A new clip from Australian heavy hitters TERRY – a totally infectious 45 that’s one of our favorites this year called “8 Girls”.
After a painful 3-week absence from our studio and mixing desk, by which I mean aging laptop, we’ve returned with a new hour-long DYNAMITE HEMORRHAGE RADIO (#53) for you and yours & for the people, too. Loaded with new bangers and ragers from around the rocknroll milieu. Some of the aforementioned: Constant Mongrel, Lime Crush, SROS Lords, Birds of Avalon, Coma in Algiers, Sissy, The Dance Asthmatics and Penny Machine. Whew.
What’s more, we didn’t stop there. We also added library material from The Meat Puppets (pictured here, back in 1980); The Silver; Coolies; Rotters; Flesh Eaters; Dacios and much, much more. Couldn’t believe what an unmitigated delight it was to put it together for you. Sincerely hope it plays as well on your end.
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CONSTANT MONGREL – The Law
SISSY – Sail and Rail
THE ROTTERS – Sink The Whales (Buy Japanese Goods)
THE MAD – Mask
THE SILVER – No More Grease
MEAT PUPPETS – Out in the Gardener
THE MOTARDS – The Fast Song
THE DACIOS – Monkey’s Blood
SIC ALPS – Clarence
WHITE FENCE – Destroy Everthing
GROWTH – Blind Voice
LIME CRUSH – Baby
THE COOLIES – Dark Stormy Night
SROS LORDS – Jesse’s Girl
FLESH EATERS – Pony Dress
PENNY MACHINE – Ruthies
DANCE ASTHMATICS – Liquid Lunch
COMA IN ALGIERS – Freeland
BIRDS OF AVALON – Disappeance
Some past shows:
Dynamite Hemorrhage #52 (playlist)
Dynamite Hemorrhage #51 (playlist)
Dynamite Hemorrhage #50 (playlist)
Dynamite Hemorrhage #49 (playlist)
Dynamite Hemorrhage #48 (playlist)
Dynamite Hemorrhage #47 (playlist)
Dynamite Hemorrhage #46 (playlist)
Dynamite Hemorrhage #45 (playlist)
Dynamite Hemorrhage #44 (playlist)
Dynamite Hemorrhage #43 (playlist)
Dynamite Hemorrhage #42 (playlist)
Dynamite Hemorrhage #41 (playlist)
Dynamite Hemorrhage #40 (playlist)
It’s another edition of our hour-long series of podcasts/mixtapes/fake radio shows called DYNAMITE HEMORRHAGE RADIO, coming to you for the 37th time since we kicked off this relatively rewarding endeavor late in 2012. I focused this one pretty laser-like on new stuff, both new bands and new reissues. In the former category, we’ve got stuff from Numb Bats, Good Throb, Advlts, Pang, Trick Mammoth, Constant Mongrel, Thee Oh Sees, Ausmuteantsand Fleabite. Whoa. In the latter, I’m playing you things from Jack Ruby, X__X and Dadamah (pictured). Not one half bad.
See if you’re buying one hour and 4 minutes of what we’re selling – and please try some of the older shows while you’re at it as well.
Download Dynamite Hemorrhage Radio #37.
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DADAMAH – Absent and Erotic Lives
GOOD THROB – No Taste
ADVLTS – Raw Nerves
FLEABITE – Last Call
AUSMUTEANTS – 15 Frames Per Second
CONSTANT MONGREL – New Shapes
NUMB BATS – Cry Baby
JOHNNY BOY – You Are The Generation That Bought More Shoes and You Get What You Deserve
TRICK MAMMOTH – Doll
HOUSEHOLD – Never After
PANG – Relax
THE KIWI ANIMAL – Making Tracks
JACK RUBY – Hit and Run
MARS – Helen Forsdale
RED TRANSISTOR – Not Bite
THE GIZMOS – Mean Screen
X__X – A
BLACK BUG – Unicorn
THEE OH SEES – Encrypted Bounce
Dynamite Hemorrhage #36 (playlist)
Dynamite Hemorrhage #35 (playlist)
Dynamite Hemorrhage #34 (playlist)
Dynamite Hemorrhage #33 (playlist)
Dynamite Hemorrhage #32 (playlist)
Dynamite Hemorrhage #31 (playlist)
Dynamite Hemorrhage #30 (playlist)
It’s been a few weeks – how about another DYNAMITE HEMORRHAGE RADIO PODCAST, what do you say? This is the nineteenth edition (#19), and this time around I’ve got some stunning new stuff from RUBY PINS, THE AR-KAICS, SIMPLE CIRCUIT, SKINNY GIRL DIET and CONSTANT MONGREL. It’s about an hour, all told. The older material includes a lot of daffy, developmentally-delayed rocknroll this time around, including messed-up sideways punk from The Silver, The Panics, Art Phag, The Keggs and The Riptoids. Then there’s stuff from Black Flag, SPK, The Bristols, Winterbrief, and Kitchen and the Plastic Spoons, too – so maybe that’s more your thing.
Parents may find it somewhat challenging trying to explain this music to children, so please share this with the utmost in caution. There are 18 other episodes to download as well – you’ll find those all below the playlist.
THE RIPTOIDS – I’m Wired
RUBY PINS – Chariot
THE PLAYTHINGS – Sit Down (Stand Up)
WINTERBRIEF – Love Seat Sofa Charade
BUTTER UTTER – Soho
THE SILVER – Do You Wanna Dance
THE AR-KAICS – She Does Those Things To Me
KEGGS – To Find Out
THE BRISTOLS – The Way I Feel About You
RIGHT ON – Buried Alive
ART PHAG – A Boy and His Gun
JACKKNIFE – Teen Dance Debbie
CONSTANT MONGREL – In The Courts
THE DWARVES – Eat You To Survive
THE PANICS – I Wanna Kill My Mom
SIMPLE CIRCUIT – SOS
THE MINUTEMEN – History Lesson
BLACK FLAG – Clocked In
KITCHEN AND THE PLASTIC SPOONS – Blatta
SPK – No More
THE FUSE! – All Across The World
ERASE ERRATA – Harvester
NUMBERS – Drunk With Pain
SKINNY GIRL DIET – Homesick
Back with yet another hour-long radio programme, recorded at home on a laptop. We call it Dynamite Hemorrhage Radio. Every few weeks I save a bunch of righteous songs I want you to hear in a file folder on my laptop, then I unleash them upon you in a logical, carefully-curated order, with spoken interludes full of important discographical information and far too much navel-gazing reminiscing to be healthy (or interesting).
This show, Dynamite Hemorrhage Radio Podcast #18, features some new releases by CONSTANT MONGREL, SKINNY GIRL DIET and the OCCASIONAL FLICKERS, as well as host of underground and obscure releases from the past forty years by The Piranhas (pictured here as they were back in 2000), Deep Wound, Detective Agency, The Wilderness Children, 8 Eyed Spy, Mondo Guano, The Coachwhips, Delmonas, Whitefronts and many more. Songs I like. Songs I want you to like.
Download Dynamite Hemorrhage Radio Podcast #18.
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THE WHITEFRONTS – Get Out Of The House Or I’m Calling The Cops
CONSTANT MONGREL – Under Collar (Little Boys)
THE PIRANHAS – Piranhas Attack
LOUD FAST RULES – Your Clock
FIERY FURNACES – Straight Street
DETECTIVE AGENCY – Smoke A Cig
SKINNY GIRL DIET – Dimethyltyptamine
39 CLOCKS – Psycho Beat
PRESSLER-MORGAN – You’re Gonna Watch Me
MONDO GUANO – Deadwood
8 EYED SPY – Motor Oil Shanty
OCCASIONAL FLICKERS – Capitalism Begins At Home
THE WILDERNESS CHILDREN – Plastic Bag From Tescoes
INTERNATIONAL STRIKE FORCE – Just Not Ready
THE PRETENDERS – The Phone Call
THE DELMONAS – Dr. Goldfoot & His Bikini Machine
COME ON – See Me
SUBURBAN REPTILES – 45 Single
THE COACHWHIPS – Couldn’t Find Love
DIE KRUEZEN – Conditioned
THE NECROS – Sex Drive
DEEP WOUND – Lou’s Anxiety Song
DISSOLVE – Strand
I’ve made a new 8Tracks mix of some of the best rocknroll music from the past twelve months. I hope you’ll join me over there and listen to “REFLEX ON YOU”. It’s 17 of the most raw and exciting tracks from the year past, from wild sub-underground artpunk to garage noise to bent pop music. You’ll hear humdingers from Constant Mongrel, Priests and Spray Paint, among many others.
- CONSTANT MONGREL – Reflex
- PRIESTS – Radiation
- UV RACE – Life Park
- EDIBLE ARRANGEMENTS – Dark Water
- THE SLEAZE – Too Close To Home
- PARQUET COURTS – Smart Aleck Kid
- THE WIMPS – Hello Frustration
- SPRAY PAINT – Spock Fingers
- LANTERN – Strange Weather
- RAW PRAWN – None Left
- KELLY STOLTZ – Double Exposure
- PRISSY CLERKS – Death Wish
- WHITE FENCE – Trouble is Trouble Never Seen
- FREELOVE FENNER – Vicky’s Day
- COLLEEN GREEN – You’re So Cool
- BURNT ONES – Strawberry Tomb
- VERONICA FALLS – Timeless Melody
Stream the mix here – mobile or web is fine.
Tom Lax pegged Australia’s CONSTANT MONGREL as one of his best of 2012 and I’d never heard of ‘em. So I did a little digging and came up w/ their “Everything Goes Wrong” LP, and the first track, “Reflex” – wham and whoa. A stunning wallop of post-punk razorwire oomph in the early SPK or GORDONS vein. I figured I’d found my favorite record of the year as well.
So I lived with it a little, and came to realize that like a lot of long-players, there’s only a couple of tracks you’ll ever want to hear again. “Reflex” is one. “Four Legs”, which I’m posting for you here, is the other. I could have maintained my bonzai excitement for a few months had this just been a 45. Let me know if I’m off base here.