#1931: Planting Bad Seeds

Remember when all of this wasn’t normal? I remember.

A bit of a King Gizzard review kicks off the show today to celebrate their new shredder of an album, then we take a vinyl ride through vintage fight songs and their modern counterparts. Enjoy, tell a pal and keep your chin up!

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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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#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 The source is arguably the struggle of outdated norms for survival in a changing nation, and they’re fighting with all the propaganda at their disposal.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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What’s That Sound? Winstons – s/t

One late night in the back end of 2016 during a rowdy post-election string of concerts, I saw Winstons get a crowd all riled up in the back room of Greenpoint dance club The Good Room. Everyone was raw from bad weather and an inescapably rough couple months and the room was ready for something real, and goddamn if these two didn’t bring it.

Over the few years since, Winstons have toured a bit, released a fantastic single and recorded what will be their first full length album, self-titled, out 3/1 on Virginia roots-rock imprint WarHen Records.

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