Each Month, I start a file in my iTunes that is a playlist for the tunes that catch my ear that month. I have been doing this since Feb of 2006, and each month I write a Mog post covering what I have been listening to each month… I am starting to post this write up in other spaces beyond my Mog (and if you are reading this somewhere besides Mog, you can find all the old ones at www.mog.com/iren )… cause I want to hit as many I-Balls as I can. As with any endeavor of this type this is an… Continue
Added by Eric Reanimator on November 30, 2007 at 9:03pm —
I just spent 2 days in the studio finishing off tracks for my next CD (including one song with lyrics by one of our Hidout members!) All the songs were cut live (including vocals) in the studio with no overdubs! It was fun. I have been doing this over the last few months since I got back from my Summer Tour in Cali. It has been funner than shit. I posted some demo up here (and few rough mixes) I limited myself on this record to 2, 4 or 8 tracks and songs cut primarily "Live in the Studio" (with… Continue
Added by Erik 4-A on November 30, 2007 at 1:17pm —
Sleazy white male podcaster WLTM males or females into cute sixties garage and dirty grimy rock ‘n’ roll for NSA fun. GSOH a must. Can supply unreleased scorchers from The Guillotines, Freak 4 and Phantom. Can accommodate. Contact me on Lord Muck’s Nasty Grind. Genuine replies only please. Your pic gets mine. …
Added by Lord Muck!! on November 29, 2007 at 6:30pm —
Alas, we have entered a sad new era with the passing of Michael Weldon's great Psychotronic Video
magazine, but we will attempt to continue to carry the torch with constant reviews of what I've been watching:
The Richland County Public Library
(Columbia, SC) for years has consistently had an amazing collection not only of weird never-published-in-the-USA books but also a video collection better than the local Blockbuster. Titles such as Al Adamson's Uncle Tom's… Continue
Added by zacharythax on November 29, 2007 at 12:26pm —
Are a great band from the Pacific Northwest. Anyone who is on here should check them out. They have an album out called "A Million Dollars Worth Of Music" It's pretty solid 60's-infused rock n' roll.
Added by Colon Blow on November 29, 2007 at 12:08pm —
Episode No. 13! The very 1st birthday of this cute little show… Watch it grow as your I.Q. magically shrinks before your very eyes!!
Step right up, folks and see Michael Kaiser do the famous dance of the pyramids! He walks, he talks, he crawls on his belly like a reptile… with the help (and superb script-reading abilities) of the KILLER!!
All in the continued quest to Provide Better Living Through Discarded Music on RadiOblivion via the GaragePunk Podcast… Continue
Added by Michael Kaiser on November 28, 2007 at 12:00am —
Podcast Rock'n' Roll Rampage episode *41
One hour of Sleazy Trashy Rock & Roll /Garage/ Punkrock/ 60's beat/ Ye Ye beat/60's girl garage/ Raw soul/ Nasty Rockabilly/ Trashy Country and many many more... for all ye sinners 'n' sufferers
Take this Dirty Ride…
Added by Rock & Roll Rampage Radio Show on November 27, 2007 at 4:58am —
Wild Wild Sound #5 Let's Get Fucked Up! Continue
Screamin’ Jim Stark’s hosed homecomin’ to the GaragePunk Podcast is an ode to alcohol… drink up and pass out to the slouched sounds of wasted wildness from the likes of the A-Bones, the Church Keys, BBQ, the Untamed Youth, the…
Added by Wipeout! on November 26, 2007 at 2:00am —
Is it just me or is finding one that can swing the beat, isn't in a hundred bands already, doesn't live miles away, has a schedule that gels and/or isn't a bit flaky is as rare as some diamonds around this town?
Added by dale on November 25, 2007 at 12:27am —
yes... taking the photos on tour. UNGUARDED MOMENTS: Backstage and Beyond.
been getting some great press and been having fun... been to oxford, mississippi; memphis, tennessee; houston, texas.... going to atlanta, georgia in a few days... early in 2008, i'll be in NYC
got stuff for sale.... in fact...
This is your last chance to own this image! Its being retired
There is ONE at La… Continue
Added by theresa k. on November 23, 2007 at 3:02am —
This show has nothing to do with turkey, but goddamn that Schlafly Pumpkin Ale is good shit. So grab a cold one, hit the mute on the hockey game on the boob tube, unbutton your trousers and kick back to the relaxing boogie-woogie sounds of The Underdogs, The Rooks, The Mummies, The New Bomb Turks, The Scientists, The Midways,…
Added by kopper on November 22, 2007 at 10:00am —
WHAT WAVE's Dave O'Halloran plays Q&A with Pete Fink for MISTY LANE magazine (2005)
1. When did the Finks start? Continue
Well, I first met Tony Stafford and Chris Stafford back in late 1981, when I was playing in a mod powerpop/waveabilly trio named Redline. We played a house party gig with their punk band Pack O'…
Added by Pete Fiend on November 22, 2007 at 2:53am —
We're Primasonic...from Denver, CO. Been in existence for about a year now and have our full-length debut disc scheduled for release on 01/01/08.
What kind of music do we play? Listen to the tunes and decide for yourself. Some say we have a retro punk sound, others say we sound like The Who. Some punks think we're too rock 'n roll...while some rockers say we're too "punk". Go figure.
Like everyone else in the universe we have a… Continue
Added by Primasonic on November 22, 2007 at 12:31am —
Added by Rock & Roll Rampage Radio Show on November 21, 2007 at 4:25am —
Whole Lotta Shakin' playlist Nov. 18, 2007
WHOLE LOTTA SHAKIN’-CARL PERKINS(1958)
FRIDAY NIGHT FOOL AROUND -MEZCAL BROTHERS(2007; GO GO RYTHYM-SPINOUT)…
Added by Mystic Mike on November 19, 2007 at 4:12pm —
Podcast Rock'n' Roll Rampage episode *40
Here we are again with one hour of Sleazy Trashy Rock & Roll with Girls in the Garage and many many more... for all ye sinners 'n' sufferers
Take this Dirty Ride
Playlist episode *40 / 15-11-… Continue
Added by Rock & Roll Rampage Radio Show on November 19, 2007 at 7:21am —
Hi All, you all know me from Psychotic Reactions and my inane posts there. Hopefully I won't have time to post further inanities here.
Added by Clear Light on November 18, 2007 at 6:40pm —
...advertising rates in The Wrench come at superbly ace prices...
Full A5 page in 1 issue - £25, or a run of 4 issues over a year - £75
1/2 A5 page in 1 issue - £15, or a run of 4 issues over a year - £45
..we can also do banner links, gig, book or music reviews...
so what have you got...?...
...bands - good, bad or badder....if you would like your music reviewed and featured within the pages of The Wrench....drop us a line, let us know...and we'll be happy… Continue
Added by The Wrench on November 18, 2007 at 4:28pm —
That's right kids! The boys from below the sweet tea line are invadin' the north again with their wild & raucous R & B and garage slop! They are making an in-store appearance at the Vintage Vinyl Record Shop...the best record shop this side of the Mississippi! They'll play & sign for us! FOR FREE! Brought to you by Vintage Vinyl & Wicked Cool Records!
SATURDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 1st, 2:00 PM
VINTAGE VINYL RECORDS 51 Lafayette Road, (off of US RT 1)… Continue
Added by Heidi: Thee Electric Cavegurl on November 16, 2007 at 5:46pm —
I just released a new 7" record. It's by the Tokyo Nites, an Austin band composed of former members of the Eastside Suicides and Dirty Sweets. Only 100 records pressed. $4 ppd, add $1 if paying by PayPal. Limit of 2 per customer since only 100 records were pressed (and no more will be pressed, this is it).
The band's MySpace page is http://www.myspace.com/tokyonites.
You can order by sending $4 in cash, check, or money order… Continue
Added by Super Secret Records on November 16, 2007 at 11:37am —