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If you’re paying attention even a little bit, there really still is just too much great rocknroll music pouring out of basements and dark clubs worldwide to stuff into a 60-minute phony radio show every two weeks – yet I do try. The list of things I wanted to play is longer than the list of things I played, but I guess that’s what happens when you shoehorn in a nine-minute, feedback-laden track off of a Velvet Underground bootleg – and expect people to listen. You’ll listen, won’t you?

DYNAMITE HEMORRHAGE RADIO #34 has got some absolute gnarl from modern bands like SEX TIDE (new track!), VELO, THE FIREWORKS and THE IN OUT. Would you believe DEATH OF SAMANTHA and ANIMALS & MEN are still with us, and have first-rate new recordings being played here? How about some brand new guitar bending from the misanthropic ALVARIUS B? Or some perfect new pop from Dunedin, New Zealand’s TRICK MAMMOTH?

I even headed into the library for “deep cuts” from The Weirdos, Salvation Army, Spider and the Webs, Division Four and more. Listen up and maybe come over to iTunes and give it nice plug, hows about?

Download Dynamite Hemorrhage Radio #34 here.
Subscribe to the show on iTunes here.

Track listing:
ANIMALS AND MEN – Easy Riding
SEX TIDE – I Want To Die
THE LA DE DAs – How Is The Air Up There?
SALVATION ARMY – She Turns To Flowers
FLESH EATERS – Agony Shorthand
THE WEIRDOS – Scream Baby Scream (1977 demo)
THE FIREWORKS – Getting Nowhere Fast
DEATH OF SAMANTHA – Amphetamine
COACHWHIPS – Body and Brains
DIVISION FOUR – Doctor’s Wife
SPIDER AND THE WEBS – Bacon Achin’
VELO – Out
TRICK MAMMOTH – Delphine (With a Purpose)
BELLE & SEBASTIAN – Lazy Line Painter Jane
THE VELVET UNDERGROUND – Run Run Run (live 1969, Hilltop Pop Festival)
ALVARIUS B – Yeah Well, Oyster Shells
GIBSON BROS – Broke Down Engine
THE IN OUT – The Stupidity

Past Shows:
Dynamite Hemorrhage #33    (playlist)
Dynamite Hemorrhage #32    (playlist)
Dynamite Hemorrhage #31    (playlist) 
Dynamite Hemorrhage #30    (playlist) 

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Normally I’ll wait a full two weeks before recording a new Dynamite Hemorrhage Radio for the people, but I had an overflowing digital crate of desirable mp3s that I couldn’t even lift anymore, so I’ve unburdened myself with this outstanding 25-song, hour-long podcast that’s arguably the best mixtape anyone’s made in 2014 so far. Modesty aside, I’m pretty sure it’s the best one I’ve heard. 

I mean yeah, you have to put up with the DJ and all his meaningless yarn-spinning yammering, but it’s a small price to pay when you can hear brand new music from BRIDGE COLLAPSE, POW!, ALLIGATOR, THE IN OUT, FRAU, GROWTH, TUNABUNNY and other heroes of the rock and roll form. And when you factor in older stuff from Kim Fowley, The Bags, Chain Gang, Division Four, Jefferson Airplane and Rutto, well, now you’re really cooking with gas.

Download Dynamite Hemorrhage Radio #31
Subscribe to the show in iTunes 

Track listing:
BRIDGE COLLAPSE – Wilderness
POW! – Hope Dealers
DIVISION FOUR – Blank Prostitutes
BLACK BUG – Well Well
FRAU – Sherman’s Gone 
CHAIN GANG – Piss Your Pants
THE IN OUT – Poseur Alert
JEFFERSON AIRPLANE – Two Heads
ROYAL TRUX – The Spectre
SIC ALPS – Eat Happy
TUNABUNNY – Empire
GROWTH – The Flood
EDIBLE ARRANGEMENTS – Catholic Quilt
KIM FOWLEY – Motorboat
PHANTOM TOLLBOOTH – Flip Your Lid
THE SCIENTISTS – When Fate Deals Its Mortal Blow
RUTTO – Ma Vihaan
DWARVES – Fuck You Up and Get High
GERMS – Lexicon Devil
THE BAGS – We Will Bury You
THE USERS – Message
THE MAKERS – I’m Not a Social Kind of Guy
THE SHIRKERS – Drunk and Disorderly
ALLIGATOR – Sneakers

Past Shows:
Dynamite Hemorrhage #30    (playlist) 
Dynamite Hemorrhage #29    (playlist) 
Dynamite Hemorrhage #28    (playlist)
Dynamite Hemorrhage #27    (playlist) 
Dynamite Hemorrhage #26    (playlist) 
Dynamite Hemorrhage #25    (playlist) 
Dynamite Hemorrhage #24    (playlist) 
Dynamite Hemorrhage #23    (playlist) 
Dynamite Hemorrhage #22    (playlist) 
Dynamite Hemorrhage #21    (playlist) 
Dynamite Hemorrhage #20    (playlist)

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THE IN OUT are back after a bit of a hiatus with an excellent EP called “Agenda” that rattles off three new tunes – part drugged, part frantic, often in the same song.

If anyone’s allowed to call a “poseur alert” (as the first song on the A-side does), it’s a band that’s been delving into weird Fall/Swell Maps-isms since 1992. Here’s “Agenda”, title track from the new 7" EP.

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While we were spending our time obsessing about New Zealand’s Xpressway tapes and records; cuddling up to the Victor Dimisich Band, The Terminals and the like; and searching every nook and cranny of record stores and the internet for Fall ephemera, this Boston band called THE IN OUT were recording this mindblower of a song, “Club Blackout”. This song is incredible – a farfisa-driven, ear-scraping wormhole straight off of “This Nation’s Saving Grace” but better than any single song on that great record.

From 1997’s “Cosmosis” album on Dark Beloved Cloud records. I know what my most-wanted vinyl LP is now. Anyone know if there’s a legal download floating around out there somewhere?