Saturday, June 30, 2007

Saturday Latest Forcast for Comerica CityFest

Today is Saturday, June 30
and there is only four days to go until the Five Stage, Four stage, half-way thur the year city festival that is called Comerica City Fest

in this report the latest forecast for Next weekend and a traffic alter if you are going anywhere before City Fest

And now for all what you have been Waiting for the forecast for Cityfest from the Unofficial Weather page of the blog sight WDIV Local 4.

and yes there still saying Storm on a Wednesday a chance of storm on Thursday, but Nice of Friday.

Independence Day, Wednesday:
Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers and thunderstorms.
Highs 80 to 84.

Wednesday Night:
Mostly cloudy until after midnight...then becoming partly cloudy. A chance of showers and thunderstorms.
Lows 63 to 66.

Partly sunny with a chance of showers.
Highs 74 to 78.

And on Friday
Partly Sunny
High 77

and there is a Traffic Alter that you have to know if you are going to be around the New Center Area From Now on until next week.

There is some street closing to be aware of

this morning at 8 A.M. Second Avenue from West Grand Boulevard to Lothrop is close and will not be opened aging until Monday, July 9th at 4:30 PM.

and Begin tomorrow at 10 A.M. West Grand Boulevard from Cass to Third, and Second Avenue from Milwaukee to West Grand Boulevard will be close until 6 A.M.Monday, July 9, 2007

Friday, June 29, 2007

This Weekend in Culture City

It the weekend before CityFest Which as i speak will happened at this same time next week at the new Center area so for i you are going as a writer for a blog[like this one, just a regular Joe looking for some thing to do on this America 231st birthday next week, this is your last weekend of music before almost 60 bands play in Front of four stages over five days in front of the Fisher Building.

if you want more info on Comerica Cityfest you can go on there web page at of you can pick up a program in this week "Real Detroit Weekly" with Spoon on the cover.

Now on to this week going on in Detroit

And yes there is a major Detroit Band releasing a CD on Friday, OK you can pick it up right now at you fave indie record shop or you can get it at there show this Friday at stick, it the first major release in almost five years.

It the one and only "Gore Gore Girls"

They just release there third album "Get the Gore" on Bloodshot records[the same label that release "The Detroit Cobras" Tired and True Early this year.]

The band is lead by the one and only Amy Gore as and her gals pals sever up some old school rock garage rock which have made fans of of the one and only little Steven

the line up is a lot difference from there last album which was released in 2002 and called "Up All Night" which spring off the always chatch "Astral Man" back then they have Melody Licious on bass guitar and Monica Breen on Drums.

mow the line up have Marlene Hammerle on Guitar, Lianna Castillo on Bass Guitar and Nicky Styxx[not the one from the heavy metal rock bands Motley Crue] - Drums.

They just released there third Album of Garage pop called "Get the Gore" which was released this Tuesday, the album was produced by Jim Diamaod at his home recording studio Ghetto Recorders.

There doing a hometown record released show this Friday at the stick with the a band who have there own record released show lately "The Muldons the show begin at 9 PM.

And on Saturday night over at the newly rename Filmore Detroit[which used to be called the State theater] who is making there third trip here in Detroit to answer the called and consider their first gig here in Detroit was at Small when there was a little band From Sydney, Australia, but my my they come a long way base out there debut album.

That band is called Wolfmother

the band from way down under mix hard Hard Neo-Psychedelia
Heavy metal rock and have won rave from the music press and music press alike for there 2005 self title debut album which have sold a million copies worldwide and they still touring, they will play at the Fillmore Detroit on satruday night the show start at 8:30 P.M. with openers The Softlight and hometown openers and friend of the blogsight "The Hard Lessions"

also going on this weekend

On Friday:
Meshell Ndegeocello is playing the DIA Summer Music and Film Seriers at the DIA, Flint own Grand Funk Railroad is playing a Free show at the GM ren cen river garden, Pop Project, Child Bite, The Recital, Syscrusher are playing the Blind Pig, Curtis Eller's American Circus/ Shotgun Wedding is playing the larger house and for you who can this kind of music Chicago and America ot the DTE Enger music Theater on Friday.

On Saturday:
ELVIS HITLER is playing the stick, The Bang! is playing the blind pig in Ann Arbor,
The King of bluegrass Ricky Skaggs is playing the Ark in Ann Arbor.

and don't forget on Sunday at the DTE Music Center the only 80'S band i can stand because is timeless The Psychedelic Furs is Head line s show there with The Alarm and Naked Eyes.

But Next week is the big music Weekend with Cityfest

And what ever you do don't bring up a person who should not be name on this blog sight at a gig this week or you may loss it like this News Anchor on MSNBC.

Today Latest Cityfest Forcast

With Less than Five days untill comerica Cityfest
i know the one question that have ever body asking
will the sun shine for all five days or
will we see a sudden down poor during on of thouse days or
or Worst it rain all five Days

So from now untill city Fest will update with the latest forecast for tastefest from next Wednesday to next Sunday July the 8th

all of this will be from the unofficial Weather page [ok, official too me any way] The Weather team at the local NBC station WDIV-TV, Local 4 which is also know as the Local 4casters

Now here you first detail forecast this covering the Days from Wednesday to Friday [7-4 to 7-6] and it look like the glastonbury weather will be coming Next Week on the 1st days, Ouch

Independence Day:
Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers and thunderstorms.
Highs 86 to 90.
Chance of rain 40 percent.

Wednesday Night:
Mostly cloudy until after midnight...then becoming partly cloudy.
A chance of showers and thunderstorms.
Lows 67 to 71.
Chance of rain 40 percent.

Partly sunny
Highs 83 to 87.

And Friday
partly Cloudy with sun
High: 82.

for weather anytime from the local 4caster any time just go to there web page at

or if you have Digital T.V. just check the forecast on Local 4 Weather Plus, Ch. 4.2 or if you have Dig ail Cable it on Comcast Ch. 249 now it on other system in the area i remember them right now but if i do i let you Know tomorrow.

Film Gudie Friday

We have a action hero, a "Sick-o documentary, and a bunch of rats in this week new films released this week.

With description from the Detroit Free Press:

Opened on Wednesday:

"Live Free or Die Hard" [PG-13]

John McClane (Bruce Willis) takes on an Internet-based terrorist organization.

Opened on Friday:

"Sicko" [PG-13]

Michael Moore's documentary take on the health care crisis.

"Ratatouille" [G]

Unlike your average rat, Remy is a discriminating diner who has taken up residence in the walls of a great French restaurant -- and aspires to be a chef.


Vanessa Redgrave is a dying woman recalling her life as a young woman with her two daughters.

playing this week at DFT at the D.I.A.:

Main Film this weekend:


(France/2006) directed by Luc Besson

Incompetent Parisian schemer and petty hood André (Jamel Debbouze) is at the end of his rope–irreversibly in debt to a local gangster, with no one to turn to, his only solution is to drown himself in the Seine. But when he finally jumps it’s to save Angela (Rie Rasmussen), a beautiful and mysterious stranger who’s taken the plunge ahead of him. As this unlikely duo form a bond, André begins to discover that not all debts are financial—and that sometimes hope is found in the unlikeliest of places. The new film from France’s Luc Besson (La Femme Nikita, The Fifth Element) is one of his most stylish and sweetly surprising: a love letter to both Paris and to the Hollywood traditions that inspired him. In French with English subtitles. (90 min.)

Playing Saturday at 7:00 PM and 9:30 PM and Sunday 4:00 and 7:00 PM

and this Weekend Films to celeabart the Monster Films as showen as the Ceather feather double feather that being at 2 P.M.


Legendary saucer effects by visual wizard Ray Harryhausen spice up this fast-moving tale of a fleet of desperate, soon-to-be-homeless aliens out to conquer the Earth and take up residence. Fortunately for our side, Earth is well represented by Dr. Russsel A. Marvin (sci-fi veteran Hugh Marlowe), a brilliant scientist who, together with his brand-new, beautiful scientist bride (Joan Taylor), is in no mood to give up his home planet without a fight. One of the most enjoyable sci-fi epics of its day was the blueprint for the countless invasion movies that followed, from Independence Day to Mars Attacks! (which quite intentionally “borrowed” this movie’s saucer design).


The original Japanese classic Mothra (1961, directed by Ishiro Honda), the story of a gigantic, havoc-wreaking moth, and the foot-tall twin fairies (sisters Yumi and Emi Ito) who control him telepathically while singing.

Playing This Week at the discount theater in Warren

[A.K.A. Cinemark Movies 16]


Open Next Week on a tuesday
remember Next Week is the 4th of July Holiday

Transformers (PG-13)

More than meets the eye! Earth is caught in the middle of an intergalactic war between two races of giant, transforming robots.

License to Wed (PG-13)

Robin Williams stars as a minister leading Mandy Moore and John Krasinski through a disastrous marriage preparation course

And don't forget to see what film made the top of the box office check back on Sunday for the end result of this weekend action.

And don't forget since next week is Cityfest [Formerly Tastefest], and i will folling that event just to let you know there will be a earil film guide Friday publish on Tuesday Next Week.

Thursday, June 28, 2007

Cluture City Exclusive

Greg Base no longer book er at the Magic Stick

No this is big news, big time

i got the story last night from a couple of good moles, one of them i did not trush at 1st but i talk to a couple of other mole backing up the 1st mole

but this is big.

My mid-town bus rat mole are telling me that long time Booker at the magic stick Greg Base have left, according to my moles that he put in his two-weeks notice on Tuesday[for tho used who don't understand business, A Two-weeks noticed is common in the work place to notify your employer that you are leaving your job for a brand new job elsewhere], but instead of finish out the two weeks, according to my moles that on Wednesday Management at the magic Stick did not let him in the building after they got his two week notice.

Now before you jump to wild conclusion, let me point out two things: one Greg Base have been there for a long time, so i was time to feel in his mind to move on and goes something elsewhere [Which i get to in just a moment]

and two don't forget this is the concert business so if somebody leave one place for new place and some time the don't what you to hang around with two weeks left.

as for Greg further now that he is no longer at the stick in back grounding this story, a 4th source i myspacer today told me that he have a new job at a new club in of all places Pontiac, My Sourced did not give me any detail.

And as of this typing i don't know who is now booking shows at the stick.

If you want to add any info on this story you can leave them on the comment page of E-Mail this blog sight at Culturecitynewstips[at]yahoo[dot]com.

Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Breaking Culture News

The Fire Works are still a Go

Just before 3 P.M., the producer of the Fireworks, The Parade Company say that tonight Firework is a go for tonight,

Accoring to WDIV weather man Chuck Gaidica the storm are expected to continue to move east and are expected to be out of the way by the time the fireworks are expected to go off at 10:05.

City of Detroit Offical is expcet to make the offical has announcment at 4 P.M.

but if anything change in the weather i will be announed by the parded company

But if you are going to the FireWorks and it still a go for tonight

Please be remind from all the road closer that will beging a 6 P.M.

Off the Detroit News web sight

- No traffic or parking will be allowed south of Ford Street, between Rosa Parks and Interstate 375.

- No traffic will be admitted onto Woodward between the Fisher Freeway and Congress except D-DOT and SMART bus coaches.

- Jefferson will be closed to traffic between I-375 and Griswold, except for emergency vehicles. All other eastbound vehicles will be routed north onto the Chrysler service drive.

- West Jefferson from Cobo Center westbound will close at 6 p.m. Parking will be prohibited on West Jefferson, Civic Center Drive and Atwater to St. Aubin.

- Outbound traffic will be routed on West Jefferson from the Joe Louis Arena Garage to Rosa Parks Boulevard; traffic will then proceed north on Rosa Parks to the freeways.

- Traffic on Gratiot between I-375 and Randolph will be routed one way northbound only.

- Traffic on Brush between Lafayette and Madison will be routed northeast onto Gratiot or east onto Madison.

- Monroe, between Randolph and Woodward, will be barricaded and closed.

- Traffic on Monroe between Randolph and I-375 will be routed to travel eastbound only.

- Third, at West Jefferson, will be closed to the public and restricted for emergency vehicle use.

- Fort between Cabacier and Rosa Parks will be restricted to residents of the
Riverfront Towers Apartments/Condominiums.

- Fort will be closed from West Grand Boulevard to Rosa Parks.

- Eastbound traffic on Fort will be allowed to turn right onto Griswold and proceed to the Lodge Freeway.

- Traffic on Larned and Congress will be allowed to flow in respective directions, with no southbound turns except vehicles en route to the Detroit-Windsor Tunnel via Randolph.

- Eastbound Michigan traffic must turn south on Griswold and then proceed to the Lodge Freeway.

- All traffic proceeding south on Griswold will be directed to the Lodge.

- Eastbound Lafayette traffic will turn right at Griswold and proceed to westbound West Jefferson to the northbound Lodge freeway.

- St. Antoine traffic flow will be one way northbound from Atwater after the fireworks display.

- Woodbridge, Franklin and Atwater between St. Antoine and Rivard will be one way, eastbound, throughout the evening.

- Rivard will be one way, northbound, from Atwater to Lafayette after the fireworks display.

- East Grand Boulevard will be used for outbound traffic from Belle Isle. Belle Isle traffic will proceed northbound on East Grand Boulevard and eastbound on East Jefferson.

- All the main streets -- Michigan, Grand River, Gratiot, East Grand Boulevard and West Grand Boulevard -- will remain open to allow motorists access to freeways.

- Woodward will remain open north of the Fisher Freeway service drive.

- Vehicles will be permitted on Belle Isle beginning at 6 a.m. today. At which time, parking will be allowed on Sunset around to the Strand. No parking will be allowed around the fountain. Fees for parking in the Grand Prix pit area and the Broadlawn are $10 for cars and vans and $20 for RVs, motor homes and buses. Open-sided tents and canopies are allowed.

- The Detroit People Mover has announced it has expanded its operational hours until 1:30 a.m. for the post fireworks crowd. In case of rain, thePeople Moverwill extend their operations to the same time Thursday

Tuesday, June 26, 2007

New Music Tuesday

WEEK 26 [2007]
JUNE 26, 2007

Today is Tuesday, June 26th, and if you are not hearing anything on your fave Internet radio station don't worried there nothing wrong with you computer.

This is a day-long protest to protest the outrageous and unfair new music royalties for Internet radio, established by the RIAA control Copyright Royalty Board which base rate on per-song, per-listen which could bankrupt Internet radio in about two and a half weeks.

there is a bill pending in D.C. to pass The Internet Radio Equality Act,(HR 2060)but i need you support, so go to and find your house member and tell them to support The Internet Radio Equality Act.

Let hope it not that bad as it was on this 30 years on this aldought nobody know it at the time but on this day Market Square Arena in Indianapolis, Elvis left the building for the last time in what turn out to be his last concert.

also on this day in 1998 Marcy Playground who have a smash hit with sex and candy from there self title Debut released the video for the single "Saint Joe On The Schoolbus", but it was not released on MTV, it was one of the first video released on the web, becoming the first Music Video on the Web, What every happened to Marcy Playground.

Here hope the band you buy are not forgettable in about ten years, Because it Tuesday and it time to check out today New Music from the only music that matters, because today is

The Most important music that matters:

Automatic Automatic - Not Accepted Anywhere (Columbia)

Bad Brains - Build a Nation (Megaforce)
Beastie Boys - The Mix-Up (Capitol)

Bryan Ferry - Dylanesque (Virgin)

Gabby Glaser - Gimme Splash (Latchkey)
[She uesd to be in Lusious Jackinson]
Gore Gore Girls - Get the Gore (Bloodshot)[Local}
Sinéad O'Connor - Theology (two CDs; Koch)
Pearl Jam - Live at the Gorge 05/06 (seven-CD box set; Rhino)
Rasputina - Oh Perilous World! (Filthy Bonnet Recording Co.) [Buy Now]

New Releases:

Ryan Adams - Easy Tiger (Lost Highway) [Buy Now]
The Click Five - Modern Minds and Pastimes (Lava) [Buy Now]
The Charlie Daniels Band - Live From Iraq (two CDs; Koch) [Buy Now]
Dub Trio - Cool Out and Coexist (ROIR)
Adam Franklin - Bolts of Melody (Hi-Speed Soul)
HeadQuarters - O and O (Vibratone)
Mocean Worker - Cinco de MoWo! (Mowo! Inc.)
Tony Naima & the Bitters - Dismember (Regain)
KJ Sawka - Cyclonic Steel (DualDisc; Wax Orchard)
The Secret Meeting - Ultrashiver (Noiseplus)
Tenderhooks - Vidalia (Rock Snob)


"Hannah Montana 2"

Notable Reissues and Archival Material:

Frank Black - Best of Frank Black 93-03 (two CDs; Cooking Vinyl)
The Drifters - Greatest Hits (MVD Audio)
Lisa Germano - Lullaby for Liquid Pig (with bonus CD; Young God)
Grateful Dead - Three From the Vault (two CDs) [Buy Now]
Robyn Hitchcock - Storefront Hitchcock (Noble Rot)
David Johansen - Here Comes the Night (American Beat)
Love - The Blue Thumb Recordings (limited-edition three-CD set; Hip-O Select)
Metric - Grow Up and Blow Away (Last Gang)
Linda Ronstadt - Don't Cry Now (Collector's Edition) (Mobile Fidelity)
Paul Simon - The Essential Paul Simon (two CDs and one DVD; Warner Bros.)
Social Distortion - Greatest Hits (Time Bomb)
Squeeze - East Side Story (American Beat)

Music DVDs:

AC/DC - "Back in Black - The Ultimate Critical Review" (Classic Rock Legends)
The Beach Boys - "Videobiography" (Classic Rock Legends)
The Clash - "Music in Review" (Classic Rock Legends)
Echo & the Bunnymen - "Dancing Horses" (MVD Visual)
Elvis Costello - "Live: A Case for Song" (Classic Rock Legends)
Elvis Costello and the Brodsky Quartet - "The Juliet Letters" (Rhino)
The Cure - "Rock Case Studies" (Classic Rock Legends)
The Drifters - "Greatest Hits Live" (MVD Visual)
Echo & the Bunnymen - "Dancing Horses" (MVD Visual)
Green Day - "Rock Case Studies" (with book; Classic Rock Legends)
Tom Jones - "This Is Tom Jones" (three DVDs; Time Life)
Madonna - "Music in Review" (Classic Rock Legends) and "The Performance Review" (Video Music)
North Mississippi Allstars - "Keep on Marchin' " (Songs of the South)
Queen - "DVD Collector's Box" (two DVDs; Video Music)
Queensrÿche - "Mindcrime at the Moore" (two DVDs; Rhino)
Tina Turner - "Rio '88" (Eagle Vision)
Twisted Sister - "The Video Years" (Rhino)

Digital Releases:

Damien Dempsey - To Hell or Barbados (available in brick-and-mortar stores July 3)

TV on D.V.D.:

Bozo's Circus Bozo: The World's Most Famous Clown
Captain N & the Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3 - The Complete Series
Casper - Best of Volume 1 and 2
Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. - The Complete 2nd Season
Hannah Montana - Vol 02: Pop Star Profile
Miami Vice - Season 5
Monk - Season 5
My Little Pony and Friends - Pony Puppy
Mystery Science Theater 3000 - Collection: Volume 11
The New Adventures of Batman - The Complete Series
The New Adventures of Superman - The New Adventures of Superman
The New Statesman - The Complete Series
Psych - The Complete 1st Season
Reno 911! - The Complete 4th Season
Wild Chronicles - Season 1 Collection

Monday, June 25, 2007

Breaking Culture News

WWE wrestler Chris Benoit and his Family Found Dead
AP have now update the story below

For those of you who are tuning to Monday night raw as i write this i have some sad news to report, i found this on the WWE websight [] just i was going to watch raw tonight

World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) wrestler Chris Benoit was found dead in Surban Atlanta, according to reports that Benoit, his wife Linda and there 7 year-old son were found dead at the home.

What From Various report he flew home to Atlanta after a match on Saturday night to be at home because because of a family illness, he was going to was going to wrestle at the WWE pay-per-view on Sunday night in Houston but was a no show and was replace.

reading a bit headline on the Google News Search WWE Boss Vince McMahon broke the news backstage to the other wrestlers.

The show which was going to be about the fake death of Mr. McMahon was scrub tonight and RAW tonight was a three hours tribute which started with Vince McMahon out of Charther tell the viewers at home about the death from the empty Arena where RAW was going to be held tonight[show was Cancelled]

AP: Update at 9:30 PM

Wrestler Benoit, Wife and Son Found Dead

FAYETTEVILLE, Ga. -- WWE wrestler Chris Benoit, his wife and son were found dead Monday and police said they were investigating the deaths as a homicide.

Lt. Tommy Pope of the Fayette County Sheriff's Department said the three were found at their home about 2:30 p.m., but refused to release details.

Pope said results of autopsies on Benoit, his wife Nancy, and 7-year-old son Daniel were expected Tuesday.

Benoit, 40, was a former world heavyweight champion, Intercontinental champion and held several tag-team titles over his career.

"WWE extends its sincerest thoughts and prayers to the Benoit family's relatives and loved ones in this time of tragedy," the federation said in a statement on its Web site.

Benoit was scheduled to perform at the "Vengeance" pay-per-view event Sunday night in Houston, but was replaced at the last minute because of what announcer Jim Ross called "personal reasons."

Benoit, a Canadian native, maintained a home in metro Atlanta from the time he wrestled for the defunct World Championship Wrestling

Stolen Band Gear Alter

This post is to alter the blogasphere about some indie band who have there playing Gear rip-off by some heart-less loser.

if you can help out, and if you have seen the stolen item
please call the police the report the crooks who did this.

City: Tucson, AZ

Bands: Jana Hunter and Castanets

the report:
[As Reported by and on both Jana Hunter and Castanet web sight}

So, the story is, last night we played in Tucson at solar culture. afterward, we loaded our stuff up, went downtown, had a drink, and went to a house to crash on the floor. en route, we damaged a door, making it such that the door won't close and such that eventually, before we return the vehicle to the rental company, we'll have to pay on the order of 2 grand to replace the door.

seeing as how we had an unsecured vehicle, ray (castanets) slept in the van. sometime during the night, some brave fuck(s) very quietly opened the back door and took what they could carry. we assume their were more than one of them given all the shit they managed to walk away with. we're gathering what serial numbers we can, but in the meantime, here's a rudimentary list:

JH gear-
fender classical guitar (ser.#9505151116)
new boss 20xl loopstation
boss reverb/delay pedal
original digitech whammy pedal
original b k butler tubedriver overdrive pedal
peavey 6 mixer (ser.#k0344300)
shure beta 98/s
custom flashlight circuit-bended thing

Castanets gear-
late 60's blue fender music master guitar
line 6 delay pedal
boss tremolo
mutron volume/wah pedal
boss tuner pedal
digitech metal master

If you have any info pleased contact the Tuscon police, also they have put up a They've set up an e-mail address at at which they'll gladly accept Paypal donations to help them replace their gear.

and for all you Detroit readers Jana Hunther will here at the magic Stick opening up for raputina on July 7th.

Here her My Space Page:

The Gig Gudie - For the Week of June 25 - July 1st



The Apple in Stereo - Late Night with Conan O'Brien - ABC[From Feb. 14]
Jet - Last Call with Carson Daly - NBC[From April 27]
The Format - Last Call with Carson Daly - NBC[From May 1st]
Teddybears - Last Call with Carson Daly - NBC[From May 2nd]
Midnight Movies - Last Call with Carson Daly - NBC[From May 3rd]
The Nightwatchman - Last Call with Carson Daly - NBC[From May 4th]
Tenacious D - Saturday Night Live - NBC[From December 2nd, 2006]


BBC Radio

Radio 1

Special programing

This Monday day on Radio from 2-7 On-Line or if you have Sirurs Sattlittle radio from the normal US time of 7 PM to midnight on Ch.11 it a big Five Hours review Glastonbury 2007 with all the reviews from the big UK festival.

If you want to see everything that took place at Glastonbury, you can go to the bbc web sight at to see all the web pictures and see almost 40 act the took place at Glastonbury 2007.

and dont dont forget depeninng on the time of this post every thing will be up there for a week incluing all the live gigs from the festival so as fast.

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

Wednesday - Pharoahe Monch live from Maida Vale

Huw Stephens Unsigned
Wednesday 7 to 9 PM EST

Colin Murray
Monday to Thursday From 5 to 7 PM EST

Annie Mac

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

Radio 2


The Day John Met Paul

TUESDAY - 5:30 P.M.

The Day John Met Paul marks the 50th anniversary of a day that was to change music for ever.

Featuring a new interview with Sir Paul McCartney and the music and memories of John Lennon’s group the Quarrymen, this programme re-creates the moment when John and Paul met for the first time at a Quarrymen gig at a sunny garden fete in Woolton, Liverpool on 6th July 1957.

Made with the help of Colin Hall, custodian of John Lennon’s childhood home ‘Mendips’, and with the support of the Liverpool music community.

on-Line Right Now

Revelations - The Genesis Story

Chris Evans reveals the characters and remarkable music that came from this most English of groups starting with their early beginnings at Charterhouse public school in the summer of 1967, we hear how Genesis created their own special brand of prog' rock through key recordings including their 1975 concept album "The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway which led to the departure of their charismatic lead singer Peter Phil Collins The programme features Phil Collins, Mike Rutherford, Steve Hackett, Tony Banks and Peter Gabriel.

Angry, Sexy and Working Class

Presented by Christopher Eccleston[The 9th Doctor Who], this series is a tribute to the sexy 'angry young men', the working class heroes and anti-heroes who defined the golden age of British films from the late 50s and early 60s….films such as Room at the Top, Saturday Night and Sunday Morning, A Taste of Honey, This Sporting Life and Billy Liar. The series is shot through with many film clips and soundtracks plus interviews with Rita Tushingham, Shirley-Anne Field, Sir Richard Rodney Bennett, Dora Bryan, Albert Finney, David Storey, Wendy Craig, Ken Loach, the legendary cinematographer Walter Lassally and many more.

BBC 6 Music

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

This Week

'6 Music Plays It First' with The 7 Ages Of Rock

Over the next four nights we will be taking a look back at some key moments of outstanding music running alongside the TV series on BBC2 ‘The 7 Ages Of Rock’

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

Monday - Wednesday
The Atlantic Story

Thursday and Friday
Sunshine Superman - Donovan Story

Saturday - Sunday
The David Bowie Story - Part 1 and 2

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

Concerts 4:00[AM - UK Time

Monday - The Cure - Camden Palace 1985
Tuesday - Sparks - Mile End 1995
Wednesday - Black Rebel Motor Cycle Club - Glastonbury 2004
Thursday -Teardrop Explodes - Guildford Civic Hall 1981
Friday - 808 State - Town And Country Club 1993

Sessions 4:30[AM - UK Time}

Julian Cope - 17/06/1989
Pixies - 03/05/1988

Special Needs - 08/06/2005
John Foxx - 09/06/1985

Little Ones - 19/02/2007
Ted Chippingham And The Top Entertainers 02/08/1987

Leyton Buzzards - 18/12/1978
Four Brothers - 25/08/1988

Lotus Eaters - 02/10/1982
Dark Star - 25/08/1985

Live at Midnight
Sunday at 7 PM EDT

This Week
Tom Robinson Band - Town Hall High Wycombe 1979

Gideon Coe
Weekday from 5 to 8 AM EST

Tuesday - Wombats
Wednesday - Crowded House (Hub session)
Thursday - Asobi Seksu
Friday - Arcade Fire (Hub session)

Queens of Noize
Saturday 7 PM EST

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

This Week Session - Frank Black.

Monday - June Adjagas
Tuesday - Hadouken

Ed Note: On Tuesday some of the radio station that are stearm on-line will shut off there stearm as part of the internet radio Day of Slinet to protest the crazy new royalty rates set by the Copyright Royalty Board (CRB) set back on March 1st.

here are some of the station that will not stearm this tuesday
Greater Media stations (Boston, Detroit, and Philadelphia stations)
[this will mean for the moment Riff2 on-line stearm will not be on]
KCRW (Santa Moncia, CA)

KCRW will play all day every hour on the hour a special one hour programing that will talk about how bad it will become after July 15th

Guest will inclued:

Guests:Mike Riksen: Vice President for Government Relations, National Public Radio
Kurt Hanson: Publisher of RAIN, the Radio and Internet Newsletter
Tim Westergren: Founder of
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now for the other stuff on-line of the US boardcaster for the moment.

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

Monday - Memphis

play last week on MBE, but did not list last week but on the KCRW websight:

Chris and Thomas
Sea Wolf
Architecture in Helsinki
all live set are in PST, Three Hours behind EST


The Veils - 12:00pm
Pa Jobarteh - 7:00pm


Sea Wolf - 12:00pm


The National - 2:00pm
With Friends Like These - 6:00pm
Lake - 8:00pm
The Bug Nasties - 10:00pm Live Lounge

Monday - The Eames Era 3:00pm
Wednesday - Palomar 3:00pm

Satulitte Radio


Left of Center (Ch.26)

Left of Sessions
Wednesdays 9 pm
Rebroadcast Fridays noon ET

This Week

New: Mando Diao
Classic: The National and Ted Leo

SIRIUS Disorder (Ch.32)

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

Monday - Warren Zevon Day (reair)
Tuesday - Keren Ann
Wednesday - Los Straitjackets
Thursday - Robert Gomez
Friday - Chick Corea and Bela Fleck

XM Radio

Countdown to Indie-Pendence Day
Monday - Noon ET - XMU - XM 43

Artist Confidential: Eddie Money
Monday - 10 PM ET - The '80s - XM 8
Sunday - 10 PM ET - The '80s - XM 8

Live @ The Verge: Handsome Furs
Wednesday - 6 AM ET - The Verge - XM 52
Wednesday - 6 PM ET - The Verge - XM 52
Sunday - 9 AM ET - The Verge - XM 52
Sunday - 9 PM ET - The Verge - XM 52

Live From The Knitting Factory: Walter Meego
Friday - 10 PM 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


And New to the Menu i just added a google maps mash up of all the the venue listed every week on the gig gudie, also i link the Ark in Ann Arbor and the new venue to the gig gude the Freedom Hill Amphitheatre in Sterling Heights




Saturday - EMERGENZA

Maigic Bag

Friday - The Surrogate Band [A Pink Floyd tribute band]

Lager House

Tuesday - Terrible Twos / Jeanie and the Tits/ Hibachi Stranglers @ Lager House
Wednesday - Get him eat him/ Mas! / Narrator @ Lager House
Thursday - Manna and Quail / The Morning Pages/ The Hymns @ Lager House
Friday - Curtis Eller's American Circus/ Shotgun Wedding @ Lager House
Saturday - Old Empire/ Panda Transport

Saint Andrews Hall

Wednesday - Bowling for Soup
Saturday - The Sunburn Festival


Saturday - The Sunburn Festival


Tuesday - Nigel Rhodes, Frank Fuzz, the Spotted Touch Me Nots, Wesley West
Wednesday - Brett Mitchell and the Giant Ghost w/ Arthur Autumn
Thursday - Brian Schram Band w/ Broadzilla, Joey Gaydos
Friday - Pop Project w/ Child Bite, The Recital, Syscrusher
Saturday - The Bang!

The Belmont

Wednesday - Exhibition feat. the art of Adrienne Looper w/ the Beggars, Thunderlip, Hotness


Thursday - Supernova Battle of the Bands!!!!
Friday - Terror on the Red Carpet, Universal Temple of Divine Power, The Lessmores
Saturday - Idol and the Whip, Big Black Cloud, Oceans, Bahamut

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

Saturday - Shadiamond Le Freedom and Paradise

The Fillmore Detroit (formerly State Theatre)

Saturday - Wolfmother with The Softlites & The Hard Lessons

The Ark [Ann Arbor]

Tuesday - Vicki Genfan
Wednesday - Jonathan Edwards
Thursday - BeauSoleil avec Michael Doucet
Friday - Jackie Greene
Saturday - Ricky Skaggs [2 Shows 7:30 pm and 9:00 PM]
Sunday - James Hunter

Fox Theatre

Saturday - Maze Featuring Frankie Beverly


Friday - Chicago/America
Saturday - ABBA The Tour
Sunday - Psychedelic Furs/The Alarm/Naked Eyes

Freedom Hill Amphitheatre[14900 Metropolitan Parkway, Sterling Heights]

Thursday - Barney and Bob The Builder [TWO SHOWS 1pm & 5pm]
Friday - Twelve Irish Tenors

Sunday, June 24, 2007


It could be stormy fom the clouds not from the River

From the Official web page of culture city:
The Local 4casters[WDIV-TV/NBC 4]


mostly cloudy with scattered showers and thunderstorms.
Highs 85 to 89.
Chance of rain 40 percent.

Wednesday Night:
[Firework show to beging at 10:06 P.M.]

mostly cloudy with scattered showers and thunderstorms.
Lows 63 to 67.
Chance of rain 40 percent.


partly sunny with a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms.
Highs 78 to 82.
Chance of rain 20 percent.

Thursday Night:

partly cloudy.
Lows 55 to 59
[So if Wednesday Night dont work out, Thrusday night would be perfit.]

The Film Gudie Top 10

Well the weekend is almost over and we a winner, winner, winner and Steve Carell Family Film sequel to Jim Carrey "Bruce Almighty" finish no.1 in the box office

But, "Evan Almighty" which is about a new congressman[played by Carell] instructed by God (played by Morgan Freeman) to build an ark for a coming flood. Was not as powerful as Bruce

just take a look to see what i mean:
Bruce Almighty[2003]: $68 Million
Evan Almighty[This Weekend]: $32.1 million

So do this mean that Jim Carrey is the most powerful Comic God on Earth.

Finish no.2 was the New Stephen King masterpiece "1408" with John Cusack and Samuel L. Jackson, the psychological hotel thriller check in $20.175 million edging out "Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer" [which fall to third place] by just a tad.

but, the big time dud of the weekend was "A Mighty Heart", the Film which star Angelina Jolie as the wife of kidnapped and slain journalist Daniel Pearl, despite all the good reviews all over.

The Film Manage only $4 millions and a disappointing 10th place, Ouch

And one of the Three big films in May have drop out of the top ten, spider-man 3 which was the first of the big may released and whom set the record for biggest opening weekend ever Drop out the box office Chart but bot only leaving it mark with a total gross of over $332,548,000.

and for those of you still care "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End," finish 6th with $7.2 million, [Total US Gross:$287,015,000]and "Shrek the Third," wind up in 8th with $5.8 million.[Total US Gross:$307,908,000]

as for the rest of the top ten
It goes something like this:

1. "Evan Almighty," $32.1 million.
2. "1408," $20.175 million.
3. "Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer," $20.15 million.
4. "Ocean's Thirteen," $11.3 million.
5. "Knocked Up," $10.6 million.
6. "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End," $7.2 million.
7. "Surf's Up," $6.7 million.
8. "Shrek the Third," $5.8 million.
9. "Nancy Drew," $4.5 million.
10. "A Mighty Heart," $4 million.

and one more thing before i go this monday at the Detroit Film Theater at the D.I.A. there is a free film beging at 8 P.M. and it begin persent by Consul General of Canada as part of the 2007 Cinema Canada program, and it a hockey flick that sweep the 2006 Genie Awards [Canada anwser to the Oscar]

"The Rocket"

[2005/Canada) directed by Charles Biname

For francophone Quebecers, Maurice “Rocket” Richard holds a singular place in Canadian history. He overcame the National Hockey League’s disdain for working-class Québécois players to become a hockey phenomenon, and made the Montreal Canadiens virtually unbeatable in the 1950s. Richard came to symbolize something more than just hockey excellence when, after decking a referee, he was banned from playing in the 1955 Stanley Cup playoffs. The verdict was seen by Québécois as a slap in the face from English Canada, and led to a night of rioting that proved a turning point in Quebec’s Quiet Revolution

and dont forget the good thing about it, Addmisstion is Free to this Film so that mean there is no cover, but remember the film start at 8 P.M.

The List - For the Weekending June 23rd

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

Playlist for June 19th

1) The Stooges – Dirt
2) Dangerous Pursuit – Run Into The Nite
3) Cetan Clawson – Short Fuse
4) The Bill Bondsmen – Conquest For Pabst
5) Lime Regal – Through The Hurt
6) Brendan Benson – What I’m Looking For
7) Tiny Steps – The Sorry State Of Affairs
8) The Sillies – No Big Deal
9) Decibilt – Don’t Look Now
10) Dirty Americans – Strange Generation
11) Sherry – Sister
12) Electric Six – Vibrator
13) The Muggs – White Boy Blues
14) Universal Temple Of Devine Power – The Man
15) Howling Diablos – Broke Down
16) The Sirens – 1-2-3-4 Rock N Roll
17) The Avatars – Revolution Revival
18) Ted Nugent – Snakeskin Cowboy
19) The Hadituptoheres – Interesting X-Rays
20) Detroit Cobras – Puppet On A String
21) Friends Of Dennis Wilson – Most Dangerous Game
22) The Amino Acids – Fear The Future
23) Bad Faces Clan – Cowboy
24) The Pizazz – Dolphin Patrol
25) Aquarius Void – Salt Mine
26) Ghost City – Oh Severed Head
27) Octopus – At Her Feet
28) Grayling – Wreckage
29) Bill Parker And His Mother Scratchers – Highway 61 Revisited

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

Playlist for June 20th


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

1. nicole atkins - carousel
2. long blondes - you could have both
3. metric - soft rock star
4. trembling blue stars - darker, colder, slower
5. clientele - winter on victoria street
6. fields - feathers
7. battle - the longest time
8. mark ronson feat lily allen - oh my god (request)
9. stereophonics - bank holiday monday
10. the holloways - generator (request)
11. rumble strips - alarm clock
12. vincent vincent & the villians - i'm alive
13. happy mondays - jellybean
14. sunshine underground - commercial breakdown
15. the twang - either way
16. pigeon detectives - caught in your trap
17. the cribs - mens needs
lp session art brut "it's a bit complicated"
18. art brut - st. pauli
19. art brut - late sunday evening
20. art brut - i will survive
21. art brut - blame it on the trains
22. working for a nuclear free city - heaven kissing hill (request)
23. mainline - no compromise
24. the midway state - a million fireflies
25. land of talk - speak to me bones
26. the be be see - disney eyes
27. the wombats - kill the director
28. subliminal girls - burn koko
29. blood red shoes - it's getting boring by the sea
30. lcd soundsystem - no love lost
31. franz ferdinand - all my friends
32. keane - she sells sanctuary
33. seafood - love song
34. the maccabees - all in your rows
35. sloan - golden eyes
36. meligrove band - monkey mask
37. cub - little star
38. the bees - end of the street

Aural Bliss
Every Sunday at 10 PM EST

Playlist for June 17th

1. hooverphonic - renaissance affair
2. air - all i need
3. distortions - this place doesn't have the balls to kill me
4. autumns - slumberdoll
5. von trapps - the day we met
6. club 8 - she lives by the water
7. sleepthief - send me an angel (ft. Kristy Thirsk)
8. gus gus - starlovers
9. moodswings - spiritual high
10. postal service - such great heights
11. i am the world trade center - shoot you down
12. monaco - shine
13. talk talk - living in another world
14. beloved - deliver me
15. wolfsheim - i won't believe
16. natalie walker - crush
17. sarah mclachlan - dirty little secret (thievery corporation mix)
18. future funk squad - kissing air
19. faultline - where is my boy
20. tracey thorn - a-z
21. portishead - wandering star
22. bjork - pagan poetry
23. regina spektor - on the radio
24. cure - dressing up

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

Playlist for June 17th

Reissue of the Week:
Perrey & Kingsley “Vanguard Visionaries” (Vanguard)

1. Chromeo - Fancy Footwork (Vice 12”)
2. Justice - D.A.N.C.E. (Ed Banger 12”)
3. The Maccabees - Precious Time (Geffen CD)
4. Oh No! Oh My! - A Pirate’s Anthem (Dim Mak CDEP)
5. A Sides - Cinematic (Vagrant CD)
6. Adam Franklin - Seize The Day (Hi Speed Soul CD)
7. Trembling Blue Stars - Darker Colder Slower (Elefant CD)
8. 1990’s - See You At The Lights (Rough Trade CD)
9. Blitzen Trapper in studio set
10. Country Caravan; Miss Spiritual Tramp; Summer Town
11. The Awkward Stage - The Awkward Stage (Mint 7”)
12. Lightning Dust - When You Go (Jagjaguwar CD)

13. Meat Puppets - Spit (Anodyne CD)
14. Vietnam in studio set
15. Too Tired; Apocalypse
16. Perrey & Kingsley - Swan’s Splashdown (Vanguard CD)
17. Flying Lotus - It’s A Secret (Milan CD)
18. The Boggs - Remember The Orphans (Gigantic CD)
19. Minus Story - Aaron (Jagjaguwar CD)
20. Architecture In Helsinki - Red Turned White (Polyvinyl CD)
21. Frankel - X Marks The Spot (Rockets Red Glare CD)

22. Dommm - Hidden Sun (Young Cubs CD)
23. Mariee Sioux - Friend Boats (Grassroots CD)
24. Nedelle - Ghost Ships (Tangram 7s CD)
25. Wooden Wand - In A Bucket (Ecstatic Peace CD)
26. Pissed Jeans - Fantasy World (Sub-Pop CD)

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

June 18th 2007

1. The Fratellis – For the Girl
2. Noisettes – Scratch Your Name
3. Mink – Jodi
4. The Mooney Suzuki – First Comes Love
5. Fountains of Wayne – Strapped For Cash
6. Mink – Talk To Me
7. Maximo Park – Books From Boxes
8. Snow Patrol – Signal Fire
9. The Fray – How To Save a Life
10. Editors – Smokers Outside the Hospital Doors
11. The Long Blondes – Lust in the Movies
12. The Ravonettes – That Great Love Sound
13. Mark Ronson (f/ Amy Winehouse) – Valerie
14. Lily Allen – LDN
15. The Long Blondes – Madame Ray
16. Head Automatica – Graduation Day
17. Craymo – Drive In Picture Show (Let’s Go)
18. Slinky Vagabond – Glitterbug
19. The Mooney Suzuki - Rock ‘n’ Roller Girl
20. Luxxury – Sable Starr
21. The Donnas – School’s Out
22. 1990’s – See You at the Lights
23. The Star 69 – So What is the News
24. The Horrors – Gloves
25. Redd Kross – Annette’s Got the Hits
26. Adam Franklin – Syd’s Eyes
27. Syd Barrett – Golden Hair
28. Adam Franklin – Shining Somewher
29. The Polyphonic Spree – Running Away
30. The Brian Jones Massacre – When Jokers Attack
31. Starsailor – Silence is Easy
32. The View – Same Jeans
33. Everybody Else – Rich Girls, Poor Girls
34. Shout Out Louds – Tonight I Have To Leave It
35. The Killers – Daddy’s Eyes
36. Mink - Jodi Top 20 Album
as of June 24th

1 - !!! (Chk Chk Chk) - Hello? Is This Thing On?
2 - Queens Of The Stone Age - Make It With Chu
3 - The New Pornographers - My Rights Versus Yours
4 - Matthew Dear - Deserter
5 - Lifesavas - Gutterfly
6 - Maps - Elouise
7 - Immaculate Machine - Dear Confessor
8 - The White Stripes - I'm Slowly Turning...
9 - Voxtrot - Kid Gloves
10 - Holy Fuck - Safari
11 - Brakes - Mobile Communication
12 - The Veils - Calliope!
13 - Wussy - Crooked
14 - The Muggabears - Dead Kid Kicks
15 - Beastie Boys - Electric Worm
16 - The Cribs - The New Fellas
17 - Zykos - George Eliot
18 - The Lodger - Kicking Sand
19 - White Rabbits - Kid On My Shoulders
20 - Wilco - Walken Top 20 Albums and Other

Jun 8 - Jun 14

Artist - Title (Record Company)

1. Blue Scholars - Bayani (Rawkus)
2. Wilco - Sky Blue Sky (Nonesuch)
3. Pela - Anytown Graffiti (Great Society)
4. The National - Boxer (Beggars Banquet)
5. Maps - We Can Create (Mute)
6. Bright Eyes - Cassadaga (Saddle Creek)
7. The Field - From Here We Go Sublime (Kompakt)
8. Bonde Do Role - With Lasers (Domino)
9. Arctic Monkeys - Favourite Worst Nightmare (Domino)
10. Bjork - Volta (One Little Indian)
11. Lifesavas - Gutterfly (Quannum)
12. Parts & Labor - Mapmaker (Jagjaguwar/Brah)
13. The Long Blondes - Someone to Drive You Home (Rough Trade)
14. Elliott Smith - New Moon (Kill Rock Stars)
15. Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - Baby 81 (RCA)
16. Keren Ann - Keren Ann (Blue Note)
17. Das Llamas - World War (Aviation)
18. The Fucking Eagles - A Million Dollars Worth of Music (GaptoothJukebox)
19. Ryan Shaw - This Is Ryan Shaw (Columbia/One Haven/Red Ink)
20. Datarock - Datarock Datarock (Nettwerk)

The other C.D. in the top 90

21. Blonde Redhead - 23 (4AD)
22. Feist - The Reminder (Cherrytree/Interscope)
25. The White Stripes - Icky Thump (Warner Bros)
26. Arthur & Yu - In Camera (Hardly Art)
30. Fields - Everything Last Winter (Atlantic)
31. Tim Armstrong - A Poet's Life (Hellcat)
32. Kings of Leon - Because of the Times (RCA)
34. The Horrors - Strange House (Stolen Transmission)
35. (Various) - World Circuit Presents (World Circuit/Nonesuch)
42. Art Brut - It's a Bit Complicated (Downtown)
45. The Detroit Cobras - Tied and True (Bloodshot)
46. Electrelane - No Shouts, No Calls (Too Pure)
49. Lavender Diamond - Imagine Our Love (Matador)
51. (Soundtrack) - The Chicas Project (Nacional)
55. Modest Mouse - We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank (Epic)
56. Handsome Furs - Plague Park (Sub Pop)
58. Great Northern - Trading Twilight for Daylight (Eenie Meenie)
59. The Veils - Nux Vomica (Rough Trade)
62. Queens of the Stone Age - Era Vulgaris (Interscope)
63. The Boggs - Forts (Gigantic)
64. Ted Leo and the Pharmacists - Living with the Living (Touch and Go)
65. The Aliens - Astronomy for Dogs (Astralwerks)
73. Brakes - The Beatific Visions (Rough Trade)
74. Love of Diagrams - Mosaic (Matador)
77. Interpol - Our Love to Admire (Capitol)
79. Maximo Park - Our Earthly Pleasures (Warp)
80. Amy Winehouse - Back to Black (Universal Republic)
81. Dinosaur Jr. - Beyond (Fat Possum)
82. Arcade Fire - Neon Bible (Merge)
83. Nine Inch Nails - Year Zero (Interscope)
84. The Shins - Wincing the Night Away (Sub Pop)
85. Peter Bjorn and John - Writer's Block (Almost Gold)

Jun 15 - Jun 21

1. The White Stripes - Icky Thump (Warner Bros)
2. The National - Boxer (Beggars Banquet)
3. Blue Scholars - Bayani (Rawkus)
4. Wilco - Sky Blue Sky (Nonesuch)
5. The Field - From Here We Go Sublime (Kompakt)
6. Maps - We Can Create (Mute)
7. Arctic Monkeys - Favourite Worst Nightmare (Domino)
8. Elliott Smith - New Moon (Kill Rock Stars)
9. Parts & Labor - Mapmaker (Jagjaguwar/Brah)
10. Beastie Boys - The Mix-Up (Capitol)
11. The Lodger - Grown-Ups (Slumberland)
12. Bonde Do Role - With Lasers (Domino)
13. The Long Blondes - Someone to Drive You Home (Rough Trade)
14. Bjork - Volta (One Little Indian)
15. Arthur & Yu - In Camera (Hardly Art)
16. Pela - Anytown Graffiti (Great Society)
17. Rocky Votolato - The Brag & Cuss (Barsuk)
18. The Soulsavers - It's Not How Far You Fall, It's the Way You Land (V2
19. Handsome Furs - Plague Park (Sub Pop)
20. Blonde Redhead - 23 (4AD)

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 18th

Editors – ‘Smokers Outside The Hospital Doors’ (Kitchenwear)
Jakobinarina – ‘This Is An Advertisement’ (Parlophone)

Jack Penate – ‘Torn On The Platform’ (XL Recordings)

Glastonbury Jury
Jo While and James Jam (features editor for the NME) chat Glasto

You Say Party We Say Die – ‘Downtown Mayors Goodnight’ (Paper Bag)

My Scene – checks out Cornwall

Enter Shikari – ‘Jonny Sniper’ (Ambush Reality)

Listening Post
Hell Is For Heroes – ‘Once And For All’ (Burning Heart)
Johnny Goes West – ‘Madrid’ (Unsigned)

Ting Tings live in session from Maida Vale
Great DJ
That’s Not My Name

Pull Tiger Tail – ‘Hurricanes’ (B-Unique)

Demo of the week
Sam Issac – ‘Sticker Star & Tape’ (Unsigned)

Final Five
Gallows – ‘Nervous Breakdown’ (Warners)
Answering Machine – ‘Silent Hotels’ (High Voltage)
Best Fwends – ‘Adultnap’ (Moshi Moshi)
The Runners – ‘Get In Line’ (Weekender Records)
Subliminal Girls – ‘Burn Koko’ (Weekender)

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 20th

1. Arctic Monkeys - 'Fluroscent Adolescent'
Album - 'Favourite Worst Nightmare'

2. Eugene McGuiness - ‘Bold Street’
Album - 'The Early Learnings of Eugene McGuinness'

3. Viva Voce - 'Centre Of The Universe'
Album - 'Viva Voce Loves You

4. Bobby Cook – ‘Deja Vu''
Album - 'Dance To The Radio'

5. Kathy Greenholdt – ‘Summers Through’
Album – ‘Wake-Up Prayer’

6. Tokyo Police Club – ‘Your English’

7. Patrick Watson – ‘The Storm’
Album- 'Close To Paradise'

8. Lil' Lost Lou – ‘Bad Bad Girl ’

9. Editors – ‘Smokers Outside The Hospital Doors’
Album - 'An End Has A Start'

10. Emmy The Great – ‘Secret Circus’
Album – ‘’

11. Introducing : Jack Penate - ‘Torn On The Platform’

12. Aggrolites – ‘Work It’
Album – ‘Reggae Hit L.A.’

13. How I Became The Bomb – ‘Secret Identity’

14. The Lodger - ‘Many Thanks For Your Honest Opinion’
Album - 'Grown-Ups'