Saturday, October 27, 2007

Culture City Update

i dont have time to write a full review because i am getting ready to go out tonight, but i willl have some thing to say about the just in rating of Show #2 of The Next Great American Band on Monday.

This Quicky of a report is from Media Week Marc Berman on and i got to tell you it not looking good despit the muggs beging on it.

-Ratings Breakdown:

CBS dominated this typically lackluster Friday, with a first-place finish in total viewers and adults 18-49. Second overall was NBC, followed by ABC, the CW and the home of colossal dud The Next Great American Band on Fox. The Next Great American Band sunk to a mere 2.87 million viewers and a 1.2 rating/4 share among adults 18-49 from 8-10 p.m. Comparably, that was a decrease of 740,000 viewers and 20 percent in the demo from its already disappointing debut one week earlier (Viewers: 3.61 million; A18-49: 1.5/ 5 on Oct. 19, 2007). Was there any real need for Fox to try to clone American Idol?

The Culture City Review - "The Next Great American Band" - Show 2

Friday night was show No. 2 of the very So-So "The Next Great American Band" now noranlly i would not review such like this if it have any good band but as a local blogger i am blogging about becau one of the hardest working band in all of Detroit "The Muggs" are on the show.

Now if you read my review of the audition show i did not like 80% of the show which is mostly a rehase of the American Idols formal but with rock band, the big buzz all over the Detroit rock scene was the muggs begin on this show, but now in the muggs wolud say if they made it.

Well last week they made the National TV debut to show the country that Detroit rock and roll still alive and well as they torn up the additions and impress the judges with there gritty grimmy rock as they went thur to the live show as part of the final 12.

Well, here we are almost a week later and the mega live show to willow down to the top band in this completion, now the setting is a combination of show on fox like 'Don't forget the lyrics" and the only show i can stand 'SO you can think you can dance"[Which the top 10 live show stop by the Joe Louis Arena next Saturday]with the crowd look like a mid-size gig at the magic stick at mid-week.

the Live show round is made up with two song, one song is a song from a theme of the show and a original song of there own, and for this week show all 12 bands cover the music of the one and only "Bob Dylan"

Now the Muggs was the 7th band on the show as they start the 2nd hour of the show, the Dylan cover they did was "Meet Me in the Morning" from the 1975 album "Blood on the Tracks" and they did a good job in hitting a home run with that song and they hammer it and hammer it well.

The Next song they did was one of there own song "Slow Curve" which they also did a fine job rocking out in playing on TV and i was wonderful to see, two of the three Judges on the show Goo Goo Dolls Johnny Rzeznik and Drummer Shelia E. love the band and here what they say.

[From the web blog from Detroit News Melody Baetens on]

Johnny Rzeznik: (to Danny) You are my guitar hero. Man, you guys are tight. You can really feel the bond between you guys. God bless you guys.

Sheila E.: You guys are one of my favorite bands. I've been waiting to hear you guys since the first time I saw you. I love you guys.

But Australian record producer Ian "Dicko" Dickson was sort of impress sort off: I love you guys but this competition is all about improving and I have to say you're a great guitarist. You're not a great singer. Some of these bands have singers that aren't great singers, but they attack it. You approach the mic like it has something nasty on it. Get over it.

Now in Defence of Danny who i have seen the band sixth times in my lifetime Danny Muggs do the best he can with the music he crank out it is not the best in all Detroit but with this style of the music it is good as it can be.

as for the rest of the bands that i can stand on the show that i did give some love to last week the LA all-girls rock band "ROCKET" was OK there original was very good [dont ask me what song was playing because i was at a live show after the show at 10 PM] but i did not like there cover of the classic Dylan tune "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" now Guns and rose did a great cover of the song [and belived or not it is the most cover Dylan song ever record with version from The Grateful Dead, Aerosmith, Mark Knopfler, Wyclef Jean, Eric Clapton, Warren Zevon, U2, Television, Guided By Voices,Avril Lavigne,and Bon Jovi], But "ROCKET" cover of that song was not good it look like it was mangle and to tell you the turth was not very good.

The Other band on the show i did give some love last week was the chicago band Dot, Dot,Dot and to tell you the thurt they was not that good this week and the Judge were not felling it they did not like this too, When you look at it there beging to remind me of a Less Dramaict Co-Ed Version [3 guys and 2 Girls] of a band that i can not stand "My Chemical Romance" and one who know me know i can not stand it so the band is off my radar for a little whiel.

as for the other bands on the show, well to tell you the turth i did like the kids metal band "Light of Doom" now they was great as they rock out to there songs, but i do aggre on one point to couple of member of the band, Put your shirts on.

as for the rest of the bands on the show to tell the turth just like last week none of the other eight band extict me because mostly they played stuff that sound like the boring pop music i have heard already and a bunch of catitgory that i dont care about and a few bands either make me go to sleep or worst hoping the bartender at Small Nat change the channel to the Red Wings game that was going on at the same time.

Now i was hopeding to put the numbers for the muggs but i saw tonight show at small in hamtramck where only 11 people show up and not only that the bar opend at the same time as the show so i did not post the phone No. but we wont know if the muggs survied because unlike america Idols,so you think you can dance and Danceing with the stars, there is no follow up show the next day so we have to wait if the muggs survied at the start of the next show Next Friday

the big question with this show was any one watching this show last week show finish dead last in total viewer and next to last with taget demo 18-49, so will any one care will know as soon as the Fast market station come up.

one more thing before i go FOX 2 news have a report on "the Muggs" on there news cast last night it was on 17 mintues in there news cast and it was reported in at there home bar the Cadieux Cafe, to see the report you can
click on here.

Friday, October 26, 2007

Film Gudie Friday for October 26th


The story of Ian Curtis, who came from a small-town life in '70s England to become the doomed singer of Joy Division.

And it PLaying at the Maple Art Theater

"Kalamazoo?" [PG-13]

Three grandmothers -- now residing in Heaven -- head to Earth, specifically their home town of Kalamazoo, on a mission to help straighten out the lives of their granddaughters. Filmed in Kalamazoo with a soundtrack by Michigan artists.

It Playing at Novi Imgine Theaters

Other Movies opening up this weekend

"Saw IV"[R]

The genesis of Jigsaw's evil is unveiled, exposing the puppet master's true intentions.

"Dan in Real Life"[PG-13]

Steve Carell and Dane Cook star in this comedy that centers on what happens when romance and family collide.


In Alejandro Monteverd's emotional tale of self-discovery, two people discover that it can take losing everything to appreciate the things in life that matter.

"Lars and the Real Girl"[PG-13]

Ryan Gosling is a lovable introvert who connects with the real world through a life-size doll.

Playing this week at the Detroit Film Theater at the DIA

France—1962—directed by Jean-Pierre Melville)

From the director of the great Army of Shadows comes this newly restored, rarely-shown masterwork that follows the unpredictable fates of two criminals – Jean-Paul Belmondo and Serge Reggiani – as they slink through the wet streets of Paris with their raincoats, pistols and fedoras at the ready. But could one of them be the doulos (the “squealer” in underworld slang)? And if so, who and why? Featuring one of the most breathtaking shots in all of Melville’s work (an eight-minute police grilling done in a single, 360° pan), The New York Times’ Manohla Dargis wrote that “Melville’s brutal and subtly brilliant policier Le Doulos underscores why the French put the name to film noir. The camera and the actors move in a silent conspiracy, revealing more about the true nature of a man far in advance of any line of dialogue. This new 35mm print makes it even easier to swoon into its darkness.” In French with English subtitles. (108 min.)

Playing every Night at 7 PM and Sunday at 4 PM

Showing up New at the the discount theater in Warren [AKA the Cinamark Cinma 16]


Opening everywhere Next Week

American Gangster (Wide)

Denzel Washington and Russell Crowe star in the true story of Frank Lucas, a powerful Harlem drug kingpin-turned-informant.

Bee Movie (Wide)

Jerry Seinfeld is the voice of Barry B. Benson, a honey bee
who decides to sue the human race for stealing bees' honey.

Martian Child (Wide)

John Cusack is a science fiction writer who becomes convinced that his adopted 6-year-old son is actually an alien from Mars.

This Week In Culture City for the weekend of October 26th[The Friday before Halloween]

Well, it the weekend and it also the weekend before the night of ghost and gooblen which is know as hawlloween and and there is a few holloween gig so let get to it with the 1st gig as sort of night of the living dead.

and for thouse of you who think that the lauger house have close and have gone on to the great stage in the sky i am gald to report that rumor of the club dimise on Michigan Ave. have been greatly exsagrated.

The lauger house did not close but it to have new owners as former owner of Ann Arbor P.J.'s Used Records and bookstore owner George Kelly broght the club that have been a under ground haven for indie rock fans all over and no it is not going to be a jazz club it still going to be home to indie rock and on some occasion with have diffence music in between.

and to celearbart there are hosting what they asking this question "How dose resurrection really feels"?, they will hosttwo night of gigs on night one on Friday the first new bands under new ownership will be the ann arbor band Porchsleeper as well with the wonderfull Folk rock bands Great Lakes Myth Society and the best new band that you have never hear of the one and only Deastro.

and on saturday night there will be a Hollween show with Garage Punk bad "The Sillies", there are the only bands on the line-up but there be more just check the laguer houer web sight at or there my space site at, and if you want to know The Lager House is Still locate at 1254 Michigan Ave. Between Brooklin and the Lodge Freeway and about a couple of block from the new MGM Grand Cansino and hotel on the western edge of Downtown.

Meanwheild in Ann Arbor, Hometown Powerpop heros Saturday Looks Good to Me return for a hometown show to celeabert the released of the brand new album called "Filled the room" a lot have change since there last album the 2004 "EVERY NIGHT", 1st a couple of key members of the band have move out of detroit including front man Fred Thomas who move to the Indie hub bud of Portland, Oregan and lovely vocalist Betted marie barns move to chicago, but the majoried of the band still live in the city where the unisbeisty of Michigan.

there 4th album which on K Records[The Last two was on Polyvinyl Records]contiuned with there sweet experimental indie pop with the brilant songwriting of thomas and the great sonuding vocaical between him and Barns and wonderful music to boot, the show beging at 9 P.M. with Mason Proper and Canada opening up.

On Saturday at the magic stick it will be like Halloween it will be Zombie Dance Party 4 it detroit rock city version of night of the living dead. the event which is put on by Serenity Court Care Gulfinson and grande nationals bassist Scotty Hagan who also co-owned the BellyAche candy Shopp, the event celeabeat the spook and kooks of halloween with music, costuem, make up,candy and the sickest thing of all if you go out on a date Dinner.

Playing at this year dance party will be 3-D invisibles,The Hentchmen, Troy Gregory and the Stepsisters, Snakeout, The Deadbodies, The Dewtons, not only that it will also serve as the C.D. released party for "The Ghoul's Delight Halloween CD" which is on BellyAche Records, the 2 disc, 31 songs halloween collection feather the delights of The Muldoons, Eons, Serenity Court, The Koffin Kats, The Drinking Problem, Scarlet Oaks, Beggars, Fortune & Maltese and the Phabulous Pallbearers, Ghost City, The Eugene Strobe, The Amano Acids, Aran Ruth, Battling Siki, Dutch Pink and The Pizazz.

and if you dont have a costume for five dollas more Get Zombified in THE ZOMBINATOR! i dont know what it is but if you pay the 5 bucks you know what it is

and yes if i did not for get candy lots of lot of candy coursty of the BellyAche candy Shopp, the doors open at 9 PM with the 1st bands beging at 9:30 PM

also down the road on woodward in downtown will be two shows with there die hard fans 1st at the Fox Theater will be the alway wonderful and always pretty preson who made paino indie pop cool and hip, the one and only Tori Amos it have been almost 18 years since her breakout debut Little Earthquakes which feather "Silent All These Years" and "Crucify" and have been a fans fave for almost 18 year and also have been a fans fave because of her live act which what i been told memmerizing.

She is on tour to surrport her newiest released her 9th album "American Doll Posse" which was released back in May, the show beging at 8 p.m.

also next door at the theater formally know as the State theater will be the Pennsylvania base rock band that still going stong with a new generating of indie kids it "Ween", the band just this week released there 11th album "La Cucaracha" the show beging at 8 PM as well

and a couple of short gig notes the Belmont Bar in Hamtramck is celeabateing there 4th birthday with a pair of shwocase gig with Grayling, Blue Song, Noman & Julie Nager playing on Friday and Cetan Clawson, Hat Madder,Suede Bros, RunRunRun playing on Saturday

The Muggs played there 1st live gig on AMerican Next rock band tonight on FOX at 8

An Wayne state is playing Northwood at Tom Adams Fields at noon and hopeing for back to back win for the 1st this season, the record if you want to know is 3-5

Also this weekend:


Saosin - Saint Andrews Hall
Superdot - Small
Tom Paxton & Joel Mabus - The Ark [Ann Arbor]
Bohemian National Home
The Vizitors - Bohemian National Home
Friday - Final Friday Funk Series special benefit for the family of Danny Harris (The Blackman)- Bohemian National Home
Nightmare on Woodward Featuring: Kenneth Thomas, DJ Dayhota & Shawn Michaels - The Fillmore Detroit


LOTUS - Crofoot Ballrom
The Annual Halloweenhavoc - Saint Andrews Hall
Lou & Peter Berryman - The Ark [Ann Arbor]
Halloween Party: Yellow Swans, BMG - Bohemian National Home
Pat Monahan of Train with I Nine - Royal Oak Music Theater


XIREN - Maigic Bag
Rodrigo y Gabriela - Saint Andrews Hall
The Bang! - Blind Pig
Issa (formerly Jane Siberry) & Adrienne Pierce - The Ark [Ann Arbor]
Kelly Clarkson with Jon McLaughlin - The Fillmore Detroit

So that is the week end have a nice weekend and what every you do dont heckle the prefromer or worst you may be escorted by Bill Maher

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

New Music Tuesday

WEEK 43[2007]
OCTOBER 23,2007

Tuesday, October 23 and on this day in 57 years ago Singer Al Jolson pass away at age 66, altought most people have never hears of him because he was one of the early american singer in the early 20th center but was a pinnor in the movie as well he made one of the first early Talking film as he stared in the "The Jazz Singer" but for us who grown up in the 80's where stuck with the 1980 Neil Diamond versions.

Happy Birthday to Soccer Great Pelé [67], Taiwanese-born director Ang Lee [63], Detroit born Film Director Sam Raimi [59], and host of everybody fave summer TV guilty pleaser "So you can think you Can Dance" Cat Deeley She a Lovley 31 but she have to save a Birthday with the one and only "Weird Al" Yankovic that man who made karyoke Classic like and turn them into easy to listen to fun rock he 48.

And did i tell you he put on a Epic show at Comerica City Fest this year.

Here Hoping you get a Epic New Released because today is the day for the best new music from the only music that Matters Because today is Tuesday and It Now time For

The Most important music that matters:

- Ryan Adams & the Cardinals - Follow the Lights (EP; Lost Highway)
- Babyshambles - Shotter's Nation (limited edition comes with DVD; Astralwerks)

- The Besnard Lakes - Vol. 1 (Jagjaguwar)
- Coheed and Cambria - No World for Tomorrow (Columbia)

- Dave Gahan - Hourglass (also available with bonus DVD; Mute/Virgin)

- Heart - Dreamboat Annie - Legendary Albums Live (Shout! Factory)
- Holy F--- - LP (Young Turks)

- I Like Trains - Elegies to Lessons Learnt (Beggars)
- Robert Plant and Alison Krauss - Raising Sand (Rounder)

- Prefuse 73 - Preparations (two CDs; Warp)

- The Redwalls - The Redwalls (Mad Dragon)

- Say Anything - In Defense of the Genre (two CDs; J)
- The Temptations - Back to Front (New Door/ UMe)
- Tunng - Comments of the Inner Chorus (Thrill Jockey)
- Ween - La Cucaracha (Rounder)
- West Indian Girl - 4th & Wall (Milan)
- Neil Young - Chrome Dreams II (collector's edition comes with DVD; Reprise)

The Other New Releases:

- 180 G'S - 180 D'Gs To The Future!: The Music Of Negativland As Performed By The 180-Gs (Seeland)
- Tom Brosseau - Cavalier (Fat Cat)
- Carbon/Silicon - The Last Post (Caroline)
- Castanets - In the Vines (Asthmatic Kitty)
- Einstürzende Neubauten - Alles Wieder Offen (Potomac/Ryko)
- The Forms - The Forms (Threespheres)
- Ghost - Overture: Live in Nippon Yusen Soko (with DVD; Drag City)
- Daniel Higgs - Metempsychotic Melodies (Holy Mountain)
- Jesu - Lifeline (EP; Hydra Head)
- The New Rivals - The New Rivals (SoBe)
- Oscar G - Nervous Nitelife: Space Miami (Nervous)
- The Owls - Daughters and Suns (two CDs; Magic Marker)
- Phosphorescent - Pride (Dead Oceans)
- Power Pill Fist - Kongmanivong (digipak; Graveface)
- Scotland Yard Gospel Choir - Scotland Yard Gospel Choir (Bloodshot)

- Soft - Gone Faded (Academy Fight Songs)

- Subtle - Yell & Ice (Lex)
- These Are Powers - Terrific Seasons (Hoss)
- Toolroom Knights - Mixed by Gabriel & Dresden (Toolroom)
- Tullycraft - Every Scene Needs a Center (Magic Marker)

- The Warlocks - Heavy Deavy Skull Lover (Tee Pee)

Notable Reissues and Archival Material:

- Black Dice - Load Blown (EP; Paw Tracks)
- Black Moth Super Rainbow - Falling Through a Field and Starting a People (digipaks; Graveface/ 70's Gymnastics Recording Co.)
- Can - Anthology (two CDs; Mute) [Buy Now]
- Karen Dalton - Cotton Eyed Joe: The Loop Tapes - Live in Boulder 1962 (two CDs and one DVD; Delmore)
- John Mellencamp - 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection (Island/UMe)
- The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion - Jukebox Explosion (In the Red)
- T. Rex - Electric Jewels (Get Back)
- Paul Oakenfold - Greatest Hits & Remixes (two CDs; Ultra)
- Of Montreal - If He Is Protecting Our Nation ... Who Is Protecting Big Oil, Our Children? (EP; Polyvinyl)

Music DVDs:

- Heart - "Dreamboat Annie - Legendary Albums Live" (Shout! Factory)
- Yusuf Islam - "Yusuf's Café Session" (Hip-O)
- Negativland - "Our Favorite Things" (Other Cinema)
- Ringo Starr - "Ringo Starr Live at Soundstage" (Koch)

Digital Releases:

- Leigh Marble - Red Tornado (Laughing Stock)
- Arthur Russell - Four Songs by Arthur Russell (EP; Beggars Banquet)


- Various artists - Free Yr Radio (Free Yr Radio/ Urban Outfitters; available through UO stores only)
- Various artists - Steve Aoki: Pillowface and His Airplane Chronicles (Thrive)
- Various artists - Worried Noodles (two-CD box set with book by David Shrigley; Tomlab)


"Saw IV"(Artists' Addiction)
"Barbie as the Island Princess"(Koch)

Local Released:

- Blanche - Little Amber Bottles (Original Signal)

- Saturday Looks Good to Me - Fill Up the Room (K)
- Stare Into the Sun - Whispers Turn to Howls (Reformer)

Chrismas Released:

- Jacob Miller and Ray I - Natty Christmas (VP)
- Relient K - Let It Snow Baby ... Let It Reindeer (Capitol)
- Jon Secada - A Christmas Fiesta (Big3)
- Tamia - Between Friends/ A Gift Between Friends (two CDs; Plus 1 Llc)
- Various artists - The Christmas Spirit: The World's Favourite Hymns and Carols (two CDs; Decca)
- Various artists - A Holly Jolly Kids Christmas (Hip-O)

And For my Lovly Friend Suzy

- Mötley Crüe - Carnival of Sins Live (two CDs; Eleven Seven)

TV on DVD:

- American Gangster - The Complete 1st Season
- Aquaman - The Adventures Of: The Complete Collection
- The Company (mini-series)
- Hamish Macbeth - Season 3
- I Love Lucy - The Complete Series
- Jupiter Moon - Set 1: New Frontier
- The L Word - The Complete 4th Season
- Mind of Mencia - The Complete 3rd Season Uncensored
- Monarch of the Glen - Series 7
- Monarch of the Glen - The Complete Collection
- NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service - The Complete 4th Season
- Route 66 - Season 1, Volume 1
- Ruth Rendell Mysteries - Set 2
- The Sea Hunters - Set 1
- The Sopranos - Season 6 - Part 2 (on HD-DVD or Blu-ray)
- Super Powers Team: The Galactic Guardians - The Complete Series
- Tales from the Crypt - The Complete 7th Season
- Veronica Mars - The Complete 3rd Season
- Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea - Season 3, Vol 2
- The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles - Volume 1

Monday, October 22, 2007

The Culture City Poll

Now here something i have been thinking for a little wheid since Blogger [Started putting this as part of there main sight] a little Culture City Poll.

And almost all day today depending if you go out or not have been Detroit Own muggs begin on the Fox Reality show "The Next Great American Band", It is mostly Battle of the band meet America Idols now all the Detroit base blog was happy to See Danny, Tony and Matt all in the National Spotlight and they move on to the live show next Friday.

If you read my early post [that took over 90 minutes to wirte today] i did some love to the LA Powerpop all Girl band ROCKET and some love to the Chicago Poperpop emo band Dot,Dot,Dot.

But From almost all the local blog i read There was giving the love to The Muggs and at the same time Ripping the Whole show over mostly over the band and the music which was total crap and worst how this show is no Americas Idols.

So i Put a Poll that will stay open Before the Next show which is on Friday at 8 PM on FOX, But before i put the question here are the Three Bands from the show 1st from the show and a song from there live set.

The Muggs

From The Show

Live Set


From The Show

Live Set


From The Show

Live Set

So taking the pulse of all Culture City
Out of the three band that i give some love

Which is the better Band

- The Muggs
- Dot,Dot,Dot
- Some Other Band on the show
- Hey Countdown is on Friday at 8 PM on MSNBC

I will Be Open until 7:30 on Friday

My ReVIew of The Next Great American Band with the Muggs in it

I Hoped you have a good weekend i know i did with the run to the book Store to buy the NME with Radiohead on the cover and nothing much expect fanesty Football and the lions winning over the Tampa Bay Bucs 23-16 to go to 4-2 going to next week big game against the Defending NFC Champs Chicago Bears.

But i want to talk about the Premier of "The Next Great American Band" which aired on Fox on Friday now i was going to called Small's in Hamtramck to see if there was a crowd there, but my mom was on the phone so if was fought and i have little time because i was out fo the house for a little bit.

Now this show was buzz about here in the Detroit area because our owned "the Muggs" were on the show and with the word that they were in the top 12 on the show but it was not confirm by FOX or anyone, but as you know word go around fast.

The Muggs where part of a These up in the show intro in the first few minutes and was thes up aging before the second half of the show[9 P.M.] and thanks to this clip on the you tube they appeared at 9:02 PM:

Now for any of you outside the 313 who read my blog sight want moan and groin about it, I am here to tell you it a real legit story and yes it really did happened as it said on the video back in 2001 "The Muggs" was one fo the New Bands just before the Gardge rock revial here playing the scene and in Mid 2001 there bass player Tony DeNardo [AKA Tony Muggs in the Scene] Stuffer a near Fatly Storke which paralyzed the right side of his body and left him not talking.

The Other two member of the band guitarist Dan Methric and drummer Matt Rost put the band on Hold for about two years as Tony when to intest physical therapy and support from Friend and Family and Fan Alike Tony got better in the two years since the stoke, Now the Muggs resume there career as a band in 2003 and because of the stoke Tony could not used the bass Gitars so the band start useing a Fender Rhodes keyboard so Tony Used his left hand with his Left hand.

I have got to see the Muggs in Over a Half a Dozen times in the Detroit and i got to tell you there are a great band and it was really great to see them on a national Stage on TV and i thought they play a great song that will as Jonny Resneck on the Goo Goo Dolls would wake any one up.

Now i was hoping to review the Crowd reaction at Small's Bar in Hamtramck but i was hammper but the timming issued, But According to Detroit News Local Music Writer Melody Baetens on the Entertainment Blog on
[Link Here] the Crowd at Small's was glued to the big screen, nobody even touched the jukebox until the entire episode was over, Over at there home bar Cadieux Cafe in Detroit East Side, Follow blogger Diana McNary said every time the Muggs were shown on screen the crowd the whole bar exploded in cheers, Whled back in Hamtramck at the Belmont a handful of people watch the show and told Melody Baetens
that never seen the muggs live but where the best bands in the show.

Other than "The Muggs" and two other bands, I thought the Show was a major disappointment, this show is from the same persons from that show that i will never cover "America Idols", and it take the very same format and put it to in a Diffencec Format and that is a Rock band competition.

the whole show was giving the setting was too cut and Paste and too boring giving the band they showed and honest most of the bands on that show did not excited me or got my insert to go on my space to be on there Friends list and got to tell you where did they get the bands for the show because most of the bands on the show was total crap anyway.

and one more thing for anybody programing a talent competition stop copying the the Simon,Paula, and Randy Format it is getting to bland and to overused, 1st the head Judge Ian Dickson [Who gose by Dick-o]i was wondering have he every listen to real music, Proable not, the two other Judges Sheila E.[The Kind one], Johnny Rziznik[Season pro]are so bland it just like listening to a new record and telling them there new CD stuck after 6 Monts of work putting together.

But there is on thing i can releated to when Ian Dickson was force to lister to about Five or six bad band in a row he walk out for a little wheld, now when i do New Music Tuesday [The Post about new Music that i do every Tuesday on this blog sight] i force to go on there myspace page to here the band that i have never here before and if i listen or stop at a band who music i dont follow like Jazz, R and B or Country i do get nut for a Whelid.

There was a few bands that i did like Other then the Muggs, i did like the Surband L.A. all female band ROCKET. Now to tell you the thuth before any one hear of this show i was a fan of this band via Myspace they send me a my space invited and before i join there friend list i listen to there powerpop rock and i really like them so it good they got some love.

and one other band i also like is the Chicago base Dot,Dot,Dot it sort of like Indie pop meet OK Emo, and they remind me a little bit of the LA Band 'Shiney Toys Guns" with a little midwesten Edge

Both Band Made the Final 12 bands for the live show and yes even our Muggs also made the Final 12 as well as the Detroit Rock City will vote them in beging this Friday at 8 PM i know all of Detroit will be watching but the big question will everybody be watching the rating for the 1st show was not hopeful it finish 5th in total viewers and was 4th in the 18-49 Demo so it not a good sing of the show.

But if you want to watch in On Next Friday at 8 PM on FOX[WJBK, FOX-2 - Detroit]and if i am home on Friday or out on Friday Watching the Show i post a post with a Phone Number or a link to the show.

The Weekly Gig Gudie For October 22nd to October 28th




Bright Eyes - The Tonight Show with Jay Leno - NBC[From Sept. 26]


Feist [in-studio] -The Today Show [9 AM Hour] - NBC
Editors - The Tonight Show with Jay Leno - NBC[From Sept. 21]


Flight Of The Conchords - Late Night with Conan O'Brien - NBC[From June 19th]


Chris Cornell - The Tonight Show with Jay Leno - NBC[From Sept. 19th]
Interpol - Jimmy Kimmel Live - ABC
Mooney Suzuki - Late Night with Conan O'Brien - NBC[From June 21st]
Peter Bjorn and John - Last Call with Carson Daly - NBC[From Sept. 20th]


Cary Brothers - LATE LATE SHOW - CBS
Rooney - Late Night with Conan O'Brien - NBC[From June 22nd]
Ingrid Michaelson - Last Call with Carson Daly - NBC[From Sept. 21th]


Spoon - Saturday Night Live - NBC[From Oct. 6th]

Also On T.V.

The Henry Rollins Show - Billy Bragg - IFC
Tribute to Bluesman Jimmy Reed - Austin City Limits - 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

Huw Stephens In New Music We Trust
The Best of BBC Introducing [Best New UK Bands]
Wednesday 4 PM EST

Zane Lowe
Weekday From 2 to 4 PM EST

BBC Introducing in the Nations
Wednesday 7 to 9 PM EST

This Week
UK - Electric Proms Special

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
New Young Pony Club

Radio 2

Radcliffe and Maconie
Monday and Tuesday - 3 to 5 PM EDT

Tuesday - Karen Krizanovich
Wednesday - The Handsome Family interview
Thursday - Sir Paul McCartney


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

This Week - Mary Weiss

BBC 6 Music

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

Monday and Tuesday - It's Alive! BBC Sessions
Wednesday - John Peel - Desert Island Discs(starts at 4:00 PM)
Thursday - Keith Moon Radio Show

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

Monday - Johnnie and The Eagles 2
Tuesday - Classic Albums - Joshua Tree
Wednesday - Classic Albums - Led Zep IV
Thursday - Classic Albums - Ogden's Nut Gone Flake
Friday - Classic Albums - Hysteria

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

Gideon Coe
Weekday from 5 to 8 AM EST

Queens of Noize
Saturday 7 PM EST

Thus Week - BBC Electric Proms show.

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

Monday - Fryars
Tuesday - Fortune Drive
This Week Sessions - Oceansize

XFM - London

Music: Response
Monday to Thursday
From 2 PM to 5 PM EST

Tuesday - Mexicolas
Thursday - The Courteeners

Monday to Thursday from 5 PM to 8 PM

Monday - Jeffrey Lewis - Artist In Residence **Live From In The City**
Tuesday - Amiina - One Night Stand
Wednesday - Songs Of Green Pheasant, One Night Stand / Alice Mclaughlin - Live Studio Guest
Thursday - The Heavy - One Night Stand / Adele ? Live Studio Guest

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

Monday - The Go! Team
Tuesday - The Fiery Furnaces
Wednesday - Sia
Friday - Caribou
all live set are in PST, Three Hours behind EST


Pinback - 4:00pm Live Lounge

Wednesday - Avec - 3:30pm

World Café
WeekDay From 2 to 4 PM EDT

Monday - Feist
Tuesday - Scott Matthews

Free At Noon
Friday at Noon
[also at]

This Week - Nellie McKay

Satulitte Radio


Left of Center (Ch.26)

Left of Sessions
Wednesdays 9 pm
Rebroadcast Fridays noon ET

This Week – Okkervil River (with older sessions from Simple Kid, Regina Spektor)

XM Radio

XMX Mondays: Artist Confidential - KT Tunstall
Alll Day Long on Monday - XMX -XM2
Spotlighting one artist per episode, XM's George Taylor Morris sits down with the most important and timeless names in music for revealing and candid one-on-one interviews, live music, audience participation, and intelligent conversation. And this week, fresh off the plane from England, KT Tunstall, joins a crazed house of her followers at the XM Performance Theater! All day long on XMX, it's a stunning set of her music and an engaging discussion on her past, present and future.

The Loft Sessions: Abra Moore
Monday - Noon ET - The Loft - XM 50

you reberber Abra Moore Do you

LiVE @ The Verge: C'Mon
Wednesday - 6PM ET - The Verge - XM 52

Artist Confidential: Perry Farrell
Thursday - 10PM ET - Ethel - XM 47

Studio 2: Alternative/Indie Rock from the XM Performance Theater
All Day Saturday - XMX - XM 2

XMU Live at Vegoose
Sunday - Noon-Midnight ET - XMX - XM 2
Sunday - Noon-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 Cadillac



Monday - IAMX


The Crofoot[1 South Saginaw, Pontiac, MI]

Tuesday - DAVID BAZAN of PEDRO THE LION [Pike Room]
Thursday - THE THERMALS [the Eagle Theater]
Saturday - LOTUS [Crofoot Ballrom]
Sunday - DIVISION DAY [Pike Room]

Maigic Bag

Sunday - XIREN

Lager House

Friday - Porchsleeper wsg Great Lakes Myth Society / Deastro
Saturday - The Sillies Halloween Party!

Saint Andrews Hall

Wednesday - Little Brother
Friday - Saosin
Saturday - The Annual Halloweenhavoc
Sunday - Rodrigo y Gabriela


Monday - Architecture in Helsinke w/ Glass Candy, and Panther
Thursday - Del the Funky Homosapien & Devin the Dude, Junk Science feat. Iller Than Theirs
Wednesday - The Hard Lessons w/ Will Hoge, and Flatfoot
Thursday - Todd Deatherage w/ Brandon Wiard, The Quiet Life, and The New Green
Friday - Saturday Looks Good to Me w/ Mason Proper, and Canada
Saturday - The Bang!

The Belmont

Saturday and Sunday

Belmont 4th Anniversary Weekend with

Friday - Grayling, Blue Song, Noman & Julie Nager! @ Belmont
Saturday - Cetan Clawson, Hat Madder,Suede Bros, RunRunRun


Friday - Superdot

The Ark [Ann Arbor]

Monday - Mary Black
Tuesday and Wednesday - Arlo Guthrie: Solo Reunion Tour - Together At Last
[Tuesday Show Sold Out]
Thursday - Erin McKeown
Friday - Tom Paxton & Joel Mabus
Saturday - Lou & Peter Berryman
Sunday - Issa (formerly Jane Siberry) & Adrienne Pierce

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

Wednesday - usaisamonster
Thursday - I, Crime, Casey Neil and The Norway Rats, Scarlet Oaks
Friday - The Vizitors
Friday - Final Friday Funk Series special benefit for the family of Danny Harris (The Blackman)
Detroit's best funk and soul DJ's join forces to benefit the family of noted Detroit DJ/performer The Blackman, who recently lost his son to a car accident. Come show that Detroit takes care of its own!
Saturday - Halloween Party: Yellow Swans, BMG and more
Psychedilc improv on electronics and guitar from the Portland, OR based Yellow Swans, followed by Detroit's dance floor guru BMG.

The Fillmore Detroit (formerly State Theatre)

Tuesday - The Vultures of Culture: Queens of the Stone Age with Black Angels & Biffy Clyro
Thursday - Myspace Music Tour featuring: Hellogoodbye & Say Anything with Polysics
Friday - Nightmare on Woodward Featuring: Kenneth Thomas, DJ Dayhota & Shawn Michaels More Info Coming Soon
Saturday - Ween
Sunday - Kelly Clarkson with Jon McLaughlin

Michigan Theatre
Royal Oak Music Theater

Tuesday - H.I.M. with Bleeding Through
Saturday - Pat Monahan of Train with I Nine

Fox Theatre

Saturday - Tori Amos

The Palace of Auburn Hills

Monday - Van Halen

The List for the Week ending October 20th

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


1) Wolfbait – Broadsword
2) Easy Action – Dead Of Night
3) Diegrinder – Ballslide
4) Frijid Pink – Drivin Blues
5) Matt Ratza – Too Late Now
6) The Dead Bodies – Pink Muff Dance Party Vampire Resolve
7) Kocho Bi-Sexual – Magic
8) Gypsy Strings Of Detroit – Dark Eyes
9) Koffin Kats – Demon Demon
10) Malpractice – Unheard Voices
11) Nuke & The Living Dead – Drunk On Formaldehyde
12) Overloaded – Cyclone
13) Seduce – Streets
14) The Hotwalls – The Killing
15) The Muggs – Doc Mode
16) The Dirtbombs – Here Comes That Sound Again
17) Mike Elgert – I Know You’re A Thief Now
18) The Pizazz – Zombie Lullaby
19) Chad Roberts – Jack-O-Lanterns
20) Mazinga – Hard Wheel
21) The Romantics – What I Like About You
22) The Go – You Go Bangin’ On
23) The Hentchmen – LeSabre Radar
24) The Muldoons – Red And Black
25) The Beggars – Gold (My Neck It’ll Hang Around)
26) Friends Of Dennis Wilson – Life’s Good Sometimes
27) Esquire – Spin The Bottle
28) Noman – The Anticipation Of Bullets On Thursday
29) The Hadituptoheres – Interesting X-Rays
30) Electric Six – When I Get To The Green Building
31) Electric Six – Riding On The White Train
32) Almighty Lumberjacks Of Death – Motor City Trick Or Treat

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

Playlist for October 18th


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

PlayList for October 13

1. radiohead - weird fishes/appregio
2. radiohead - jigsaw falling into place
3. cooper temple clause - sleeping in a different room
4. young knives - terra firma
5. we start fires - play you
6. new young pony club - f.a.n.
7. soho dolls - right & right again
8. the holloways - happiness and penniless
9. hard fi - can't get along (without you)
10. ordinary boys - boys will be boys
11. bedouin soundclash - until we burn in the sun (the kids just want a love song)
12. madness feat sway & baby - blue sorry
13. citywide vacuum - much too jung
14. feist - my moon my man (boys noize remix)
15. lp session 1 - milburn "these are the facts"
- lo + behold
- cowboys & indians
- summertime
- count to 10
16. the pipettes - dance and boogie
17. the pipettes - baby, just be yourself
18. andy lewis & paul weller - are you trying to be lonely?
19. james taylor quartet - function at the junction
20. plastiscines - pop in, pop out!
21. babyshambles - unbilotitled
22. fire engines - get up and use me
23. the ads - autopilot
24. shallow call - frank bruno
25. lp session 2 - alterkicks "do everything i taught you"
- my downfall
- wait until the ice breaks
- ballad of silver ribbons
26. strange idols - she going to let you down again
27. those dancing days - hitten
28. dragonette - another day
29. british sea power - down on the ground
30. athlete - tokyo

Aural Bliss
Every Sunday at 10 PM EST

Play List for October 14th

1. dead can dance - the carnival is over
2. bjork - i see who you are
3. brittle stars - souvenir
4. film school - two kinds
5. honeydrips - trying something new
6. beck - heaven hammer
7. club 8 - the boy who couldn't stop dreaming
8. daniel land & the modern painters - locust
9. cowboy junkies - angel mine
10. natalie walker - quicksand
11. crustation - down down
12. orbital - one perfect sunrise
13. fauxliage - all the world
14. blue foundation - watch you sleeping
15. cocteau twins - frou frou foxes in midsummer fires
16. ruth-ann boyle - beautiful
17. iLikETRAiNS - the deception
18. asobi seksu - stay awake
19. manual - marbella
20. autumns - only young
21. hooverphonic - expedition impossible
22. dave gahan - kingdom
23. ambra red - beauty 606
24. cinematic orchestra - to build a home
25. rosie thomas - farewell

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

Playlist for October 15th

1. Morrissey – How Soon Is Now?
2. Morrissey – First of the Gang To Die
3. Morrissey – November Spawned A Monster
4. Morrissey – Don’t Make Fun of Daddy’s Voice
5. Morrissey – Bigmouth Strikes Again
6. Oasis – Lord Don’t Slow Me Down
7. The Jesus and Mary Chain – Upside Down
8. Kings of Leon – On Call
9. The Feeling – Love It When You Call
10. Hole – Season of the Witch
11. Blood Red Shoes – It’s Getting Boring By the Sea
12. Aroma Blue – I Miss London
13. Kate Nash – Caroline’s A Victim
14. Shonen Knife – Rain
15. The Young Werewolves – Hollywood
16. Down By Law – London
17. The Sunshine – Hollywood
18. The Business - Panic
19. The Young Werewolves – Cheatin’ the Devil
20. The Bastard Fairies – A Venomous Tale
21. Tiny Masters of Today – Hologram World
22. The Donnas – Don’t Wait Up For Me
23. The Pipettes – Your Kisses Are Wasted On Me
24. Buck Brothers – Girls, Skirts, Boots, Bikes
25. Scouting For Girls – James Bond
26. Toy Dolls – James Bond Lives Down Our Street
27. The Selector – James Bond
28. Siouxsie – About To Happen
29. Snake River Conspiracy – How Soon Is Now
30. Bow Wow Wow – I Started Something I Couldn’t Finish
31. Siouxsie – They Follow You
32. The National – Apartment Story
33. The Brunettes – Stereo (Mono Mono)
34. The Bird and the Bee – So You Say
35. Hard-Fi – Television
36. The Cribs – Men’s Needs (Live from London)
37. Bat For Lashes – What’s A Girl to Do?
38. The Pipettes – It Hurts To See You Dance So Well
39. The Donnas – Better Off Dancing
40. Kovak – I Love the DanceFloor
41. Siouxsie – Here Comes That Day
42. Monsters Are Waiting – Monsters
43. Nina Hagen – Flying Saucers
44. The Automatics – British Beat
45. Oasis – Lord Don’t Slow Me Down Top 20 Album
as of 10/20/07

1 - Super Furry Animals - Into The Night
2 - Robert Plant & Alison Krauss - Rich Woman
3 - Robert Pollard - Rud Fins
4 - Travels - Sixty Five And Sunny
5 - Small Sins - I Need A Friend
6 - Kenna - Daylight
7 - Matt Pond PA - It's Not So Bad At All
8 - Robert Plant & Alison Krauss - Gone Gone Gone
9 - Coyote Bones - Living Breathing Demons
10 - Les Savy Fav - Patty Lee
11 - Shout Out Louds - Tonight I Have To Leave It
12 - Sondre Lerche & Regina Spektor - Hell No
13 - Beirut - A Sunday Smile
14 - Mobius Band - Tie A Tie
15 - Yo La Tengo - Blue Line Swinger
16 - Hot Chip - Boy From School
17 - M.I.A. - Bamboo Banga
18 - Asobi Seksu - Stay Awake
19 - Matt Pond PA - Basement Parties
20 - Black Francis - Threshold Apprehension Top 20 Albums and Other
Oct 5 - Oct 11

1. Radiohead - In Rainbows (self-released)
2. M.I.A. - Kala (Interscope)
3. (Various) - Live at KEXP Volume Three (KEXP)
4. The Cave Singers - Invitation Songs (Matador)
5. Beirut - The Flying Club Cup (Ba Da Bing)
6. The Valley - The Valley (self-released)
7. Simian Mobile Disco - Attack Decay Sustain Release (Interscope)
8. Galactic - From the Corner to the Block (Anti-)
9. Band of Horses - Cease to Begin (Sub Pop)
10. Pinback - Autumn of the Seraphs (Touch and Go)
11. Les Savy Fav - Let's Stay Friends (Frenchkiss)
12. Iron and Wine - The Shepherd's Dog (Sub Pop)
13. Jens Lekman - Night Falls Over Kortedala (Secretly Canadian)
14. Grayskul - Bloody Radio (Rhymesayers)
15. The Go! Team - Proof of Youth (Sub Pop)
16. PJ Harvey - White Chalk (Island)
17. Jose Gonzalez - In Our Nature (Mute)
18. The New Pornographers - Challengers (Matador)
19. Devendra Banhart - Smokey Rolls Down Thunder Canyon (XL)
20. Feral Children - Second to the Last Frontier (Buffalo Shoe)
21. Kinski - Down Below It's Chaos (Sub Pop)
22. Bettye LaVette - The Scene of the Crime (Anti-)
23. Imperial Teen - The Hair the TV the Baby the Band (Merge)
24. The Fiery Furnaces - Widow City (Drag City)
25. Animal Collective - Strawberry Jam (Domino)
26. Black Francis - Bluefinger (Cooking Vinyl)
27. Caribou - Andorra (Merge)
28. Thurston Moore - Trees Outside the Academy (Ecstatic Peace!)
29. Black Lips - Good Bad Not Evil (Vice)
30. Modeselektor - Happy Birthday! (Bpitch Control)
31. Whalebones - Morning Man EP (self-released)
32. Minus the Bear - Planet of Ice (Suicide Squeeze)
33. Aesop Rock - None Shall Pass (Definitive Jux)
34. Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings - 100 Days, 100 Nights (Daptone)
35. Film School - Hideout (Beggars Banquet)
36. Matt Pond PA - Last Light (Altitude)
37. Coconut Coolouts - Party Time Machine (Haunted Horse)
38. Siberian - With Me (Sonic Boom)
39. Tullycraft - Every Scene Needs a Center (Magic Marker)
40. Celebration - The Modern Tribe (4AD)
41. Red Collar - The Hands Up EP (Power Team)
42. The Voom Blooms - Nine Ships EP (self-released)
43. Heavy Trash - Going Way Out With Heavy Trash (Yep Roc)
44. Stars - In Our Bedroom After the War (Arts & Crafts)
45. Kanye West - Graduation (Roc-A-Fella)
46. Police Teeth - Jazz Records for Sale (Blood City)
47. The Blakes - The Blakes (Light in the Attic)
48. Smile Brigade - Take the Precious Edge Off This Treacherous Ledge (Beep Repaired)
49. The Purrs - The Chemistry That Keep Us Together (self-released)
50. Ha Ha Tonka - Buckle in the Bible Belt (Bloodshot)
51. Georgie James - Places (Saddle Creek)
52. Numbers - Now You Are This (Kill Rock Stars)
53. Two Gallants - Two Gallants (Saddle Creek)
54. Los Mono - Somos Los Que Estamos (Sonic360)
55. Richard Hawley - Lady's Bridge (Mute)
56. Bat for Lashes - Fur and Gold (Caroline)
57. Sea Wolf - Leaves in the River (Dangerbird)
58. Figurines - When the Deer Wore Blue (The Control Group)
59. Shout Out Louds - Our Ill Wills (Merge)
60. Dolour - The Years in the Wilderness (Quince)
61. Kasey Anderson - The Reckoning (Terra Soul)
62. TacocaT - TacocaT (demo)
63. Vells - Integretron (Imputor?)
64. Daniel G. Harmann - Anthems from the Gentle War (Hello Tower Media)
65. Liars - Liars (Mute)
66. Federico Aubele - Panamericana (Eighteenth Street Lounge)
67. The Pipettes - We Are the Pipettes (Cherrytree/Interscope)
68. Kevin Drew - Spirit If (Arts & Crafts)
69. Funky C - Joya (Sonic360)
70. Deadstring Brothers - Silver Mountain (Bloodshot)
71. Akron/Family - Love is Simple (Young God)
72. Rogue Wave - Asleep at Heaven's Gate (Brushfire)
73. The Weakerthans - Reunion Tour (Anti-)
74. Underworld - Crocodile (Side One)
75. Okkervil River - The Stage Names (Jagjaguwar)
76. The Soulsavers - It's Not How Far You Fall, It's the Way You Land (V2 International)
77. Le Loup - The Throne of the Third Heaven of the Nations' Millennium General Assembly (Hardly Art)
78. Vampire Weekend - Vampire Weekend (self-released)
79. The National - Boxer (Beggars Banquet)
80. pleasureboaters - gross (Don't Stop Believin')
81. Junius - Junius (Radar/SAF)
82. Enon - Grass GeysersCarbon Clouds (Touch and Go)
83. Jamie T. - Panic Prevention (Caroline)
84. Rob Sonic - Sabotage Gigante (Definitive Jux)
85. His Name Is Alive - Xmmer (Silver Mountain)
86. Talib Kweli - Eardrum (Blacksmith/Warner Bros)
87. Oakley Hall - I'll Follow You (Merge)
88. Shape of Broad Minds - Craft of the Lost Art (Lex)
89. The Heavy - That Kind of Man (Counter)
90. Mum - Go Go Smear the Poison Ivy (Fatcat)

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.

Playlis for October 15th

The Cribs - 'Our Bovine Public' (Wichita)
Les Savvy Fav - 'What Would Wolves Do?' (Wichita)

Sky Larkin - 'Molten' (Dance To The Radio)

Headline Makers - Babyshambles

Elle Milano - 'My Brother, The Astronaut' (Brighton Electric)

Myscene - Manchester

Bloc Party - Flux (Wichita)

Cheeky Cheeky & The Nosebleeds In Session
Slow Hand
Give Me Your Hand

The Departure - '7 Years' (Parlophone)
James Owen Fender - 'Everyday' (Unsigned)

Final Five

Bethan Elfan
The Threatmantics - 'Sali Mali' (Ciwdod / AM Records)

Alternative Single Of The Week
Gallon Drunk - 'Grand Union Canal' (Fred Label)

Alternative Single Of The Week
People Of Santiago - 'Circles' (Stonefish Records)

Alternative Album Of The Week
Celebration - 'The Modern Tribe' (4AD)

King Jacks - 'Nothing Lasts Forever' (Basic Records)

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 From October 17th

1. Richard Hawley – ‘Serious’
Album – ‘Lady’s Bridge’

2. Ra Ra Riot – ‘Dying is Fine’

3. Shuman the Human - ‘Marlena’s Game

4. Sons and Daughters – ‘Gilt Complex’
New album on its way

5. Black Seeds – ‘Good People (Come Together)’
‘The Black Seeds EP’

6. Super Furry Animals – ‘Run Away’
Album – ‘Hey Venus’

7. Laura Groves - 'I Am Leaving

8. Frightened Rabbit – ‘Be Less Rude’
Album – ‘Sing The Greys’

9. The Hold Steady – Massive Night’
Album - ‘Boys and Girls in America’

10. Eugene McGuinness – ‘Bold Street’
‘Monsters Under My Bed’ EP

11. Laura Marling – New Romantic
My Manic and I EP

12. The Dynamics – ‘Seven Nation Army’
Double A-Sided single with a cover of 'Whole Lotta Love'

13. The Duke Spirit - 'Lasso'
'Ex-Voto EP'

14. The Pony Collaboration - 'Fast Lane'

15. The Dennis Hopper Choppers - 'Little Johnny'