Friday, October 12, 2007

Film Gudie Friday For the Weekend of October 12th

And Sorry for the late night post a little bit of a lag today [i.e playing a game on] so this is all of the movies are playing this weekend in reguarl theater, Indie Theater, DFT, and that discount theater with discrption from the Detroit Free Press and the Trailers from you tube.

"We Own the Night"[R]

Joaquin Phoenix is a high-living Polish-American night club manager in 1988 Brooklyn whose policeman brother (Mark Walhberg) asks him to get the goods on his mobbed-up Russian boss. Rated R for strong violence, drugs, language, sexual content and brief nudity.

"Michael Clayton"[R]

George Clooney is a fixer at a major law firm who is given the job of salvaging a high-stakes settlement when the brilliant lead lawyer (Tom Wilkinson) goes off the rails while defending a chemical company in a class action.

"Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married?" [PG-13]

A comedy directed by and starring Tyler Perry about two married couples whose Colorado vacation -- and futures -- are jeopardized by adultery.

"Elizabeth: The Golden Age"[PG-13]

A sequel returning Cate Blanchett to the title role, focusing on her relationship with adventurer Sir Walter Scott (Clive Owen).

"The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford"[R]

As the charismatic and unpredictable Jesse James (Brad Pitt) plans his next great robbery, he wages war on his enemies. But the greatest threat to his life may ultimately come from those he trusts the most. Rated R for strong violence and sexual references.

"The Final Season"[PG]

Kent Stock (Sean Astin) disrupts his life to become coach of the Norway, Iowa, High School baseball team and try to lead them to victory.

Playing at the Main Art Theater in Royal Oak

"Lust, Caution"[NC-17]

A spy thriller directed by Ang Lee and set in World War II Shanghai, about a woman whose relationship with a powerful, married politician has international ramifications.

Playing at the Maple Art Theater in Bloomfield Hills

"I Want Someone to Eat Cheese With"[R]

Jeff Garlin is a food-obsessed Chicagoan juggling relationships with a nutty ice-cream parlor scooper (Sarah Silverman) and a schoolteacher (Bonnie Hunt).

"The Last Winter"[NR]

A ravaged earth takes its revenge in an eco-horror film about Artic oil riggers who make the mistake of drilling the wrong hole.

Playing at the Detroit Film Theatre at the D.I.A.

"The Devil Came on Horseback"[NR]

A documentary about the Jangaweed, the Sudanese-government supported Arab militia responsible for part of the genocide in Dafur.

Playing Saturday at 7 PM
and Sunday 4 PM and 7 PM

Also playing at 9:30 PM on Saturday


Since the late 1970s, identical twins Stephen and Timothy Quay – born in Philadelphia and now working in London – have made a unique contribution to animation in general and the puppet film in particular. Filtering arcane visual, literary, musical, cinematic and philosophical influences through their own utterly distinctive sensibility, each Quay film rivets the attention through hypnotic control of décor, music and movement, evoking half-remembered dreams and long-suppressed childhood memories, fascinating and deeply unsettling in turn. There is simply nothing like experiencing their work on the big screen, and the majority of this selection of shorts will be presented in the Quays’ preferred format of 35mm, many in new prints. The program includes such Quay classics as Street of Crocodiles, Rehearsal of Extinct Anatomies, Anamorphosis, In Absentia and The Phantom Museum

New this week at the discount theater in Warren [A.K.A. the Cinemark Movies 16]


And Playing everywhere next week in Detroit

30 Days of Night (R)

Josh Hartnett fights off an evil force that strikes a northern Alaskan town, where the winter sun stays dark for 30 days and nights.

The Comebacks (PG-13)

A football coach with the worst losing record in the history of the sport goes for a shot at redemption with a ragtag college team.

Gone Baby Gone (R)

Two private-eyes risk everything to investigate a missing child in a territory of broken families, bitter cops and whacked out ex-cons.

Rendition (R)

Reese Witherspoon is the wife of an Egyptian-born chemical engineer, who is being held by the CIA as a terrorist suspect.

Sarah Landon and the Paranormal Hour (PG)

A 17-year-old girl has mysterious encounters with the strange, secret and supernatural in the small town of Pine Valley.

This Weekend In Culture City For the Weekend of October 12th

Well it the weekend and i am sorry for the lag in this blog sight after i post my 1,000 post i was not celebrating, i was recovering a little bit from a small dog bite from a boxer, thank god it was not worst or wrost i would be i a hospital just about now.

And Worst yet it happened just as about to get my hair cut wield still impressing the indie ladies, and the only injury i suffering was just scared thank god for that.

Well let see what going on in Detroit Culture City

Well there is nothing going on Friday night, but on Saturday the Local blues rock band "Dutch Pink" will released there New CD called "Idols and Infidels" but for going the route of on big night of indie rock there not playing one venue, Oh, No there not playing Two Venue, but there playing count em Six placed at the same day This little bus tour will last the whole day from Mid-town to New Center to Hamtramck to Frendale, now i don't have the line up of which venue there going play first, but i know in posting the Weekly Gig Guide on Monday i know they hit up the Belmont at about 6 PM but i know the other culb they willm hit up on there bus tour will be old miami in Midtown, northern lights in the New Center, new dodge and painted lady in Hamtramck and woodward avenue brewers on Woodward Ave. in Ferndale.

now they will be Travel by but on for the band and there Gear and a second one will be for there fans who pre-paid to see Dutch Pink for all six placed they played but for fans who just only going for one gig there will be a lot of opener depening on where they playing opening up will be Oscillating Fan Club, jeremiah bazely, ether aura, the makebelieves[athens, ohio],wingman, and duende!

To find out who playing where just go to there my space site at

Last July, you saw them played to the massed over at Comerica City Fest and no they released there on a proper club tour as the Austin area band "Spoon" pop up in the area with a show at the majestic Theater in surrport of there well receivd album "Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga" and Fresh off there appacen on Saturday night live last week.

Opening for them is the urber Chicago indie pop band "The Ponys" Who released "Turn the Lights Out" way back in March, the doors open at 8 PM.

Meanwheild at the Blind Pig in Ann Arbor hometown boy "Matthew Dear" come home to play a live set in surrport of a his new album "Asa Breed" on Ghostly International isn which he co-found way back in 1999, also playing the show will be Javelins, 800Beloved, Jeff Owens

And also on sunday at the The Crofoot ballroom i pontaic it the return of the austin base band The Polyphonic Spree as lead man Tim DeLaughter bring his 25+ member band to speer joy and happyness in Pontaic as they played tunes from there latiest album The Fragile Army and also playing tracks from there First two album The Beginning Stages of... and Together We're Heavy, the show beging at 7 PM.

And also i mention this on this sight at the beging of the week so i willl metion this aging this saturday at the Drill hall at the Madsoinc temple Buliding a special edtion of the Detroit Drbuy girls as Druby girls all stars face on the challage by the Sin City Neanderdolls from Las Vegas, you can still get tickets at the 10 local area Meijer Store, Orbitz Hair Salon in Ann Arbor,Danny's Irish Pub in Ferndale, MI, Eternal Tattoo in Clawson. and also there will be enterament by DJs Grimly Fiendish, Elisavet and the Motor City Rah Rahs and there will be a after party at the Old Miami[3930 Cass Ave.] with Broadzilla, Velveteen Rabbit and DJ Tim Tiki

The Match beging at 7 PM.

And looking beyond the weekend with two shows at the magic Stick this week on Monday
one the cutest band name in a long time, the boston boy Friend/girl friend duo Drug Rug, there a Fair New Band and you will like them

And on Tuesday The Raveonettes will come to town and played as show at the Stick and also they will be playing New Tunes from there new album "Lust, Lust, Lust" which will be out on November 5th and opening for the Danish Duo will be Nicole Atkins and her backing bamd the Sea who released her debut album "Neptune City" in Two weeks Time.

Also playing This Weekend


The Kinsey Report -Small's
D.L. Hughley - Royal Oak Music Theater


PINBACK with special guest MC CHRIS - Crofoot Ballrom
Blender Magazine Presents TY STONE & FRIENDS with Five Horse Johnson, The Dirty Americans & Dirt Road Logic - Magic Bag
Mute Math - St Andrew Hall
Deastro, We Vs. The Shark, Wildcatting and Benny Stoofy - The Belmont
eddie from ohio - Small's
Thollem McDonas with Marko Novachcoff and Larval - Bohemian National Home
Henry Rollins - Michigan Theater


VH1 You Oughta Know Tour featuring Brandi Carlile with A Fine Frenzy - St. Andrew Hall
Battlefield Band - Small's
Revolucha 4 - Royal Oak Music Theater

Wednesday, October 10, 2007

"It Came From Culture City" 1,000 Post

And it New Music Tuesday

WEEK 41[2007]
OCTOBER 9, 2007

Today is Tuesday, October 9th and after 18 months of typing, Cut and copy, posting,spellchecking,Mentioning, and not only that i survied a bunch of headace, two minor flood in the basement, trying to tell my mom i am doing a blog sight, a bunch of interuption for someone checking Junk mail, little bug here and there a few lost post once in a whield

This is the 1,000 post of a little blog sight called "It Came From Culture City" and thouught it all in thouse 18 months, i am still blogging, still reporting, still pounding, and not only all still posting.

So not this occation of the 1,000 post of this blogsight what do you think i would be posting on this sight?

Why it time for a look at all of the brand new music from all of important music that matters from the only bands that matter for you should know.

Because today is tuesday and as always on tuesday it time for

And Dick Valentine, Robert James Ritchie, and a bunch of Deadstring Brothers have new album released on the 1,000 post on this blog sight on NEW MUSIC TUESDAY.

The Most important music that matters:

- Band of Horses - Cease to Begin (Sub Pop)
- Beirut - The Flying Club Cup (Ba Da Bing!)

- The Fiery Furnaces - Widow City (Thrill Jockey)

- Deborah Harry - Necessary Evil (Eleven Seven)

- Information Society - Synthesizer (Dancing Ferret)
- The Octopus Project - Hello, Avalanche (Peek-a-Boo)

- Robert Pollard - Coast to Coast Carpet of Love and Standard Gargoyle Decisions (Merge)
- Polysics - Polysics or Die!!!! Vista (MySpace)
Electric Surfin Go Go (2)

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- She Wants Revenge - This Is Forever (Geffen)

The Other New Releases:

- Josie Cotton - Invasion of the B-Girls (Scruffy)

- Shannon Curfman - Fast Lane Addiction (CC/Koch)
- The Future Kings of Nowhere - The Future Kings of Nowhere (307 Knox)
- Will Hoge - Draw the Curtains (Rykodisc)
- Johnossi - Johnossi (Control Group)

- Koop - Koop Island (Atlantic)
- Jens Lekman - Night Falls Over Cortedala (Secretly Canadian)

- Cass McCombs - Dropping the Writ (Domino)
- Moving Units - Hexes for Exes (Metropolis)
- Scout Niblett - This Fool Can Die Now (Too Pure)

- Nire - Vespers (Abandoned Love)
- Obra Squara - Sunshyness (self-release)
[which include the song Perfect Timing (This Morning)which is feather on the iphone commcral]
- Old Time Relijun - Catharsis in Crisis (K)
- Prints - Prints (Temporary Residence)
- Ravens & Chimes - Reichenbach Falls (Better Looking)
- Rockfour - Memories of the Never Happened (Cooking Vinyl)
- The Silver Seas - High Society (Cheap Lullaby)
- Sleeping People - Growing (digipak; Temporary Residence)
- Sunset Rubdown - Random Spirit Lover (Jagjaguwar)
- Scott Walker - And Who Shall Go to the Ball? And What Shall Go to the Ball? (limited edition; 4AD)

Local Released:

- Deadstring Brothers - Silver Mountain (Bloodshot)

- ELECTRIC SIX - I Shall Exterminate Everything Around Me That Restricts Me From Being The Master (Metropolis)
- Kid Rock - Rock N Roll Jesus (Atlantic)

- Ugly - Ugly (Rock Ridge)

Notable Reissues and Archival Material:

- Eric Clapton - Complete Clapton (two CDs; Reprise)
- Duke Ellington and Coleman Hawkins - Duke Ellington Meets Coleman Hawkins (Verve)
- Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Brain Salad Surgery (Shout! Factory)
- Fatboy Slim - LateNightTales (two CDs; Thrive)
- Ian Gillan - Gillan's Inn - Deluxe Tour Edition (with DVD; Immergent)
- The Isley Brothers - The Definitive Collection (Hip-O)
- Quincy Jones and His Orchestra - Quintessence (Verve)
- Moby Grape - Grape Jam; Moby Grape; and Wow (Sundazed))
- Luciano Pavarotti - Pavarotti Forever (two CDs; Decca)
- Sonny Rollins - Sonny Rollins on Impulse! (Verve)
- Sarah Vaughan - Gold (Verve)

Chrismas Released:

- The Isley Brothers featuring Ronald Isley - I'll Be Home for Christmas (Def Soul Classics)
- Patti LaBelle - Miss Patti's Christmas (Def Soul Classics)
- Mannheim Steamroller - Christmas Song (American Gramaphone)
- The Smithereens - Christmas With the Smithereens (Koch)
- Various artists - An Olde English Christmas (Decca)


- Chaos Restored With Justin Martin (Buzzin' Fly)
- Every Child Deserves a Lifetime: Songs From the For Our Children Series (Shout! Factory)
- Tokyo Calling 2 (King Street)

Music DVDs:

- Ian Anderson - "Ian Anderson Plays the Orchestral Jethro Tull" (C&B)
- Leonard Bernstein - "The Gift of Music: An Intimate Portrait" (Deutsche Grammophon)
- Twinkie Clark - "Twinkie Clark and Friends: Live in Charlotte" (Verity)
- Bing Crosby - "Bing Crosby's White Christmas All Star Show" (Quantum Leap)
- Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs - "Best of the Flatt & Scruggs TV Show, Vol. 3" and "Vol. 4" (Shanachie)
- Bob Mould - "Circle of Friends" (MVD Visual)
- The Brian Setzer Orchestra - "One Rockin' Night: Live in Montreal" (Surfdog)
- Bernie Worrell - "Stranger: Bernie Worrell on Earth" (PD 101)
- Various artists - "20 to Life: The Life and Times of John Sinclair (Steve Gebhardt)

Digital Releases:

- British Sea Power - Krankenhaus? (Rough Trade/ World's Fair; hits terrestrial stores November 20)
- Radiohead - In Rainbows (available Wednesday on as a DRM-free MP3 download; Discbox, which will ship on or before December3, also contains a second, enhanced CD; additional artwork; and vinyl)

DVD on TV:

- Alfred Hitchcock Presents - Season 3
- Ben 10 - Season 2
- C.S.I.: NY - The Complete 3rd Season
- The Captain and Tennille - In Hawaii
- The Captain and Tennille - In New Orleans
- The Captain and Tennille - Songbook
- The Captain and Tennille - The Christmas Show
- Creature Comforts - The Complete Season 1
- Degrassi Junior High - Degrassi High: The Complete Collection
- Denver, the Last Dinosaur - Volume 1
- Everybody Hates Chris - The 2nd Season
- Family Ties - The Complete 2nd Season
- Ghost Hunters Live From The Shining Hotel - Season 3, Part 1
- Girlfriends - The Complete 2nd Season
- Hannah Montana Vol 03: Life's What You Make It
- Jericho - Series 1 & 2
- The Lair - The Complete 1st Season
- Little Women Pilot Telefilm
- Marple Series 3
- Meerkat Manor - Season 1
- Murder, She Wrote - The Complete 7th Season
- Only Fools and Horses - The Complete Collection
- Only Fools and Horses - The Specials 1991 - 2003
- Pole to Pole - Michael Palin: Pole To Pole
- Robin of Sherwood - Set 2 (Season 3)
- Roots (mini-series) - Roots: The Complete Collection
- Roots: The Next Generations (mini-series) - Roots: The Next Generations
- Stargate SG-1 - The Complete Series
- The Vicar of Dibley - A Holy Wholly Happy Ending
- The Vicar of Dibley - The Immaculate Collection
- War and Peace - The Complete BBC Mini-Series
- Whose Line Is It Anyway? - Season 1, Volume 2 (Uncensored)

Monday, October 08, 2007

Now a Unpaid Ad for Something i dig

For almost Three years The Detroit Derby Girls have been raceing around the flat track in the big Drill Hall at the Masonic Temple just off the Northen Egde of Downtown Detroit.

there matches have been provide enteramint for the Detroit culture scene with team names like Pistowhippers, The Devil's Night Dames, D-Funk Allstars, Detroit Pistoffs and Colorful players like Cookie Rumble,Bikini Killer, Racer McChaseHer, KillBox, Del Bomber, Elle McFearsome, Honey Suckit, and Meg Phite.

And Now just before the 2007-2008 season is about to begin our pride in the roller indie city have been Challenged by a bunch a high class girls from Las Vegas as the city home of lot if casino, Bright Lights and bands like the Killers and ...... Hum

Band like the Killers and [thinking] ....

Band like the Killers and ....

Anybody from Culture City Do you know any other band i know from Las Vegas beside the Killers?, Any one !!!!!

I guess we have more well know Bands in Detroit than Las Vegas so we win the bands battles hands down, anyway back to the subject the city have just send there best girls to Detroit this Saturday night to Challenged our own hard working flat track underground heroes

and you can witness as our hometown druby girls take the time to make The Sin City Neanderools disappear.

Now ticket are 15 bucks and kids under 12 are free when accompanied by an adult you can get advanced tickets at the ten metro area Meijer Store[Warren,Madison Hts,Sterling Heights,Fraser,Roseville,Royal Oak,Allen Park,Lincoln Park,Shelby Twp, and Rochester Hills.] you can also get tickets at Orbitz Hair Salon in Ann Arbor, Danny's Irish Pub in Ferndale,and Eternal Tattoo - Clawson, you can also get tickets on line at

Now remember Limited number of tickets available at the door.

And Since this is Detroit Rock City, they will have intermission entertainment with Elisavet and the Motor City Rah Rahs with DJs Grimly Fiendish.

Now the Masonic Temple Drill Hall is Located inside the Masonic Temple at 500 Temple Ave just a few block West of Woodward Ave.

and After the Match you can Hang out with the Girls up the street on Cass Ave. with the Official post match afterglow at the Old Miami at 3930 Cass Ave. in Midtown Detroit with DJ Tim Tiki and Live music From Velveteen Rabbit and Broadzilla.

Now For more info on the upcoming roller Derby season and info on tyring out for the Derby girls you can go to there web page at or there my space page at

Sunday, October 07, 2007

The Weekly Gig Gudie For October 8th to October 14th




The Shins - The Tonight Show with Jay Leno - NBC
Kid Rock - The Late Show With David Letterman - CBS
Modest Mouse - Jimmy Kimmel Live - ABC
Shout Out Louds - The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson - CBS


Blue Man Group - The Tonight Show with Jay Leno - NBC
Black Lips - Late Night with Conan O'Brien - NBC


Queens of the Stone Age - The Late Show With David Letterman - CBS
Modest Mouse - The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson - CBS


Klaxons - Late Night with Conan O'Brien - NBC
Tori Amos - The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson - CBS


Fionn Regan - Late Night with Conan O'Brien - NBC
They Might Be Giants - The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson - CBS
Morrissey - Last Call with Carson Daly - NBC


The Foo Fighters - Saturday Night Live - NBC

Also on TV this week

The Henry Rollins Show - Chris Cornell - IFC
Austin City Limits - The Decemberists and Explosions In The Sky - PBS [Seen in Detroit on WTVS Digatial Channel 56.1]


BBC Radio

Radio 1

Steve Lamacq's In New Music We Trust
Monday From 4 PM EST

Jo Whiley In New Music We Trust
Wednesday 4 PM

Zane Lowe
Weekday From 2 to 4 PM EST

Wednesday - Malakai

Huw Stephens Unsigned
Wednesday 7 to 9 PM EST

Annie Mac

Friday Night Web show
Friday Night Mash up from 5 to 7 PM
Sunday web Show from 4 PM

This Week - Mini Mix from the one the only Mr Norman Cook AKA Fatboy Slim!

Radio 2

Radcliffe and Maconie
Monday and Tuesday - 3 PM EDT

Monday - Heavy Trash play live
Wednewsday - Tommy Ramone interview
Thursday - Claudia Winkleman joins in


Suzi Quatro’s Heroes Of Rock’n’Roll
Wednesdays at 6 PM EDT

Part one on right Now on-line
Chubby Checker

This Week
Ben E King

This Guys In Love With You – The Herb Alpert Story

Fridays 6 PM

Richard Carpenter presents the story of the trumpet legend and record company boss, who with his band The Tijuana Brass have sold over 72 million records. The series features contributions from Contributions from Herb Alpert himself, Jerry Moss, Sergio Mendes, Burt Bacharach, Sting, Noel Gallagher, Roger Hodgson of Supertramp and members of the Tijuana Brass.

Part one - Online Right Now
Part Two - This Week

On-ine Right Now


A Taste of Summer marks the anniversary of an extraordinary musical and social flowering, when hundreds of thousands of hippies descended on San Francisco to protest against war and expand their minds.

1967 was the 'Summer of Love', when beatnik folk gave way to hippie rock and Hendrix set his Stratocaster ablaze.

This programme chronicles a community who danced to the Grateful Dead and Jefferson Airplane, believing they would still be dancing when the sun rose on a New Age.

Some of them are dancing still.


Bob Harris introduces an hour of Bob Dylan's greatest hits, compiled from over 40 years of concerts.

Dream Dylan Live features four performances direct from Dylan's own archives, which have never been heard since they were originally performed. Of special interest to Dylan fans is a November 1980 performance of Groom's Still Waiting At The Altar, which features the last public performance of guitarist Mike Bloomfield, who died three months after making this final appearance

BBC 6 Music

6Music Plays It Again
Monday-Thursday 4:30 PM EST

Monday and Tuesday - Whatever Happened to Davy Graham?

Wednesday and Thursday - The Real Tim Hardin

6Music Plays It Again Overnight
Every Night at 10 PM EDT

The Week
The Elvis Presley Story
Part 7-13

Live at 4(AM UK)
Every Night at 11 PM EDT

Monday - Captain - Summer Sundae 2006
Tuesday - The Coral - Glastonbury 2003
Wednesday - Yeah Yeah Yeah's - Indian Summer 2006
Thursday - Cars - Sussex University 1979
Friday - The Jam - Golders Green Hippodrome 1981

On-Line Right Now

Seahorses - Glastonbury 1997
Todd Rundgren's Utopia - Oxford Polytechnic 1977


Be Bop Deluxe - 30/01/1978
Sidecar Kisses - 11/12/2006

Magazine - 14/02/1978
Jeff Healey Band - 06/12/1988

The Lurkers - 18/10/1977
Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds - 28/03/1984

Nightmares On Wax (Blue Room Mix) - 2005

Big In Japan - 12/02/1979
Ozric Tentacles - 27/11/1995

Online Right Now

Saturday [10-6]
Lung Leg - 29/10/1995
Billy Bragg - 27/07/1983

Sunday [10-7]
Joe Cocker - Sounds Of The 70's
El Perro Del Mar - 02/05/2006

Gideon Coe
Weekday from 5 to 8 AM EST

Monday - Stars
Tuesday - Noah and The Whale
Wednesday - Gallon Drunk
Thursday - Richard Hawley (Hub)
Friday - Undertones (Hub)

Queens of Noize Disco Sonic Safari!
Saturday 11 AM EST

This Week
Disco Sonic Safari!

and online right now if you miss it
The Detroit Sonic Safari!

The Queens embarked on a Detroit Sonic Safari with music from John Lee Hooker, Aretha Franklin and Alice Cooper plus a chat with Bobby from The Go

Tom Robinson
Monday and thursday
2-4:30 PM EST

Monday - Akala
Tuesday - Shychild
This Week session music - Tunng.

KCRW Morning Becomes Eclectic with Nic Harcourt
Live Set beging at 2:15 PM EST

Monday - Ulrich Schnauss
Tuesday - Rockfour
Thursday - Jose Gonzalez


Film School - 7:30pm


Figurines - 3:00pm
Dappled Cities - 6:00pm


The Shout Out Louds - 3:00pm
The Dimes - 9:00pm
Throw Me The Statue - 11:00pm


Matt Pond Pa - 5:00pm

World Café
2 pm - 4 pm ET Weekday

Monday - David Bromberg
Tuesday - Rogue Wave
Wednesday - Okkervil River
Thursday - Marc Cohn
Friday - Josh Ritter

Satulitte Radio


E-Street Radio[Ch.10]

Live Thunder

2 am ET - 11/08/96 Freehold, NJ
Noon ET - 04/04/00 Tacoma, WA
8 pm ET - 09/24/99 Philadelphia, PA

XM Radio

The King Biscuit Flower Hour: The Clash & David Gilmour
Monday - 3PM ET - Deep Tracks - XM 40

Relive Pearl Jam From Lollapalooza 2007
Thursday - 10PM ET - Ethel - XM 47

Live From The Knitting Factory: The Broken West
Friday - 10PM ET - XMU - XM 43

Theme Time Radio Hour with Bob Dylan
Wednesday - 10AM - 11AM ET - Deep Tracks - XM40
Thursday - Noon - 1PM ET - The Village - XM 15
This week's theme is California





Saturday - SPOON

The Crofoot[1 South Saginaw, Pontiac, MI]

Tuesday - BESNARD LAKES[Pike Room]
Tuesday - THE AVETT BROTHERS [Eagle Theater]
Saturday - PINBACK with special guest MC CHRIS [Crofoot Ballrom]
Sunday - THE POLYPHONIC SPREE with ROONEY [Crofoot Ballroom]

Maigic Bag

Monday - *PATRICK WOLF with Bishi
Saturday - Blender Magazine Presents
TY STONE & FRIENDS with Five Horse Johnson, The Dirty Americans & Dirt Road Logic

Saint Andrews Hall

Saturday - Mute Math
Sunday - VH1 You Oughta Know Tour featuring Brandi Carlile with A Fine Frenzy


Tuesday - Saves the Day


Tuesday - Elvis Perkins w/ Brighton, MA
Wednesday - Aleph - 1 w/ Trembling Earth, and Nightcap
Thursday - Yoshi w/ Quest M.C.O.D.Y., Marv Won, Buff-1, Nae Smiles, DJ Young Mase
Friday - Righteous w/ The Strive, and the Butterfly Effect
Saturday - Matthew Dear w/ Javelins, 800Beloved, Jeff Owens

The Belmont

Friday - The Senate, J Graves
Oct 13 2007 6:00P
Saturday -[Early Show]Dutch Pink Bus Tour
Saturday -[Late Show]Deastro, We Vs. The Shark, Wildcatting and Benny Stoofy


Friday - Assemblege 23

The Ark

Monday - Greg Greenway & John Flynn
Tuesday - Eliza Gilkyson
Wednesday - The Samples & Bump
Thursday - Rani Arbo & daisy mayhem
Friday - The Kinsey Report
Saturday - eddie from ohio
Sunday - Battlefield Band

Bohemian National Home - 3009 Tillman, Detroit (1 blk N. of Michigan Ave, between I-96 and Grand Blvd)

Monday - Rempis Percussion Quartet, Eric Hall
Tuesday - Damo Suzuki with Detroit Sound Carriers, Tyvek
Saturday - Thollem McDonas with Marko Novachcoff
Saturday -[midnight show] Larval

The Fillmore Detroit (formerly State Theatre)

Wednesday - Regina Spektor

Royal Oak Music Theater

Wednesday - Dexter, 2 Days Out, The Fifty, Torn Out
Friday - D.L. Hughley
Sunday - Revolucha 4

Michigan Theatre

Saturday - Henry Rollins

Fox Theatre

Friday thur Sunday - Tyler Perry's "What's Done in the Dark"

Joe Louis Arena

Tuesday - WWE Presents: SMACKDOWN & ECW

The List for the weekending October 7th

Tuesdays 10p - 12a
w/ Melody Licious & Suzy Cole

PLAYLIST FOR October 2nd

1) Ghost City – Flying Machine
2) Gore Gore Girls – Casino
3) SSM – Candy Loving
4) The Paybacks – Bring It Back
5) Outrageous Cherry – The Realm Of Nothing Happening
6) The Dewtons – Tony Danza
7) Suicide Machines – Permanent Holiday
8) Speedball – Operation Get Down
9) Brave Rifles – London Cops
10) Pas/Cal – The Bronzed Beach Boys
11) The Stooges – I Wanna Be Your Dog
12) The Decks – What You Said
13) Left In Ruin – Hands Down
14) The Offramps – Impulse Buy
15) The Prime Ministers – Make Me Your Mission
16) The Fluoride Program – Lavender
17) Sean Madigan Hoen – The Liquor Witch
18) Sik Sik Nation – Murders On My Lips
19) Bluesong – Like An Ocean
20) Hotness – 3” Heels
21) Matt Ratza – Sweet Voice
22) Universal temple OF Devine Power – The Man
23) Demolition Doll Rods – Where My Baby Be
24) Scotty Karate – Spider Bites
25) Koffin Kats – Buzzkill Bitch
26) Hiding In Thailand – Gratuitous Party Anthem
27) Mason Proper – Miss Marylou Carreau
28) Grayling – Wait Til Someday Comes
29) Brendan Benson – Spit It Out
30) Electric Six – Randy’s Hot Tonight

Wednesday - 2:30-4p.m. Eastern


Cowboys & Indies
Saturday From 9:30 PM - Midnight
Cjam-Fm Windsor (

1. bedouin soundclash - mandrake root
2. bedouin soundclash - shelter
3. bedouin soundclash - midnight rockers
4. dead 60s - start a war
5. hard fi - i shall overcome
6. mia - jimmy
7. simian mobile disco - i believe (request)
8. art brut - direct hit
9. maximo park - the unshockable
10. the hoosiers - goodbye mr a
11. switches - drama queen
12. franz ferdinand - sound & vision
13. kylie minogue - love is the drug
14. amy winehouse - cupid
15. lily allen - don't get me wrong (request)
16. the indelicates - waiting for pete doherty to die
17. lp session
babyshambles - "shotters nation"
- carry on up the morning
- side of the road
- french dog blues
- baddies boogie
18. british sea power - atom
19. tunng - bricks
20. the dragons - food for my soul
21. working for a nuclear free city - stone cold (request)
22. blue states - the electronic complement
23. editors - lullaby
24. mark ronson - you're all i need to get by
25. the klaxons - no diggity
26. the twang - drinking in LA
27. arctic monkeys - do me a favour (request)
28. long blondes - fulwood babylon (erol alkan remix)
29. andy lewis & paul weller - are you trying to be lonely?
30. feist - 1234

Aural Bliss
Every Sunday at 10 PM EST

1. the the - kingdom of rain
2. james - pressure's on
3. primal scream - higher than the sun
4. autumns - cattleya
5. paik - tinsel and foil
6. star - liars in love
7. sleeping at last - quicksand
8. pilate - don't waste your breath
9. muse - invincible
10. new order - all the way
11. joydrop - beautiful
12. ether aura - i wasn't her
13. honeybreath - for when it's almost
14. velour 100 - toledo
15. anymore - drive
16. ruth-ann boyle - drive
17. massive attack - the hunter gets captured by the game
18. stateless - bloodstream
19. balligomingo - falling
20. annie - heartbeat
21. paul oakenfold - southern sun
22. goldfrapp - number 1
23. ministry - revenge
24. stars - personal

Rodney on ROQ
3-6 AM EST (Midnight 'til 3AM PST)

Playlist for October 1st

1. Editors – An End Has A Start
2. Arctic Monkeys – This House Is A Circus
3. Klaxons – It’s Not Over Yet
4. Oppenheimer – This Is Not A Test
5. They Might Be Giants – Bangs
6. They Might Be Giants – Climbing the Walls
7. Oppenheimer – This Is A Test
8. Losers Lounge f/ Dominique of Ivy – After the Fox
9. Tiny Masters of Today – Hologram World
10. Blood Red Shoes – It’s Getting Boring By the Sea
11. Angie f/ Pete Townshend – Peppermint Lump
12. Smoosh – Find A Way
13. Foreign Born – Into Your Dream
14. Liars – Clear Island
15. The Hives – Tick Tick Boom
16. Buck Brothers - Girls, Skirts, Boots, Bikes
17. Landon – Only 20
18. The Pipettes – Judy
19. Soho Dolls – I’m Not Cool
20. The Donnas – Girl Talk
21. Kate Nash – Caroline’s A Victim
22. Voice of the Beehive – I Think I Love You
23. 1990s – You’re Supposed To Be My Friend
24. The Star 69 – So What Is the News
25. Kings of Leon – On Call
26. Bloc Party – I Still Remember
27. I’m From Barcelona – Britney
28. Marmalade Souls – Famous
29. Art Brut – Moving To LA
30. Scouting For Girls – James Bond
31. Kovak – RockStar
32. The Brunettes – Stereo (Mono Mono)
33. The Bird and the Bee – So You Say
34. The Magic Numbers – This Is A Song
35. The Donnas – Here For the Party
36. Oppenheimer – Breakfast in NYC
37. Emma Pollock – Here Comes the Heartbreak
38. Juliette and the Licks – Purgatory Blues
39. Yeah Yeah Yeahs – Kiss Kiss Kiss
40. Nushu – So Glad You Dig Me
41. They Might Be Giants – The Cap’m
42. Throwback Suburbia – Circles
43. The Alley Cats – Nightmare City
44. Mink – Jodi
45. Mexico 70 – Hello Hello
46. Oppenheimer – This Is Not A Test Top 20 Album
as of October 7th

1 - Tunng - Bricks
2 - M.I.A. - 20 Dollar
3 - The Go! Team - Titanic Vandalism
4 - Jens Lekman - Into Eternity
5 - Super Furry Animals - Into The Night
6 - Figurines - Hey Girl
7 - Junior Senior - Can I Get Get Get
8 - The Posies - All In A Day's Work
9 - Rogue Wave - Fantasies
10 - The New Pornographers - Unguided
11 - Black Lips - Cold Hands
12 - Coyote Bones - Arlington Curse
13 - The Afghan Whigs - My Enemy
14 - Bettye LaVette - Before The Money Came
15 - Shout Out Louds - Hard Rain
16 - The Bird And The Bee - Polite Dance Song
17 - Travels - The Smell Of Kerosene
18 - Imperial Teen - 21st Century
19 - Band Of Horses - Is There A Ghost
20 - Akron/Family - Ed Is A Portal Top 90 album
Sep 21 - Sep 27

1. (Various) - Live at KEXP Volume Three (KEXP)
2. Iron and Wine - The Shepherd's Dog (Sub Pop)
3. Feral Children - Second to the Last Frontier (Buffalo Shoe)
4. The Cave Singers - Invitation Songs (Matador)
5. PJ Harvey - White Chalk (Island)
6. The Valley - The Valley (self-released)
7. Simian Mobile Disco - Attack Decay Sustain Release (Interscope)
8. M.I.A. - Kala (Interscope)
9. Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings - 100 Days, 100 Nights (Daptone)
10. Imperial Teen - The Hair the TV the Baby the Band (Merge)
11. Galactic - From the Corner to the Block (Anti-)
12. The Go! Team - Proof of Youth (Sub Pop)
13. Les Savy Fav - Let's Stay Friends (Frenchkiss)
14. The New Pornographers - Challengers (Matador)
15. Grayskul - Bloody Radio (Rhymesayers)
16. Kinski - Down Below It's Chaos (Sub Pop)
17. Jamie T. - Panic Prevention (Caroline)
18. Okkervil River - The Stage Names (Jagjaguwar)
19. Kanye West - Graduation (Roc-A-Fella)
20. Modeselektor - Happy Birthday! (Bpitch Control)
21. Bettye LaVette - The Scene of the Crime (Anti-)
22. Siberian - With Me (Sonic Boom)
23. Jose Gonzalez - In Our Nature (Mute)
24. Film School - Hideout (Beggars Banquet)
25. (Various) - Shake the Shack Rockabilly Ball Volume 4 (KEXP)
26. Black Francis - Bluefinger (Cooking Vinyl)
27. Pinback - Autumn of the Seraphs (Touch and Go)
28. Common - Finding Forever (Good/Geffen)
29. Kevin Drew - Spirit If (Arts & Crafts)
30. Whalebones - Morning Man EP (self-released)
31. Minus the Bear - Planet of Ice (Suicide Squeeze)
32. Funky C - Joya (Sonic360)
33. Band of Horses - Cease to Begin (Sub Pop)
34. Aesop Rock - None Shall Pass (Definitive Jux)
35. Devendra Banhart - Smokey Rolls Down Thunder Canyon (XL)
36. Georgie James - Places (Saddle Creek)
37. (Various) - Cinematic: Classic Film Music Remixed (Six Degrees)
38. Matt Pond PA - Last Light (Altitude)
39. Stars - In Our Bedroom After the War (Arts & Crafts)
40. Talib Kweli - Eardrum (Blacksmith/Warner Bros)
41. UNKLE - War Stories (Surrender All)
42. Oakley Hall - I'll Follow You (Merge)
43. Kinky - Rarities (Sonic360)
44. LCD Soundsystem - Sound of Silver (Capitol)
45. Coconut Coolouts - Party Time Machine (Haunted Horse)
46. Heavy Trash - Going Way Out With Heavy Trash (Yep Roc)
47. Red Collar - The Hands Up EP (Power Team)
48. Federico Aubele - Panamericana (Eighteenth Street Lounge)
49. Caribou - Andorra (Merge)
50. Steve Earle - Washington Square Serenade (New West)
51. Gravenhurst - The Western Lands (Warp)
52. M83 - Digital Shades Vol. 1 (Mute)
53. Underworld - Crocodile (Side One)
54. Maps - We Can Create (Mute)
55. Tullycraft - Every Scene Needs a Center (Magic Marker)
56. Police Teeth - Jazz Records for Sale (Blood City)
57. Math and Physics Club - Baby I'm Yours (Matinee)
58. The Blakes - The Blakes (Light in the Attic)
59. Daniel G. Harmann - Anthems from the Gentle War (Hello Tower Media)
60. Ha Ha Tonka - Buckle in the Bible Belt (Bloodshot)
61. Numbers - Now You Are This (Kill Rock Stars)
62. Two Gallants - Two Gallants (Saddle Creek)
63. Los Mono - Somos Los Que Estamos (Sonic360)
64. Animal Collective - Strawberry Jam (Domino)
65. Earlimart - Mentor Tormentor (Majordomo)
66. Tunng - Good Arrows (Thrill Jockey)
67. Wooden Shjips - Wooden Shjips (Holy Mountain)
68. Spoon - Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga (Merge)
69. Interpol - Our Love to Admire (Capitol)
70. (Various) - Butter (Fourthcity)
71. Young Sportsmen - Death to Palaces (self-released)
72. Bronze Fawn - Lumber (Woodson Lateral)
73. Thurston Moore - Trees Outside the Academy (Ecstatic Peace!)
74. Liars - Liars (Mute)
75. The Mendoza Line - 30 Year Low (Glurp)
76. Black Lips - Good Bad Not Evil (Vice)
77. Taken by Trees - Open Field (Rough Trade)
78. Rob Sonic - Sabotage Gigante (Definitive Jux)
79. Dead Confederate - Dead Confederate (demo)
80. Mary Gauthier - Between Daylight and Dark (Lost Highway)
81. The Poison Control Center - A Collage of Impressions (Afternoon)
82. Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Is Is (Interscope)
83. Rogue Wave - Asleep at Heaven's Gate (Brushfire)
84. Shout Out Louds - Our Ill Wills (Merge)
85. pleasureboaters - gross (Don't Stop Believin')
86. Dolour - The Years in the Wilderness (Quince)
87. Kasey Anderson - The Reckoning (Terra Soul)
88. The Heavy - That Kind of Man (Counter)
89. Shape of Broad Minds - Craft of the Lost Art (Lex)
90. Charlie Hunter Trio - Mistico (Fantasy/Concord)

Steve Lamacq's In New Music We Trust
Live Monday 4 PM EDT
or any time at
for one week untill the following monday at 4 PM EDT.

Playlist for October 1st

Cut Off Your Hands – 'Still Fond Of You' (Fandango)
Funeral For A Friend – 'Great Wide Open' (Atlantic)

The Maccabees – 'Toothpaste Kisses' (Fiction)

Headline Artist – Reverend & The Makers

Look Look Dancing Boys – 'Arse Road' (White Label)

My Scene – Newcastle

Cribs – 'Our Bovine Public' (Wichita)

The Metro's in Session
The Metros – 'Education Part 2' (1965 Records)
The Metros – 'Live A Little' (1965 Records)

The Author – 'Taxi' (Split)
Twisted Wheel – 'You Stole The Sun' (Unsigned)
The Tings Tings – 'Fruit Machine' (Legendre Starkie Records)

Final Five
Kotki Dwa – ‘Pad’ (Mily Records)
The Blackout – ‘Beijing Cocktail’ (Fierce Panda)
Manic Street Preachers – ‘Indian Summer’ (Sony BMG)
The Strange Death Of Liberal England – ‘An Old Fashioned War’ (Fantastic Plastic)
New Royal Family – ‘Anyone Fancy A Chocolate Digestive’ (Unsigned)

The Steve Lamacq Show
Live Wednesday 6:30 PM EDT
or any time at
for one week untill the following wednesday at 6:30 PM EDT.

Playlist for October 3rd

1. Siouxsie Sioux – Here Comes The Day
Album ‘Mantaray’

2. Jay Jay Pistolet – ‘We Are Free’ (needs de-swearing)

3. Au Revoir Simone – ‘Dark Halls’
Album – ‘Bird Of Music’

4. The Wombats – ‘Let’s Dance To Joy Division’
As yet untitled album due on October 29th

5. La Priest – ‘Engine’

6.. Beiruit – ‘Nantes’
Album – ‘The Flying Club Cup’

7. Jenny McCormick – ‘A Sailing Song’
Album - ‘English Country Garden’

8. Noah & The Whale – ‘Five Years Time’

9. The Coral – ‘Jacqueline’
Album - ‘Roots & Echoes’

10. Adele – ‘Hometown Coming’

11. Pete & The Pirates – ‘Knots’

12. Daedelus – ‘Fairweather Friends’
Fairweather Friends EP

13. Young Knives – Terra Firma

14. Jeffrey Lewis – End Result

15. Northern Alliance – We Hit The Town Drinking
Album ‘The Hand of God’