Dynamite Hemorrhage Radio

Dynamite Hemorrhage Radio #73

Take a dive into a world of ramshackle song construction, distorted pop noise & avant-whatever tomfoolery this week as Dynamite Hemorrhage Radio does its bi-weekly thing. For our 73rd show we’re spotlighting new or newly-reissued stuff from AMY GASSNER, WOODBOT, CCTV, NICK JONAH DAVIS, DOW JONES & THE INDUSTRIALS, THE WORLD, OBJECTS, ST. VINCENT & THE GRENADINES, WALL, JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF and more.

Don’t putter out before the end of the show, or you’ll miss a 1966 ear-bleeder by THE DRUIDS plus “Alcoholic Racing Car Driver” by GENTLEWORMS, and that’s certainly not something you want to tell your children you weren’t around for.

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Track listing:

NICK JONAH DAVIS – William Sathya
THE WORLD – Loser
L. VOAG – Kitchen
THINKING FELLERS UNION LOCAL 282 – Hornet’s Heart
JAMES MICHAEL SHEPARD & FRIENDS – Idi Amin Was Sippin’ Tea With The Mutant
DEPARTMENTSTORE SANTAS – Kaleidoscope
AMY GASSNER – Brown Sugar
THE CLEAN – Fish
SAN FRANCISCO SEALS – Day 12
ST. VINCENT & THE GRENADINES – Look To See
DOW JONES & THE INDUSTRIALS – Latent Psychosis
CCTV – Song About Knowitall Sayitalls
WOODBOT – Trash Dump
INTERNATIONAL STRIKE FORCE – Bandstory
OBJECTS – Rogers Park
PATSY – Paradise
THE DRUIDS – Too Shy
WALL – Cuban Cigars
JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF – (Coming of Age in) Samoa
QUANGO – Quickquid
THE COOLIES – Pull The Trigger
GENTLEWORMS – Alcoholic Racing Car Driver

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Check out this well-pieced-together video that was just posted for AMY GASSNER’s 1979 “Brown Sugar”, a falling-apart ramshackle sexpot cover of the Stones, all cobbled together in the great Memphis falling-apart tradition.

“Recorded in the haze of 1979 and possibly under the influence of hog tranquilizers”.

Gassner was in THE KLITZ in the late 70s, Memphis’ first all-female punk band – and their posthumous 45 from last year is also essential listening.

Get Amy Gassner’s 45 here.