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It’s all about the young musicmakers of today this time on DYNAMITE HEMORRHAGE RADIO – this 65-minute podcast features a bunch of ‘em, including brand new stuff from Household, Neonates, Wildhoney, The Ar-Kaics, Toxie, Terry Malts, Ruby Pins and even the swan song from Sic Alps. Holy mackerel. I also took a page directly from the book of New Zealand’s (and The Dead C’s) Bruce Russell, and played a set of kiwi postpunk, punk and noise from the early 1980s on “small labels”, just as Mr. Russell did on this excellent podcast. I was taking notes, as you’ll see. The show is rounded out by other sub-underground sound from Jackknife, Blast Off Country Style, The Spits, Dara Puspita, Bona Dish, Flesh Eaters and more.

Download Dynamite Hemorrhage Radio Podcast #20 here.
Subscribe to the show on iTunes here.
Listen to it (or download it) on Soundcloud here.

Track listing:

JACKKNIFE – Come On
WILDHONEY – Super Stupid
WINGTIP SLOAT – M31
LINDA LAINE & THE SINNERS – There He Goes
THE TUTS – Beverly
DARA PUSPITA – A Go Go
BONA DISH – Mutation
RUBY PINS – My Friends Are Insane
HOUSEHOLD – A New Leaf
TERRY MALTS – They’re Feeding
NEONATES – Over Fire
TOXIE – Ties
LIFE IN THE FRIDGE EXISTS – Have You Checked The Children?
NAKED SPOTS DANCE – Crescendo/Circle Moon
THE OXES – Garden City Hell Flight
THE PLAYTHINGS – Coloured
25 CENTS – Don’t Deceive Me
RITUAL SEX – Caligula
THE AR-KAICS – Make It Mine
BLAST OFF COUNTRY STYLE – Lake Eerie
THE SPITS – Flags
THE FLESH EATERS – Jesus Don’t Come Through The Cotton
SIC ALPS – Biz Bag

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