Originally posted 2013-09-27 18:13:53.
Episode 1 – Introduction
The introductory podcast of the 1913 Unfinished Business series on the centenary of the Dublin Lock-out. The team look at Ireland and Dublin in the early twentieth century and introduce two of the key protagonists of the battle, the ITGWU’s Jim Larkin and the employers’ leaders William Martin Murphy. Historian Dr. Conor Kostick speaks about the genesis of the Lock-out, its politics and how it developed. We finish by asking what relevance the 1913 Lock-out has in our society one hundred years on.
Featuring: Moira Murphy, Kevin Brannigan, Donal Fallon, Shane Fitzgerald, Rónán Burtenshaw. Recording: Thom McDermott. Artwork: Moira Murphy. With thanks to: Dr. Conor Kostick, Barra Hamilton, John Tighe, Eoin Griffin, Fiona Dunkin, Pádraig Madden and Aoife Campbell.
Find out more at www.ub1913.wordpress.com
Originally posted 2013-09-26 22:00:26.
Adventures in Stereo #16
Tracks that are spoken rather than sung….
As ever comments welcome and encouraged!
Luke Vibert & B.J. Cole – Intro
Asa-Chang & Junray – Hana
Material (with William. S. Burroughs) – Seven Souls
Future Pilot A.K.A. Vs. Kim Fowley – Night Flight To Memphis
The Clientele – Losing Haringey
James Yorkston – Woozy With Cider
Tinderskicks – My Sister
Arab Strap – Afterwards
Deerhunter – Vox Humana
Midfield General – Midfielding
Slint – Good Morning, Captain
Half Man Half Biscuit – Breaking News
Originally posted 2013-09-26 21:00:56.
This Party Totally Rocks 53 26th September
What is it with birthdays in Autumn? Did our parents have nothing better to do 9 months ago? As I have been up to my eyeballs in birthday celebrations over the last week and will continue with my own this week, I have dedicated the show to banging tunes and the word party which I think I utter about 397 times over the course of the hour. Things kick off with bangers from Butthole Surfers and Red Fang before a favourite from Queens of the Stone Age that I played at HMD’s recent celebrations gets a go. Next up it’s the Hex Dispensers, The Dwarves, The Damned, The Saints, The Mean Jeans, The Hard-Ons and Agent Orange. At the half hour mark its two party tunes I forgot to play at HMD’s do last week –first The Eagles of Death Metal and then Electric Six. These are followed by absolutely stonking tunes from Turbonegro, Poison Idea, Ministry, Melt Banana, No Means No, Snuff and The Gits before Motorhead wrap things up with a dedication to Nathalie on her imminent move to the UK. This week all of the links are YouTube clips so that you can do a YouTube dj party if you want. Party Party Party!!!
Originally posted 2013-09-26 20:00:36.
The HMD Radio Show 46 – the slow one
There’s a much mellower affair being dished out tonight. Apart from two songs it’s all fairly chilled. Tribute is paid to to Vol. 4 on it being 41 years old yesterday, I play the Vista Chino song no other radio show will play and a couple off the new Jesu album.
Suicidal Tendencies – I wasn’t ment to feel this / Asleep at the wheel
The Horrors – Sea within a sea
Vista Chino – Acidize – The Gambling Moose
Black Sabbath – Laguna Sunrise
Black Sabbath – Supernaut
Black Rainbows – Lady
Bison BC – Slow Hand of Death
Jesu – Homesick
Conan – Golden Axe
Jesu – Comforter
Originally posted 2013-09-25 21:00:03.
Whatever You’re Havin’ #50 – goo goo muck
goo goo muck - Ronnie Cook & the Gaylads
garbageman - The Cramps
primitive - The Groupies
all women are bad - Dypsomaniaxe
outta reach - She
button nose - The A-bones
go girl go - Jett Powers
do you wanna touch me - Joan Jett
jesus never lived on mars - Lee Harvey Oswald Band
rock n roll whore - Toilet Boys
hot and filthy - Turbonegro
because I'm awesome - The Dollyrots
ain't nothing to do - Green River
smith & wesson blues - The Powder Monkeys
sympathy trip - Candy Snatchers
goodbye mr. policeman - Didjits
go the hack - Cosmic Psychos
can't understand - Metz
alleged - Melvins
the bloat - Unsane
Originally posted 2013-09-25 18:05:19.
Onstage and live from the Crowbar in Groningen, Holland, The Dinosaur Truckers and Reverse Cowgirls
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