Cool overview of neo-psychedelic tunes and bands. We have new music from Ty Segall, Rat Columns of Perth, AU and The Intelligence from California. Ghost Woman is also here with the new music and now it’s a duet with Evan Uschenko and Ille van Dessel. We introduce The Brooms from Portugal with a cover of Hawkwind, Sloppy Heads from NY and a band from Brazil White Canyon and The Fifth Dimension (has nothing to do with the legendary vocal group of the same name). Verstärker comes from Kentucky but they sound like they came from 1970s Germany.
Tomorrow – Real Life Permanent Dream
White Canyon & The 5th Dimension – Howling Pines
Sloppy Heads – New Speedway Boogie
Pink Mexico – Hot Air
Ty Segall – Void
Verstärker – Ankunft
Rat Columns – Someone Else’s Dream
Rat Columns – Cerulean Blue
Ghost Woman – Alright Alright
Ghost Woman – 3 Weeks Straight
The BROOMS! – Motorhead
The Intelligence – Now, Squirm!
Kooper, Bloomfield, Stills – You Don’t Love Me
A lovely update today with the new music from the legendary Robyn Hitchcock of the Soft Boys. We also check out new tunes from Ruby The Hatchet from New Jersey, Futurebirds deliver a solid cover of Roky Erickson, Hooten Hallers are back with the new album and so is The Intelligence and Lithics. We introduce Amplifier Heads for the first time at the show. We also check out a new colab between Mike Watt, Jim Keltner and Mike Baggetta. We close the show with the new single from the Zagreb band B. Confidential & The Secret Four. We also pay a tribute to Bob Neuwirth, a legendary singer songwriter, originally from Akron, who passed away on May 18 this year.
Tropical Fuck Storm – Stayin’ Alive;
Ruby The Hatchet – Deceiver;
Robyn Hitchcock – The Shuffle Man;
Soft Boys – Insanely Jealous;
Roky Ericson – I Think Of Demons;
Futurebirds – I Think of Demons (Roky Erickson);
The Hooten Hallers – Back In Business Again;
The Hooten Haller – Further From Shore;
Peter & The Silhouettes – Claudette Jones;
The Amplifier Heads – Space Cadette;
Bob Neuwirth – Rock And Roll Time;
Janis Joplin – Mercedes Benz – Janis Joplin;
The Intelligence – How to Improve Your Hearing Without Listening;
The Intelligence – My Work Here is Dumb;
Lithics – Lost Signal;
Minutemen – Maybe Partying Will Help;
Mike Baggetta, Jim Keltner, Mike Watt – Everywhen We Go;
B. Confidential & The Secret Four – Satan Is Her Name;
Crveni koralji – Johnny Guitar.
Today we say the last goodbye to the great banjo player Doug Dillard and one of the Bee Gees – Robin Gibb. Both of them passed away recently and we owe a lot to each of them for the development of rock’n’roll and popular music in general. Other than that, we check out mainly some new singles, eps – short form in general. John Doe and Exene have a new one, recorded with minimal arrangements in the studio. Richard Buckner has a new three-track ep called Willow. And then come the rockers. The Intelligence from Seattle and Nobunny have new 45s. The Paperhead from Nashville sport a lovely Syd Barrett styled single from a split EP with Mikal Cronin (among others). King Khan also splits a 45 with Mikal. Only LP tracks are by the Dillard and Clark and The Beegees today!
Dillard And Clark – Train Leaves Here This Mornin’;
Bee Gees – Massachusetts;
Dillard And Clark – She Darked The Sun;
Tom Trocolli’s Dog – Girl from the North Country;
John Doe And Exene Cervenka – Never Enough;
Richard Buckner – Willow;
The Intelligence – (They Found Me In The Back Of) The Galaxy;
The Paperhead – Stacey Grove;
Ty Segall and White Fence – I Am Not A Game;
King Tuff – Hole In My Head;
Nobunny – La La La La Love You;
King Khan – Bite My Tongue;
Suzi Chunk – Tripwire;
Cozy – Sugar On My Mind;
Noel Black – Why Not Your Baby;
Velvet Crush – Why Not Your Baby;
Dillard And Clark – Why Not Your Baby;
Bee Gees – New York Mining Disaster.
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