[Every Sunday from 8 to 10 p.m., Henry Rollins brings an exclusive mix of songs old and new to listeners at 89.9 FM, KCRW. Visit KCRW.com for more information and to stream his show online, or peruse the Radio Notes archives to see past playlists.]
RADIO BROADCAST #375
Fanatic! I am preparing these notes a day early. Tomorrow, I will interview our good pal J Mascis for Magnet magazine. He will be in France and I will be in Los Angeles. We will be talking, at least in part, about the new Dinosaur Jr. album, Give a Glimpse of What Yer Not, which, unsurprisingly, I find to be great from start to finish. Pre-orders for the album are happening now.
The new Kikagaku Moyo album, House in the Tall Grass, is out and it’s really good. Midheaven, one of the most solid mail-order places anywhere, has it.
I just got back from Munich, where I was at the Rockavaria Festival. After I was off, Iggy started 10 minutes later. Great timing for me. He played “Five Foot One,” which was really cool.
OK, so let’s have a look at all the great jams we have lined up here. I know we have a double dose of Iggy because I thought it was the right thing to do. We have another track from the new Lorelle Meets the Obsolete album, Balance. I can’t seem to get a release date on it. It’s a great album. Can’t wait to hear this one on vinyl.
I think I told you that the new Terakaft album Alone finally came out on vinyl. Sounds great.
We are playing a Saint Vitus track. The band’s guitarist wrote me weeks ago and told me they had dates this year with Scott Reagers. I went to their site and there are only dates from last year. Hopefully, they will update at some point.
I think these notes will take longer to read than the time for the show, so I will stop here. We hope you dig the tunes.
Listen often and STAY FANATIC!!!
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01. David Bowie – Stay (single edit) / Fifty-Two Years – The Complete Singles
02. New York Dolls – Trash / New York Dolls
03. The Misfits – In the Doorway / Static Age
04. Shocking Pinks – I Want Ice Tornado / Shocking Pinks
05. Feels – Small Talk / Feels
06. Meatbodies – Valley Girl / single
07. Unrest – Afternoon Train / Wakefield Vol. 2
08. Fursaxa – Candyland / Fursaxa
09. Ashtray Navigations – My Life in the Bush of Tories / The Mechanical Abrasions of Vol. 2
10. Lowtide – Held / Lowtide
11. Scott Walker – 30 Century Man / Scott Walker 3
12. Car Seat Headrest – There Is a Policeman In All Our Heads He Must Be Destroyed Good People / Teens of Denial
13. The Cellos – Juicy Crocodile / Rang Tang Ding Dong
14. Heart – Barracuda / Essential Heart
15. Iggy Pop – Vulture / Post Pop Depression
16. Cloudland Canyon – Faulting Fate / An Arabesque
01. Drinks – Cheerio / Hermits on Holiday
02. Brigitte Fontaine & Areski Belkacem – Petit Sapin / Vous et Nous
03. Suicide – Space Blue / Half Alive
04. Black Tambourine – We Can't Be Friends / Complete
05. Spectres – Rattle the Cage / Hunger
06. The Horrors – Who Can Say / Primary Colours
07. Saint Vitus – The Sadist / Hallow’s Victim
08. The Stooges – Real Cool Time / The Stooges
09. Miles Davis – Florence Sur Les Champs- Lysées / Ascenseur Pour L'échafaud
10. Terakaft – Itilla Ihene Dagh Aitma / Alone (Ténéré)
11. Lydia Kavina – Free Music No. 1 / Spellbound!
12. Lorelle Meets the Obsolete – Balance / Balance
13. VUM – The Other Side / Cryptocrystalline
14. Le Butcherettes – Stab My Back / A Raw Youth
15. Meat Puppets – Tumblin' Tumbleweeds / Meat Puppets
16. Devo – Time Out for Fun (EZ Listening Version) / EZ Listening Muzak
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