A tonic for the times, a balm for the bummed – it’s Dynamite Hemorrhage Radio #183, featuring many new tracks + new reissues and whatnot….plus a navel-gazing dive into our host’s obsession w/ Brian Wilson’s Smile. Let’s enjoy new stuff from TREASURY OF PUPPIES, ONYON (pictured), STEFAN CHRISTENSEN, MUTE SERVANTS, COINS PARALLELES, MR. PESCADO, KILOFF AND THE NEIGHBORS, GONK, D-VICES, THE STONEMEN – and more – before we’re all blown to smithereens, baby.
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ONYON – Octopus
STEFAN CHRISTENSEN – Luxury is God
TREASURY OF PUPPIES – Dödens Soffa
THE STONEMEN – Faded Colors
THE CHOKE – Top Man
THE JI-ANTS – The Tension’s High
KILOFF AND THE NEIGHBORS – Co Jest Grane?
COINS PARALLELES – Coins Paralleles
GONK – Supermarket
MR. PESCADO – Sunset Pics
MUTE SERVANTS – Mother’s Ruin
THE ELEKTRAS – Say You Love Me
THE BEACH BOYS – Heroes and Villains
THE BEACH BOYS – Do You Like Worms?
THE BEACH BOYS – Look (Song For Children)
THE BEACH BOYS – Surf’s Up
MALC THE TALC – Out In The Sticks
THE IN OUT – Club Blackout
D-VICES – Adequate
2 thoughts on “Dynamite Hemorrhage Radio #183”
Mr Hinman … am truly rueful I didn’t get a print edition of #8. Due to various reasons I won’t belabour, but not least the crippling postage to UK. Hope to get a real-life #9. But I digress. I write because am 2 pgs into the generously provided and much appreciated pdf of #8. I would TOTALLY read your detailed scrutiny of every Slash issue. The mag is that much of a touchstone it warrants it. Also I can’t speak for other readers, but I dig very much that DH is your own opinionated and willful labour. A large part of the appeal of DH is personality, a quality which is lacking in much contempo culture. I think it was/is a prime ‘selling point’ of zine culture, agree or disagree, a feeling of the human at work comes through. Forgive me if I repeat myself here: I’m all in favour your venturing into all forms of music, film etc. The 70s flick article is a dream, since thats also a particular passion of mine. In fact I have on my wall the ‘world update’ Slash cover because I am so stoked at seeing passions like Sam Fuller and Roky Erickson corralled around Mark Valens’ groovy artwork. The limits should be permeable, only there for as long as they are useful. Slash readers wrote bile in response to the Paul Schrader interview; I can appreciate the argument he was ‘Hollywood’, but I dismiss it, I love his films and writing – you know, so what? It’s a kind of puritan, narrow outlook. Anyway, that was forty years ago! Forgive my rambling, if you can, and best of wishes.
Appreciate the kind words. Drop me a line sometime at my email address firstname.lastname@example.org and we can continue the conversation there….!