Saturday, June 16, 2007

The List

Tuesdays 10p - 12a
w/ Melody Licious & Suzy Cole
PLAYLIST FOR WEEK #72 (6/12/07)

1) The Saltminers – Lonely Times
2) Cetan Clawson – White Heat
3) Josh Daniels And The Addictions – Jesus With A Crow
4) Deadstring Brothers – Sacred Heart
5) Insane Clown Posse – Bowling Balls
6) Electric Six – Improper Dancing
7) Koffin Kats – Perfect Suicide
8) The Black List – Laughing At You
9) Taproot – Poem
10) Woodward – Days You Come From
11) Whitey Morgan – Honkey Tonk Angel
12) The Hotwalls – Broken Windows
13) The Amino Acids – Destroy The Warming Sun
14) Easy Action – Friends Of Rock And Roll
15) Cowboy Messiah – I Want Mine
16) Drew 32 – Pleasure Island
17) Scott Morgan’s Powertrane – I Stole Everything
18) The Muldoons – Driver’s License
19) The Sights – All Night Long Stay
20) The Muggs – Should’ve Learned My Lesson
21) The Displays – The City
22) The Decks – What You Said
23) Hellen – Heart
24) Bedford Drive – Even If I Go
25) Great Lakes Myth Society – Queen Of The Barley Fool
26) Grayling – Drown
27) Dirty Americans – Jet Black Holy Water
28) Esquire – Spin The Bottle
29) Blue Black Hours – Space Lightning
30) Jarrod Champion Sleeps Till Dusk – King Comfortable
31) Aquarius Void – Mouth Of Shiva

Cowboys & Indies
Saturday From 9:30 PM - Midnight
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playlist for June 9

1. idlewild - a ghost in the arcade
2. black rebel motorcycle cclub - 666 conducer
3. the cliks - start leading me on
4. maximo park - apply some pressure (request)
5. arctic monkeys - do me a favour
6. parka - if you wanna?
7. hadouken - that boy that girl
8. sleeper - statuesque (request)
9. long blondes - once and never again
10. new young pony club - the bomb
11. you say party! we say die! - monster
12. radar - war out there (request)
13. madness - sorry feat. sway & baby blue
14. mark ronson - pretty green feat. santo gold
15. mia - boyz
16. feist - my moon my man
lp session #1 the twang "love it when i feel like this"
17. the twang - ice cream sundae
18. the twang - push the ghosts
19. the twang - loosely dancing
20. the twang - cloudy room
21. editors - smokers outside the hospital doors
22. fields - you don't need this song (to fix your broken heart)
23. ghosts - the world is outside
24. new pornographers - my rights versus yours
25. dogs - dirty little shop
26. air traffic -shooting star
27. the go! team - grip like a vice
28. the coral - who's gonna find me
lp session #2 help she can't swim "the death of nightlife"
29. help she can't swim - apes and pigs at the vulture coliseum
30. help she can't swim - i think the records stopped
31. help she can't swim - dragged under a wave
32. thirteen senses - follow me
33. biffy clyro - living is a problem because everything dies
34. get cape wear cape fly - call me ishmael
35. young galaxy - the sun's coming up and my plane's going down

Aural Bliss
Every Sunday at 10 PM EST

Playlist for June 10th

1. verve - history
2. sigur ros - hoppipolla
3. erasure - i could fall in love with you
4. lcd soundsystem - someone great
5. thom yorke - black swan
6. orb - little fluffy clouds
7. the the - the whisperers
8. cure - six different ways
9. gene - truth, rest your head
10. smiths - girl afraid
11. elbow - teardrop
12. embrace - gravity
13. athlete - chances
14. tears - apollo 13
15. flunk - heavenly
16. emiliana torrini - to be free
17. kate havnevik - new day
18. telepopmusic - breathe
19. theivery corporation - lebanese blonde
20. a fine frenzy - rangers
21. sundays - summertime
22. cocteau twins - cico buff
23. clan of xymox - heroes
24. joy division - she's lost control

Playlist for June 3rd

1. Garbage - Bleed Like Me
2. Delerium Feat. Leigh Nash Of - Innocent
3. Moontrees - Unwanted
4. Neverending White Lights - The Grace ft. Dallas Green (Al
5. Adam Franklin - Sundown
6. Jeff Buckley - Vancouver
7. Smashing Pumpkins - Spaceboy
8. Polyphonic Spree - Light & Day / Reach For The Sun
9. South - Paint The Silence
10. Ride - Leave Them all Behind
11. Radio Dept - The Worst Taste In Music
12. Unkle - Persons & Machinery (Ft Autolux)
13. Bush - Letting the cables sleep
14. David Bowie - Sunday
15. Depeche Mode - Home
16. Motorcycle - Imagination (Accoustic)
17. Dido - Isobel
18. Cocteau Twins - Bluebeard
19. Innocence Mission - Sorry and Glad Together
20. Flat7 - Smile (Robin Guthrie Remix) ft Miki Berenyi
21. Coldplay - Politik
22. Inspiral Carpets - Two Worlds Collide
23. Charlatans UK - Weirdo
24. Curve - Fait Accompli

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

Sun, June 10
Dead Air #162

Reissue of the Week!!
The Afghan Whigs “Unbreakable (A Retrospective)” (Rhino)

1. The Afghan Whigs - Debonair (Rhino CD)
2. Get Him Eat Him - 2 X 2 (Absolutely Kosher CD)
3. Brothers & Sisters - Los Angeles (Calla Lily CD)
4. Trembling Blue Stars - Darker Colder Slower (Elefant CD)
5. The Cribs - Men’s Needs (Wichita CD)
6. People Noise - Sedation (self released CD)
7. The Horrors - Count In Fives (Loog CD)
8. The Long Blondes - Once & Never Again (Rough Trade CD)
9. Looker - Gregory (self released CD)
10. The Rentals - Life Without A Brain (Boompa CDEP)
11. Shakes - Sister Self Doubt (Telle CDS)
12. Project Jenny, Project Jan - Dia De Los Ninos (Might CD)
13. The Rosebuds - When The Lights Went Dim (Merge CD)
14. Lenka - We Will Not Grow Old (self released CDEP)
15. Justice in studio session
exclusive one hour mix w/ various artists
[The Whole Second half of the Show]

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

Playlist for June 11th

1. Kaiser Chiefs – The Angry Mob
2. Mika – Grace Kelly
3. Morrissey – Everyday Is Like Sunday
4. Editors – Smokers Outside the Hospital Doors
5. Kings of Leon – On Call
6. Maximo Park – By the Monument
7. The Donnas – School’s Out
8. The Rentals – A Little Bit of You in Everything
9. The Great Northern – Home
10. The Rentals – Last Romantic Day
11. The Ravonettes – Chain Gang of Love
12. The Cramps – Jailhouse Rock
13. Prison Chixxx – Prison Break
14. The Runaways – Dead End Justice
15. The Cramps – Miniskirt Blues
16. The Star 69 – So What Is the News
17. Voxtrot – Every Day
18. The Electric Soft Parade – Life In the Backseat
19. The Bravery – This Is Not the End
20. The Star 69 – Modern Soul
21. Redd Kross – Linda Blair 1984
22. Noisettes – Scratch Your Name
23. Joan Jett and the Blackhearts – Tube Talkin’
24. The Dollyrots – Brand New Key
25. Metric – Combat Baby
26. Plasticines – Shake (Twist Around the Fire)
27. They Might Be Giants – I’m Impressed
28. The Cribs – Men’s Needs
29. The Mooney Suzuki – Rock ‘n’ Roller Girl
30. Belle and Sebastian – The Blues Are Still Blue
31. Scissors For Lefty – Next To Argyle
32. William Tell – Fairfax (You’re Still the Same)
33. Love – Maybe the People Would Be the Times Or Between Clark and Hilldale
34. Paul Avalon – Have You Seen the Walking Dogs on Sunset?
35. Rodney and the Brunettes – Little GTO
36. The Long Blondes – Madame Ray
37. Slinky Vagabond – Glitterbug
38. Test Your Reflex – Thinking of You
39. Travis – Closer
40. Mika – Love Today
41. The Long Blondes – Giddy Stratospheres
42. Editors – Smokers Outside the Hospital Doors Top 20 Album
as of June 16th

1 - Voxtrot - Easy
2 - The High Strung - Watch Me Sustain...
3 - White Rabbits - The Plot
4 - Wilco - Impossible Germany
5 - The Bees - Got To Let Go
6 - Charlotte Gainsbourg - Little Monsters
7 - Pela - Your Desert's Not A Desert...
8 - Feist - How My Heart Behaves
9 - The Cribs - Men's Needs
10 - Battles - Atlas
11 - White Rabbits - While We Go Dancing
12 - Electrelane - Five
13 - Rock Plaza Central - My Children, Be Joyful
14 - Rock Plaza Central - When We Go, How We Go
15 - The White Stripes - Rag and Bone
16 - Spoon - You Got Yr. Cherry Bomb
17 - Datarock - Laurie
18 - Minus The Bear - Dr. L'Ling
19 - Boom Bip - Coogi Sweater
20 - Modest Mouse - We've Got Eve

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 June 11th

Maximo Park – ‘Books From Boxes’
XX Teens – ‘Darlin’

Rock n Roll News

Air Traffic – ‘Shooting Star’

Headline Makers – The Twang
The Twang – ‘Cloudy Room’
The Twang – ‘Push The Ghost’
The Twang – ‘Either Way’

Blood Red Shoes – ‘It’s Getting Boring By The Sea’

INMWT at Download Festival
Chatting to Slash, Perry Farrell, Dragonforce, Cory Taylor, Frank Gallows and Lights Action

The Enemy – ‘Had Enough’

What the people of Download are listening to
Slayer – ‘Mandatory Suicide’

To My Boy – live in session from Maida Vale
In The Zone

Art Brut – ‘Direct Hit’

Final Five
Cancer Bats – ‘French Invasion’
The Teenagers – ‘Homecoming’
Hell Is For Heroes – ‘You’ve Got Hopes’
Captain Polaroid – ‘When The Calendar Comes Down’
Koopa – ‘One Off Song For The Summer’

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

Playlist for June 13th

1. Pete and the Pirates – 'Come On Feet '

2. Lucy and the Caterpillar - ‘Kings Cross’

3. Tiny Dancers – ‘Hemsworth School Hall’
Album - ‘Free School Milk’

4. Spearmint Rhino Horns – ‘Monkey Club’
Earth Scorchers compilation album

5. The Hold Steady – ‘Chips Ahoy’
Album – ‘Boys and Girls in America’

6. Goldenboy – ‘Wild Was The Night’
Album – ‘Blue Swan Orchestra’

7. The Lovers – ‘Crik Crak’

8. Be Be See – ‘Disney Eyes’

9. Maximo Park – ‘Books For Boxes’
Album – ‘Books For Boxes’

10. Kathy Greenholdt & The Edsel Bros. – ‘Summer’s Through’
Album – ‘Wake-Up Prayer’

11. Air Traffic – ‘Shooting Star’
Album - ‘Fractured Life’

12. Bat For Lashes – ‘What’s A Girl To Do ?’
Album – ‘Fur And Gold’

13. Fanfarlo – ‘Fire Escape’

14. Tim Armstrong – ‘In To Action’
Album – ‘A Poet’s Life’

15. Me and the Major - ‘I’ll never starve but I sure am getting skinny’
EP - Songs For John Street

Friday, June 15, 2007

The Gig Gudie Weekend in Review

Well this weekend is a lot more calmer then last weekend breakout where there was about five or six good shows all happening at the same time well this week is a lot more calmer then the weekend, which is always a good sing.

This Week action is More Sperd out thought the three days than on the same night at the same time which is tough in asking you self where do you want to go.

We Begin with Friday and i have two gig for you, First off at the St.Andrew Hall there is the indie band from Long Island call "Straylight Run" who will released there follow-up album called "The Needles, The Space" on New Music Tuesday, they cart a hugh Following among the indie press in 2004 with there self title debut will be in Detroit with fellow rocker Sparta, now this is a early show as it will begin at six.

And After that you can go up the road for you fill of live and local music at the Stick were the local indie pop outfit "Woodward" is playing a gig to celebrate the released of there new album "... But your kids are going to love it".

The Band have been playing to gether since 2004 "Have been called a poor man version of the rock group Wezzer.

That Show will begging at 8 PM with "Band B" and "Manna and Quial" Opening up for them.

On Saturday Night at the Lager House in the Western Edge of Downtown will be a Muggs Doubleheader where the self Descird Ugliest band in the world will played two show one at 5 P.M. with This year Detroit News Battle of the band winner "The Displays" and Smashed Windows [which feather member of both displays and The Muldoons] and one at 9 PM with collage age band The Decks and Alternative Classic Rock from Chicago "The Ivorys"

and Down the Road and at st. Andrew hall but at the shelter there will be a good pair of Indie rockers there New Zealand rocker The Veils who will share the Stage with super rocker from Brooklyn "The Comas" both band have in the last couple of Months have released album with "The Veils releasing "Nux Vomica" and "the Comas" releasing there album 'Spells" the show will begin at 8:30 PM

also at the Magic stick on Saturday Night where "The Amino Acids will played a gig to celebrate there brand new Collection of there brand of Surf Punk rock for the bowling/sci fi crowd there New album is called "Humanity Will Fall Like Pins" the show will begin at 9 P.M.

and if you think there is nothing going on Sunday night there is the band is band that is worth your addition on Sunday Night at the Stick, it the L.A. Eletro pop/ New Wave/ indie rock outfit "Shiny Toy Guns" who released the well put together dubut album "We Are Pilots" last year and there live set really light up the stick the last time there was here so are a word of cation get your Ear Plug ready it going to be loud, it at the stick Sunday night at 8 P.M. and get there early if like the "Arcade Fire" Have Book a live gig in Detroit and tickets goes on Sale.

The Other gig This Week end in detroit

on Friday Barenaked Ladies playing the DTE Energy Music Theatre, dax riggs from Deadboy & The Elephantmen is playing a solo set at the lager House, Tony Bennet is playing Detroit Opera House.

On Saturday 60's teen idols Leslie Gore is playiong the Ark in Ann Arbor, the Fray with O.K. GO is at DTE Theatre, Dutch Pink, Lime Regal, Helen are playing at Small's in Hamtramck, Jarrod Champion Sleeps Till Dusk and playing a gig at the Belmont in Hamtramck with Cleveland Black Canary and House of Fire, Scott Morgan's Powertrane played with The Sights, The Muldoons at the Blind Pig in Ann Arbor, WILLY MASON is playing a free show at the Magic Bag in Frendale, and there is a Dally in Alley Fundrasier with DJ at the Cass Cafe this Saturday.

And Don't forget the Dally in the Alley is on Sept 8th with a Sept 9th

if not going out on the Week end there is the Webcast of the Bonnaro Music Festival this weekend in Manchester, TN now tickets are sold out, but you can see a webcast on the ATT blue room at where you can find a full lind up of what band will be playing live and if you ask one of the band will be webcast will be the White Stripes.

and there are two non-music related Items: If you Miss it at 11 A.M. this Morning CBS will replayed Bob Barker last ever "Price is Right" [Which was taped last week} tonight at 8 P.M. and if music or TV is not your thing and some i forgot on the Film Giude Friday post.

The Planet Ant Film Festival which take place this weekend at the planet ant theater in Hamtramck the event which in it Five year celebrates independent movies and the people who make them, featuring comedies, dramas, documentaries, animation and music videos.

it will warp up with there Awards Ceremony at 10 pm, and the Film Jury include Larry Joe Campbell of the recently cancel "According to Jim" and Josh Funk of MTV "Wild 'N Out" if you want to find more info just go to the websight at

What ever you do have a good weekend
and it perfit at Justin Verlander NO-NO on Tuesday Night

Film Gudie Friday

This week we have film base on a comic book a film base on a video game, a film base on a Novel and two that invole Love in this week New Movie Friday.
"The Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer"[PG]

The four face another threat from Victor Von Doom and the power-hungry Galactus while they try to get a bead on the enigmatic Silver Surfer (Doug Jones).

"Nancy Drew"[PG]

Everybody's favorite girl detective (Emma Roberts, niece of Julia) tries to solve a Hollywood murder mystery while accompanying her dad on a Los Angeles business trip.


Three fighters (Jaime Pressly, Holly Valance and Devon Aoki) team up for some serious butt-kicking-in-bikinis in this action film based on the video game.

"La Vie en Rose"[PG-13]

A biography of the tragic French chanteuse Edith Piaf notable only for a fantastic performance by Marion Cotillard as the singer.

"Crazy Love"[PG-13]

Burt Pugach is a married, ambulance-chasing Bronx lawyer who sweeps a 21-year-old blond beauty off her feet in the 1950s. When she gets engaged to another man, he hires thugs to throw acid in her face and is sentenced to 30 years. When he gets out, he has one thing on his mind: rewinning her love. A documentary.

And beginning this week at the Detroit Film Theater the DFT will have a Summer Film Series the will show a feather Film from on Thursday, Saturday and Sunday with a live music act on Friday and this Summer them for the Summer on Saturday it the Monster Double Feather begin at 2 PM.

this weekend Main Film


(Iran—2006—directed by Jafar Panahi)

What does a girl have to do to get into a soccer stadium? Plenty, when women are banned from such an exclusively male and “profane” activity. From renowned Iranian director Jafar Panahi (The White Balloon) comes a tale of some daring young women who choose to celebrate both their fandom and their feminism by demonstrating a resourcefulness rarely seen in Iranian depictions of sexual segregation. Dressing as boys to sneak into the game – and being caught by guards who plan to turn them over to the vice squad – is just the beginning of their ordeal in Offside, an unpredictable, spontaneous, lively and subversively comic salute to the unending and universal hunger for equality, self-expression, and a good seat at the game. Grand Jury Prize, 2006 Berlin International Film Festival. In Persian with English subtitles. (93 min.)

Showing Saturday 7 pm and 9:30 PM
Sunday 4 PM and 9 PM

this week First Crether Double Feather

Showing beging at 2 PM


(USA—1957—directed by Nathan Juran)


An American rocket ship returns from a trip to Venus, splashing down near the coast of Sicily. Along with its sole human survivor is a very much alive Venusian monster known as an Ymir, which soon grows to mammoth proportions in Earth’s atmosphere. Hopped up on his diet of sulphur and none too pleased with being poked and prodded by scientists, the Ymir (aided by Ray Harryhausen’s splendid special effects) goes on a satisfyingly destructive rampage, tearing down what’s left of the Roman Forum and wrestling with an elephant before making his last, defiant stand at the top of the Coliseum.


PLUS: the wonderfully colorful 1967 Son of Godzilla (directed by Jun Fukuda), in which Japan’s favorite monster tries to teach his young son, Minya, to breathe fire just like his old man. Alas, at his age, little Minya can only blow smoke rings, but he makes his dad proud anyway. Ideal for Father’s Day! New TohoScope print, in Japanese with English subtitles! (double feature runs 167 min.)
[This is what i can Find on You tube and the Text is in Japnessie]

And New this week at the discount Movie Theater AKA the Cinemark Movies 16 in Warrern.


Next Week news films in Detroit:

A Mighty Heart (R)

Angelina Jolie stars as the wife of reporter Daniel Pearl, who was kidnapped and murdered while on assignment in Pakistan in 2002.

1408 (PG-13)

John Cusack stars as a horror novelist who gets a taste of his own fiction when he checks into a notoriously haunted hotel room.

Evan Almighty (PG)

Steve Carell stars as a self-obsessed congressman who is commanded by God to build an ark to prepare for a flood.

You Kill Me (R)

Ben Kingsley is a mob hitman whose drinking problem lands him in AA, where he falls for a woman who is related to his next hit.

The Gig Gudie

And We Got the Webcast line up for the Bonnarro Music Festival which is happen this week in Manchester, Tennessen.

The Festival is all Sold out but you can see it on the ATT Blueroom at and click on Bonnarro and if i do any live blogging at all it will be at the Mini blog sight at Jaiku at

Here is the Full Line Up:

June 15th Lineup

1:30 PM Uncle Earl
2:15 PM Cold War Kids
3:15 PM Brazilian Girls
4:45 PM KIngs of Leon
6:00 PM Paolo Nutini
7:15 PM Gillian Welch
8:45 PM The Nightwatchman
10:00 PM Lilly Allen
11:00 PM The Roots

June 16th Lineup*

1:45 PM Old Crow Medicine Show
2:45 PM Spearhead
3:15 PM Regina Spektor
4:30 PM The Black Keys
5:15 PM Damien Rice
6:45 PM Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals
8:45 PM The Hold Steady
9:15 PM Mago: Billy Martin & John Medeski
10:45 PM TBA
11:15 PM String Cheese Incident

June 17th Lineup

1:30 PM Robert Glasper Trio
2:00 PM John Butler Trio
3:00 PM The Flaming Lips
4:00 PM Bob Weir & Ratdog
5:30 PM Wolfmother
6:30 PM Wilco
8:15 PM The White Stripes
9:45 PM Widespread Panic

Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Your New Fave Band

Now that your fave band that suddenly fade to black
[Pardon the pun from the Spanono Finally]
and you are trying to find your new Fave band
here is One as you try to find your new Fave band.

In Today Post

we look at a band from the Sheffield, England they follow the path for other bands from Sheffield like Human League,Heaven 17,ABC,the Thompson Twins,Def Leppard, Joe Cocker, and Pulp.

The Band is Called "The Long Blondes"

the band have been around since 2004 and have mix 60's pop, Buzzcocks, The Ramones, post-punk and New Wave, and not only that have added Stlye and Glamorm to the band lead by there Beautifully lead singers Kate Jackson[not to ber confuse with the other Kate Jackson from Charlie Angels} Last year she made the NME Cool list last year at No.3 a big Jump from 2005 when she was at No.39

Last year the band released there Debut CD "Someone to Drive You Home" which made the N.M.E. top 50 album of 2006, and they just released the album here in US with four extra Tracks.

The CD is produced by bassist of Pulp Steve Mackey and among the band influences, the one and only Burt Bacharach

The Other Member of the band are Dorian Cox[Lead guitar and keyboards]Reenie Hollis [Bass guitar and backing vocals], Emma Chaplin [Rhythm guitar, Keyboards and backing vocals],Screech Louder[Drums]

if you are going to the show tonight here are some video from "Someone to Drive You Home"

Weekend Without Makeup - The Long Blondes

The Long Blondes - Once and Never Again

The Long Blondes, Separated by Motorways

New Music Tuesday

WEEK 24 [2007]
JUNE 12,2007

Today is Tuesday the Second week of June and on this day when in a attempt to draw insert in the sport when Major League Baseball started Inter-league play, I decide to make a shout out to a fellow blogger, a good friend, and always a real joker, and to say yes i do listen to every CD that up on Aol music for a week which include "Fiest".

Happy Birthday to the Editor of a blog which is name after a EP by Jonathan Fire Eater, Founder of Cass Record [who released the Muldoons Full LP on Saturday] and Drummer of the best live band Still in Detroit "The Dirtbombs".

Happy Birthday Ben Blackwell, who turn 25 today.

it a good expect on this day six year later topping the Billborad Chart on that this day was UK singer Rick Astley hit No. 1 with his sappy song "Together Forever" [don't remember the song look below] and every since Ben Blackwell have always telling us to by the Good Stuff.

Hey hoping you don't by the bad rock because it now time for the post that took only three hours to put together to show case the only bands that matters because today is Tuesday and it

Local Released:

The Muldoons - The Muldoons [Cass Records]

Great Lakes Myth Society - Compass Rose Bouquet [Quack! Media]

The Most Music That Matters:

Datarock - Datarock Datarock (Nettwerk)

Joan as Police Woman - Real Life (Cheap Lullaby)

Abra Moore - On the Way (Sarathan)

Queens of the Stone Age - Era Vulgaris (Interscope)

Mark Ronson - Version (Red Ink)

New Releases:

Blitzen Trapper - Wild Mountain Nation (Lidkercow)
Block - The Last Single Guy (Sona Blast!)

Sarah Borges and the Broken Singles - Diamonds in the Dark (Sugar Hill)
Chow Nasty - Super (Electrical) Recordings (Omega)
Paula Cole - Courage (Decca)
The Conformists - Three Hundred (54-40 or Fight)
Robin Guthrie and Harold Budd - After the Night Falls and Before the Day Breaks (Darla)
Michael Hearst - Songs for Ice Cream Trucks (Bar/None)

The Lodger - Grown-Ups (Slumberland)

Mad Juana - Acoustic Voodoo (Azra)
Paramore - Riot! (MVI album with bonus CD due same day; Fueled by Ramen)

People Noise - Ordinary Ghosts (self-released)
Saturna - Some Delicious Enemy (Nexus Underground) [Buy Now]
David Vandervelde - Nothin No (EP; Secretly Canadian)
Wooden Wand - James & the Quiet (Ecstatic Peace)


Instant Karma: The Amnesty International Campaign to Save Darfur (two CDs; Warner Bros.)


"Nancy Drew"

Notable Reissues and Archival Material:

Dick Dale - Checkered Flag (Sundazed)
Dick Dale - King of the Surf Guitar (Sundazed)
Dick Dale - Mr. Eliminator (Sundazed)
Dick Dale - Summer Surf (Sundazed)
Moe. - Warts & All 5 (three-CD box set; Fat Boy)
Nada Surf - Karmic (Hi-Speed Soul)
Sonic Youth - Daydream Nation - Deluxe Edition (two CDs; Geffen/UMe)

Traveling Wilburys - The Traveling Wilburys Collection (two CDs and one DVD; deluxe edition due same day; Rhino)

Music DVDs:

Black Sabbath - "Up Close and Personal" (Hurricane) [Buy Now]
Deep Purple - "Live at Montreux 2006" (Eagle Vision) [Buy Now]
Various artists - "Atlantic Records: The House That Ahmet Built" (Rhino)
Various artists - "Glastonbury" (two DVDs; Velocity)

Digital Releases:

The Dilettantes - 101 Tambourines (in stores July 10; StrangerTouch)
Metric - Grow Up and Blow Away (available exclusively on iTunes until June 26, when it is properly released; Last Gang)

TV on DVD:

Blue Murder - Set 1
Deadwood - The Complete 3rd Season
Diagnosis Murder - The Complete 2nd Season
Doc Martin - Series 1
The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries - Season 2
Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List - Season 1
Mile High - Season 2, Volume 1 and 2
The Practice - Volume 1
The Rat Patrol - The Complete 2nd Season
Red Shoe Diaries - Season 1 (Limited Edition)
Trapped in TV Guide - Season 1
Waiting for God - Series 2
Walker, Texas Ranger - The Complete 3rd Season
Welcome Back, Kotter - The Complete 1st Season
What's Happening Now! - The Complete 1st Season

Oh by the way Next week
Jack is Back and he bring meg along for the ride.


Monday, June 11, 2007

The Gig Guide in review

Well after a long weekend which you have to ask which show am i going to on Saturday night [There was about four or five gig going on at the same time] we have to rest on Sunday for the five day work week and looking at the week to see if there any good show to go there is breakout date this week, if you thought Saturday Night was tough to pick a show, try finding a show on Tuesday Night

Highlighting the Night on Tuesday Night will be the Detroit debut of the Sheffield, England Five piece "The Long Blondes" who just released there debut album "Someone to Drive You Home" Newcomers "Nicole Atkins and the Sea" and local fave "the Nice Device" which feather the prettiest and well dress rocker in all Detroit Alicia Grub will open up and it is a early show with doors open at 8 P.M.

I talk more about "the Lone Blondes" tomorrow as part of you fave new band

other shows on Tuesday will be a band that was recommend by the co-host of Detroit Local 101[Riff 2 - Tuesday 10PM WRIF-HD2] Melody Licious is the Austin,Texas Psychedelic Hard Rock LIONS!!!, and what i been told they have a very chaotic, high-energy live act not to be miss, opening up for them is the local up and Comers "Siddartha".

also if you still have a lifetime membership card to Juggalos nation, it time to dust that off because Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope will bring the Insane Clown Posse for a gig this Tuesday at the St. Andrew Hall in support for the new album just released in March call "The Tempest"

One Word of Advice. pleased bring you clean Closet Because there will be penalty of faygo to be spray

Also on Tuesday at the State Theater in Downtown Detroit experimental Metal band the Deftones it will also be the last concert under the name the State Theater, because last March Concert Promoter Live Nation decied to franchise the State Theater with the name of the Legionnaire Name of a Famous concert Hall in San Fransisco "The Fillmore" so this Wednesday the place we called the State Theater will now be called "The Fillmore Detroit" and there first gig at the Fillmore Detroit: "Fergie"

Other gig in and around Detroit This Week

Fountains of Wayne play St. Andrew tonight [Monday}

Todd Deatherage played the Belmont on Wednesday with Tone & Niche

the punk rock band from nearby Cincinnati viva la foxx played the Lager House on Wednesday.

Also playing the Lager House on Thursday will be the First show of the new band of "Serenity Courts" which feather former Outrages Cherry Drummer Carey Gustafson, her sister Emily and a cartoonist Annette Walowicz.

if i miss any thing this week pleased E-mail me at culturecitynewstips[at]

and what ever you do please promote you album like member of the Arcade Fire did on one of the last taping of the Price is right with Bob Barker that was found on you tube:

The Film Gudie Top 10

Well i was in the Middle of writing a breakdown of this weekend box office but just as i was going to post it, it go lost ouch, so to not waste up so much time rewriting it i post up the full top 10 which was won by George Clooney and the Gang of "Ocean Thirteen"

The Full top ten:

1. "Ocean's Thirteen," $37.1 million.
2. "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End," $21.3 million.
3. "Knocked Up," $20 million.
4. "Surf's Up," $18 million.
5. "Shrek the Third," $15.75 million.
6. "Hostel: Part II," $8.75 million.
7. "Mr. Brooks," $5 million.
8. "Spider-Man 3," $4.4 million.
9. "Waitress," $1.65 million.
10. "Disturbia," $550,000.

The Gig Gudie

June 11th - June 17th



Feist - Jimmy Kimmel Live -ABC
El-P - Late Night with Conan O'Brien - NBC
Fiction Plane - Jimmy Kimmel - ABC
Feist - Late Night with Conan O'Brien - NBC
Ian Hunter - The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson - CBS
Satellite Party - Last Call with Carson Daly - NBC
Patty Griffin - Late Night with Conan O'Brien - NBC
Mute Math - The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson - CBS
Satellite Party - Last Call with Carson Daly - NBC
Bloc Party - The Tonight Show with Jay Leno - NBC
Satellite Party - Last Call with Carson Daly - NBC
Avril Lavigne - The Tonight Show with Jay Leno - NBC
Satellite Party - Last Call with Carson Daly - 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

Annie Mac

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

BBC 6 Music

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

Monday and Tuesday - The Stranglers
Wednesday and Thursday - Summer of 67: Monterey

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

This week -
The Record Producers Continued

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

Monday - Kraftwerk - Tribal Gathering 1997
Tuesday - B B King - Glasgow Jazz Festival 1991
Wednesday - Blur - London Astoria 1997
Thursday - Stevie Winwood - Manchester Oprea House 1997
Friday - Neneh Cherry - Glastonbury 1997

Sessions 4:30[AM UK]

Rufus Wainwright - 04/03/2005
Back Door - 05/09/1974

Cult - 12/07/1984
Rezillos - 12/12/1997

Leonard Deke / Iceberg - 15/02/1978
Jimi Hendrix - 15/12/1967

The Bloodhound Gang - 18/08/2000
La's - 01/03/1989

Status Quo - 08/01/1973
Free - 17/03/1969

Gideon Coe
Weekday from 5 to 8 AM EST

Tuesday - Seventeen Evergreen
Wednesday - Deep Cut

Queens of Noize Sonic Safari
Saturday 7 PM EST

This Week -
Credible 80s Pop Safari

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

Monday -
North African artist Daby Toure drops by to play and we've got New Young Pony Club in session

Tuesday -
New Bristol based duo Dragons will be Tom's live guests and we have two further session tracks from New Young Pony Club.

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

Wednesday - LCD Soundsystem
all live set are in PST, Three Hours behind EST


Pela - 9:30am
Datarock - 12:00pm


Blue Scholars - 9:30am
Keren Ann - 12:00pm


Sky Cries Mary - 9:30am


The Dt's - 3:00pm
Speaker Speaker - 6:00pm
Lake of Falcons - 8:00pm Live Lounge

Wednesday - Sam Champion - 3:00pm

Satulitte Radio


Left of Center (Ch.26)

Left of Sessions
Wednesdays 9 pm
Rebroadcast Fridays noon ET

This Week
Ryan Adams (New)
Dinosaur Jr. and Franz Ferdinand(Old)

SIRIUS Disorder (Ch.32)

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

Monday - Peter Bjorn and John
Tuesday - Paula Cole
Wednesday - Sloan
Thursday - Greyboy Allstars
Friday - Wilco

XM Radio

Build Your Own Show: Beth Orton & Band
Monday - 9 AM ET - XM Cafe - XM 45

The Loft Sessions: The Bird & The Bee (*XL Content)
Monday - Noon ET - The Loft - XM 50

Live From Bonnaroo
Friday, 2 PM-Saturday, 1 AM ET - X Country - XM 12
Saturday, 2 PM-Sunday, 1 AM ET - X Country - XM 12
Sunday, 2 PM-Monday, 1 AM ET - X Country - XM 12

X Country is being taken over all weekend long in celebration of Bonnaroo 2007. Over 30 hours of music, mayhem, and pure vibes from the multi-stage festival from Manchester, Tennessee. Listen for the music of Apollo Sunshine, Widespread Panic, STS9, Xavier Rudd, Ziggy Marley, and more!

Live from The Knitting Factory: Trans Am
Friday - 10 PM ET - XMU - XM 43

40th Anniversary of the Monterey Pop Festival
Saturday - 8-11 PM ET - Deep Tracks - XM 40
Deep Tracks celebrates the 40th anniversary of the Monterey Pop Festival featuring Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Otis Redding, Simon & Garfunkel, The Who, Buffalo Springfield, Mamas & Papas, and many more famous acts of the day.

The XMU Student Exchange Program
4 PM ET - XMU - XM 43
This Months
WOBC at Oberlin College in Oberlin, OH,

The Chemical Brothers Take Over Ethel
Sunday - 10 PM ET - Ethel - XM 47

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 Father's Day



Saturday - AMINO ACIDS record release!


Wednesday - CAPLETON

Maigic Bag

Friday - LID - SCHAEFFER with Class Three Overbite & Daniel Zott
Saturday - 93.9 The River presents
WILLY MASON with Robin Horlock & Tamara Bedricky
Admission is free but it be on a first come, first served

Lager House

Wednesday - viva la foxx / shadiamond lefreedom / the senate
Friday - dax riggs from Deadboy & The Elephantmen
Saturday - Muggs Double Header!

Saint Andrews Hall

Monday - Fountains of Wayne
Tuesday - Insane Clown Posse
Friday - Straylight Run: Sparta
Saturday - Summer Slam 2007 Feat: Detroit's Best


Friday - As Tall As Lions
Saturday - The Veils


Tuesday - Apostle of Hustle w/ Memphis, and Chris Bathgate
Thursday - Taproot
Friday - Throttlebody w/ Krescent 4, and Solid Frog
Saturday - Scott Morgan's Powertrane w/ The Sights, The Muldoons

The Belmont

Tuesday - LIONS!!!! wsg Siddartha @ Belmont
Wednesday - Tone & Niche, Todd Deatherage and more @ Belmont
Thursday - Suede Brothers (Cleveland), Dead Letters and more @ Belmont
Friday - Black Moon (Penn.), Melismatics (Minn.) and more @ Belmont
Saturday - Jarrod Champion Sleeps Till Dusk, Black Canary (Cleveland) and House of Fire


Friday - Tim Berry (Avail), Josh Small, the Wading Girl, Matt Ratza @ Small's
Saturday - Dutch Pink, Lime Regal, Helen @ Small's

The Fillmore Detroit (formerly State Theatre)

Tuesday - [At the State Theatre] Deftones with Dir en grey, The Fall of Troy
Wednesday - [At the Fillmore Detroit] Fergie Verizon VIP Tour with Rooney
{the First show at the Fillmore Detroit]

Michigan Theatre

Tuesday - Chick Corea & Bela Fleck

Fox Theatre

Friday - New Edition with special guest K-Ci & JoJo

DTE Energy Music Theatre

Thursday - Doobie Brothers/Peter Frampton
Friday - Barenaked Ladies
Saturday - The Fray with OK Go and Mae

Sunday, June 10, 2007

The List

Edtior Note: i was waiting for the playlist for last week in Sound radio and Aurua Bliss but there was not posted last week and they were not avblive to post so will put the this week play list on the Next List

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

Playlist for June 5th

1) The High Strung – Show A Sign Of Life
2) Natives Of The New Dawn - People
3) Grayling – Terra Bella
4) Matt Ratza – 12 Hours
5) Grande Nationals – Lost In The Loop
6) Brothers Cortez – Detroit Women
7) The Fondas – Might As Well Go
8) The Displays – Don’t Complain
9) Dutch Pink – John Guilt
10) 60 Second Crush – Everyday Girl
11) DirtyLoveBites – Please Baby Believe
12) Electric Six – Nuclear War (On The Dance Floor)
13) Novada – Escape
14) The Offramps – Chapter Eight
15) Dangerville – Torpedo Bra
16) Noman – Cave In
17) Dangerous Pursuit – Run Into The Nite
18) Love Arcade – Party
19) Great Lakes Myth Society – Heydays
20) Kocho-Bi-Sexual – Magic
21) The Muldoons – Red And Black
22) Demolition Doll Rods – Lil’ Piece Of Leather
23) Canada – Beige Stationwagon
24) Chris Bathgate – Serpentine
25) The Dead Bodies – Pink Muff Dance Party Vampire Resolve
26) Detroit Cobras – Leave My Kitten Alone
27) Ghost City – Gone Still Gone
28) The Swellers – The Inside
29) The Rockit King – Saddle Up
30) The Holy Fire – Dreams To Spend
31) Desolation Angels – Stuck Here With You
32) Georgio “The Dove” Valentino – She’s Got Eyes In All The Right Places

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

1. black rebel motorcycle club - heart & soul
2. the cinematics - break
3. the bravery - this is not the end
4. you say party! we say die! - moon
5. datarock - sex me up
6. xx teens - darlin'
7. tigerpicks - disco punk electro funk
8. the twang - either way
9. parka - if you wanna?
10. the horrors - she is the new thing
11. the kreeps - everyone I went to school is dead
12. the herrisons - dear comstable
13. likely lads - thinking man
14. pint shot riot - punches kicks trenches swords
15. pete & the pirates - come on feet
16. ripchord - backstabber
lp session pigeon detectives "wait for me"
17. pigeon detectives - don't know how to say goodbye
18. pigeon detectives - caught in your trap
19. pigeon detectives - you know I love you
20. pigeon detectives - stop or go
21. metric - monster hospital (request)
22. tokyo police club - nature of the experiment
23. the stills - helicopters
24. voxtrot - firecracker
25. the maccabees - precious time
26. mystery jets - the boy who ran away
27. the bees - who cares what the (question is)?
28. the ghosts - stay the night
29. upper room - all over this town (request)
30. mumm ra - she's got you high
31. the cribs - i'm a realist
32. ali love - cameras on a pole
33. mark ronson - l.s.f. feat. kasabian
34. jamie t - rawhide feat lily allen
35. groove armada - see what you get feat alan donohoe of the rakes
36. the go! team - grip like a vice
37. justice - d.a.n.c.e.
38. pipettes - pull shapes (request)

The Cowboys and Indies
Indiessential chart for May

1. ROCKET Working For A Nuclear Free City (Melodic)
2. INTERVENTION Arcade Fire (Mercury)
3. WE CAN CREATE (LP) Maps (Mute)
4. SEND AWAY THE TIGERS (LP) Manic Street Preachers (Columbia)
5. THE ILLNESS Goodbooks (Columbia)
6. THIS STONE IS A BULLET Dogs (Weekender)
8. THE BISHOPS (LP) The Bishops (1 2 3 4)
9. GUILLOTINE The Lea Shores (Weekender)
10. DEAR CONSTABLE The Harrisons (Melodic)
12. VERSION (LP) Mark Ronson (Columbia)
14. I WANT A BETTER LIFE The Shakes (Tough Cookie)
15. PISTOLS AT DAWN The Circuits (Try Science)
16. SOUNDBOY ROCK (LP) Groove Armada (Columbia)
18. AWAY FROM HERE The Enemy (WEA)
19. FANCY FOOTWORK (LP) Chromeo (Vice/Last Gang)
20. THE BOY WITH NO NAME (LP) Travis (Independiente)

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

Playlist for June 03
Dead Air #161

Reissue of the Week!!
Jeff Buckley “So Real – Songs From...” (Legacy)

1. Art Brut - Late Sunday Evening (Downtown CD)
2. Blitzen Trapper - Summer Town (Long Duck Dong CD)
3. Metric - Hardwire (Last Gang CD)
4. Ben + Vesper - An Honest Bluff (Sounds Familyre CD)
5. Grand National - Going To Switch The Lights On (Sunday Best CD)
6. The Bees - Left Foot Stepdown (Astralwerks CD)
7. The Horrors - She Is The New Thing (Loog CD)
Pela in studio session
Silhouette; Waiting On The Stairs; The Trouble With River Cities
8. Kavinsky - Testrarossa Overdrive (Record Makers EP)
9. Bonde Do Role - Tieta (Domino CD)
10. West Coast Revival - Feelin’ Alright (Zealous CD)
11. Electric Soft Parade in-studio session
12. Come Back Inside; Have Your Ever?
13. Jeff Buckley - I Know It’s Over (Legacy CD)
14. Savath & Savalas - Estrella De Dos Caras (Anti- CD)
15. Block - Molly Malone (Sona Blast CD)
16. Piano Magic - The King Cannot Be Found (Important CD)
17. The Good, The Bad & The Queen - The Bunting Song (Adult Swim mp3)
18. Mice Parade - Sneaky Red (Fat Cat CD)
19. The New Pornographers - My Rights Versus Yours (Matador CD)
20. Lightning Dust - Listened On (Jagjaguwar CD)
21. Frank Smith - Throwin’ Rocks (Ye Old Records CD)
22. SoCalled - Let’s Get Wet (J-Dub CD)
23. Black Moth Super Rainbow - Sun Lips (Graveface CD)

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

Playlist for June 4th

1. Mando Diao – You Don’t Understand Me
2. Voxtrot – Your Biggest Fan
3. The Ravonettes – Twilight
4. The Long Blondes – Madame Ray
5. Girl – Starry Eyes
6. The Pandoras – Hot Generation
7. The Long Blondes – Lust in the Movies
8. Snow Patrol – Signal Fire
9. Mika – Love Today
10. The Cribs – Men’s Needs
11. Kaiser Chiefs – Ruby
12. Editors – Smokers Outside the Hospital Doors
13. Placebo – Meds
14. Maximo Park – Nosebleed
15. The Electric Soft Parade – Life in the Backseat
16. Edd Byrnes – Saturday Night on Sunset Strip
17. The Long Blondes – Giddy Stratosphere
18. The Dollyrots – Brand New Key
19. Shiny Toy Guns – Don’t Cry Out
20. The Long Blondes – Only Lovers Left Alive
21. Slinky Vagabond – Glitterbug
22. Nick Heyward – Hot Love
23. Elefant – Lolita
24. The Mooney Suzuki – Rock ‘n’ Roller Girl
25. Slinky Vagabond – Dead Rock Star
26. John Doe – The Wilderness
27. John Doe – Hotel Ghost
28. Arctic Monkeys – Florescent Adolescent
29. Voxtrot – Every Day
30. Tokyo Police Club – Citizens of Tomorrow
31. John Doe – The Golden State
32. Barracudas – On the Strip
33. The Long Blondes – In the Company of Women
34. Girl in a Coma – Sybil Vane was Ill
35. Noisettes – Scratch Your Name
36. Chelsea Doll – Nocturnal Baby
37. The Long Blondes – Swallow Tattoo
38. Courtney Love – Sunset Strip
39. The Ravonettes – Ode to L.A.
40. The Long Blondes – Madame Ray Top 20 Album
as of 10:28 PM - June 10th

1 - The Sea And Cake - Up On Crutches
2 - Electrelane - Five
3 - White Rabbits - The Plot
4 - Parts & Labor - Vision Of Repair
5 - Dappled Cities - Within Hours
6 - Maximo Park - Parisian Skies
7 - Husky Rescue - City Lights
8 - Suede - Beautiful Ones
9 - Sage Francis - Got Up This Morning
10 - Spoon - The Underdog
11 - Lab Partners - Hey Children
12 - The National - Start A War
13 - Up The Empire - Feel Like Dying
14 - Dungen - Mon Amour
15 - Parts & Labor- Fractured Skies
16 - Mark Ronson - Oh My God
17 - Laura Veirs - Don't Lose Yourself
18 - Low - Half Light
19 - Immaculate Machine - Jarhand
20 - Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - Berlin Top 20 Albums and Other
Jun 1- Jun 7

1. (Various) - Live at KEXP Volume 3 (KEXP)
2. Bjork - Volta (One Little Indian)
3. The National - Boxer (Beggars Banquet)
4. Wilco - Sky Blue Sky (Nonesuch)
5. Blue Scholars - Bayani (Rawkus)
6. Kings of Leon - Because of the Times (RCA)
7. Arctic Monkeys - Favourite Worst Nightmare (Domino)
8. LCD Soundsystem - Sound of Silver (Capitol)
9. Bright Eyes - Cassadaga (Saddle Creek)
10. Gerald Collier - How Can There Be Another Day? (In Music We Trust)
11. The Long Blondes - Someone to Drive You Home (Rough Trade)
12. Elliott Smith - New Moon (Kill Rock Stars)
13. Lifesavas - Gutterfly (Quannum)
14. Bonde Do Role - With Lasers (Domino)
15. The Field - From Here We Go Sublime (Kompakt)
16. Brother Ali - The Undisputed Truth (Rhymesayers)
17. Modest Mouse - We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank (Epic)
18. Ryan Shaw - This Is Ryan Shaw (Columbia/One Haven/Red Ink)
19. Battles - Mirrored (Warp)
20. Datarock - Datarock Datarock (Nettwerk)

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 June 4th

Editors – ‘Smokers Outside The Hospital Doors’
The Gossip – ‘Listen Up’

Rock n Roll News

Kubichek – ‘Stutter’

Headline Maker: Maximo Park
Maximo Park – ‘Books From Boxes’

My Sad Captains – ‘Bad Decisions’

Introducing : Pontypridd

Klaxons – ‘It’s Not Over Yet’

Listeners Post
Kill Switch Engage – ‘Arms of Sorrow’
Good Shoes – ‘Morden’

Session :
Pete & The Pirates – ‘Knots’ (Maida Vale Session)
Pete & The Pirates – ‘Come On Feet’ (Maida Vale Session)

To My Boy – ‘Model’
Scarlet Harlots – ‘Cats’

The Final Five
Mike Davies Choice : Against Me – ‘Full Sesh’
Satellite Party – ‘Hard Life Easy’
The Stills – ‘Beginning’
Queens of The Stone Age – ‘3’s & 7’s’
Pencil Toes – ‘Moving Walls’
These New Puritans – ‘Navigate

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

Plaqylist for June 6th

1. The Coral – ‘Who’s Going to Find Me’
Forthcoming album – ‘Roots & Echoes’ out August 4th

2. Johnny Flynn & The Sussex Wit – ‘Eyeless in Holloway’
‘Ode To A Mare Trod Ditch’ 4-tracker

3. The Knife – ‘Heartbeats (live edit)’
Album – ‘Silent Shout’

4. The Stills – ‘In The Beginning’
Album – ‘Without Feathers’

5. Kevin Hume – ‘The Girl From Falling Water’
Album – ‘The Truth About Ants And Aphids’

6. The Wombats – ‘Kill The Director’

7. Cate Le Bon – ‘No One Can Drag Me Down’
Album – ‘Pet Deaths’

8. Goldenboy – ‘Underneath the radio1
Album – ‘Blue Swan Orchestra’

9. Polytechnic – ‘Won’t You Come Around’
Album – ‘Down ‘til Dawn’

10. Raymond & Maria – ‘No One Notices Your Brand New T-Shirt’
Album – ‘9 Songs in English 1 in Swedish’
(web page written in Swedish)

11. Two Gallants – ‘Seems Like Home To Me’
Album – ‘Scenery of Farewell’

12. Seafood – ‘Love Song/I’ll Be Here in The Morning’
Album – ‘Paper Crown King’

14. Eugene McGuiness – ‘Monsters Under The Bed’

15. Los Camesinos - 'You Me Dancing'