#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

Full playlist and purchase links for the artists below=>
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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.

Full playlist and purchase links for the artists below=>
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#1905: Strike 1000

Been laying down some themes lately so this week’s show is just a mix of the music that’s tickled my fancy over a particularly wintry week in Brooklyn. Dig on the usual selection of vintage rock cuts and new indie and alternative from bands like Old Mexico, Mid-Air Thief and Threatmantics. Hope you’re as fancily tickled as I was!

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#1903: The Upsetter

I don’t consider myself a serious dude but my playlists often imply otherwise. This week we’ll dive into a collection that reflects my view of the state of our union. Classic psychedelia, modern punk, big riffs and golden grooves collide.

You can listen on iTunes Podcasts and Spotify as well!

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Soundtrack To The Circus: Notables from 2018

Everyone has one of these “Best Of” lists and it’s been diverse this year. Here’s my list, in no real order, of notable releases with a brief blurb for each and (most importantly) links for you to listen and buy direct from the artists!  We’ll start with my absolute favorites and follow the consciousness stream the rest of the way.  Bands from the NYC area will have a * next to their name ’cause that’s where I live and it’s a great place to hear music. Continue reading “Soundtrack To The Circus: Notables from 2018”

What’s That Sound? Strange Majik – Channel T

The first time I met David Patillo aka Strange Majik was at his Lower East Side recording studio back in early 2015.  We’d crossed paths because we both had radio shows (he was on the UK’s Amazing Radio back then) and I was a fan of his work as the guitar half of the blues-punk duo Dead Exs.  We were meeting to discuss having him as a guest on Old Time Religion and to talk about his new (at the time) solo project as Strange Majik. Continue reading “What’s That Sound? Strange Majik – Channel T”

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