Friday, October 03, 2008

Late to the Gig Gudie

Now i got a E-mail twice from the Lansing area ambient shoe gazing band
"Fields of Industry" and they ask me to let you know there are playing
a show tonight at the The Corktown Tavern in SW Detroit [1716 Michigan Ave.
b/w Trumbull St. & Rosa Parks Blvd., just near by what ever left of Old Tigers Stadiums]

there are part of a Hugh show of indie Noise Rocks tonight

playing this gig will be

Modernlull []
Brooklyn, NY slow/dynamite []
The Formention Fields of Industry []
and the Headlines Indian Guides []

the Cover is small it only $5 bucks
and the Doors Opening at 9 P.M.

the bands also send my some links which included a video
from from there New Album Two Dogs, A Television
called Point of Contention

Film Gudie Friday For the Weekend of October 3rd.

Editor Note: Last week for the 1st time in a long time[expect the 1st four months this year] i did not do a film guide Friday because i was not feeling it so to make up not doing it last week i put stuff from last week wide released in this week guide.

All description are From The Detroit Free Press and Yahoo Movies.

"Beverly Hills Chihuahua"[PG]

Drew Barrymore, Andy Garcia and others provide the voices for the dogs in this tale of a canine from the wrong side of the tracks in love with a pampered pooch from the 90210 ZIP code.

"Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist"[PG-13]

A chance encounter leads to an all-night quest to find a legendary band's secret show and ends up becoming a first date that could change two teens' lives.


A city is ravaged by an epidemic of blindness, and those afflicted are quarantined in an abandoned mental hospital, where social order breaks down. Julianne Moore stars.

"How to Lose Friends & Alienate People"[R]

A British writer struggles to fit in at a high-profile magazine in New York.

"An American Carol"[PG-13]

An anti-American filmmaker who's out to abolish the Fourth of July holiday is visited by three ghosts who try to change his perception of the country.

"Flash of Genius"[PG-13]

Detroiter Robert Kearns takes on the automakers who he claims stole his idea for the intermittent windshield wiper. Greg Kinnear stars.


Two friends hired to police a small town that is suffering under the rule of a rancher find their job complicated by the arrival of a young widow. Ed Harris and Viggo Mortensen star.


Satirist and talk-show host Bill Maher offers his take on the state of the world's religions. Rated R for language and sexual content.

Playing at the Maple Art in Bloomfield Hills

"Allah Made Me Funny"[NR]

Muslim comics hit the stage to offer their perspectives on life in the United States and post-9/11 stereotypes.

Still playing this week

Eagle Eye [PG-13]

Shia LaBeouf is forced to carry out the plans of a mysterious woman he has never met, but seems to know his every move

Nights in Rodanthe [PG-13]

Richard Gere and Diane Lane star as unhappy strangers who share a life-changing romance at a seaside North Carolina inn.

Fireproof [PG]

A firefighter reluctantly commits to a 40-day experiment he calls "The Love Dare" in an attempt to rescue his crumbling marriage.

Miracle at St. Anna [R]

Four soldiers from the army's Negro 92nd Division find themselves separated from their unit and behind enemy lines during WWII.

Choke [R]

A con-man regularly fakes choking in upscale restaurants, gets "saved," and collects checks from generous restaurant patrons.

SHowing this week at the DFT

(Canada/2007-directed by Guy Maddin)

Returning by popular demand, Canadian wunderkind Guy Maddin’s (Brand Upon the Brain!) joyously demented, visionary, brilliantly witty new work is a personal (and personally narrated) fever dream about young Guy’s childhood in the wintry wilds of the hometown of his memories. Magical, hilarious and deviously insightful, Maddin’s ruminations on the town that shaped his sensibilities result in a surprisingly sweet and utterly unique memoir. Maddin describes his mixture of documentary and surrealism as “docu-tasia,” yet no word can come close to describing this extraordinary filmmaker’s command of his medium – his ability to fashion films that appear to be long-lost artifacts from a movie history that never quite existed, but which speak comically – and eloquently – to our collective imaginations. (78 min.)


Friday - 9:30 PM
Saturday - 9:30 PM

(France/2007/directed by Claude Chabrol)

Claude Chabrol is France’s grand master of suspense. With nearly 60 feature films behind him, including Le Boucher and This Man Must Die, Chabrol returns triumphantly to the screen with this razor-sharp, darkly seductive social satire, filled with unforgettably nasty characters. Ludivine Sagnier (Swimming Pool) is an ambitious and beautiful TV weather girl, torn between her love for a jaded novelist several decades her senior and the attentions of the young heir to a pharmaceutical fortune – whose bizarrely unstable behavior becomes increasingly alarming. As the whims and demands of both men begin to take their toll, passions darken, and the stakes of this fiendishly entertaining tale lead inexorably to a shocking yet satisfying conclusion. New York, Venice and Toronto Film Festivals. (115 min.)

Friday - 7:00 PM
Saturday - 7:00 PM
Sunday - 4:00 PM

Playing at dicount theahers

Ratings from Rotten Tomatoes at

73% - WANTED (R)
52% - GET SMART (PG-13)
38% - HANCOCK (PG-13)
38 % - SWING VOTE(PG-13)[New]
20% - MEET DAVE (PG)
15% - MIRRORS(R)[New]
7% - BABYLON A.D.(PG-13)[New]

Opening up every where in wide released Next Week

Body of Lies (Wide)

Leonardo DiCaprio stars as a CIA operative who must form uneasy alliances to uncover a major terrorist leader operating in Jordan.

City of Ember (Wide)

Two teens race against time, searching for clues to unlock the ancient mystery that could save the people of the City of Ember.

The Express (Wide)

The true story of Ernie Davis, the Syracuse University running back who became the first black man to win the Heisman Trophy.

Quarantine (Wide)

A television news crew is trapped in a quarantined apartment building where something mysterious has infected residents.

Thursday, October 02, 2008

Live Local Twitter Tonight

And this time it not Dancing with the Stars
No really slow dancing here

tonight i am live local twitter what could be the best
VP Debate ever or wrost yet a blooper full evening of
What the heck he said or worst what is she is talking about

it Delaware Sen. Joe Biden and Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin
In the one and only VP Debate

and not only that it going to be live local twitter
event of gigantic proportion

i Be live Local twittering tonight at 8 PM to 11:30 PM
and it you look on the front page will put the video
up at 8 PM

you can find it at live Local twitter at:

It going to be a riot
and not only that somebody put Tina Fey
on Speed dial we may need her this Saturday night

Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Stolen Band Gear Alter

there have been a crime but this time it not a gear but a bus
and it involved a band i like with a local Connection

today i got a post from our friend Nick [who used to be in Back in Spade a few years ago] and is now touring the country with "the kills" [who released midnight boom this year.] well i got a post on the myspace message board that was first a Stolen gear alter.

So i contact Nick via my space and i got a update to put the follow post:

The Kills tour bus has been stolen!

Our bus and the drive​r have been missi​ng for 3 days now. Last seen at LAX[Los Angeles Airport] heade​d to Austi​n Texas​.[they play Austin City Limits Festival this Weekend]

The license plate reads 0305 EA and the plate is from Tennessee.

The band and and crew flew in to Austin Texas,​ the bus was suppo​sed to meet us at 9:00 AM 9/​28/​08.​ Still​ no word from the drive​r and no sign of the bus. Lucki​ly our gear is on the Raconteurs semi truck.

The bus description is: black​ with grey strip​es prevo​st with a big "Z" on the back,​ plate​ numbe​r 0305 EA Tenne​ssee.​ It has a "Z" for Ziggy's Customs bus company. That is also on the side in 5" letters.

The drive​rs name is Brian​ Berke​nkemp​er.

If you see it, please dial 911!!!
Also call 313-605-2505 (Nick the Kills guitar tech and stage manager)

Nick (The Kills)
Teresa (The Kills​)​


Now in a earil post some band gear may be stolen
i will do a follow up check tomorrow

Monday, September 29, 2008

Live Local Twitter on Now with SHow Four of DWTS

OK i am about ready to go with Live Local Twitter
on the third Dance show of "Dancing with the Stars"

you can read my instance reaction on the dance
the scores and more

and thank god it only one show this week
two shows with the result show was too long.

Breaking Culture News

The Von Bondies have Hound a Label
and will released the "Love, Hate, and Then There’s You"
on 2/03/09

Depending who you ask it was either a good day to be a Von Bondies fan
or if you are not a fan of the band a bad day to be a music fan

I got a press released on My Space message board where it was announced they have found a label for the long awaited Follow up to the 2004 album "Pawn Shoppe Heart", it was released on Sire Records in 2004 after that they was released from the Sire after that album, and then they made a follow up album "Love, Hate, and Then There’s You".

they have been shopping for a label since and they have not found a label for it until now, they have now been singed to the Music Imprint of Shout! Factory called "Majordomo Records!" and also announced that "Love, Hate, and Then There’s You" will get a full released on New Music Tuesday February 3, 2009

the album will was written by Front man Jason Stollsteimer and produce Produced by Rick Parker (BRMC), Peter Katis (Interpol), Sean O’Keefe (Hawthorne Heights) and Butch Walker (Hot Hot Heat).

To warm up to the released the band will released a limited-edition 7-inch single featuring the song “Pale Bride” and the non-album b-side “Falling In Love” will be released on November 18th that will be sold in a short tour that will included Detroit at the Crofoot on Halloween Night October 31st.

the Band have almost a total New line up since there last album, Both Guitarist Marcie Bolen[Now with Sliverghoest]and Bassist Carrie Ann Smith have left the group, the band is made up with lead singer Jason Stollsteimer, Drummer Don Blum,new bass player Leann Banks [Ghost City] and guitarist Christy Hunt.

Majordomo Records is the indie label imprint of the LA base Shout! Factory you know the one that released music catalog reissues, home video/DVD projects of movie and TV shows, there the third band sing to the label the other two are "The Airborne Toxic Event" there self title CD this year and indie fave Earlimart who released there new album Hymn and Her back in July.

Breaking Gig News

Palace of Auburn Hills:

December 13:
Oasis and Ryan Adams and the Cardinals

Oasis - Dig Out Your Soul - Out October 7
Ryan Adams and the Cardinals - Cardinology - Out October 28

It Look Like the boys pick the most unluckiest days in Detroit Music
to play a gig in Detroit

They will played Palace of Auburn Hills
on December 13 at the Palace with one time emeny of Jack White Ryan Adams with his backing band the Cardinals

No Ticket info on how much and when they will go on sale

Those Danceing preview days - Dance Show No.3

Tonight is the Third Dance show of season 7 of Dancing with the stars
and Now barring Breaking News i can write about before i turn off the Computer
for a few hours.

Now last week was three show spread over five hours of prime time last week with a star dancer off on Tuesday night and Wednesday night.

Now to be honest i saw night one last week, didn't see Night two because i saw a live gig and as promise i say i was not going to do live twittering the result show because it a fluff-o-Rama, so no live local twitter the result show until the last show.

Now on the 1st two kick off last week, it was a giving that Comedian Jeffrey Ross would get the boot after he tried his best but to tell you the truth he can't Dance even after he got accidentally got poke in the eye by his partner Edyta Śliwińska morning run-thought.

on the second one who got voted off the dance floor. i was surprise that actor and killer of so many TV show [Happy Days,The Love Boat,Dynasty,Married... with Children]Ted McGinley to leave show show this early but seeing the highlights it look like he was not quick on his feet then his partner Inna Brayer.

So that mean one thing One More week of Cloris Leachman, She was too much last week playing to the judges, swaing and all the but her dancing put me to sleep but she is showing the old folks at 82 she still have it for better or worst.

and is just me or is the dancing not that good so far, in the two nights of Dancing last week there was one score 25 of better and that was score by Ex- host of E Wild On! Brooke Burke[26 on Night Two].

Since i saw just night One last week
Here who i think doing good and who boring me to death.

1. Lance Bass
2. Warren Sapp
3. Maurice Greene
4. Brooke Burke
5. Toni Braxton
6. Misty May-Treanor
7. Cody Linley
8. Kim Kardashian
9. Rocco DiSpirito
10. Susan Lucci
11. Cloris Leachman

Don't forget i will be live, Local Twitter
Week 2 tonight From 8-10 PM

The List Sepcial Edtion - The Culture City Live Playlist

Before i begin and i know it about it about a week Late.
i want to thank everybody who show up for Culture City Live 3
on Saturday, September 20th at the Belmont in Downtown Hamtramck

Thank you to everybody who show up
also thank you to Darren for letting me DJ for the second time at the Belmont
Melody for booking the decks after i want to ask them to play the night
and not only that thank to Oh! my god and the The Decks For playing two great set

It was fun, and if you miss it as they say in the closing credits in the James Bonds series
Don't worried i will return for Culture City Live 4

The Following is the play list for the tunes and the live set that was played
on Culture City Live
and please Note this is a play list of what was played that night
the is No Links to what was played that night what so ever

Set One

1 - The Beatles - "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band"
2 - The Beatles - "With a Little Help from My Friends"
3 - REM - "Radio Free Europe"
4 - The Go Team - "Grip Like A Vice"
5 - The Brunettes - "Brunettes Against Bubblegum Youth"
6 - The Atomic Numbers - "Who Killed Rock and Roll"
7 - Stars - "Take Me to The Roit"
8 - Los Campesinos! - "My Year in Lists"
9 - The Display - "Ain't Gonna Put Me Down"
10 - Sliverghost - "Bad Blood"
11 - Immaculate Machine - "Broken Ship"
12 - Ghost City - "Hey Wendy"
13 - White Stripes - "Icky Thump"
14 - Art Burt - "Form a band"
15 - The Grates - "19-20-20"
16 - Les Breastfeeders - "Funny Funiculaire"
17 - B.I.S. - "This is Fake D.I.Y."
18 - Cibo Matto - "Know Your Chicken"
19 - Gnarls Barkley - “Smiley Faces”
20 - LEN - Man of the Year
21 - Broadcast - "Pendulum"
22 - The Ponys - "Double Vision
23 - Broken Social Scene - "Almost Crimes"
24 - Kasabian - "Empire"
25 - Superchunk - "Watery Hands"
26 - The Comas - "Come My Sunshine"
27 - Ladytron - "Ghosts"
28 - The Comas - "Red Microphones"
29 - Nice Device - "Innocent"[Part of it was play and was cut off when the decks played]

Live Set One

"The Decks"

"Bad Taste"
"Feburay Thaw"
"What you Said"
"Time Bandits"
"Fight on Flight"

Set Two

30 - The Go Team - "Jurior Kickstart"
31 - Metric - "Dead Disco"
32 - Sloan - "Money City Maniacs"
33 - The Trembling - "G turn into D"
34 - Sleater-Kinney - "All Hands on the Bad One"
[Meldoy you should stay for this one.]
35 - Tiny Steps - "10 Lbs."
36 - Von Bondies - "Broken Man"
37 - Sex Pistol - "Pretty Vacant"
38 - Von Bondies - "Not That Social"
39 - Marc Ronson - “Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This One Before”
40 - The Breeders - “Divine Hammer”
41 - The Kills - "What New York Used to Be"
42 - Sonic Youth - “Kool Thing”
43 - Pixis - part of it before band Two Played on stage

Live Set Two

The Oh My God!

"Get Steady"
"Febuary 14th"
"Beauty of..."
"Fools want Noise"
"Warting For..."
"Oh My God"

Set Three

44 - My Bloody Valentine - "Only Shallow"
45 - LCD Soundsystem - "All My Friends"
46 - The Dirtbombs - "Sherlock Holmes"
47 - Broadcast - "America's Boy"
48 - Blonde Redhead - 23
49 - The Arcade Fire - “No Cars Go”
50 - Yo La Tengo - "Autumn Sweater"
51 - Brendan Benson - "Cold Hands (Warm Heart)"
52 - The Go-Betweens - "Streets Of Your Town"
53 - She & HIm - "You Really Got a Hold on Me"
54 - The Beatles - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise)"

The List For the weekending September 27th

with Jon Moshier
Sunday - 10 P.M. - Midnight
On CJAM 91.5 FM Windsor/Detroit
or on-line at

Airdate:September 21, 2007

HOUR 1:[Radio Hour]


HOUR 2:[Nosie Hour]


so far as of yet, unidentified music behind . . . Jesus Wants Me For A Sunbeam - Tiny Tot Rachel
Music To Be Murdered By - Alfred Hitchcock
Ooch! Ooch! Ouch! - Quick Draw McGraw
I Can Keep My Panties Dry - Teenage Diaper Girl
Lobotomy And The Shock Treatment - William Castle
The Martian Monsters - Disney's Chilling, Thrilling Sounds Of The Haunted House
Good, Bad'n Dubya - The Mentally Ill (excerpts mixed with The Brain Eaters movie spot)
Dub ya Does One - Aural Rage (Danny Hyde featuring Coil)
Good, Bad'n Dubya - The Mentally Ill (excerpts mixed with The Brain Eaters movie spot) continued
George's Penis - Scott Walmsley
Serial Flasher - Aural Rage (Danny Hyde featuring Coil)
Ignorant Cowboy - Tom Glazer
Giddy Up Cowboy - Pantychrist
Cowboy Song - Ivor Cutler
A Cowboy For Jesus - Tiny Tot Calvin

Cowboys & Indies
Saturdays - 9:30 PM - Midnight
On CJAM 91.5 FM Windsor/Detroit
or on-line at

Airdate: September 20, 2008

1. primal scream - beautiful summer
2. blur - the universal (request for Miki)
3. bloc party - talons
4. late of the pier - focker
5. the foals - olympic airways
6. you say party! we say die! - teenage hit wonder
7. northern portrait - i give you 2 seconds to entertain me
8. rumble strips - motorcycle
9. the coral - being somebody else
10. roses kings castles - entroubled
11. kaiser chiefs - never miss a beat
12. the stills - panic
13. novillero - paco rabanne
14. lp session 1 the metros "more money less grief"
- missing in action
- ra ra roland
- robbin' hood
- kreps for christmas
15. little man tate - what your boyfriend said
16. hamfatter - do something stupid tonight
17. the tunics - cost of living
18. littl' ans - is it wrong?
19. the aliens - magic man
20. black affair - japanese happening
21. attic lights - bring you down
22. the peth - let's go fucking mental
23. lp session 2 mogwai "the hawl is howling"
- i'm jim morrison, i'm dead
- local authority
- king's meadow
24. vanilla swingers - the town
25. the clientele - that night, a forest grew
26. the airfields - rocketflare
27. the bicycles - the defeat
28. duncan lloyd - suzee
29. glasvegas - geraldine (request)

Aural Bliss
Sundays at 10-Midnight
Online at

Airdate: September 21st

1. my favorite - homeless club kids
2. balligomingo - heat
3. plushgun - just impolite
4. depeche mode - dreaming of me
5. frou frou - psychobabble
6. sarah nixey = when i'm here with you
7. goldfrapp - black cherry (m83 remix)
8. young galaxy - the alchemy between us
9. asobi seksu - walk on the moon
10. meeting places - same lies as yesterday
11. house of love - christine
12. monocular - nameless
13. puracane - summertime rolls
14. sneaker pimps - walking zero
15. dot allison - close your eyes
16. black ribbons - sylvana
17. 800beloved - go
18. placebo - running up that hill
19. siouxsie and the banshees - cities in dust
20. gavin rossdale - the trouble i'm in (ft. shirley manson)
21. love spit love - am i wrong
22. verve - valium skies
23. waterlillies - sunshine like you
24. bel canto - unicorn

Dead Air on indie 103.1 (LA)
Sundays 11 PM - 1 AM
On-Line on

Airdate:September 22

Reissue of the Week!! Laika & The Cosmonauts "Cosmopolis 1988-2008"

1. XX Teens – Darlin' (Mute)
2. Johnny Foreigner – Salt, Pepa & Spiderella (Nettwerk)
3. The Shaky Hands – We Are Young (Kill Rock Stars)
4. Mercury Rev – Butterfly Wing (Yep-Roc)
5. Okkervil River – Starry Stairs (Jagjaguwar)
6. Franz Ferdinand – Hallam Foe Dandelion Blow (Domino)
7. Monareta – Domingo Loving Style (Nacional)
8. Constantines in studio session
- New King
- Strange Birds
9. Love Is All – Big Bangs, Black Holes, Meteorites (What's Your Rupture?)
10. Deerhoof – Offend Maggie (Kill Rock Stars)
11. Parenthetical Girls – A Song For Ellie Greenwich (Tomlab)
12. Blitzen Trapper –Fire & Fast Bullets (Sub-Pop)
13. Silver Jews – Open Field (Drag City)
14. TV On The Radio – Shout Me Out (4AD)
15. Parson Redheads in studio session
- Punctual As Usual
- Crowds
16. Laika & The Cosmonauts – Experiment In Terror (Yep-Roc)
17. Dianogah – I Like Juice In A Shark Suit (Southern)
18. Pontiak – Shell Skull (Thrill Jockey)
19. Juana Molina – Un Dia (Domino)
20. Mount Eerie – What? (self released)
21. Max Tundra – The Entertainment (Domino)
22. Max Richter – Tokyo Riddle Song (Fatcat)
23. Mark Tucker – When I Fall In Love (DeStijl)
24. Lambchop – Of Raymond (Merge)
25. Ten Kens – Worthless And Oversimplified Ideas (Fatcat)
26. Chad VanGaalen – Bare Feet On Wet Griptape (Sub-Pop)
27. Deerhunter – Little Kids (

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From 3-6 AM
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Airdate: September 22nd

1. Foals - Olympic Airways
2. The Wedding Present - Spiderman on Hollywood
3. TV On the Radio - Dancing Choose
4. The Enemy - Away From Here
5. Parka - If you Wanna?
6. Black Flag - T.V. Party
7. Kings of Leon - Sex on Fire
8. The Streets - Everything is Borrowed
9. The Verve - Love is Noise
10. Channel 3 - It's the Little Things ft. Maria Montoya
11. Chalets - Two Chord Song
12. Poppy and the Jezebells - U.F.O
13. Nina Hagen - Zero Zero U.F.O
14. CSS - I Fly
15. Tilly and the Wall - Pot Kettle Black
16. The Cramps - Route 66
17. Secret Machines - Atomic heels
18. Prima Donna - Demoted
19. Oasis - Shock of the Lightning
20. The Airborne Toxic Event - Gasoline
21. Keane - Spiraling
22. Ronald Vaughan - Jennifer Love Hewitt
23. Hearts of Palm UK - I flow
24. The Mulhollands - Malibu
25. The Automatic Music Explosion - She Just Might
26. Bela - The Masquerade
27. Hearts of Palm UK - Portugal
28. The Germs - Media Blitz
29. Fleet Foxes - White Winbter Hymnals
30. Brian Wilson - Going Home
31. Glasvegas - Geraldine
32. The Kooks - Do you wanna
33. Erin Evermore - if I were a Stripper
34. Chalets - Sexy Mistakes
35. We Should Be dead - Forget Romance Let's Dance
36. Royal treatment Plant - Undercurrent
37. Poppy and the Jezebells' - Rhubarb & Custard
38. CSS - Left Behind
39. The Bravery - Angelina
40. TV On the Radio - Dancing Choose Top 20 Album
as of September 27th

1 - Calexico
2 - TV On The Radio
3 - Jukebox The Ghost
4 - The Walkmen
5 - Friendly Fires
6 - Kings Of Leon
7 - The Verve
8 - Mother Mother
9 - Ra Ra Riot
10 - French Kicks
11 - Deerhunter
12 - The Broken West
13 - Mason Proper
14 - Blitzen Trapper
15 - Margot & The Nuclear So & So's
16 - Okkervil River
17 - The Week That Was
18 - Daniel Martin Moore
19 - The Spinto Band
20 - Gentleman Auction House

Steve Lamacq's In New Music We Trust
Mondays 4 PM
On-Line Live and for the
whole week on

Airdate: September 22nd

Fight Like Apes - 'Jake Summers' (Model Citizen)
Bloc Party - 'One Month Off' (Wichita)
Ipso Facto - '6 & 3/4' (Mute Irregulars)

Gallows Fave Five
Sigur Ros - 'Sæglópur' (Geffen/EMI)
Mogwai - 'I Know You Are But What Am I' (Play It Again Sam/Matador)
Blackhole - 'Not That This Is A Bad Thing' (White)
Mastodon - 'Sleeping Giant' (Reprise/Warner)
Spice Girls - 'Wannabe' (Virgin)

The Legion - 'Kodak Colour' (White)
White Lies - 'Death' (Fiction)

Myscene in North Devon/Barnstaple

Ting Tings - 'Be The One (Japanese Popstars Remix)' (Sony BMG)
Airbourne Toxic Event - 'Does This Mean You're Moving On?' (Majordomo)

CHEWLiPS In Session
Twin Galaxies

TV On The Radio - 'Dancing Choose' (4AD)

Final Five
Jo Whiley's choice
Late Of The Pier - 'Bathroom Gurgle' (EMI)

Alternative Single of the Week
Robots In Disguise - 'The Tears' (President)

Alternative Album of the Week
Dartz! - 'The Lay Of The Land' (Xtra Mile)

Big Industry Turnout of the Week
Detroit Social Club - 'Silver' (Stranded Soldier)

And finally...
MIA - 'Paper Planes' (Lapse mix) (XL)

The Steve Lamacq Show
Live Wednesday 6:30 PM EDT
On-Line Live and for the
whole week on

Airdate: September 24th

1. Micah P Hinson – ‘We Won’t Have To be Lonesome’
Album – ‘Mich P Hinson… and the Red Empire Orchestra’

2. The Hold Steady – ‘Stay Positive’
Album – ‘Stay Positive’

3. Adele – ‘Make You Feel My Love’
Album – ‘19’

4. Turner Cody – ‘First Light’
Album – ‘First Light’

5. Listeners Choice:
Ally Kerr – ‘Amorino’

6. Frightened Rabbit – ‘I Feel Better’

7. Nat Johnson – ‘Dirty Rotten Soul’

8. Ra Ra Riot – ‘Each Year’
Album – ‘The Rhumb Line’

9. Emily Jane White - ‘Hope in the Middle’
Album – ‘Dark Undercoat’

10. Last Shadow Puppets – ‘My Mistakes Were Made For You’
Album – ‘The Age of the Understatement’

11. The Travellin’ Band – ‘Only Waiting’

12. Micky P Kerr – ‘Puppy Eyes’

13. The Bamboos – ‘Nightsport’
Album – ‘Side-Stepper’

14. Eugene McGuiness – ‘Rings Around Rosa’

15 Belaire – ‘You Really Got Me Goin’’

16. Cold War Kids – ‘Something is Not Right With Me’
Album – ‘Loyalty to Loyalty’

The Weekly Outdoor Gig Guide For September 29th to October 5th

Magic Stick

Thursday - STREET DOGS

Majestic Theatre


The Crofoot

Thursday - THE WEDDING PRESENT [the Pike Room]
Friday - LANGHORNE SLIM [the Pike Room]
Saturday - THESE ARE POWERS and RED CHINA [the Pike Room]

Magic Bag

Thursday - LOLA MORALES with Pathe Jassi's World Experience
Saturday - VERTIGO USA (the officially endorsed U2 Tribute)

Lager House

Wednesday - Golden Error (New York)
Thursday - We are Change Benefit
Friday - Amen Cowboy w/ Cowboy Messiah and Dan Kennedy
Saturday - Whitey Moorgan CD release! w/ Shotgun Wedding, the Deadstring Brothers and the Not so Good Ole Boys


Wednesday - Justin Nozuka

Blind Pig (Ann Arbor)

Monday - Honorary Title w/ Empty Orchestra
Tuesday and Wednesday - State Radio w/ Bongo Love
Thursday - Dr. Dog w/ Delta Spirit, Hacienda
Friday - Robert Pollard’s BOSTON SPACESHIPS w/ The High Strung, Starling Electric
Saturday - Ann Arbor Soul Club
Sunday - Mux Mool w/ Worst Friends, D. Gookin

The Fillmore Detroit (formerly State Theatre)

Saturday - My Morning Jacket

M.O.C.A.D. - Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit


The Ark [Ann Arbor]

Monday - Leo Kottke
Tuesday - Frigg
Wednesday - Julie Fowlis
Thursday - Karen Savoca w/ Pete Heitzman
Friday - Catie Curtis 8 pm $20 Contemporary Songwriters & Groups
Saturday - David Wilcox 8 pm $20 Contemporary Songwriters & Groups
Sunday - Ronny Cox

Royal Oak Music Theatre

Tuesday - Citizen Cope Solo Acoustic Performance
Friday - An Old Hollywood Affair: Renu Magazine

The Belmont(Hamtramck)

Thursday - Fur, Much to Much
Friday - Black Aces, Farewell Republic, and Sinema
Saturday - 16th Anniversary of Darren (Belmont) Grow’s

Small Bar (Hamtramck)

Saturday - Zodiac Mindwarp, Luxury Pushers, Grande Nationals

Fox Theatre

Friday and Saturday - Robin Williams

Joe Louis Arena

Saturday - Carrie Underwood wsg. Little Big Town

Masonic Temple Theatre

Friday - America's Best Dance Crew Live

City Theatre

Wednesday - Eric Benet

The Palace of Auburn Hills

Monday - Weezer wsg Angels & Airwaves and Tokyo Police Club
Wednesday to Saturday - Disney on Ice Presents: Disneyland Adventure

The Weekly Indoor Gig Gudie For September 29th to October 5th



PETER SEEGER - Late Night with David Letterman - CBS
WATSON TWINS - Late Night with - Conan O'Brian - NBC
AMY MACDONALD The Late, Late Show with Carig FERGUSON - CBS


THE VIRGINS - Late Night with David Letterman - CBS
ALICE COOPER - The Late, Late Show with Carig FERGUSON - CBS


LUCINDA WILLIAMS - Late Night with David Letterman - CBS
BEN FOLDS - Late Night with - Conan O'Brian - NBC
CUT COPY - Last Call with CArson Daly - NBC


NICK CAVE & THE BAD SEEDS - Late Night with - Conan O'Brian - NBC
RANDY NEWMAN - The Late, Late Show with Carig FERGUSON - CBS


BBC Radio

Radio 1

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

This Week - Florence & The Machine session

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

This Week - Kid British in session

Zane Lowe
Weekday From 2 to 4 PM EST

Wednesday - James Yuill

BBC Introducing in the Nations
Wednesday 7 to 9 PM EST

UK - Kid British in session
Scotland - DeSalvo live in session

Radio 2


Howlin' Wolf

Tuesdays - 6:30 PM

Part of Radio 2's Guitar Season, Bruce Dickinson presents a profile of Howlin' Wolf, real name Chester Arthur Burnett, one of the greatest Chicago bluesmen of all time.

Burnett's most famous songs include Smokestack Lightnin' and the Red Rooster.

Contributions come from Bonnie Raitt, Bill Wyman and Jeff Beck.

Dazed And Confused - The Led Zeppelin Legacy

Tuesday - 6:30 PM

Part of Radio 2's Guitar Season, Johnnie Walker presents a profile of rock Goliaths Led Zeppelin.

Another chance to hear Johnnie Walker exploring the lasting appeal and influence of quintessential heavy-rock band Led Zeppelin, best known for Stairway to Heaven, Black Dog and Whole Lotta Love.

With contributions from Franz Ferdinand, Ash, and Tori Amos.

Higher and Higher: The Jackie Wilson Story

Monday - 6:30 PM

Paul Gambaccini celebrates the life and music of Jackie Wilson, the prodigiously talented soul singer who died tragically young.

Wilson was influential in black pop's transition from R&B into soul, with his hits like Reet Petite, I Get The Sweetest Feeling and (Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher and Higher.

This series will showcase Wilson’s incredible career, through archived Jackie Wilson interviews and contributions from Chicago soul legend Carl Davis, songwriter Allen Toussaint and singers Sam Moore and Otis Williams.

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

New Order Week
Monday - New Order's Bernard Sumner
Tuesday - New Order's Stephen Morris & Gillian Gilbert
Wednesday - New Order's Peter Hook

BBC 6 Music

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

Beging this Week: Hitsville USA -Motown Records

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

On-Line Right Now


Monday - B.B.King - Glasgow 1991
Tuesday - Heavy Metal Kids - Paris Theatre 1975
Wednesday - Mull Historical Society - Reading Festival 2001
Thursday - Kings Of Convenience - Summer Sundae 2004
Friday - Danny Champion Of The World - Summer Sundae 2008


Aphex Twin - 09/09/1992
Frank And Walters - 24/08/1991

Pastels - 01/07/1984
Left Outsides - 25/04/2007

Shed 7 - 04/09/1996
Ronnie Dawson - 14/12/1993

Catatonia - 10/12/1997
Jimmie Dale Gilmour And Butch Hancock - 28/07/1988

Madness - 24/06/1982
Terry Edwards And The Scapegoats 30/03/1999

Concerts 04:00 - 04:30

Saturday 9/27 - Marillion - Wembely Arena 1992
Sunday 9/28 - Kool And The Gang - New York 1983


Saturday 9/27
Agincourt - 18/02/1994
Piranas - 07/02/1979

Sunday 9/28
Supergrass - 13/04/1995
My Morning Jacket - 27/09/2005

Groger Lamb
Weekday from 5-8 PM EDT

Tuesday - City Reverb
Thursday - Kaki King

Marc Riley
Weekday from 2-4 PM EDT

Monday - John Stammers
Tuesday - Durruti Column
Wednesday - Me My Head
Thursday - the Spinto Band.

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

Tuesday - CALEXICO
all live set are in PST, Three Hours behind EST


Noah and the Whale - 11:00am
The Pica Beats - 3:00pm
Chiwoniso - 9:00pm


Feral Children - 11:00am
These Arms Are Snakes - 3:00pm


Fences - 3:00pm
Johnny Flynn - 7:00pm


High Places - 3:00pm

Friday (John in the Morning at Night LIVE from Neumos)

Head Like a Kite - Midnight
Blue Giant - 1:00am
Harvey Danger - 2:00am
Two Gallants - 3:00am
Brothers Of The Sonic Cloth - 9:30pm
Police Teeth - 11:00pm Live Lounge

Tuesday - Takka Takka - 3:00pm

World Café
WeekDay From 2 to 4 PM EDT

Monday - The Ting Tings
Tuesday - Brazzaville

Satulitte Radio


Left of Center (Ch.26)

Left of Sessions
Wednesdays 9 pm
Rebroadcast Fridays noon ET

Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett co-host with Jake Fogelnest
Mon 9/29 - Fri 10/3 at 10 am ET

Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett from Gorillaz co-host Left Of Center mornings all this week. Damon and Jamie share some of their favorite music and play tracks from their new project Monkey – Journey To The West. Their new project is a modern take on a very old Chinese opera and is currently being performed in London. The soundtrack hits stores on September 23rd and the opera is coming to America next year.