Saturday, March 31, 2007

Breaking Culture News

The Winner of the Detroit News Battle of the Band
For 2007 is

"The Displays"

they beat nine other bands to win the 2007 battle which took place at Downtown Detroit State Theater [soon to know as the Fillmore Detroit] , there garage-rock fuel set only last four or five songs and lasted on less then ten minutes

they were the youngest ever band to played the battle of the bands in the three year history.

they got support from Eddie from the sight and Tony Muggs from The Muggs.

as the winners of the battle they got a boat load of prizes.

Professional Recording session on the John Lennon Educational Tour Bus
Advancement to the John Lennon Educational Tour Bus Battle of the Bands national competition
Free entry into the John Lennon Songwriting Contest
A check for $1,000 from Axis Music Academy
Ride to dinner in a limousine after the battle courtesy of Entertainment Express.
Apple iShuffle for each band member
Reason softwear by Propellerhead
Roland Micro Cube Guitar Amp
1,000 custom CDs in full-color jackets from DiscMakers
Pro Account on
Track jackets from NAMM
Maxwell Prize Package for each band member (CD-Rs, disc wipes and AA batteries)
Chance to open for a national act at Clutch Cargo's
Invitation to perform at this summer's "Rock Stars, Cars & Guitars" exhibit at the Henry Ford on Sept. 13.
Opening performance at Harleyfest at Freedom Hill on June 16
Performance at the 2007 Chrysler Arts, Beats & Eats festival Labor Day Weekend

Finish 2nd in the battle was the Lovehandlers feather members from past bands that play the first two year if the event.

and taking a page out of the 2006 winners "The Red Rocks", this is the Lovehandlers
first ever gig anywhere in the Detroit metro area.

they will get Six hours of studio time at the Audio Café, Performance at the 2007 Chrysler Arts, Beats & Eats festival Labor Day Weekend and Live music program from Ableton.

Finishing in third place was Livonia Synth pop/rock band never turn Back which impress the crowd with there kind of of rock.

they also get Six hours of studio time at the Audio Café and Performance at the 2007 Chrysler Arts, Beats & Eats festival Labor Day Weekend and they also get 10 sets of Elixir guitar strings.

Come Back on Monday for all the blow by blow of Friday Night The Ponys, The Black Lips show at the stick, the last night of Liz on the air on WDET-FM, The full battle of the bands on Saturday and a person eye view of WrestleMania 23 from the outside looking in on Sunday [If i can get into the viewing party at the Hockeytown Cafe.

Friday, March 30, 2007

I decide to take some space from this blog sight
to give my appertican to one of my fave DJ ever to grace the Detroit air waves

as you probable know tonight of as some would like to called it Tonight/Early Morning is the last show of Liz Copeland on WDET-FM as the station move to be listen by no one as the station still think the news adduced is more important that the music fans that fill this great city.

i got to tell you the first time i listen to her was back in 1996 or 1997 i was listen to Ralph Valdez at 10 P.M. on some Monday Night Long Before i even have a blog i have my foot in the door of the indie music scene, if was a few months before i decide to go out on the town.

I was listen to the show because back then the poetry scene was center around the city of Hamtramck where the Scene had Explode with the monthly poetry reading at the RoadRunner Raft, which was highlight by the Monthly poetry slam and every Monday Night on his show he would have a poet on the show, i stay tuned on that show.

But i like all of you forgot to turn off my radio and i listen to the next prison on the station and that person have and nice spunky voice and very cool and sweet.

I met person back in 1998 or 99 after see her as a red head in HOUR Detroit in a good profile for the magazine [OK, it not red, but i look that way] I met here at a art festival at the planet Ant theater in Hamtramck and got to meet her and talk to here and she was a good talker about music and what is going on in Detroit.

I have talk her a lot over these last 10 years that i know here, i talk to her
about everything from new music to what is going to play on the weekly album spotlight feather to to life in the City.

I got to tell you, i was mot the only one Liz have enjoy a cult Following for years as one of the best DJ in all of metro detroit as she been name on the best host on radio by the Metrotimes, the Detroit News, The Free Press, and Real Detroit Weekly.

Her Absent from the Detroit airwaves will be greatly Affect as there is No good Detroit radio station left Expect for C-jam.

And for those of you who will say some things like Liz is Boring, or Liz is not nice or she deserve to get Ax, Let me say one thing.

Liz is one of the most nicest, most Coolest person you ever want to meet and she have gave up many gig nights of a lot of good show to played what is new and Fresh and sound cool to get the people like my stuff who is sick and tried of the same old crap the we are Begin force feed almost every thinking that we are Mikey and say we we like it but to tell you the truth it suck.

She Played what the people what to heard in Detroit Rock, she like the music and what to she it to the people and she will bounce back for this 12 year ride.

So i want to say to Liz and her husband Clark Kellog and the Other D.J. who got let now and yesterday Ralph Valdez, Chuck Horn, Mick Collins, W. Kim Heron, Judy Adams, Martin Bandyke, and Willie Willson, thank you for playing the song that is support to be on the radio and i hoped you are heard aging on Detroit Radio

Not on DET, But Some where

Film Gudie Friday

Here Are this Week new Films
playing in Detroit this week

"Blades of Glory"

Rival figure skaters Chazz Michael Michaels (Will Ferrell) and Jimmy MacElroy (Jon Heder) must put aside their differences and skate together.

Rated PG-13.

"Meet the Robinsons"

Lewis is an orphan who dreams of finding a family. His journey takes an unexpected turn when a mysterious stranger named Wilbur Robinson whisks him away to a world where anything is possible ... the future.

Rated G.

"The Lookout"

After experiencing a brain injury and facing a mental disability, a janitor (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) becomes part of a heist at the bank that employs him. Also starring Jeff Daniels and Matthew Goode.

Rated R.

"Color Me Kubrick"

Based on true events, the story is of a man who bluffed his way into London's high society by pretending to be legendary director Stanley Kubrick during the shooting of Eyes Wide Shut in 1998 and 1999.

Not Rated
Playing at the Main Art Theater in Royal Oak

Playing at the DFT at the DIA

Tears of the Black Tiger

The tale of the ill-fated love affair between the bandit Black Tiger and the well-born lady Rumpoey. They have known each other since childhood, but her father has engaged her to marry Police Captain Kumjorn--who is charged with destroying the gang of which Black Tiger is a member. At one point Black Tiger very sportingly saves Kumjorn's life. As the wedding day approaches, will Kumjorn be man enough to return the favor?

Not Rated

Jonestown: The Life and Death of Peoples Temple

A new look at the Peoples Temple, headed by preacher Jim Jones who, in 1978, let more than 900 members to Guyana, where he orchestrated a mass suicide via tainted punch.

Not Rated

Playing at the Cinemark Movies 16 in Warren


Playing Next Week in Detroit.

Are We Done Yet?

Ice Cube moves out of the city with his new wife and kids, but his suburban "fixer upper" dream home becomes a riotous nightmare.

Firehouse Dog

Rex, Hollywood's top-grossing canine, gets lost in a freak stunt and is adopted as the mascot of a rundown inner-city fire station.

And on Note the Top movie of this week end will be on the Monday indie News round up
and if you want to know i buzy this weekend.

Thursday, March 29, 2007

The Indie News Update

Today is Thursday, March 29

the Wheather was sunny
but mild 55*F in the City

and if you don't know it yet WrestleMania 23 have invade the city, Just yesterday wield i was going Down Town at a nearby building near Ford Field that where the big show will take place on Sunday there is a big, I mean Hugh billboard feathering the men who in that big card [with Donald Trump,Vince McMahon,ECW Champion Bobby Lashley,WWE Intercontinental Champion Umaga,"Stone Cold" Steve Austin, Shawn Michaels, John Cena, Undertaker, and Batista] is a sight to be seen, and if you want to see it coming in from downtown off Gratiot Ave.

and speaking off which there is still some standing room only tickets to WrestleMania 23 left, they cost about $25 bucks and the WWE is donating $5 bucks of every SRO tickets to Detroit lions Chartey.

and if you want to know the WWE have released more tickets to the Saturday night WWE Hall of fame You can find them at, at the Fox Theatre and Joe Louis Arena box offices, and at Hockey town Authentic, 1845 E. Big Beaver, in Tr

the induceed and there inductor will be Jerry (the King) Lawler, to be inducted by friend and actor William Shatner; Jim Ross, longtime WWE announcer and Lawler’s mic buddy on “Raw”, to be inducted by Stone Cold Steve Austin; Arthur (Afa) Anoa’i and Leati (Sika) Anoa’i (the Wild Samoans), to be inducted by their sons, Matt (Rosey) Anoa’i and Sam (Samu) Anoa’i; Ed Farhat (the Original Sheik), to be inducted by his nephew, Extreme Championship Wrestling Superstar Sabu (Farhat, who grew up in Lansing, died in 2003.); Harry Fujiwara (Mr. Fuji), to be inducted by WWE Hall of Famer Dan (Magnificent) Muraco, whom Fuji once managed; Nick Bockwinkel, to be inducted by his manager, Bobby (the Brain) Heenan; (Mr. Perfect) Curt Hennig, to be inducted by good friend and Major League Baseball Hall of Famer Wade Boggs, and (American Dream) Dusty Rhodes, to be inducted by sons Dustin and Cody Runnels.

and if you want to stay home the first few hours will be on begining at seven PM EDT with highlight on USA at Midnight

if you want to watch WrestleMania 23 at home and avoid the traffic it will be on Pay per view, but it will costed you $50 bucks.

on to today indie news

A big thumbs up to modest mouse who according to billboard is the no.1 album of the week when there new album "We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank" top the chart with 128,565 copies, may be the Johnny Marr Exfect

there the third indie band to crack the top 10 folling up "The Shins - Wincing the Night Away"[No.2] and "Arcade Fire - Neon Bible" [No.2] this year.

Now speaking about the Arcade Fire, they have announced there first single off the neon bible it will be called "Keep the Car Running" it will be out on May 5 on Merge Records here in the states

and also in Filck news it look like Kack White will og into acting aging he been sing to the cast in a spoof of the Johnny Cash Biopic "Walk the Line" it will be called "Walk Hard" now there press people have say he is oging to be in the Film, many music Blog have say his role will be "The King of Rock n Roll" Elivs.

The Movies will also have John C. Reilly, Jenna Fischer, Kristen Wiig, Tim Meadows

and speaking about movie the tracklisting for Spiderman 3 soundtrack is out and from the look of it, it have a lot of indie acts like Yeah Yeah Yeahs,Wolfmother,The Flaming Lips,and one of my fave from last year The Oohlas, the album will be out on May 1st.

Expect for Film Gudie Friday, and who won the Detroit News Battle of the bands there will be no indie news post on friday.

just a few post on friday

but here is a reminder that this saturday live and in living color will be the third annules detroit news Battle of the band from the state theater in downtown detroit.

ten young Detroit Bands will played for you fans from 1 to 5 P.M. the ten bands if you want to know are:

End of an Era/Bay City/Melodic pop/rock
Final Domain/Dexter/'80s thrash-metal
Never Turn Back/Livonia/Synth-inflused pop/rock
Nerve Cluster/Grosse Pointe/folk/experimental
The Displays/Royal Oak/garage rock
The Lovehandlers/Commerce Township/rock
Brandenburg/Chesterfield Township/pop/rock
Dangerous Pursuit/Hartland/'80s hard rock
Electric Roots Band/West Bloomfield Township/classic blues/rock
Plead the Fifth/Sterling Heights/progressive hardcore

also making a appernec at the show will be Six WWE superstars
Viscera, Michelle McCool, Maria, Deuce, Domino and Cherry, arried before 1 PM to enter in a drawing for tickets to WWE WrestleMania 23 on Sunday

Doors opend at Noon
and when i get back i will report who won on saturday Night

and dont forget tonight it a end of a era in free-form Detroit Radio as Liz Copeland do here final show on WDET-FM Tommorrow night [or tonight if you reading this at Early Friday Moring] her show goes from midnight to 5 A.M.

also whith show ending on DET as well

Mick Collins Night Train from Saturday 7-9 P.M.
W.Kim Harron from sunday From 7 or 8 to 10 P.M.
Ralph Valdez from Sunday 10 P.M. to midnight
and Chuck Horn from Midnight to 5 A.M.

and this week NASCAR race if you want to know is at Martinville
thanks you have a nice weekend
Good Night and Good Luck and Be Safe

Part of the report from

Breaking Culture News

Detroit State Theater will Become "The Fillmore"

yes you hear right there will be a change on the marquee at 2115 Woodward Ave in Downtown Detroit

The Owner and promoter of the Downtown Detroit State theater LA Base "Live Nation" as part of there marking have rename Detroit Own State theater as the "Fillmore Detroit".

According to Billboard and the Detroit News it part of as part of a nationwide, three-venue Fillmore expansion that also includes concert halls in New York[be name Fillmore New York at Irving Plaza] and Philadelphia[The Theater of Living arts], and mirrors the expansion of the company's House of Blues brand.[Which was bought in July of 2006]

The State Theater will under go a Fillmore like make over which include the changing of the marquee from "State" to the "Fillmore" a bowl of apples will be added inside the lobby, [a touch from Bill Graham's original club.], the chandeliers would be redone and the lobby would be decorated with classic posters from the Fillmore's early days,[in San Fransisco] as well as concerts at the State that matter.[Last August concert with The Flaming Lips, Sonic Youth and The Go! Team]

The Venue will not close down during the makeover, only they will do it during non show.

The State or the Fillmore Detroit will host upcoming concert by Snow Patrol with OK Go, Silversun Pickups[Sunday], The Tragically Hip [April 14th], Nas [April 19th], Elvis Costello & The Imposters[May 11th], Damien Rice, [May 17th], Keane [May 19th],Incubus [May 22nd],Deftones [May 12th].

the Venue will official will become the Fillmore by the end of May.

Now if there going to mirror the Fillmore will they do the same and called it the House of Blues Detroit at St. Andrews, Stand by this story will be inserting.

The List

The Blog Site Countdown
to Liz Copeland Last Show

Alternate Take with Liz Copeland (Day 3) (12am-1am)
Thursday March 29, 2007


Geoffrey - Oryema Passage at Dusk - Night to Night (Real World)
i:cube - [cut 6] - Live at the Planetarium (Versatile)
Stereolab - Lo Boob Oscillator - Refried Ectoplasm [Switched On Volume 2] (Duophonic)
Eleni Mandell - Girls - Miracle of Five (Zedtone)
Terry Callier - Ordinary Joe - Alive (Mr. Bongo)
David Byrne - Angels - David Byrne (Luaka Bop/Sire/Warner Bros.)
My Brightest Diamond - Workhorse (lusine) - Tear It Down (Asthmatic Kitty)
Can - Future Days - Future Days [remastered] (Mute)

1 A.M.

Various Artists Begin focus v62: The Best of Detroit Techno focus radio series: the 3rd Weds night/Thurs morning of each month (
Model 500 - Night Drive (time, space, transmat) - Classics (R&S)
Rhythm is Rhythm - Strings of the Strings of Life - Innovator (Transmat)
Psyche - Elements - Elements 1989-1990 (Planet E)
The Suburban Knight - The Art of Stalking (remix) - The Art of Stalking (Transmat)
Santonio w/o Reese - It's Not Over - There's No Way Out (of the Groove) (City)
Inner City - Big Fun - Big Fun (Virgin)
Fade 2 Black - In Synch - The Calling (Fragile)
Dark Comedy - Carbomite Manuever - Carbomite Manuever (Art of Dance)
Blake Baxter - Where is the Love - True People [various artists] (React)
Claude Young - Changing Factors - Changing Factors (Frictional)

2 A.M.

Model 500 - Neptune - Sonic Sunset (R&S)
Robert Hood - Home - Internal Empire (Tresor)
Anthony "Shake" Shakir - Detroit State of Mind - Waiting for Russell (Frictional)
69 - My Machines - Intergalactic Beats [various artists] (Planet E)
Daniel Bell - Losing Control - Blip Blurp Bleep (Logistic)
Octave One - Empower - The Collective (430 West)
Moodymann - What Am I Going to Do? - I Can't Kick This Feeling When It Hits (KDJ)
Jeff Mills - The Bells - Purposemaker Compilation (Purposemaker)

3 A.M.

Underground Resistance - Jupiter Jazz - Submerge Depth Charge One [various artists] (Submerge)
DJ Rolando AKA The Aztec Mystic - Knights fo the Jaguar - Jaguar (430 West/UR)
The Other People Place - Let Me Be Me - Lifestyles of the Laptop Cafe (Warp)
Plastikman - Glob - Sheet One (Novamute)
Ron Wade - Night Track - Night Track (Moods & Grooves)
Kenny Larkin - Nocturnal - Metaphor (R&S)
Stacey Pullen - Juke - Today is the Tomorrow You Were Promised Yesterday (Science)
Dopplereffekt - Sterilization - Gesamtkunstwerk (International Deejay Gigolo)
The Detroit Escalator Co. - Abstract Forward Motion - Excerpts (Peacefrog)
Millsart - Yantra - Mecca EP (Axis)

4 A.M.

Rhythm is Rhythm - Icon (montage mix) - Innovator (Transmat)
Various Artists End focus v62: The Best of Detroit Techno focus radio series: the 3rd Weds night/Thurs morning of each month (
London Sinfonietta - Polygon Window: Polygon Window - Warp Works & Twentieth Century Masters (Warp)
Senor Coconut and His Orchestra - Behind the Mask - Yellow Fever! (Essay)
Iron & Wine - Cinder and Smoke - Our Endless Numbered Days (Sub Pop)
Nancy Sinatra - Sugar Town - Lightning's Girl: Greatest Hits 1965-1971 [Edition 2002] (Raven)
The The - Giant - Soul Mining (Epic)
Miles Davis - All Blues - Kind of Blue (Columbia/Legacy)

The Indie News Round up

Answer The Called to played Detroit

i was going to put this up last Night but i was out of the house all day yesterday but i was soaking up last night three to last show of Liz Copeland WDET-FM show

i was a little to busy with thing so i was happy to know from the metro times and the full web from on-line Sources and it looks like a bunce of bands are answering the called to played Detroit Culture City.

Now Write down the band who will come a play Detroit Culture City and check the gig of wend or where they are going to played.

Now the Big Name on this list who have been ducking Detroit but will duck no longer.

Lilly Allen who have been on tour supporting here top 20 released "Alright, Still" have book a show at the Magic stick on Sunday, May 27th at the theater know as the Stick Theater as she bring her bight grime rap to the grime city of Detroit.

Tickets for this show will go on sale this Friday and it will cost you about $18 for advice tickets and $20 Bucks for the day of show.

Also Answering the called to played the D or somewhere in the D is !!! (CHK CHK CHK)there be here on May May 11th, tickets are 12 bucks and doors are opened late at 10:30 PM

Also Answering The Called to played Detroit will be ShoeGazer band from London will played the Small Lager House on Tuesday, May 15.

And One More Good band also answering the called to play here but further west of Michigan Ave. at the Bohemian National Home on 3009 Tillman, Detroit (1 blk N. of Michigan Ave, between I-96 and Grand Blvd) will be Fairly new band to me there are called The Willowz and they will bring there California garage rock to Detroit in support of there News album called Chautauqua that will be on Saturday May 5th

And one more thing i for got to add on the gig guide this is coming to Detroit on April 30th, but he is playing tonight on All Songs Considered concert series Ted Leo and the Pharmacists will played a gig live from the club in D.C the 9:30 club tonight on, the show begin at 10 P.M.

And if you want to put down any gig that are coming to the area of any show that is coming up or if you want to leak any more bands that is playing Comerica Cityfest let me know at culturecitynewstips[at]yahoo[dot]com.

Indie News Round Up

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Art Brut: 'It's a Bit Complicated'

Art Brut have announced the release of It's a Bit Complicated, the band's second outing and follow up to their critically acclaimed debut record Bang Bang Rock & Roll, arriving June 26 on the Downtown imprint, Pitchfork reports. While their debut record tackled subject matter such as little brothers, forming bands, and unsatisfactory weekends, It's a Bit Complicated's song titles -- including "Nag Nag Nag Nag", "Direct Hit", "Pump Up the Volume", "I Will Survive", "People in Love", "Sunday Evening", and "Post Soothing Out" -- hint at fresh perspective, hopefully with frontman Eddie Argos' sheer wit intact. Argos, having confessed to Pitchfork that It's a Bit Complicated will feature horns, also mentioned that the new album has him sounding "a little bit older. Even though I'm 27, I'd say I'm about 17 in the songs."

Tegan and Sara Ready 'The Con'

Canadian-born twins Tegan and Sara will release The Con, the follow up to 2004's critically acclaimed So Jealous, July 24 via Vapor/Sanctuary. The new album, co-produced by the twins and Death Cab for Cutie's musical renaissance man Chris Walla in Walla's Portland, OR recording studio, also features another Death Cab drummer Jason McGerr and four-string rhythms from AFI bassist Hunter Burgan and Rentals frontman (and ex-Weezer bassist) Matt Sharp.

Although complete details are yet-to-be confirmed, Tegan and Sara will hit the road this summer in support of The Con, playing a string of intimate performances in small venues during the month of July and August before a launching a tour of theatres nationwide in October.

The Con tracklisting:

1. "I Was Married"
2. "Relief Next to Me"
3. "The Con"
4. "Knife Going In"
5. "Are You Ten Years Ago"
6. "Back In Your Head"
7. "Hop A Plane"
8. "Soil, Soil"
9. "Burn Your Life Down"
10. "Nineteen"
11. "Floorplan"
12. "Like O, Like H"
13. "Dark Come Soon"
14. "Call It Off"

White Stripes Offer Puzzling Tune Script

With a mind boggling website post, it seems the White Stripes are attempting to morph a population of rockers into well-studied semantics scholars. As previously reported, Jack and Meg White have leaked details, including a complete tracklisting, for their forthcoming album Icky Thump to the band's official site, and now, mysterious and baffling descriptions, or haikus if you will, have popped up alongside the song titles. In addition, a giant crossword type word puzzle reigns atop the webpage, possibly as a key to deciphering the covert meaning of Icky Thumb, or possibly as the focus of an elaborate prank.

The perplexing post reads:

1. "Icky Thump" -- Well, you can't be a pimp and a prostitute too.
2. "You Don't Know What Love Is (You Just Do As You're Told)" -- In some respects I suspect you've got a respectable side.
3. "300 M.P.H Torrential Outpour Blues" -- Sooner or later the ground's gonna be holding all of my ashes too.
4. "Conquest" -- The hunted became the huntress, the hunter became the prey.
5. "Bone Broken" -- They got a white pony in a stable and ride him when the doggie isn't able.
6. "Prickly Thorn, But Sweetly Worn" -- The silver birches pierce through an icy fog, which covers the ground most daily.
7. "St. Andrew (This Battle Is In The Air)" -- I'm looking upwards, who is here to greet me?
8. "Little Cream Soda" -- Well, every highway that I go down seems to be longer than the last one that I knew about, oh well.
9. "Rag And Bone" -- Bring out your junk and we'll give it a home.
10. "I'm Slowly Turning Into You" -- I dig your little laugh and I'm loving your quick wit.
11. "A Martyr For My Love For You" -- Maybe these ruby shoes are a little cumbersome for you.
12. "Catch Hell Blues" -- If you're looking for hot water, don't be shocked when you get burned a little bit.
13. "Effect And Cause" -- First you cause a train wreck, then you put me in traction?

Elvis Costello Compiles 'Best Of'

Hip-O/Universal Music Enterprises is gearing up to release two retrospectives by singer/songwriter Elvis Costello. The greatest hits collection The Best of Elvis Costello: The First 10 Years and Rock and Roll Music, an assorted bag of previously unreleased tracks and b-sides compiled by the musician himself, both hit store shelves May 1. That same day, Costello's first eleven original albums will be made available for download exclusively via iTunes for 30 days before being issued to all digital music outlets. Interactive booklets featuring album art will also be included. As previously reported (read more), Elvis Costello and the Imposters will head out on a ten-date tour this May, hitting cities such as Los Angeles, Chicago, and New York.

The Best of Elvis Costello: The First 10 Years tracklisting:

1. "(The Angels Wanna Wear My) Red Shoes"
2. "Alison"
3. "Watching the Detective"
4. "(I Don't Want to Go to) Chelsea"
5. "Pump It Up"
6. "Radio Radio"
7. "Accidents Will Happen"
8. "Oliver's Army"
9. "(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love, and Understanding"
10. "I Can't Stand Up for Falling Down"
11. "High Fidelity"
12. "Clubland"
13. "New Lace Sleeves"
14. "Good Year for the Roses"
15. "Beyond Belief"
16. "Man Out of Time"
17. "Almost Blue"
18. "Everyday I Write the Book"
19. "Shipbuilding"
20. "Brilliant Mistake"
21. "Indoor Fireworks"
22. "I Want You"

Rock and Roll Music tracklisting:

1. "Lipstick Vogue"
2. "No Action"
3. "Big Tears"
4. "(I Don't Want to Go to) Chelsea"
5. "This Year's Girl"
6. "Miracle Man"
7. "Pump It Up"
8. "Clean Money"
9. "Tiny Steps"
10. "Wednesday Week"
11. "Mystery Dance" (live)
12. "You Belong to Me" (live)
13. "(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love, and Understanding"
14. "Girls Talk"
15. "King Horse"
16. "Lover's Walk"
17. "Uncomplicated"
18. "Honey, Are You Straight or Are You Blind?" (alternate version)
19. "Baby's Got a Brand New Hairdo"
20. "I Hope You're Happy Now"
21. "Tokyo Storm Warning"
22. "Welcome to the Working Week" (demo version)

And you be happy to know there is a slew of band that have answer the called i will have them on the moring post tommorrow.

and just a head up No indie news post on Fridaybuyz weekend start on Friday.

The List Special Edtion

Alternate Take with Liz Copeland
The Last Shows

Alternate Take with Liz Copeland (Day 4)
Wednesday March 28, 2007


Os Mutantes - Baby (1971) - The Best of Os Mutantes: Everything is Possible! (Luaka Bop/Warner Bros.)
Stan Getz & Joao Gilberto - The Girl from Ipanema - Getz/Gilberto (Verve)
Pantha du Prince - Saturn Strobe - This Bliss (dial/Kompakt)
Henrik Schwarz - Moondog: Bird's Lament - DJ-Kicks (!K7)
Henrik Schwarz - Double: Woman of the World - DJ-Kicks (!K7)
Grinderman - Electric Alice - Grinderman (Anti)
Alice Coltrane - This Train - Translinear Light (Impulse)
The Shins - Red Rabbits - Wincing the Night Away (Sub Pop) New Release.
Jim Noir - My Patch - Tower of Love (Barsuk)
The Beatles - It's All Too Much - Yellow Submarine (Capitol)

1 A.M.

TV on the Radio - Walking the Cow - The Late Great Daniel Johnston: Discovered Covered (Gammon)
TV on the Radio - Tonight - Return to Cookie Mountain (Interscope)
Betty Davis - Anti Love Song - Betty Davis (MPC Ltd. UK)
PJ Harvey - Wang Dang Doodle - Man-Size (Island)
Bo Diddley - Say Man - His Best (MCA Chess)
Moe Tucker - Crackin' Up - Dogs Under Stress (Sky)
Lawrence - Wasting a Fall - Idol Tryouts Two [various artists] (Ghostly International)
Donna Regina - Fast as a Shark - Slow Killer (Karaoke Kalk)
Marvin Gaye - Inner City Blues (original Detroit mix) - What's Going On (Deluxe Edition) (Motown)
Lee 'Scratch' Perry - Max Romeo: War in a Babylon - Box: Arkology (Island Jamaica)

2 A.M.

Love - You Set the Scene - Forever Changes (Elektra/Rhino)
Peter Bjorn and John - Up Against the Wall - Writer's Block (Almost Gold)
Chelonis R. Jones - Mythologies (Myths I & II) - Dislocated Genius (Get Physical)
The Temptations - Love Can Be Anything (Can't Nothing Be Love But Love) - Psychedelic Soul (Motown)
Paul Weller - Early Morning Rain - Studio 150 (V2)
Explosions in the Sky - The Birth and Death of the Day (Jesu remix) - All of a Sudden I Miss Everyone (Temporary Residence)
DJ Vadim - Milwaukee - The Soundcatcher (BBE)

3 A.M.

Fela Kuti - No Agreement (part 2) - The Best Best of Fela Kuti (MCA)
The Good, The Bad & The Queen - The Good, The Bad & The Queen - The Good, The Bad & The Queen (Virgin)
Blur - Coffee & TV - 13 (Virgin)
Grace Jones - She's Lost Control (long version) - Private Life: The Compass Point Sessions (Island)
Mylo - Need You Tonight - Destroy Rock & Roll (Breastfed/RCA)
Tones on Tail - Rain - Everything! (Beggars Banquet)
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah - Underwater (you and me) - Some Loud Thunder (Clap Your Hands Say Yeah)

Alternate Take with Liz Copeland (Day 4) (4am-5am)

Brad Mehldau - Paranoid Android - Deregulating Jazz [promo] (Warner Bros.)
Radiohead - Fake Plastic Trees - Not My Fault [promo] (Capitol)
Talking Heads - Radio Head - True Stories (DualDisc) (Sire/Warner/Rhino)
Brian Eno - By This River - Before and After Science [remastered] (Astralwerks)
Arthur Russell - In the Light of the Miracle - The World of Arthur Russell (Soul Jazz)
Peter Gabriel - San Jacinto - Security (Geffen)
Felix Laband - Miss Teardrop - Dark Days Exit (Compost)
Sun Ra - This is How I Feel - Lanquidity (Evidence)

Wednesday, March 28, 2007

New Music Tuesday

WEEK 13 [2007]
MARCH 27, 2007

Better late than never, New Music tuesday is a day late because of browser problum aging so i when to the libary to cop this week list of new music.

and lucky me because yesterday Mariah Carey birthday [she was born on this day]

also this no.1 hit on this day on the billboard chart was "footloose" by Kenny Loggins whit this sone that got nominated for an Academy Award that same year.

or and i very weak with the new music tuesday history factoe because i could not find anything that inser you,so let get to it

It tuesday and it now time for the new music from the only band that matters because it
New Music Tuesday.

The Most Important music that Matters:

The Fall - Reformation Post-T.L.C. (enhanced; Narnack)

Kaiser Chiefs - Yours Truly, Angry Mob (deluxe edition comes with DVD; Universal)

Klaxons - Myths of the Near Future (Geffen)

Grant-Lee Phillips - Strangelet (Zoë/Rounder)

TV on the Radio - Live at Amoeba (limited-edition EP available at Amoeba Music stores and online only)
Mary Weiss - Dangerous Game (Norton)

The Other New Releases:

The Assemble Head in Sunburst Sound - Ekranoplan (Tee Pee)
Daphne Loves Derby - Good Night, Witness Light (Outlook)
Kate Havnevik - Melankton (Republic)
Hot Rod Circuit - The Underground Is a Dying Breed (Immortal)
Mika - Life in Cartoon Motion (Casablanca)

Turtle Island Quartet - A Love Supreme: The Legacy of John Coltrane (Telarc)


"Meet the Robinsons" soundtrack (Disney)

Notable Reissues and Archival Material:

James Brown - 1's (Polydor/UMe)
The Doors - The Doors, L.A. Woman, Morrison Hotel, The Soft Parade, Strange Days and Waiting for the Sun (Rhino)
Patty Loveless - 16 Biggest Hits (RCA)
Thelonious Monk - Thelonious Monk Plays Duke Ellington (Blue Note)
Stevie Nicks - Crystal Visions: The Very Best of Stevie Nicks (also available with DVD; Reprise)
Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark - Junk Culture (Caroline)
Diana Ross & the Supremes - 1's (Polydor/UMe)
Ultravox - Vienna (Caroline)
Warren Zevon - Envoy, Excitable Boy and Stand in the Fire (Rhino)

Music DVDs:

Engelbert Humperdinck - "Live in Concert" (Kultur)

TV on DVD:

7th Heaven - The Complete 4th Season
The Addams Family - Volume 2
Family Affair - Season Three
Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Heroes - Volume 1
Full House - The Complete 6th Season
The Jeffersons - The Complete 6th Season
Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman - Volume 1
Midsomer Murders - Box Set 8
The New Adventures of He-Man - Volume 2
One Foot in the Grave - Season 1 & 2
The Shield - Season 5
Sonic the Hedgehog - Complete Series
Touched by an Angel - The 4th Season - Volume 1
Whose Line Is It Anyway? (UK) - Seasons 1 & 2

Tuesday, March 27, 2007

The List Special Edtion

Well since this is the last week of Liz Copland show on WDET-FM i decied for my friend of almost 10 years on and off, i will put her play list for her last week now all the playlist you are going to see are from March 23rd, 24th and 27th

the show are lisable on demand at
and the playlist are also on it
[The playlist here are edited on this blog site but it the same playlist from her show]

here last show will on friday.

Alternate Take with Liz Copeland
Friday March 23, 2007


Boards of Canada - Happy Cycling - Music Has the Right to Children (Warp/Matador)
My Brightest Diamond - Workhorse (Lusine) - Tear It Down (Asthmatic Kitty)
Brian Eno - Back in Judy's Jungle - Taking Tiger Mountain (by Strategy) [remastered] (Virgin)
Beth Orton - Comfort of Strangers - Comfort of Strangers (Astralwerks)
The Shins - Sleeping Lessons - Wincing the Night Away (Sub Pop)
Small Faces - Around the Plynth - First Step (Warner Bros.)
Muddy Waters - Deep Down in Florida - Hard Again (Epic/Legacy)
Albert Hammond, Jr. - Blue Skies - Yours to Keep (New Line)
Lenine - O Dia em que Faremos Contato - Brasil 2mil (Six Degrees)
Illinois - Nosebleed - What the Hell Do I Know? (Ace Fu)

1 A.M.

New Order - Thieves Like Us - Substance (Qwest)
LCD Soundsystem - Get Innocuous! - Sound of Silver (Capitol)
Jeff Buckley - Hallelujah - Live at Sin-e (Legacy Edition) (Columbia)
Leonard Cohen - Avalanche - Songs of Love and Hate (Columbia)
Antibalas - Sanctuary - Security (Anti)
Air - Space Maker - Pocket Symphony (Astralwerks)
The Walker Brothers - After the Lights Go Out - Anthology (One Way)

2 A.M.

The Flaming Lips - Bag Full of Thoughts - 1984-1990: A Collection of Songs Representing an Enthusiasm for Recording by Amateurs (Restless)
Syd Barrett - Gigolo Aunt - Barrett (Capitol)
J Dilla/Jay Dee - Workinonit - Donuts (Stones Throw)
J Dilla/Jay Dee - Waves - Donuts (Stones Throw)
Sigur Ros - Saeglopur - Takk... (Geffen)
Cat Power - Willie - The Greatest (Matador)
Yoko Ono - You and I (with the Polyphonic Spree) - Yes, I'm a Witch (Astralwerks)
The Polyphonic Spree - A Long Day Continues/We Sound Amazed - Together We're Heavy (Hollywood)
Trans Am - First Words - Sex Change (Thrill Jockey)

3 A.M.

John Coltrane - Part 1 - Acknowledgement - A Love Supreme (Deluxe Edition) (Impulse)
Tindersticks - People Keep Comin' Around - Can Our Love... (Beggars Banquet)
Amy Winehouse - Back to Black = Back to Black (Universal Republic)
The Good, The Bad & The Queen - The Good, The Bad & The Queen - The Good, The Bad & The Queen (Virgin)
Tony Allen - Don't Fight Your Wars - HomeCooking (Narada World)
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah - Goodbye to Mother and the Cove - Some Loud Thunder (Clap Your Hands Say Yeah)
Lusine - Flat for You (Matthew Dear remix) - Podgelism (Ghostly)
4hero - Morning Child - Play with the Changes (Milan)

4 A.M.

Windsor for the Derby - The Melody of a Fallen Tree - Music from the motion picture soundtrack Marie Antoinette (Verve Forecast)
Cafe Tacuba - Tropico de Cancer - Re (WEA Latina)
The Velvet Underground & Nico - Sunday Morning (stereo version) - The Velvet Underground & Nico (Deluxe Edition) (Polydor)
Beck - Broken Drum (Boards of Canada remix) - Guerolito (Interscope)
Peter Bjorn and John - Ancient Curse - Writer's Block (Almost Gold)
Animal Collective - Winter's Love - Sung Tongs (FatCat)
Nina Simone - Isn't It a Pity - The Essential Nina Simone (RCA)
George Harrison - Wah Wah - All Things Must Pass (30th Anniv.) (Capitol)
Gary Burton & Makoto Ozone - Lakme Medley: Berceuse/Duettino - Virtuosi (Concord Jazz)

Alternate Take with Liz Copeland
Saturday March 24, 2007


United Future Organization - Stolen Moments - No Sound is Too Taboo (Verve Forecast)
Clara Hill - Nowhere I Can Go (with Atjazz) - All I Can Provide (Sonar Kollektiv)
Nouvelle Vague - Dancing with Myself - Bande A Part (Luaka Bop)
The New Pornographers - The New Face of Zero and One - Electric Version (Matador)
Radiohead - The National Anthem - Kid A (Capitol)
Moodymann/Kenny Dixon Jr - I'm Doing Fine - Black Mahogani (Peacefrog)
Amp Fiddler - Superficial - Waltz of a Ghetto Fly (Genuine/PIAS)
Lonnie Liston Smith - Expansions - Expansions (Flying Dutchman)
Yello - Moon in Ice - One Second (Mercury)

1 A.M.

Yo La Tengo - Be Thankful for What You've Got - Little Honda (Matador)
Amy Winehouse - You Know I'm No Good - Back to Black (Universal Republic)
Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings - How Long Do I Have to Wait for You? - Naturally (Daptone)
Goldfrapp - Fly Me Away (C2 remix 4) - We Are Glitter (Mute)
Goldfrapp - Human - Felt Mountain (Mute)
Jarvis Cocker - Black Magic - Jarvis (Rough Trade)
Lou Reed - Crazy Feeling - Coney Island Baby (RCA/Legacy)
Thunderbirds Are Now! - Panthers in Crime - Make History (Frenchkiss)
Nathaniel Mayer - I Wanna Dance with You - I Just Want to Be Held (Fat Possum)
Grinderman - Love Bomb - Grinderman (Anti)
The Stooges - My Idea of Fun - The Weirdness (Virgin)

2 AM

Isolee - My Hi-Matic - We Are Monster (Playhouse)
LCD Soundsystem - Someone Great - Sound of Silver (Capitol) New Release.
Spoon - They Never Got You - Gimme Fiction (Merge)
Can - Last Night Sleep - OST Until the End of the World (Warner Bros.)
Hot Chip - Crap Kraft - Dinner Coming on Strong (Moshi Moshi)
M.I.A. - Amazon - Arular (XL)
John Peel - The Soledad Brothers: Break 'em on Down - Fabriclive. 07 (Fabric)
John Peel - Don Carlos: Late Night Blues - Fabriclive. 07 (Fabric)
Lusine - Make It Easy (John Tejada remix) - Podgelism (Ghostly)

3 A.M.

Television - Prove It - Marquee Moon (2003 reissue) (Elektra/Rhino)
Flamin' Groovies - Shake Some Action - Best of Flamin' Groovies: Oldies But Groovies (AIM)
The Dirtbombs - Lost Love - If You Don't Already Have a Look (In the Red)
Adult. - Nite Life - Tangent 2002: Disco Nouveau [various artists] (Ghostly International)
Adult. - Herd Me - Tangent 2002: Disco Nouveau [various artists] (Ghostly International)
The Cure - At Night (album version) - Seventeen Seconds [Deluxe Edition] (Fiction/Elektra/Rhino)
Bryan Ferry - A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall - These Foolish Things (Virgin)
Arcade Fire - No Cars Go - Neon Bible (Merge)
Peter Bjorn and John - Up Against the Wall - Writer's Block (Almost Gold)

4 A.M.

Hug - Room of Rum - Heroes (Kompakt) New Release.
Villalobos - Dexter - Alcachofa (Playhouse)
The Hard Lessons - Harvest Moon - Hey Hey, My My! (
Neil Young - The Needle and the Damage Done - Harvest (Reprise)
The Kinks - The Last of the Steam Powered Trains - The Village Green Preservation Society (special deluxe edition) (Sanctuary Midline)
Talking Heads - This Must Be the Place (naïve melody) - Speaking in Tongues (DualDisc) (Sire/Warner/Rhino)
Elbow - Grace Under Pressure - Cast of Thousands (2-CD edition) (V2)
Spiritualized - Oh Happy Day - Royal Albert Hall October 10 1997 Live (Arista)
Pass Into Silence - Voices - Calm Like a Millpond (Kompakt)

Tuesday March 27, 2007


Ratatat - Tropicana - Classics (XL)
Doctor Rockit Café de Flore Indoor Fireworks (Lifelike)
Calla A Sure Shot Strength in Numbers (Beggars Banquet)
Arcade Fire - Ocean of Noise - Neon Bible (Merge)
Air - La Femme d'Argent - Moon Safari (Astralwerks)
Air - Once Upon a Time - Pocket Symphony (Astralwerks)
The Five Dollars - Bacon Fat - Motor City Detroit Doo-Wops (Regency)
James Cotton - Two Trains Runnin' - Deep in the Blues (Verve)
Peter Bjorn and John - The Chills - Writer's Block (Almost Gold)

1 A.M.

The Final Weekly Album Spotlight

John Peel - Fabriclive. 07 (Fabric)
info on the release at
online tribute at

Tracklisting For John Peel - Fabriclive. 07

1. Hana - Asa-Chang & Junray
2. Break 'Em Down - The Soledad Brothers
3. Late Night Blues - Don Carlos
4. Hipsteppin' - MC Det
5. Needle In A Haystack - The Velvelettes
6. Lust For Life - The Bad Livers
7. Let's Get Small - Trouble Funk
8. There's A Moon Out Tonight - The Capris
9. Mr. Pharmacist - The Fall
10. 15.5 Remake - Christian Smith & John Selway
11. Too Much - Jimmy Reed
12. In The Midnight Hour - Moloko
13. Moon Hop - Derrick Morgan
14. In Love - The Datsuns
15. Purty Vacant - The Kingswoods
16. Liar - Sinthetix
17. Lion Rock (Peel Session) - Culture
18. Tom The Peeper - Act 1
19. Love Will Tear Us Apart - Joy Division
20. Clock - Elementz Of Noize
21. Corn Rigs Tunes - The Cheviot Ranters
22. Identify The Beat - Marc Smith & Safe n' Sound
23. You'll Never Walk Alone - The Kop Choir
24. Teenage Kicks - The Undertones

2 A.M.

Reverend C.L. Franklin - And He Went a Little Farther (parts 1 & 2) - My Favorite Sermons (Universal) [peel said in a personal conversation that he would play the rev franklin during his last show]
Ulrich Schnauss - Wherever You Are - Far Away Trains Passing By (Domino)

3 A.M.

Curtis Mayfield - Jesus - There's No Place Like America Today (Curtom)
Amy Winehouse - Back to Black - Back to Black (Universal Republic)
The Shins - Sealegs - Wincing the Night Away (Sub Pop)
LCD Soundsystem - All of My Friends - Sound of Silver (Capitol)
The Balanescu Quartet - Model - Possessed (Mute)
Williams Fairey Brass Band - Rhythm is Rhythm: Strings of Life - Acid Brass (Mute)
Yusef Lateef - Eastern Market - Yusef Lateef's Detroit (Atlantic)
Antibalas - I.C.E. - Security (Anti)
Ennio Morricone - Man with a Harmonica - Anthology: A Fistful of Film Music (Rhino)

4 A.M.

Yoko Ono - Cambridge 1969/2007 (with The Flaming Lips) - Yes, I'm a Witch (Astralwerks)
The Flaming Lips - Ego Tripping at the Gates of Hell - Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots (Warner Bros.)
The Album Leaf - Always for You - Into the Blue Again (Sub Pop)
Rechenzentrum vs. Masha Qrella - Destination Vertical - But Then Again [various artists] (~scape)
The Frames - People Get Ready - The Cost (Anti)
Wilco - What Light - Sky Blue Sky (Nonesuch)
U2 - The Wanderer (starring Johnny Cash) - Zooropa (Island)
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds - Abattoir Blues - Abattoir Blues/The Lyre of Orpheus (Mute/Anti)
The Staple Singers - Respect Yourself - Be Altitude: Respect Yourself (Stax)
Explosions in the Sky - The Birth and Death of the Day - All of a Sudden I Miss Everyone (Temporary Residence)

The Indie News Round Up

Today is Tuesday, March 27

today was a nice day aging with temp in the 80's, but as i Begin to type this at 6:25 P.M. it is raining with a lot of storm in the area.

Thanks god for heave from Rasheed

That is one of the great shot to tied the ball game

well i only have few new today because that is no news

so there is the three story of the day today so let me hit them up

For Fans of the late Vancouver band "CUB" you be happy to know that mint records will re-released 1993's EP+ Betti-Cola and 1994's Come Out Come Out on April 3rd and also Begin re-released by mint is raw garage rock trio Maow 1996 The Unforgiving Sounds of... now i know you are asking why are you asking why put this info, well if you were a fan of Canadian music in the mid 90's "CUB" was a cool band and not only that behind the drum kit was the lovely Neko Case

to find out more on "CUB"
you can go to there official myspace site at

Also it was announced that "The Happy Monday" are in the studio to make there first album in about 15 years according to very media reports the LP which will have no name yet will included Guest rock guitarist Ry Cooder and Quincy Jones' grandson Sonny Levine.

the album will drop in the UK
in June and there playing Coachella

In the Crazy that is Manin Weekend [detroit News Battle of the band/Westestmanin 23 and Detroit Tigers opening Day], On Friday at the Magic Bag in Frendale there will the a beinfit for ? of Question Mark & the Mysterians, if you have not hear the story by now Friday, January 9, 2007 his house burn to the ground in clio, Mi [Which is out side of Flint] the fire destroy everything he own in including 40 years of music memorabilia and four of his beloved dogs [a fifth one die later on] he have no insurance and from what the official Question Mark & the Mysterians still living in a trailer and have no running water.

Since the fire there have been dozen of benefit held around the country but this will be the Detroit benefit, it will held at the magic Stick on Friday, doors will open at 8 P.M. and it cost you 10 buck to get in and there will be set from the like of Nathaniel Mayer, Fortune & Maltese, The Fondas, The Meltdowns, The Avatars, Outrageous Cherry, The Space Heaters and a set from the band itself Question Mark & the Mysterians.

it should be a good time.
To find out more go to the official Question Mark & the Mysterians site at
you can also find it on the right of the menu.

And oner more thing before i sing off

i was going to put this on the gig guide i was making for the the WrestleMania 23 gig guide post but some how some whay i lost the report, rats because i was putting the card and the inducted to the WWE hall of fame on that post.

Sind i am the indie post let me put all the info for WrestleMania 23 and the WWE hall of Fame.

First the Hall of Fame which is total sold out at the fox theater on Saturday night
but you can see the red carpet arrived after the Detroit News Battle of the bands.

the last Inductees was announce to the hall last night and that lucky person was Good Ol' J.R. or better know as wrestling announcer Jim Ross, he join his partner Jerry "The King" Lawler as wil be Michigan owen The Sheik as well as "The American Dream" Dusty Rhodes, the late "Mr. Perfect" Curt Hennig, Nick Bockwinkel, Mr. Fuji and the The Wild Samoans.

the 1st two hours of the hall will be on at 7 P.M. and the last hours will be on USA at midnight.

and here the card for WrestleMania 23 live from Ford Filed.

Hair vs. Hair match: Bobby Lashley (w/Donald Trump) vs. Umaga (w/Vince McMahon and Armando Alejandro Estrada) (w/Steve Austin as Special Guest Referee)
Loser leave Detrot Bald

World Heavyweight Championship: Batista (Champ) vs. The Undertaker

WWE Championship: John Cena (Champ) vs. Shawn Michaels

Money in the Bank ladder match: Edge vs. CM Punk vs. King Booker vs. Jeff Hardy vs. Mr. Kennedy vs. Matt Hardy vs. Finlay vs. Randy Orton

The ECW Originals (Tommy Dreamer, Sabu, The Sandman and Rob Van Dam) vs. The New Breed (Elijah Burke, Marcus Cor Von, Matt Striker and Kevin Thorn) (w/Ariel)

Lumberjill match for the WWE Women's Championship: Melina (c) vs. Ashley Massaro with Victoria, Layla El, Jillian Hall, Kristal Marshall, Candice Michelle, Kelly Kelly, Trinity, Torrie Wilson, Brooke Adams, Maria Kanellis, Michelle McCool, Mickie James surouning the ring [oh my god]

Kane vs. The Great Khali

WWE United States Championship: Chris Benoit (Champ) vs. Montel Vontavious Porter

Monday, March 26, 2007

Culture City Extra

A little real time perform Film From
that was posted on almost every blog
today it is posted from the French video podcast
La Blogothèque, it is called The Take Away Shows.

That were take a band and put them in a unusual, urban environment and Film them in real time live as it happend

i decide to put the video not only i like the band but how i like how it was shot too as the Montreal band and one of My fave this year "the Arcade Fire" film in real time in Paris which was film before win call off the whole tour because win loss his voice [
read story from last night}

they perform two song one was "The title track to the "Neon Bible" in the elevator none of less and take to the crowd as they played "Wake Up"

This Short film is very good and very amazing and you would be asking yourself how can you fit eight member in one elevator whiled playing

Pleased enjoy.

The Indie News Round Up

Today is March 26th

and the Weather was a prefect 80*F
a record for this day

and i was a perfect week to see some local rock with troy Gregory and the stepsister and the volbeats with Mick Collins, Patrick and the one and only Ben Blackwell spinning the vinyl.

and on Saturday at the stick i saw a good show with The Grand Nationals, Saturday look good to me and the Paybacks, [i miss the displays because i went out late because i did the last of the Fansty Baseball draft on fox sports.]

speaking about the Displays, i for got to put this down on the gig guide because i forget it in the gig guide, this Saturday at the State theater at 1 P.M. will be the third annuls Detroit news battle of the bands where 10 bands will to the do battle down town to be the best young band of all of metro Detroit

the 10 band that are playing the battle will be:

Dangerous Pursuit
The Displays
The Electric Roots Band
The End of an Era
Final Domain
The Lovehandlers
Nerve Cluster
Nerver Turn Back
Plead the Fitth

the Door opened at Noon with the show begin at 1 P.M. and after the battle you can hang out side the fox as the red Carpet arrived for the WWE Hall of Fame [same day as the Battle of the bands] at the Fox Theater the same night, it should be a fun day.

Now it time for the indie News of the day

and on the heel of word that Spoon will played "Comerica CityFest" in support of there new album on July 10th have name there album and they Name it

"Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga"

here are the track listing:

01 Don't Make Me a Target
02 The Ghost of You Lingers
03 You Got Yr Cherry Bomb
04 Don't You Evah
05 Rhthm and Soul
06 Eddie's Ragga
07 The Underdog
08 My Little Japanese Cigarette Case
09 Finer Feelings
10 Black Like Me

The One and only David Bowie have announced the act for his High Line Festival in NYC on May 9-19, the Air, the Arcade Fire, and the Polyphonic Spree. Deerhoof, the Secret Machines, and Meow Meow, as well as Daniel Johnston, Bang on a Can All-Stars, and comedian Ricky Gervais of the U.K.'s The Office and Extras have been announced as performing acts for the festival

Ticket from the event will go to Friends of the High Line, a group of activists attempting to preserve the High Line.

stuff around the Web

The Free Press have a very good story online about the mood around "WDET" The Liz Cope Land Show which end it 12 years run on Friday night/Late Saturday Morning.

Pitchfork have photo of live set with
Amiina / Tom Brosseau and Dean & Britta

and if you know about the few news note
it was a slow news day

But on the top of this post i will treat you to a good short film that almost every blogger have a short film with the "Arcade Fire"

The List

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


1) Capitol Cities – Goddamn Right
2) Mason Proper – Life’s Cornucopia
3) Animal Chinz – Baby Girl
4) Cowboy Messiah – I Want Mine
5) Tin Knocker – Build A Garage
6) SSM – Candy Loving
7) Clone Defects – Whiskey n’ Women
8) The Fondas – Don’t Come Back
9) Desolation Angels – Stuck Here With You
10) Hotness – Saboteur
11) Tiny Steps – On With Time
12) Grayling – Wreckage
13) The Brothers Cortez – Testify
14) The Red Shift – Attica
15) Johnny Headband – Pink Cloud (In The Sky)
16) The Atomic Numbers – In Your Power
17) The Dirtbombs – They Hate Us In Scandinavia
18) Love Arcade – Party
19) The Paybacks – Tie Me In A Knot
20) The Hentchmen – All About Girls
21) The Avatars – There Was A Time
22) The Space Heaters – Too Sweet
23) Outrageous Cherry – Why Don’t We Talk About Something Else
24) Jarrod Champion Sleeps Til Dusk – King Comfortable
25) The Waxwings – Of Late
26) The Orbitsuns – What Road Are You On
27) Bang Bang – Problem
28) Brave Rifles – London Cops
29) The Sillies – No Big Deal
30) Bill Parker and His Mother Scratchers – Highway 61 Revisited
31) Josh Daniels and The Addictions – Jesus With A Crow
32) J Dilla – The Money
33) Brandenburg – Something You’re Not
34) The Displays – Baby Steppin All Over You
35) The Whiskey Diaries – Soul City Rocker

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

Playlist for March 28th


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

No Show This Week because of national broadcast of the Dig Your Own Roots series but will be back Next Week from 9:30 PM to Midnight.

Aural Bliss
Every Sunday at 10 PM EST

1. omd - souvenir (moby remix)
2. bjork - bachelorette
3. mew - white lips kissed
4. asobi seksu - thursday
5. rilo kiley - the execution of all things
6. mazzy star - blue flower
7. halou - albatross
8. delerium - the way you want it to be
9. hooverphonic - wake up
10. cardigans - rise & shine
11. leona naess
12. nouvelle vague - confusion
13. the the - love is stronger than death
14. cure - sinking
15. daniel ash - this love
16. she wants revenge - spend the night
17. hartfield - girl like you
18. ladytron - he took her to a movie
19. radio dept - the city limit
20. echo & the bunnymen - the cutter
21. pilot speed - turn the lights on
22. longview - i would
23. cinematics - home
24. ours - dizzy
25. stereophonics - mr. writer

Playlist for Dead Air on indie 103.1 (LA)
Sunday from 11 PM to 1 AM

Playlist for March 25
Dead Air #151

Reissue of the Week!!
Eccentric Soul “Twilight’s Lunar Rotation” (Numero Group)

1. Mika - Lollipop (Casablanca CD)
2. Sister Vanilla - What Goes Around (Chemikal Underground CD)
3. Germans - No Job (Arena Rock CD)
4. The Ripps - Loco (Catskills CD)
5. Siberian - Soft Rains (Sonic Boom CD)
6. The Aliens - I Am The Unknown (EMI CD)
7. Peel - 1949 (Peek-A-Boo CD)
8. Kubichek! - Nightjoy (Indie CD)
9. Illinois - Alone Again (Ace Fu CDEP)
10. The Mother Hips - Time We Had (Camera CD)
11. Foreign Islands - That’s How This Goes Down (Deaf, Dumb & Blind CD)
12. Nurses - Gettin’ Angry (Sargent House CD)
13. Beta Satan - Great Moments Of Pleasure (web mp3)
14. The Cinematics - Keep Forgetting (TVT CD)
15. Blackfield - Once (Helicon CD)
16. Coco Electrik - Tainted Love (Tummy Touch CDEP)
17. Wet Confetti - False Alarm (Rice Bird CD)
18. Adult. - I Feel Worse When I’m With You (Thrill Jockey CD)
19. Sarah Shannon in studio session
On & On; City Morning Song
20. Johnny Williams - Breaking Point (Numero Group 2CD)
21. Richard Swift - The Songs Of National Freedom (Secretly Canadian CD)
22. The Cinematic Orchestra - To Build A Home (Domino CDEP)
23. Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Let The Bells Ring (Mute 2CD/2DVD)
24. Grinderman - Electric Alice (Anti- CD)
25. Andrew Bird - Simple X (Fat Possum CD)
26. The Locust - One Manometer Away From Mutually Assured Relocation (Anti CD)
27. The (International) Noise Conspiracy - Capitalism Stole My Virginity (Alternative Tentacles CD)
28. Trans Am - Conspiracy Of The Gods (Thrill Jockey CD)
29. Boy/Girl - Sick (Family Business CDEP)

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

Playlist for March 26th

Heavens – Patent Pending
James Morrison – Wonderful World
Jarvis Cocker – Fat Children
Badly Drawn Boy – Born In the UK
Arctic Monkeys – Brainstorm
Jarvis Cocker – Don’t Let Him Waste Your Time
Diana Ross & the Supremes – Things Are Changing
The Dollyrots – Brand New Key
The Donnas – Too Bad About Your Girl
Kovak – RockStar
Aluminum Babe – Be Mine
Popup – Chinese Burn
Snow Patrol – Signal Fire
Bloc Party – I Still Remember
Kaiser Chiefs – Heat Dies Down
The Fratellis – For the Girl
The View – Superstar Tradesman
Mika – Grace Kelly
Heavens – Counting
Echobelly – I Can’t Imagine the World Without Me
Idlewild – If It Takes You Home
The Brunettes – Polyester Meets Acetate
Placebo – Meds
The Milk Teeth – Cold Climate
The Kooks – She Moves In Her Own Way
Al Jardine – PT Cruiser
Fountains Of Wayne – Someone To Love
The Shins – Turn On Me
Ted Leo and the Pharmacists – La Costa Brava
Youth Group – Sorry
Idlewild – No Emotion
The Dollyrots – Out of L.A.
The Sounds – Painted By Numbers
Two Seconds – Pirates
Midnight Movies – Souvenirs
Razorlight – In the Morning
AntiProduct – Bungee Jumping People Die
Mando Diao – Long Before Rock ‘N’ Roll
The Horrors – Death At the Chapel
The Stooges – Trollin’
Jarvis Cocker – Fat Children Top 20 Album
as of 3/29 - 6:54 PM

1 - WinterKids - Who Am I Kidding?
2 - Klaxons - Golden Skans
3 - Sister Vanilla - Can't Stop The Rock
4 - Mancino - Hetchie Hutchie Footchie
5 - The Early Tapes - She'll Be Coming Home
6 - Dr. Dog - The Girl
7 - Arizona - Somersby
8 - WinterKids - 2 Nights 2 Days
9 - The Eames Era - NC-17
10 - Aqualung - Rolls So Deep
11 - Deerhoof - + 81
12 - Amy Winehouse - You Know I'm No Good
13 - Foals - Hummer (SXSW)
14 - Mother Mother - Neighbour
15 - LCD Soundsystem - North American Scum
16 - The Apples In Stereo - Energy
17 - Land Of Talk - Magnetic Hill (SXSW)
18 - J Roddy Walston & The Business - The Times Are A Stayin'
19 - Deerhunter - Spring Hall Convert
20 - Sara Culler - At Least Like Melissa (SXSW) Top 20 Albums and Other
Mar 16 - Mar 22, 2007

1. LCD Soundsystem - Sound of Silver (Capitol)
2. Modest Mouse - We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank (Epic)
3. Amy Winehouse - Back to Black (Universal Republic)
4. The Shins - Wincing the Night Away (Sub Pop)
5. Arcade Fire - Neon Bible (Merge)
6. The Ponys - Turn the Lights Out (Matador)
7. Jesse Sykes & the Sweet Hereafter - Like, Love, Lust & the Open Halls of the Soul (Barsuk)
8. !!! - Myth Takes (Warp)
9. Fujiya & Miyagi - Transparent Things (DD+BC)
10. Bloc Party - A Weekend in the City (Vice)
11. The Good, The Bad & The Queen - The Good, The Bad & The Queen (Virgin)
12. Gabriel Teodros - Lovework (Massline)
13. Ted Leo and the Pharmacists - Living with the Living (Touch and Go)
14. Wax Tailor - Hope & Sorrow (Decon)
15. The View - Hats Off to the Buskers (1965)
16. Shake Some Action! - Shake Some Action! (Satellite 451)
17. El-P - I'll Sleep When You're Dead (Definitive Jux)
18. The Early Years - The Early Years (Beggars Banquet)
19. Grinderman - Grinderman (Anti-)
20. Beirut - Lon Gisland (Ba Da Bing)

New List debuting this week on the list

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 March 26

Kings Of Leon - 'On Call' (RCA)
The Holloways - 'Dancefloor' (TVT)
Editors - 'Blood' (Kitchenware)
ILIKETrains - Spencer Perceval' (Beggars Banquet)
Automatic - 'Raoul' (B Unique)
Flaming Lips - 'Free Radicals' (Warner Bros)
Your Code Name Is: Milo - 'Understand' (V2)
Headline Makers - The Stereophonics
The Stereophonics - 'I Wouldn't Believe You' (V2)
The Stereophonics - 'Maybe Tomorrow' (V2)
The Stereophonics - 'Dakota' (V2)
The Stereophonics - 'Handbags and Gladrags' (V2)
This Et Al - 'Of National Importance' (Cargo)
Myscene: Teeside – Natalie from BBC Tee’s website
Maximo Park - 'Books from Boxes' (Warp)
Listener Post
The Cribs - 'Men's Needs' (Witchita)
The View - 'The Don' (1965)
People of Santiago live from Maida Vale
People of Santiago - 'Photograph For A Lost Soul'
People of Santiago - 'Hope is a State of Mind'
5 hottest tracks in the world right now…
Citizen Fish - 'Getting Used To It' (Fat Wreck Chords)
Air Traffic - 'Charlotte' (EMI)
Alterkicks - 'Good Luck' (Polydor)
Good Shoes - 'Small Town Girl' (Brille)
LDN is a Victim - 'LDN is a Victim' (Happy Shopper)

Stolen Gear Atler

we have a local band who lost it bass gitar

From Desolation Angels' bass player...

Keep your eyes and ears open.

I lost my bass on Saturday Night at the Double O pub in Redford.

it's a Ernie Ball Musicman Sting Ray.
the serial number is E86484
It has huge stickers on it reading KCA 89
It has 3 ford Emblems on it.

It was in a musicman hardshell case. I had to rush out of the bar for a small emergency. I left the bass by the doorway outside.

Now it is gone.
Please ask everyone and anyone associated with the bands
Hoppin' Mad, The Arrogant Bastards, or CL1 (from toledo)
and their fans if they know anything.
Hell, i'll reward whoever brings it back to me, or sends it to me.
I just want it back.

Please call 248 982 4528 as soon as possible.

Repost this, and help me out. Please.

The Gig Gudie Extra

Part three

As you proable know last thursday WDET-FM wack it remaining good D.J. from the in Favor for can news, as this is bad news for detroit radio meaning there is no good music station on FM radio.

One of show beging let go is "Alternate Take" with Liz Copeland as here 12 year run is about to come to a end, as on of the last good DJ in the Detroit area as she leave the booth for the last time.

I have more to say about Liz, but i will hold it off untill Friday just before i go to a gig on Friday night.

But, i did E-mail liz before the Friday after it was announce she was let go to find out what she would put on her last shows and i have not her back from her because she have been swamp with a lot of E-mail about her departer from WDET-FM it would be undersating she would not write back.

but i did find a list of special event on her own web sight {] for the last week of her show and a special letter from here to here listers:

Monday -
The Weekly Album Spotlight
Monday night/Tuesday morning at 1am
March 27th: John Peel: Fabriclive. 07 (Fabric)

Description From

John Peel has collected countless awards and many honorary degrees. He lives in Suffolk with his wife, Sheila, and broadcasts regularly from his home, Peel Acres. His long-time friend and producer John Walters (who sadly passed away last year) regarded him as 'the single most important figure in popular music of the last 25 years.' Together they made some of the most ground-breaking radio of an era. John has chosen 24 tracks for this unique collection from The Velvelettes, The Fall, The Datsuns, The Soledad Brothers, Jimmy Reed, Act 1, Bad Livers and more. The disc is housed in a deluxe metal tin. Fabric. 2002.

focus v62: The Best of Detroit Techno
Beginning at 1am with guest co-host Clark Warner
Wednesday night/Thursday morning, March 29th

Letter From Liz

My dear friends,

As many of you know, Alternate Take will end its run on WDET on Friday night/Saturday morning, March 31st. WDET has shifted its programming emphasis to primarily news and information.

I have so far received an astonishing number of heart-wrenching messages regarding this change. I would like to thank you for your support and kindness. You must know this: WDET could not have sustained this radio program without you – whether if it was by spreading the word, giving feedback or insight, sending music, volunteering or by giving a dollar.

In the final days of Alternate Take on WDET, I would like to celebrate what has been nearly 12 years of adventurous radio programming in a unique venue. This will involve one final album spotlight, a final FOCUS, special guests – and, of course, a whole lot of gratitude. I invite you to join me, either in real time or OnDemand. The ability in professional radio to celebrate these last days and to properly thank those that have made this possible is a rare occasion indeed. Those final nights run all this week (Monday through Friday evenings AKA Tuesday through Saturday mornings), concluding on Friday night/Saturday morning, March 31st. I also invite you to join my friends Chuck Horn (Seventh Journey), Mick Collins (Night Train), W. Kim Heron and Ralph Valdez as they sign off of the WDET airwaves one last time.

As a good friend and radio veteran has told me, when one door closes, another opens. For 12 years (a lifetime in radio), I have been determined enough to continue to be energized by radio in the wee hours. I have learned much, yet feel as if I’ve just begun. As I investigate new methods of connecting the music with its fans in a relevant fashion, I am optimistic that its reach could have more of an impact than ever before. I will keep you updated on developments through this website and its mailing list [please sign up if you haven't yet].

I am grateful that we have been a part of this together. Now, let’s look to the future.

Thank you for being out there.

liz copeland

The Gig Guide Extra

Events relating to WrestleMania 23

it was a birght cool day back on March 29, 1987 and one of the most talk about events in detroit history and to this day it been discribe as a lunching pad and a watershed moment in Wrestling history that when 93,173 jam in to the then home of then home of the Detroit Lions, The Pontiac Silverdome to witness one of the largest paid crowd to see a professional wrestling card in history.

that event was WrestleMania III and it enterant the crowd with 12 big matched only to be highlight by the big main event where in what many called it the passing of the troch when Hulk Hogan did what nobody thought he would do, body slam André the Giant, that blow the roof of the Silverdome and Hogan retain the Heavyweight Championship in front of the large Pontaic Crowd.

Now almost 20 year later, The WWE is bring back WrestleMania back to the Detroit Area.

A lot of the names have change, but this is still the biggest event for the WWE as Wrestling biggest show come to Ford Field to cause some Motown Mayhem in Detroit culture city.

Not only you have the big show, but almost event that Surround the big event.

Now keep in mind that most of the tickets for some and almost all event are almost sold out or are sold out but the WWE will hold some ticket for production purposes
so if i was you go to to see if there any ticket to the show.

So here are the event at and surround WrestleMania:

I was going to list the event but i lost it so the stuff is from the Detroit News


'Monday Night Raw' Kickoff Party
Radio station on site playing games, giving away prizes, 6-8 p.m.
Fans can stay after and watch "Monday Night Raw."
Hockeytown Café, 2301 Woodward Ave., Detroit
(313) 965-9500

Chris Jericho appearance

Free meet-and-greet with the former (and future?) WWE star, 6-8 p.m.
$100 VIP package includes an autographed photo and tickets to see Jericho's band Fozzy on Thursday
Stars of the Game, 2055 Sandwich West Parkway, Windsor (near the Windsor Crossing Outlet Mall)

(519) 250-7827


Extreme Tuesday

Radio station on site playing games, giving away prizes, 7-9 p.m.
Fans can stay after and watch ECW
Hockeytown Café, 2301 Woodward Ave., Detroit

(313) 965-9500

WrestleMania week kick-off

Windsor Mayor Eddie Francis and WWE's Jonny Nitro kick off WrestleMania week, 3 p.m.
Windsor VIA Rail Train Station, 298 Walker Road, Windsor

(888) 842-7245


Mick Foley book signing
WWE legend Mick Foley will sign copies of his book, "The Hardcore Diaries," and his DVD, "Mick Foley's Greatest Hits & Misses - Hardcore Edition, 6-8 p.m.
Kmart, 100 E. Maple Road, Troy.

(248) 588-9966


Radio station on site playing games, giving away prizes, 6-8 p.m.
Fans invited to Hockeytown Cafe to reminisce about WrestleMania III, share photos and stories, and hang out with other fans.
WWE SuperStars from the past and present will help with giveaways and participate in photo op/autograph session.

Hockeytown Café, 2301 Woodward Ave., Detroit

(313) 965-9500

WWE Fan Axxess Tour

2-8 p.m., Devonshire Mall, 3100 Howard Ave., Windsor

(519) 966-3100


Fifth annual THQ Superstar Challenge
16 WWE superstars compete in a WWE Smackdown vs. Raw 2007 tournament on Xbox 360.
Scheduled to compete: Batista, Jeff Hardy, Ashley, Johnny Nitro, MVP, Bobby Lashley, CM Punk, Kelly Kelly, Mr. Kennedy and more.
6:30 p.m., Gem Theatre, 333 Madison Ave., Detroit
Tickets sold out

(313) 963-9800

Edge and Torrie Wilson meet-and-greet

Meet the WWE's "Rated R Superstar" and one of their top divas, 6-8 p.m.
FYE, 4296 Baldwin Road, Auburn Hills (in Great Lakes Crossing)

(248) 338-1102

WWE Fan Axxess Tour

2-7 p.m., Devonshire Mall, 3100 Howard Ave., Windsor

(519) 966-3100

So You Wanna Be A Wrestler?

Radio station on site playing games, giving away prizes, 5-9 p.m.
Dress like your favorite obscure wrestler for the chance to win! Examples are the Rockers, the Junk Yard Dog or the Million Dollar Man.
Hockeytown Café, 2301 Woodward Ave., Detroit

(313) 965-9500


Live performance by Chris Jericho's band, 8 p.m.
The Roxy, 671 Ouellette Ave., Windsor
Tickets $25

(519) 977-6257


'The Condemned' movie premiere

Feature film starring WWE star "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, 8 p.m.
Fox Theatre, 2211 Woodward Ave., Detroit
Tickets sold out

(313) 471-6611

WWE Fan Axxess Tour

3-9 p.m., Ford Field, 2000 Brush St., Detroit

(313) 262-2003

King of the Ring

Radio station on site playing games, giving away prizes 6-8 p.m.
Be prepared to sound and act like five of your favorite WWE superstars in this impersonation contest.
Hockeytown Café, 2301 Woodward Ave., Detroit

(313) 965-9500


WWE Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

WWE legends, including Jerry "The King" Lawler and Dusty Rhodes, enter the WWE's hallowed Hall of Fame, 7 p.m.
Fox Theatre, 2211 Woodward Ave., Detroit

Tickets sold out

(313) 471-6611

[But it will be show on USA Saturday at MidNight and Sunday at 10 A.M.]

WWE Fan Axxess Tour

Noon-8 p.m., Ford Field, 2000 Brush St., Detroit

(313) 262-2003

WWE Reading Challenge

Finals of the Reading Challenge, featuring appearances by Rey Mysterio and Bobby Lashley, 10 a.m.-noon
Detroit Public Library, 5200 Woodward Ave., Detroit

(313) 833-1000

Mick Foley book signing

Foley will sign copies of his book, "The Hardcore Diaries," 1 p.m.
Borders Books & Music, 23000 Eureka Road, Taylor (Southland Mall)

(734) 374-5345

Bowl with Bobby Lashley

Fundraiser event for the Make-A-Wish Foundation featuring ECW champion Bobby Lashley, 1-3:30 p.m.
Skore Lanes, 22255 Ecorse Road, Taylor

(313) 291-6220

Superstar Saturday

Radio station on site playing games, giving away prizes, broadcasting live, 2-7 p.m.
Catch a glimpse of WWE superstars as they arrive for the Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.
Hockeytown Café, 2301 Woodward Ave., Detroit

(313) 965-9500


WrestleMania 23

6:30 p.m., Ford Field, 2000 Brush St., Detroit
Tickets $30-$750

(313) 262-2003

WWE Fan Axxess Tour

Noon-6 p.m. Great Lakes Crossing, 4000 Baldwin Road, Auburn Hills

(877) 746-7452

WrestleMania Sunday!

Radio station onsite playing games, giving away prizes, noon-7 p.m., broadcasting live 3 p.m.-7 p.m.
Even if you don't have a ticket, you can watch WrestleMania 23 at HockeytownCafe.
Hockeytown Café, 2301 Woodward Ave., Detroit

(313) 965-9500

[and if you want to watch WrestleMania at home, call your cable company to Order the show but it will cost you $50.]

The Gig Gudie

Part One of Three

[This Week there is three Gig Gudies,Part one is the reguarl Gig Gudie, Part Two is Stuff Realted to WrestleMania 23 which is this Sunday at Ford Field in Downtown, and in the last mintue Gig Gudie Stuff releated to Liz Copeland Last Week on WDET-FM, if you have not heard the news, Last thursday WDET ax the remaining music program to foucs on More News and Liz Copeland "Alternate Take" have goting the AX]

March 26th - April 1st



Kings Of Leon - The Late Show With David Letterman - CBS
Mastodon - Late Night with Conan O'Brien - NBC [From Nov. 1, 2006]
Death Cab For Cutie - Late Night with Conan O'Brien - NBC[From Nov 8, 2006]
Bloc Party - The Late Show With David Letterman - CBS
The Bird and the Bee - Last Call with Carson Daly - NBC [From Feb 9th]
Arcade Fire - Saturday Night Live -NBC [From Feb 24th]


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 EST

Zane Lowe
Weekday From 2 to 4 PM EST

Huw Stephens Unsigned
Wednesday 7 to 9 PM EST

This Week in seestion
The Vessels

Annie Mac

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

This Week in the Mini MIx
4 Hero

BBC 6 Music

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

This Week -
The 100 Club

The 100 Club. Robert Elms tells the story of London's legendary live music venue in this four-part series

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

The Story Of Pop

Monday - Part 4 - What A Long Strange Trip It's Been
Tuesday - Part 5 - Too Old To Rock 'n' Roll , Too Young To Die
Wedensday - Part 6 - Going Up Country
Thurssday - Part 7 - The King Is Dead, Long Live The King
Friday - Part 8 - Teenagers In Love

Live at 4(AM UK)
Every Night at 11 PM EDT
Concerts 04:00 -04:30

Monday - Electric Light Orchestra - Paris Theatre 1973
Tuesday - EMF - Reading Festival 1992
Wednesday - Vines - Glastonbury Festival 2002
Thursday - Was Not Was - Kentish Town & Country 1988
Friday - Hot Chip - Summer Sundae 2005
Saturday - Magnet - Summer Sundae 2004
Sunday - Rufus Wainwright - Glastonbury 2005

Sessions 04:30 - 05:00

Angelic Upstars - 24/10/1978
Wedding Present - 07/02/2005

Embrace - 28/03/2006
Lou Barlow - 14/12/2004

Poptitcians - 20/07/1983
St Etienne - 13/06/2005

Alpine Stars - 19/03/2003
Ben Folds - 30/06/2005

Rome - 23/02/1997
Sons And Daughters - 28/09/2004

Adamski - 02/02/1990
Starsailor - 20/10/2005

Cat Power - 18/06/2000
Mc Solar - 15/12/1994

Gideon Coe
Weekday from 5 to 8 AM EST

Monday - Brett Anderson
Tuesday - Malcolm Middleton
Wednesday - Hearts of Black Science
Thursday - Patrick Wolf

Queens of Noize Sonic Safari
Saturday 7 PM EST

This Week it
A 'Name' Safari

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

This Week in Session Fields
This Week's Guests Good Shoes on Monday and Tony Visconti on Tuesday

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

Monday - Ozomatli
Tuesday - The Shins
Wednesday - Willy Mason
Friday - Angelique Kidjo
all live set are in PST, Three Hours behind EST

Son Volt Monday March 26, 12:00pm
Sondre Lerche Monday March 26, 3:00pm
Vusi Mahlasela Monday March 26, 7:00pm
120 Days Tuesday March 27, 2:00pm
Manchester Orchestra Friday March 30, 9:30am
Love Like Fire Friday March 30, 12:00pm
Elvis Perkins Friday March 30, 3:00pm
Lillydale Saturday March 31, 6:00pm
The Intelligence Saturday March 31, 8:00pm
Calla Sunday April 1, 2:00pm Live Lounge

Monday - Mason Proper 3:00pm
Friday - Arizona 3:00pm

Satulitte Radio


Left of Center (Ch.26)

Left of Sessions
Wednesdays 9 pm
Rebroadcast Fridays noon ET

This Week

SIRIUS Disorder (Ch.32)

World Café
6 pm - 8 pm ET Monday through Thursday
noon - 2pm ET Friday

This Week All repeat

Monday - David Bromberg (reair of 02/27)
Tuesday - Damien Rice (reair of 01/23)
Wednesday - The Decemberists (reair of 11/17)
Thursday - TV On The Radio (reair of 12/21)
Friday - Yusuf (reair of 01/05)

XM Radio

XM Cafe Live: G. Love & Special Sauce
Monday - 9PM ET - XM Cafe - XM 45
Tuesday - 3PM ET - XM Cafe - XM 45
Wednesday - 9AM ET - XM Cafe - XM 45
Thursday - Mid. ET - XM Cafe - XM 45
Friday - 6PM ET - XM Cafe - XM 45

Build Your Own Show: Rickie Lee Jones & Band
Monday - 9AM ET - XM Cafe - XM 45
Wednesday - 9PM ET - XM Cafe - XM 45
Thursday - 3PM ET - XM Cafe -XM 45
Friday - 7AM ET - XM Cafe - XM 45

Artist Confidential #56: Art Garfunkel
Monday - 6PM - 7PM ET - The Loft - XM 50
Monday - 10PM - 11PM ET - Fine Tuning - XM 76
Tuesday - Mid. ET - XM Cafe - XM 45
Tuesday - Noon - 1PM ET - Fine Tuning - XM 76

Mixed Bag Radio #21: The Bodeans (Encore)
Tuesday - 3PM - 4PM ET - The Loft - XM 50

The King Biscuit Flower Hour with The Kinks (Encore)
Tuesday 9PM - 10PM ET - Deep Tracks - XM 40

Eric Clapton In Concert
Richmond Coliseum/Richmond, Virginia/April 22nd, 1985
Friday - 11AM - 11:45 AM ET - Deep Tracks - XM 40

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

Theme Time Radio Hour with Bob Dylan
Wednesday - 10AM - 11AM ET - Deep Tracks - XM 40
Thursday - Noon - 1PM ET - The Village - XM 15
This week's theme is Fool.



Saturday - J DILLA record release!

Maigic Bag

Monday - *AMIINA with Tom Brousseau

featuring Nathaniel Mayer, The Hentchmen, Fortune & Maltese, The Fondas, The Avatars, The Meltdowns, Outrageous Cherry, The Space Heaters and more!

FROM THE PRESS RELEASED: Legendary rock and roll singer Question Mark is best known for his classic hit “96 Tears.” Unfortunately he was crying more than that when a fire destroyed his home, all of his possessions and his beloved dogs. To make matters worse, he had no insurance. To help an old friend get back on his feet, a who’s who of the Detroit music scene band together for one special evening of music—-the Question Mark Fire Relief Benefit.

The Cover is $10.

Lager House

Tuesday - Birdmonster w/ Mason Proper
Thursday - Debate (from Italy)
Saturday - Tin Knocker Record Release Party! w/ SSM and Carjack

Saint Andrews Hall

Monday - Explosions In the Sky
Tuesday - Mew
Friday - Mute Math
Saturday - Zach Galifianakis


Wednesday - Loose Cannon, Croft
Thursday - D.J. C4
Friday - Vast w/ Point One Blank, August House
Sunday - Jamie Register w/ The New Green
Saturday - Athletic Mic League w/ Buff 1, Now On, and S.U.N.

The Belmont

Friday - Duende!, Black Horse (Brooklyn) and more @ Belmont
Saturday - Paul's Big Radio, Misty Lyn and Walace Bros. @ Belmont
Sunday - April Fools Day with the Zambonies


Thursday - ALL AGES SHOW!! wsg HiFi HandGrenades, Fireworks, Just Ask, Tough Call @ Small's
Friday - the Senate CD Release Party wsg TBA @ Small's
Saturday - ALL AGES! Omission (last show!), Whiskey Diaries, Stranger on a Train, Aisle 5

State Theatre

Sunday - Snow Patrol with OK Go, Silversun Pickups

Michigan Theatre

Wednesday - Keb' Mo'