Dynamite Hemorrhage Radio

Dynamite Hemorrhage Radio #80

It’s not the 81st – NOT the 82nd – NOT the 83rd – but the 80TH Dynamite Hemorrhage Radio faux radio show/podcast, recorded from a tiny room in San Francisco, CA on a hot August night.

The show’s bursting at the seams this week with new material from RAKTA (pictured), CCTV, LIQUIDS, BEATNIKS, WRITHING SQUARES, HONEY RADAR, NEO NEOS, VIOLENT CHANGE, BUILDERMASH and THE KLITZ – not to mention the 40-minute Bo Diddley/VU drone from THE DOUBLE that closes out the proceedings here. We were kind enough to shove this monster dance jam at the end of the show, but everyone who listens all the way through earns 5 Dynamite Hemorrhage Loyalty Points, good for something one of these days.

The show also features tracks from SILVER ABUSE, CLOROX GIRLS, JOHNNY HASH, THE SCIENTISTS, THE ARMS OF SOMEONE NEW and more – so what are you waiting for? Stream or download the thing right now.

Stream or download Dynamite Hemorrhage Radio #80 on Soundcloud.

Stream the show on Mixcloud instead.

Subscribe to the show & get all the old episodes on iTunes here.

Track listing:

VIOLENT CHANGE – Color of the Pines
LIQUIDS – Hurt My Feelin
CCTV – Big Plan
NEO NEOS – Art is Over
BEATNIKS – Friends = Enemies
HIGH TENSION WIRES – High Note
CLOROX GIRLS – Novacaine
RAKTA – Filhas Do Fogo
WRITHING SQUARES – Lava Suit
GRAEME JEFFERIES – If The Moon Dies
BUILDERMASH – Measley Love
THE KLITZ – Bankable Girls
JOHNNY HASH – Pink Lunchbox
IRREPARABLES – Digested System
FLOP – Act 1 Scene 1
SILVER ABUSE – Plastic Rows
THE SCIENTISTS – Burn Out (live at Adelaide UniBar)
HONEY RADAR – Sunrise Alphabet
THE ARMS OF SOMEONE NEW – Left to Right
THE DOUBLE – Dawn of the Double

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