Loud show today with music new music for Jon Spencer, Hellacopters and Wovenhand. Particularly loud and heavy is the new album from Earthless. Also, new single from Canada’s Good as Gone, an older tune by Power from Australia, new album from Capsula from Spain and new music for Madde Gruben from Chico CA and Low Life from Sydney AU. Kick out the heavy jams!
Stray – Narure’s Way;
Jon Spencer & the HITmakers – Primary Baby;
Good As Gone – Polecat Woman;
The Move – Turkish Tram Conductor Blues;
Motorhead – Train Kept A-Rollin
Power – Road Dog;
Strange Colours – Sea Of Tranqs;
All Them Witches – Saturnine & Iron Jaw;
Wovenhand – Acacia;
The Hellacopters – Eyes Of Oblivion;
The Hellacopters – A man and a half;
Urge Overkill – Forgiven;
Capsula – You Won’t Believe It;
Madde – Nerve;
Omega – The Bird;
Low Life – CZA;
Earthless – Night Parade Of One Hundred Demons;
Slowload – Rosie.
Today we kick off with the new tune by Ribbons of Euphoria from Greece, and then we land in Medway, UK and hear from Graham Day trio. David Nance has put out yet another exciting record. On this one he takes on Melanie’s album “Candles in the Rain”, ties each song up in a plastic bad and turns them upside down… Lamp of the Universe from New Zealand, Ashinoa from France, Black Doldrums from London, Web of Lies from Glasgow and Action & Tenstion & Space from Norway are some of the other bands we introduce in today’s international neo-psychedelic trip.
13th Floor Elevators – Down By The River;
Ribbons of Euphoria – 3/4″ Bullet (Running Through My Mind);
Graham Day – You Lied To Me;
13th Floor Elevators – Fire Engine;
Lamp of the Universe – Emerald Sands;
David Nance – Gimmie All Yr Pennies;
Fuzzy Light – The Graveyard Song;
Ashinoa – Feu De Joie;
Black Doldrums – All For You;
Allyson Seconds – 03 On A Bicycle Built For Bicycle 9;
Tomorow – My White Bicycle;
Dukes of The Stratosphear – Bike Ride To The Moon;
The Web Of Lies – Receiver;
Action and Tension and Space – Chromosomes;
The Third Mind – East West.
Today’s episode brings new music from Freezing Hands from Tucson AZ, Mad Mojo Jett from Minneapolis and Volcanics from Perth Australia. Also from Australia, but in Melbourne, we check out Power Supply. Courettes from Denmark have a new single and Smoggers are a new name for us from Spain. Also in Europe, we check out The Anomalys from Amsterdam. Stateside, we also check out one man band Kevin Preston from LA and Mud City Manglers from Pittsburgh.
The Eyes – I’m Rowed Out;
Freezing Hands – Here With The Babies;
The Volcanics – Why’d Ya Do That;
Strange Colours – Get In Line;
Killer Hearts – Midnight Lucifer;
Mad Mojo Jett – Partyville;
The Anomalys – Bleed for Me;
Teeth of England – Mother Nature;
The Wigs – The Dead;
Marty Brass – Meet Me Outside;
Mud City Mangler – Waste of My Time;
Needles Pins – Woe Is Us;
Cutthroat Brothers – Magic Tricks;
The Smoggers – Gente Fea;
Kevin Preston – Caprice;
The Devils – I Appeared to the Madonna;
Divine Horsemen – Handful of Sand;
Power Supply – Acid Rain;
The Courettes – So What;
Sweet Knives – Boloney.
In today’s bluesy roots episode we check out the new music from the legendary Tav Falco, Cruzados, Cowbell, Tinsley Ellis and introduce Devils and Blues Against Youth – both from Italy. Across the Adriatic sea, we check out Mary May and Harp Explosion from Croatia.
Bill Janovitz – Mean Old;
Cruzados – She’s Automatic;
The Devils – Devils Whistle Don’t Sing;
John Mayall with Mike Campbell – Chills and Thrills;
Johnny Burnette – The Train Kept A Rollin’;
Tav Falco – Train Kept A Rollin;
Tav Falco – The House Of The Rising Sun;
Cowbell – Garage Flowers;
Cowbell – Tallulah;
Ilana Katz – Time To Go;
Mary May – Don’t Call Me Baby;
Harp Explosion – Streets;
Tarbox Ramblers – Million Miles From Nowhere;
Tinsley Ellis – Slow Train To Hell;
Blues Against Youth – Oblivion.
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).