The Last No Slaw In The Freezer EVER

Folks, this is it. The last No Slaw In The Freezer ever. Like, ever ever. It's been a whole lot of fun and, uhhh, sure. I know, you haven't heard from me in nine months and now I'm dropping this on you. Like you don't have enough going on with the new kid, the job, the house, and what-have-you. Trust me, it's worth it (sort of?)

On today's show, DJ Pants co-hosts and we play some of our favorite tracks from 2015.

Thanks for listening. I'll be co-hosting a new show with DJ Pants every Wednesday from 6-8am (9-11am EST) beginning January 6. Listen to today's show for more information.


  1. Holding Horses by Colleen on Captain (Thrill Jockey)
  2. Sunken Living Area by Heathered Pearls on Body Complex (Ghostty International)
  3. Night by John Carpenter on Lost Themes (Sacred Bones)
  4. Heavy Electricity by No Spill Blood on Heavy Electricity (Sargent House)
  5. Hobgoblin by Strategy on Noise Tape Self (Further Records)
  6. F Minor by Kid606 on Bored Of Excitement (Tigerbeat6)
  7. Rock and Roll Forever With The Customer In Mind by Pile on You're Better Than This (Exploding In Sound)
  8. This is the News by Mike Krol on Turkey (Merge Records)
  9. Signs To Lorelei by Cheatahs on Mythologies (Wichita Records)
  10. You Were The First by The Velvet Teen on All Is Illusory (Topshelf Records)
  11. B a noBody by Soak on Before We Forgot How To Dream (Rough Trade)
  12. The Knock by Hop Along on Painted Shut (Saddle Creek)
  13. I Can't Play Piano Pt.1 by Jon Benjamin Jazz Daredevil on Well I Should Have... Learned How To Play Piano (Subpop)
  14. As This Moment Slips Away by The Bad Plus and Joshua Redman on The Bad Plus Joshua Redman (Nonesuch)
  15. Dragged Out by Chelsea Wolfe on Abyss (Sargent House)
  16. Reptilian Soul by Mutoid Man on Bleeder (Sargent House)
  17. In The Past, Perfect: Moving West And Moving On by Hold Down The Ocean on We Know Why We're Here
  18. Bury Our Friends by Sleater Kinney on No Cities To Love (Sub Pop)
  19. All Coltrane Solos At Once (Feat. Halleek Maul) by Saul Williams on Martyr Loser King (Fader)