Avant Reguard Presents Show ‘Boat’ 14 Monikered – Intelligent Input ~ Direct Intent ~ Weirdos Against OCD

Avant Reguard Presents – intelligent input ~ direct intent ~ weirdos against ocd


Full Tracklisting to follow shortly:

but some of it does include;

cock not cough – pretty christian

sonic subjunkies – do you even know who you are

negativland – christianity is stupid

Jimmy Mc gee – pope john paul 2nd in ireland

martha rosler

black to comm

glenn branca




Slight Return 12

Mixed bag this week, but I just had to include Patrick Stewart’s articulate message from Comicpalooza of all places, in support of women’s (& childrens) Refuge, and his more recent support for Combat Stress for veterans with post traumatic stress, which he recently discovered his father experienced. A moving piece, ended by a sincere hug between Stewart and his fan, all attired in her Star Trek uniform.

Slight Return 12

Doctor Ross – Chicago Breakdown

Roisin Murphy – You know me better

James Brown – Its a mans mans mans world

Patrick Stewart – In support of “Refuge” womens refuge, and “Combat Stress” for veterans with PTSD

Phoenix – Rally

Iain Archer – Canal Song

Mama Cass – Make your own kind of music

Vampire Weekend – Unbelievers

Longpigs – She said

Little Joy – No one’s better sake

Local Natives – Sun hands

Suede – Animal Nitrate

Jake Bugg – Seen it all

Father John Misty – Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings

Clint Mansell – Lux Aeterna

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Jody #33 New Releases 2013

There’s loads of records being released all around the world, heres a selection.
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  • Jenny O – Automechanic
  • Barbarian – Chromatose Yellow
  • And So I Watch You From Afar – Like a Mouse
  • Boy + Kite – Fall
  • Warm Soda – Busy Lizzy
  • Attic Lights – Say You Love Me
  • Constant Supply – Capo
  • Crime and the City Solution – My Love Takes Me There
  • The Hyper Actives – The Promised Land
  • The Crookes – Maybe in the Dark
  • Aware Wolf – Skummy Skam Guy
  • White Like Fire – Dead People
  • Black Angels – Don’t Play with Guns
  • Jesse Ruins – Laura is Fading
  • Radiation City – Zombies
  • Hope Show 24 – John Robb interview

    Tonights Show is a chat with John Robb as we talk about the new Goldblade Album – Terror Of Modern Life, out now on Overground Records

    1. Goldblade – This Is War
    2. Jukebox Generation
    3. Membranes – Tatty Seaside Town
    4. Goldblade – The Terror Of Modern Life
    5. Shaman Is Coming
    6, Serious Business
    7, Riot riot
    8. My mind is like an atom bomb
    9. The Clash – White Riot
    10. Goldblade – Hey You Elastic Face
    11. We’re All In It Together

    Crackleton Manor into June

    June’s first Crackleton Manor features a selection of recordings from 1923-1949, influenced by various things including the 100th anniversary of the debut performance of Stravinsky’s “Rite of Spring” last Wednesday, National Accordion Awareness Month and current events in Turkey.

    Pic: Dancers from the Ballet Russes in costume for the first ever production of The Rite of Spring in 1913

     Click here for podcast link: 1 cmxiii


    • “El Aeroplano (excerpt)” by Cuarteto de Roberto Firpo from “Seleccion De La Historia Del Tango”
    • “Slippery Horn” by Duke Ellington and his Orchestra from “Original Masters”
    • “Entra na fila” by Orquestra do Maestro Zacarias from “BRESIL – LE CHANT DU NORDESTE 1928-1950”
    • “Spoonful Blues” by Charley Patton from “Complete Recordings 1929-1934”
    • “Taalibet Laariss” by Cheikh Elafrite from “Musique Pupulaire Tunisienne – Vol. II”
    • “La Valse de Madame Sosten” by Joseph and Cléoma Falcon from “excavatedshellac.com
    • “Cantes de Triana” by Tomas Pavon with Melchor de Marchena from “Early Cante Flamenco – Classic Recordings from the 1930s”
    • “Banovata Pesen (Song for Bana)” by Gergana Tsekova & the Peyu Budakov Orch. from “Song Of The Crooked Dance – Early Bulgarian Traditional Music 1927-42”
    • “Embraceable You” by Django Reinhardt et le Quintette du Hot Club de France, avec Stéphane Grappelli from “Kind Of”
    • “Limehouse Blues” by Joe Haymes from “That Devilin’ Tune – Vol.2”
    • “Hanohano Hanalei” by Kalama’s Quartet from “Early Hawaiian Classics – 1927-1932”
    • “Nédén Hitch Dourmadam Séymiche Bou Gueuydum” by Üstad Münir Nurettin Selçuk from “Turkish Classical Song Master”
    • “(Del Riego’s) Oh Dry Those Tears” by Pablo Casals with Walter Golde from “Encores and Transcriptions, Vol. 5: Complete Acoustic Recordings, Part 3 (1920-1924”
    • “Venus de Milo” by the Miles Davis Nonet from ”The Complete Birth of the Cool”
    • “Lock and Key” by Bessie Smith from “Vol. 4 – Empty Bed Blues – 1927-1928”
    • “Illusione (Deep Purple)” by Natalino Otto & Alberto Semprini e la sua Orchestra from ”Un Nome. La Storia”
    • “Shenaz Longa” by Şükrü Tunar from “Legendary Clarinetist of Turkey”
    • “(Stravinsky’s) Rite of Spring” by Leopold Stokowski and the Philadelphia Orchestra from “Walt Disney’s Fantasia – Original Sound Track”
    • “52nd Street Theme” by Bud Powell Quintet from “Sonny Rollins – Complete Capitol, Savoy & Blues Note Feature Recordings”
    • “Ruckus Juice and Chittlin’” by The Memphis Jug Band from “Ruckus Juice and Chittlins – The Great Jug Bands – Classic recorings of the 1920’s and 30’s – Vol. 1”
    • “C.C. & O. Blues” by Pink Anderson & Sammie Dooley from “Roots ‘n Blues – The Retrospective – 1925 – 1950”
    • “Taksim” by Refik Fersan from “Masters of Turkish Music”
    • “Kessik Kerem” by Hanende Ağyazar Efendi from “Istanbul 1925”
    • “Makam Rast” by Şükrü Tunar from “Masters of Turkish Music – Volume 2”
    • “Smyrneikos Manes” by Mme. Pipina from “Rembetika 7 – Women of Rembetika”
    • “Cryin’ All Day” by Frankie Trumbauer Orchestra from “Bix Beiderbecke – Krazy Kat”
    • “Poor But Ambitious” by The Bamboo Orchestra featuring Wilmoth Houdini from “Poor But Ambitious – Calypso Classics from Trinidad – Historic Recordings 1928-1940”
    • “Tap Room/ The Moving Bogs” by James Morrison from “From Ballymoate to Brooklyn”
    • “Zalaniwska Hreczka” by Ukrainska Selska Orchestra from “Ukrainian Village Music – Historic Recordings – 1928-1933”


    freedom fry hi fi: bellso harpo mambo

    a mix of latin,psych, R&B,easy listening and electronic music this week… listen out for Harpo marx

    bellso harpo mambo

    mambo loco- willie rodriquez and the international stars

    vibe mambo – tito puente

    kenyatta – joe cain and his orchestra

    la pachanga – rolando la’serie y orquestra de bebo valdes

    solitude – harpo marx

    tintinnabulation (at 78rpm) – syntonic research inc.

    transition 1 – mauricio kagel

    daily nightly – the monkees

    calypso love song – dave “baby” cortez

    after the ball (spanish) – unknown, taken from undated home recorded acetate

    ich bank nach odessa – a.elinkrigs yidishe orchestra

    saddled the cow milked the horse – rosco gordon

    please stay – the drifters





    Groove On The Wireless #32 Bewildered


    Dr. Groove returns after surviving a 200km cycle through Wicklow on Sunday where he reached a point of exhaustion that Coconut Island came into is head.  This program wasn’t planned, so in that way it is like all the other programs, but we start with Duke and end up with wild tunes, before a song from the poet of my generation, Jinx Lennon.

    Track List

    • Duke Ellington – Creole Love Call
    • Madvillain – Great Day [Four Tet  Remix]
    • George Maple – OPST
    • Close – My Way feat. Joe Dukie [Original Mix]
    • Pathah Du Prince – Satellite Snyper
    • Louis Armstrong – On A Coconut Island
    • Nina Simone – I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free
    • Mercury Rev – Holes
    • Benoit Pioulard –  La Guerre de Sept Ans
    • Chrissy Murderbot – Alright (Calculon & Austin Speed remix)
    • Dillon Francis – Beautician
    • Jinx Lennon – city of styrofoam cups

    This Show Totally Rocks Numero 36 30th May




    This Show Totally Rocks Numero 36 30th May

    This week’s show is full of guitar based shenanigans with a bit of organ stuck in the middle (ooh err!)  The show kicks off with some kick ass-ery from The New Bomb Turks and Gaunt.  In a shameless plug for tomorrow night’s free objectorZ gig in the Thomas House, I go ahead and play my own band.  Channelling this week’s sunny weather, we head down to Australia for The Celibate Rifles, The Saints and the Pink Fits, before heading to the equally sunny Austin Texas for a bit of Scratch Acid.  Occult Detective Club and Turbo Fruits follow before a few organs and harmonicas show up to the rock party with The Deadly Snakes, The Delta 72, The John Spencer Blues Explosion and The Horrors Mudhoney and Crime add a bit of grit, before The Dirtbombs turn the place all funky.  Next up is a classic from Leatherface who I find myself listening to a lot of lately and then it’s on to the Red Dons.  A bit of YouTube snooping uncovered this gem from Against Me so they get a look in with a track from Total Clarity which is the much less produced and rawer version of their last album before jumping to a proper label.  Finally it’s DOA’s turn to wrap things up.  Turn it up, play it loud, the bank holiday weekend is upon us!!!

    The HMD Radio Show 29

    The HMD Radio Show 29

    As I’m away sunning my self in France this weeks show is a  chance to relive a classic from the archives

    Graveyard – Hisingen Blues
    Wild Rocket – Self Medication
    High on Fire – Devilution
    Gluecifer – Rock n Roll Asshole
    Jesu – Birth Day
    Leaf Hound – Freelance Fiend
    Pharaoh Overlord – Out of the Darkness
    The Heads  – Mystic Healer / Less is More
    The Sword – Iron Swan
    Queens Of The Stone Age – Wake up Screaming
    Lower Class Brats – The New Seditionaries 

    Rebel Radio #3

    Rebel Radio #3


    Toxik Ephex – Police Brutality

    Bombscare – Dissent

    Septic Psychos – More Beer

    Chaos UK – Killa On Da Loose (Thin Lizzy)

    Gobsmakt – Gobsmakt

    Circle Jerks – Wild In The Streets

    GBH – Cadilac One

    Drongos For Europe – Let Go

    The Voids – Money And Music

    Uproar – No War No More

    Death Sentence – Live To Die

    Homebrew – Same Old Story

    Skarpretter – Outsider

    Sydney Ducks – He Lives For Today

    Rust – Oi! Oi! Aussie Rock N Roll

    Striknien DC – Crassified

    Total Bloody Chaos – Police Brutality

    Exit The Network – Run

    Hooligan – No Blacks, No Irish, No Dogs

    Penetration – Dont Dictate

    The Reverends – Give It Up Son

    Chumbawamba – The Day The Country Died


    Radio Cure 2 – Femme Fatale

    Radio Cure 2


    This week’s show is titled “Femme Fatale” and it is all female artists. Unfortunately no talking again this week but sure music speaks louder than words, or is that actions?


    Track List:

    Yeah Yeah Yeahs – Gold Lion

    Autolux – The Bouncing Wall

    The Kills – What New York Used To Be

    Grimes – Be A Body

    Ladyhawk – Paris Is Burning

    Kimbra – Limbo

    Lisa Hannigan – Keep It All

    Rome (Ft. Norah Jones) – Problem Queen

    My Bloody Valentine – Lose My Breath

    Flea (Ft. Patti Smith) – Helen Burns

    Cathy Davey – Mr. Kill

    Hole – Doll Parts

    Dum Dum Girls – Bhang Bhang, I’m A Burnout

    The Asteroid Galaxy Tour – Push The Envelope

    Kitty, Daisy and Lewis – (Baby) Hold Me Tight

    St. Vincent – Chloe In The Afternoon

    Le Tigre – Well Well Well

    Whatever You’re Havin’ #35 – there’s a big hole where your dreams should be

    I’d no mic this week so just a straight mix of tunes. All the Mega City Four is for birthday boy Donal in Sweden.

    Whatever You’re Havin’ 0035 – there’s a big hole where your dreams should be

    Dalliance - The Wedding Present
    Start - Mega City Four
    Savage Eyes - Livids
    69 City - Gaz Le Rok
    Only Tomorrow - My Bloody Valentine
    Legacy - Iroha
    Summer 720 - Bored Spies
    Corduroy - The Wedding Present
    Round The City Square - Bob Mould
    Messenger - Mega City Four
    One Way Conversation - the objectorZ
    Things I Never Said - Mega City Four
    Stop Bleeding - Livids
    Static Interference - Mega City Four
    Keep Believing - Bob Mould
    Never Lose That Feeling/Never Learn - Swervedriver

    Everything Eighties #1

    Deck Chair
    • Another brick in the wall – Pink Floyd
      Hanging on the Telephone – Blondie
      Reward – Teardrop Explodes
      Oliver’s Army – Declan McManus
      Stories for Boys – U2
      Chinatown  – Thin Lizzy
      Cars and Girls – Prefab Sprout
      Will You – Hazel O Connor
      Luka – Suzanne Vega
      Someone looking at ya – Boomtown Rats
      Mirror In the Bathroom -The Beat
      Boys don’t Cry – The Cure
      Pop Song 89 – REM
      Slap and tickle – Squeeze
      Geno – Dexys
      Personal Jesus – Depeche Mode
      Hand In Glove – The Smiths

    Everything Eighties_Show 1

    The Crooked Beat #3

    The Crooked Beat #3

    Okus are a Grind/Metal band from Drogheda. They just released their first album, you can buy it on CD
    and it will be up for download soon! Check out their facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Okusband?fref=ts 

    This week is a mix of Rock, Reggae, Hip Hop, Punk and Metal. Enjoy.


    The Cult – She Sells Sanctuary
    The Hives – No Pun Intended
    Beastie Boys – Pow
    Joe Strummer & Jimmy Cliff – The Harder They Come
    Sonny Okosun – Fire In Soweto
    The Meters – Tippi Toes
    Group Home – Supastar
    Blak Twang – Fearless
    Dub War – Strike It
    Minutemen – D’s Car Jam/Anxious Mofo
    Minutemen – Theatre is the life of you/ Vietnam
    NoMeansNo – Removal
    Sepultura – Nomad
    Okus – Light Obscene
    Okus – Jackyl


    InKredulous: Episode #004

    InKredulous: Episode #004
    Episode 4 of our satirical comedy podcast. Four rounds of questions on skeptical topics, and four guests answering them.

    Your host is Andy Wilson (@InKredulosi) of the Merseyside Skeptics Society

    Appearing this month are:

    Rich Smith (@newsarse) – Editor and writer at Newsarse
    Iszi Lawrence (@iszi_lawrence) – Organiser of Oxford Skeptics in the Pub; comedian and artist.
    Crispian Jago (@Crispian_Jago) – Author of Science Reason and Critical thinking blog; creator of multiple skeptical “Ladybird books” and the wonderful skeptic Top Trumps.
    Mike Hall (@mikehall314) – President of Merseyside Skeptics Society and Doctor Who obsessive.

    You can contact the show at inkredulous@merseysideskeptics.org.uk, and follow us on twitter @InKredulosi to get the early heads up on who will appear on the next show. As always, thanks for listening.

    1912-1945 sound reproductions from Hungary & elsewhere on Crackleton Manor

    Seriously late again this week – it’s a hectic life for a heroic explorer of pre-1951 sound reproductions… this week’s show salutes the nation of Hungary (just because…), and features plenty of stuff from there, as well as other places.

    Mária Basilides

    Podcast link: 1 cmxii


    • “(Dvořák’s) Humoresque (excerpt)” by F. Rowland-Tims from “Whistling in the Dark – Cinema and Theatre Organs in the 1930s”
    • “Sit Sown” by Sister Rosetta Tharpe from “The Original Soul Sister”
    • “The California Kidnapping” by Rev. J. M. Gates from “Rev. J. M. Gates – Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order – VOLUME 6 – February 1928 to March 1929”
    • “Strange Place Blues” by Bukka White from “Legends of the Country Blues”
    • “Black and Tan Fantasy” by Duke Ellington & his Orchestra from “Cotton Club Stomp – 1927-1931”
    • “Souvenir de Trianon” by Orchestre Tzigane de Budapest from “Early Tzigane Records”
    • “Mountain Jack Blues” by Ma Rainey from “Mother Of The Blues”
    • “Valse Beauffy” by Orchestre Tzigane de Budapest from “Early Tzigane Records”
    • “Messin’ Around With The Blues” by Thomas “Fats” Waller from “Portrait Vol.1”
    • “Ha kimegyek arr’ a magos tetőre (If I climb the rocky mountains)” by Béla Bartók with Mária Basilides from “Bartok and Kodaly – Hungarian Folk Music”
    • “Got The Blues” by Blind Lemon Jefferson from “The Complete 94 Classic Sides Remastered”
    • “(Lizst’s) 19 Hungarian Rhapsodies, S244/R106: No. 2 in C sharp minor (abridged) “ by Arthur Friedheim from “Legends of the Piano – Acoustic Recordings 1901-1924”
    • “Noces de ti Pierre” by Athanasiou Beaudry from “Sound American | SA Issue 4: Ian Nagoski Mixtape
    • “Megahalok, megahalok (Woe is me, woe is me)” by Béla Bartók with Mária Basilides from “Bartok and Kodaly – Hungarian Folk Music”
    • “Sherry Lynn Flip” by Slam Stewart Trio from “The Chronological Classics – 1945-1946”
    • “I Found A Million Dollar Sweetheart (In A Five and Ten Cent Store)” by The Boswell Sisters from “HITS OF THE 1930s, Vol. 2”
    • “Got No Silver Nor No Gold Blues” by Uncle Dave Macon from “Volume 2 – Classic Cuts 1924-1938”
    • “Kitrákotty mese (Cockrikoo!)” by Béla Bartók with Mária Basilides from “Bartok and Kodaly – Hungarian Folk Music”
    • “Introduction” by Gene Buck: “All The Things You Are/All The Things You Are – Reprise” by Tony Martin with Jerome Kern (piano) & San Francisco Symphony Orchestra from “Carousel of American Music – The Fabled 24 September 1940 San Francisco Concerts
    • “All The Things You Are” by Kenny Hagood with Thelonious Monk Quartet from “Thelonious Monk – Monk’s Moods – Original Recordings 1944-1948”
    • “Slave To The Blues” by Ma Rainey from “Mother Of The Blues”
    • “Down On The Levee Blues” by Rosetta Crawford with The King Bechet Trio from “Clarence Williams – The Complete 1923-1926 Sessions – Volume 1”
    • “The Lion and the Tribes of Judah” by Lonnie McIntorsh from “Blind Willie Johnson and the Guitar Evangelists”
    • “Mónár Anna (Annie Miller)” by Béla Bartók with Mária Basilides from “Bartok and Kodaly – Hungarian Folk Music”
    • “String Band Blues” by the Kansas City Blues Strummers from “A Richer Tradition – Country Blues and String Band Music 1924-1942”
    • “Hungarian Rag” by Guido Deiro from “Complete Recorded Works, Volume 2”
    • “What Are We Waiting On?” by Woody Guthrie from “Some Folk”
    • “My Wreath (Kuu lei)” by George Ku and His Paradise Islanders from “Genial Hawaiians
    • “We All Share and Share Alike” by George Formby from “With My Little Ukulele In My Hand”
    • “To Toust” by Piperakis Harilaos from “Mortika – Rare vintage recordings from a Greek underworld”
    • “Tab En-Nasim Al Alil” from “The Legend – Oum Kalsoum – The Arab World’s Greatest Singer”
    • “The Same Old Shillelagh” by Pat White from “Farewell to Ireland”


    Freedom fry hi fi: A draw before you go

    A mix of musique du monde, Pakistan, Nigeria,Yemen, Scotland,Bulgaria,Burma,Belize,Israel and more

    a draw before you go

    “sorath” folk tune in sindhi ragni – Iqbal Jogi and party

    egan mi ko ye mi – c.a.balogun and his abalabi group

    ne bah ah son (harp) – unknown

    chamona and ufari on chang and doira

    doira and tambur improvisation

    raee al-gamel – ahmed al soneedar

    perfumed forest part 1 & 2 – yadana myit

    the plains of normandy (slow air)/the smith’s old wife (jig)/a draw before you go (jig) – pipe major john a.maclellan,mbe

    banjo breakdown;unnamed;glendural highlands – pipe major james maccoll

    svatbarska melodia gaida – jelo dimitrov

    bright and morning star – walter and lola caldwell

    End of the tarhib – song and dance at a meeting of the dervishes