Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Leeds UK Show - 11/17/08

Everything tonight was made in Leeds, England. Like Sheffield, Leeds may not be a household name but it is truly one of post-punk's finest cities. You can download its story by following the link below:

Leeds Show

The songs came out like this:

A Rock and a Hard Place - The Sisters of Mercy
Talk About the Weather - Red Lorry Yellow Lorry
Religious As Hell - March Violets
Deliverance - The Mission UK
Seedy Films - Soft Cell
Time Thief - Pale Saints
Away - The Bolshoi
***Guilty Pleasure*** Here I Go Again - Whitesnake
The Human Factor - Music For Pleasure
Thirteen - !Forward Russia!
I Predict A Riot - Kaiser Chiefs
Pleasure - Girls At Our Best
Singing the Praises - Delta 5
Big Zombie - The Mekons
Damaged Goods - Gang of 4
Head in the Clouds - Ada Wilson and Keep in the Dark
Never Said - The Wedding Present
Giving Ground - The Sisterhood
The War Against Sleep - Cassandra Complex
Jonny Boy - Manhattan Love Suicides
Many Thanks For Your Honest Opinion - The Lodger
White Sound - Bill Nelson
Made in Heaven - Be Bop Deluxe
He'd Send In The Army (live) - Gang of 4

***New Music Off Of New Music Playlist***

(N) Crazy Dancing - Daedalus - Daly City Records Presents
(N) Powerball - Dandi Wind - (No album title)

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Sheffield UK Show - 11/10/08

Just a steeltown girl (town) on a Saturday (Monday) night. Sheffield UK, an English city that may not get a lot of publicity but certainly has its place in the heart of post-punk as well as modern indie music. I played only bands from Sheffield, spanning from the mid/late seventies to the present day. And you can download them all by following this link:

Sheffield UK Show

Being Boiled - Human League
Pulse Lovers - The Future
Diskono -Cabaret Voltaire
Afterwards - Artery
New Girls Neutrons - Vice Versa
Touch - I'm So Hollow
Where Have I Seen You - They Must Be Russians
All Time Low - 2.3
Red Planet - Comsat Angels
Going Steady - Jilted John
When I See You - The Thompson Twins
Sensorium - Clock DVA
Baby Called Billy - British Electric Foundation
Geisha Boys and Temple Girls - Heaven 17
The Look Of Love - ABC
Heaven is Waiting - Danse Society
Babies - Pulp
***Guilty Pleasure - Or Is It?*** Photograph - Def Leppard
High Strung Chironi - Pink Grease
View From the Afternoon - Arctic Monkeys
Fight Music For the Fight - Bromheads Jacket
Lust in the Movies - The Long Blondes
Dear Constable - The Harrisons
Letters - Navvy
Not What It Used To Be - Fury of the Headteachers
Blank Clocks - The Future

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Political Songs Show on Election Eve - 11/3/08

'Twas the night before election and what better way to celebrate than to play politcally-themed songs of the post-punk, punk, and alternative genres? What? I'm seriously asking you. Because I couldn't think of anything better so that is exactly what I did.

Sadly, there was a point in the show where the broadcast abruptly stopped but like any good American, I rolled up my sleeves, opened up a sound editing program, and pasted the rest of the songs left on my playlist to the end of the recording posted on my blog. You can download that recording by following the link below:

Political Song Show


Freedom of Choice - Devo
Government Flu - Dead Kennedys
Capitalism - Oingo Boingo
Armagh - Au Pairs
Alternative Ulster - Stiff Little Fingers
I Got A Right (live) - Adolescents
Butyric Acid - Consolidated
Out On Your Own - Easterhouse
Democracy? - The Damned
Natural's Not In - Gang of 4
Whine & Grine/Stand Down Margaret - The English Beat
Which Side Are You On? - Billy Bragg
Two Million Voices - Angelic Upstarts
Fuck the Tories - Riot Squad
Fuck tha Police - N.W.A.
Summer of '81 - The Vibrators
Living With Unemployment - The Newtown Neurotics
Career Opportunities - The Clash
Reaganomics - D.R.I.
My Country - New Model Army
Alienation - Poison Girls
Burdon of Shame - UB40
Driven To Tears (live) - The Police
I'm A Conservative - Iggy Pop
The Politics of Dancing - Re-Flex
We Don't Need That Fascist Groove Thang - Heaven 17
Election Day - Arcadia