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Touring the world one pair of headphones at a time...

Aug 3, 2016

Okay, okay. OKAY. I'm gonna do it. I did it. It's done. I'm settling the argument about what is and is not "post punk" and "post punk revival" in the episode of the show in which I swear the most (you've been warned - SWEARING AHEAD), because I'm sick and tired of lazy music critics being unable to discern between post-punk and garage rock (or even basic punk rock).


By the end of this show, you should be able to recognize key elements of the post-punk scene, and understand where it came from, where it vanished into (hint: goth-rock/new-wave) and what made it come back.


It's a big show, but you only get one scene show a month, so I should make them count...



  • "Public Image" - Public Image Ltd.
  • "Pink Flag" - Wire
  • "Shadowplay" - Joy Division
  • "Hong Kong Garden" - Siouxsie & The Banshees
  • "A Forest" - The Cure
  • "The Electric Co." - U2
  • "Blister In The Sun" - Violent Femmes
  • "Burning Down The House" - Talking Heads
  • "Modern Dance" - Pere Ubu
  • "No Tears" - Tuxedomoon
  • "Party Fears Two" - Associates
  • "That's When I Reach For My Revolver" - Mission Of Burma
  • "Making Plans For Nigel" - XTC
  • "No Rest" - New Model Army
  • "Down On Me" - The Jesus & Mary Chain
  • "Rock Lobster" - The B-52's
  • "Passing Strangers" - Ultravox
  • "Don't You (Forget About Me)" - Simple Minds
  • "Strangelove" - Depeche Mode
  • "Freedom Of Choice" - Devo
  • "Age of Consent" - New Order
  • "All That Money Wants" - The Psychedelic Furs
  • "E=MC2" - Big Audio Dynamite
  • "The Killing Moon (John Peel Session)" - Echo & The Bunnymen
  • "St. Vitus Dance" - Bauhaus
  • "Perfume Garden" - The Chameleons
  • "Treason" - The Teardrop Explodes
  • "Damaged Goods" - Gang Of Four
  • "Mr. Brightside" - The Killers
  • "Reptilia" - The Strokes
  • "Take Me Out" - Franz Ferdinand
  • "Obstacle 2" - Interpol
  • "Maps" - Yeah Yeah Yeahs
  • "Time To Get Away" - LCD Soundsystem
  • "Love Burns" - Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
  • "I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor" - Arctic Monkeys
  • "Banquet" - Bloc Party
  • "Sex On Fire" - Kings of Leon
Jul 29, 2016

It's a show full of fun and party and swing and gas. A decent amount of stuff from Japan in this one, but also music from Germany, Ireland, England, Scotland, France and that most romantic of locations, New Jersey.


Bring it, kids.



  • "The Gold Song" - The Bouncing Souls
  • "Step It Up" - Kuersche
  • "Italian Leather Sofa" - Cake
  • "Optical" - Chris Joss
  • "Know Your Rights" - LAMA
  • "Wolves / Crows" - Kitchens Of Distinction
  • "Crazy" - Kano
  • "Angel Flavor's Present" - Yu Miyake
  • "Dirty Exploding Sonic Dogfight" - The Wounded Knees
  • "Nothing I Can Do About It" - Idlewild
  • "In The Chaos" - 遠藤正明
  • "Doomsday" - Transplants
  • "Better This Way" - The Early November
Jul 26, 2016

Welcome to our first midweek show. This one's a little light on me talking, because it's an hour of tunes I might spin if I were DJ'ing a club. But you know me, I gotta be me...



  • "(We) Belong To Electro" - aM [aem]
  • "GDMFSOB (UNKLE Uncensored)" - DJ Shadow ft. Roots Manuva
  • "The Unbreakable" - BT
  • "Time Is Running Out" - Apollo 400
  • "We Are Rockstars" - Does It Offend You, Yeah?
  • "Sandstorm Calling" - Andy Hunter
  • "I Need Air" - Magnetic Man ft. Angela Hunte
  • "The Big Jump" - The Chemical Brothers
  • "Crimson Phoenix" - Atlas Plug
  • "Evil Beauty" - Blackmill
  • "Forever" - VHS Or Beta
  • "End Of Line" - Daft Punk
Jul 22, 2016

Hey folks, welcome to Year Two. As per my comments last week, this show is smaller, clocking in at a little more than an hour, but there will be another show on Monday or Tuesday, and then back again on Friday. That's right, twice a week, with bundles of energy and joy to keep you excited.


All that said, let's get this show on the road!



  • "Pockets" - Powderfinger
  • "Doomed" - Bring Me The Horizon
  • "There (feat. Spra)" - On Or About
  • "Riot On Broadway" - The Living End
  • "Break Into The Light Yakusoku No Boushi" - Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra
  • "The Struggle" - Lucky Boys Confusion
  • "Electric Indigo" - The Paper Kites
  • "Kashmir Song" - Lagori
  • "Fake Empire" - The National
  • "Are You Nervous?" - Rock Kills Kid
  • "Illness Illusion" - Gackt
  • "Date With IKEA" - Pavement
  • "Slave To The Traffic Light" - Phish
Jul 15, 2016

For #52, I wanted to do a best-of for our first year, and highlight many of my favorites that I've played throughout the last twelve months with a double-cherry picked primo tip-top show, that features music from England, Japan, Turkey, Taiwan, Russia, Portugal, Germany, Italy, Nigeria, France, Greece, Israel, Argentina, Thailand, Indonesia, India, Scotland, Serbia and that most foreign of locales, Nebraska.


This show is also a big boy XXL sized show, so get comfortable. Also, keep in mind, near the end of the show, I talk a bit about the changes we're going to go through for Year Two, and what that means to all of you. (TL;DR - Find more listeners.)


It's been a blast, and hopefully I'll see you guys again.



  • "Ring (feat. Willem Dafoe)" - Mint Royale
  • "Playstar Vista" - Supercar
  • "Gasoline" - Halsey
  • "Dort" - KES
  • "Sinner Man (feat. Tom Meighan)" - Idris Elba
  • "Blue Storm" - Jay Chou
  • "Bop (Re-Mastered)" - Psiheya
  • "Really Happen" - Blasted Mechanism
  • "Hey Cowboy" - Wingenfelder
  • "New Chemical" - Tomoyasu Hotei
  • "Load Your Gunzzz" - The Goddamn Gallows
  • "RED" - B'z
  • "I Gotsta Get Paid" - ZZ Top
  • "Elettrica" - Litfiba
  • "New Day" - Threadstone
  • "The Champion (feat. MC Frontalot)" - Mike Doughty
  • "Виражи" - Centr
  • "Be Brave" - Akira The Don
  • "Thé à la menthe" - La Caution
  • "Mikro Agori" - Stereo Nova
  • "Shirat Hastiker (Sticker Song)" - Hadag Nahash
  • "In The Rain" - Hime
  • "Kasik Havasi" - Replikas
  • "The Sheep" - Subwave
  • "Fever" - Dragon Ash
  • "Redshift" - Enter Shikari
  • "Fue" - Soda Stereo
  • "Cuts You Up" - Peter Murphy
  • "Stringer" - The Jaguar Club
  • "ความรัก" - Bodyslam
  • "Swamp Thing" - The Chameleons UK
  • "Public Transportation" - Satchel Grande
  • "Revolusi Cinta" - Slank
  • "Rudra" - Agam
  • "Wolves Of Winter" - Biffy Clyro
  • "The Mountain Will Fall" - DJ Shadow
  • "Lay Your Hands On Me" - Boom Boom Satellites
  • "Open Your Eyes" - School of Seven Bells
  • "1000 Godina" - Partibrejkers
  • "Thunder Clatter" - Wild Cub
  • "30 (It's Not Easy)" - Fury In The Slaughterhouse
  • "Beautiful Thing" - The Stone Roses
Jul 8, 2016

Lots of countries, lots of fun tunes, lots of strange combinations, but it should all be things you enjoy, or at least enjoy being exposed to. There's Canadian psychobilly, Australian political rock, Midwestern funk, French acid-house, Moroccan dub, Taiwanese rubber soul, and blasts from the past that ought to tickle and delight.

Go find a new person today to get to subscribe to the podcast. Even if you need to grab someone random on the street, or go print out a poster with the site's address and tape it to a telephone pole or a streetlight. More listeners means more shows! As President Obama said, "If a farmboy from Tatooine can save the galaxy, you can too."

Next week, big big show to celebrate one year of me doing this nonsense. Be here or be a [REDACTED].



  • "The Heart Of The Sea" - Flogging Molly
  • "Nbrik" - Aisha Kandisha's Jarring Effects
  • "Choose Life" - PF Project ft. Ewan McGregor
  • "Obama Mic Drop (1999)" - The Gregory Brothers
  • "Pedrophilia" - Busy P
  • "Depth Charge" - DJ Shadow
  • "Silver Screen Shower Scene" - Felix da Housecat
  • "Acidic" - Holy Fuck
  • "Ringfinger" - Nine Inch Nails
  • "Joint" - 川田まみ
  • "Fat Bottomed Girls" - Queen
  • "I Want To Touch You" - Catherine Wheel
  • "Ojo Animal" - Pappo
  • "Herstory Of Glory" - Do Make Say Think
  • "Drifting" - Jay Chou
  • "Stay" - Shakespear's Sister
  • "Darbari" - Lagori
  • "Oyster" - Jawbreaker
  • "Demon Lover" - The Creepshow
  • "Bored To Death" - Blink-182
  • "One Night Stand" - The Rifles
  • "All I Need Is A Miracle '96" - Mike & The Mechanics
  • "Plug Me In" - Ned's Atomic Dustbin
  • "Go Down Gamblin'" - Blood, Sweat & Tears
  • "Blue Sky Mine" - Midnight Oil
  • "I Get It From You" - Satchel Grande
  • "Trapped Today, Trapped Tomorrow" - Fury In The Slaughterhouse
  • "Close To Home" - The Get Up Kids
Jul 1, 2016

Fifty episodes in! Seems like I'm doing a lot of these things, huh? Oh well, it's another mishmash show full of loads of fun things. I don't talk as much this week, simply because I've been stellarly busy with a bunch of other projects, but there's still tons of awesome music for you to go and listen to.

Bring a friend! Pack a lunch! Stay for the day!



  • "Don't Save Us From The Flames" - M83
  • "Kool Thing" - Sonic Youth
  • "Livin' In A Bitch Of A World" - 7Horse
  • "No One Can Be That Stupid" - Too Much Joy
  • "Ambar" - Raghu Dixit
  • "Love And Loss" - Jayson Belt
  • "Feelin' Alright?" - Traffic
  • "Silver Bullets" - The Chills
  • "Kiss The Judas" - Fury In The Slaughterhouse
  • "The Way I Tend To Be" - Frank Turner
  • "Asleep On The Motorway" - Jesus Jones
  • "Tom Courtnenay" - Yo La Tengo
  • "Réalité" - Ulan Bator
  • "Fu - Yu" - DJ Krush & Toshinori Kondo
  • "Sun Touch" - Herbie Hancock
  • "Crazy" - The Afghan Whigs
  • "Kenya" - Weebl's Stuff
  • "Outsiders" - Suede
  • "Change" - Asian Dub Foundation
  • "Бизнес" - Centr
  • "Prism" - m-flo
  • "Nosebleeder Turbo TV" - Pop Will Eat Itself
  • "Teske boje" - Goran Bare & Majke
  • "Beautiful Thing" - The Stone Roses
  • "Dim" - dada
  • "I Am The Message" - Fightstar
  • "The Staunton Lick" - Lemon Jelly
Jun 24, 2016

Oh! Hey there. It's the Starlight Society, innit? This week, we play a bunch of music from a bunch of countries and have a grand old time, and in no way did I just remember that we were doing a show when someone pointed a microphone in my face....

As always, I recommend not reading the setlist until you've heard the show. You'll only spoil your surprises. Also, go out and make new people listen to the show. We need more fresh blood. And to my new listener in Bulgaria who seems to be listening to most of the shows, welcome! No idea how you found us, but go get some friends to listen!



  • "Nostalgia" - The Chameleons
  • "Compliment" - 208 Talks Of Angels
  • "38 Years Old" - The Tragically Hip
  • "Set Adrift On Memory Bliss" - P.M. Dawn
  • "Shinjitsu no Koi" - 2814
  • "Where Does the Past End and the Present Begin?" - Ian O'Brien
  • "Invisible" - Colin Hay
  • "The Only Way" - Brad
  • "Horn OK Please" - Sukhwinder Singh, Yo Yo Honey Singh & Anoushka Manchanda
  • "A Solid Bond In Your Heart" - The Style Council
  • "Daydream" - Judy and Mary
  • "The Last Garrison" - Enter Shikari
  • "Bloodhounds" - All Them Witches
  • "Watch Your Back" - Dizzee Rascal
  • "A Legitimate Business Man" - Tangerine Dream, Woody Jackson, The Alchemist, Oh No & DJ Shadow
  • "Fly, Gundam!" - Andrew W.K.
  • "Pretty Paracetamol" - Fischer-Z
  • "Variety Speak" - The Animaniacs
  • "Road Rats" - Alice Cooper
  • "Burn" - endive
  • "Auto-Tune the News #8- dragons. geese. Michael Vick. (ft. T-Pain)" - The Gregory Brothers
  • "Breakdown" - Tantric
  • "Sorpresa de Shanghai" - Patricio Rey y sus Redonditos de Ricota
  • "Unsteady" - Kill Creek
  • "Nothing But Love" - James
  • "The Fire Down Below" - Slaves (US)
  • "Turn It Up (Remix)/Fire It Up" - Busta Rhymes
  • אתניקס - צ'ארלי
  • "Last Defense" - Year Of The Rabbit
  • "Cry Little Sister" - G Tom Mac
  • "Wild One" - Thin Lizzy
  • "Last Song" - The Smashing Pumpkins
Jun 17, 2016

In the early 1990s, England had a series of reactions to the grunge and shoegaze movements, the biggest of which was a desire to return to the classic rock stylings of the 60s and 70s. This spawned the movement known as BritPop, whose heyday ran from 1991 until 1997 or so.

Over the next three hours, I'll walk you through some of the key moments in BritPop, play you some of the biggest tunes, introduce you to a bunch of "also-rans" and talk about what ended up causing BritPop's decline (Spoiler: mostly BritPop itself).


It's a fun show, a "best of BritPop" if you will, full of lots of bright and bouncy songs, plus a whole lot of England.



  • "Common People" - Pulp
  • "Animal Nitrate" - Suede
  • "Popscene" - Blur
  • "Wonderwall" - Oasis
  • "Come Together" - The Beatles
  • "Live Life" - The Kinks
  • "Girlfriend In A Coma" - The Smiths
  • "The Drowners" - Suede
  • "Parklife" - Blur
  • "Lipgloss" - Pulp
  • "Rock'n'Roll Star" - Oasis
  • "Caught By The Fuzz" - Supergrass
  • "Daydreamer" - Menswear
  • "Wide Open Space" - Mansun
  • "Connection" - Elastica
  • "Wake Up Boo!" - The Boo Radleys
  • "The Life Of Riley" - The Lightning Seeds
  • "Going For Gold" - Shed Seven
  • "Slight Return (John Peel Session 1994)" - The Bluetones
  • "Changingman" - Paul Weller
  • "The Riverboat Song" - Ocean Colour Scene
  • "One To Another" - The Charlatans
  • "Ladykillers" - Lush
  • "Sonnet" - The Verve
  • "A Design For Life" - Manic Street Preachers
  • "Girl From Mars" - Ash
  • "Female Of The Species" - Space
  • "I'm So Lonely" - Cast
  • "Miss Trudy" - Gorky's Zygotic Mynci
  • "You're Gorgeous" - Babybird
  • "Songs Of Love" - The Divine Comedy
  • "Come Back To What You Know" - Embrace
  • "A Girl Like You" - Edwyn Collins
  • "Waking Up" - Elastica
  • "Atom" - Echobelly
  • "Road Rage" - Catatonia
  • "What Do I Do Now?" - Sleeper
  • "Don't Go Away" - Oasis
  • "Bittersweet Symphony" - The Verve
  • "Song 2" - Blur
  • "Karma Police" - Radiohead
  • "The Shock Of The Lightning" - Oasis
Jun 10, 2016

Weird week. As I type this in, I'm sitting on a Ticketmaster page, camped, waiting to get tickets to Prophets of Rage, listening to the second Stone Roses single (which will be in next week's show), being sad that the singer/guitarist from Boom Boom Satellites is losing his battle with his brain tumor. I saw Caravan Palace a few days ago, and that was good. There's a song this week about "the best part of Ohio" for my Ohio peeps. There's a bit of Indonesian rock.

This week's show, like most shows, we'll cover all sorts of stuff. It's a few minutes long, but I wanted to spend a little bit of extra time on Boom Boom Satellites, so I did, and you can't stop me.

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  • "Still Water" - The Samples
  • "Revolusi Cinta" - Slank
  • "You Know You Can't Help It" - Buzzcocks
  • "Mala Truba" - Urban & 4
  • "The Magic Clap" - The Coup
  • "I Gotsta Get Paid" - ZZ Top
  • "Giant Balls Of Gold" - Steve Vai
  • "Теряю голову (feat. Symphony Orchestra of Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia)" - Bi-2
  • "Sorry About Your Irony" - El Ten Eleven
  • "Tonto" - Battles
  • "Fool In The Rain" - BalticSeaChild
  • "Galaxy Detour" - The Phenomenauts
  • "Lucky" - Supercar
  • "Almost Perfect" - The Pretenders
  • "From The Edge Of The Deep Green Sea" - The Cure
  • "(Rock) Superstar" - Cypress Hill
  • "Fight The Power" - Public Enemy
  • "Killing In The Name Of" - Rage Against The Machine
  • "I'm Sick Of This Place" - The Brilliant Green
  • "Wonderland" - Caravan Palace
  • "Just One Dance" - Caro Emerald
  • "Ready To Receive" - The Animalhouse
  • "Second Head" - The Teardrop Explodes
  • "Silver" - Hundred Reasons
  • "On The Painted Desert" - Boom Boom Satellites
  • "Lay Your Hands On Me" - Boom Boom Satellites
Jun 3, 2016

This week's your usual sized, fun-filled episode, stuffed to the gills with music from Japan, Turkey, Thailand, Finland, Germany and more. We go as far back as swing, and as cutting edge as trip-hop. We play music from The GothFather, from the king of Proto-Punk, and music that's somewhat educational.

It's a fun show. You should enjoy it. I know I did.

The usual set of links for the show:

    The webpage -
    The donate page -
    Me on Twitter -
    Why talking to random people in the Bay Area can be like Hell incarnate (I give it until 2018) -



  • "When You're On Top" - The Wallflowers
  • "Why Can't This Be Love?" - Van Halen
  • "Guerilla Radio" - Rage Against The Machine
  • "戰勝心魔" - Beyond
  • "East Easy Rider" - Julian Cope
  • "Rapstar" - Ceza
  • "Traded In My Cigarettes" - Plan B
  • "Hamishpat" - Mashina
  • "Late Goodbye" - Poets Of The Fall
  • "Beginning To See The Light" - The Velvet Underground
  • "Cry For Love" - Iggy Pop
  • "Bastard Landlord" - The Pogues
  • "Ain't That A Kick In The Head" - Dean Martin
  • "Mad About You" - Sting
  • "I Am My Own Name" - Peter Murphy
  • "San Francisco" - The Mowgli's
  • "Forget Myself" - Third Eye Blind
  • "Fake Tales Of San Francisco" - Arctic Monkeys
  • "Guten Tag" - Wir sind Helden
  • "Teenage Wristband" - The Twilight Singers
  • "ความรัก" - Bodyslam
  • "The Look (Unplugged)" - Roxette
  • "Sir Duke" - Stevie Wonder
  • "Missing Link" - DJ Krush
  • "On the Edge of a Cliff" - The Streets
  • "New Math" - Tom Lehrer
  • "Enid" - Barenaked Ladies
  • "Singing In My Sleep" - Semisonic
  • "Carolina" - Eric Bachmann
May 27, 2016

It's the end of the month, and in constantly proving that Cliff is bad with space estimates, I had a ton of time left over, so I provide to an XL sized show stuffed full of awesomeness and excitement, with loads of our favorites all crammed into an epic 3-hour episode.

This is also a week I recommend NOT looking at the set list until after the show is done, simply because it's full of a bunch of fun surprises.

You will get stuff from Argentina, Japan, Germany, Russia, Israel, Portugal, a big block of Scottish rock, and even more things that I'm too excited to type in right now. Rock, jazz, hip-hop, stuff from the 70s, 80s, 90s, 00s and teens... Oh, and the new Stone Roses single!

Just listen to it. It's awesome.

The usual set of links for the show:

    The webpage -
    The donate page -
    Me on Twitter -
    Your random technology joke of the day -



  • "All For One" - The Stone Roses
  • "Here We Go" - Fury In The Slaughterhouse
  • "Run to the Sun" - Dragon Ash
  • "Friends" - Joe Satriani
  • "Fearless Boogie" - Hank Williams III
  • "Century Lovers" - Porno Graffiti
  • "Don't Change" - INXS
  • "America" - Neil Diamond
  • "Take It From Me" - KONGOS
  • "Stargazer" - Mother Love Bone
  • "Voices In The Jungle" - Rock Sugar
  • "The Payback" - James Brown
  • "Red Shift" - Enter Shikari
  • "Still Life" - Men At Work
  • "Perfekt" - Wingenfelder:Wingenfelder
  • "Cuts You Up" - Peter Murphy
  • "What's Good" - Lou Reed
  • "Dream On" - Aerosmith
  • "Love Song" - The Cure
  • "Deviant Personality" - Blasted Mechanism
  • "Start!" - The Jam
  • "Zman Lehitorer" - Hadag Nahash
  • "Tunnel Vision" - Justin Timberlake
  • "DD弾[改]" - SOUL'd OUT
  • "Lights" - Journey
  • "Симфония" - Splean
  • "Letter Read" - Rachel Yamagata
  • "American English" - Idlewild
  • "Act On Impulse" - We Were Promised Jetpacks
  • "Almost Gold" - The Jesus & Mary Chain
  • "Black Chandelier" - Biffy Clyro
  • "Stringer" - The Jaguar Club
  • "Omaha Celebration" - Pat Metheny
  • "Every Car You Chase (The Snow Police)" - Party Ben
  • "Bad Reputation" - Joan Jett And The Blackhearts
  • "26 Is Dancier Than 4" - This Town Needs Guns
  • "Juego de Seducción" - Soda Stereo
  • "Improvise" - Jurassic 5
  • "This Is How It Feels" - Richard Ashcroft
  • "Hey Beautiful (Theme from "How I Met Your Mother")" - The Solids
  • "Heaven" - The Walkmen
  • "High" - The Cure
May 20, 2016

This week, we deep dive into the world of post-rock, full of gorgeous instrumentals and soundscapes that build worlds out of songs without words. This is one of my favorite subgenres of music - I have an entire playlist full of this stuff for when I'm writing that I just set on shuffle, and it drifts me through all sorts of moods and mindscapes. A guy I bumped into at the Motion City Soundtrack show said I should do a scene show on post-rock, so here we are.

If you aren't familiar with post-rock, it's rock without lyrics. I think you'll dig it. I know that I have for almost 20 years now. There isn't a ton about the history or development of the genre, simply because it isn't a centralized movement with a discernible story arc, but there is such a plethora of amazing bands doing this stuff, I didn't repeat anyone in the show, just to give you as many different sounds as possible, and I still had post rock bands I left out.

You can keep digging if you want more, I'm sure, but now you know where to start...

The usual set of links for the show:

And here's what I played...



  • "Always Crashing In The Same Car" - David Bowie
  • "Carol" - Slint
  • "Chief Sitting Duck" - Don Caballero
  • "1000 Miles" - Dirty Three
  • "A Simple Way To Go Faster Than Light That Does Not Work" - Tortoise
  • "Shifty Drifty" - Tristeza
  • "Amber, Ember, Glow" - Saxon Shore
  • "Soul City" - Bowery Electric
  • "Loft" - Caspian
  • "Bellevue Bridge" - Cul De Sac
  • "California Is Too Long" - Signal Hill
  • "Untitled 1" - Sigur Rós
  • "The Sun Smells Too Loud" - Mogwai
  • "So Long, Lonesome" - Explosions In The Sky
  • "Threads" - This Will Destroy You
  • "Knock At My Door" - The Six Parts Seven
  • "6pm" - This Is Your Captain Speaking
  • "The Air Between Us" - Hammock
  • "In Mind" - Do Make Say Think
  • "Arrived/Departed" - The Mercury Program
  • "Radio Protector" - 65daysofstatic
  • "The Colorfreak" - Kiln
  • "Call" - The American Dollar
  • "Forever Lost" - God Is An Astronaut
  • "A Little Bit Of Solidarity Goes A Long Way" - And So I Watch You From Afar
  • "Circa" - Beware Of Safety
  • "Leyendecker" - Battles
  • "Weightless Frame" - Gifts From Enola
  • "Malko" - Russian Circles
  • "Pyramid Of The Sun" - Maserati
  • "In Every Mind" - Red Sparowes
  • "The Writer's Audience Is Always Fiction" - You May Die in the Desert
  • "After Image" - Toe
  • "A Heart Has Asked For The Pleasure" - Mono
  • "No Name" - The Samuel Jackson Five
  • "Seraphim & Cherubim" - Maybeshewill
May 13, 2016

This week, we finally do our tribute to Prince. Born Prince Rogers Nelson, The Artist Mostly Known As Prince was one of the most prolific songwriters of our time. Blending funk, rock and R&B, Prince was a force to be reckoned with. One of the Top 50 Guitarists by Rolling Stone magazine, Prince lived a life that was envied by many. He got a recording contract at age 17. He replaced his name with a symbol, then changed it back again.

He was the purple one.

From his home in Paisley Park (just outside of Minneapolis, Minnesota), Prince built an empire, releasing 39 albums, recording dozens (maybe hundreds) more. A tiny guy with a big amount of style. This week, we give you an overview of the life and music of Prince.

As always, the website for the show is and you can find us on Twitter @Devinoch and if you want to donate to the show, you can do so over at - All of these are things that are worth doing.

You should also be spreading the good word about the show, trying to get us new listeners. I'm not above pandering....



  • "I Wanna Be Your Lover" - Prince
  • "Darling Nikki" - Foo Fighters
  • "1999" - Prince
  • "Purple Rain" - Prince & The Revolution
  • "When Doves Cry" - Prince & The Revolution
  • "Raspberry Beret" - Prince & The Revolution
  • "Kiss" - Prince
  • "Sign O The Times" - Prince
  • "Alphabet St" - Prince
  • "When 2 R In Love" - Prince
  • "Nothing Compares 2 U" - Sinead O'Connor
  • "Manic Monday" - The Bangles
  • "Jungle Love" - Morris Day & The Time
  • "Batdance" - Prince
  • "Diamonds And Pearls" - Prince
  • "Sexy M.F." - Prince
  • "The Most Beautiful Girl In The World" - Prince
  • "Get Yo Groove On" - Prince
  • "The Sensual Everafter" - Prince
  • "Lolita" - Prince
  • "Guitar" - Prince
  • "Dreamer" - Prince
  • "Breakfast Can Wait" - Prince
  • "Look At Me" - Prince
May 6, 2016

Show #42 was always planned to be a special show. We will have a tribute to Prince next week, but this week, we're celebrating the life and works of Douglas Adams, and all the musicians that he touched. I tell stories about how he nearly got Monty Python killed, and how he named Pink Floyd's album "The Division Bell." But mostly I talk about Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy and how important it's been to me over the years, in all its various incarnations - radio, book, movie and game.

As always, you can find the shows at and I'm on Twitter @Devinoch and if you want to contribute to the show, you can do so at - all of these are things you can do.

Finally and most importantly, please continue telling folks about the show. I do so love seeing fresh faces (and locations) in the crowd, and there are a whole lot of states (and countries) we haven't hit yet, so keep on spreading the good word. Or bad word. Or whatever words you happen to have about the show.



  • "Journey Of The Sorcerer" - Eagles
  • "The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy" - HGTTG - Season 1
  • "Telegraph Road" - Dire Straits
  • "So Long & Thanks For All The Fish" - Hilary Summers, Kemi Ominiyi & The R'svp Voices
  • "Grand Hotel" - Procol Harum
  • "Life, The Universe and Everything" - HGTTG - Season 1
  • "Wish You Were Here" - Pink Floyd
  • "Philosophers" - HGTTG - Season 1
  • "Brain Damage" - Pink Floyd
  • "Seven-and-a-half Million Year Itch" - HGTTG - Season 1
  • "In Held 'Twas In I" - Procol Harum
  • "The Bistromathic Drive" - HGTTG - Season 3
  • "Vote Beeblebrox" - Andy Dunlop, Chuck Norman, Douglas Payne, Fran Balke, Hannah Thomas, Miggy Barradas & Neil Hannon
  • "Romeo & Juliet" - Dire Straits
  • "Fit The Twenty First - Fenchurch's Story" - HGTTG - Season 4
  • "Tunnel of Love" - Dire Straits
  • "So Long & Thanks For All The Fish (Reprise)" - Neil Hannon
  • "High Hopes" - Pink Floyd
  • "What A Wonderful World" - Louis Armstrong
  • "Reasons To Be Miserable (His Name Is Marvin)" - Stephen Fry



This podcast has been rated "Mostly Harmless."

Apr 29, 2016

So because we had two scene shows this month, and the grunge show ran overlong, this is a particularly short week, but hey, it's still a show, and it's full of fun stories of people whom have brought (or stoked) particular music in my life over the years.

I tell stories about an epic mixtape from high school, about an alternative to Hooked On Phonics, about how I learned the 19/17 Nebraska rule, about the songs I picked up riding in cars, and a handful more.

It's a show that won't last much more than an hour, but it's chock full of fun.

As always, you can find all our podcasts at and you can contribute to the show at

There is a Prince tribute show coming in the vein of our David Bowie tribute show (the R.I.P. Prince show will be show #43) but it's a bit out, because I have plans for the next episode that have been set for a while (based on the episode number, so it can't really move), and because I want to do my homework on Prince first. I wasn't a huge fan of his beforehand, but in starting to do my research, I think I was just being exposed to the wrong stuff. I thought about trying to to cram Prince into the hour and change I had here, but it felt like I was short shifting him, which isn't fair to an artist of his breadth of work.



  • "Sometime To Return" - Soul Asylum
  • "Nutshell" - Alice In Chains
  • "Never Talking To You Again" - Hüsker Dü
  • "The Witch" - The Cult
  • "Everyday Is Like Sunday" - Morrissey
  • "Playstar Vista" - Supercar
  • "Sweet Jane" - Cowboy Junkies
  • "Wolfman's Brother" - Phish
  • "Oop Pop A Dah" - Dirty Dozen Brass Band (with Dizzy Gillespie)
  • "Mineral" - Buffalo Tom
  • "Slam" - ONYX
  • "Blink" - Boom Boom Satellites
  • "Battle Without Honor Or Humanity" - Tomoyasu Hotei
  • "Ol' Dusty Trail" - The Goddamn Gallows
  • "Bushes Of Love" - Bad Lip Reading
  • "Once In A Lifetime" - Talking Heads
  • "East Bay Night" - Rancid
Apr 22, 2016

It's a power of 4 show, and that means a scene show! This is our biggest show to date, clocking in at a whopping 3 hours worth of music (which means next week will be a pretty short show) but to cover grunge, I needed to go deep and make sure didn't miss any of the heavyweights.

Over the course of this episode, I'll talk about the protogrungers, the early days and the rise of SubPop Records, grunge's breakthrough into the mainstream, the supergroup projects that formed, some of the non-Seattle grungers, the reasons grunge crashed out of the mainstream, whatever the hell "post-grunge" is supposed to be, and a bit about where grunge is today.

So strap on your Doc Martins, pull on your flannel overshirts and get ready to get dirty in the moshpit. Let's talk about grunge.

As always, if you want to contribute to the show, you can do so over at and if you're new to our show, you can find all the back episodes up at

Finally and most importantly, thanks for tuning in, and I hope you'll go find a new convert for the show today. Keep spreading the word.

(Correction: In the show, I state that Kim Deal started The Breeders with her brother Kelly. I meant to say her twin sister Kelley. Brainfry, man. It happens.)



  • "Loose" - The Stooges
  • "N.I.B." - Black Sabbath
  • "Heater Moves And Eyes" - Melvins
  • "Debaser" - The Pixies
  • "Love Buzz" - Nirvana
  • "This Town" - Green River
  • "Holy Roller" - Mother Love Bone
  • "Touch Me I'm Sick" - Mudhoney
  • "Smells Like Teen Spirit" - Nirvana
  • "Alive" - Pearl Jam
  • "Jesus Christ Pose" - Soundgarden
  • "Comedown" - Bush
  • "Plowed" - Sponge
  • "Far Behind" - Candlebox
  • "Bluebell" - Babes In Toyland
  • "Plush" - Stone Temple Pilots
  • "Pretend We're Dead" - L7
  • "Riding On The Rocket" - Shonen Knife
  • "Cannonball" - The Breeders
  • "Heart Shaped Box" - Nirvana
  • "No Excuses" - Alice In Chains
  • "On A Plain (Unplugged)" - Nirvana
  • "River of Deceit" - Mad Season
  • "Pushin Forward Back" - Temple Of The Dog
  • "Nearly Lost You" - Screaming Trees
  • "Animal" - Pearl Jam
  • "Man In The Box" - Alice In Chains
  • "Miss World" - Hole
  • "Black Hole Sun" - Soundgarden
  • "Hey Man, Nice Shot" - Filter
  • "Kryptonite" - 3 Doors Down
  • "This Is A Call" - Foo Fighters
  • "No One Knows" - Queens Of The Stone Age
  • "Cochise" - Audioslave
  • "Hollow" - Alice In Chains
  • "Been Away Too Long" - Soundgarden
  • "You Know You're Right" - Nirvana
Apr 15, 2016

It's another fun week, blending all sorts of things on the quick and dirty, filled with bands from around the globe, including France, Turkey, Japan, Austria, Germany, Israel and more. There's also a big block of clubby music in this show, so if you're looking for that kind of thing, you'll find it here.

There's thrills, there's chills, there's a bunch of bangin' tunes that'll keep you on your toes.

As always, if you want to contribute to the show, you can do so over at and you can find the page for the show at - I hope you'll continue to spread the good word and get more converts. This week's turnout has been a little low, so the more people who know about the show, the better.



  • "We're #1" - The World Record
  • "Elegantly Wasted" - INXS
  • "L'Estate" - AfterHours
  • "Fall Through Glass" - Bushwalla
  • "Universal Everything" - Leftfield
  • "Earth Beat" - Herbie Hancock
  • "Strange Days" - Syntax
  • "You" - The Chain Gang of 1974
  • "Raw" - Saul Williams
  • "Swoon" - The Chemical Brothers
  • "Vanishing Point" - Noisia
  • "Jimmy's Gang" - Parov Stelar
  • "The Awakening" - Onlap
  • "Really Scrape The Sky" - Kingmaker
  • "Route466" - DEEN
  • "Play It Out" - DMA's
  • "I'm A Reptile" - Fury In The Slaughterhouse (Live with JM Watts)
  • "Protection" - Fischer-Z
  • "Day By Day By" - Mike Doughty
  • "Heart Full Of Soul" - The Ringo Jets
  • "The Girl With The X-Ray Eyes" - Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds
  • "Things Could Be Better" - Kavaret
  • "Grace Under Pressure" - Elbow
  • "Here Comes The Ride" - The Jealous Sound
  • "Don't Do Me Like That" - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
  • "Danger Zone" - Cherlene & Kenny Loggins
Apr 8, 2016

This week's show was a lot of fun, with me not giving a lot of preplanning to the show, remixing the set list right up through recording, putting things in, pulling things out, just finding an odd blend that tickled my fancy, but I think it should amuse and entertain loads of people, and if it's not for you, well, try again next week, I guess, but I love this week's episode.

It is, as the kids say, a banger.

It's got it all - domestic, international, current stuff, things from the Way Back Machine, rock, techno, jazz, hiphop, grunge, pop... we play stuff from loads of different countries (Turkey, UK, Indonesia, Canada, Japan, Germany, France, Israel) as well, as always, and hopefully you'll find something new to love, as well as maybe be reminded to go listen to things you haven't fished out of your record collection in quite some time.

As always, if you want to contribute to the show, you can do so at and you can follow me on Twitter at and you can always find all our shows at and if you want to email me, I tell you the email address to reach me at the end of every show. Good lord, this social media thing results in a ton of hyperlinks. Maybe that's why they're so hyper.

Now, on with the tunes! Heeyah!


(Correction: In the show I mistakenly state that Temple Of The Dog was a tribute to the late singer of Poi Dog Pondering. It was a tribute to Andrew Wood, the late singer of Mother Love Bone. See Show #40 - Grunge to hear more about how many times I've made this mistake over the years.)



  • "Go!" - M83 (feat. Mai Lan)
  • "Stars (Edit)" - Ulrich Schnauss
  • "Camel" - Sonny Rollins
  • "The Mountain Will Fall" - DJ Shadow
  • "This Is A Landslide" - Intramural
  • "Stay Lit" - Holy Fuck
  • "Barcarole" - Pat Metheny Group
  • "Shirat Hastiker (Sticker Song)" - Hadag Nahash
  • "Hunger Strike" - Temple Of The Dog
  • "I'm Alright (You Gotta Go There To Come Back)" - Stereophonics
  • "Word On A Wing" - David Bowie
  • "Never Hurt You" - The Telescopes
  • "Keep On Doin'" - The Isley Brothers
  • "Island" - The Starting Line
  • "サークルゲーム" - Galileo Galilei
  • "Life Of A Match" - The Matches
  • "2001 (2011/08/12 - Outside Lands)" - Phish
  • "We Don't Play Around" - Dizzee Rascal (feat. Jessie J)
  • "Superman's Big Sister" - Ian Dury & The Blockheads
  • "Alone, Jealous And Stoned" - The Secret Machines
  • "Open Your Eyes" - School Of Seven Bells
  • "Sudahkah Kita" - Slank
  • "Get Better" - Frank Turner
  • "I'll Kill You" - X Japan
  • "Kamlama" - KES
  • "Generals And Majors" - XTC
  • "Experimental Film" - They Might Be Giants
Apr 1, 2016

I'm feeling better again, after a week's cold/flu that was one of the worst I've ever endured, I think, and I'm back for another scene show. This week, we take a look at progressive rock, better known as Prog.

Prog's roots are mostly English, but there were American (and Canadian) prog rock bands too. Now, prog as a scene is too big for one scene show, so consider this Intro To Prog, and it focuses on '66-'77. At some point later, we'll revisit Prog in another scene show, and delve more into the time periods after that. Not next month, though.

As always, if you want to help the show, you can contribute over at and if you're new to the show, feel free to check out our entire back catalog of shows. Scene shows are clearly marked, and are powers of 4.

This week's show is full of Mellotrons and Roger Dean paintings, bands singing about mystic things and lofty ideals, time signatures that go off the rails and keep on going...



  • "Caroline No" - The Beach Boys
  • "I Ain't Got No Heart" - Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention
  • "Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite!" - The Beatles
  • "A Whiter Shade Of Pale" - Procol Harum
  • "Alucard" - Gentle Giant
  • "Empty Pages" - Traffic
  • "The Story In Your Eyes" - The Moody Blues
  • "Man-Erg" - Van Der Graaf Generator
  • "Back Street Luv" - Curved Air
  • "Focus II" - Focus
  • "Aqualung" - Jethro Tull
  • "Witchwood" - The Strawbs
  • "Roundabout" - Yes
  • "Dancing Madly Backwards (On A Sea Of Air)" - Captain Beyond
  • "Money" - Pink Floyd
  • "Toccata" - Emerson, Lake & Palmer
  • "Red" - King Crimson
  • "The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway" - Genesis
  • "Rhayader Goes To Town" - Camel
  • "All The Way" - Caravan
  • "I Wouldn't Want To Be Like You" - The Alan Parsons Project
  • "Icarus (Borne On Wings Of Steel)" - Kansas
  • "Foreplay / Long Time" - Boston
  • "Holiday" - The Dixie Dregs
  • "Xanadu" - Rush
Mar 25, 2016

So I apologize for not talking too much in this particular episode, because I'm pretty sick, having spent all day Wednesday in bed, bundled up under three layers of blankets, in addition to a sweatshirt and sweatpants. I'm starting to feel a bit better, but I still don't feel "good" so I'm taking it easy, and that means the show is taking it easy too, so you get a potpourri show of odds and ends, a bunch of new songs from albums that just came out and the assorted old school favorite or two thrown in for seasoning.

Things'll make more sense next week, I'm sure, but this week, you can just attribute it all to my delirium fever haze and everything else will make sense later. As always, if you want to donate to the show, you can do that at and if you want to send someone to the show nice and easy, which you should be doing, as we always need fresh ears and new listeners, the page is

Your patience, patronage and persuasion of pilgrimage is appreciated. Back to bed with me. I'm waxing alliteratively. Never a good sign.



  • "Sick" - Utah Saints
  • "Tiger Girl (Wishful Thinking Edit)" - 65daysofstatic
  • "Comics" - Caravan Palace
  • "Be There" - UNKLE (feat. Ian Brown)
  • "The Disease" - Angels & Airwaves
  • "Death Is A Disease" - Clint Mansell
  • "Sober" - Tool
  • "I Love You All The Time" - Eagles Of Death Metal
  • "Check The Rhime" - A Tribe Called Quest
  • "Siberian Winter" - Semyon
  • "On and On" - Girl Talk
  • "I'm Not Like Everybody Else" - The Kinks
  • "Where The Light Gets In" - Primal Scream (feat. Sky Ferreira)
  • "Mr. Wright" - The Claypool Lennon Delirium
  • "Ladies Man" - Soul Asylum
  • "To My Surprise" - James
  • "Wolves Of Winter" - Biffy Clyro
  • "Get Up Of Our Knees" - The Housemartins
  • "What Is Light? Where Is Laughter?" - Twin Atlantic
  • "I Ka Barra (Your Work)" - Habib Koité and Bamada
  • "Prom Night" - Kenji Huruya
  • "Fue" - Soda Stereo
  • "Reptile (Psychedelic Symphony Live at The Sydney Opera House)" - The Church
  • "Every Generation Got Its Own Disease (acoustic)" - Fury In The Slaughterhouse
  • "Load Your Gunzzz" - The Goddamn Gallows
  • "Jump Around" - House Of Pain
  • "Blue On Black" - Kenny Wayne Shepherd







"I'm 37?!"

Mar 18, 2016

It's been mostly rainy here in the Bay Area for the last few weeks (yesterday, when I recorded the show, naturally, it was bright and sunny, but I woke up to heavy clouds this morning) so I thought I'd do an entire show full of rain songs, of which there are a ton.

Rain has been a topic of fascination for musicians for a long time. It's a metaphor, it's imagery, it's a lot of things. Anyhow, enjoy two hours of songs about rain.

If you want to donate the show, as always, it's



  • "The Rain Song" - Led Zeppelin
  • "Streets In The Rain" - The Samples
  • "In The Rain" - Hime
  • "Rain In England" - Akira The Don
  • "A Rainy Night In Soho" - The Pogues
  • "English Summer Rain" - Placebo
  • "Rain Will Fall" - Fury In The Slaughterhouse
  • "The Permanent Rain" - The Dangerous Summer
  • "Rainy Day and Day" - Dragon Ash
  • "Nine Million Rainy Days" - The Jesus & Mary Chain
  • "The Rain" - Biffy Clyro
  • "Rainy Days Never Stays" - The Brilliant Green
  • "I Wish It Would Rain Down" - Phil Collins
  • "Rain" - Blackmill
  • "Rain" - Concrete Blonde
  • "Rain" - The Cult
  • "Have You Ever Seen The Rain?" - Creedence Clearwater Revival
  • "Another Song About The Rain" - Cracker
  • "Rainy April Day (acoustic)" - Fury In The Slaugterhouse
  • "It Can't Rain All The Time" - Jane Siberry
  • "Prayers For Rain" - The Cure
  • "Rain King" - Counting Crows
  • "Come Rain Come Shine" - Tomoyasu Hotei
  • "The Rain" - The Music
  • "Rain" - The Seatbelts
Mar 11, 2016

This week's going to run a little long, but it's because my heart's too big for our usual 2 hour show. Fury In The Slaughterhouse have a new song out in the world, and will be celebrating their 30th anniversary at a concert in Hannover next year, which I am very much considering flying around the world for, even with money as tight as it is.

On this week's show, in addition to Greek hip hop, Argentinian blues rock, Japanese hiphop, French pop, Brazilian techno, Russian alternative and Japanese post-rock (plus our usual heady concoction of music dating back to the 1960s), we talk about musicians losing their hearing and what it means to love something so much you have trouble talking.

It's a bit emotional of a show for me, but I hope you'll understand and indulge me. I tell a fun story about how much technology has changed our love for music, but only in the good way.

As always, if you're interested in supporting the show (or my trying to get to see my favorite band in the world live again), you can help out at and we thank you, but you're also welcome to just subscribe to the show (via iTunes or whatever podcast subscription device you happen to be using on your phone or computer) and I hope you love this show just even half as much as I love making it.

As Big Chris says in "Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrels" - "It's been emotional."



  • "Hibernation" - Ned's Atomic Dustbin
  • "Collect Yourself" - Idlewild
  • "Zeroes And Ones" - Jesus Jones
  • "Melancholy" - Dragon Ash
  • "Sinner Man (feat. Tom Meighan)" - Idris Elba
  • "Hey Blondie" - Amon Tobin
  • "A Time And A Place" - Emerson, Lake & Palmer
  • "Doubt" - Stereolab
  • "Run" - Collective Soul
  • "The Village Green Preservation Society" - The Kinks
  • "Песня на одном аккорде" - Splean
  • "Big In Japan" - Tom Waits
  • "C" - Toe
  • "Nun Fight (live)" - Paul & Storm
  • "Thunderstruck" - AC/DC
  • "Wild Sex (In The Working Class)" - Oingo Boingo
  • "Susanita" - Patricio Rey y sus Redonditos de Ricota
  • "The Car That Drives Itself" - Mike Skinner
  • "John The Fisherman" - Primus
  • "Mikro Agori" - Stereo Nova
  • "Ashes To Ashes" - Faith No More
  • "Rain" - The Beatles
  • "Young At Heart" - William Tell
  • "Come Home (Flood Mix)" - James
  • "30 (It's Not Easy)" - Fury In The Slaughterhouse
  • "Paradies" - Wingenfelder:Wingenfelder
  • "Glad You Know It Now" - Wingenfelder
Mar 4, 2016

Hey folks - this week we're all over the place with stuff from Italy, Portugal, Japan, Germany, China, Iceland and more. We play stuff that's psy-trance, stuff that's experimental jazz, classic rock, cutup sound collages and whatever else I happened to be feeling at the time of the show.  Strap in for your weekly 2 hour ride.

Again, for those of you who are interested in helping to defray the costs of the show, we have a Patreon set up now, where you can chip in a few bucks every month. And for anyone curious, you can now go back and actually set the setlist for show one in the post for that podcast. Because, reasons.

The bit of Stone Roses news I rumored was going around when I was recording this podcast? Looks like it's bupkis. Oh well. A fella can continue to dream.

Your hero of the day is Val Kilmer. Let's rock.



  • "Forever" - The Charlatans UK
  • "Blasted Empire (Featuring DJ Nelassassin)" - Blasted Mechanism
  • "Special Edit Radio Mix - I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For" - Negativland
  • "This Is Ponderous" - 2NU
  • "Trouble Man" - Marvin Gaye
  • "Where Dry Desert Ends" - Food
  • "Che Bella Carovana" - Marco Iacampo
  • "London Rain (Nothing Heals Me Like You Do)" - Heather Nova
  • "If All Else Fails" - Matchbook Romance
  • "Girlfriend" - July For Kings
  • "Slow Motion" - Acid Black Cherry
  • "Let's Get Fucked Up And Die" - Motion City Soundtrack
  • "The Rescue Blues" - Ryan Adams
  • "...Slowdance On The Inside" - Taking Back Sunday
  • "Black Mountain Side" - Led Zeppelin
  • "Untitled 3" - Sigur Rós
  • "Touched" - Vast
  • "My Melody" - Paranormal Attack
  • "Kodo (Inside The Sun Remix)" - Yoshida Brothers
  • "I Like The Way You Werk It (Live)" - Information Society
  • "衝開一切" - Beyond
  • "Readers & Writers" - Idlewild
  • "Bill Gates" - Kuersche
  • "Have A Nice Day" - Stereophonics
  • "Where Did You Go?" - Bird By Bird
Feb 26, 2016

This week's show is a scene show about the evolution of rockabilly into psychobilly and how psychobilly turned into a whole bunch of things, including gothabilly, voodoobilly, hellbilly and more. As with all scene shows, I play some foundation songs and then walk you up the timeline while letting you hear the evolution, as well as all the ingredients in the pot. We also dabble in what offshoots are slightly off to the sides, such as southern rock and alternative country, in our longest and most tune-packed scene show ever, clocking in just under 3 hours long. If you've ever been curious about the history of that double bass, horror show influenced blend of rock and roll known as psychobilly, this episode should give you plenty of places to start your own exploration.


For those of you who want to help out the show, you're more than welcome to - I've set up a Patreon for those of you who want to pitch a little in to ease the costs of the show. Every little bit helps. You can find it at


Oh, and for the curious, I think the mixed in audio samples (most, but not all, of which are of my own choosing/blend) will probably remain a thing in the shows moving forward. The show's my own thing, which means I want to keep myself as entertained making it as hopefully it is for you listening to it, so I'll make sure they don't overwhelm the show, but I suspect you'd better learn to love them, 'cause they're not going anywhere.




  • "Great Balls Of Fire" - Jerry Lee Lewis
  • "Jailhouse Rock" - Elvis Presley
  • "Misirlou" - Dick Dale & His Del-Tones
  • "High School Confidential" - Hasil Adkins
  • "Rockabilly Rules" - Stray Cats
  • "I Put A Spell On You" - Screamin' Jay Hawkins
  • "Hollywood Babylon" - The Misfits
  • "I Was A Teenage Werewolf" - The Cramps
  • "Wreckin' Crew" - The Meteors
  • "Preaching The Blues" - Gun Club
  • "Can't Take The Pressure" - Guana Batz
  • "Rock This Planet" - Batmobile
  • "Frenzied Beat" - Demented Are Go
  • "Die Too Young" - The Quakes
  • "Go Go Harlem Baby" - Flat Duo Jets
  • "New Born Son Of Satan" - Nekromantix
  • "Sex, Love, Blood'n'Death" - Mad Sin
  • "You Don't Want To Know Me" - Deadbolt
  • "Devil Child" - Zombie Ghost Train
  • "Les Comentes De La Krypt" - Kryptonix
  • "2,3,4' (Tokyo Party Animal)" - Battle of Ninjamanz
  • "Cannibal Holocaust" - Os Catalepticos
  • "The Devil's Chasing Me" - The Reverend Horton Heat
  • "Bloody Mary" - The Living End
  • "Never Die" - Tiger Army
  • "You Better Run" - Godless Wicked Creeps
  • "I Ain't Gonna Piss In No Jar" - Mojo Nixon
  • "Man Alone" - The Phenomenauts
  • "Bent" - The Hangmen (US)
  • "Story Of My Life" - Social Distortion
  • "White Trash" - Southern Culture On The Skids
  • "High Tonight" - Supersuckers
  • "Wrong Side Of A Gun" - Nashville Pussy
  • "Hellbilly Joker" - Hank Williams III
  • "Venice, USA" - Red Elvises
  • "Rum Brave" - Murder By Death
  • "Save Yourself" - The Goddamn Gallows
  • "Sinners & Saints" - The Creepshow
  • "Dotted With Hearts" - HorrorPops
  • "Ride Harley" - Devils Brigade
  • "Hard Luck" - The Chop Tops
  • "Surfing In Siberia" - The Red Elvises
  • "Forever Fades Away" - Tiger Army
  • "We Want More" - The Living End
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