Today’s trippy episode starts with with dreams. Dream Syndicate is here with the new album. Then Matthew and Doris Melton are Living The Dream again with Dream Machine. Shivas are back with another new single. Our good friends from Australia City of Cool are back with brand new record, but for the firs time, they perform under their given names, David Craven & Jon S Williams and the band name seems to be retired. Big Hogg from Glasgow have a new trippy single as well. Kikagaku Moyo is a five piece from Japan and we feature them for the firs time. Tommy and The Ohs is a project for Thomas Oliverio and Pretty Lightning is the new band from Germany.
Endless Boogie – Jim Tully;
The Dream Syndicate – Every Time You Come Around;
Dream Machine – Dreamin it Over;
Dream Machine – Back To You;
Fernando Perdomo – Dream State;
Mr. Airplane Man – Worry;
Kikagaku Moyo – Cardboard Pile;
The Shivas – Doom Revolver;
Action & Tension & Space – Tellus;
Tommy And The Ohs – California Holiday;
Pretty Lightning – Gewgaw For Beginners;
Marc Ribott’s Cheramic Dog – They Met in the Middle;
Big Hogg – Willow’s Song;
Big Hogg – Caxton Wood;
David Craven & Jon S Williams – Reunion;
Endless Boogie – Jim Tully (coda).
Murky experimental downer of a show today, but still, great new music from Meatbodies in LA, Goat in Sweden, Strange Attractor in Canada, Wanderlust from Nashville, Shivas from Portland, City of Cool from Australia and the legendary Hawkwind! Also we check out new tunes from Kurt Vile, Iggy Pop and Matt Sweeney that came out on the new Velvet Underground tribute.
Electric Light Orchestra – Fire on High;
Meatbodies – Reach For The Sunn;
Goat – Queen of the Underground;
Hawkwind – Unsomnia;
Strange Attractor – Temenos;
Weird Omen – (I Will Write You) Poetry;
Wanderlust – All A View;
Kurt Vile – Run Run Run;
Iggy Pop & Matt Sweeney – European Son;
The Shivas – You Wanna Be My Man;
City of Cool – Inside the work Outside the work.
Today we have an interesting show, full of new experimental tunes mostly inspired by the new Levitation festival releases by Dead Meadow and Osees. Following that block we check out the new music from City of Cool and Mythic Sunship who may as well have been on Levitation line up. Warm Drag has a new single and we also check out new releases from Hedvig Mollestad Trio and Writhing Squares. We also introduce a young guitar player from Austing TX, Ally Venable who has a very interesting new tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan. Although she could have titled it as a tribute to Jimi Hendrix and it would still work well, if not better given the experimental feel of the piece.
Jonathan Kane and Dave Soldier – Requiem for Hulis Pulis;
Dead Meadow – Rains in the Desert;
Osees – Chem Farmer Nite Expo;
City of Cool – Festival Time;
Mythic Sunship – Olympia;
Warm Drag – Butch Things;
Ally Venable – Tribute to SRV;
Hedvig Mollestad Trio – Leo Flash’ Return to the Underworld;
Writhing Squares – Epilogue.
Today we start off with the new single from Greg Dulli of The Afghan Whigs. We also have new tunes from Jon S. Williams and his City of Cool. Yes, two new releases from Jon. Petra, Rachel and Tanya Haden are also back as The Haden Triplets with their new tunes. Rachel also has a recent record with Anna Waronker as that dog. Randy Newman is involved too. Montreal art group Red Mass is also back with the new release. We also introduce new names for us, Dead Feathers from Chicago and En Attendant Ana from Paris France.
Amon Duul – You Are Not Alone;
Greg Dulli – Pantomima;
Dead Feathers – Darling Sighs;
Bipolaroid – In My Cave;
Jon S Williams – New Games;
City of Cool – Raining outside;
Big Trouble House – Valley Of Rin Tin Tin;
Gun Club – For The Love of Ivy;
Jim Dickinson And The Catmando Quartet – Shake Em All Down;
En Attendant Ana – Not So Hard;
En Attendant Ana – Enter My Body (Lilith);
Red Mass – Howl;
Saba Lou – Telepathetic;
Prank – Brighton Blvd;
The Haden Triplets – Memories Of Will Rogers;
That Dog – Old LP;
Ghost Funk Orchestra – Seven Eight.
Remember when a couple of weeks ago we announced Danny and The Doorknobs phenomenal comeback album? That band is perhaps much better known in the rock’n’roll history books as Trotsky Icepick. Only two months after the return withÂ Juebox in LA River, Trotsky Icepick is back with an album with the moniker they are much better known for and we check it out in today’s show. Another astonishing comeback is the new single for the queercore royalties Team Dresch. Much like Trotsky Icepick, City of Cool from Australia also have a new album in a very short term. King Khan also has a new album out. Connections, a band from Columbus who had an album of the year in 2016 also had a recent new album calledÂ Foreign AffairsÂ and we check that out today. Mark Lanegan is about to put out his new record, but as we wait for it, we hear his new tune with the guitarist of Lamb of God, Mark Morton. Cleveland Steamers have a new politically charged single and Snooze in Motion, over in Zagreb have a new fake live album calledÂ Red Wednesday.
The Dirty Mac – Yer Blues;
The King Khan Experience – Le Responsable;
Connections – Good Cop;
Connections – Oh Lisa;
Jonathan Richman – And Do No Other Thing;
The Modern Lovers – Pablo Picasso;
Phranc – Gerthurde Stein;
Team Dresch – Uncle Phranc;
Team Dresch – Your Hands My Pockets;
Trotsky Icepick – Oxygen the Destroyer;
Danny and the Doorknobs – Painting Smiles on a Dead Man;
Juliana Hatfield – Everybody Loves Me But You (Live in CLE);
Mark Morton with Mark Lanegan – Axis;
City of Cool – Heart full;
City of Cool – Finite;
Solvej Schou – America;
Cleveland Steamers – MAGA;
Snooze in Motion – I’ll Walk You Home;
The Embrooks – Human Living Vampire.
Redd Kross are back with the new single. In Australia, we bring you Monnone Alone for the first time and City of Cool return with a new album too. Over in Italy, Sara Ardizzoni, better known as Dagger Moth released a new cover of Grant Hart’s song Morning Star. Peter Perrett from The Only Ones is back with the new record. Not only do we play the newest single by David Nance, we also play one of his live in Cleveland tracks. Over in the old Yugolands, Igor Djeke of Disciplin A Kitchme has a new tune as Harp Explosion and legendary punk album by Ex-Cess is reissued on Ill In The Head Records.
Guided By Voices – Cool Jewels and Aprons;
Redd Kross – Beyond the Door;
Monnone Alone – The Dystopian Days of Yore;
Datura4 – The City of Lights;
Grant Hart – Morning Star;
Dagger Moth – Morning Star;
City of Cool – I Wanna Be Your Dog;
The Stooges – I Wanna Be Your Dog;
David Nance (Live in CLE);
David Nance – Meanwhile;
Peter Perrett – Walking in Berlin;
The Beatles – She Said She Said;
John Lennon – Well Well Well;
Sad Planets – Bad Cells;
Automatic City – Gas o Line;
Harp Explosion – We are among you;
Ex-Cess – One vole da liÄe na deÄake.
Today we bring you the new record from Juliana Hatfield, first solo after her collaboration with Paul Westerberg and a playful album of Olivia Newton John covers last year. Matthew Sweet is also active, these days his new album Wicked System of Things is capturing attention of many music lovers. Legendary Long Ryders are back with a new single too. Nikki Hill, out in Durham, NC is back with the new album called Feline Roots. Jon S. Williams of City of Cool sent us one of his recent live sets. Dave Hill who we enjoyed last year as a part of Painted Doll duet is back with yet another interesting band Valley Lodge. We also introduce Italian band The Dirtiest and Teardrop City over in Oxford Mississippi, lead by Laurie Stirratt (ex Blue Mountain).
Juliana Hatfield – I Honestly Love You;
The Dirtiest – Cento Shot;
Teardrop City – I Felt It, Too;
The Dream Syndicate – Hero Takes a Fall;
The Bangles – Hero Takes A Fall;
Juliana Hatfield – Staying In;
Nikki Hill – Get Down, Crawl;
Nikki Hill – Oh My;
The Raincoats – Lola;
Goodchilde – Helpless;
Matthew Sweet – Flashback;
The Long Ryders – Greenville;
The Long Ryders – I Had A Dream;
Porcupine – Tell Me;
Painted Doll – Find Your Mind;
Valley Lodge – Home;
Jon S. Williams And The Recalcitrants – Goodnight Irene;
Juliana Hatfield – I Honestly Love You (Reprise).
Today we start off with the new music from the Texan violin player Amanda Shires. Then we introduce the new blues singer Shemekia Copeland. A star studded line up helps her on the new record, including Steve Cropper, John Prine, Rhiannon Giddens and Emmylou Harris. Jon S. Williams from City of Cool has some new recordings that he sent to us, so we check that out too. Dan Stuart (ex Green On Red) is back with the new record and legendary songwriter and graphic novelist Peter Blegvad is also back with new music. Dot Dash from Washington are back with the new album Proto Retro. We introduce John Brodeur from New York with his Bird Streets and a duet featuring Lia Pamina and Dario Persi from Italy. Nicole Atkins is live in Cleveland.
Cross Brothers – Crashing Down;
Amanda Shires – Break Out the Champagne;
Shemekia Copeland – One I Love;
Kevin Gordon – One I Love;
Jon S Williams – Poor Ned;
Jon S Williams – In Group;
Bird Streets – Same Dream;
Nicole Atkins (Live in CLE);
Peter Blegvad – Karen;
Peter Blegvad – Had To Be Bad;
Dan Stuart – A Killer Now;
Dan Stuart – Expat. Blues;
Giant Sand – Curse Of A Thousand Flames;
Dot Dash – 10,000 Days;
Dot Dash – TV Radio;
Lia Pamina & Dario Persi – So Far Tonight.
Lots of cool new garage rock today. We have the new music from Chicago’s Heavy Times and Italy’s Sultan Bathery. Hyper-productive Australians King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard are back with yet another new record Nonagon Infinity. Four Minnesota ladies with years of experience in various band joined forces and formed a band called Beebe Gallini that focuses on garage rock covers. Detroit garage rock revivalists from the late 90s, The Go have a new live album. Webb Wilder, guitarist and actor from North Mississippi is back with the new album Mississippi Moderne. Our good Australian friend Jon S. Williams who we know from City of Cool is back with an excellent batch of new recordings and we check out his cover of Trevor Lucas’ Poor Ned. We wrap things out with the new Allysen Callery tune.
Fuzz – II;
CFM – Clearly Confusion;
Heavy Times – Bad Brother;
The Cynics – Abba;
The Paragons – Abba;
Beebe Gallini – Adam;
The Go – Get You Off;
King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard – Invisible Face;
Sultan Bathery – Right On;
Danny Kroha – Rowdy Blues;
Chris Whitley – Stones in My Pathway;
Webb Wilder – Stones In My Pathway;
Jon S Williams – Poor Ned;
Fotheringay – The Ballad Of Ned Kelly;
Allysen Callery – Crabapple.
Today we present the new music from City of Cool, duet in Australia. We follow their career very closely for in the last 10 years and after some singles and eps, they are finally ready to put out their first LP. Useless Eaters from Memphis and San Francisco have a compilation of singles. We introduce Platinum Boys from Milwaukee, Greg Pope from Nashville, Five Mile Smile from Northern Ireland and Joel Plaskett from Canada.
Janiva Magness – The Hard Way;
Leaf Hound – Stray;
Platinum Boys – Creeper;
Elektricni orgazam – Svaka nova noc;
P Hux – Every Minute;
Greg Pope – Galileo;
Five Mile Smile – The Villain;;
R Stevie Moore and Jason Falkner – Play Myself Some Music;
Jon Spencer’s Blues Explosion – Live in CLE;
City of Cool – Meltdown;
Joel Plaskett – Credits Roll;
Michael Tarbox – I Believe In You;
Chris Whitley – Loco Girl (Blues Alphabet);
Kim Simpson – Queen in the Rain;
San Pedro Slim – Talkin About My Neighbors;
Useless Eaters – American Cars.
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