Stream or download the newest Dynamite Hemorrhage Radio Podcast, #16, recorded in late June 2013. Like the other 15, which I’m putting out about once every two weeks, it’s an hour of raw, underground music from multiple sub-strands of rocknroll. This one’s maybe a little more gentle and pop-like than some of our past bonzai, punktastic editions, but if you hang in there for 60 minutes you’ll definitely be able to get what you’re looking for, punker.
New stuff this time from THE PEARLS (new female duo from Italy), THE SLEAZE, THE WIMPSand other bands with “The” in their names. Older stuff spans from quiet New Zealand Velvets-inspired stuff like The Pedestrians and The Kiwi Animal to garage punk from The Nights & Days, Girls at Dawn, Thee Mighty Caesars & more. Stream it, download it, and as always – tell a friend.
Download Dynamite Hemorrhage Radio Podcast #16 here.
Stream Dynamite Hemorrhage Radio Podcast #16 here.
THEE MIGHTY CAESARS – Comanche
THE PEARLS – Away
THE PEDESTRIANS – Looking Out My Window
SAMARA LUBELSKI – Field The Mine
LORETTE VELVETTE – Boys Keep Swinging
THE WILDERNESS CHILDREN – Bad Taste in My Mouth
COME – SVK
VERTIGO – Two Lives
SWELL MAPS – Another Song
THE DONNAS – Lana and Steve
SEEMS TWICE – Salient Feature
MIL MASCARAS – Best Trip
U.X.A. – U.X.A.
THE WIMPS – Slept in Late
THE NIGHTS AND DAYS – Excuses
HUNGRY GAYZE – Pins and Needles
THE GIRLS AT DAWN – I’m Alone
THE SLEAZE – Because of You
ALTERNATE LEARNING – Dresden
THE GIBSON BROS – Skull & Crossbones
THE KIWI ANIMAL – Blue Morning
DADAMAH – Radio Brain
ANN-MARGRET – You Turned My Head Around
Download some of the past shows, too, while you’re at it – each about one hour.
I don’t know a ton about LORETTE VELVETTE – frankly I barely know anything about Tav Falco & Panther Burns, with whom she’s played – but I do know that her cover of Bowie’s “Boys Keep Swinging” from 2000 is better than the original. It hits like a ton of over modulated bricks from the start, and keeps hitting while remaining a pretty faithful interpretation of the original (one of the dozen or so Bowie songs I truly dig).
It’s from an album called “Rude Angel”. I heard the rest of that album around that time and reckoned that this was the only one worth holding onto.
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