October show brings new music from All Them Witches, Oh-Sees and Karkara. San Mikulec over in Croatia is back with another Snooze in Motion EP. From Seattle, we have Naked Giants and Skylar Gregg is hailing from Nashville. We also introduce a new project for Wooden Wand and Nick Mitchell-Maiato, which they call One Eleven Heavy.
Faux Killas – Space Force;
The Nervous Eaters – Don’t You Cry;
All Them Witches – 41;
Honey Radar – Medium Mary Todd;
ÄŒao PortoroÅ¾ – U Daktariju;
Ned O’Millick Cooperative – E polucija;
Snooze in Motion – Doomsday in Disguise;
Naked Giants – The Shadow;
A Burning Bus – life goes on;
Oh-Sees – Gong of Catastrophe;
Karkara – Falling Gods;
Logan Ledger – I Don’t Dream Anymore;
One Eleven Heavy – Wild Hair;
Skylar Gregg – I Already Know;
Mark Lanegan – Burying Ground.
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.
Leyla McCalla over in New Orleans is back with the new album entitled Capitalist Blues. John Wesley Coleman III, from the neighboring state of Texas also has a new solo record. Part Time Lover in my home-base of Cleveland has a new single for Blue Arrow Records (our sponsor). On the other side of the world, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard come with the new single. Over in whatever is left from Yugoslavia, we have two new exciting tunes. Snooze in Motion with their new single (or I should say his new single, it’s just one guy, San Mikulec from Zagreb). Koala Voice come from Kisovec in Slovenia and we have them here for the first time. We also have two tributes. Blue Cheer drummer Paul Whaley passed away in late January and Korni Grupa bass player, Bojan Hreljac passed away in December.
Leyla McCalla – Aleppo;
Koala Voice – Macbeth;
The Stiffs – Magic Roundabout;
Outrageous Cherry – Beginning Of The End Of The Night;
Snooze in Motion – Deset Dana;
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – Cyboogie;
Teardrop City – You Don’t Know Him;
Bob Mould – Send Me A Postcard;
Shocking Blue – Send Me a Postcard;
Part Time Lover – Send Me A Postcard (Live in CLE);
Part Time Lover – Magic Child;
John Wesley Coleman III – Beam With Us;
Nikki Hill – The Fire That’s In Me;
Blue Cheer – Doctor Please;
Korni Grupa – 1941 (excerpt).
Today we start off with the new song from a brand new album of the band that we really love here, Faux Killas. We also introduce Hidden Rifles, the new project lead by Matthew Wascovich and also features Norman Westberg (of Swans) and Mike Watt. Chinese Herbal Medicine is also back with the new album Alienation. The most pleasant surprise in today’s show is the new album from Broadway Lafayette, a Cajun music project that features Mick Collins, Mama Rosin and Matt Verta-Ray from Speedball Baby. The second half of the show is filled with interesting stuff from the Balkans. We feature releases from the Canadian label Ill In The Head Records which specializes in Yugoslavian music. They have currently two releases on vinyl, Bernays Propaganda remix record and The Marshmallow Notebooks debut. From Croatia, we have the new stuff from San Mikulec and his Snooze In Motion and a very special collaboration between Branimir Å½ivkoviÄ‡ of Overflow and Zvonka Obajdin of Svemir. Finally, we play some new and rare old tunes from the legendary PeÄ‘a VraneÅ¡eviÄ‡ of Laboratorija Zvuka.
Demon’s Claws – Trip To The Clinic;
Faux Killas – Be With My Baby;
Broadway Lafayette – Ou est-tu;
Mama Rosin – Le Two-Step De L’Haricot;
The Dirtbombs – Earthquake Heart;
Tin Foil – Can’t Stay Here (Live in CLE);
The Stooges – No Fun;
Chinese Herbal Medicine – No Fun;
Hidden Rifles – Cranial Escrow;
Bernays Propaganda – Leb i igri;
The Marshmallow Notebooks – The Last Tourist In Town;
Snooze In Motion – Preko Vode;
Mydolls – Its Too Hot for Revolution;
Digger & The Pussycats – Oh Yeah;
PeÄ‘a VraneÅ¡eviÄ‡ – Ciganjska Pesma;
PeÄ‘a VraneÅ¡eviÄ‡ – Still I’m Sad feat. The Yardbirds;
Branimir Å½ivkoviÄ‡Â and Zvonka Obajdin – I’ll Be Your Mirror.
Today we hear some new music from the kings of lo-fi rock, Robert Pollard and Guided By Voices. He is as productive as ever. Following his footsteps in lo-fi, we introduce City Yelps from Leeds UK and Honey Radar from Indiana. Paul Kelly is back with a set of Shakespearean sonnets. Plastic Pals form Sweden have a new single. San Mikulec, a one-man band in Croatia is back with the new project called Snooze in Motion and we close everything with John Doe of X with his new album. Bob Hillman is a new name in show, he recorded an albums with the help of Peter Case. We pay respect to Jadranka Stojakovic, probably the greatest female character that ever came out of the Yugoslav pop and rock scene. She passed away yesterday.
Jadranka Stojakovic – Zivot je jednosmjerna cesta;
City Yelps – Light & Classical;
Honey Radar – Postcard Target;
Honey Radar – Scorpions Bought Me Breakfast;
Robert Pollard – Little Pigs;
Guided By Voices – Glittering Parliaments;
Guided By Voices – The Caterpillar Workforce;
Paul Kelly – O Mistress Mine (Clownâ€™s Song from Twelfth Night);
XTC – Melt The Guns;
Kim Simpson – Melt The Guns;
Jadranka Stojakovic – Putovanja;
Jadranka Stojakovic – Ko zna reci;
The Plastic Pals – Wouldn’t Change a Thing;
Bob Hillman – Bad Business;
Kid Congo And The Pink Monkey Birds – Chicano Studies;
Disciplin A Ktchme – Nepokolebljivost pokazi ti uz neophodnu dozu neozbiljnosti;
Snooze In Motion – Agnes OM;
John Doe – Get On Board.
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).