Monday, December 12, 2011

Tamagotchi, Pogs, and Furbies: 90's Showcase

The 1990's were the golden age of Hip-hop, Ska, Grunge, Hair Metal and Industrial. Listen up for a Ska, Rap, Metal, Skater Punk, and Grunge Block.

The Impression that I get - The Mighty Mighty Bosstones
Sell Out - Reel Big Fish
Knocking on Heaven's Door - Buck-o-nine

Shut em down - Public Enemy
Gin and Juice - Snoop Dogg
What's my name - DMX

Walk - Pantera
Man in the box - Alice in Chains
Sober - Tool

Superman - Goldfinger
Jerry Was a Racecar Driver - Primus
Here and Now - The Ernies

Smells like Teen Spirit - Nirvana
Alive - Pearl Jam
Black Hole Sun - Soundgarden


Just a girl - No Doubt
1979 - Smashing Pumpkins
What I got - Sublime

Mmmbop - Hanson
Old School Hollywood Baseball - System of a Down
Polly - Nirvana

Monday, December 5, 2011

Epic Trax Showcase: Shownotes, playlist, pix and vids

There are a few tracks that have always found the back of a music lover's mind. They are the so called Epic Trax, more than 10 minutes long and packed with meaning. This show is a showcase of those songs that you love, but have not thought about in a while. Enjoy.

Bohemian Rhapsody - Queen
Paradise By The Dashboard Light - Meat Loaf

Three Days - Jane's Addiction
Rosetta Stoned - Tool

Rime of the Ancient Mariner - Iron Maiden
The Decline - NOFX

2112 - Rush

Echoes - Pink Floyd

Echoes - Pink Floyd 2001 Space Odyssey from Jordi Bou on Vimeo.

Monday, November 28, 2011

Speed Metal Pandemic: recording, shownotes, vids, and pix

R u mad? Not after you listen to this. Recorded above is some of the most awesome speed metal every recorded by humans and I'm looking for the alien metal as you read.

Ace of Spades - Motorhead
Highway Star - Deep Purple
Communication Breakdown - Led Zepplin

Angel of Death - Slayer
Antisocial - Anthrax
Jump in the Fire - Metallica

Lesson in Violence - Exodus
Of Unsound Mind - Metal Church
Pleasure to Kill - Kreator

Practice what you Preach - Testement
Ravenous Medicine - Voivod
Territory - Sepultura

Gears of War - Megadeth
Give A Little - Overkill
Through the Fire and Flames - Dragonforce

****End of Recording****

Walk - Pantera
Stone the Crow - Down
In this River - Black Label Society

Any Means Nessicary - Hammerfall
Far Away - Powerquest
Paid in Full - Sonata Arctica

Saturday, November 19, 2011

The Last DJ is Booted by the Man

Jim Ladd was let go when L.A. rock radio station KLOS-FM was bought by Cumulus Media (think Clear Channel)

On October 26, 2011 Jim got the boot and you should care. If you haven't unplugged your mp3 player from your car in a while you have noticed that Cumulus, Clear Channel and other large media conglomerates play generic top 40 and put little effort into appealing to the musical tastes of people that love music.

"Ladd was doing late nights at the station and was considered the last truly freeform DJ in the country. Ladd joined KLOS in 1997,"

"There's no room for, or understanding of, what I do on the air," Ladd said of his nightly shows, on which he wove together songs to reflect or illuminate a particular theme. "They want a tight format, but that's not what rock 'n' roll is all about. Rock 'n' roll is about freedom."

Rush drummer Neil Peart describes as being "about guys like Jim Ladd … one of the last renegades who believes that broadcasting can be art."

"Radio should be ashamed," Ladd said, "that TV is now hipper [to new music] than rock radio is."

Lets all hope he puts out a podcast, or gets on Satellite Radio. We're going to need him.

Quotes taken from LATimes and LAObserved

Monday, November 14, 2011

Live DJ Set: audio track, shownotes, and videos

I did my damndest to give you a sort of Live Club Mix tonight, however, my software bombed. It's called iMixxx and it's very free. I've done one show with it. It was a bit difficult to deal with that time. This time, it overcame me. Anyway....listen to the fun songs.

Easy to Remember - St. Germain
Midnight Request Line - Skream
Da Funk - Daft Punk

Some Chords - Deadmau5
DVNO - Justice
Robot Rock - Daft Punk

This Is The Hook - BSOD
Santeria - Sublime remixed by JPod
Feel Good Inc. - Gorillaz remixed by DNB
Sick Bubblegum - Rob Zombie remixed by Skrillex
White Satin - Zeds Dead Dubstep Remix

Ghosts 'n Stuff - Deadmau5
I Can't Stop - Flux Pravilion
Cinema - Benni Benassi remixed by Skrillex

Everyday - Rusko remixed by Netsky
One - Swedish House Mafia - The Prototype Remix
Feel Good - Modestep

Seek and Destroy - Metalica remixed by BassNectar

Next time I'm going to use CDs to beatmatch.....probably not for next show though

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

"Where Are The Party People!" Designer Drugs @ 2720 Cherokee

With all of the obvious tour packaging to make large profits but not great experiences for fans going on, I didn't think that the Sex Cult tour was going to be that much fun. I just sort of assumed that the artists that showed up would be a collection of people that some pencil pusher put together to make lots of money. It was not the case during the Sex Cult Tour at 2720 Cherokee.

Playing on the Sex Cult Tour is: Skitsnygg, Your Dirty Habit, Black Matter, Nick Eng & DL, Coreyography, Designer Drugs. On stage, they all seemed to be good friends and helped each other out during sets. It was the sixth day of their tour and they seemed to be having a great time.

It had a real radio/club feel because the beat didn't stop the whole time as they switched out MacBooks for the next artist.

All the artists, especially Designer Drugs, had great stage presence and were into the music that they played.

When Designer Drugs came on the show hit it's apex. Everyone was on the dance floor having a great time. At one point he played Beautiful People by Marylin Manson. My friends and I sang the whole thing. Then he asked me if I wanted to hear anything specific and I blanked. I should have asked for Shut Me Up by Mindless Self Indulgence.

I went home spent from dancing for four hours and happy that I had such a good time with friends.

DATAMIX (MIXS) by Designer Drugs Official

Monday, November 7, 2011

Psychobilly JamFest: recording, shownotes, and playlist

The double bass thumped and the surfin guitar wailed this week in PPR's Psychobilly JamFest. Read on to see the playlist.

Life is a Grave and I dig it - Nekromantix
Switchblade 327 - The Brian Setzer Orchestra
Big Red Rocket of Love - Reverend Horton Heat

Angels to Some - The Silver Shine
Hell Bop - 13 Cats
Heading for the Disco - HorrorPops

Hellbilly Storm - Demented are Go
How Brave You Are - The Quakes
Let's Go Somewhere - Frantic Flintstones

V8 Nightmare - Koffin Cats
Hauling Hearse - The Ghastly Ones
Go Satan Go - Batmobile

Pandemia - Voodoo Zombie
Beer and Flesh Meat - Sick Sick Sinners
Pussycat - Banane Metalik

She Put the Baby in the Microwave - Mutilators
Cursed - Mad Sin
Boogie Man - Hellfreaks

Sunday, November 6, 2011

WWIII Tour - 11/6/11 - Family Arena

I've noticed that some very strange combinations of bands have been touring together as of late. The last was Alice Cooper and Rob Zombie, although they are both admittedly Shock Rock, their crowds are different. The stoned dad who still listens to Cooper does not listen to Zombie and the angsty soul that listens to Zombie doesn't much like Cooper. It does sound good on paper.

Just like the WWIII tour sounds good on paper. Hollywood Undead, Asking Alexandria, Borgore, We Came as Romans, DRUGS, and Strych 9 Hollow. "Look at all of the teens this will draw in" says the crazy pencil pusher.

First up was Strych 9 Hollow. I've seen them twice now, they are a local Metal act, one of the few St.L local acts left. They are good, their guitarist rocks and they generally have a great time. They might have not had as much fun this time because the sound guys didn't agree to give them any kind of sound check. The PAs made them sound like crap and it was clear that they were thrown in at the last minute. However, I like their stage presence and I and several other metal heads had a good time listening.

Next up: D.R.U.G.S That stands for Destroy. Rebuild. Until. God. Shows. They were an awesome opener. They really pushed the crowd participation and got everyone into a frenzy. Moshing started and no one came to stop it. We were home free. Craig Owens, the lead vocalist, created a platform of fan's hands to sing from for a song.

We Came As Romans. The hardcore dancing really picked up. Hardcore fans through kicks and punches, girls screamed, they kept going. As a metal head myself, my natural enemy is the hardcore kid. However, we seemed to understand each other: you punch me, I'll bury you. So we stayed out of each others way. I didn't exactly know the lyrics so it was hard to understand the lyrics, but the breakdowns....oh...the breakdowns were heavy.

Borgore. Before this I had never seen a dubstep artist play live. I am an avid dubstep fan and I've done three shows on the subject. Borgore came in strong. His signature pole dancers to the right and left and bass bombing from the subs. The mix was good and I hadn't heard it before, then, not even five minutes in, covers started. I enjoyed the remixes: Skrillex, System of a Down....then he jumped off stage...and left. Borgore was on for all of 15 minutes. He was obviously hungover and pulling a leaf from Kings of Leon's book
Asking Alexandria. The moment we all were waiting for. The crowd went nuts, I went nuts. There were two separate pits. One for moshing and one for hardcore dancing. I stayed in my metal head area until someone had the idea to bash through the slim wall separating the pits. Then chaos exploded. Asking Alexandria called for a wall of death, we obliged. Then, the second Kings of Leon. The lead singer,Danny Worsnop, said his voice was out. He was hungover too and Asking Alexandria ended early.

I didn't stay for Hollywood Undead to prove that they could show up on stage hungover too.

This review might sound bitter, and it is a little bit. However, I had fun. The crowd was generally great and I moshed with a lot of great people.

If your interested in Dubstep, I've got three shows for you to listen to.

Filthy Dubstep Show
Dubstep: Now and Next
Dubstep Evergreen Show

Also...below are some songs from the artists at the concert

STRYCH9HOLLOW - Bleed To Live by strych9hollow
Destroy Rebuild Until God Shows My Swagger Has A First Name by chriswylieee
We Came As Romans by equalvision
Borgore - Icecream (Dane O Rerub) DOWNLOAD AVAILABLE AGAIN by Dane O
Asking Alexandria by Jowkoloco

Astha-pocalypse! Concert and EP Release

If you've never lived on a college campus, you might not understand what a cappella is (yes, it's spelled that way). It's almost a known fact that any respectable college with a active campus has at least two a cappella groups. SLU just happens to have four, and everywhere there is an open mic night, they will be there.

I am by no stretch of imagination, an a cappella aficionado, but I really enjoyed this concert. It included five a cappella groups from both St. Louis University and Washington University.

It opened by Astha with the most appropriate song, Thriller by Michael Jackson. An excellent performance by soloist Julianna parker and and through the hall there was not a solemn face after Zach Strehlau belted out the thriller laugh.

The Green Leafs then made their appearance on stage. Greenleafs are an all-female a cappella group from Washington University founded in 1988. They sang Landslide by Fleetwood Mac and You and I by Lady GaGa.

our collective childhoods walked on stage when the Aristocats, Wash U's all-Disney group, hopped up on the wobbly platform . A fairly new group started in 2006, they still rocked out with the rest of them singing Son of Man by Phil Collins featured in Tarzan and Zero to Hero by Alan Menken featured in Hercules.

Astha made another appearance on stage and melted our faces with The Chain by Ingrid Michaelson and a remix piece that included Dil Me Jag, I Want You - Sur, and Savage Garden. I have been to my share of a cappella concerts and I have never seen three songs switched between during one performance. An excellent remix arranged by our own Courtney Koger.

A SLU a capella concert would not be complete with out the Bare Naked Statues, an all-male group founded in 2000. They covered Roxanne by the Police and Outside Villanova by Erik Hutchinson.

Right before the fiery finale, The Amateurs literally rocked the rickety stage in their red and black glory. They are a co-ed group in their 20th year and have many grand performances to their name.

Astha made their final appearance on stage with four beautiful songs: Settle Down by Kimbra, Jab Mila Tu/I'm Loving You - I Hate Love Stories/John Mayer, Fix You/If I Die Young - Coldplay/The Band Perry and Aahista - Bachna Ae Haseeno.

Astha A Cappella has been working on it's EP release for quite sometime in coordination with the KSLU Production Team: Jason Swierk and Raphael Knaub. It contains 7 mastered tracks and is quite an accomplishment for a bunch of volunteers

The EP will be on sale at future Astha Concerts that can be found through their Facebook Site.

Monday, October 31, 2011

Halloween HorrorJam: recording, show notes, and playlist

Dearest Ghosts and Ghouls,

Time to unleash your darkness upon the world...while listening to PPR of course! The playlist is below!

The Monster Mash - The Misfits
This is Halloween - Marylin Manson
The Man Comes Around - Johnny Cash

Fashion Zombies - The Aquabats
Boogie Man - Hellfreaks
Horny in a Hearse - Nekromantix

Werewolf Woman of the SS - Rob Zombie
Feuer Frei - Rammstein
Straight to Video - Mindless Self Indulgence

My Love Forevermore-Hillbilly Moon Explosion
Bride of the Monster - Kitty in a Casket
Hot Topic Woman - The Company Band

The Brainwasher - Daft Punk
Moar Ghosts n Stuff - Deadmau5
Ghosts n Stuff - Deadmau5

Living Dead Girl - Rob Zombie
1989 - Mindless Self Indulgence
Skatanic - Reel Big Fish

Zombie Nation - Kernkraft 400
For Whom the Bell Tolls - Metallica
Frankenstein - Clutch

Thanks for listening everybody!....I hope you liked it.



Monday, October 24, 2011

New Deadmau5 Track: Professional Griefers

Deadmau5 - Professional Griefers from POSSIBLE on Vimeo.

These are some of the most technologically advanced stage visuals that have ever been put together....marvel in their awesomeness!

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Milkman: a New Remix and Mashup Artist on the Block

14 MINUTE ORGASM! by `milkman

There is a new remix artist on the scene....Milkman. Like Girl Talk...but you haven't heard it before.

Why don't you take a listen!

Monday, October 17, 2011

Happy Time Fun Show - 10.17.11

Dear Listeners,

Today is my Happy Fun Time Show. I'll be exploring and mixing genres like someone who has been doing so for about a year. I hope you like it.

Jazz Selections - Miles Davis and John Coltrane
The Thrill is Gone - BB King
5446 That's My Number - Toots and the Maytals

Rocket 88 - Bill Haley
House of the Rising Sun - The Animals
Red House - Jimi Hendrix

On My Radio - The Selector
This Town - Green River
Bikini Girls with Machine Guns - The Cramps

Lean on Shena - Bouncing Souls
Stray Cat Strut - The Stray Cats
Rocky Road to Dublin - Dropkick Murphys
Those Damn Blue Collar Tweekers - Primus (sucks)

Skank by Numbers - Mustard Plug
This Year - The Mountain Goats
My Love for Evermore - HillBilly Moon Explosion

Amerika - Ramstein
Maria - Scooter
Leave you Far Behind - Lunatic Calm

Sick Bubblegum - Rob Zombie
Seek and Destroy - Metalica remixed by BassNectar
First of the Year - Skrillex

Enjoy your week.



P.S. this is a cool music video

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Infrasonic Subwoofer

A brilliant maker on the instructables site made a Infrasonic Subwoofer with well done instructions.

Infrasound is sound that is below your hearing threshold which general drops off at 20-30hz, i.e. lower than big booty bass. It can have a profound effect on your body, and should be experimented with carefully! Infrasound is used by the military as a weapon, or science to monitor earthquakes, whales ect..

This guy is making the speaker to study sound as a weapon. I was just thinking about it's possibilities with Dubstep. Imagine if you could feel Dubstep on the Infrasound level....

Click HERE to see the original article.

Monday, October 10, 2011

House Showcase: audiofeed and shownotes

Dear Listeners,

This show was very experimental for me. It's the first time that I've attempted to use Mixxx to do radio. I've played with it in the past. This is really a trial by fire for me. I'm starting to understand beatmaching and how show creation needs to be more dictated by BPM than I'm used is the playlist.

Crescendolls - Daft Punk
Beadumægen - Wisp
Ants - ediT

Let the Funk Ride - AIM
Sunday Smoking - Martin Dawson
Big - Donald Glaude

Fingerpaint - Digital Witches
Gift - Way Out West
Fast Life - Bad Boy Bill

Love will find you - Paul Anthony and Zxx
Southside - David Clarke
Bat Box - Miss Kittin

Hi Friend - Deadmau5
The Grid - Daft Punk (TCM Remix)
Satisfaction - Deadmau5

Next week will be Industrial...emphasizing EBM...or Electric Body Music....Also...more beatmatching...I'll master it one day.



Monday, October 3, 2011

Filthy Dubstep Radioshow: Live Recording, Shownotes, and Music Videos

Dear Listeners,

As always, I had a great time doing this show for you. I just installed a 6" sub in my home stereo. It made these Dubstep songs so much fun to find and listen to.

Here is the playlist.

"The Unstoppable" - Substep Infrabass
Guided Relaxation - Borgore
Dubstep Tutorial - Dubba Johnny

Breathe - The Prodigy Numbernin6 Remix
Mortal Bass - Broken Note
Yes - Datsik and Bassnectar
Beartrap - Ultrablack (excision remix)

Who Moved my Cheese - Stenchman
Dream On - Chasing Shadows
Warp Zone - 1point5

First of the Year - Skrillex
Machine Gun (16 Bit Remix) - Noisia
A Babies first Steps - Bratkilla

Gas Mask - Skare
Optimus Prime - Cookie Monsta
Choke on Coke - Tomba

Where is my mind - Pixies remixed by Bassnectar: Kate
Tron - Joker: Grant
The Legend of Zelda Dubstep Remix: Me
Super Mario Dubstep Remix: Aaron

These are awesome music videos....just sayin'


Jason McCoy

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Frisco Bay Area Punk: Live Recording and Show Notes

Dear Listeners,

I just finished my Frisco Bay Area Punk show. It's the first show I've made that was based on a book rather than the Internet. Hopefully the quality of research shows. The book is called Gimme Something Better by Jack Boulware and Silke Tudor. I would recommend reading it if you are into punk. Now for the playlist.

Now I want to Sniff some glue - The Ramones
I Gave my Punk Jacket to Rickie - Mary Monday
Maserati - Crime

We are the One - The Avengers
Man From Omicron - The Mutants
I can laugh about it now - Negitive Trend

Holiday in Cambodia - Dead Kennedys
Oi! To The World - The Vandals
Ha ha ha - Flipper

I'm Not Pretty - The Lewd
Prejudice - Crucifix
Wild in the Streets - The Circle Jerks

6-pack - Black Flag
I wanna burn my parents - Sick Pleasure
If the Kids are United - Sham 69

I don't need society - DRI
Falling Down - The F-ups
Making Room for the Youth - Social Unrest

Fun with acid - Fang
dan with the mellow hair - NAKED LADY WRESTLERS
American Psycho - The Misfits

Free Money - Verbal Abuse
The Dicks hate the police - The Dicks
World Peace - The Cromags

American Psycho - The Misfits
Verbal Abuse - Free Money
The Dicks Hate the Police - The Dicks

Now for some show news.

I am looking into getting a show on KDHX. The physical, community radio station on 88.1 FM. I'm planning on having a Dubstep show called Depth Charges. I'll be working on this for the next 6 months and hopefully you can hear your favorite show on 88.1 FM.



Tuesday, September 27, 2011

"We're the F&#king Walmart of Psychobilly" - 9/26 Nekromantix @ The Firebird

Dear Listeners,

On the evening of the 26th of September an enthusiastic bunch of people showed up at the Firebird for a show the likes of which you have (probably) never seen.

Two bands belted lyrics, shredded guitar, and slapped double bass like the world was going to end in 2012.

Those two bands of demons are known as The Howlers and Nekromantix.

The Psychobilly scene was in full force on the night of the 26th. Many guys had their hair shaved into high wedge-shaped pompedorn quiffs and mohawks. The mens style seemed to be more punk that 50's fashion. The females in the scene tended to dress exactly like women in the 50's with a punk or goth twist. They also gave death stares to anyone who broke uniform.

The Howlers were up first. They hail from San Gabriel Valley, CA and their sound was more punk than what is usually considered gothabilly, but it was not mixed very well. However, it was still alot of fun, and the lead singer, Eli Misery (excellent stage name), got a mosh or two from the otherwise sleepy St. Louis crowd. Peter Panic (also an excellent name) really rocked the hell out of his phosphorescent double bass. Click HERE to hear what I thought was their best song.

After the Howlers ended their set the Nekromantix made an impressive entrance under the blast of creepy, ambient Halloween sounds. Kim Nekroman (I love stage names) ,who used to be a damn submarine radio operator for the Danish army, slapped some big ass strings on stage with his custom coffinbass. Francisco Mesa shredded his hollow-bodied electric like a champ and Lux, a mysterious woman in goth attire, rocked on the drums. Lux became a part of the band after she put drum covers out on the Internet. Kim has a great stage presence and made us believe that he might have dumped a dead body out of that coffin before he made it into a double bass. He also said....and I quote "We're the F@#king Walmart of Psychobilly!" after he realized they had been playing for the length of two albums but we only paid $13 to get into the show.....I enjoyed that throughly.

This is one of their new songs....
Nekromantix - What Happens In Hell, Stays In Hell by hellcatrecords

It was a great show and I had a great time. There were between 80 to 100 people there and the Firebird makes for a very intimate show. I made a bunch of friends and moshed my share. When the Nekromantix come back into town, I would suggest going. The best part might have been seeing two hearses outside the Firebird after the show.

Interested in Rockabilly or Psychobilly. Listen through this playlist.

Amor Psycho by Voodoo Zombie
Bride of the Monster - Kitty in a Casket
The Garden - The Creepshow

My Love for Evermore - Hillbilly Moon Explosion
The Boogie Man - The Hellfreaks
Ghosts of the Twilight Storm - Shaun Kama And The Kings Of The Wild Frontier

Wanna hear earlier songs, more information, or like a real person spinning music for you? Listen to my radioshow on the genre HERE



Wednesday, September 21, 2011

New time next week due to concert: 2:30-4pm on Wed

Dear Listeners,

I will be altering the time of the show for next week. Instead of the usual time (9:30 to 11pm on Mon) the show will be 2:30 to 4pm on Wednesday. The theme will be Bay Area Punk.

This is because I'm going to see the Nekromantics at the Firebird on Monday.

Bay Area Punk Facebook Event
Nekromantics Show at the Firebird

Monday, September 19, 2011

Dubstep Fieldtrip: New and Next

Dear Listeners,

I had alot of fun researching and playing the Dubstep Fieldtrip show. There is a lot of music on this list that I will throw on my workout playlist. In particular, I loved Beast Mode by River Accorsi. Up next is the playlist:

Midnight Request Line - Skream

26 Basslines - Benga
Chillz - Hatcha
Deep Concentration - Youngsta

Heartbreaker - Deadboy
Beautiful Complication - Guido
Gold or Soul - Hyetal

Beast Mode - River Accorsi
Coming Closer - Sub Focus
Turk Mex - The GasLamp Killer

Cheat I - Appleblim
Gold - Darkstar
Trouble in the West - Koan Sound

Beautiful Lies - Mt Eden
Gargoyle - Doctor P
28 Hours Later - 12th Planet


Take Me To The Hospital - The Prodigy (Rusko Remix): Jason
'In For The Kill' - La Roux (Skrillex remix): Mika
White Satin - The Moody Blules (Zeds Dead Dubstep Remix): Jason
Sunlight - Modestep: Bryant
Harry Potter Death Eater Dubstep: Luke

See, if you make requests. I will play them

My good friend Bryan and I enjoyed playing music for you....I hope you enjoyed hearing it.



Monday, September 12, 2011

Chicago Blues Showcase: recording, playlist, and shownotes

Dear Listeners,

This is my first excursion into the grand land of blues. As always, I had a lot of fun learning about the genre and I hope you learned some too......below is the playlist.

Black Snake Moan - Blind Lemon Jefferson

Booze and Blues - Ma Rainey
Maybe it's the Blues - Georgia Tom
Baby Please Don't Go - Big Bill Broonzy

Champagne & Reefer - Muddy Waters
smokestack lightnin' - HOWLIN WOLF
I can't quit you baby - Willie Dixon

Wang Dang Doodle-Koko Taylor
Hold that Train - Otis Rush
I'm a man - Bo Diddly

Pile Driver Blues - Kansas Joe McCoy
I smell a Rat - Buddy Guy
Boom Boom - John Lee Hooker

Queen Bee - Taj Mahal
The Thrill is Gone - BB King
Aint No Love in the Heart of the City - Bobby Blue Bland

I'm Walking to New Orleans - Fats Domino

I'm thinking about doing Tribal House for the next show....if you think I should do something else....I would love to hear your suggestion.



Fear the Pointy Boots

Dear Listeners,

I found this video about South American Tribal is strange

I may look into doing South American Tribal Music as a show....stay tuned in.....those boots are crazy....that is all



Saturday, September 10, 2011

KSLU 24 Hour Broadcast from PPR: 2 Radioshows, 3 Tracks, and 5 hours of music

Dear Listeners,

During the 24 Hour broadcast I played a lot of music. The first show that I played was the REQUESTATHON LUNCH HOUR. This show spans 4 hours and is in two parts above, the first hour was from 11 to 12ish on the 9th of September. Then I was interupted by another show that had a slot when I wanted to play. After two shows played. I came back at 2pm and broadcasted till I ran out of requests....below is the playlist

The playlist for the Ska show is below the first playlist

Galaxie 500 - Reverend Horton Heat
Cursed - Mad Sin : John *

Good Thing - Reel Big Fish : Nicki
Johnny Quest thinks We're Selling Out - Less than Jake : Matt
Gin and Juice - The Berlin Project : Kate

Smells Like Teen Spirit ~ Nirvana/Dual Remix : Bryan
Riot - Designer Drugs : Jillian
Scary Monsters, Nice Sprites - Skrillex

Heretic Pride - The Mountain Goats : Jason
I'm Going To Hell For This One ~ NOFX : Bryan
DIY Orgasam ~ Johnny Hobo and the Freight Trains : Bryan

Dragula - Rob Zombie: Bryan and Nicki
Generator - Bad Religion: Kate
Santeria - Sublime remixed by jPod

Bohemian Rhapsody - Queen : Sue *
Sober - Tool: Jason
One More Time - Daft Punk: Luke

Generator - Bad Religion - Kate *
Fat Bottom Girls - Queen : Matt *
Take On Me by Reel Big Fish : Matt *

This Year - The Mountain Goats: Thersa
Modestep - Sunlight: Jillian
Fat Bottom Girls - Queen: Matt

Ain't Nothin' But A G Thang - Dr. Dre & Snoop Dog : Gabe *
Bloodmeat - Protest the hero : Wolf
Harry Potter: Death Eater Dubstep : Me

She has a girlfriend now - Reel Big Fish: Dedicated to Wilson's ex
If I ever leave this world alive - Flogging Molly: Kate
Third Eye Blind - Blinded : Theresa

Dance Yourself Clean - LCD Soundsystem : Jen
No Children - The Mountain Goats : Bryan
A Better Place, A Better Time - Streetlight Manifesto: Wilson and Kate

Barroom Hero - Dropkick Murphies
Some Chords - Deadmau5
Amerika - Rammstein

Alive - Pearl Jam
Would - Alice in Chains
Black Hole Sun - Soundgarden

This is also the hook - BSOD
Maria I like it Loud - Scooter
One - Swedish House Mafia

I played the Ska show between 2ish and 4ish in the morning during the 24 hour broadcast at KSLU. This is the playlist

Dateless Losers - Reel Big Fish
Pizza Day - Aquabats
1234 1234 - Streetlight Manifesto

It's a Wonderful Life - Bandits of the Acoustic Revolution
Point the Blame - Catch 22
Skank By Numbers - Mustard Plug

Drinking for 11 - Mad Caddies
Kocking Down the Door - Buck O Nine
Superman - Goldfinger

Never Going Back to New Jersey - Less than Jake
Devil's Night Out - Mighty Mighty Bosstones
KKK Highway - MU330

Walk Like an Egyptian - MXPX
Ice Ice Baby - My Gay Uncle
Ghostbusters - NOFX

I Wanna Riot - Rancid
Last Kiss - Skamikazee
A Message to you Rudy - The Specials

Hey DJ - Surburban Legends
Blue Hawaii - Surburban Rhythm
Guns of Navarone - The Skatalites

anyway...I'm sleepy now...I broadcasted 5 hours of radio....night



Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Steampunk Octopus at Burning Man

Dear Listeners,

At the '11 Burning Man this mechanical steampunk octopus scary car was there. I thought you would enjoy.



Monday, September 5, 2011

Rockabilly Showcase: show notes, playlist and podcast

Dear Listeners,

I just finished my Rockabilly Showcase Radioshow. I enjoyed researching it and playing it for you. I really discovered some new and awesome music. I hope you did as well.


Train Kept A Rollin - Johnny Burnette

That's Alright Mama - Elvis Presley
Rocket 88 - Bill Haley
Guitar Rock - Bill Flagg

Folsom Prison Blues Remix - Johnny Cash
Blue Suede Shoes - Carl Perkins
Ooby Dooby - Roy Orbison

Be Bop A Lula - John Lennon
Your 16 - Ringo Starr
Not Fade Away - Rolling Stones

I knew the Bride - Rockpile
Bikini Girls with Machine Guns - The Cramps
Galaxie 500 - Reverend Horton Heat

Rockabilly Guy - The Polecats
Stray Cat Strut - The Stray Cats
Switchblade 327 - The Brian Setzer Orchestra

RIP - Zombie Ghost Train
Devil Woman From Outerspace - Rezurex
Horney in a Hearse - Nekromantix

Amor Psycho by Voodoo Zombie
Bride of the Monster - Kitty in a Casket
The Garden - The Creepshow

My Love for Evermore - Hillbilly Moon Explosion
The Boogie Man - The Hellfreaks
Ghosts of the Twilight Storm - Shaun Kama And The Kings Of The Wild Frontier can view this on the website. Or you can download it as a podcast. Just put the Podcast RSS feed into your audio player