gone to the Moon
Potty Mouth Truman Show Potty Mouth EP Planet Whatever
Young Fathers Nest White Men are Black Men Too Big Dada
Ben Harper, Blind Boys of Alabama Well, Well, Well There Will Be a Light Virgin
Guantanamo Baywatch Shenanigans Darling…It’s too late Suicide Squeeze
Talk with Sam McDougle
Ultimate Painting Ultimate Painting Ultimate Painting Trouble in Minds Records
Minor Alps Buried Plans Get There Barsuk Records
Sonny and the Sunsets The Application Talent Night at the Ashram Polyvinyl
Friendly Males Done it again Nopalera Lolipop
Talk with Sam McDougle
Give it up Polly Hi N/A N/A
Worriers They/Them/Theirs Imaginary Life Don Giovanni
The Cats Six Packs Grave Desecrator + 4 N/A
Heavens to Betsy Terrorist Calculated Kill Rock Stars
Velvet Underground Pale Blue Eyes The Velvet Underground (45th Anniversary Delux Edition) Universal Records
All Dogs Sunday Morning Kicking Every Day Salinas Records
The Julie Ruin Ha Ha Ha Run Fast TJR Records
Andrew Bird Fake Palendromes The Mysterious Production of Eggs
Fat Creeps Dad Weed Must Be Nice Fat Creeps
Chastity Belt On the Floor Time to go home Hardly Art
Royal Headache Garbage High What’s Your Rupture?
El Ten Eleven My Only Swerving El Ten Eleven Bar/None Records
Reviver Antennas Versificator Exigent Records
Mitski Francis Forever Bury Me At Makeout Creek Don Giovanni

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