Friday, May 11, 2007

I promise to his manger, i would post this
So i am posting this.

On Tuesday Night [5/8] at the Riff 2 local 101 listen party at small's, i met local rocker from Royal Oak Name Matt Austin and he is in a nationwide completion to win a recording contact with Epic Records.

Now Last week he move to the Semi Finals from the from a field of 36, so he is the only Local entry left in the competition that stared out with only 600 entry which included a American Idol contestant.

the Semi-final begin this Friday and last Thu Monday so you can vote for him at

you can Find Matt page
you can find a profile of Matt on Fox 2 News
and if you want to here Matt Music you can go to his my space page at :

and if you want to see him you can this Saturday at the New Place Lounge in Dearborn, Michigan[22723 Michigan Avenue] he will opening up for The Orbitsuns.

Film Gudie Friday

28 Weeks Later

Six months after the rage virus wiped out London, the city rebuilds and re-populates...but the virus is still alive, and deadlier than ever.

Rated R

"Georgia Rule"

Lindsey Lohan is an out-of-control kid whose desperate mother (Felicity Huffman) sends her to live with tough-love grandma (Jane Fonda).

Rated R

The Ex

An underachiever (Zach Braff) must take a job when his pregnant wife (Amanda Peet) quits her high-pressure, big salary career.

Rated PG-13.

"The Hip Hop Project"

Documentary focusing on Chris (Kazi) Rolle, a rapper who received a New York Urban Hero award for his work as a youth mentor.

Rated R

"The Salon"

Vivica A. Fox as a beauty-shop owner and single mom who's trying to save her business while embarking on a new and promising relationship.

Rated PG-13

Delta Farce

Three hapless guys are mistaken for Army Reservists, loaded onto a plane to Iraq, and accidentally ejected somewhere over Mexico.

Rated PG-13.

Playing at the Main Art in Royal Oak

Away From Her

Grant and Fiona have been married for decades. They have been through rough patches, but their lives are inextricably connected and their relationship seems idyllic: they share a private language and obvious affection for one another. Now retired, they live comfortably in a house in the country, but their contentment is permanently disrupted when Fiona's memory starts to deteriorate. Determined not to saddle Grant with her declining health, she insists upon going to a rest home which only tears Grant apart. He feels guilty about decades-old behavior, and his state is worsened by the rules of Fiona's new residence, which demand that he not communicate or visit with her for a lengthy period of time.

Rated PG-13.


Opening up Everwhere up and Down Next Week is this Film

Shrek the Third

Everybody's favorite green ogre is back, embarking on a quest to find a suitable replacement King to rule the land of Far Far Away.

Thursday, May 10, 2007

The List

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

Playlist for May 8th

1) Electric Six (Dick Valentine Acoustic) – Pink Flamingos
2) Electric Six – Getting Into The Jam
3) Audra Kubat – One Day
4) Tiny Steps – On With Time
5) The Royal Affairs – Mirrors & Brick Walls
6) The Singles – Hypnotized
7) Brave Rifles – Signal Fire
8) The Prime Ministers – Ghostwritten
9) The Gories – Nitroglycerine
10) Hiding In Thailand – Gratuitous Party Anthem
11) Sunday Painters – Another Loose End
12) Bear Vs Shark – The Great Dinosaurs with Fifties Section
13) Fiesty Cadavers Featuring Steve Krass – Blast Chamber
14) The Hadituptoheres – Interesting X-Rays
15) Strangers On A Train – The Ruse
16) Hogwash! – It Ain’t Easy Being A Drunk
17) The Black List – From The Outside
18) 60 Second Crush – Murder In Ohio
19) Johnny Headband – Tell You
20) The Muggs – White Boy Blues
21) The State – Feel The Same
22) Vertical Pillows – Born To Love
23) Decibilt – Don’t Look Now
24) Seduce – Love To Hate
25) The Hard Lessons – I Can’t Stand It
26) Left In Ruin – Hands Down
27) Koffin Kats – V8 Nightmare
28) Citizen Smile – Dead In My Tracks
29) Wally Pleasant – Stupid Day Job
30) Detroit Grand Pubahs – Sandwiches

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

Playlist for May 9th


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

Playlist for May 5th
"Cinco De Mayo Show"

1. morrissey - mexico
2. elbow - mexican standoff
3. felt - mexican bandits
4. mexico 70 - find someone else to play misty for you
5. electrelane - saturday
6. charlotte gainsbourg - the operation
7. feist - honey honey
8. get cape wear cape fly - call me ishmael
9. asian dub foundation - free saptal ram
10. asian dub foundation - target practice
11. chromeo - fancy footwork
12. the knife - heartbeats (request)
13. the race - comfort comfort
14. the needles - girl I used to know
15. the holloways - dancefloor
16. the harrisons - monday's arms
lp session travis "the boy with no name"
17. travis -selfish jean
18. travis - battleships
19. travis - colder
20. arctic monkeys - temptation greets you like your naughty friend (request)
21. the cinematics - break
22. maximo park - pride before a fall
23. the rakes - the world was a mess but his hair is perfect (request)
24. strange death of liberal england - a day another day
25. iLiKETRAiNS - spencer perceval
26. electric soft parade - misunderstanding
27. electric soft parade - secrets
28. nigel clark - 21st century man
29. dodgy - in a room
30. the enemy - away from here
31. dogs - this stone is a bullit
32. radar - war out there
33. islands - don't call me whtney, bobby
34. broken social scene - prison province
35. unicorns - ready to die

Aural Bliss
Every Sunday at 10 PM EST

Playlist for May 6th

1. air - playground love
2. monster movie - beautiful artic star
3. charlotte gainsbourg - everything i cannot see
4. faithless - evergreen
5. velour 100 - calendar
6. console - by this river
7. bjork - earth intruders
8. cranes - paris and rome
9. cure - this twilight garden
10. martin gore - compulsion
11. sneaker pimps - six underground
12. iLiKETRAiNS - a rook house for bobby
13. jesus and mary chain - almost gold
14. teenage fanclub - the concept
15. perishers - sway
16. peter gabriel - i grieve
17. coldplay - fix you
18. beautiful south - prettiest eyes
19. smiths - heaven knows i'm miserable now
20. belle and sebastian - the boy with the arab strap
21. tanya donelly - swoon
22. cranberries - sunday
23. andy stochansky - stutter
24. u-ziq - the fear
25. chris and cosey - october (love song)

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

Sun, May 06
Dead Air #157

Reissue of the Week!!
Depeche Mode “Black Celebration” (Rhino)

1. The Puppini Sisters - Panic (Verve CD)
2. 1990’s - See You At The Lights (Rough Trade CD)
3. The Shaky Hands - Sunburns (Holoscene CD)
4. Great Lakes Myth Society - Queen Of The Barley Fool (Quack CD)
5. MIT - Goodbook (Haute Areal CDS)
6. Damn Arms - I Sink Therefore I Swam (Unikron CD)
7. Dananananakroyd - Totally Bone (Moshi Moshi CDS)
8. Meat Puppets - On The Rise (Anodyne CD)
9. Half Cousin - Jim’s Crash Memory (Gronland CD)
10. Black Mountain - Stay Free (Record Collection CD)
11. Fields - The Death (Atlantic CD)
12. Mary Timony Band - Summer’s Fawn (Kill Rock Stars CD)
13. The Electric Pop Group - She’s Playing With Your Heart (self released CD)
14. Depeche Mode - Fly On The Windscreen (Rhino CD+DVD)
15. Dntel - Rock My Boat (Sub-Pop CD)
16. The Blow - The Sky Opened Wide Like The Tide (K CD)
17. Balkan Beat Box - Gypsy Queens (JDub CD)
18. Bole 2 Harlem - Harlem 2 Bole (Sounds Of The Mushroom CD)
19. The Hold Steady - Girls Like Status (Williams Street CD)
20. Channel One - These Roads (SFR CDEP)
21. Das Llamas - The Legacy (Aviation CD)
22. Cajun Dance Party - The Next Untouchable (WayOutWest CDS)
23. The Low Miffs - This Is The New (Art Goes Pop CDS)
24. The Magic Numbers - Let Somebody In (Heavenly CD)
25. Bjork - Declare Independence (Atlantic CD)
26. Silver Daggers - Untame (Load CD)
27. Melt-Banana - Cat Brain Land (A-Zap CD)
28. Morning Bride - Stepping Out In Front Of Cars (Letterbox CD

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

Playlist for May 7th 2007

1. Sloan – Who Taught You to Live Like That?
2. Patti Smith – Redondo Beach
3. Test Your Reflex – Thinking of You
4. Metro Station – Seventeen Forever
5. Keane – Crystal Ball
6. Test Your Reflex – I Know You’re Lonely
7. Mika – Love Today
8. Arctic Monkeys – Brianstorm
9. The Fray – How To Save a Life
10. Travis – Closer
11. Mika – Grace Kelly
12. Kaiser Chiefs – Ruby
13. Raquel’s Boys – California Loves You
14. Luxxury – Sable Star
15. Gary Celebrity – Skinny Girls
16. Giddle Partridge and Boyd Rice – Bonnie and Clyde
17. Girl – Starry Eyes
18. Kovak – RockStar
19. The Dollyrots – Brand New Key
20. The Brat – Attitudes
21. Channel 3 (f/ Maria Montoya)– It’s the Little Things
22. Maximo Park – Girls Who Play Guitars
23. The Three O’Clock – The Girl With the Guitar (Says Oh Yeah)
24. The New Pornographers – Sing Me Spanish Techno
25. The Shins – Turn On Me
26. The Killers – Move Away
27. Mando Diao – You Don’t Understand Me
28. Stars of Track and Field – Say Hello
29. Bloc Party – I Still Remember
30. Yeah Yeah Yeahs – Sealings
31. The Fratelli’s – Chelsea’s Dagger
32. Nick Heyward – London
33. The Jam – Down at the Tube Station at Midnight
34. The View – Street Lights
35. Green Day – Working Class Hero
36. Sean Lennon – Dead Meat
37. Test Your Reflex – Thinking of You Top 20 Album
as of 2:10 AM - May 12th

1 - The Afghan Whigs - I'm A Soldier
2 - Modest Mouse - Florida
3 - Mother Mother - Neighbour
4 - Charlotte Gainsbourg - The Operation
5 - Dntel - Roll On
6 - The Veils - Not Yet
7 - Blonde Redhead - 23
8 - Sufjan Stevens - Free Man In Paris
9 - Queens Of The Stone Age - Sick, Sick, Sick
10 - Modest Mouse - We've Got Everything
11 - Bright Eyes - Four Winds
12 - The Muggabears - Dead Kid Kicks
13 - Interpol - The Heinrich Maneuver
14 - The National - Apartment Story
15 - Mark Ronson - God Put A Smile Upon Your Face
16 - Jesse Malin - NY Nights
17 - The Twilight Sad - That Summer, At Home I Had ...
18 - Dead Heart Bloom - Wish It Well
19 - Bjork - Earth Intruders
20 - Amy Winehouse - Back To Black Top 20 Albums
May 4 - May 10

1. Elliott Smith - New Moon (Kill Rock Stars)
2. Bright Eyes - Cassadaga (Saddle Creek)
3. Lifesavas - Gutterfly (Quannum)
4. Modest Mouse - We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank (Epic)
5. Kings of Leon - Because of the Times (RCA)
6. Bjork - Volta (One Little Indian)
7. LCD Soundsystem - Sound of Silver (Capitol)
8. Arcade Fire - Neon Bible (Merge)
9. !!! - Myth Takes (Warp)
10. Jeff Kanzler - Black Top Road (self-released)
11. Arctic Monkeys - Favourite Worst Nightmare (Domino)
12. Ryan Shaw - This Is Ryan Shaw (Columbia/One Haven/Red Ink)
13. The Ponys - Turn the Lights Out (Matador)
14. Cloud Cult - The Meaning of 8 (Earthology)
15. Blonde Redhead - 23 (4AD)
16. Peel - Peel (Peek-A-Boo)
17. Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - Baby 81 (RCA)
18. The Fucking Eagles - A Million Dollars Worth of Music (GaptoothJukebox)
19. Blue Scholars - Back Home (Rawkus)
20. Amy Winehouse - Back to Black (Universal Republic)

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 May 7th

Red Hot Chilli Peppers – ‘Hump De Bump’
Jamie T – ‘Sheila’


Pigeon Detectives – ‘I’m Not Sorry’

Headline Maker- Linkin Park
Linkin Park – ‘Numb’
Linkin Park – ‘What I've Done’

MIT – ‘Good Book’

My Scene – The Enemy’s view on Coventry

Interpol – ‘Heinrech Manouvre’

Listening Post
Cheenah – ‘Seen On The Scene’
Cribs – ‘Mens Needs’

Fury Of The Headteachers Live In Session From Maida Vale
Fury of the Headteachers - ‘Not What It Used To Be’
Fury of The Headteachers – ‘Misfortune’

Arcade Fire – ‘Intervention’

Demo of the week
Ting Tings – ‘Greatest DJ’

The Final Five!
Daniel Carter’s choice - Gallows – ‘Abandon Ship’
Alternative Single Of The Week: The Scare – ‘Bats Bats Bats’
Alternative Single of the Week 2 : Dulox – ‘Boom Boom’
Alternative Single Of The Week 3: Metro Riots – ‘New Eperdemic’
Alternative Single Of The Week 4: Sunset Cinema Club – ‘Gojira Suit’

The Steve Lamacq Show
Wednesday 6:30 PM
on BBC Radio Two

Travis – Selfish Jean
Album – ‘The Boy With No Name’

Elvis Perkins – All The Night Without Love
Album sampler – ‘Ash Wednesday’

Pete & The Pirates – ‘Come On Feet’

Feist – ‘My Moon My Man’
Album – ‘The Reminder’

Me & You – ‘Brown Paper Bag’
Album – ‘Floating Heavy’

Arms – ‘Whirring’

The Stills – ‘Destroyer’
Album – ‘Without Feathers’

Milk Kan – ‘Here Ya Come Again & Again’

White Stripes – ‘Icky Thump’
Album – ‘Icky Thump’

Good Books – ‘The Illness’

Jess Morgan – ‘Chips & Tongues’

The Sea and Cake – ‘Coconut’
Album – ‘Everybody’

Mumm-ra – She’s Got You High

Insant Gig Guide

We Have a late Entry to the Big Gig Guide

today at 2 P.M. on the wonderful KCRW show Morning Becomes Eclectic, Host Nic Harcourt will host the wonderful bright eyes singer and 1/3 of the female section, which made up 1/4 of the Broken Social Scene

Feist will play the show today play selection from her new top 20 solo album [landed in No.16 on the billboard this week]"The Reminder" today begin at 2:15.

But if you miss the show it will be archived on or click the link to the show on the right of the menu under indie radio.

Wednesday, May 09, 2007

Instant Gig Gudie Atlert

Well, last night i receive a E-mail on my regular E-mail of a band that will go on tour to promote there brand new album since 2004 with song like "I Was Married","Are You Ten Years
"Like O, Like H", "Call It Off, and "Burn Your Life Down",

guess on the new album will have Jason McGerr of Death Cab for Cutie, Matt Sharp of The Rentals and Hunter Burgan of AFI and it was was co-produce by the duo with the help of Chris Walla

the album will be out on July 24th, and they will go on tour and yes every body they have "answer the call" to play here in Detroit.

they will played here on August 6th at The Gem Theatre in Downtown Detroit next door to comerica Park and ford Field and tickets go on sale this up Coming Friday at 10 PM.

So i know you are asking who would be playing there on Aug. 6th
it this band that once play "Small" when there Breaking out with "If It Was You"

Tegan and Sara

Tuesday, May 08, 2007

The blog site - One Year Later

Well as you probable know today[May 8th] is the one year birthday of this blog sight which started on May 8th, 2006 and this have been a tough and trying year of putting together a daily blog done by a person who can only write 22 WPM[words per minutes]but have been a long time supporter of the Detroit and Indie scene for the last ten years.

so over the last five days i did some reflecting on this whole sight one year later which i will put on the post after a little bit of a flashback of sort

so on this 1st anniversary on this blog and since most of you did not read this blog sight back on Monday, May 8th, 2006 with Correction from the new blogger beta [Note when the blog sight began, it was the old version of blogger], here is the first post on this sight, Which was written and post early on Sunday, May 7th, the reason i did this so everybody could read this on a Monday.

The Orgianl Post [5/8/06]

Welcome To Culture City

Hello, welcome to the underground,Welcome to the indie culture, Welcome to the ceartate town that is Detroit, where cars were born, sander Ice Cream once rule and some of the good and cool sound music was made and still made today, it just like you want to go to the show talk to your friends and see what is going on, it either going in small town where the near town for a gig or some thing to do is the near collage town or the big market city where depend on the city you and take a bus to see a new UK after your friend told you that cant take you because he going on a nice date north of the freeway.

Well to see and follow underground and accpect it have always not being easy it date way back in the 50's with our parents era, you see back then a gig anywhere mean you have to dress up nice and look nice to impress you date and see a singer or do-wap group show why there on the "Hit Parade" it was nice for a while, But it all all change in 1954 where at the Overton Park Shell in Memphis, TN a young shy teenage just out of high school was opener for a country dude he was so nervous his legs cause the young girls to go nuts for this young boy who would die to take him home to mommy, The young kid would be know an the future King of Rock and Roll ELVIS PRESLEY, He broke down the wall and created a buzz that come out from the under ground to a sensation which have not recover, soon after that so many kids want to play rock n roll music and the underground indie movement was on.

there parents were not impress so the kids where to follow the sence where they go as time when on like and sounds change too from the hippie era of the 60's and to the Disco era of the 70"s and the power of the 80's the kids where not going to take lying down listen to over hype awfew music there where going to listen to who they think it sound cool that was reinforce in two eras, in the early 90's where where Nirvana, Preal Jam, and a stew of band from the east coast to the west coast create a new diffence sound which was so popuarl it would drive those awful hair bands out of business but it did not last long after the death of Nirvana lead singer Kurt Cobain and then the music went in a bad funk with bad Music whit some over-hype boy bands gril who is still in school and is sexiness up because they have a song and a bunch of over the top song from a sappy film ouch, which lead to a second of era good music, Which i say i am prode to be a part of because during this time of bad music at a small club on 3129 cass ave. just a little NW of downtown Detroit there was a club just open up call the Gold Dollar, it been only open for a year for band who just starting out before they play the magic stick, it had bands like Detroit Cobras, Spat!, The Wild Bunch,American Mars and other local bands and the poetry reading here and there but one hot night on august 15, 1997, A two piece band from SW Detroit made there debut opened up for a estabish band call The Hentchmen Only a few people show up for that gig, but legion UK Newsman and label head of factor records Tony Wilson says "that History man" that band start a new under ground of Detroit music and reinterduce world to the sound of Detroit with bands like Outrageous Cherry, The Soldad Brothers, His Name is Alive, The Go, The Greenhorns, Dirtbombs, Gore Gore Girls, The Clone Defects, Volebeats, Slumber Party, The Come-Ons, The Paybacks, Amino Acids, The Wax Wings, Von Bondies, and The Sights made Detroit the kings of the music wolrd aging after the motown four decades early oh by the way that band that light a fuse that night in 1997 opened for the Hemtchmen: The White Stripes.

But the last few years to gain accpect in the main stream have been thought go, MTV don't play music video any more just air idiot want to hurting themselves, bad singer being upfront on ever tablod show and a star is born by just singing clean up Keroke, and to over hyped singer and band singing bad songs to force you to by bad merch. and and a band who just make for the indie kids but it giving less pub for a guy who cant sing rickey martin.

But Thank god for the internet and and thanls god for blog to tell you what really going on and that where i come in, this is IT CAME FROM CULTURE CITY a blog sight that will follow the indie rock Sence and other thing going on in the Detroit Metro area and will check out other things like movie and theater, will see who have a new movies out, who on TV, will check up on the best souced and some time will go out of the box like Sports, TV and a little policts, i will have segment like my reg. Segment

Monday - It the Indoors and Outdoors Gig guide
will see who popping up on TV,Internet radio, and satellite radio, But will not be limited to the indoor will go outdoors to see who playing in the Detroit area of any one good that is worthwhile

Tuesday - It always a big day it your a big fan of any bands in the indie world it went there new CD is out to a unsupping public also out on that day will be reissued DVD of music and TV on DVD

Friday - if you want to get out to see a movie but don't know what to see we have a a list of ever film that is out this week and the review take on the film and will take a little trip to the low price movie theaher of the dame in warren to see what playing there

and on Sunday a little weekend update for a rant on something or tear apart a list i see in a pop culture magazine and will always report on the latest breaking pop culture store in Detroit or any thing that cross my mind it will be good and always up to date.

But i can not do this alone so i will asked you for help, so if you hnow a good web sight or story to tell or you have info on a upcoming happened you can e-mail this blog sight the e-mail address is at

and please it got to be a real story no fake stuff please

so i hoped you enjoy this web sight.

Oh by the way about me, i wont get into much but i am vet. Of the scene for almost 10 years being a fixture of the Detroit culture scene

Keep on rocking in the free world

see you down the road

good night and good luck

New Music Tuesday

WEEK 19 [2007]
MAY 8, 2007

Today is May 8th, 2007 and there are birthday to go around this day.

1/11th of Earth, Wind & Fire, Philip Bailey is 56 today, not only he was a member of the 70's soul funk band, but he was also the duet partner of Phil Collins in the 1984 hit "Easy Lover" which hit No.2 that year.

And speaking of love songs, also born on this day in 1943, the Tennille in Captain & Tennille, Toni Tennille was born, and there was a force in the 70's with the songs "Love Will Keep Us Together", but there most remember for there TV Varted show that ran in the 1976 TV season.

also having birthday today Dave Rowntree of Blur is 43[1964],Talking Heads of the Chris Frantz is 56 as well[1951].

and this site which is one year old, but this section of the blog sight debut two week later.

and this section do what is told, today new music released from the only music that matters because today is

The Most Important New Released that Matters:

Keren Ann - Keren Ann (Blue Note)
Björk - Volta (Atlantic)

The Brakes - The Beatific Visions (enhanced; Rough Trade)

Electrelane - No Shouts No Calls (Too Pure)

Fields - Everything Last Winter (Atlantic)

Lisa Gerrard - Silver Tree (High Wire)
Great Lake Swimmers - Ongiara (Nettwerk)

Lavender Diamond - Imagine Our Love (digipak; Matador)

Maxïmo Park - Our Earthly Pleasures (Warp)

Mother Mother - Touch Up (Last Gang)
Mystery Jets - Zootime (Dim Mak)
New Years Day - My Dear (enhanced; TVT)

The Mary Timony Band - The Shapes We Make (Kill Rock Stars)
The Sea and Cake - Everybody (Thrill Jockey)
Elliott Smith - New Moon (two CDs; Kill Rock Stars)
Travis - The Boy With No Name (Epic)

The Other New Releases:

The Boggs - Forts (Gigantic)
The Clientele - God Save the Clientele (Merge)
Dan Deacon - Spiderman of the Rings (Carpark)
Linda Draper - Keepsake (Planting Seeds)
Goon Moon - Licker's Last Leg (Ipecac)
The Ike Reilly Assassination - We Belong to the Staggering Evening (Rock Ridge)
Antsy McClain and the Trailer Park Troubadours - Trailercana (DPR)
Page France - Page France and the Family Telephone (Suicide Squeeze)
Sea Wolf - Get to the River Before It Runs Too Low (EP; angerbird)
Tarwater - Spider Smile (Morr)
The Voyces - Kissing Like It's Love (Planting Seeds)
Weatherbox - American Art (Doghouse)
Wooden Stars - People Are Different (Sonic Unyon)
Shannon Wright - Let in the Light (Quarterstick)
Yacht - I Believe in You. Your Magic Is Real. (Marriage)

Notable Reissues and Archival Material:

The Coasters - The Definitive Soul Collection (Rhino) [Buy]
Jethro Tull - The Best of Acoustic Jethro Tull (Capitol/EMI)
Carole King - Love Makes the World - Deluxe Edition (two CDs; Rockingale)
KMFDM - Adios and Symbols (Metropolis)
Radiohead - Com Lag (2Plus2IsFive) (enhanced EP; Capitol)
The Rascals - The Definitive Pop Collection (Rhino)

Music DVDs:

John Coltrane - "Trane Tracks: The Legacy of John Coltrane" (Jazz Movie Classics)
Dinosaur Jr. - "Live in the Middle East" (Image)
The Knack - "On Stage at World Cafe Live" (Decca)
Living Colour - "On Stage at World Cafe Live" (Decca)
Thin Lizzy - "Up Close and Personal" (with book; Hurricane)

TV on DVD:

The 4400 - Season 3
Cagney & Lacey - Season 1
Daniel Boone - Season 3
Everybody Loves Raymond - The Complete 8th Season
Jam and Jerusalem (AKA Clatterford) - Season 1
Jason of Star Command - The Complete Series
McLeod's Daughters - Season 2
Mission: Magic! - The Complete Series
That '70s Show - Season 6
Trailer Park Boys - Season 6
Voltron: Defender of the Universe - Collection 3: Green Lion
The Waltons - The Complete 5th Season

Monday, May 07, 2007

Gig Gudie Monday

May 7th - May 13th



Pink -Jimmy Kimmel Live - ABC [From April 10th]
Feist - The Tonight Show with Jay Leno - NBC
Bloc Party - Last Call with Carson Daly - NBC
The Kooks - The Late Show With David Letterman - NBC
Patrick Wolf - Late Night with Conan O'Brien - NBC
Dinosaur Jr. - The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson - NBC
The Bird and the Bee - Late Night with Conan O'Brien - NBC


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
Sheffield Special/ Slow Club in session

Annie Mac

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

This Friday Mini Mix

Radio 2

The Eurovision Song Contest
Saturday at 3 PM EDT

get the vomit bag ready for the most chessy song contest in the world it call the Euro vision song contest that where 24 contry battle it out for best of europe and make the avdage music fan stick to there Stomce

BBC 6 Music

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

Monday and Tuesday
One Nation Under a Groove - George Clinton

Craig Charles celebrates the life and music of George Clinton - the leader of Parliament and Funkadelic.
This documentary was first broadcast in February 2005.

Wednesday and Thursday
The Sid Vicious Story

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

The Story of pop continues
This Week - Part 46 to 52

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

Concerts 4:00[AM UK/11 PM EST]

Monday - Ash - Glastonbury Festival 1997
Tuesday - John Martyn Band - Paris Theatre 1981
Wednesday - Girlschool - Paris Theatre 1982
Thursday - Deacon Blue - Manchester International Arena 1987
Friday - Kinks - Golders Green Hippodrome 1973
Saturday - Medicine Head - Paris Theatre 1973
Sunday - Lightening Seeds - Glastonbury Festival 1998

Sessions 4:30[AM UK/11:30 PM EST]

Mo-Dettes - 28/01/1980
Clor - 12/07/2005

Cabaret Voltaire - 10/04/1984
The Raveonettes - 2006

Modest Mouse - 13/07/1999
Regina Spektor - 30/06/2006

Flaco Jimenez - 26/11/1987
Laura Viers - 01/03/2005

Musical Youth - 22/04/1981
Dears - 23/06/2006

Au Pairs - 28/05/1980
I Am Kloot - 22/03/2005

Tom Hingley And The Modern Lovers - 30/03/2002
Radiohead - 14/09/1994

Gideon Coe
Weekday from 5 to 8 AM EST

Tuesday - Emma McGlynn and the Monorails
Wednesday - Candie Payne
Thursday - Twilight Sad

Queens of Noize Sonic Safari
Saturday 11 AM EST

This Week Sonic Safari
Food Safari

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

This Week in Session Little Barrie
This Week's Guests Asian Dub Foundation on Monday and Duke Special on Tuesday

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

Monday - The Postmarks
Tuesday - Midnight Movies
Wednesday - Stars of Track and Field
all live set are in PST, Three Hours behind EST

The Saturday Knights Guest DJ with John in the Morning - Monday - 9:00am
Angelique Kidjo - Monday - 7:00pm
Jeff Kanzler - Thursday - 8:00pm
Joy Wants Eternity - Saturday - 6:00pm
Brides of Obscurity - Saturday - 8:00pm

Satulitte Radio


Spectrum [Ch.18]

Nordic Rox One Year Anniversary
Celebrate the one year anniversary of Nordic Rox! This weekend Nordic Rox creator/Roxette guitarist Per Gessle will talk about the show's growth over its first year. Plus, Howlin' Pelle of The Hives, along with co-hosts the Money Brothers, will be playing guest DJ for the last half of the show.

Rebroadcast: Weds., May 9th @ 11 pm ET & Sat., May 12th @ 8 pm ET.

Tori Amos’ American Doll Posse replay
Monday - 12:00 am ET

If you missed our live broadcast of Tori Amos’ performance the night she released her American Doll Posse album, you’re in luck: we’re replaying it. And after the performance, Tori sits down for an in depth conversation with The Spectrum’s Demos.

Little Steven Underground Garage (Ch.25)

Left of Center (Ch.26)

Left of Sessions
Wednesdays 9 pm
Rebroadcast Fridays noon ET

This Week New Session - Klaxons
This Week Arcived Sessions - Fiona Apple and Gang Of Four

SIRIUS Disorder (Ch.32)

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

Monday - Fountains of Wayne
Tuesday - Page France
Wednesday - The Frames
Thursday - Albert Hammond Jr.
Friday - Jarvis Cocker

XM Radio

XM Cafe Live: Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals (Encore)
Thursday - 12AM ET - XM Cafe - XM 45

Live From The Knitting Factory: White Whale
Friday - 10PM ET - XMU - XM 43
Saturday - 2PM ET - XMU - XM 43
Sunday - 6AM ET - XMU - XM 43

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



Tuesday - FISHBONE!
Friday - !!! (CHK CHK CHK)



Maigic Bag


with a live performance from Glen Hansard (of the Frames) and Marketa Irglova
Don’t miss your chance to attend a very special sneak preview for Once. Once (winner of the prestigious Audience Award
at the Sundance Film Festival) tells the story of two drifting musicians who find each other in the unlikeliest of settings and start up a band. The stars of the film Glan Hansard (of the Frames) and Marketa Irglova will perform a
live set after the film! Seating is first come, first served!

Monday -
Friday - Leon Russell with Laith Al Saadi
Saturday - The Robin Horlock Band with BandB & Cor Vadis

Lager House

Thursday - Luxury Flats / The Royal Affairs
Saturday - Prime Ministers / Sunday Painters / Mano Y Mano

Saint Andrews Hall

Wednesday - Paramore
Saturday - Electric Six


Saturday - Jesse Malin


Monday - Copeland w/ As Tall As Lions, Pilot Speed
Tuesday - MKUltra Culkin, Wake Up Chatanooga, Sun Tzu Cadre, The Chairman
Wednesday - The Setup w/ Mahoney, Two Roads to Mexico
Thursday - Funk 45 Party w/ Brad Hales, and Frank Raines
Friday - Mando Diao w/ Pop Levi, The Films
Saturday - Nomo

The Belmont

Thursday - Resident Alien and more
Friday - B.A. Baracus (Columbus), the Good Things and more
Saturday - Oscillating Fan Club, Church of the Red Museum and more


Wednesday - HiFi Handgrenades & Shadiamond Le Freedom
Thursday - Left in Ruin, RTX (formerly Royal Lux), TOTIMOSHI
Friday - ALL AGES SHOW! One Under, Hogan Says
Saturday - Decibilt

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

Tuesday - Sightings/Demons (Nate of Wolf Eyes, Steve of People's Records)

State Theatre

Friday - Visa Signature Presents Elvis Costello & The Imposters
Saturday - Hellogoodbye with Boys Like Girls & The Rocket Summer
Sunday - Mastodon, Against Me! & Cursive with These Arms Are Snakes

Fox Theatre

Wednesday - The Killers
Friday - BET Presents Price of Fame Tour Starring: Bow Wow wsg/Lloyd, Crime Mob, Sammy, Huey, Jibbs and Shay

Cobo Arena

Saturday - Heaven and Hell

The Palace of Auburn Hills

Saturday - Lynyrd Skynyrd / Hank Williams Jr.

Live From Culture City

This Week Live From Culture City

Is one of my fave bands here in the Detroit Area

The Von Bondies

The Band from in 2000 when two classmate at Oakland Commity College Jason Stollsteimer and Marcie Bolen when to see a show at Ponitac Clught Cargo, it was the vamps with Japanese rock & roll band Guitar Wolf, that gig made jason to from the band "The Baby killers" back in 2000, that name chang later on to the Von Bondies and have released three album 2001 "Lack of Communication", 2003 Peel Sesstion album "Raw and Rare, and 2004 "Pawn Shoppe Heart"

there working to released there Follow up Album sometime this year

The Concert were going to see was in film back in Feb. 2002 back when they have the carrie smith in the band

So live in Culture CIty

It The Von Bondies

Sunday, May 06, 2007

The Film Gudie Top 10

Well we knew when that coming in this weekend since Spiderman 3 was book for a May 4th released it would be the Number one film this week

But the big question everybody was asking how much it would take in the box office and would it break a record held since last summer when "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" made a Unheard of $135.6 million.

Well the returns from overseas was the first good sings when it made about $28 millions over sea Box Office, but it got even better news when on Saturday news came over the Wire that it made on that Friday

$59.3 million

so after the end of the three days of this weekend


The Most for any other movie in US domestic box office history

it did even three times better the "Mission: Impossible III"[take that tom Cruise]
Amy Pascal, Sony Pictures co-chairman said in a released "Sam Raimi is a genius," "I could have never envisioned this. What I was hoping was we would just break the `Spider-Man 1' record. This is beyond my wildest dream."

and the total Worldwide for this film in it opening week $375 million.
$117 million more than its whopping budget for this film and by next week it will enter next weekend crossing over $200 Million Dollars.


Oh By the way if you are wondering there was one other film that opened this week the romantic poker drama "Lucky You" with Drew Barrymore, Eric Bana and Robert Duvall
finish 6th but with a bomb out with a poorly $2.5 million.

"Disturbia" [Which was No.1 for three week running] finish a way, way, way, way, distant No 2. with $5.7 million

The Rest of the top 10[or could i say what left of the top ten] goes Like this:

1. "Spider-Man 3," $148 million.
2. "Disturbia," $5.7 million.
3. "Fracture," $3.4 million.
4. "The Invisible," $3.1 million.
5. "Next," $2.8 million.
6. "Lucky You," $2.5 million.
7. "Meet the Robinsons," $2.46 million.
8. "Blades of Glory," $2.3 million.
9. "Hot Fuzz," $2.1 million.
10. "Are We Done Yet?", $1.7 million