RADIO BROADCAST #277
Fanatics! Thank you so much for checking out these notes. Before anything, I hope you are digging the summer, or whatever weather you're in and that these amazing songs we have lined up for you are just what you need.
A few highlights to note. The Calico Wall track in the first hour is a real gem. I don't know anything about them but what a track. Also, check the alt. Bowie track. I bought this bootleg CD in New York some time in the last century and it's a real find. I know there are some hardcore Bowie collectors out there. I wish I knew more about the rarer stuff because if there are more outtakes as interesting as the one we are playing tonight, I really want to hear them.
Not meaning to make you angry or anxious but I have had the opportunity to listen to the Sunn 0))) / Scott Walker collaboration. It's really great. It's in a way, kinda what I thought it was going to be but there are many moments when band and man really take it to some interesting places. We will be getting into this one as soon as we get the promo copy and go ahead to unleash it. I am in touch with their press person and will hopefully be kept in the loop. If you are a fan of either or both of these forces of nature, you will be pleased.
I am so jammed with the television show that I have no time to make it to any shows. I did get at least ten records listened to yesterday, which was amazing.
Pine Smoke Lodge – Haligdaeg CD
Boris – Noise CD
Lorelle Meets the Obsolete – Corruptible Faces LP
Chain and the Gang – Minimum Rock n Roll LP
Alligator Crystal Moth – Magic Swamp Kingdom CD
Aquarelle – August Undone LP
Midwich – Inertia Crocodile CD
Lorelle Meets the Obsolete – On Welfare LP
Scott Walker / Sunn 0)))
Hedersleben 2 – Die Nuen Welten CD
Also, this is happening early next month: Omar Souleyman in Conversation with Henry Rollins at the Grammy Museum
I look forward to meeting the man.
Fanatics, I don't think you need me to tell you about music but I would like to say, I think we have assembled a bodacious assortment of tunes for your enjoyment. That is what it's all about.
Stay loud and STAY FANATIC!!!
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01. Le Butcherettes – Demon Stuck In Your Eye / Cry is for the Flies
02. Thee Oh Sees – Penetrating Eye / Drop
03. The Calico Wall – I'm A Living Sickness / Trash Box Vol. 3
05. Ballroom Blitz – Ballroom Blitz / The Chiswick Singles
06. David Bowie – Up The Hill Backwards / Vampires of Human Flesh
07. Stan Getz & João Gilberto – The Girl From Ipanema / Getz/Gilberto
08. Death – Freakin Out / …For the World to See
09. The Stooges – Scene Of The Crime / The Stooges & Beyond
10. Tom Waits – Goin' Out West / Bone Machine
11. Gene Summers – Taboo / Lux & Ivy's Favorites Vol. 4
12. Bad Times – Momma Told Me So / Bad Times
13. Trin Tran – Round Right / Far Reaches EP
14. Marnie Stern – East Side Glory / The Chronicles of Marnie
15. Fursaxa – Song Of The Spindle Berry / Kobold Moon
16. The Mark Of Cain – Heart of Stone / promo single
17. The Sunnyboys – I Can't Talk To You / This Is Real
18. The Saints – Run Down / Eternally Yours
19. Kim Salmon & The Surrealists – Turn Turn / Grand Unifying Theory
01. Ex-Cult – Midnight Passenger / Midnight Passenger
02. Son Palenque – Cumbia Africana / Afro-Colombian Sound Modernizers
03. Alternative TV – Action Time Vision / the Radio Sessions
04. Dark – Zero Time / Dark Round the Edges
05. Dara Puspita – Puyaili (Thai Folk Song) / 1966-1968
06. Dick Diver – Bondi 98 / Calendar Days
07. Dion & The Belmont – The Wanderer / Runaround Sue
08. Ty Segall – Caesar – Singles 2007-2010
09. Public Enemy – She Watch Channel Zero?! / It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back
10. Laurie Anderson – Someone Else's Dream / The Ugly One with the Jewels
11. Julie Ruin – In The Picture / single
12. Thong Thaithin Isan – No One Can Defeat / Molam: Thai Country Groove From Isan Vol. 2
13. The Weather – California Oranges / Little Darla Has A Treat For You: Vol. 20
14. Kikagaku Moyo – White Moon / Forest Of Lost Children
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