#1918: Nobody Can Live Forever

Vintage tunes on the radio always remind me of summers spent driving around city streets and lonely roads. Road trips and quick jaunts, muggy winds dragging cigarette smoke out the windows, while the radio blares blues and soul and rock that sounded like signals from far away across time and space. Good memories, is what I’m getting at. Here’s a mix of the old school, prime fodder for sanguine summer adventures.

Tune in to a new show every Thursday from 12-1PM EST / 5-6PM GMT. Full playlist below -> Continue reading “#1918: Nobody Can Live Forever”

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#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.

Full playlist below -> Continue reading “#1916: Melter”

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”

Robert Fripp & Brian Eno: 40+ years without pussyfooting.

It took me a long time to appreciate Brian Eno. As a punk-rock loving teen myself, his ambient work just didn’t initially connect with me and I was completely ignorant as to his amazing production resume. My narrow mind was finally blown watching Velvet Goldmine, as the opening credits blared the wild layered guitar of “Needle In A Camel’s Eye.” It was a start. Continue reading “Robert Fripp & Brian Eno: 40+ years without pussyfooting.”

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