Month: May 2015

Episode 60

Hosts: Jim Warren and Ben Dickinson

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Tracklist:

Nice Guys – “Herb Chambers” (from L.A.P.D.)
Cult Fluorescent – “Baba Yaga” (from Rare Elvis Demos)
Landing Feet First – “A Whale Shark Is Cool” (from Everywhere I’ve Left Myself)
Dog Hospice – “Impaled On A Cuddly Spike” (from HABBA GOO ONE)
The Dirty Looks – “Marty” (from Line of Sight)
The Real Tom Hanks – “Becomes A Barnacle” (from Live from the Fallout Shelter)
Jon Kohen – “Your New Name (Phoenix)” (from The Heart of the Machine)
Big Mess – “Pounding P**s Touch” (from You Are My Sunshine)
The Daily Post – “Octatron” (from Octatron)
Arlen – “Like A Drug” (from Like A Drug)
Ladderlegs – “Be My Baby” (from Live from the Fallout Shelter)
Chill City Icon – “Skull Factory” (from Chill City Icon)

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Episode 59

Hosts: Jim Warren and Ben Dickinson, with special guest Staci Ballard

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Tracklist:

Kiss Concert – “Fear and Loathing in the WWE” (from This Is Kiss Concert)
Joe DeGeorge – “Made to be Lovin'” (from Sax Machine)
Dan Sheep – “Upper Middle Class Blues” (from Holy S**t! It’s A Split!)
Scrap Kids – “Soul Crushing” (from There’s No Room to Grow)
Chris Hickman – “The Room” (from Holy S**t! It’s A Split!)
Jonathan Bellis – “Dug Too Deep” (from Family Tides)
Billy Mack Collector – “Mouse in a Cupboard” (from It’s Okay to Carrot)
Jon Kohen – “Dusk” (from The Heart of the Machine)
XBOP – “And the Winds Shift” (from New Sound Art)
Speaker for the Dead – “Sounds Like A Protest” (from The Ballad of the Undercrust)
Big Mess – “New World Order Blues” (from You Are My Sunshine)
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Episode 58

Hosts: Jim Warren and Ben Dickinson, with special guests Staci Ballard and Travis Benson

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Tracklist:

Elijah Wyman – “Track 3” (from Live from the Fallout Shelter)
Hetfield and Hetfield – “Rainbow the Bounty Hunter” (from Live from the Fallout Shelter)
Quixote – “To the Bottom and Back Again” (from Live from the Fallout Shelter)
Ladderlegs – “Hide Your Money” (from Live from the Fallout Shelter)
Beneath the Sheets – “Marissa Moves” (from Live from the Fallout Shelter)
Short Fuse Burning – “Disappearing Act” (from Live from the Fallout Shelter)
Los Bungalitos – “Track 5” (from Live from the Fallout Shelter)
Clara Berry – “Nightwalker” (from Live from the Fallout Shelter)
Les Doux – “Declarative” (from Live from the Fallout Shelter)
 

 

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Episode 57

Hosts: Jim Warren and Ben Dickinson

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Tracklist:

Dust From 1000 Years – “Don’t Bleed For Them” (from Famous Cigarettes (Split w/ Bad History Month))
Cousin Boneless – “The Admiral” (from Broken Glass Party)
Ghost Guest – “I Built the Fire” (from Tall Tales Grow Taller)
Soft Cactus – “Slip Away Slow” (from The Tape Project)
Coven – “Nothing Sticks” (from Nothing Sticks)
Stephanie Germaine – “Side A” (from LAK/Lak Wright Duo Split Cassette)
Scrap Kids – “Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happy Meals” (from There’s No Room to Grow)
Rhode Iceland – “Bloody Brain” (from Live at the Worthen)
Gregory McKillop – “This Song Is Not About My Emotions, It’s About the American Health Care System” (from Fifteen Over Six)
Greys – “Guy Picciotto” (from If Anything)
Fil Corbitt – “Leave Here” (from Modern Sadness)
Big Mess – “Rat’s A**” (from You Are My Sunshine)

 

 

Listen to this stuff here, sure, but buy things from all these bands because they are awesome and all need your support to keep killing it. They have bandcamps or websites or whatever.