This Nowhere Else Fest, That Karate Klub Compilation and These Irish Punks/Rockers Totally Rock, 8th August 2018


This week’s show is all about  3 things;  This weekend’s Nowhere Else Fest in Carlow, the recently released Karate Klub Compilation Record and Irish Punk and Rock in general.  Things kick off with a random one from LIVEFASTDIE and then it’s on to a smattering of the talent on offer at the Fest.  After that its on to a few of the bands on the Compilation record and  a quick dedication to Gary and Aine who are getting married today and then its a random bit of Irish punk and rock.

Tune in, turn it up, go to the Fesht, buy the record, support local music!!

Tune in for:


Audible Joes

The Red Shift 15 – Rush Minute

Originally posted 2013-06-05 20:00:24.

The Red Shift 15 – Rush Minute


boards of canada– everything you do ….

boards of canada– reach for the dead

dirty art club – devil’s mirror

chequerboard – ornithopter

faithless – crazy english summer

air – modular mix

massive attack – rush minute

the xx – swept away

zeroseven – fine social scene

dirty art club – hexes

bent – private road

beach house – holy dances

cinematic orchestra – reel life



Easy Snappin 29

Originally posted 2013-06-04 20:08:06.

Less Waffle more Tunes on this week’s show featuring more track’s from the new D.C.R. album, some tunes from County Clare reggae maestros Serious Mischief, a new one from the Restarts and lots more! Check the links for more info on the bands….

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InKredulous: Episode #005

Originally posted 2013-06-04 12:00:57.

InKredulous: Episode #005

Episode 5 of our satirical comedy podcast. With questions on skeptical topics, and five 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
Brian Thompson (@AmSci) Writer and presenter of the Amateur Scientist comedy podcast
Michael Marshall (@MrMMarsh)- Co-founder Merseyside Skeptics Society, co-host of Skeptics with a K podcast and Righteous Indignation podcast
Janis Bennion (@JanisBennion) – Scientist, founder of Ladies who Do Skepticism, board member of Greater Manchester Skeptics
Allan Callister (@ACallister) – Member of Merseyside Skeptics and Greater Manchester Skeptics, student linguist and fiance of the above

You can contact the show at, 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.

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

Originally posted 2013-06-03 23:00:31.

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





1. gaetir the mounatinkeeper – or ymis holdi
2. araphel – casting the magick circle
3. black earth – mantric resonances along fields of dissolution
4. altar of flies – boiling blood
5. beyond enclosure – into the dungeon
6. crowhurst – cold sweat
7. crowhurst – penumbra
8. gnawed – a bitter harvest
9. the vomit arsonist – think god out of existence
10. megaptera – hydrualik machinery
11. ten thousand miles of arteries – one last woman
12. mizmor – the serpent eats its tail

Slight Return 12

Originally posted 2013-06-03 22:00:32.

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

Originally posted 2013-06-03 14:00:38.

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
  • Groove On The Wireless 229

    Exciting times – a new mixer arrived into Groovetown – a mothership connection and here we have all the world of vinyl released to us.

    Dr. Groove is both excited and animated, two states not usually associated with your host and here we have the results.  The great fortune stance behind the first 7″ is a wonderful slice of serendipity.

    I know I need a small vacation
    But it don’t look like rain


    1. Glen Campbell – Wichita Lineman
    2. Roxy Music – Pyjamarama
    3. Ian Dury & the Blockheads – In Betweenies
    4. Grand Master Flash and the Furious Five – The Message
    5. Manujothi – Shake your booty
    6. Peoples Choice – Do it any way you wanna
    7. Public Enemy – Welcome to the Terrordome
    8. Ordinary Version Chapter 3 – from Forward the Bass
    9. Ailmanchedo & Jah Stitch – The Barber Feel it
    10. Nicolette – No Government
    11. Cyndi Lauper – Time after time

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    Hope Show 24 – John Robb interview

    Originally posted 2013-06-03 08:44:48.

    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

    Originally posted 2013-06-03 05:19:13.

    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 “
    • “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

    Originally posted 2013-06-01 22:00:47.

    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

    Originally posted 2013-05-31 19:00:47.


    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

    Originally posted 2013-05-30 21:00:19.




    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

    Originally posted 2013-05-30 20:00:32.

    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

    Originally posted 2013-05-30 19:00:20.

    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