The HMD Radio Show 38


The HMD Radio Show 38

This weeks show is a psychedelic special, from psych pop to stoner psych its a show to kick back to.

Smoking Spore – Taxodium

Black Bombaim – Saturdays and Space Travel

Children Of Leir – Oranj

Monobrow – Ministry Queen

Blaak Heat Shujaa – Society of Barricades

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Radio Cure #10 – “The Clap”

Radio Cure 10

The show this week is titled “The Clap”! No, it’s not an hour of music by artists who may carry STDs. Instead it is a compilation of songs that all contain ‘handclaps’ and the musicians performing the claps may have or may, at some stage in their lives, of had a sexy sexual disease. But that’s not for me to say. So I give you “The Clap”! See what I did there? Funny isn’t it? Enjoy the noise!

Tracklist:

The Chordettes – Lollipop

The Like – He’s Not A Boy

Portugal The Man – Sea Of Air

Leadbelly – Black Betty

Feist – Mushaboom

Weezer – Photograph

Bay City Rollers – Saturday Night

CSS – Alcohol

The Kills – Black Balloon

Radiohead – We Suck Young Blood

The Doors – Wild Love

Kitty, Daisy and Lewis – Going Up The Country

The Beatles – Please Mister Postman

Pearl Jam – Gremme Out Of Control

The Detroit Cobras – Ya Ya Ya (Lookin’ For My Baby)

Bill Withers – Lean On Me

Cathy Davey – Reuben

Son House – Grinnin’ In Your Face

the sour song show 40

the sour song show 40

1. the liberty takers – green fuz

2. the liberty takers – whats inside a girl

3. go w the flow

4. introspective – crossing boarders

5. amebix – sonic mass part 1

6. iron and wine – swans and the swimming

7. swans – unfortunate lie

8. birthday party – swampland

9. the fall – birthday

10. jesus and mary chain – birthday

11. peg leg howell – new prison blues

12. peter samuels – easter moon

13. peter sellers – she loves you

14. young marble giants – final day

15. nusa dua – drams of change

16. yeah yeah yeahs – warrior

Whatever You’re Havin’ #44 – breakin’ down the walls of heartache in the sun

Whatever You’re Havin’ #44 – breakin’ down the walls of heartache in the sun

Love Pt. 1 - Dexy's Midnight Runners
Breakin' Down the Walls of Heartache - Dexy's Midnight Runners
Seven Days - Dexy's Midnight Runners
Incapable of Love - Dexy's
Taainted Love - Gloria Jones
I Still Want to be Your Baby (Take Me as I Am) - Betty LaVette
Nothing but a Heartache - Detroit Cobras
If Looks Could Kill - Camera Obscura
You are the Generation That Bought More Shoes
and You Get What You Deserve - Johnny Boy
Geraldine - Glasvegas
Losing Love - Saturday Captains
Sundown - Adam Franklin
Lazy Eye - Silversun Pickups
Wake Up With the Sun Behind You - Decal
Deep Hit of Morning Sun - The Gutter Twins
Sun in My Bones - Windings

 

The Red Shift 18 ~ Sekunden

 

The Red Shift 18 –

 

swod – sekundenn

radiohead – give up the ghost

wilco – muzzle of bees

david gilmour – smile

clint mansell – death is the road to awe

nick cave/warren ellis – the far road

sigur ros – staralfur

ólafur arnalds – faun

mogwai – time and a half

bert jansch – the black swan

lambchop – slipped dissolved and loosed

the blue nile – because of toledo

 

Enemy Radio #11 Hardcore Cheese

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Enemy Radio show #11

Shite talking about one of my bands 20 Bulls Each, the Irish Hardcore scene, making cheese, old video games, old record players and eventually playing some tunes!

 

20 Bulls Each – Best days behind us

Menace- Last Years Youth

Most Precious Blood – Shark Ethic

Raised Fist – Friends and Traitors

Warzone – The Sound of Revolution

Easy Snappin’ 36- Beatrice Banton Presents

This week special Guest presenter Beatrice Banton bangs out some classics from her collection of illegal mp3 downloads

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  • Carlos Dingo – Hong Kong Gangsters
  • The Dubtones- Aslyum
  • Autonomads – Dubbin Up The Downfall
  • Deviant & Naive Ted- excerpt of  Scunga Time (A Tribute To Flying Buttresses)
  • Lee Thompson ska orchestra ft. Bitty Mclean – fu manchu
  • Solo banton – one of the greatest
  • Madu – Sweet Sixteen
  • The Mighty Fishers -Hard  Life
  • Soulution- Steel
  • The Wailing Wailers – Rock Sweet Rock
  • Macka B – We’ve Had Enough!
  • Solas- Last of the Great Whales
  • Las Cuatro Monedas – Buena Suerte

Easy Snappin’ w. Beatrice Banton

The Crooked Beat #11

The Crooked Beat #11

 Plenty of different stuff. Hope you like it, comments welcome!

Tracklist

1. Sonic Youth – Teen Age Riot
2. New Order – Dreams Never End
3. Violent Femmes – Blister In The Sun
4. Fugazi – Bad Mouth
5. Smashing Pumpkins – Jellybelly
6. Screaming Headless Torsos – Word To Herb
7. Screaming Headless Torsos – Graffiti Cemetary
8. Wolfmother – White Unicorn
9. Slighty Stoopid – Smoke Rasta Dub
10. The Cult – Wild Flower
11. Cornershop –  Staging the Plaguing of the Raised Platform
12. King Modo – Sentimental Nigel
13. Balmorhea – Pyrakantha

Avant Reguard Show 16 – Perfectionism will get some of us everywhere if we are lucky maybe and we are fast which is said to be very rare

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Tracklisting includes:

S J Bernstein – No No Man

T Cheesecake – Hello Skinny

Kyoka – Hadue mixed with LAFMS – Suburban Magic

Sonic Subjunkies – Do you even know who you are

The Soft Pink Truth – Confession mixed with William Burroughs – extract from Junky

Alan Lomax – Extract from Dance Human History mixed with Moondog – Birds Lament

Roedelius – Digital Love

S J Bernstein – More Nose Please mixed with Trace Nico – Amtrak mixed with the conet project mixed with Burroughs – Junky extract

Sun RA – Nuclear War mixed with Burial – Forgive

Conclusion


 

 

 

 

 

 

Slight Return 14

SR 14
Can we ever say anyone is truly wrong? That they are absolutely wrong? On a recent trip to France, I was confused by a vigil we passed, and while trying to work out through my pigeon french whether the vigil was either Pro gay marriage and adoption or Anti, a youngish man approached us to answer our questions. However rather than try to influence or persuade us to his POV, he emphasised that his group had a right to express their views peacefully, without being discriminated against. Are there moral absolutes or is it all one giant grey area?

Sam Harris (Ted Talk) uses the example of a (Christian) father wanting to kill his gay son before he gets a boyfriend, preventing him from sinning, and condemning himself to hell. Equal rights has been on my noodle all the time recently – what level of social injustice is acceptable??? Why should we fight for equal rights where the rights don’t concern us? Because we are part of the oppression if we don’t. That’s it.

Slight Return 14

Placebo – Nancy Boy

Macklemore – Same Love

The Cake Sale (Lisa Hannigan & Gary Lightbody) – Some Surprise

Zach Walls – Speaks about his family

Spooky Tooth – Society’s Child

Scissor Sister – Take your Mama

Jack Black & pals – Prop 8: The Musical

The Christians – Harvest for the World

Two Door Cinema Club – Something Good

Datarock – Computer Camp Love

Kodaline – High Hopes

Allman Brothers – Worried down the blues

John Grant – JC Hates Faggots

The Chapel Club – Surfacing

Mama Cass – Make your own Kind of music

 

Freedom fry hi-fi : the edge of reality

edge of reality

this week more genre hopping entertainment from a somewhat hungover DJ all taken from rescued vinyl pressings, we’ve got hip jazz, merengue, soul, reggae, sitar folk and Punjabi hymns.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brazil -Shirley scott

un poquito para atras – johnny ventura

hipadelphia – cannonball adderley quintet

man being stupid – s.e rogie

somethin’ else again – Richie havens

tilang m.5 – from the lp “Sikh hymns from the Guru Granth Sahib”

edge of reality – elvis Presley

go away from my world – Marianne faithfull

green power – little Richard

a fat boy can cry – billy stewart

express yourself – Byron lee and the dragonaires

the scott  – Shirley scott

loch Lomond – fats waller

go down moses – fats waller

 

 

 

 

 

Got It! 14

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Tracklist

  • Gotye – Somebody That I Used To Know feat. Kimbra (Tiësto Remix)
  • Merk & Kremont, Paris & Simo – Tundra
  • Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike – CHATTAHOOCHEE
  • Marcel Woods, W&W – Trigger
  • Marcus Schossow – Reverie
  • Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike – Wakanda
  • Jochen Miller, SL8 – South Point
  • Tiesto, MOTI – Back To The Acid
  • Martin Garrix – Animals
  • Mike Hawkins, Pablo Oliveros, Henry Fong – Jump!
  • Chris Lake, Marco Lys – La Tromba (Chris Lake & Nom De Strip Remix)
  • Laidback Luke, Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike – MORE
  • TJR – What’s Up Suckaz
  • Mightyfools – Vega (Modek’s Hyper Mix)
  • Fedde Le Grand – Rockin’ N’ Rollin’

Banana for scale long time coming

 

Kopp Banana for scale July

I haven’t put a show up in a few weeks, been very busy. Hope ye like this one.

1. Flo Rida – Let It Roll

2. Alex Kenji & Ron Carroll – Good Time

3. Deadmau5 Suckfest9001

4. Bingo players – Rattle

5. Firebeatz & Schella – Dear New York

6. Micky Slim – Brass Rail

7. Deadmau5 – Maths

8. Vampire weekend (Miike Snow remix) – Kids don’t stand a chance

9. Layo And Bushwacka – Love Story

10. Deadmau5 – Energy

11. Deadmau5 – Aguru

12. Deadmau5 – Cafe del Mar

13. Offdate vs. Moby – Alice has Ballz

 

Hope Show Number 30

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1. Damien Dempsey – Dublin Town
2. 11Paranoias – Reapers Ruin
3. Sonic Youth – Catholic Block
4. Paranoid Visions – Poles Apart
5. Integrity – Suicide Black Snake
6. The Hives – T.H.E. H.I.V.E.S.
7. Black Eyes – Someone Has His Fingers Broken
8. Grant Hart – Awake, Arise
9. The Ex – Walt’s Disneyland
10. Dan Le Sac vs Scroobius Pip – Angles
11. Glimmermen – This town
12. Soccer 96 – Aquarius
13. Who Shot Who – No Treaty No Mercy
14. Rudimentary Peni – The Horrors IN the Museum

Damien Dempsey is Ireleand’s Vegemite, you love him or hate him, no inbetween. I think he’s great. He grew up near my home and I feel he is one of ours. Dublin Town is about my town. “This is a love song, cos I love my people” I cringe with delight and pride whenever I hear this.

11Paranoias is from their debut album, superunatural, kind of like dublin these days. It is dark and heavy and strangely alluring. It is doomy but when the headphones are on it is somewhere to get lost

Catholic Block is a song from my youth, I saw Sonic Youth in McGOnagles, it was one of many great gigs in that long lost Dublin venue. I think I will do a show on them soon.

I did see Paranoid Visions in McGonagles and most other now closed down venues in Dublin. I have been singing the prasies of their latest album, escape from the austerity complex for quite a while now and Poles Apart is from this

Integrity are coming to Dublin this week, it is adding to a heavy show tonight and there will be some heaviness going down at fibbers this week

There’s something about the Hives that I love and it’s not the suits that they wear. T.H.E. H.I.V.E.S. is from their Black and white album which is a real rocker

This Hives song reminds me a bit of Black Eyes, kind of a distant disco relation but I like to have any excuse to play Black Eyes. Someone Has His Fingers Broken has me jumping around this room. great music for headphones.

So what about Grant Hart? Can you believe he has a new album out? Called the Argument? Awake, Arise is from this. It doesn’t disappoint

When the ex and dog faced hermans came to town back on November 5 1991 i had acheived all I needed to in life up to that point. I’d seen all i needed to see and woould have gladly travelled on that custom bus the bands were using to travel around Europe. Of course I’m glad now I chose to stay in glorious Dublin town as my life took a glorious journey but that night November 5 I will rembmer for ever. They didn’t play Walt’s Disneyland as the album this is on, Dizzy Spells, didn’t come out until a decade later but their two shows in Dublin that night were memorable, life affirming. You’d have to have been there, truly remarkable

Dan Le Sac and scroobius Pip are coming back to dublin in October Try and get there if you can

Glimmermen have a new album out. It is being launched in a couple of weeks. Self released local boys, any chance you can buy it?

Soccer 96 are from Brighton, nearly my favourite UK city. There is a compilation out now called Sea Monsters. It is the third year in a row to see such a comp Soccer 96 is a band name, to catch anyones eye. Mexico wasn’t it?

I saw Who Shot Who last year and the lead singer was dressed as a prioest, I knew he wasn’t one but I still wanted to confess my sins to the man, thankfully I only told him how long it was since my last confession and he let me pass with no treaty nomercy.

I’ve never seen Rudimentary Peni live but would have loved to. Cacaphony album has just been re-released on Southern and is a class album. I could have played any of the 30 tracks but the horrors in the museum gives a good indication of the band

Groove On the Wireless # 39 Ice Cream people

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Dr. Groove is back on the wireless, starting with a poem by Hank and away we go with an hour of fine, good music for you to enjoy.  The heatwave may be over but there is life in this summer yet, so suck the bones of out it and hit the gas.

 

Track List

  • Charles Buckowski – The Ice Cream People – read by Tom O’Bedlam
  • Cornelius – Tone Twilight Zone
  • Christopher O’Reilly – Fake Plastic Trees
  • Steve Reich & Steve Reich – Coldcut/[Music for 18 Musicians (Maceo Plex Remix)
  • Casino Versus Japan – Theme
  • Aphex Twin – Xtal
  • Jim O’Rourke – There’s Hell in Hello but More
  • Chalres Trenet – Boum
  • James Holden – Blackpool Late Eighties
  • Rinton feat. Sage the Gemini – GAS PEDAL

 

Adventures in Stereo #7

Adventures in Stereo #7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Blame the sun stroke, this is a set of Outsider Music.  Taken from ‘Songs in the Key of Z’ and ‘Thrift Store’ Compilations. Comments welcome….

Luke Vibert & B.J. Cole – Intro

Duggie Ward – Welcome To My Mind

Daniel Johnston – Walking the Cow

The Langley Schools Music Project – Space Oddity

Wesley Willis – Rock and Roll McDonalds

George Fishoff Complex – Ping Pong

Legendary Stardust Cowboy – Paralyzed

The Space Lady – Major Tom

Chris – Crazy Crazy

Red Shadow (The Economics Rock & Roll Band) – Understanding Marx

Mme St. Onge – Il (Help)

Bingo Gazingo & My Robot Friend – You’re Out Of The Computer

The Shaggs – Philosophy of the World

Daniel Johnston – King Kong

Ivor Cutler – I’m Going In A Field

Los Shakers – Mas Largo Que El Ciruela

The Langley Schools Music Project – Calling Occupants of Interplanetary Craft

The Caretaker – Mental caverns without Sunshine

 

This Show Could Totally Be Your Life

 

This Show Totally Rocks Numero 44 25th July

I don’t know what made me think of Our Band Could Be Your Life this week.  Maybe pics on FB from touring bands, or playing The Minutemen on last week’s show, or even a recent night in, listening to some old Chicago/Austin noise rock, but it got me to thinking of how great the bands in the book were/are and how mad some of the stories are.  If you haven’t read the book, read it, start today.  So on to the show.  It starts off with a bit of the Wipers, just cuz.  Then it is a chapter by chapter run down of the bands in the book:   Black Flag, Minutemen (Click the link for We Jam Econo) , Mission of Burma, Husker Du, The Replacements, Sonic Youth, Butthole Surfers, Big Black, Dinorsaur Jr, Fugazi, Minor Threat and Mudhoney.  I skipped Beat Happening as I don’t have any of their material and I will leave the room if any is put on the stereo.  So that is the book and its worth the price alone for the story of Watt gaffer taping the legs of his trousers shut for days to keep in a severe case of the trotskys.  The other big revelation this week was that Poison Idea was inducted into the Oregon Music Hall of Fame.  They are followed by Bad Religion, The Angry Samoans, Mule , the Jesus Lizard and lastly Fucked Up.  Alright that’s your lot, enjoy, let’s get it on!!!

Radio Cure #9 – You Know My Name (Look Up The Number)

Radio Cure 9

 

The theme of the show this week is names. Which was suprising easy to compile. No talking this week due to lack of time.

 

Tracklist:

Foo Fighters – Oh, George

Ben Kweller – Ann Disaster

Blind Melon – Vernie

Red Hot Chili Peppers – Charlie

Pearl Jam – Lukin

Crystal Castles – Alice Practice

Foster The People – Helena Beat

Grimes – Vanessa

Iron And Wine – Jezabel

Nirvana – Polly

The Beatles – Anna (Go With Him)

Tom Waits – Martha

Cassie Franklin – Lady Margaret

Bob Dylan – Corina, Corina

Jodie Holland – Mad Tom Of Bedlam

Buddy Holly – Peggy Sue

Sonic Youth – Tom Violence

The Sonics – Louie Louie

 

 

 

A Festival of 80’s and More – Show #7

 

The West is Calling – Show 7

Thank you .. Thank You  .. Thank You – Roll up Roll up for more music from

day two of this year’s Westport Music Festival!!

 

  1. Jackie – Jack Lukeman
  2. Clubland – Elvis Costello
  3. Brewing Up a Storm – The Stunning
  4. Remo’s on Fire – The Stunning
  5. Big Fat Handsome Man – Imelda May
  6. Lines are Fading – The Cabin Collective
  7. Squeezing Muscles from a shell – Squeeze
  8. Tempted – Squeeze
  9. Alison – Declan McManus
  10. Open Your Borders – Jack L
  11. Kentish Town Waltz – Imelda May
  12. What’s so funny about peace love and understanding – Elvis Costello
  13. Half Past two – The Stunning
  14. Did We Ever Really Try – Delorentos
  15. Hot Tramp – Riptide Movement
  16. Accident Will Happen – Elvis Costello
  17. Half Past Two – The Stunning