Saturday, November 10, 2007

It's 9 O'Clock

and the Writer Strike is still going on into week two and there is no new talks Schueld.

so that mean the Last remaining Book show of any of the Network late night show that was going happened Amy Winehouse on Saturday Night Live will not happened.

But instend of the that he Amy doing her hit "Rehab" on Late Show with David Letterman March 12 and not only that it was her american TV debut.

Follow up to the Muggs After NGAB

well here is a Follow up the fallout to the Muggs departing Next Great American Band Last Night with some news on what going to next.

first the rating of the show which feather the muggs departher from the show without doing there Bily Joel cover and i am going to do it a little bit difference this time using the old shit from Tiny Toon Adventures that used to aired during the afternoon about ten years ago called "Good Ideal, bad ideal" [If you dont remember here a video clip]

Now remember Fox after they saw there ratings for the 1st three weeks of two hours show they cut back to one hours at 8 PM, the 9 PM Hour was the filler Don’t Forget the Lyrics and guess what it did almost three time better than NGAB getting 6.3 million viewers and a 2.3/ 7 in the 18-49 Demo.

Now that is a good Idea.

Bad Idea

Next Great American Band in there one hour of Air time it manage a 2.69 million viewers and a 1.0/ 4 in the 18-49 Not much growth from last week two hours show so no change there.

Now as for "The Muggs" what next after getting there 15 minutes of Fame well there head it back to Detroit and yes they will record a new album Next year, according to a brief blip in today Detroit Free Press Bassist[and and good singer] Tony DeNardo told the paper before show which was taped on Wednesday the Muggs was cut they would came back home and record a blues-rock album."

and i would not be surprise if there is a little motivation to send a mass age to Ian "Dicko" Dickinson that great band don't have to have a bad lead singer and hoped they don't take Dick advice to add a Fourth member for the singing.

as for any Detroit show in the upcoming further i check there myspace page []and The Muggs Sight[]and they have no new shows book as of this date but if we know any will let you know

One more site note just for fun next Saturday i tell you how much of the Detroit crowd tune out of the show next week so be for warn.

Friday, November 09, 2007

BRAKING CULTURE NEWS and a review of Show Four [and the final show i will do on This bad show] of The Next Great American Band with the Muggs.


well if you are the luck few to read yellow on yellow background or check the spoiler by cursor it official, The Muggs ride end tonight, our hometown boys got the bad news after waiting the whole show and the Band feather Danny, Tony, and Matt are the odds band out finishing with the least amount of votes after last week horrible Elton John cover night.

They are one of two band that did not preform tonight cover song of the night billy Joel, the other band also let go of the show was the only all female band in the completion the LA Base band "ROCKET" last week they perform really bad cover version of Sir Elton john with "The Muggs doing a awful version of "I Guess what they Called it the blues" and ROCKET doing a terrible version of the Class song "ROCKETMAN"

there was edge out by the heavy metal kids bands "Light of Doom" they edge out to played at the end of the show, when ask by the hosted what happened Head Judge Ian "Dicko" Dickinson told the host it was death by Lead Singer telling Front Woman for Rocket Lauren to get some vocal lessons and to Danny to get a New Lead singer

How Ironic because last week after the show aired Danny posted something on the Muggs my space blog post a ad for what else a new lead singer and posted the home address for Danny alot of people said don't do it Danny i just a TV, by Tuesday the blog was updated to say (it's a joke people!)

and in Defence of the other band that was voted off "ROCKET", i said this story before but let me say this aging about a year and a half before the was a rock band version of American Idols i got a invited by "ROCKET" to join there friend list on my space, so before i listen i heard there music and i like them so i Join in and that was good

so when you listen to a new band i take this advice from my doing New Music Tuesday, Listen to the 1st two song in full and see if you like it or not.

as for the muggs aldought there time on the show was only three weeks [Four if you count this show] they made the Detroit rocks Scene proud and to showed the world that the Detroit scene aldught down but not out by a long shot and they will still be like by one group of fans there own fans right in Detroit.

as for the Show tonight well not much the show was cut down to a hour after three weeks of horrible ratings and they did the cover song of tonight theme "Billy Joel" which i can say much but it was bad like last week all the cover were not good expect Light of Doom which was very good and kind of like.

Dot,Dot,Dot did a are too over dramatic version of one of my fave Billy Joel pressure to tell you the thurt it was a insult it sound like Panic at the disco doing a bad version of the song yuck!

well, the ride is over, the sad News The Muggs wont be American Next Great Band.

The Good News for us, We would have too see this show aging

but for a really Check for the next two week on Saturday i posted the rating on badly this show is begin watch.

So this mean we can watch
Countdown with Ketih Olbermann[MSNBC] on a Friday night Aging.

Film Gudie Friday for the Weekend of November 9th

On This Week Film Gudie Friday Santa Brother vitst the North Pole, Terror on the Second Floor of all places a parking Lot, and guess what Tom Curse is in a new movie.

"Fred Claus"[PG]

Vince Vaughn is the bitter brother of Santa Claus who is forced to return home to live with his parents and world-beloved sibling (Paul Giamatti) at the North Pole.


A young woman (Rachel Nichols) finds herself trapped by an evil security guard in a parking garage.

"Lions for Lambs"[R]

Tom Cruise stars as a congressman who may put two idealistic soldiers in Afghanistan (Derek Luke and Michael Pena) in jeopardy when he leaks a story to a reporter (Meryl Streep). Robert Redford costars as the professor who inspired the two soldiers to take on the Taliban.

"I'll Believe You"[PG]

A late-night radio talk show host receives a phone call that he and his listeners believe came from an extraterrestrial -- sparking a hunt for the mystery caller.

"Mr. Untouchable"[NR]

The true story of Harlem's notorious Nicky Barnes, a junkie-turned-multimillionaire drug lord.

Playing at the Star Southfield

Also opening at Biringham 8 Theater in Downtown Biringham

"Before the Devil Knows You're Dead"[R]

Philip Seymour Hoffman and Ethan Hawke are brothers who rob their parents' jewelry store -- then things go horribly wrong.

Playing at the Landmark Main Art Theater in Royal Oak

"Darfur Now"[PG]

A documentary following six people trying to stop genocide in Darfur.

Opening up at the Discount theater in Warren [A.K.A. the Cinamark 16 theater]


Opening up everywhere Next week in Detroit

Beowulf (PG-13)

Robert Zemeckis directs a motion-capture fantasy tale of the legendary warrior Beowulf and his battle with the demon Grendel.

Love in the Time of Cholera (R)

In the complex and sensual city of Cartagena, Colombia, a man's passion waits and endures over fifty years for his one true love.

Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium (G)

Dustin Hoffman stars as the 243-year-old owner of the strangest, most fantastic, most wonderfully magical toy store in the world

This Weekend in Culture City for weekend of October 9th

Well, the weekend and end of one of the Crazy week ever for this blog sight with Detour Rock city and Metroitime blowout almost coming to blows, "The Muggs" further on the Next Great American Band and i clean up a little bit

after a crazy week what is up for this weekend well let take a look.

Nothing much on Friday the only good gig i can find on Friday Night is the local Psychedelic Rock band The Cetan Clawson Revolution, The band have worldwide attenton back in 2006 after releaseing White Heat and became a hit over in with there blues styling fuse rock, There doing a lot of warm up show for there released of in the early part of 2008 "The Feedback Gospel" they pay the Belmowt in Hamtramck on Friday at with Doors Opening at 9 PM, But if you miss it they will play the Detroit Derby Girls post match gig on Saturday night at the New Dogue Lounge in Hamtramck.

And Speaking about the Detroit Durby Girls, since i have been so busy i have not give a shout out to the Girls on quad rollers Skate and there ready to do match one of the 2007-08 season after getting Celeabarting the DDG Road team Beatting the Las Vegas 129 - 75 in a warm up match back in Oct. now ge ready for the six match regualu season as Pistolwhippers with names like Honey Suckit, Del Bomber, and my presonal fave Cassie Corridor face on the Devil's Night Dames with crazy names like Rock Candy, Crash Baby, and Racer McChaseHer.[Yes we dont make these name up.]

Tickets are $15, but if you get it from a Durby Girl you can get at $12 Bucks the match begin at 7:30 at the Masonic Temple Drill Hall in Downtown Detroit and dont forget the post show at The New Dodge Lounge at 8850 Joseph Campau in hamtramck with The Cetan Clawson Revolution and DJs Grimly Fiendish and Elisavet.

But that is not the only gig on Saturday night there is a lot of gigs happening all over the D-Town you can look a full list after the highlight gig but here a couple:

The Electric Six have return to there home turf to play on Saturday night at the St. Andrew Hall, can you belived it been over ten years since the band have been together when there was know as the Wildbunch and Now on there 4th album which is the longest album i ever hear since Filona Apple When the Pawn....

The Name of the album is I Shall Exterminate Everything Around Me That Restricts Me From Being The Master the show beging at 8 P.M.

and in Pontaic the crofoot have two of the hottest indie at the Complex in South Sawgina and East Pike Street, playing at the Eagle Theater will be the Pittsburgh wondering Dj "Girl Talk" he in town to promote his PLUG Nonnaed album last year Night Ripper, Whield over at the main Ball room last year big indie band the seattle base band Band of Horses who released there follow album called "Cease to Begin" which came out last month.

Band of Horses gig beging at 8 pm and the Girl talk beging at 9 PM at the Crofoot Complex.

and for all you old time and young folks who like new music, but give cred to the old timers there is the on and only Neil young his never ending tour will make a pit stop at the Fox Theater on Saturday, he on tour promoting his latest album Chrome Dreams II, the show begin at 7:30 p.m.

and there is two show on Sunday Night

show one is at the Ark as Robyn Hitchcock take the stage and show two will be the THE SECTION QUARTET with Sara Celina at the magic bag

The Other Show are


LEON RUSSELL with Laith Al Saadi - Maigic Bag
Boys Like Girls - Saint Andrews Hall
Battles w/ White Williams - BLIND PIG
Garnet Rogers - The Ark
The Eastern Seaboard and Faruq Z Bey/Michael Carey/Joel Peterson Trio - Bohemian National Home
HOT TOPIC Presents Avenged Sevenfold with Operator, The Confession and Black Tide - The Fillmore Detroit
Marcel Khalife & Al-Mayadine Ensemble - Michigan Theatre
Najwa Karam, Wael Kfoury, & Fadel Chaker - Fox Theatre


Matt White - Shelter
Stephen Kellogg and the Sixers w/ The Alternate Routes - BLIND PIG
Instant Prehistoric, Almost Free and WEe - The Belmont
SMALL'S 2-YEAR ANNIVERSARY. With HiFi Handgrenades. With Grayling and Man Inc. - Small
Odetta, Jimmy LaFave, The Burns Sisters, Joel Rafael - A Celebration in the Spirit of Woody Guthrie - The Ark
Saturday - SSM, F'ke Blood, Modern Peoples - Bohemian National Home
Neil Young - Chrome Dreams II - Continental Tour - Fox Theatre


Kidz Bop World Tour [Two Shows] - Fox Theatre

Thursday, November 08, 2007


This breaking news does involved the Low Watch Show on "The Next Great American Band" and our own Detroit rock and rollers "The Muggs", The Show was taped on either Last Night or on Tuesday with the result be reveled on Friday at 8 PM [and this time it will be a full hour not the whole Two Hours].

Now Nobody on the show is going to say any thing after Friday show end

we cover it up as best i could on who played and who did not played

So if you want to know who go kick off look placed you cursor on the yellow text to read the breaking news.

According to the Anti-American Idols{NGAB if from American Idols} Web sight, The Muggs are out of the Next Great American Band, Our own band from the Motor City finish in the bottom two after last week Awful Elton John cover night went they song a horrible version of "I Guess what they Called it the blues" and after that the Judge was Question about the Vocal of Front man Danny Metric Staying at one point Head Judge Ian "Dicko" Dickinson call his vocal “like Bart Simpson on helium.”

and to End it all off he suggest that they find a Fourth member of the band just for singing only and Danny Focus on his guitars work.

After that on Sunday According to Detroit News Melody Baetens on the Entertainment Blog that after the show Danny put a ad in the Muggs Myspace blog asking for tapes to a Auditioning for a Lead singer for Muggs and they also put the home address of Danny Muggs.

They was not the Only Band to be kick off show the all girls band "ROCKET" also kick out of the show as well after a real bad night for lead singer Lauren Rocket after she was Cirsize aging for her vocal work on the cover song including a real bad cover of Sir Elton "RockMan"

Now this is From the Anti-Idol Site which have a member in the studio crowd During the taping undercover.

To See the show [and too tell you the truth, hopeful for the last time]it going to be on from 8 to 9 pm and worst it going to be all cover from now on ouch and by next week Nobody will watch this show from Detroit

Do this mean i can watch Countdown on Friday Night Aging.

Wednesday, November 07, 2007

It's 9 O'Clock

and i am sorry to say There no end in sight with the writer Stirke as it go to day three, Shows are shuting down produtions, and yes No late night shows and that still mean no Music acts during the strike.

So that mean to see what happend in the prefit world if there was no Strike this would happend over the last two night.

[Note i was out last night]

Grizzly Bear

Was going to play Conan last night
Sub: LaBlogotheque take away show 2006


Was going to be on Leno tonight
Sub: Playing Rid Of Me on Leno

Well, i have to tell one thing i am glad that the Detroit March Music Gig Show down is all over, if you have not following the whole story [and i don't have all day to type blow-by-blow] the Detroit Base indie culture site Detour Announced they will be staring there own festival the Rock City Festival on March 5th to the 8th, the same weekend as the hamtramck blowout put on the Detroit Atl. Weekly Newspaper "The Metrotimes"

And the Detroit portion of the blogitspere went total nuts as alot of people who go to show was put in a Corner choosing a Local music version of SXSW run by a news paper in a enclave city for almost ten years, or a Music festival at the main center of indie music run by the a web site that have been up for only 6 months.

and put bands in a Corner as well as words was spearing around that the band that play the detour fest may not played a months before or two week after the Detour Rock Fest fest.

It was hot talk around the Detroit music blog [Web Vomit,Motor City Rocks,Five Three Dialtone, Record Reviews, DanG My Space blog and this blog site] for five days running until on Tuesday when it was announced that the Detour Rock City Festival would move from Early March to the Next Summer of 2008 and after that there was a sigh of relief all over Detroit Rock City as the Blowout will take place as Schedule and Detroit will have a weekend of there own in the summer.

Detour in there Statement to the Detroit blog and the press, Detour said this statement: "We’re not in the business of warring festivals. We attempted to broker a deal where both events could coexist, but this didn’t work out. Detour will not be a part of any event that divides artists and their fans. We want people to play and attend our events and read our site out of passion, or simply for fun, and not because they feel like they have to take a side."

the same could be said for the Metrotimes in a quite from today Detroit Free Press Lisa Rudy, publisher of the Metro Times, was glad that the two festival will not go head to head saying to the paper "Isn't it great now that people can do both of these events at different times of year?" she said. "Why make people choose and why make musicians choose? And that's really the point."

Well, i myself a music fan that have almost over 200 shows in the last 11 years that include almost every fest that go around yearly was glad not to pick and choose between the two festival that are going on a the same, it was not healthily to the avg music fans to go back and forth between the two festival to catch the local band that we like and in the long run the fan go to both shows.

but there will be linger question that will go unanswer and will be probable fogoting when we get to the blowout and when we get to the Detour Rock City Fest.

Did the metrotimes fell a sleep at the switch when they found out that Rock city was book for the same Weekend as the blowout.

and was the booking of Rock City on blowout weekend was a shot back at the metrotimes after they fired or let go many metrotimes staffers including publisher Anthony Morrow who work 8 out of the 10 blowout.

those question will be let unawser as fans will enjoy both festival next year and you know all the bloggers will be covering both the Metrotimes Hamtramck Blowout and Detroit Rock City Fest including this one so stay tunes to this blog as detail trickle in.

and a couple of footnotes to note that sprung up during the comments on all those blogs of the two festival.

One, awsering the question did this happend once before?

Yes it did back in the early years of the blowout right around 2000 of 2001 there was a music festival that happened at the same weekend as the Blowout, But this was a protest festival because back then the Blowout support the Detroit Music Awards, many of the top bands boycott the Blowout and play a music festival that was spread out all over Detroit, that lasted for fot one year.

Years later the Metroitimes and the Blowout back away from the music festival and is no longer sponsoring the Detroit music awards, the Metrotimes pull it sponsorship back in 2004.

And second The Detour Rock City Fest is not to be confuse with a difference Rock City Festival which was held in the back on the Majestic theater in there Parking Lot and in June 2004 at the heights of the Garaged rock era in Detroit now that festival have almost every body in the Detroit Rock Scene, playing at the festival The Rants, The Thread Counts, The Grande Nationals, The Nice Device, Human Eye, Easy Action, esQuire, The Go,The Sirens, The Greenhornes, The Sights, The Dirtbombs, it was a sussced big time but they did not do a second Rock City Festival because of Nosie Complants around the Complex.

Tuesday, November 06, 2007

New Music Tuesday

WEEK 45[2007]
NOVEMBER 6, 2007

Today is Tuesday, and if is Tuesday it must mean New Music Tuesday just like if it sunday it "Meet the Press" on NBC which made it debut on this day in 1947 and belvied of not it is still on the air to this day as one of the longest running TV on TV right now.

It was on this day in 1966 that legdon concert promoter Bill Graham[not to be confuse with TV preacher Billy Graham]opened up his first Fillmore Auditorium at the hights of the psychedelic counterculture era.

Now almost 40 years later, the Name "The Fillmore" have sadly been hijack and Mcfranside to included Philadelphia, New York, Denver, Miami Beach, and our own State theater in Detroit, but it still the same as what us old timer called it "The State Theater".

And haveing a birthday today Living Colour Corey Glover is 42, Actor Ethan Hawke is 37, Actress Rebecca Romijn is 35, Calitflornia 1st lady Maria Shriver is 62, Crow T. Robot and Dr. Clayton Forrester is 59, OK the preson who did Crow T. Robot and Dr. Clayton Forrester on Mystery Science Theater 3000 puppeteer and actor Trace Beaulieu is 59 and Front man for the Eagles Glenn Frey was born on this day he 59 but many of you do not know that he was born here and was part of the 60 rock scene here sang back up in Bob Seger's Ramblin' Gamblin' Man in 1968 and left here to when on to the road to "Hotel California"

And on the way there he stop by a record store to catch all today wonderful new released from the only bands that matter today is Tuesday anf today is

The Most Important Released that matters:

- Barenaked Ladies - Talk to the Hand: Live in Michigan (enhanced; Shout! Factory)

- Bright Eyes - Motion Sickness: Live Recordings (Team Love)
- Buckethead - The Elephant Man's Alarm Clock (TDRS)
- Jimmy Buffett - Live in Anguilla (two CDs and one DVD; Mailboat)

- Five for Fighting - Back Country Live (special edition comes with DVD; Columbia)
- Grizzly Bear - Friend (Warp)

- Minipop - New Hope (Take Root)
- Sigur Rós - Hvarf/Heim (with DVD; XL Recordings)

- Tokyo Police Club - Smith (EP; Paper Bag)

New Releases:

- 60 Watt Kid - 60 Watt Kid (Absolutely Kosher)
- Arp - In Light (Smalltown Supersound)
- Bear in Heaven - Red Bloom of the Boom (Hometapes)
- Bottomless Pit - Hammer of the Gods (Comedy Minus One)
- BUDDYREVELLES - Don't Quit (Solitaire)

- By the End of Tonight + Tera Malos - Complex Full of Phantoms (Temporary Residence)
- Clipd Beaks - Hoarse Lords (Lovepump United)
- Dri - Smoke Rings (Range Life)
- The Drift - Ceiling Sky (live; Temporary Residence)
- Dust Galaxy - Dust Galaxy (Eighteenth Street)
- Kim Hiorthøy - My Last Day (Smalltown Supersound)
- Brad Laner - Neighbor Singing (digipak; Hometapes)

- Oh Astro - Champions of Wonder (Illegal Art)
- Pedro - You, Me & Everyone (Mush)
- White Williams - Smoke (TigerBeat6)
- Zookeeper - Becoming All Things (Belle City Pop)


- Various Artists - Juno Awards 2007(EMI)
- Various Artists - Safe Haven, A Benefit for SMYRC[Cherchez La Femme]
- Various Artists - Tribute to Prince(Cleopatra)
- Various Artists - Voices from the Siren Nation (Cherchez La Femme)
- White, Blue, Yellow and Clouds - Introducing: White, Blue, Yellow and Clouds (I and Ear)


- Martian Child
- 100 Greatest TV Themes, Vol 2 (four-CD box set; Silva)
- "Downtown 81"(Recall)

- Southland Tales (Southland Tales)

Chirstmas Release:

- Captain & Tennille - The Secret of Christmas (Retroactive Entertainment)
- Shawn Lee's Ping Pong Orchestra - A Very Ping Pong Christmas: Funky Treats From Santa's Bag (Ubiquity)
- Rick Springfield - Christmas With You (Gomer)
- Various artists - A Christmas Celtic Sojourn Live (Rounder)

Notable Reissues and Archival Material:

- Aerosmith - 20th Century Masters: The Best of Aerosmith - The Millennium Collection (Geffen/UMe)
- David Byrne - The Knee Plays (two CDs; Nonesuch)
- Neko Case - Black Listed (Anti-)
- Neko Case - Fox Confessor Brings the Flood (with bonus CD; Anti-)
- Neko Case & Her Boyfriends - Furnace Room Lullaby (Anti-)
- Nat King Cole - He got a lot of reissueds
- Nat King Cole - Cole Español/More Cole Español (Collector's Choice)
- Nat King Cole - Just One of Those Things/ Let's Face the Music (Collector's Choice)
- Nat King Cole - Love Is the Thing/ Where Did Everyone Go?(Collector's Choice)
- Nat King Cole - Nat King Cole Sings for Two in Love/ Ballads of the Day (Collector's Choice)
- Nat King Cole - Penthouse Serenade/ The Piano Style of Nat King Cole(Collector's Choice)
- Nat King Cole - Ramblin' Rose/ Dear Lonely Hearts (Collector's Choice)
- Nat King Cole - Songs From St. Louis Blues/ Looking Back (Collector's Choice)
- Nat King Cole - The Touch of Your Lips/ I Don't Want to Be Hurt Anymore (Collector's Choice)
- Nat King Cole - Welcome to the Club/ Tell Me All about Yourself (Collector's Choice)
- Excessive Force - Gentle Death (Metropolis)
- Lisa Gerrard - The Very Best of Lisa Gerrard (4AD)
- Gram Parsons - Archives Volume One: Gram Parsons With the Flying Burrito Brothers Live at the Avalon Ballroom 1969 (Amoeba)
- Barrington Levy - Barrington Levy in Dub: The Lost Mixes From King Tubby's Studio (Cooking Vinyl)
- Paul McCartney - Memory Almost Full (deluxe edition with DVD; Hear Music)
- Van Morrison - Still on Top: The Greatest Hits (Hip-O/Ume)
- Moby Grape - Moby Grape '69 and Truly Fine Citizen (Sundazed)
- Operation Ivy - Operation Ivy (Epitaph)
- Teddy Pendergrass - The Essential Teddy Pendergrass (two CDs; Philadelphia International Records/ Legacy)
- Lou Rawls - The Essential Lou Rawls (two CDs; Philadelphia International Records/ Legacy)
- Bobb Trimble - Harvest of Dreams (Secretly Canadian)
- Bobb Trimble - Iron Curtain Innocence (Secretly Canadian)
- Stevie Ray Vaughan & Friends - Solos, Sessions & Encores (Epic/Legacy)
- John Williams - The Music of Star Wars: 30th Anniversary Collector's Edition (Sony Classical)
- Robin & Linda Williams - Radio Songs (Red House)

Music DVDs:

- Barenaked Ladies - "Talk to the Hand: Live in Michigan" (Shout! Factory)

- Five for Fighting - "Back Country Live" (Columbia)
- Barry Manilow - "The First Television Specials" (five-DVD box set; Rhino/ Stiletto New Media)
- Oasis - "Lord Don't Slow Me Down" (two DVDs; Hip-O)

- The Rolling Stones - "Just for the Record" (five DVDs; Passport)
- Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble - "Pride and Joy" (Epic/Legacy)
- Paul Weller - "As Is Now" (Adrenaline)
- The Who - "Amazing Journey: The Story of The Who" (Universal)
- Andy Williams - "The Best of the Andy Williams Show" (Time Life)
- Various artists - "The Best of the Jammys, Volume Two" (Image)

Digital Releases:

- Great Northern - Sleepy Eepee (EP; available exclusively on iTunes; physical release due in February; Eenie Meenie)
- Maoi - Carbon Dioxide (Kitty-Yo)
- Rhythm King and Her Friends - The Front of Luxury (Kitty-Yo)

TV on DVD:

The Andy Williams Show - The Best Of
Beetle Bailey and His Friends - The Complete Collection
The Bob Hope Show - Ultimate Collection Special Edition
Captain and Tennille, The The TV Specials
Colbert Report, The Best Of The Colbert Report
The Cosby Show - 5 and 6
The Day of the Triffids - The Day Of The Triffids
Doctor Who - Story #123: Time-Flight
Doctor Who - Story #124: Arc of Infinity
Doctor Who - The Complete 3rd Series
Flight of the Conchords - The Complete 1st Season
Full House - The Complete 8th Season
Full House - The Complete Series Collection
Gilligan's Island - The Complete Series Collection
House of Venus - The Complete 1st Season
Iron King - The Complete Series
The King of Queens - The Complete Series
Kung Fu - The Complete Collection
Martin - The Complete 3rd Season
McLeod's Daughters - The Complete 4th Season
Most Extreme Elimination Challenge - Season 3
The Munsters - The Munsters' Scary Little Christmas
Payback - The 2nd Season
The Pink Panther Show - A Pink Christmas
Project Runway - Season 3
Seinfeld - The Complete Series
Seinfeld - Vol 8 - Season 9
Sesame Street - Old School Volume 2: 1974 - 1979
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson - Heeere's Johnny: The Definitive DVD Collection From The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson
Wildfire - Season 2
Wings - The Complete 5th Season
Wonder Woman - The Complete Collection
The X-Files - The Complete Collector's Edition



Breaking Culture News in from the Desk of Culture City, Five Days of Anger and Worrying and the nightmare of picking two festival gigs on the same weekend in the same City Ended tonight.

According to
Web Vomit on his Blog sight, De-tour Posted a Statement to all press, that the Detour Music Festival Which have been book for the Majestic Theater Center on March 5th to the 8th the extic same weekend as the Mertotimes Hamtramck Blowout will not happen on that day avoiding a big time riff the like we have not seen since the Jack and Jason Smack down at the Stick on 12-13-03.

in a Statement, they did announced they will move the rock city festival From March to Some time in the Summer of 2008, but they did not say what the new date is

Here is the Full Statement as posted on the Web Vomit Web Site at 1:11 A.M.

After witnessing undue pressure put on bands, venues, sponsors, and the fans, Detour has decided to postpone Rock City until summer 2008. The festival will still feature the best in local Detroit talent along with a slew of the national acts we love.

We’re not in the business of warring festivals. We attempted to broker a deal where both events could coexist, but this didn’t work out. Detour will not be a part of any event that divides artists and their fans. We want people to play and attend our events and read our site out of passion, or simply for fun, and not because they feel like they have to take a side.

Thank you to the bands that agreed to take the journey and stand up with us. We’re saving a slot for you next summer.

And remember, if you’re planning a festival in the coming months, let us know so we can book something on the very same day.


they have been bad feedback since the Rock City was Announced back on Thursday to take place on the same Weekend as the blowout [March 5th-8th]some were saying the whole rock city event was put together to get back at the metro times which house many of the staff that used to works at the metro times most notable Publisher and Editor Anthony Morrow who producer 8 out if the 10 blowout

Morrow who was either let go or was fired after the last year blowout and have been running Detour since May of this year.

So a big Time culture City Gig meltdown have been adverted big time and it is good we would have to pick and Choose between two festival on the same week and the Detroit music Fans got to go to both.

That is good to see.

i going to swallow this big new and have more on this tomorrow

so that mean Four Months until blowout and least we not forget
Ten Months until DALLY 31 yeah!

Monday, November 05, 2007

It's 9 O'Clock

And you probable already know by now that the Writers Guild of America have gong on Strike today in a Despite with the Producer over payments to writers from shows offered on the Internet and Sales off DVD.

And almost all expert are saying this Strike could be a long one so almost every late night TV Show will be the first victims of the stike because no writer mean no fresh Materled for all the late night host and no new show mean all the late night show will have to go into reruns and that mean no Letterman, No Leno, No Kimmel, No Conan,No Craig Ferguson, and No Carson Daly."

No New Show mean No new Music Act that are always at the end of the show.

So instead of Music Video we present what would happened in a perfit world to see if there was a deal and if we would not be talk about the strike

On Conan tonight you be seeing Seattle Indie rock band Band of Horses who promoting there Current Album "Cease to Begin" released last month

But instead we have the band From Letterman last Month

Video From Friday Night Edtion of The Next Great American Band

And now for thoues of you who Did Not See "The Next Great American Band" and i know there is a lot of you out there here are the Video High Light or could i say low lights from last night show and video of Sir Elton showing how to get things done.

"The Muggs" with “I Guess Why They Call it the Blues”

The Sir Elton Verson

"Rocket" with "Rocket Man"

The Sir Elton Verson

But i can not resitt this Cover
by Captin Kurt

Sixwire - with “Don’t Let the Sun Go Down”

The Sir Elton Verson

Franklin Bridge with “Philadelphia Freedom”

The Sir Elton Verson

Denver and the Mile High Orchestra with “I’m Still Standin’”

The Sir Elton Verson

And least we Forget

Dot Dot Dot “Your Song”

The Sir Elton Verson

This Week I Saw a Headach Four Months away

This have been one hell of a weekend
That have seen the Detroit area music blogs goes nuts
Big time.

i tell you in the last 19 months since i started this blog

I have seen some of best minds in Detroit Music Move out of town and Dis the City
I have seen some of my fave bands booking tours and worst yet avoiding Detroit altogether her and even they play Detroit they play Ann Arbobr, Royal Oak, or even Pontiac.
and even worst a Indie booking War between the the Stick Complex in Mid-town and and the Just Opening Crofoot in Pontiac with some of the band that i like playing the Crofoot, which is to hard to travel.

and if you can't think it get any worst for Detroit Rock City....
Late Last Week it already had.

Two Music Festival run by two difference sets of People in two Difference location on The same weekend on the 1st weekend in March.

and Like MC Hammer used to say "PROBLEM"
or Could i say big time problem

The whole story began Last Thursday as
Detour a Detroit Base Web-Zine that held there Launch Party back in September at the Stick Complex and at the CAID announced the Detour Rock City Music Festival to beheld at the Majestic Theatre Center, the 60 acts showcase would take place on March 5th through 8th.

After the some comments on some blog site were writing the Obit of the metro times blowout which have been going since 1998 mostly in the enclave city of Hamtramck and some where saying was asking what happened it the blowout was book as the same week.

Well less than 18 hours later on there website,
the Metrotimes told all of Detroit, yes there will be a blowout as the announced there was taking application on there web site at, and the blowout will take place on March 5th through 8th and after music fans read that all hell broke loose.

there have been a lot of comments on this Major Culture City Dust up the like we never seen before since Michael Colman[Former GM of WDET-FM From Aug. 2005- Dec.2006] ruin WDET-FM back in 2005 and have never been the same since.

A lot of the commet have been total mixed since the two Festival were announced most of the commute have been direct at Detour asking why put on a festival on the same Weekend as the blow out. and most of the comments have been Direct at been one person at the center of this whole story.

Detour published and Editor Anthony Morrow

Morrow have planed out 8 of the 10 blowout in it whole history, but last year he was either [depending who to believe] Fired or Let go from the paper because of cutback at the paper.

After that months later he and other started who also work at the metro times started Detour magazine at which focus on Music, Films, and review of a lot of shows.

most of the comments have been hard on the Detour gang calling the booking of the rock city festival a pay back at the Metro times fired Morrow and other staffer that used to work at the Metro times and the Rock City Festival is the perfit way to get back at the metro times.

but there also been question at the Metro times as well, asking the question did the Metro times was a sleep at the switch, there was rumours before the annocment that there would be no Hamtramck Blowout in 2008 leading to speculation that band was ask there would be no blowout this year and the planned Detroit Fest would be going on.

But there was some comment on the blog that the festival is a alternative to the blowout.

also there have rumours that De-tour is asking band to played that going to played De-tour to not played any other gigs a Week before of the Week After the Detour event.

some member of bands i have talk to say they will not play petty Politic in this gig smack down,and other friend that i know of will simple just don't care.

But, The big Loser in this is the music fans in Detroit who divide in the ugly game of one-up manship, because they have to decide between a local Music festival run by a free newspaper that have been in this town for 27 years or a music festival run by Web-zine made up by former Staffers form the same paper that been up for 6 months.

also big loser in all this is the bar owners in hamtramck where the blowout is located if the crowd goes to the magic stick and don't go to the blowout it could take a chuck out the bar business in hamtramck [non-holiday]

so what my opinion on this whold mess, as you know i like the indie music scene since 1996 when i saw the light and dump commerical radio, and i have been going to show for a long time and yes that include the mult-day music fest that bands that i like played and i been going the blowout every year since the first one when it was only 2-day and 6 clubs and i when to the Launch party for De-tour weeks ago at the stick complex and it was good.

But having Two Difference Festival in Two Difference Location on the same weekend in the same city separated by I-75 Between Holbrook and E.Warren Ave. is a totally bad idea, this is a little bit silly to let a personal feud between a free paper and a Web-zine to spit the avg. music fans to choose one or the other music fest is bad against the fans and worst for the scene and also with traving around the city bad as it is with no mass-transit what so ever and worst years aways doing overlapping festival is not good and worst even hurting the fans.

I hoped there is some good listener out there at both the Metro times and De-tour, My Adviced Move one of the Festival to a Difference Weekend probable the Weekend of Feb. 27th to March 1st that mean a win-win for the Metro times, Detour, and the Detroit Music Fans.

the Reason this is begin talk about Now, because Both the festival ask taking submission for Band to played both Festival, so a lot of it may change between now and March, so keep in tune with this blog site for the latest on this Culture City Smack Down.

Or if you want to send me a Commet or any news on the Dueling festival you can send a Comment or send a E-mail at

The Weekly Gig Guide For the Week of November 5th to November 11th



[Please Note: Because of the TV and Movie Writers Strike agiset Producers which took effice at 12:01 Pm PST[3:01 am EST], many of the late shows like The Tonight Show with Jay Leno[NBC], Late Night with Conan O'Brien[NBC] Last Call with Carson Daly[NBC], Saturday Night Live[NBC], Jimmy Kimmle Live [ABC], The Late Show With David Letterman[CBS], The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson[CBS] may not aired new shows for a wheild and they may aired repeat instead, So for the time beging i Have takeing off the weekly Line-up.]

For More here a Wired Story on the WGA Strike,
Click Here

But i do have one thing that will be on T.V. and you whan to Tivo or taped on V.C.R. but if you have nothing to do on Saturday, Do watch This Week PBS Austin City Limits for a Whole Hour on one of my fave bands and a Storng Fave to make the 2007 Culture City Festive 50 in about seven weeks.

This Show was record during the recent Austin City Limits Festival back in Auguest and it a band that i wish have played Detroit promoting this album, but i like this band i have to plug it and the band is this band.

Arcade Fire

The Aired Time For this show are the following

WFUM-TV 28 [Flint][On Comcast -Ch.24] - Saturday - 11:00 PM
WTVS-TV 56 [Detroit][On Comcast - Ch. 6] - Sunday Morning - 3:00am
and WTVS-DT 56.1 - Thurght out the week - Check for time on WTVS Web site -, But if you want the 1st aired it at this time:
Saturday - 9:00pm


BBC Radio

Radio 1

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

Huw Stephens In New Music We Trust
The Best of BBC Introducing [Best New UK Bands}
Wednesday 4 PM EST

This Week
My Device in session

Zane Lowe
Weekday From 2 to 4 PM EST

Monday - Masterpieces - Nirvana - 'Nevermind'
Tuesday - Masterpieces - Arctic Monkeys – Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not
Wednesday - Masterpieces - The Strokes – Is This It
Thursday - Masterpieces - Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin 4

BBC Introducing in the Nations
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


The Bing Crosby Trail

Fridays - 2 PM EST

Michael Freedland demonstrates how the biography of one of the most important stars of the second half of the 20th century can be retold in a new way.

The Cowboy's Last Ride

Thursdays 6:03 PM EST

American singer-songwriter Tom Russell travels to deepest Texas and uncovers the story of the cowboy and his music.

On Line Right Now

The Poet, The Rocker: The Phil Lynott Story

Phil Lynott, the former lead singer of the rock band Thin Lizzy, died in 1986 from heart failure and pneumonia after an 11-day fight for his life.

Lynott had escaped the poverty of his Dublin childhood by launching a music career, and had found fame in the 1970s with hits like The Boys Are Back In Town and Dancing in the Moonlight.

The singer always led a flamboyant rock-and-roll lifestyle, and as he struggled to deal with the pressures of his career and problems in his personal life he became involved in drug and alcohol abuse.

In this special one-hour retrospective, Phil Lynott's work and life is remembered by those closest to him. Including insights from James Nesbitt, Huey Lewis and Lesley Crowther.

Radcliffe and Maconie
Monday and Tuesday - 3 to 5 PM EDT

Wednesday - Siouxsie Sioux
Thursday - Journalist Miranda Sawyer

BBC 6 Music

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

This Week - Anarchy in the UK

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

Monday - Beach Boys Story 6
Beging Tuesday
Island Rock

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

Proable Someone at the BBC read my blog site there now putting Concerts and Sessions on the same day.


Concert: Lightning Seeds
Sessions: The Beat and Dresden Dolls


Concert: Beth Orton
Sessions: Zutons and Goldblade


Concert: Dears
Sessions: Earl King and Gorillaz


Concert: AC/DC
Sessions: Simple Minds and Kirsty Macoll


Concert: Burning Spear
Sessions: Scars and Labi Siffre

On-Line Right Now

Saturday [11-03]

Concerts: Hives
Sessions: Mikey Dread and MC Solar


Concert:Gary Numan
Sessions:New Young Pony Club and Ben Folds

Queens of Noize Sonic safari
Saturday 7 PM EST

This Week
Monsters safari

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

Monday - Bobby Kray
Tuesday - Nancy Elizabeth is Tom's live guest tonight and provides

This Week session tracks - Vincent Vincent

XFM - London

Music: Response
Monday to Thursday
From 2 PM to 5 PM EST

Monday - Shy Child
Tuesday - Lethal Bizzle
Wednesday - Hundred Reasons

Monday to Thursday from 5 PM to 8 PM

Monday - They Came From The Stars, I Saw Them – Artists In Residence
Tuesday - Talk Taxis – One Night Stand / The Brunettes – Live Studio Guests
Wednesday - One More Grain – One Night Stand / Peggy Sue & The Pirates – Live Studio Guests
Thursday - Sennen – One Night Stand
Friday - X-Posure Live London – Yeasayer / Matt&Kim / Jonquil @ The Barfly

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

Monday - Steve Earle
Tuesday - Orange Lights
Thursday - Salt & Samovar
Friday - Ryan Adams
all live set are in PST, Three Hours behind EST


Jens Lekman - 12:30 pm


Tullycraft - 12:30 pm


Annuals - 3:00pm
Sunday Night Blackout - 9:00pm
Anthony Shears - 11:00pm Live Lounge

Monday - The Forms 4:00pm
Tuesday - Oppenheimer 4:00pm
Thursday - The Celebrity Pilots 4:00pm

World Café
WeekDay From 2 to 4 PM EDT

Monday - Josh Ritter
Tuesday - Steve Earle
Wednesday - Sarah Bareilles
Thursday - Minus the Bear
Friday - Interpol

Satulitte Radio

XM Radio
[Partly List, the rest will be update later]
Artist Confidential: The Blue Man Group
Monday - All Day - XMX - XM 2

Build Your Own Show with Zero 7 featuring Sia + Jose Gonzalez
9AM ET - Starbucks XM Café - XM 45

Monday With The Masters: Miles Davis
Monday - Noon ET - Beyond Jazz - XM 72

The King Biscuit Flower Hour: David Bowie
3PM ET - Deep Tracks - XM 40

Starbucks XM Café Live
Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals
Tuesday - 8PM ET - Starbucks XM Café - XM 45

LiVE @ The Verge: Tegan and Sara
Wednesday - 6PM ET - The Verge - XM 52

Live @ BJ's: Miles Davis in Montreal 1985!
Wednesday - 9PM ET - Beyond Jazz - XM 72

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 Head to Toe



Tuesday - THURSDAY
Wednesday - LUCERO
Saturday - QUESTIONS

The Crofoot[1 South Saginaw, Pontiac, MI]

Tuesday - MOBIUS BAND plus MASON PROPER [The Pike Room]
Wednesday - EUROS CHILDS and DAVID KILGOUR [The Pike Room]
Thursday - FEAR BLIND[The Pike Room]
Saturday - GIRL TALK at the Eagle Theater 8 pm $15
Saturday - BAND OF HORSES at the Crofoot Ballroom 7pm $15

Maigic Bag

Friday - LEON RUSSELL with Laith Al Saadi
Sunday - THE SECTION QUARTET with Sara Celina

Lager House

Thursday - IDLE VICE

Saint Andrews Hall

Wednesday - Katt Williams New Movie American Hustle Exclusive Preview
Thursday - Radio Rebellion Presents : Job For A Cowboy and Behemoth
Friday - Boys Like Girls
Saturday - Electric Six


Monday - Manchester Orchestra : the Annuals
Saturday - Matt White


Tuesday - The Meat Puppets w/ Ha Ha Tonka
Wednesday - Paucity w/ Man at Arms, Victor! Fix the Sun, Empire Empire
Thursday - The Great Divide w/ Brett and Circus
Friday - Battles w/ White Williams
Saturday - Stephen Kellogg and the Sixers w/ The Alternate Routes

The Belmont

Thursday - Ameoba Kids
Friday - Cetan Clawson, Warhorses and Sleep Owls
Saturday - Instant Prehistoric, Almost Free and WEe


Tuesday - Lab Partners. With Halon, Dark Red and Siki Sik Nation.
Saturday - SMALL'S 2-YEAR ANNIVERSARY. With HiFi Handgrenades. With Grayling and Man Inc.

The Ark [Ann Arbor]

Monday - Melissa Ferrick & Mary Gauthier
Tuesday - Sue Foley
Thursday - Anne Hills
Friday - Garnet Rogers
Saturday - Odetta, Jimmy LaFave, The Burns Sisters, Joel Rafael - A Celebration in the Spirit of Woody Guthrie
Sunday - Robyn Hitchcock

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

Monday - Paul Metzger/Tim Kaiser, Nick Schillace/Joel Peterson
Tuesday - Tatsuya Nakatani/David Slackens,Clem Fortuna
Wednesday - The News (Eric Boeren/Cor Fuhler/Nate McBride/Mike Reed) plus Mike Tamburo and Horseback
Thursday - Melissa St. Pierre, Jon Mueller, KBD
Friday - Closing night!
Art opening at 6pm: Michael Dinges- "A Shot Across the Bow"
Curated by special guest Rebecca Mazzei...
Followed by The Eastern Seaboard and Faruq Z Bey/Michael Carey/Joel Peterson Trio
Saturday - SSM, F'ke Blood, Modern Peoples

The Fillmore Detroit (formerly State Theatre)

Thursday - Fox Stripped Live at The Fillmore: Craig Morgan, Miranda Lambert, Tracy Lawrence, Clay Walker, Blake Shelton, Jason Michael Carroll, Bucky Covington, Trent Tomlinson, Pat Green
Friday - HOT TOPIC Presents Avenged Sevenfold with Operator, The Confession and Black Tide

Michigan Theatre

Monday - Marc Cohn
Tuesday - Broken Social Scene plays Kevin Drew's 'Spirit If'
Friday - Marcel Khalife & Al-Mayadine Ensemble

Royal Oak Music Theater

Wednesday - Black Rose, Gardens of Soul, Tiny Lighting, Busy Light

Fox Theatre

Friday - Najwa Karam, Wael Kfoury, & Fadel Chaker
Saturday - Neil Young - Chrome Dreams II - Continental Tour
Sunday - Kidz Bop World Tour [Two Shows]

The Palace of Auburn Hills

Monday - Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band

The List for the Weekending November 3rd

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

[Dont have the playlist for October 30th, if you read thi and have it please send a E-Mail at]

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

Playlist For October 31st
(((((((THE 2007 HALLOWEEN SPECIAL)))))))))))


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

1. the pooh sticks - saturday's the big one
2. cooper temple clause - head
3. house of love - shine on (request)
4. primal scream - velocity girl (request)
5. the fall - f oldin' money
6. the horrors - count in fives
7. mark ronson feat santogold - pretty green
8. frank & walters - saturday night
9. thurston moore - friend (request)
10. japan - my new career
11. ub40 - my way of thinking
12. madness - night boat to cairo
13. keith - hold that gun (request)
14. railway children - a pleasure
15. lily allen - don't get me wrong
16. groove armada - crazy for you
17. that petrol emotion - it's a good thing
18. british sea power - please stand up
19. athlete - you got the style
20. razorlight - golden touch
21. hot hot heat - harmonicas & tambourines

Aural Bliss
Every Sunday at 10 PM EST

1. sigur ros - staralfur
2. great northern - our bleeding hearts
3. sundays - i won
4. von trapps - the day we met
5. wolfsheim - blind 2004
6. smiths - death of a disco dancer
7. morrissey - jack the ripper
8. stone roses - sally cinnamon
9. longpigs - on and on
10. radiohead - house of ards
11. martine topley-bird - shangri la
12. handsome boy modeling school - i've been thinking
13. cinephile - comatose
14. enigma - gravity of love
15. piano magic - not fair
16. pooma - snow
17. cocteau twins - cherry coloured funk
18. ride - dreams burn down
19. curve - horror head
20. ego likeness - you better leave the stars alone
21. clan of xymox - heroes
22. moev - capital heaven
23. erasure - storm in a teacup
24. holden and thompson - come to me

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

playlist for October 28th

Reissue of the Week
Black Dice CD "Load Blown" (on Paw Tracks)

1. Muscles – Ice Cream (Modular CD)
2. The Things – Horror Movie (Big Neck CD)
3. Baby Guts – Cringe (Guilt Ridden Pop CD)
4. Les Savy Fav – The Equestrian (Frenchkiss CD)
5. Sigur Ros – Í Gær (XL CD)
6. British Sea Power – Atom Main (Rough Trade CDEP)
7. Nellie McKay in studio set
- Don't Fence Me In
- P.S. I Love You
8. Extra Golden – Street Parade (Thrill Jockey CD)
9. Tinariwen – Taskiout (World Village CDS)
10. The Scotland Yard Gospel Choir – This World Has No Place For Me (Bloodshot CD)
11. Phosphorescent – A Picture Of Our Torn Up Praise (Dead Oceans CD)
12. Thurston Moore – Fri/End (Ecstatic Peace CD)
13. Matthew Dear in studio session
- Deserter
- Midnight Lovers
14. Holy Fuck – Milkshake (Young Turks CD)
15. The Octopus Project – An Evening With Rthrtha (Peek-A-Boo CD)
16. Turzi – Animal Signs (Kemado CD)
17. Malcolm Middleton – A Brighter Beat (Full Time Hobby CD)
18. Cafe Tacuba – Y Es Que... (Universal CD)
19. Prince Edward Island – Take Your Breath Away (Baby Boom CDEP)
20. Euros Childs – Horse Riding (Wichita CD)
21. Dri – Meet Me Out (Range Life CD)
22. Miss Derringer – Heartbrakes & Razorblades (Stay Gold CDS)
23. Black Dice – Kokomo (Paw Tracks CD)
24. Gang Gang Dance – Nicoman (Social Registry CD)

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

Playlist for October 29th
"Halloween Show"

1. The Bollock Brothers – Horror Movies
2. Wednesday 13 – Ghost of Vincent Price
3. Astrovamps – Boris Karloff
4. Bauhaus – Bela Lugosi is Dead
5. The Screamers – The Scream
6. Soho Dolls – My Vampire
7. Brigitte Handley – Sleeping With a Vampire
8. Bis – Secret Vampires
9. The Markee Merlo Show – The 20 Ft. From Mars
10. Zolar X – Holiday On Mars
11. Roky Erickson & the Aliens – Creature With the Atom Brain
12. The Cramps – Teenage Werewolf
13. The Young Werewolves – Zombie Car Chase
14. Teddy and Darrell – Beast of the Sunset Strip
15. The Suicide Machines – Ghost of the Sunset Strip
16. Groovy Ghoulies – Back To the Garage
17. PF Sloan – Halloween Mary
18. The Weeds – Born on Halloween
19. Pleasant Gheman – Season of the Witch
20. Donovan – Season of the Witch
21. The Church – Witch Hunt
22. Whole Lotta Lava – My Girlfriend Is a Witch
23. The Cult – The Witch
24. Switchblade Kittens – Witch
25. Joy Division – Dead Souls
26. Editors – Spiders
27. The Who – Boris the Spider
28. The Forbidden Dimension – Spiderbite
29. The Cramps – The Fly
30. The White Stripes – Little Ghost
31. Mazzy Star – Ghost Highway
32. Kristin Hersh – Your Ghost
33. Rich Kids – Ghosts of Princes in Towers
34. Japan – Ghosts
35. The Beach Boys – Monster Mash
36. Rob Zombie – Dragula
37. The Young Werewolves – Gala Monster Rally
38. My Chemical Romance – Vampires Will Never Hurt You
39. The Misfits – Vampira
40. Elvira – Here Comes the Bride (The Bride of Frankenstein)
41. The Inflatable Boy Clams – Skeletons
42. W.O.M.B. – Halloween
43. Thee Merry Widows – Graverobbers (From Outer Space)
44. The Shags – Halloween
45. Lou Reed – Halloween Parade Top 20 Album
as of November 3rd

1 - Beirut - In The Mausoleum
2 - British Sea Power - Down On The Ground
3 - Shout Out Louds - Impossible
4 - Aloha - Body Buzz
5 - Sonic Youth - I'm Not There
6 - Matt Pond PA - The Crush
7 - Les Savy Fav - What Would Wolves Do?
8 - Asobi Seksu - Stay Awake
9 - The Forms - Getting It Back
10 - Underworld - Beautiful Burnout
11 - The Envy Corps - Prisoner Of War
12 - Prints - Too Much Water
13 - Radiohead - Bodysnatchers
14 - Sondre Lerche & Regina Spektor - Hell No
15 - Jukebox The Ghost - Good Day
16 - Loney, Dear - The City, The Airport
17 - Cass McCombs - Lionkiller
18 - Mobius Band - Tie A Tie
19 - Working For A NuclearFree City - Troubled Son
20 - Stars - The Night Starts Here

NEW TO THE GIG GUDIE persent ARTROCKER [UK Music Magizine]on the Radio
Wednesday at 6 PM EST
Re-Aired: Saturday at 6 PM
Also on for two week after 1st aired

Playlist for October 31st

THE BLEEPS "Dull Thud"
SHOCK CINEMA "New Threats"
EAT SUGAR "Black Eye"
ENON "Those Who Don't Blink"
FIGHT LIKE APES "Lend Me Your Face"
MY DEVICE "That Girl Don't Got No Shoes On"
ELLE S'APPELLE "She Sells Sea Shells"
MATT & KIM "Yea Yeah"
SO SO MODERN "Turn This Landscape Upside Down"
DIE! DIE! DIE! "Death To The Last Romantic"
FADE TO SEPIA "Solvent Jitterbug"
GOOD SHOES "Small Town Girl"
SONS AND DAUGHTERS "Gilt Complex" Top 20 Albums and Other
Oct 19 - Oct 25

1. Radiohead - In Rainbows (self-released)
2. Band of Horses - Cease to Begin (Sub Pop)
3. M.I.A. - Kala (Interscope)
4. Iron and Wine - The Shepherd's Dog (Sub Pop)
5. The Valley - The Valley (self-released)
6. (Various) - Live at KEXP Volume Three (KEXP)
7. Beirut - The Flying Club Cup (Ba Da Bing)
8. Pinback - Autumn of the Seraphs (Touch and Go)
9. The Cave Singers - Invitation Songs (Matador)
10. Les Savy Fav - Let's Stay Friends (Frenchkiss)
11. PJ Harvey - White Chalk (Island)
12. Simian Mobile Disco - Attack Decay Sustain Release (Interscope)
13. Bettye LaVette - The Scene of the Crime (Anti-)
14. Jose Gonzalez - In Our Nature (Mute)
15. Animal Collective - Strawberry Jam (Domino)
16. Siberian - With Me (Sonic Boom)
17. Jens Lekman - Night Falls Over Kortedala (Secretly Canadian)
18. Grayskul - Bloody Radio (Rhymesayers)
19. The Go! Team - Proof of Youth (Sub Pop)
20. Devendra Banhart - Smokey Rolls Down Thunder Canyon (XL)
21. The Blakes - The Blakes (Light in the Attic)
22. Thurston Moore - Trees Outside the Academy (Ecstatic Peace!)
23. Film School - Hideout (Beggars Banquet)
24. Two Gallants - Two Gallants (Saddle Creek)
25. Aesop Rock - None Shall Pass (Definitive Jux)
26. Feral Children - Second to the Last Frontier (Buffalo Shoe)
27. Amateur Radio Operator - Sirens of Titan (self-released)
28. Tom Brosseau - Cavalier (Fatcat)
29. Buck 65 - Situation (Strange Famous)
30. The Fiery Furnaces - Widow City (Drag City)
31. Orgone - The Killion Floor (Ubiquity)
32. Kevin Drew - Spirit If (Arts & Crafts)
33. Federico Aubele - Panamericana (Eighteenth Street Lounge)
34. Blue Scholars - Joe Metro EP (Rawkus/Massline)
35. Celebration - The Modern Tribe (4AD)
36. The Scotland Yard Gospel Choir - The Scotland Yard Gospel Choir (Bloodshot)
37. Red Collar - The Hands Up EP (Power Team)
38. The Voom Blooms - Nine Ships EP (self-released)
39. Funky C - Joya (Sonic360)
40. Heavy Trash - Going Way Out With Heavy Trash (Yep Roc)
41. Stars - In Our Bedroom After the War (Arts & Crafts)
42. Black Francis - Bluefinger (Cooking Vinyl)
43. Yeasayer - All Hour Cymbals (We Are Free)
44. Matt Pond PA - Last Light (Altitude)
45. Rob Sonic - Sabotage Gigante (Definitive Jux)
46. Sea Wolf - Leaves in the River (Dangerbird)
47. Modeselektor - Happy Birthday! (Bpitch Control)
48. (Various) - Latin Funk (Rough Guides/World Music Network)
49. Police Teeth - Jazz Records for Sale (Blood City)
50. Smile Brigade - Take the Precious Edge Off This Treacherous Ledge (Beep Repaired)
51. iLiKETRAiNS - Elegies to Lessons Learnt (Beggars Banquet)
52. Georgie James - Places (Saddle Creek)
53. Junius - Junius (Radar/SAF)
54. DJ Bitman - Latin Bitman (Nacional)
55. Mary Gauthier - Between Daylight and Dark (Lost Highway)
56. Ohmega Watts - Watts Happening (Ubiquity)
57. Underworld - Oblivion with Bells (Side One)
58. Seabear - The Ghost That Carried Us Away (Morr)
59. UNKLE - War Stories (Surrender All)
60. Whalebones - Morning Man EP (self-released)
61. Coconut Coolouts - Party Time Machine (Haunted Horse)
62. Dolour - The Years in the Wilderness (Quince)
63. Tullycraft - Every Scene Needs a Center (Magic Marker)
64. Othello - Alive at the Assembly Line (Hiphop is Music)
65. Shooting Spires - Shooting Spires (Cardboard)
66. Edit - Certified Air Raid Material (Alpha Pup)
67. Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings - 100 Days, 100 Nights (Daptone)
68. Los Mono - Somos Los Que Estamos (Sonic360)
69. Cut Off Your Hands - Shaky Hands ep (Iamsound)
70. Steve Earle - Washington Square Serenade (New West)
71. Ravens & Chimes - Reichenbach Falls (Better Looking)
72. Deadstring Brothers - Silver Mountain (Bloodshot)
73. Wooden Shjips - Wooden Shjips (Holy Mountain)
74. Richard Hawley - Lady's Bridge (Mute)
75. Vampire Weekend - Vampire Weekend (self-released)
76. Black Lips - Good Bad Not Evil (Vice)
77. Vells - Integretron (Imputor?)
78. Kanye West - Graduation (Roc-A-Fella)
79. The Pipettes - We Are the Pipettes (Cherrytree/Interscope)
80. (Various) - The Roots of Chicha: Psychedelic Cumbias from Peru (Barbes)
81. Enon - Grass GeysersCarbon Clouds (Touch and Go)
82. Trentemoller - The Trentemoller Chronicles (Audiomatique)
83. Dead Confederate - Dead Confederate (demo)
84. Akron/Family - Love is Simple (Young God)
85. Rogue Wave - Asleep at Heaven's Gate (Brushfire)
86. Prefuse 73 - Preparations (Warp)
87. The Sadies - New Seasons (Yep Roc)
88. Eugene Blacknell - We Can't Take Life for Granted (Luv N' Haight)
89. Mum - Go Go Smear the Poison Ivy (Fatcat)
90. The Octopus Project - Hello, Avalanche (Peek-A-Boo)

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31st October 2007

1. Super Furry Animals – ‘Run-Away’
Album ‘Hey Venus’

2. Eugene McGuiness – ‘Bold Street’
Album ‘The Early Learnings of Eugene McGuiness’

3. Le Volume Coubre – ‘Freight Train’

4. Sons & Daughters – ‘Gilt Complex’

5. Ticklah – ‘Descent’

6. Young Knives – ‘Terra Firma’

7. Tom Brosseau – ‘Amory’
Album – ‘Cavalier’

8. Elle S’Apelle – ‘Little Flame’

9. The Cribs – ‘Our Bovine Public’
Album - ‘Men’s Needs, Women’s Needs, Whatever’

10. Miranda Lee Richards – ‘Life Boats’

11. Slow Club – ‘Me & You’

12. Johnny Flynn & the Sussex Wit – ‘The Box’

13. Asobi Seksu – ‘New Years’

14. The Bongolian – ‘Feel It’
Taken from the forthcoming album ‘Outer Bongolia’

15. One Night Only – ‘You & Me’