Saturday, July 14, 2007

New MusicTuesday

WEEK 28 [2007]
JULY 10, 2007

today is Saturday, July 14th and i know this New Music tuesday post is four days late because i was sorting out my old daily newspaper junk [cutingout old story and trowing the waste away] and not only that i was resting my jets after last week Cityfest and not only that resting my feet.
speaking about resting my feet and trowing out old junk, it was on this day New Music tuesday on July 10 1985 The Coca-Cola Co. theow out New Coke after only 6 weeks but that did not change a thing because i still drink pepsi and dite pepsi to this very day.

also on July 10th in the year 1964 everybody made the long trek to the record store to get the brand new best seller from the Beatles which is called "A Hard Day's Night" Which feaher "A Hard Day's Night","And I Love Her",and "Can't Buy Me Love"
and not only the it was made into a hit film.

And Born on this day in 1947 Songwriting balladeer Arlo Guthrie was born in Coney Island, N.Y., Guthrie was famous for telling music fans that you can have anything you want at "Alice's Restaurant"[See Video Below]

Here hopeing you get any thing you want at you fave local indie music store because to day is Friday and i know it late here all the new music from the only bands that matter because it
NEW MUSIC TUESDAY[four days late]

The Most important Music that matter:

Bad Religion - New Maps of Hell (Epitaph)
Buffalo Tom - Three Easy Pieces (New West)
Crowded House - Time on Earth (ATO)
Gogol Bordello - Super Taranta! (Side One Dummy)
Great Lakes Myth Society - Compass Rose Bouquet (Quack Media)
Interpol - Our Love to Admire (special edition packaged in hard-covered book form due same day; Capitol)

Lez Zeppelin - Lez Zeppelin (Emanation)
Ra Ra Riot - Ra Ra Riot (Rebel Group)
Kim Richey - Chinese Boxes (Vanguard)
Mark Ronson - Version (Allido/RCA)

Smashing Pumpkins - Zeitgeist (Reprise)

Spoon - Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga (limited edition comes with bonus CD; Merge)

St. Vincent - Marry Me (Beggars Banquet)
John P. Strohm - Everyday Life (Superphonic)
They Might Be Giants - The Else (Idlewild/Zöe)

The Other New Releases:

Against Me! - New Wave (Sire)

Beatallica - Sgt. Hetfield's Motorbreath Pub Band (Oglio)
Boat - Let's Drag Our Feet! (Magic Marker)
The Hanslick Rebellion - The Rebellion Is Here.(Eschatone)
Jesse Harris - Feel (Velour)
Hawaii Mud Bombers - Mondo Primo(Wicked Cool)

The Icarus Line - Black Lives at the Golden Coast (Dim Mak)

The Leftovers - On the Move (Rally)
Mustangs and Madras - Le Lechuza (digipak; Latest Flame)
Oh No! Oh My! - Between the Devil and the Sea (EP; Dim Mak)
Fionn Regan - The End of History (Lost Highway)
Ulrich Schnauss - Goodbye (Domino)
To My Boy - Messages (digipak; Abeano Music/XL)
Alexa Wilkinson - Lullaby Appetite (DNK)


Various artists - Healing the Divide: A Concert for Peace and Reconciliation (Anti-)


"Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix"
"You're Gonna Miss Me"

Notable Reissues and Archival Material:

Bee Gees - "Saturday Night Fever" soundtrack (Rhino)

Nick Drake - Family Tree (Tsunami)

Foo Fighters - The Colour and the Shape (RCA)

The for Carnation - Promised Works (Touch and Go)
Kinky Friedman - Live From Austin TX (New West)
Nguyên Lê - Purple: Celebrating Jimi Hendrix (ACT)
The Monkees - Headquarters and Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn & Jones Ltd.; (two-CD deluxe editions; Rhino)
John Phillips - Jack of Diamonds (Varése Sarabande)
Stephen Stills - Just Roll Tape: April 26, 1968 (Rhino)
The Vacancies - Tantrum (Blackheart) [Buy Now]
M. Ward - Duet + Guitars 2 (Merge)

Music DVDs:

The Beatles - "Beatles' Biggest Secrets" (Image) [Buy Now]
Armin van Buuren - "Armin Only: Ahoy 2007" (two DVDs; Ultra)
The Chieftans - "Live Over Ireland - Water From the Well" (Image)
The Dresden Dolls - "Live at the Roundhouse, London" (Eagle Vision)
Roky Erickson - "You're Gonna Miss Me: A Film About Roky Erickson" (Palm Pictures)
Kinky Friedman - "Live From Austin TX" (New West)
Engelbert Humperdink - "Greatest Performances 1967-1977" (Universal)
Supersuckers - "Live in Orange Co." (2B1)

Digital Releases:

Monster in the Machine - Butterfly Pinned (hits brick-and-mortar stores on August 21; Emotional Syphon)
Page France - Page France and the Bonus Telephone EP (iTunes only)
The Scene Aesthetic - Building Homes From What We've Known (Destiny Worldwide)

TV on DVD:

Beauty and the Beast - The Complete 2nd Season
Bewitched - The Complete 5th Season: Original Color Edition
Bizarre - Best of Bizarre Vol. 7,Vol. 8,Vol. 9
Extras - The Complete 2nd Season
Home Run Derby - Volume 1
Hustle - Season 3
Punky Brewster - Volume 1-6

The List -For the Weekending July 8th and July 14th

This Week list is kind of back up over the last two weeks because i was covering Comerica Cityfest Last week

with Melody Licious & Suzy Cole
Tuesdays 10p - Midnight

[Dont have the playlist for July the 3rd, if you want to send the playlist for July 3rd please e-mial me at culturecitynewstips-at-yahoo-dot-com}

Playlist For July 10th, 2007

1) Obie Trice – Wanna Know
2) Mason Proper – A Chance Encounter
3) The Dead Bodies – Shelby Twp.
4) Great Lakes Myth Society – March
5) Noman – Tarantula
6) Speedball – Love Story Blues
7) Andrew WK – You Will Remember Tonight
8) The Black List – Leave The Lights On
9) Suicide Machines – Sometimes I Don’t Mind
10) The Dirtbombs – Brand New Game (Elliott Smith cover)
11) Brendan Benson – What I’m Looking For
12) The Amino Acids – Destroy The Warming Sun
13) Decibilt – Don’t Look Now
14) Koffin Kats – One Revived
15) Detroit Cobras – Bad Girl
16) Capitol Cities – Detroit City Girls
17) Matt Ratza – Sweet Voice
18) Cortez – Detroit Women
19) Hotness – Somehow, Somewhere, Someday
20) Almost Free – Anyone But You
21) Josh Daniels and The Addictions – Graveyard Girl
22) The Hentchmen – LeSabre Radar
23) The Displays – Don’t Complain
24) Monkey Jacket – Hello Solo
25) Johnny Headband – Tell You
26) Cactus – Evil
27) Cowboy Messiah – I Want Mine
28) Friends Of Dennis Wilson – Evacuator
29) Grayling – Kevlar
30) The Orbitsuns – What Road Are You On
31) Electric Six – Pink Flamingos (Dick Valentine acoustic in RIFF2 studios)

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

playlist for July 4th
[July 10th show was a repeat]


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

playlist for June 30th

1. maps - it will find you
2. polyphonic spree - light to follow
3. krief - what we wanted
4. dogs - dirty little shop
5. the others - thick as thieves
6. gallows - abandon ship
7. enter shikari - jonny sniper
8. be be see - disney eyes
9. the cribs - our bovine public
10. art brut - i will survive
11. the automatic - rats
12. the rakes - when tom cruise cries
13. long blondes - seperated by motorways
14. arctic monkeys - 505
15. muse - man of mystery
lp session #1 ghosts "the world is outside"
16. ghosts - ghosts
17. ghosts - something hilarious
18. ghosts - further and further away
19. ghosts - wrapped up in little stars
20. the pipettes - judy
21. bicycles - b-b-bicycles
22. montag - safe in sound feat. amy millan
23. sky larkin - 1 of 2
24. blood red shoes - it's getting boring by the sea
25. editors - an end has a start
26. arcade fire - intervention
27. tiny dancers - hannah, we know
28. the strange death of liberal england - a day another day
29. monkey swallows the universe - little polvier
30. the loungs - armageddon outta here
lp session #2 shitdisco "kingdom of fear"
31. shitdisco - 72 virgins
32. shitdisco - dream of infinity
33. shitdisco - 3d sex show
34. d.o.a - disco sucks
35. d.o.a - d.o.a

Playlist for July 7th [7-7-07]
1. d.o.a. - prisoner
2. d.o.a. - new wave sucks
3. towers of london - i'm a rat
4. maximo park - i'm gonna be (500 miles)
5. shitdisco - i know kung-fu
6. nine black alps - burn faster
7. my vitriol - war of the worlds
8. candie payne - i wish i could have loved you more
9. kate nash - foundations
10. long blondes - lust in the movies (request)
11. bat for lashes - prescilla
12. saint etienne - only love can break your heart
13. stars - the night starts here
14. maps - eliose
15. fields - charming the flames
lp session new young pony club "fantastic playroom"
16. new young pony club - hiding on the staitcase
17. new young pony club - jerk me
18. new young pony club - get go
19. new young pony club - fan
20. the thrills - nothing changes round here
21. super furry animals - show your hand
22. tiny dancers - 20 to 9
23. new pornographers - my rights versus yours
24. hadouken - liquid lives
25. tigerpicks - disco punk electro funk
26. to my boy - model
27. xerox teens - onkawara - (request)
28. dead 60s - stand up
29. the coral - who's gonna find me?
30. the cribs - shoot the poets
31. the enemy - had enough
32. mystery jets - diamonds in the dark
33. the twang - either way
34. dizzee rascal - wanna be feat lily allen - (request)
35. jacknife lee - making me money
36. lavender diamond - i'll never lie again

Aural Bliss
Every Sunday at 10 PM EST

Playlist for July 1st

1. state of grace - and love will fall
2. olive - smile
3. arid - words
4. scott matthews - the boy with a thorn in his side
5. idaho - to be the one
6. trespassers william - and we lean in
7. bjork - unravel
8. unkle - twilight
9. thom yorke - analyse
10. mc 900 ft jesus - the city sleeps
11. goldfrapp - utopia
12. sisters of mercy - temple of love
13. sneaker pimps - loretta young silks
14. faith assembly - crash and burn
15. client - one day at a time
16. rose chronicles - heaven tide
17. invisible ballet - you are my megaphone
18. crustation - purple
19. dubstar - stars
20. sister vanilla - can't stop the rock
21. elizabeth harper - let me take you out
22. ride - twiseterella
23. ian mcculloch - proud to fall
24. prefab sprout - appetite
25. smashing pumpkins - spaceboy

Play List for July 8th

1. sleepthief - the chauffeur
2. balligomingo - falling
3. boy in static - where it ends
4. oasis - stop crying your heart out
5. house of love - i don't know why i love you
6. cranes - shining road
7. ether aura - the other end
8. halou - the ratio of freckles to stars
9. starline theorie - kobayashi
10. bel canto - a shoulder to the wheel
11. portishead - scorn
12. lori carson - stars
13. massive attack - silent sprint
14. tricky - makes me wanna die
15. uh huh her - say so
16. kelli ali - fellow man
17. fine china - don't frown
18. foxtail somersault - motionland
19. trembling blue stars - this once was an island
20. new order - waiting for the sirens call (wally gagel tribute mix)
21. alison moyet - whispering your name
22. royksopp - what else is there
23. stryofoam - anything
24. notwist - one with the freaks

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

Playlist For July 1st

Dead Air #165

Reissue of the Week:
Sonic Youth “Daydream Nation” (Geffen)

Sonic Youth - Teen Age Riot (Geffen 2xCD)
Carina Round - How Many Times (Interscope CD)
Unkle - Mayday (feat. Duke Spirit) (Red Ink CD)
Good Shoes - The Photos On My Wall (Brille CD)
Frisbie - New Debut (Appendix CD)
Maps - To The Sky (Mute CD)
Handsome Furs - Dead & Rural (Sub-Pop CD)
Mexican Institute Of Sound - El Microfono (Nacional CD)
Sean Hayes - Time (self released CD)
Hallelujah The Hills - Hallelujah The Hills (Misra CD)
Fourth Of July - Can’t Sleep (Range Life CD)
Blitzen Trapper - Country Caravan (LidKerCow CD)
A Sides - Cinematic (Vagrant CD)
Shout Out Louds - Tonight I Have To Leave It (Merge CDEP)
The Truly Me Club - Cal-Ifor-Ni-Ay (Sonic Boom CD)
Desert Hearts - New Kings (No Dancing CD)
Airiel - Mermaid In A Manhole (Highwheel CD)
New Young Pony Club - The Bomb (Modular CD)
Bonde Do Role - Germia (Domino CD)
Muscles - Sweaty (Modular CD)
Justine Electra - Killalady (Wichita CD)
Scott Matthews - Sweet Scented Figure (Island CD)
Misha - Losing (Tomlab CD)
Shellac - Steady As She Goes (Touch & Go CD)
Die! Die! Die! - Year Nine, Yeah! (S.A.F. CD)
Spider Bags - Blood For You (Birdman CD)
Brothers & Sisters - Old Age (Calla Lily CD)
Taken By Trees - Too Young (Rough Trade CD)

Playlist for July 8th

Dead Air #166

Reissue of the Week!!
Rollins Band “Do It” (2.13.61)

The Budos Band - Mas O Menos (Daptone CD)
Stars - The Night Starts Here (Arts & Crafts CD)
Caribou - Melody Day (Merge CDEP)
The New Pornographers - Myriad Harbour (Matador CD)
Digitalism - Digitalism In Cairo (Astralwerks CD)
Muscles - Sweaty (Modular CD)
Rollins Band - Followed Around (2.13.61 CD)
Interpol - Who Do You Think? (Capitol CD)
Adam Franklin - Seize The Day (Hi-Speed Soul CD)
Shakes - Disneyland Pt 1 (IAMSOUND CDEP)
You Say Party! We Say Die! - Like I Give A Care (Paper Bag CD)
1990’s - You’re Supposed To Be My Friend (Rough Trade CD)
Blitzen Trapper - Country Caravan (LidKerCow CD)
Minus The Bear - Knights (Suicide Squeeze CD)
The Lodger - Unsatisfied (Slumberland CD)
Coconut Records - West Coast (Young Baby CD)
Get Him Eat Him - 2X2 (Absolutely Kosher CD)
The Lonely H - Just Don’t Know (Control Group CD)
Turbo Fruits - Murder (Ecstatic Peace CDEP)
Xavier Rudd - Food In The Belly (Anti- CD)
Bat For Lashes - Prescilla (Caroline CD)
St. Vincent - Paris Is Burning (Beggars CD)
Ben Harper w/ The Skatalites - Be My Guest (Vanguard CD)
BOAT - Illustrate The History (Magic Marker CD)
Taken By Trees - Too Young (Rough Trade CD)
The Truly Me Club - Halfpipes (Sonic Boom CD)
Mogwai - 7:25 (PIAS CD)
Lymbyc Systym - Fall Bicycle (Mush CD)

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

Playlist for July 2nd

1. The Donnas – Take Me To the Backseat
2. Monsters Are Waiting – Firefly
3. Voxtrot – Firecracker
4. The Ike Reilly Assassination – 8 Days Til the 4th of July
5. Spoon – You’ve Got Yr. Cherry Bomb
6. Editors – Smokers Outside the Hospital Doors
7. Maximo Park – Books From Boxes
8. Arctic Monkeys – Florescent Adolescent
9. The Feeling – Love It When You Call
10. Duran Duran – Planet Earth
11. SoHo Dolls – Prince Harry
12. Throwback Suburbia – Circles
13. Stars of Track and Field – Say Hello
14. The Shins – Turn On Me
15. Pleasant Gehman – Red Devil
16. The Runaways – Cherry Bomb
17. Savoir Faire – Rock ‘n’ Roll Thug
18. The Mooney Suzuki – Rock ‘n’ Roller Girl
19. Mando Diao – Long Before Rock ‘n’ Roll
20. Savoir Faire – Frustration
21. The Long Blondes – Lust in the Movies
22. Noisettes – Scratch Your Name
23. Bjork – Earth Intruders
24. The Dollyrots – Brand New Key
25. Siouxsie and the Banshees – Fireworks
26. Buffalo Tom – Bottom of the Rain
27. Razorlight – America
28. Redd Kross – 1976
29. All Hours – Fourth of July
30. Frank Sinatra – This Town (Mint Royale Remix from Ocean’s 13)
31. The Lovemakers – Whine & Dine
32. The Renals – Little Bit of You in Everything
33. Great Northern – Home
34. The Star 69 – So What is the News
35. The Jam – News of the World
36. The Polyphonic Spree – Section 18 (Everything Starts At the Seam)
37. Erasure – Sunday Girl
38. Test Your Reflex – Thinking of You
39. Voxtrot - Firecracker

Playlist for July 9th

1. The Decemberists – O Valencia!
2. The Rentals – Little Bit of You in Everything
3. The Magic Numbers – Take A Chance
4. Stars of Track and Field – Say Hello
5. Tourists – Battle On
6. The Magic Numbers – Keep it in the Pocket
7. Drifting Sand – All Summer Long
8. Interpol – No I in Threesome
9. Mobile – Out of My Head
10. Klaxons – Golden Skans
11. Interpol – All Fired Up
12. Mark Ronson (f/ Lily Allen) – Oh My God
13. The Long Blondes – Giddy Stratosphere
14. The Sounds – Painted By Numbers
15. John Wicks and the Records – That Girl is Emily
16. Mink – Jodi
17. The Bravery – Angelina
18. John Wicks and the Records – Different Shade of Green
19. The Donnas – Drive-In
20. The Cribs – The New Fellas
21. Voxtrot – Every Day
22. Throwback Suburbia – Circles
23. Arctic Monkeys – This House is a Circus
24. The Cribs – Men’s Needs
25. The Magic Numbers – Running Out
26. The Lovemakers – Whine and Dine
27. The Kooks – She Moves in Her Own Way
28. Interpol – Who Do You Think
29. Echo and the Bunnymen – Angels and Devils
30. Spoon – You Got Yr. Cherry Bomb
31. Mobile – New York Minute
32. Ramones – Somebody to Love
33. Mark Ronson (f/ Paul Smith of Maximo Park) – Apply Some Pressure
34. Maximo Park – Karaoke Plays
35. Editors – Smokers Outside the Hospital Doors
36. Stars of Track and Field – Movies of Antarctica
37. The Long Blondes – Lust in the Movies
38. Persephone’s Bees – Paper Plane
39. Two Seconds – Pirates
40. The Magic Numbers – Take A Chance
Top 20 Album as of


1 - Datarock - I Will Always Remember You
2 - The Chemical Brothers - All Rights Reversed
3 - Stateless - Exit
4 - The Lodger - Let Her Go
5 - Maps - Elouise
6 - The Cribs - Men's Needs
7 - White Rabbits - The Plot
8 - Handsome Furs - Cannot Get Started
9 - Editors - Push Your Head Towards The Air
10 - Matt Pond PA - Reading
11 - Rasputina - 1816, The Year Without...
12 - The Clientele - Carnival On 7th Street
13 - Iron & Wine - Boy With A Coin
14 - Arthur & Yu - Afterglow
15 - Electrelane - Five
16 - Fourth Of July - Long Gone
17 - Pinback - From Nothing To Nowhere
18 - The Sharp Things - The Devil In You Sings
19 - Bonde Do Role - Marina Gasolina
20 - White Denim - Let's Talk About It Top 20 Albums and Other
Jun 29 - Jul 5

1. The White Stripes - Icky Thump (Warner Bros)
2. Spoon - Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga (Merge)
3. Blue Scholars - Bayani (Rawkus)
4. The National - Boxer (Beggars Banquet)
5. Vampire Weekend - Vampire Weekend (self-released)
6. Wilco - Sky Blue Sky (Nonesuch)
7. Maps - We Can Create (Mute)
8. Bjork - Volta (One Little Indian)
9. The Soulsavers - It's Not How Far You Fall, It's the Way You Land (V2 International)
10. The Field - From Here We Go Sublime (Kompakt)
11. Arthur & Yu - In Camera (Hardly Art)
12. The Long Blondes - Someone to Drive You Home (Rough Trade)
13. Pela - Anytown Graffiti (Great Society)
14. Bonde Do Role - With Lasers (Domino)
15. Digitalism - Idealism (Astralwerks)
16. The Budos Band - The Budos Band II (Daptone)
17. Parts & Labor - Mapmaker (Jagjaguwar/Brah)
18. Buffalo Tom - Three Easy Pieces (New West/Ammal)
19. Shellac - Excellent Italian Greyhound (Touch and Go)
20. Beastie Boys - The Mix-Up (Capitol)

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.

- no show on July 9th due to the special shows for Live Earth and T In The Park

Playlist for July 2nd

Smashing Pumpkins – ‘Tarantula’ (Reprise Records)
The Alps – ‘Hunted & Haunted’ (Slice Of The Pie)

Rock n Roll News

Arctic Monkeys – ‘Plastic Tramp’ (Domino)

Headline Maker – Ash
Ash - 'End Of The World' (Infectious)
Ash - 'Polaris' (Infectious)
Ash - 'Twilight Of The Innocents' (Infectious)

Violet Violet – ‘Baby’s Going Down’ (NR One Records)
Interpol – ‘Heinrech Manoeuvre’ (Capitol)

My Scene – T in the Park

The Hold Steady – ‘Chips Ahoy’ (Vagrant Records)

Listening Post
Hell Is For Heroes – ‘You’ve Got Hopes’ (Golf Records)
Swound – ‘Disco Siberia’ (Stressed Records)
Gogol Bordello – ‘Supertheory of Supereverything’ (Side One Dummy)

Runners live in session from Maida Vale
Get In Line
All Over Again

Final Five
Locust - 'AOTKPTA' (Anti/Epitaph)
Go Team – ‘Grip Like A Vice’ (Memphis Industries)
Reuben – ‘Blood, Bunny, Larkhall’ (Hideous Records)
Stuffy & The Fusses – ‘Ahh Stuffy’ (Sour Puss Records)
Wholesky Monitor – ‘Harehill Chapletown’ (Firebomb Radio)

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 July 4th

1. Kings Of Leon – ‘Fans’
Album – ‘Because if The Times’

2. Feist – ‘1234’
Album – ‘The Reminder’

3. To My Boy – ‘The Grid’
Album – ‘Messages’

4. Good Books – ‘Passcdendaele’

5. Spearmint Rhino Horns – ‘Goats Milk’
Compilation album – ‘Earth Scorchers’

6. Bright Eyes – ‘Hot Knives’
Album – ‘Picture This’

7. Captain Black – ‘Come Up To Our House’

8. Sargasso Trio – ‘It’s Hot In Hell’
EP 1

9. Travis – ‘Selfish Jean (Radio Edit)’
Album ‘The Boy With No Name’

10. Alice Honor – ‘Handkerchief Drill‘

11. Elvis Perkins – While You Were Sleeping’
Album – ‘Ash Wednesday’

12. Air Traffic – ‘I Like That’
Album – ‘Fractured Life’

13. DJ Alibi - ‘Ninas Song’
Album – ‘Music On The Way Back’

14. Ben Marwood – ‘More Good Propaganda’
EP – ‘Four by Four’

15. Lil Lost Lou – ‘Bad Bad Girl’

Playlist for July 11th

1. Arcade Fire – ‘No Cars Go’
Album – ‘Neon Bible’

2. Slow Club – ‘Because We’re Dead’
Debut single

3. Lo-Fires – ‘Everyone Is Beautiful’

4. Broken Family Band – ‘Dancing on the Fourth Floor’
Album – ‘Hello Love’

5. Aggrolites – ‘Baldhead Rooster’
Album – ‘Reggae Hit L.A.’

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

7. Linda Draper – ‘Shine’
Album - ‘Keepsake’

8. The Dog Years – ‘Broken Toy’
Demo – ‘You Can See The Joins’

9. Interpol – ‘No. I In Threesome’
Album – ‘Our Love To Admire’

10. Ida Marie – ‘Any Given Day’

11. Tokyo Police Club – ‘Your English is Good’

12. Elvis Perkins – ‘May Day’
Album – ‘Ash Wednesday’

13. New Young Pony Club – ‘The Bomb’
Album ‘Fantastic Playroom’

14. Matthew Sawyer & The Ghosts – ‘Heartbreaker’
Album - ‘Blue Bird’s Blood’

Friday, July 13, 2007

Breaking Gig News

Bjork is doing a Detroit Gig as part of a small US tour

According to [you get it]

Bjork who released "Votla" just about a Month ago will do a North America tour and believe it or not she have added a Detroit Date to the tour

before i give you the Where and when
Just to let you know i don't have any info on Ticket prices or when they go on sale
that will be TBA

Her gig in Detroit [which will be her first Detroit gig in almost 11 years, Last time 1996 at the state theater(now the Fillmore).]will that place on Tuesday, September 11th at the Fox theater in Downtown Detroit

That all the info i had, but you know there will be more on this later

and just to let you know speaking about shows at the fox Theater
the smashing pumpkins goes on sale today
and if you are going on Sunday October 7th

Just know ticket prices are not cheap
Low Price is $39.50
and the high price is get ready for sticker shock

Film Gudie Friday - For the Week of May 13

there not much major films beging released this weekend because a grown up boy wizards have made all the films disapper, OK i am milking it a little bit there is one other film opening this weekend and the rest are opening at smaller art therater this weekend, so he a list of all the Movies with there trailers from [of Coruse]

and i want to hear from your ideas for this post, just e-mail me at culturecitynewstips-at-yahoo-dot-com.

Opened Wednesday

"Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix"[PG-13]

With their warning about Voldemort ignored, Harry and Dumbledore are targeted by the Wizard authorities.

Opening this weekend:


Elisha Cuthbert is a model whose kidnapper preys on her childhood fears.

Playing at the Main Art theater
in Royal Oak

"Broken English"[PG-13]

Romantic dreams of an unlucky-in-love woman (Parker Posey) are reborn when she meets a Frenchman.

Playing from Maple Art in

"Eagle vs. Shark"[R]

A deadpan comedy from New Zealand about two high school geeks who get the last laugh and the girls.

"Introducing the Dwights"[R]

Brenda Blethyn is an English comic transplanted to Australia, where she tries to keep her career alive while making life hell for her son.

Playing at Biringham 8 Theater in
Downtown Biringham

"Talk to Me"[R]

The story of Ralph (Petey) Greene, an ex-con who became a popular talk show host and community activist in the 1960s.


A psychological thriller about parents faced with the horror of their son's reaction to his new sister.

"Brooklyn Rules"[R}

With the mob world as a backdrop, three friends struggle with questions of love, loss and loyalty.

Playing at the DFT this weekend

(France—2006—directed by Alain Resnais)

As silent snowflakes gently fall on a magical Paris, six lonely people make unexpected contact as they search – each in different ways – for love, security and companionship. Adapted from a play by Britain’s Alan Ayckbourn, Private Fears in Public Places is the most richly rewarding, enchanting and accessible film in many, many years from the brilliant Alain Resnais (Hiroshima Mon Amour, Providence). Featuring a sparkling ensemble cast that includes Sabine Azéma, Lambert Wilson and André Dussolier, this delicate, sometimes heartbreaking tale of love and risk in the big city is every bit as visually dazzling as it is emotionally stirring. Venice and New York Film Festivals. In French with English subtitles.

(USA—1955—directed by Robert Gordon)

A gigantic octopus is on the loose in San Francisco Bay, thanks to that monster-unleashing staple of fifties sci-fi, atomic testing. The huge beast makes straight for as many landmarks as possible, including The Embarcadero, the Ferry Building, and, of course, the Golden Gate Bridge. Effects master Ray Harryhausen achieved great fluidity of motion in the giant creature despite an incredibly small budget – a budget so low that he was forced to give the big octopus just six tentacles instead of eight! (Viewers can’t tell the difference, however, thanks to that sleight-of-hand miracle known as film editing.) Kenneth Tobey (The Thing) and Faith Domergue (This Island Earth) are the gruff sub commander and the beautiful scientist who team up to save the city from certain destruction.

[Could Not find a trailer on you tube, Sorry}

(Gojira, 1954, directed by Ishiro Honda)

the original uncut Japanese masterpiece about the granddaddy of all Japanese monsters, awakened by atomic testing and determined to lay waste to Tokyo. In Japanese with English subtitles.

[And sorry aging this Trailer is in Japanese with no English subtitle]


Next Week

Hairspray (PG)
A musical about a plus-sized girl with a big heart and a passion for dancing who dreams of appearing on a local TV dance party.

I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry (PG-13)

Adam Sandler and Kevin James star as firefighter buddies who pose as newlyweds to take advantage of insurance benefits.

Sunshine (R)

In the near future, mankind's last hope is a space crew sent on a mission to reignite the dying sun ...but things go horribly wrong.

Monday, July 09, 2007

The Gig Gudie - The Rest of the Week - July 10th - 15th



Silverchair The Tonight Show with Jay Leno - NBC
Interpol - The Late Show With David Letterman - CBS
Spoon - The Late Show With David Letterman - CBS
Art Brut - Late Night with Conan O'Brien - NBC
Sara Bareilles - The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson - CBS
Iron Maiden,Gipsy Kings,Natasha Bedingfield - Live from Abbey Road - Sundance
Mark Ronson - Late Night with Conan O'Brien - NBC
Silverchair - The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson - CBS
Amen (hardcore),Tom Morello - The Henry Rollins Show -IFC
The Smashing Pumpkins - The Late Show With David Letterman - CBS
They Might Be Giants - Late Night with Conan O'Brien - NBC
Arcade Fire - Saturday Night Live -NBC[From Feb. 24]


BBC Radio

Radio 1

Jo Whiley In New Music We Trust
Wednesday 4 PM EST

Zane Lowe
Weekday From 2 to 4 PM EST

Wednesday - Live music from The Coral

Huw Stephens Introducing...
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

Radio 2

BBC 6 Music

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

This Week -
Ray Charles - Man and Music

In a series first broadcast in 2004, Stuart Maconie tells the story of the unique and influential Ray Charles - a stylist who crossed musical genres and was an originator of soul.

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

Tuesday to Thursday
The Beeb's Lost Beatles Tapes/Part 5-7

Beging at Friday
From Mento to Lovers' Rock /Part 1-3

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

Tuesday - Deacon Blue - Edinburgh Playhouse 1994
Wednesday - Nutz - Golders Green Hippodrome 1974
Thursday - The Distillers - - Brimingham Academy 2004
Friday - Bees - Auto Festival Rotherham 2002


Eddie And The Hot Rods - 15/02/1977
The Real People - 12/01/1991

Undertones - 16/08/1981
Soledad Brothers - 15/05/2003

This Poison - 22/11/1987
Ambulance - 15/06/2005

Redskins - 08/08/1983
Fall Out Trust - 24/05/2005

Alexis Korner And Blues Inc - Dec 1965
Obi - 19/07/2004

Gideon Coe
Weekday from 5 to 8 AM EST

Monday - Stephanie Dosen
Tuesday - Loney Dear
Wednesday - Wheat
Thursday - Josh Rouse

Queens of Noize
Saturday 7 PM EST

This Week:
Live From Indian Summer Festival

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

Session tracks Bright Eyes
Mr Fogg

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

Thursday- Pecker
Friday - Ceci Bastida
all live set are in PST, Three Hours behind EST


Carrie Biell - 9:30am


Adam Franklin (of Swervedriver) - 9:30am


Friday Mile - 6:00pm
The Snakebites - 8:00pm
Black Breath - 10:00pm Live Lounge

Friday - Forget Cassettes - 4:00pm

Satulitte Radio


Left of Center (Ch.26)

Left of Sessions
Wednesdays 9 pm
Rebroadcast Fridays noon ET

This Week
Satellite Party
plus older sessions from The Klaxons and Clap Your Hands Say Yeah

SIRIUS Disorder (Ch.32)

Sinead O’Connor Visits Celtic Crush
Saturday - 12:00 pm ET

Sinead O’Connor visits Celtic Crush host Larry Kirwan to talk about her new release, Theology. Tune in to see if she’ll play a few tracks as well.

XM Radio

Live From The Knitting Factory: Say Hi To Your
Monday - 10PM ET - XMU - XM 43

XMU Live
Sunday - Noon ET - XMU - XM 43

The XMU Student Exchange Program
Every 3rd Sunday 4PM ET - XMU - XM 43
This Month - Emerson College, WERS, Boston, MA.

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 Musical Maps



Tuesday - Sage Francis
Wednesday - Streetdogs
Friday - Fear Before The March Of Flames
Saturday - Mirah


Friday - Cat Power and Dirty Delta Blues
Saturday - Gogol Bordello

Maigic Bag

Tuesday - Ours
Thursday - WCSX Presents… - Bruce In The U.S.A.
Friday - Squirrel Nut Zippers
Sunday - Chris Duarte

Lager House

Saturday - AM Syndicate

Saint Andrews Hall

Wednesday - Unwritten Law
Saturday - Local Bands Unite 2007


Tuesday - The Nightwatchman
Wednesday - Mobile


Tuesday - Railroad Earth w/ Greensky Bluegrass
Wednesday - Mason Proper w/ Dead Bodies, The Architects
Thursday - Trembling Earth w/ Cut to Scene, Wesly West, Nick Newport
Friday - Great Lakes Myth Society w/ Starling Electric, Elm From Arm
Saturday - Cult Heroes w/ Circus Boy

The Belmont

Friday - Yarr! PR Showcase w/ Amino Acids, the Slats, That Handsome Devil & Casket Bastar
Saturday - Hotness, Universal Temple of Devine Power and Brothers Cortez


Friday - Sh, theOctopus!, Minor Planets, Tone & Niche, Annie Palmer
Saturday - the Black List CD Release Party!! wsg tba!

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

Friday - Mary Halvorson and Jessica Pavone, Judith Berkson

Royal Oak Music Theater

Wednesday - Wednesday Night Live w/Monkey Jacket, Never Cluster, 1964, Stolen Liberty, The Displays.
Thursday - Violent Femmes
Friday - Dick Purtan's Comedy Night Out

The Ark

Tuesday - Bill Bynum with David Mosher
Wednesday - Eric Taylor
Thursday - The Infamous Stringdusters
Friday - Laura Love Duo
Saturday - The Greencards
Sunday - A.J. Croce

Fox Theatre

Wednesday - Mountain Dew Presents: Ball4Real Streetball World Tour

The Palace of Auburn Hills

Wednesday - Tim McGraw & Faith Hill


Friday - Boyz II Men
Saturday - Solid Gold Dance Party
Sunday - Summer of Love

Meddow Brook[It Opend this weekend]

Thursday - 1964 The Tribute
Friday - Lonestar
Saturday - Greg Giraldo

Freedom Hill Amphitheatre [Sterling Heights]

Wednesday - Bob Dylan
Saturday - Young Jeezy With Lil Wayne, Fabolous & Young Buck

And a special gig for all you Fans of rock n' roll music this Thursday at the Henry Ford Museum, yes you hear me correct Henry Ford Museum at the Henry Ford in the Birth Place of Ford Dearborn, MI as part of the Rock Stars Cars and Guitars Extib there doning a sirers rock show thur out the summer this thursday palaying at the herny ford the Founders of the 80"s indie band Husher Du, The one and only Bob Mould now this show is not free, it The Henry Ford Museum, what do you expect so if you want to go if you are a mamber of the Henry Ford, it will cost you about $22 if you are a non-member of the Henry Ford it will cost you about $26

The other gig as part of the cars and stars sirers are[member/non-members]

Candy Band - July 28th [free with paid addmition($]
Gore Gore Girls - August 9th [$10/$12]
and The Offramps - September 13th [$10/$12]

for More info you can check out the Henry Ford Museum at

The Gig Guide -For Monday July 9th

Because i was wipe out after going to comerica Cityfest for five day in the heat and sticky weather, so for this week only every thing that is happening on Monday.

The rest of the week Tuesday to Sunday[7-10/7-16] will be posted later tonight.




The Smashing Pumpkins The Late Show With David Letterman - CBS
The Decemberists The Tonight Show with Jay Leno - NBC


BBC Radio

Radio 1

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

BBC 6 Music

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

Part One - Ray Charles - Man and Music

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

Part Five - The Beeb's Lost Beatles

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

Ondemand right Now - Snips - Prais Theatre 1977
Tonight - Deacon Blue - Edinburgh Playhouse 1994

Ondemand right Now
Eddie And The Hot Rods - 15/02/1977
The Real People - 12/01/1991

Undertones - 16/08/1981
Soledad Brothers - 15/05/2003

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

Guest - Broken Dolls
Session tracks - Bright Eyes.
all live set are in PST, Three Hours behind EST

The Black Lips - 9:30am [12:30 PM EST]






Sunday, July 08, 2007

Today Forcast for the Last Day of Cityfest

The Cityfest Crowd was lucky to duck rain on day one and two
minus the Strong wind that blew in on Thursday.

we have really, really good day on Friday and Saturday

But Sunday will be nice but steaming with the heat index will be over 100

the forecast for the last day of cityfest go someing like this from the unofficial weather page of Culture City the Local 4caster [WDIV-TV/NBC]

[remember since it the last day it close earily today at 8 P.M.]

partly sunny through mid morning, then becoming mostly sunny. Breezy.
Hot with highs 92 to 96.
Southwest winds 5 to 15 mph, increasing to 15 to 25 mph.

[you can called it Drive-home weather]

mostly clear, becoming partly cloudy toward daybreak.
Lows 72 to 76.
Southwest winds 10 to 15 mph.

[for no good reason because cityfest is over but were lucky because it going to rain]

partly sunny, becoming mostly cloudy during the afternoon and hot. A slight chance of showers and thunderstorms through early afternoon, then a chance of showers and thunderstorms.
Hot with highs 93 to 97.
Southwest winds 10 to 20 mph, decreasing to 5 to 10 mph late.
Chance of rain 40 percent.

and remember you can check the weather any time at the station weather page at:

Today Line-up for the Last Day on Comerica CityFest For 2007

By Stage:

Presented by The Detroit News
Location: Fisher Building Parking Lot

3:00 PM - Larry McCray /wsg Thornetta Davis
6 PM - Cheap Trick

Presented by Metro Times
Produce by Stirling

11:45 AM & 1 PM - Polka Floyd
4:00 PM - Youth Group of Rome
5:00 PM - Citizen Smile
6:00 PM - The Cetan Clawson Revolution
7:00 pm - The Displays

Presented By Real Detroit Weekly
Location: Second at Lothrop

2:30 PM - God’s Army
4:00 PM - The Singles
5:00 PM - The Silent Years
6:30 PM - The Hard Lessons

Presented by Hour Detroit Magazine
Location: Grand Boulevard at Cass

12:00 PM - PicNap Poetry featuring The Detroit Slam Team
2:00 PM - TFO
3:30 PM - Reverend Robert Jones and Sweet Kingdom Missionary Baptist Church Choir
6 PM - Detroit Soul and Blues Revue featuring Sir Mack Rice, Alberta Adams, Johnny Bassett, and RJ Spangler & the Rhythm Rockers

By Time:


PARK - 11:45 AM - Polka Floyd
JAZZ - 12:00 PM - PicNap Poetry featuring The Detroit Slam Team
PARK - 1:00 PM - Polka Floyd
JAZZ - 2:00 PM - TFO
PURE - 2:30 PM - God’s Army
MAIN - 3:00 PM - Larry McCray/wsg Thornetta Davis
JAZZ - 3:30 PM - Reverend Robert Jones and Sweet Kingdom Missionary Baptist Church Choir
PARK - 4:00 PM - Youth Group of Rome
PURE - 4:00 PM - The Singles
PARK - 5:00 PM - Citizen Smile
PURE - 5:00 PM - The Silent Years
MAIN - 6:00 PM - Cheap Trick
PARK - 6:00 PM - The Cetan Clawson Revolution
JAZZ - 6:00 PM - Detroit Soul and Blues Revue featuring Sir Mack Rice, Alberta Adams, Johnny Bassett, and RJ Spangler & the Rhythm Rockers
PURE - 6:30 PM - The Hard Lessons
PARK - 7:00 PM - The Displays

Line-up change for the last day of Cityfest

you here me correct, there have been a line-up change for the last day of Comerica Cityfest, and it all going down in the Main stage where blues great Bobby “Blue” Bland was support to play today.

but according to the Detroit Free Press thur a spokepreson at cityfest, he fell ill once arriving in Detroit and will not preform today at Cityfest.

but they found a sub for Bobby “Blue” Bland if Saginaw Native Larry McCray and will perform along side with singer Thornetta Davis.

his gig will take place at 3 P.M.

Dispatch From Tastefest - Day Four - July 7th, 2007

The Day started with Liz and day end with Liz

For the First time since cityfest began on Wednesday i arrived on time and ready for a gig in more ways than one as for the first time in a long time and for the first time since the "It came From Detroit Film Permerd" in October with her husband Clark Warren [past post i say Clark Kellogg, sorry for the mistake] and for the First time since her departher form the late night air wave was Liz Copeland as she kick off her own stage.[pure Detroit stage]

i sat there for the entire set as she played a selection of what she say is a love letter to her home town until her recent Move to Denver,CO, now i know i am not a die hard techno fan, but her set was very sonic as she look cool playing tunes to a crowd of just techno fans and her radio fans or just plan fans just walking around.

It was good listen to her set from the only music that matter in her life and the always good to here, i did talk to her after the gig and she tell me she move on after the best learning experienced of her life spending almost 12 years on the air in her hometown, as for her further in radio, well she did confirm she did made the move to Denver to be with her man Clark and her carried is now in as she put it "Transition" what she do next you have to found out at her web page at or at her my space page at

as for the other bands i saw other Saturday at cityfest after seeing a little bit of Anthony "Shake" Shakir i kill about a hour of time before i got to the Park stage where i saw Dooley Wilson for Toledo, OH who played his side guitar, he did a good job and the sound look good and after the i went back to the Pure Detroit stage to see one fo the band fotolog guy Like the High Strung which was really good. and also having a good sound as well.

then went back to park stage to see Hoenybee recording Co. band the Expatriates who are really good then i stick around to see the rock and soul band for the First time, there called Siddharta and i got to tell you they they sound very good they have a good vibe going during there live set and then i flip flop about a few times From the main stage to the park stage to see one fo my fave band "Yo La Tango" who art rock show was the perfit setting as the sun was setting, there set tonight was a good set, but some of the fans i talk to after the show said to me it was alright.

it was during the set that some one told me why i was not over at the park stage to see the GO, that is a easy Question because i was at "Yo La Tango", so i went over to the park stage not once but twice to see the Go wh was very geart in the seven song i saw them is and there sound is very good too.

So after cityfest close for the night, i walk back to a pack Northern Lights Lounge for a D.J. set Liz was doing with fellow DJ Mike Servito with Live music from Freer who played a really good live set at the northern light and i got to say it was a really fun Dance Party which last until 2:30 A.M. [Which by Michigan Law must Close] and while i was there i was dead tried from all the walking and walking i still have a blister on one of my toes.

Well tomorrow is the 5th and Final day of cityfest and among the act are Cheap Trick The Hard lesson, the Silent Year The Display, Citizen Smile and youth group of rom as i go to the new Center One More Time.