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.
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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
Here’s my latest mix up on 8Tracks called CHICK HABIT. It’s a collection of female-fronted masterpieces from the modern age, including stuff from the 60s, 70s, 90s and hell, even 2012. Everything’s got a little bit of harmony, a little bit of dirt, and a girl or a woman in the lead vocal position. Examples include Sally Skull, World of Pooh and Holly Golightly. Fall in love all over again.
- SALLY SKULL – Running Kind
- THE WENDY DARLINGS – Get Up
- WORLD OF POOH – Strip Club
- PAMELA – I’m Nobody (Cold Shoulders)
- HOLLY GOLIGHTLY – I Can’t Be Trusted
- NORMA TRACY & THE CINDERELLA KIDS – Skateboard
- CRACK UND ULTRA ECZEMA – Buddy’s a Good Boy
- LOVE IS ALL – Motorboat
- LORETTE VELVETTE – Boys Keep Swinging
- THE COATHANGERS – Bury Me
- GAZE – So Early To Tell
- LES CALAMITES – Le Supermarche
- LUSH – Hey Hey Helen
- THE GORLS – Tracie
- THE NIXE – You Say
- THE SCHOOL – I Wouldn’t Know What To Do
- LINDA LAINE – Low Grades & High Fever
- HABIBI – Far From Right
- DETECTIVE AGENCY – Daggers
- APRIL MARCH – Chick Habit
- NANCY SINATRA – You Only Live Twice
I’m a stone-cold sucker for wacky girl-group songs of the 50s/60s, particularly if there’s lots of whooping and hollering in the background, and especially if there’s a lone male in the mix doing a frog-voice vocal fry to make the proceedings even nuttier. Thus, “Low Grades and High Fever” by LINDA LAINE (WITH THE SINNERS) wins high marks across the board from me, as I’m sure it will from you.