#1932: Coming Back From A Cloud

Summer’s hazy days are growing shorter as autumn approaches and while we’re all returning to the usual grind I like to use the shorter days and new routines to reflect a bit. This week’s all modern music, starting off kind of chilly and headed into a heavier second half. Hope your transitions are relatively painless.

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#1930: Step On Me

A smattering of new local sounds and vintage pop for a wild world, going from riffy in the first half to power-poppy in the second. Dig on fresh releases from Kal Marks, The Boleys, Miranda and the Beat, Ghost Funk Orchestra, Big Thief + garage-pop classics mixed in. Settle in, tell a friend, hope it hits the spot!

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#1929: Living Wreck

Finally got back into my garage after a looooong time and hooked up my record player so here’s the first vinyl episode in a while, featuring some of the spines that caught my eye including a new live track from The Advertisers, an old live track from Mountain, new Ty Segall and more more more for these modern blues.

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#1928: Shibboleth

It seems hard to find a common grasp on what’s real these days. The source is arguably the struggle of outdated norms for survival in a changing nation, and they’re fighting with all the propaganda at their disposal. They’re angry shibboleths.

Here’s my set in response to the sorrow and dissonance of the last few weeks in the U.S. along with a concert update so you can get out and be with people. Hope it helps you keep your grip!

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#1927: Mad World

I’m back from vacation and ready to share all the new stuff happening in my little rock and roll world. Selections go from loud to quiet to loud loud loud again. You’ll hear new music from Strange Majik, Henry Black, The Boleys, Jordan Rakei, Maneka and more plus shouts to Mother Feather, The Giraffes, and The Advertisers as they play big release shows this next week. Rock out and go throw some money a musician’s way for some soul nourishment.

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#1921: A Murder Of Crows

I’m heading out on vacation after this week so I brought some of my favorite 2019 releases to the table for your sonic succor! Please enjoy, share and support the bands, and tune in every week for a new Naked Brunch episode on Thursdays until August.

Tune in to a new show every Thursday from 12-1PM EST / 5-6PM GMT. Full playlist below -> Continue reading “#1921: A Murder Of Crows”

#1917: How You Feel

The manic pace of our world can make emotions seem immediate and not worthy of question or examination. That’s an illusion, though, so let’s take a bit of time today to stop and enjoy the scenery.

Today’s show starts out mellow and builds over time. I don’t know about you, but me? I need a little space to let myself breath. Old tracks mix with new stuff from folks like Aldous Harding, The Mystery Lights, Wargirl, Grim Streaker, Pile and more. Come feel small with me, in a good way.

Tune in to a new show every Thursday from 12-1PM EST / 5-6PM GMT. Full playlist below -> Continue reading “#1917: How You Feel”

#1916: Melter

We live in a modern age and that calls for modern music so this week’s a mix of brand new music peppered with some favorites from 2018 as well. Enjoy wild punk riffage and soothing psych on a roller coaster ride of a set primed for your emotional release. Get down and tell a pal.

Click here to explore the albums and great new releases from USA Nails, Buffet, The Pinheads, Lola Pistola, The Mystery Lights, Holy Hive, Rubber Room, Big Tide, The Glucks, Earth Tongue, and Netherlands

Tune in to a new show every Thursday from 12-1PM EST / 5-6PM GMT.

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#1914: Cut It Up

Have you ever tried to just unplug from this weird social-media matrix? It can leave you a little discombobulated even though none of it’s real. This week I’m piecing myself back together in the physical world, let’s you and me get together with a great mix of old and new rock and soul.

Featuring fresh releases by The Advertisers, Alien Lizard, The Pinheads, The Resonars, Lee Fields & the Expressions and a lot more.

Tune in to a new show every Thursday from 12-1PM EST / 5-6PM GMT.
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#1911: Skin I’m In

After a quick week off and a wild departure from the norm last episode, I’m back this week with a brand new mix of music from NYC and beyond. New punk and alternative with a dash of soul including brand new releases from The Advertisers, Ghost Funk Orchestra, Howling Giant, Pile and more. It’s a loud and rowdy ride, crank the volume and tell a friend.

Hit me up on Twitter: @FiendsFreelance

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#1908: Love Comes In Funny Packages

Spring’s getting a tenuous grip on NYC and today I have a tenuous grip on my playlist. Going all over the place with vintage ballads, raucous punk and new strange tracks from bands like Pinch Points, Durand Jones, Toyzanne and Tropical Fuck Storm. Get in on the party and hit up the show on Twitter: @FiendsFreelance

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#1907: Midnight Siren

I’m feeling this long winter dragging on so to ease the passage into the glory of an NYC spring I’ve put together mostly mellow sounds. Dig on vintage fantasies and enjoy new gauze from Rudy De Anda, Nadine Carina, Lonesome Shack, and Frankie & the Witch Fingers.

Stay frosty, but not too frosty.

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