Today’s show is oriented towards singer songwriters and somewhat traditional americana. Dan Sartain redefines cow punk on his new album called Western Hills. Then we go to Detroit where we check out the new music from The Codgers. Another new album from Detroit is from The Whiskey Charmers. We also go to the swamps of Louisiana and hear the new music from Sonny Landreth, Michael Doucet and introduce Lost Bayou Ramblers from New Orleans. Logan Ledger is a new name from California and Ashley McBryde has a solid new record over in Nashville. Finally, down in Canada, we hear the new album from our friend Clara Engel and introduce a band called Fiver.
Black Lips – Get It On Time;
Dan Sartain – When I Was A Cowboy;
The Codgers – Get Things Done;
Bassholes – Daughter;
Black Lips – Get It On Time (Live in CLE);
Logan Ledger – Electric Fantasy;
Ashley McBryde – Never Will;
Aubrie Sellers – My Love Will Not Change;
Broadway Lafayette – Zydeco Music;
Lost Bayou Ramblers – Dans Les Pins;
Michael Doucet – Dites Moi Pas;
The Revelers – Who Who, Yea You;
Sonny Landreth – Many Worlds;
Fiver – Train Leaves Here This Morning;
Gene Clark – Train Leaves Here This Morning;
The Whiskey Charmers – Dirty Pictures;
Clara Engel – To Keep the Ghost at Bay;
The Berries – Along The Water.
A little darker show today! From Australia, we have recent releases from Eddy Current Suppression Ring and Cable Ties. Stateside, we hear new music from Ezra Furman, Aunt Cynthia’s Cabin. Ty Segall also made a new EP with Harry Nilsson covers. Over in Europe (or is it Asia?!) Hayvalnar Alemi from Turkey come to us with a new, brilliantly titled album Psychedlia in Times of Turbulence. From Canada comes Band Whose Name Is A Symbol and from UK we listen to a lovely new track from The James Hunter Six. We also pay a tribute to Hall Willner who passed away recently.
Minky Starshine – 1000 Umbrellas;
Cable Ties – Hope;
Band Whose Name Is A Symbol -Â From Dusseldorf To Cologne;
Entropija – Dan;
Eddy Current Suppression Ring – Modern Man;
Hayvanlar Alemi – KuÅŸkonmaz MMXVII;
Habibi – The World Ain’t Round, It’s Square;
The Savages – The World Ain’t Round, It’s Square;
Aunt Cynthia’s Cabin – Kennel and the Dog;
Ty Segall – Early in the Morning;
Pedaljets – Loved a Stone;
Lou Reed – September Song;
NRBQ – Whistle While You Work (Snow White);
Ezra Furman – Can I Sleep In Your Brain;
The James Hunter Six – Who’s Fooling Who.
Today we have a shiny power pop episode. We check out the new music from the rock’n’roll erudite Chris Church, new single from The DT’s and a new album from Impulsive Hearts. We also introduce Piramid Scheme from Washington DC, Jack Cades from England, Rookie from Chicago and Braden Bodensteiner from Rochester, NY. We also pay respect to Allan Merrill of the Arrows who passed away recently in New York.
Game Theory – Forget All About It (Home Recording);
Chris Church – Kiss It Goodnight;
The Jack Cades – Sometimes It Rains;
The Resonars – Days Fade Away;
Cocktails – Hospital Bed;
Rookie – Miss United States;
Braden Bodensteiner – Keeping Score;
Mellow Drunk – If Only I Could Change;
Ichabod – Carol Eat Eyes;
Piramid Scheme – Beg or Borrow;
Impulsive Hearts – boxing day;
Le serpentine – Zadeta od interneta;
Guided By Voices – Always Gone;
The DT’S – Send Me A Postcard;
Alan Merrill – Tranquility;
Arrows – I Love Rock ‘N’ Roll;
Gumbo – We Don’t Care.
We have a pretty rocking show today. We start off with the new music by Outtacontroller from Nova Scotia, Canada and Mean Jeans from Portland OR. We introduce new bands for us, Wax Machine from UK, Shrinkwrap Killers from Oakland, California and Germ House from Rhode Island. We also play a recent cover of Can song Vitamin C as performed by Nicole Atkins. Today’s show is dedicated to Tres Warren of Psychic Ills who passed away on March 22 at the age of 41 and Gabi Delgado of Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft who passed away on the same day at the age of 61.
Sad Planets – Refugee;
Outtacontroller – Too Soon;
Mean Jeans – Party Line;
Honey Radar – The Golden String;
Bipolaroid – Fake Pretend;
Wax Machine – Truth;
Germ House – Bedroom Walls;
Drugi Nacin – Crnogorsko kolo;
Hawkwind – Master of the Universe;
Shrinkwrap Killers – Stolen Electronics to Shove up Your Ass;
Nicole Atkins – Vitamin C;
Can – Vitamin c;
Helicon – The Sun Also Rises;
Psychic Ills – Mind Daze;
Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft – Tanz Mit Mir;
DC9 – Psy Power.
Today we start with Stuart Turner and his Flat Earth Society, all the way from the musically rich Medway area in UK. Pedaljets come from Kansas City, Danny McDonald from Melbourne and The Berries from Seattle, WA. Those our new introductions this week and Berries have a killer new LP. We are also listening to new albums from Andy Gabbard and Lilly Hiatt. Plastic Pals from Sweden are back with their new single. Check out the recent recording of Yawpers live in Cleveland. This show is dedicated to Yugoslavian singer Zdenka VuÄkoviÄ‡ who passed away on March 8 this year.
Bob Dylan – This Wheel’s On Fire;
Stuart Turner And The Flat Earth Society – Kisses Are Keys;
Pedaljets – Down Town;
Trotsky Icepick – I Haunted Myself;
Stan McMahon – Have You Heard The Word_;
The Berries – Passing Scene;
The Plastic Pals – Plastic Pal;
Gretchen’s Wheel – The Last Balloon;
The Yawpers – (Live in CLE);
Danny McDonald – Commuter’s Lament;
Andy Gabbard – Fight To Live;
Andy Gabbard – This Wheelâ€™s On Fire;
Julian Cope – That Ain’t No Way to Make a Million;
Aubrey Sellers – Troublemaker;
Lilly Hiatt – P-Town;
Zdenka VuÄkoviÄ‡ – You don’t have to say you love me;
Byrds – This Wheel’s On Fire.
Podcasting from Cleveland, Ohio. Broadcasting on Radio Kragujevac, every Sunday from 4-5pm (Central European Time). Streaming on Rock XS every Thursday at Midnight (Eastern European Time).