Saturday, November 24, 2007

The List for the Weekendding November 24th

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

Playlist for November 20 th

1) Grande Nationals – Spend The Night
2) The Hard Lessons – See And Be Scene
3) Dirty Americans – Car Crash
4) Class Three Overbite – What’s So Funny
5) Friends Of Dennis Wilson – Shockwaves
6) Jawbone – My Daddy
7) Queen Bee – Wanna Bee
8) Shoe – Hangover (Little Bird Outside My Window)
9) Carjack – Songs That You Should Know
10) Mazinga – Rocks & Fire
11) Ted Nugent – Snakeskin Cowboys
12) The Pizazz – Legomania
13) Bluesong – Like An Ocean
14) Noman – Ballad Of A Dead Man
15) MAS! – Drinks From The Top Shelf
16) Electric Six – It’s Showtime!
17) The Muggs – Need Ya Baby
18) Chapstik – Captain
19) Superchrist – Electric Penis
20) Sik Sik Nation – New Face
21) The Silent Years – This Town
22) Freer – Dreams Disappear
23) Stare Into The Sun – Henrietta
24) The High Strung – On Your Feet
25) Bump – Remember To Forget
26) Natives Of The New Dawn – Good Day
27) Detroit Cobras – As Long As I Have You
28) The Twistin Tarantulas – Alexandria
29) Electric Six – Danger! High Voltage (Soulchild Remix)

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

Playlist for November 17th

1. the indelicates - sixteen
2. vichy government - my mail-order bride
3. robots in disguise - the sex has made me stupid
4. the heavy - that kind of man
5. primal scream - struttin'
6. mo solid gold - david's soul
7. heavy stereo - mouse in a hole
8. madness - house of fun (request)
9. the holloways - dancefloor
10. the rifles - talking
11. the courteeners - acrylic
12. you say party! we say die! - what's the hold-up? where's the fire?
13. dragonette - black limousine
14. tokyo police club - a lesson in crime
15. lp session sixnationstate "sixnationstate"
- can't let go
- so long
- everybody wants to be my friend
- don't need you anymore
16. tired irie - im keller
17. the wombats - let's dance to joy division
18. joe lean & the jing jang jong - lucio starts fires
19. babyshambles - baddie's boogie
20. the tacticians - girls grow up faster than boys
21. milburn - what will you do (when the money goes)
22. madness - baggy trousers (request)
23. mumm ra - she's got you high
24. rumble strips - alarm clock
25. santogold - you'll find a way
26. mia - paper planes
27. tunng -bricks
28. to my boy - metal
29. the bicycles - paris be mine
30. new pornographers - jackie (request)
31. the lodger - unsatisfied
32. broken dolls - stronger
33. nicole atkins - brooklyn's on fire
34. scotland yard gospel choir - aspidistra

Aural Bliss
Every Sunday at 10 PM EST

1. lamb - lullaby
2. viia - frozen
3. let's go sailing - sideways
4. dubstar - st swithin's day
5. chimera - let me be around
6. monster movie - driving through the red lights
7. cardigans - rise and shine
8. shields - love like you
9. chemical brothers - asleep from day (ft. hope sandoval)
10. ether aura - i speak your every word
11. honeybreath - for when it's almost
12. cocteau twins - love's easy tears
13. sarah blasko - don't dream it's over
14. blue foundation - watch you sleeping
15. natalie walker - crush
16. portishead - it could be sweet
17. sway - winter heart
18. jesus and mary chain - just like honey
19. autumns - apple
20. au revoir borealis - waldorf theft song
21. neverending white lights - where we are (ft. rob dickinson)
22. kubb - chemical
23. elbow - asleep in the back
24. sia - day too soon
25. fauxliage - all the world
26. halou - present tense

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

1. Shawn Lee's Ping Pong Orchestra – Get UR Freak On (Ubiquity CD)
2. The Hard Lessons – See And Be Scene (Kiss And Dwell CD)
3. Canadians – A Sky With No Stars (Ghost CD)
4. Os Mutantes – Bat Macumba (Luaka Bop 2xCD)
5. Cafe Tacuba – El Outsider (Universal CD)
6. White Rabbits – I Used To Complain Now I Don't (Say Hey CD)
7. Mariee Sioux in studio set
- Friendboats
- White Fanged Foreverness
8. Pylon – Dub (D.F.A. CD)
9. Joy Division – Twenty Four Hours (WEA 2xCD)
10. Monster Magnet – Blow Your Mind (Steamhammer CD)
11. Les Savy Fav – Slugs In The Shrubs (Frenchkiss CD)
12. Six Organs Of Admittance in studio session
- Sum Of All Heaven
- Jade Like Wine
- Journey Through Sankuan Pass
13. Breezy Porticos – Navel Gazing (Best Friends CD)
14. Best Fwends – Dream Off (Moshi Moshi CD)
15. Aiden Moffat & The Best Of's – Your Hands Are Cold (Tomlab CD)
16. Bonde Do Role – Contaminada (Domino CDEP)
17. The Black Ghosts – I Want Nothing (IAMSOUND CDEP)
18. Dr. Dog – The Girl (Beck Remix) (Park The Van CDEP)
19. Wire – Our Time (Pink Flag CDEP)
20. Pretendo – Angsti Nervosa (Country Club CD)
21. Liars – House Clouds (Mute CDS)
22. Coco B's – Modern Lover (K Double CD)
23. Stars – Take Me To The Riot (Arts & Crafts CD)
24. Chromatics – Night Drive (Italians Do It Better CD)

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

Playlist for November 19th

1. Spoon – You Got Yr Cherry Bomb
2. Puffy Ami Yumi – Love So Pure
3. The Gears – Trudie Trudie
4. Skybombers – It Goes Off
5. Carbon/Silicon- The News
6. Hard-Fi – We Need Love
7. Mark Ronson f/ Amy Winehouse – Valerie
8. Bloc Party – Flux
9. Mika – Happy Ending
10. Amy Winehouse – Back to Black
11. Scouting For Girls – She’s So Lovely
12. Switches – Dramaqueen
13. Muse – House of the Rising Sun
14. Katy Perry – Ur So Gay
15. Bat For Lashes – What’s A Girl To Do?
16. The Pipettes – Dirty Mind
17. The Dollyrots – Brand New Key
18. The Killers f/ Lou Reed– Tranquilize
19. Lou Reed – The Day John Kennedy Died
20. The Killers – Under the Gun
21. Voxtrot – Firecracker
22. Athlete – In the Library
23. The Holloways – Fit For A Fortnight
24. The Hives – Hey Little World
25. David Gahan – Kingdom
26. The Dylans – (Don’t Cut Me Down) Mary Quant in Blue
27. Travis – Coming Around
28. Maximo Park – Books From Boxes
29. Shona Laing – (Glad I’m) Not A Kennedy
30. Buck Brothers – Girls, Skirts, Boots, Bikes
31. The Sunshine – She’s Got A Fever
32. The Holloways – Dancefloor
33. The Shins – Turn On Me
34. The Duke Spirit – Lassoo
35. Blood Red Shoes – It’s Getting Boring By the Sea
36. Tiny Masters of Today – Hologram World
37. Nushu – So Glad You Dig Me
38. Paula Pierce – Dark November
39. Skybombers – It Goes Off Top 20 Album
as of November 23rd

1 - The Forms - Knowledge In Hand
2 - Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings - Answer Me
3 - Sara Culler - Wolflike They Are
4 - Jens Lekman - Kanske Ar Jag Kar I Dig
5 - Strange Death..Liberal England - Oh Solitude
6 - Maritime - Hours That You Keep
7 - The Hives - T.H.E.H.I.V.E.S.
8 - Vampire Weekend - Walcott
9 - Matt Pond PA - It's Not So Bad At All
10 - Dead Confederate - Get Out
11 - The Scotland Yard Gospel Choir - Obsessions
12 - Cat Power - Song To Bobby
13 - Kevin Drew - Farewell To The Pressure Kids
14 - Tullycraft - Bored To Hear Your Heart...
15 - Band Of Horses - No One's Gonna Love You
16 - The Seedy Seeds - The Little Patton
17 - Future Of The Left - My Gymnastic Past
18 - Toby Slater - Uprising
19 - The Wombats - Let's Dance To Joy Division
20 - Vampire Weekend - Bryn

Steve Lamacq's In New Music We Trust
Live Monday 4 PM EDT
or any time at
for one week untill the following monday at 4 PM EDT.

Playlist for November 19th

Reverend & The Makers - 'Open Your Window' (Wall Of Sound)
The Kills - 'U R A Fever' (Domino)

Elle s'appelle - 'Little Flames' (Moshi Moshi)

Fav Five: The Young Knives

Holy F*** - 'Frenchy's' (Young Turks)

Myscene: USA

Interpol - 'No.1 In Threesome' (Capitol)

Video Nasties In Session

Operator Please - ' Leave It Alone' (Brille)

Demo of the Week
4 or 5 Magicians - 'Forever On The Edge'

Final Five
Pagan Wanderer Lou - 'Tree Of Knowledge' (Brainlove)
Johnny Flynn & The Sussex Wit - 'The Box' (Vertigo)
Frightened Rabbit - 'Sing The Greys' (FatCat)
I Need To Discover - 'mixandmatch' (Squarepeg Round Hole Records)
Yelps - 'People' (1965)

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

It's 9 O'Clock

and tonight is the Biggest Bar Night on the year as there will be many show happend in and around the Metro Detroit area as people will be enjoying gigs all over town now a bunch of you will drink and if you wake up you will have one big hang over

so before you go here are some reminder of how bad Drinking and Driveing can be
and a hangover cure about hang over for my fave web show Mahalo Daily

and dont forget if you have too much to drink get someone to drive you home or called a cab.

And Pleased be Safe tonight and all thur the holaiday season.

This weekend in Culture City

Now i will be take the Whole four days off this weekend so i will not be doing any blogging for next four days, but i be back on monday.

So this is list of all the shows that is happening this weekend in Detroit

now one more thing if you are going to gig or dinner any where in Downtown Detroit, Pleased be reminded because of American Thankgiving Parade which take place tommorrow, The west side of Woodward Avenue will close from Forest to Mack/Martin Luther King Jr. beginning at noon Wenesday. The parade route from Forest to Jefferson will be closed beginning at 4 a.m. Thursday. Side streets near the parade route may also be closed.

Magic Stick
The Detroit Cobras

Majestic Theatre
Bump with Natives of The New Dawn

The Crofoot

Magic Bag
THE MEGA 80's Special Thanksgiving Eve Retro Party!

Lager House
Silent Years, Freer and Zoos of Berlin

Blind Pig (Ann Arbor)
Greensky Bluegrass

The Fillmore Detroit (formerly State Theatre)
MTVU presents: Motion City Soundtrack with Mae & Anberlin

Royal Oak Music Theatre
ReUnion with Big Soinc Hevean host Derrevn Revell

The Belmont(Hamtramck)
Chapstick, Superchrist and Year of The Pig (featuring members of Chapstick and Diegrinder).

Small Bar (Hamtramck)
Elvis Hitler with Snakeout

Bohemian National Home
Lee Marvin Computer Arm, Terrible Twos, The Muldoons


The Painted Lady [Hamtramck]

Just the Parade in person in Downtown or watch it on Local Four from 8 AM to Noon



BOOGIE DYNOMITE - The Crofoot Ballroom
Maigic Bag
ROBIN HORLOCK with One Man's Opinion & Matt Austin Band - Magic Bag
Blue Rubys w/ Gregory Stovetop, Nathan Mack - BLIND PIG
Shoe - The Belmont
Circa Survive Wsg Ours & The Dear Hunter with Fear Before The March of Flames - Royal Oak Music Theater


THE 4TH ANNUAL DETROIT SUBGENIUS Best Idea Ever!, The Amino Acids, Unidentified Drunken Injury and Mike Bison - MAGIC STICK
THE SIGHTS - the Pike Room
Howling Diablos w/ Zistafones - Lager House
Phat Kat w/ Street Justice, Melanie Rutherford, Marv Won, Stryfe - BLIND PIG
The Belmont
Carjack, Charlie Slick - The Belmont
Jeff Daniels & Friends - Michigan Theatre
Lewis Black - Fox Theatre
Dane Cook - The Palace of Auburn Hills


SEARCH THE CITY - the Pike Room
THE DETROIT BLUES SOCIETY'S Blues Challenge Finals - Magic Bag

Friday and Saturday

Walking With Dinosaurs - The Live Experience - Cobo Arena

Culture City Present Mahalo Daily with Veronica Belmont

Today Show[11/21]:
Surf Lesson

In Michigan after the Parade and the Football and the turkey, there nothing to do, but in Califlonia, Florida, and Hawaii it surf Up Dude

Surfing — It’s a heck of a lot harder than it looks. Well, maybe you already knew that, but we were pretty confident going into this that we’d be cruising the waves after a couple of hours. HAH! It’s freezing cold, the waves are huge (to us), and that board is not easy to manage. It was fun, for sure, but maybe we’ll stick to boogie boarding.

Story Links:

How to Surf for Beginners
Rash Guards

and you cant not get any sufing action we have this.

Film Gudie Friday - Special Thanksgiving Day Edtion

I know today is not friday, but every year at this time the day before thankgiving and yes on black friday to get away from the black friday maddness, there is new film out today.

among the new films out today are a cartoon to real life fairly tale in the NYC, a killer mist draw up by Stephen King and a family road trip back home and a bob Dylan Film to boot.


A princess (Amy Adams) is kicked out of a magical, musical fairy tale kingdom by an archetypal evil stepmother (the voice of Susan Sarandon), and lands in a decidedly real New York City, homeless and human, where she is helped out by a prince of a guy (Patrick Dempsey).

"The Mist"(R)

Stephen King's mythical Maine town Castle Rock gets haunted yet again in this thriller about nasty things that go thump in a thick mist that traps a number of townsfolk, including an artist (Thomas Jane) and his terrified son, in a local supermarket.

"This Christmas"(PG-13)

Some fine actors gather around the tree in this home-for-Christmas family drama, including Loretta Devine as matriarch Ma Dear, Regina King as the married oldest daughter locked in sibling rivalry with more worldly college grad Sharon Leal, and Idris Elba as the prodigal son.

"August Rush"(PG)

Freddie Highmore, of "Finding Neverland" and "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," plays a 12-year-old orphan who runs away to New York City in search of his birth parents and discovers his amazing gifts.


Timothy Olyphant is a killer-for hire known only as Agent 47, whose cut-and-dried assignment turns out to be anything but, ensnaring him in an international conspiracy.

Playing at the Main Art Theater

"I'm Not There" (R)

The self-created enigma that is Bob Dylan sees his personas and permutations probed by director Todd Haynes ("Far From Heaven"), who employs six actors, including Heath Ledger, Richard Gere and most surprisingly Cate Blanchett, to play characters inspired by Dylan in the most experimental movie to get a fairly wide national release since -- well, maybe ever.

and the New DIA is Opening to the public and to celeabear there is Tree movie playing this week at the Detroit Film Theather at the DIA and after the Film go check out the new DIA because it going to be open for free form Saturday at 10 a.m to Sunday at 6 p.m.

(Mongolia/Germany/2006/Directed by Byambasuren Davaa)

The Cave of the Yellow Dog is the story of Nansal, a six-year-old nomadic girl living in south central Siberia. By day Nansal rides her pony and plays with her dog in a mountainscape of otherworldly beauty; at night she reads and listens to stories while her mother cooks dinner inside the warmth of their tapestry-lined yurt (round tent). Writer/director Byambasuren Davaa grew up in the Altai before attending film school in Berlin, eventually stunning European festival audiences with The Story of the Weeping Camel, an Academy-Award nominated film that blended fictional narrative and documentary technique with the ultimate scene stealing four-legged cast.

Simple and utterly timeless, The Cave of the Yellow Dog is nothing less than a gift, a shaggy-dog story told with playful Buddhist lessons, and a sense of wonder impossible to generate by computer animation. In Mongolian with English subtitles. (93 min.)

Playing This Weekend at 7 P.M. with a extra showing at 4 P.M. Sunday

(US—2007—directed by Bradley Beesley & Sarah Price)

A surprise hit at film festivals from Chicago to Toronto to Austin, Texas, Summercamp! follows the day-to-day drama – and comedy – of 90 kids let loose in the woods at Swift Nature Camp in northern Wisconsin. It’s a place where kids can be kids and where their home and school lives briefly fade into the background as they experience the highs and lows of so many familiar adolescent rituals: sing-alongs, talent shows, homesickness, counselor mutiny – and, of course, first love. Documentary filmmakers Bradley Beesley and Sarah Price have stealthily and sensitively submerged themselves into this uniquely curious camp subculture, capturing the rawness and primal power of emotional experiences that will stay with these kids for the rest of their lives. The terrific musical score is by The Flaming Lips and Noisola. (85 min.)

Playing Friday and Saturday at 4 P.M. and 9:30 P.M.

November 23 - November 25, 2007

Some of the cinema’s most beloved films for young people were the product of France’s Albert Lamorisse, a photographer-turned-filmmaker whose unique ability to tell stories visually, with a minimum of dialogue, spawned a worldwide following. In White Mane (1952), a young boy comes across a wild horse in a spectacular area in the south of France. When the horse eludes the attempts of ranchers to capture it, the boy sets out to find the magnificent white-haired horse on his own. Lamorisse’s most celebrated film is his 34-minute Oscar-winning The Red Balloon (1956), in which a lonely young boy (played by the director’s son) is befriended by a bright red balloon which obediently follows him everywhere – even when the balloon’s “life” may be at risk. The Red Balloon – winner of the Cannes Festival’s Palme d’Or – has been restored to its Technicolor splendor. White Mane’s English-language narration was written by James Agee. (81 min. total)

Playing this Weekend at 2 P.M.

and here are the films that are up at the Cinamark 16 in warren.

New Films


and film that are Now Showing


and playing everywhere next week in Detroit Next Week


Hayden Christensen plays a man undergoing surgery who experiences "anesthetic awareness" -- his body is numb but his brain can process what's happening to him.

"O Jerusalem"

The story of the birth of Israel is told from the perspectives of longtime friends in New York City, a Jew (JJ Feild) and an Arab American (Said Taghmaoui). The cast includes Tovah Feldshuh as Golda Meir.

Tuesday, November 20, 2007

It's 9 O'Clock

and it Day 16 of the writer strike

and there is morning in idle six of the supermarket

"Mr. Whipple" have pass on

"Now we can squeeze the Charmin"

Late night on this blog i told you about Former Was [not Was] and record producer Don Was trip back to detroit to recprd a lot of Detroit bands for his channel on last night i post songs from The Black Bottom Collective and The Ramrods.

and tonight i persent the other two band that was also put up last week two of the more well know bands in the detroit area Ann Arbor base avant-jazz band NOMO and two cool twins who have mess me up almost evr time i called out there first names The Sisters Lucas.

"Nu Tones"

"Thinking of You / Rollercoaster"

If you want to see more from Don Was you can check out his area at and click on the Don Was Channel

in upcomming weeks he will also have preformce from the like of BLACK MERDA,JOHN SINCLAIR, THE GO, THE DAVE McMURRAY TRIO, THE MULDOONS and LUIS RESTO.

Culture City Present Mahalo Daily with Veronica Belmont

Today Show[11/20]:
Making Perfect Sushi

and if you are subing Sushi for the Turkey, you made wanty to called Ahead to see if they are open on Thursday.

Sushi snobs from all around recognize Sasabune as some of the finest
sushi anywhere, so where better to learn the mysterious ways of the sushi chef than their Los Angeles headquarters? We were fortunate enough to have the honorable Nobi-san share his sushi secrets, which we got all on tape to share with you. Trust us, this is the recipe for making perfect sushi.

Story Links:

How to make sushi
How to Make Perfect Sushi Rice
Rice Cookers

And you know all the fish was pre-pair with these knifes

WEEK 47[2007]
Five Week to Go untill the 2007 Culture City Festive 50

it Tuesday, 20th of november just Five weeks before the brand new year begin and it also on this day in 1955, Bo Diddley was the first ever African American performer to appear on The Ed Sullivan Show.

Aldought as the story was told things did not goes smootly instead of singing a cover of Tennessee Ernie Ford's hit,"Sixteen Tons" he sang one of his owen songs which was a no.1 R and B Hits his self title song.

That made big Ed so mad he would banned him from ever appering on his show aging, Huuumm i guess He out live Edd long after the show ended.

Also on this Day in 1985, The Micro Instrumentation and Telemetry Systems in Seattle Washington released the 1st ever home operater system for your own computer expect
play music, But as they stay that willl come later down the road.

also on this day in 1967 a song that i like "Incense and Peppermints" by the psychedelic rock band Strawberry Alarm Clock reach the top of the pop which turn out to be there only number one hit, But austin power made the song cool aging.

Haveing a birthday today Joe Walsh in 60, one half of the Smothers Brother Dicky Smothers is 68, and Hogan Heros actor who played Cpl. Peter Newkirk Richard Dawson is 75, but he not remember for that he remeber for beging a ladies man, 1st as a panist on Match game and the hosted on the Family Feud where he married one of the contestant on the Fued wired

Before you played the Fued, it time to see what new in this week New Music Released for the only music that matter because it tuesday and it time For

The most important new released that matter:

- British Sea Power - Krankenhaus? (EP; Rough Trade)
- Melissa Etheridge - The Awakening Live (with DVD; Island)
- James Murphy & Pat Mahoney - FabricLive.36 (FabricLive)
- Nine Inch Nails - Y34RZ3R0R3MIX3D (with DVD; Interscope)

New Releases:

- Cloudland Canyon and Lichens - Exterminating Angel (Holy Mountain)
- Ex-Boyfriends - In With (Absolutely Kosher)
- Golden Death Music - Ephemera Blues (Helmet Room)
- Bela Karoli - Furnished Rooms (Helmet Room)
- Joe Lally - Nothing Is Underrated (Dischord)
- NOFX - They've Actually Gotten Worse Live (Fat Wreck Chords)
- Pole - Steingarten Remixes (EP; Scape)
- Sentai - Full Representation (Ruffian)
- The Valerie Project - The Valerie Project (Drag City)
- White Magic - Dark Stars [EP] (Drag City)


- Various artists - The Brit Box: U.K. Indie, Shoegaze, and Brit-Pop Gems of the Last Millennium (four-CD box set; Rhino)
- Discovered: As Sampled by Daft Punk(K7R)
- He Put the Bomp! In the Bomp(Bomp)
- Magnificent Seven Series: Strung Out On Foo Fighters(Vitamin)
- Magnificent Seven Series: The String Quartet Tribute to Paramore(Vitamin)


- "Alvin and the Chipmunks"(Razor & Tie)
- "Enchanted"(Disney)
- "Fred Claus"(Reprise)
- "Halo 3"[Video Game](Sumthing Else)
- This Christmas(Jive)
- Beowulf (Warner Brothers Soundtrack)
- Cormega - "Who Am I?"(Legal Hustle)
- Jimmy Carter: Man from Plains (Jimmy Carter: Man from Plains)
- "Wild Style!" Soundtrack - 25th Anniversary Edition (two CDs; Mr. Bongo)

Christmas Released:

- Keith Sweat - A Christmas of Love (Rhino)
- Various artists - "Crossroads: Eric Clapton Guitar Festival 2007" (two DVDs; Rhino)

Notable Reissues and Archival Material:

- Nat King Cole - Remixes (D-Rom Ltd)
- Genesis - 1983-1998 (box set with five CDs and five DVDs); and CD-plus-DVD reissues of Calling All Stations; Genesis; Invisible Touch; and We Can't Dance (Rhino)
- Gorillaz - D-Sides (two CDs; glossy-box limited edition also available; Virgin) [Buy Now]
- Ed Harcourt - Until Tomorrow Then: The Best Of ... (limited-edition version comes with bonus CD; Astralwerks)
- MC5 - I Can Only Give You Everything (Get Back)
- Phish - 08.13.93: Murat Theatre - Indianapolis, IN (three CDs)(Jemp)
- Phish - 10.21.95: Pershing Auditorium - Lincoln, NE (three CDs)(Jemp)
- Phish - 11.14.95: University of Central Florida Arena - Orlando, FL (three CDs)(Jemp)
- Phish - 12.01.95: Hersheypark Arena - Hershey, PA (two CDs)(Jemp)
- Phish - 12.29.97: Madison Square Garden - New York, NY (three CDs)(Jemp)
- Phish - Colorado '88 (three CDs)(Jemp)
- Phish - Vegas 96 (two CDs and one DVD) (Jemp)
- The Shangri-Las - Leader of the Pack (Cleopatra)
- Traveling Wilburys - The Traveling Wilburys Collection (deluxe edition with two CDs and one DVD; Rhino)
- U2 - Joshua Tree (deluxe edition has extra CDs; super-deluxe edition has two CDs and one DVD; Island)
- Amy Winehouse - Frank (Universal Republic)

Music DVDs:

- Cowboy Mouth - "The Name of the Band Is Cowboy Mouth" (Valley Entertainment)
- Kiss - "Kiss Loves You" (8th Grade)
- Paul McCartney - "Ecce Cor Meum" (EMI Classics)
- Meat Loaf - "3 Bats Live" (two DVDs; Hip-O)
- Negativland - "Our Favorite Things" (Other Cinema)
- Nirvana - "Unplugged in New York" (Geffen)
- Queen - "Under Review 1946-1991: The Freddie Mercury Story" (Chrome Dreams)
- The Rolling Stones - "Under Review 1967-1969" (Chrome Dreams)
- Sigur Rós - "Heima" (digipak; limited deluxe edition comes includes book; XL Recordings)
- Tegan and Sara - "It's Not Fun, Don't Do It!" (Sire)

- Wolfmother - "Please Experience Wolfmother: Live" (Interscope)
- Various artists - "A Very Special Christmas: 20th Anniversary Music Video Collection" (Victory Multimedia)[DVD]
- Various artists - "Fuzz: The Sound That Revolutionized the World" (Brink)
- Various artists - "Glade Electronic Music Festival" (Groove Zone)
- Various artists - "Opry Video Classics: Legends" (Time Life)

Digital Releases:

- Bloc Party - A Weekend in the City (reissue with bonus material; Vice) and Flux (EP; Vice)

- The Format - B-Sides and Rarities (Vanity Label)
- Idlewild - A Distant History: Rarities 1997-2007 (EMI)
- Nils Lofgren - Nils Lofgren (Hip-O Select)
- Katy Perry - Ur So Gay (EP; Capitol)

TV on DVD:

The Batman - The Complete 4th Season
Bozo's Big Top - Bozo Collection 2
BraveStarr - Volume 1
C.S.I. - The Complete 7th Season
Care Bears, The - 25 Years of Caring Gift Set
Chappelle's Show - The Series Collection
Charles in Charge - The Complete 2nd Season
Dangerous Assignment - Complete Collection
The Doris Day Show - Doris Day Today
The Doris Day Show - Season 5
Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist - The Complete Series
Gene Simmons: Family Jewels - The Complete 2nd Season
Happy Tree Friends - Season 1: Volume 4
Ice Road Truckers - The Complete Season 1
Inside the Actors Studio - Johnny Depp
Little Britain - Abroad
Little Britain - The Complete Collection
Love, American Style - Season 1, Volume 1
Man with a Camera - Complete Collection
Mission: Impossible - The Complete 3rd Season
The Naked Brothers Band - Battle Of The Bands
Queer as Folk - The Complete Series
Star Trek - Season 1 (HD-DVD)
Tales of Tomorrow - Volume 3
Teen Titans - The Complete 4th Season
The Wild, Wild West - Season 3

And Usually i dont do a list of the new video game that are out today but i list this one game for any of you who want to from a band

The Game:

Rock Band

Monday, November 19, 2007

It's 9 O'Clock

And the only good news that both side in the now three weeks writer strike will meet Next week in a attempt to end this strike so we can avoid really bad TV in the New Year.

Mean Whield, since this will be a short week News wide because it thanksgiving Weekend and the long four day holiday, so i want to share some that was put up by Detroit Native and Record producer Don Was of Was [Not Was]on his on channel on

he made a pit stop in to Detroit and recoded a bunch of bands the first four when up last week so for tonight i put the 1 st up and tomorrow night the next two

but for tonight The Black Bottom Collective and The Ramrods

The Black Bottom Collective

The Ramrods
"Here it Comes"

and if you forgot Was [Not Was]
Here there video for there one hit wonder
"Walk the Dinosaurs"

Was (Not Was)
Walk The Dinosaur

Culture City Present Mahalo Daily with Veronica Belmont

Today Show[11/19]:
Deep Fried Turkey

[Ed Note: Since this week is Thanksgiving today show is for thoused of you who can not wait 5 hours to cook that darn bird and want to do it faster, no as you watch it pleased be reminded that if you are gonging to Deep Fried Turkey, pleased do it outdoors in a Safe area.]

Tired of the same old
Thanksgiving traditions? Heat things up a bit this year with a 30-quart pot of boiling oil! Deep frying your turkey is a delicious alternative to the usual oven method, but make sure you don’t accidentally deep fry your clothing, hands, or pets in the process. Mahalo guides Sara and Trent lend their expert advice on today’s show.

Story Links:

How to Deep Fry a Turkey
How to Pick a Thanksgiving Turkey
Thanksgiving RecipesFlaming Turkey Video
Turkey Recipes
Turkey Deep Fryer
Thawing Turkey

The Day Before Thankgiving[November 21st] Outdoor Gig Guide

This is Part two of the Weekly Gig gudie

And this wednesday is a big week because it the day before thanksgiving, the 2nd busy bar night of the year next to New year day.

So here is a list of gig that is happening on the Day Before thankgiving.

Magic Stick

The Detroit Cobras

Majestic Theatre

Bump with Natives of The New Dawn

The Crofoot


Magic Bag

THE MEGA 80's Special Thanksgiving Eve Retro Party!

Lager House

Silent Years, Freer and Zoos of Berlin

Blind Pig (Ann Arbor)

Greensky Bluegrass

The Fillmore Detroit (formerly State Theatre)

MTVU presents: Motion City Soundtrack with Mae & Anberlin

Royal Oak Music Theatre

The Belmont(Hamtramck)

Chapstick, Superchrist and Year of The Pig (featuring members of Chapstick and Diegrinder).

Small Bar (Hamtramck)

Elvis Hitler with Snakeout

Bohemian National Home

Lee Marvin Computer Arm, Terrible Twos, The Muldoons

The Weekly Gig Gudie for the week of November 19th to November 25th

Part One
The Reguarly Weekly Gig Gudie
[Part Two the Thanksgiving Gig Gudie post]



Due to the Strike by the Writers Guild of America, some of the late night Talk show are running repeats of Old Shows, so for the time beging i have pulled the who on where untill they settle this thing and i hope it soon.

But if you want some good news the writers and producers have sewt to resume talks next monday as they try settle this now nearly tree week old strike.

and also there is some word in the press that some of the late night host are talking off comming back to the air even if the writers dont have a new deal.

Now just a reminder that the writers are used in the first 20 mintues of the show the other 20 is used for guests and the last 10 to 15 mintues for the music act or a second guest, so they will do a show even with out the writers, so stay tune.

if you wan't to know which repeat are on check the links below:

The Tonight Show With Jay Leno - NBC
Late Show with David Letterman - CBS
Jimmy Kimmel Live - ABC
Late Night with Conan O'Brien - NBC
The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson - CBS
Last Call with Carson Daly - NBC


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

Zane Lowe
Weekday From 2 to 4 PM EST

Wednesday - Gallows

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

This Week:

Live from BBC Manchetsr with a mix from SImian Mobile Disco & Kid Sister

Radio 2


Hep to the Jive - The Cab Calloway Story

Wednesdays at 6:03 PM

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

Monday: 'E' from the Eels talks
Tuesday: Emma Pollock in session

BBC 6 Music

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

This Week:

The Mighty Arms of Atlas

In a series first broadcast in 1990, the late Alan Freeman tells the story of rock legends Led Zeppelin, who will soon be playing their first show for 19 years as a memorial to Atlantic Records boss Ahmet Ertegun. Including contributions from Messrs Page, Plant and Jones and the late Ahmet Ertegun

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

This Week:

The Atlantic Records Story

The story of the late Ahmet Ertegun's record label, whose back catalogue boasts artists ranging from John Coltrane to Ray Charles, Solomon Burke, Led Zeppelin and beyond

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

Concerts 11:00
Sessions 11:30

The Concerts

Monday - The Kinks - The New York Paladium 1980
Tuesday - Deus - Glastonbury 1999
Wednesday - Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance - Golders Green Hippodrome 1974
Thursday - Lonnie Donegan - Queen Elizabeth Hall 1999
Friday - Travis - Glastonbury 1999

The Sessions

King - 11/07/1978
Tanz Dar Youth - 02/08/1978

Jimmy Norton's Explosion - 30/07/1979
Polytechnic - 13/02/2007

Wayne County And The Electic Chairs - 11/07/1979
Tung - 26/08/2007

Roy Carrier And The Zydeco Nightrockers - 24/10/1995
Ozric Tentacles - 27/11/1995

Culture - 11/12/1982
Calvin Harris - 20/02/2007

On-Line Right Now


Saturday - 10,000 Maniacs - Sadlers Wells Theatre 1988
Sunday - An Emotional Fish - G-Mex Manchester 1990


Saturday (11/17)
Groundnation - 23/03/1981
Noisettes - 03/09/2007

Mummies - 13/03/1994
UK Subs - 19/06/1979

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

Monday - The Pocket Gods

This Week Session tracks from Rachel Unthank

Steve Lamacq
Monday at 11 AM

I dont put his show much, but i put it because on his show monday Thom & Ed from Radiohead about that controversially released seventh studio album In Rainbows.

This Shuoed be good.

XFM - London

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

Monday - Athlete

Monday to Thursday from 5 PM to 8 PM

Monday - The Fiery Furnaces - Artists In Residence / Cadence Weapon - Live Studio Guest
Tuesday - Johnny Flynn & The Sussex Wit - One Night Stand
Wednesday - The Xcerts - One Night Stand
Thursday - Rolo Tomassi - One Night Stand
Friday - X-Posure Live Manchester - Operator Please / Slow Club / Gideon Conn / Laura Groves @ Night & Day
all live set are in PST, Three Hours behind EST


Siberian - 12:00pm


The Forms - 12:00pm


Smile Brigade - 3:00pm
Sam Watts (of Ghosts I've Met) - 9:30pm
Levi Fuller - 10:00pm
Barton Carroll - 10:30pm
Moe Provencher (of Pelusa) - 11:00pm


Dave Alexander talks about just released documentary NWPUNKROCK - Midnight

World Café
Weekday From 2 to 4 PM EDT

Monday - Mark Knopfler
Tuesday - Eric Andersen
Wednesday - Robert Wyatt
Thursday - Allison Krauss & Robert Plant
Friday - Spoon

Satulitte Radio


Anton Corbijn
1st Aired: Wed 11/21 8:00 pm ET

Anton Corbijn, the legendary rock photographer and director of the critically acclaimed film Control, will take over Left Of Center to discuss his film. He’ll be playing some of his favorite songs, including every song on the soundtrack. Control is based on the troubled life of the late Ian Curtis, frontman for the influential British post-punk band Joy Division. The film, starring Sam Riley, opened to much critical praise earlier this year at the Cannes film festival.


Thursday Nov 22nd @ 10 am ET and 8 pm ET
Friday Nov. 23rd @ 2 pm ET and 9 pm ET
Saturday Nov. 24th @ 10 am ET 6 pm ET
Sunday Nov 25th @ 1 pm ET and 10 pm ET.

Left of Center (Ch.26)

Left of Sessions
Wednesdays 9 pm
Rebroadcast Fridays noon ET

This Week – Dave Gahan (Thurston Moore, The Hold Steady)

XM Radio

Build Your Own Show with The Essex Green
Monday - 9AM ET - Starbucks XM Café - XM 45

LiVE @ The Verge with The Most Serene Republic
Wednesday - 6PM ET - The Verge - XM 52

Alice's Restaurant
Thursday - 8AM ET - Deep Tracks - XM 40

Live From The Knitting Factory with St. Vincent
Friday - 10PM ET - XMU - XM 43

XMU Live with Office
Sunday - Noon ET - XMU - XM 43

The XMU Student Exchange Program
Every 3rd Sunday @ 4PM ET - XMU - XM 43

Offsite: Kaiser Chiefs
Sunday - 10PM ET - Ethel - XM 47

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


All the Day Before thanksgiving Day gig will be posted on Part 2 of the Gig Gudie


Tuesday - BUCK 65
Saturday - THE 4TH ANNUAL DETROIT SUBGENIUS Best Idea Ever!, The Amino Acids, Unidentified Drunken Injury and Mike Bison


Saturday - M.I.A.

The Crofoot[1 South Saginaw, Pontiac, MI]

Monday - ...And You Will Know Us By The Trail of the Dead [The Crofoot Ballroom}
Friday - BOOGIE DYNOMITE [The Crofoot Ballroom]
Saturday - THE SIGHTS [the Pike Room]
Sunday - SEARCH THE CITY [the Pike Room]

Maigic Bag

Tuesday - A DETROIT THING Screening
Friday - ROBIN HORLOCK with One Man's Opinion & Matt Austin Band
Sunday - THE DETROIT BLUES SOCIETY'S Blues Challenge Finals

Lager House

Saturday - Howling Diablos w/ Zistafones

Saint Andrews Hall

Thurrsday - Cafe Tacuba


Tuesday - Fields of Industry, September On, Miki Gama, Algeron
Friday - Blue Rubys w/ Gregory Stovetop, Nathan Mack
Saturday - Phat Kat w/ Street Justice, Melanie Rutherford, Marv Won, Stryfe

The Belmont

Saturday - Carjack, Charlie Slick


Friday - Shoe
Saturday - Carjack, Charlie Slick and Mahonies

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

The Fillmore Detroit (formerly State Theatre)

Tuesday - Jagermeister Music Tour featuring: The Cult with Action Action & The Cliks

Michigan Theatre

Saturday - Jeff Daniels & Friends

Royal Oak Music Theater

Friday - Circa Survive Wsg Ours & The Dear Hunter with Fear Before The March of Flames

Fox Theatre

Saturday - Lewis Black

Cobo Arena

Friday and Saturday
Walking With Dinosaurs - The Live Experience

The Palace of Auburn Hills

Tuesday - Fall Out Boy
Saturday - Dane Cook

Sunday, November 18, 2007

The List for the Week ending November 17th

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

Playlist for Jult 13th

1) The Muggs – Said And Done
2) Matt Ratza – Need You Tonight
3) The Black List – Laughing At You
4) HiFi Handgrenades – Stupid
5) Deadstring Brothers – Heavy Load
6) Doop & the Inside Outlaws – Shoot You Down
7) The Mood Elevator – Butterfly Net
8) Cetan Clawson – Short Fuse
9) Blue Black Hours – Too Late Tomorrow
10) Left In Ruin – Hands Down
11) The Beggars – Sleepaway Camp
12) The Decks – DTC
13) New Grenada – Chronic Anxiety
14) The Silent Years – Lidocaine
15) Ghost City – Don’t Say It’s Over
16) Electric Six – Randy’s Hot Tonight
17) Koffin Kats – Vampires Curse (acoustic from RIFF2 session)
18) St Thomas Boys Academy – Finishing Last With A Bang
19) The Pizazz – Dolphin Patrol
20) Acourage – Limitation
21) The Atomic Numbers – In Your Power
22) The Fondas – Tell Me Lovestruck Blues
23) Saturday Looks Good To Me – Learn To live With Your Heartbreaks
24) SSM – Fiction Rock N Roll
25) Black Merda – Prophet
26) Chapstik – Captain
27) Flatfoot – Ode A Mac’s Bar Waitress
28) Friends Of Dennis Wilson – Evacuator
29) Great Lakes Myth Society – Debutante
30) Andrew W.K. – Not Going To Bed
31) Lazarus – Godflow
32) The High Strung – What A Meddler!

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

Playlist for November 14th


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

November 11th

1. marc houle - techno vocals
2. new young pony club - get lucky
3. hard fi - television
4. kaiser chiefs - the angry mob
5. maximo park - books from boxes
6. inspiral carpets - this is how it feels to be lonely
7. bedouin soundclash - stand alone
8. madness - sorry feat sway & baby blue (request)
9. skream - chest boxing
10. burial - untrue
11. nicole atkins - maybe tonight
12. kate nash - foundations
13. lp session 1 - iLiKETRAiNS - "elegies to lessons learnt"
- we all fall down
- voice of reason
- death of an idealist
14. duke spirit - dog roses
15. british sea power - straight down the line
16. future of the left - small bones, small bodies
17. the vichy government - my mail-order bride
18. the switches - drama queen
19. tokyo police club - be good (rac remix)
20. you say party! we say die! - monster (rac remix)
21. the cribs - men's needs (css remix)
22. sigur ros - hljómalind
23. working for a nuclear free city - troubled son
24. terra diablo - setting sun
25. lp session 2 - reverend & the makers - "state of things"
- state of things
- sex with the ex
- what the milkman saw
26. nigel clark - 21st century man
27. rick witter & the dukes - he was the boy who waited so long…
28. the rakes - trouble
29. paperbacks - publish or perish

Aural Bliss
Every Sunday at 10 PM EST

1. 1 giant leap - the way you dream
2. unkle - lonely soul
3. hammock - black metallic
4. veil veil vanish - all hands in prayer
5. kevin shields - city girl
6. shout out louds - tonight i have to leave it
7. neverending white lights - distance (ft. aqualung)
8. a-ha - lifelines
9. chemical brothers - the pills won't help you now
10. stateless - down here
11. moby - sunday
12. goldfrapp - black cherry
13. groove armada - think twice
14. depeche mode - surrender
15. i am x - simple girl
16. flunk - miss world
17. tricky - overcome
18. wolfsheim - care for yo
19. erasure - i bet you're mad at me
20. waterlillies - sunshine like you
21. new order - touched by the hand of god
22. ingrid michaelson - the way i am

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

November 12, 2007

Dead Air 181 – 11/11

Reissue of the Week!! Soul Merchants "1985-1987" (Smooch)

1. Orgone – Sophisticated Honky (Ubiquity CD)
2. The Whigs – Already Young (ATO CD)
3. The Holloways – Generator (TVT CD)
4. Dog Day – Oh Dead Life (Tomlab CD)
5. Blood Meridian – The Burning River Of Guilt (Elevation CD)
6. The Blank Tapes – Oh My Child (Matty Made CD)
7. Euros Childs – Horseriding (Wichita CD)
8. Tunng in studio set...
- Jenny Again
- Spoons
- Take
9. David Shrigley w. Franz Ferdinand – No (Tomlab CD)
10. David Shrigley w. Final Fantasy – Joys (Tomlab CD)
11. David Shrigley w. Deerhoof – You, Dog (Tomlab CD)
12. Miracle Fortress – Poetaster (Secret City CD)
13. AM Syndicate – The Neighbor And His Wife (Novastar CD)
14. Tempo No Tempo – Repetition (Double Negative CDEP)
15. Happy Chichester in studio session...
- Me & My Machine
- Sanctify
16. Soul Merchants – Save My Soul (Smooch CD)
17. The Warlocks – Zombie Like Lovers (Tee Pee CD)
18. Miss Alex White & The Red Orchestra – I Dig History (In The Red CD)
19. Aaron Ross – Looking Glass Mass (Grassroots CD)
20. Golden Animals – Do The Roar (Happy Parts CDEP)
21. El Capitan – Happy All The Time (Grassroots CD)
22. The Little Ones – Everything Is Average Nowerdays (unreleased)
23. Nancy Elizabeth – Hey Son (Leaf CD)
24. Doveman – Castles (Brassland CD)
25. The Black Ghosts – I Want Nothing (IAMSOUND CDEP)
26. Velella Velella – Flight Cub (self released CDEP)
27. Burnt Friedman – Where Should I Go (nonplace CD)

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

Playlist for November 12th

1. Shout Out Louds – Tonight I Have To Leave It
2. The Hives – Tick Tick Boom
3. The Holloways – Dancefloor
4. Switches – Drama Queen
5. The Holloways – Fit For A Fortnight
6. Joy Division (“Control” cast version) – Transmission
7. The Eyes – Don’t Talk To Me
8. The Plugz – La Bomba
9. The Controllers – Neutron Bomb
10. Deadbeats – Don’t Shoot Maria
11. The Crowd – Modern Machine
12. The Weirdos – We Got the Neutron Bomb
13. The Skulls – On Target
14. The Eyes – TAQN
15. The Hives – Return the Favor
16. Rooney – Paralyzed
17. Spoon – You Got Yr Cherry Bomb
18. Hot Hot Heat – Harmonicas and Tambourines
19. Marion – Sleep
20. Sleeper – Sale of the Century
21. Echobelly – Insomniac
22. Gene – Sleep Well Tonight
23. Revolution 409 (Redd Kross) – Crazy Horses
24. Megan Bennett – Lost Lady
25. Tiny Masters of Today – Hey, Mr. DJ
26. The Pipettes – Pull Shapes
27. The Long Blondes – Giddy Stratospheres
28. The Hives – Giddy Up
29. Maximo Park – Books From Boxes
30. Athlete – Hurricane
31. The Hives – Outsmarted
32. The Hives – Won’t Be Long
33. Tiny Masters of Today – Hologram World
34. Yeah Yeah Yeahs – Down Boy
35. Brigitte Handley – Sleeping With A Vampire
36. Joolz – Latest Craze
37. The Hives – You Dress Up For Armageddon
38. Buck Brothers – Girls, Skirts, Boots, Bikes
39. Baby Shambles – Delivery
40. The Automatics – British Beat
41. Ramones – “Ramones-On-45 Mega-Mix!”
42. The Hives – Hey Little World
43. The Sunshine – Why, Why?
44. Hard-Fi – Can’t Get Along Without You
45. Blood Red Shoes – It’s Getting Boring By the Sea
46. Paula Pierce – Dark November
47. The Holloways - Dancefloor Top 20 Album
as of November 19th

1 - Bottomless Pit - Leave The Light On
2 - Kevin Drew - Lucky Ones
3 - Maritime - Hand Over Hannover
4 - Okkervil River - A Hand To Take Hold Of...
5 - Matt Pond PA - People Have A Way
6 - Robert Plant & Alison Krauss - Gone Gone Gone
7 - The Hives - Square One Here I Come
8 - Sigur Ros - Hljomalind
9 - Working For A NuclearFree City - Donkey
10 - Sigur Ros - I Gaer
11 - Vampire Weekend - Oxford Comma
12 - Black Kids - Hurricane Jane
13 - Holy Fuck - Royal Gregory
14 - New Young Pony Club - Get Lucky
15 - Jukebox The Ghost - Victoria
16 - A Place To Bury Strangers - I Know I'll See You
17 - Frightened Rabbit - Be Less Rude
18 - Magik Markers - Taste
19 - Underworld - Beautiful Burnout
20 - Working For A NuclearFree City - Kingdom 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

1. THE ADVENTURES OF LOKI "Dance Like A Maniac"
2. UNTITLED MUSICAL PROJECT "The A Minor Pentatonic Scale"
4. THE VIOLETS "Shade To Be"
5. SKY LARKIN "Molten"
7. NEILS CHILDREN "Window Shopping"
9. ELLE MILANO "My Brother The Astronaut"
10. POPULAR WORKSHOP "William, It Was Really Something"
11. WILLIAM "Five Minute Wonder"
12. THE SHAKY HANDS "Why & How Come"
15. LR ROCKETS "Personality"
17. MOTHER AND THE ADDICTS "So Tough" (sample)
19. SO SO MODERN "Turn This Landscape Upside Down"
21. THE BLEEPS "Dull Thud"

Steve Lamacq's In New Music We Trust
Live Monday 4 PM EDT
or any time at
for one week untill the following monday at 4 PM EDT.

Playlist for November 12th

Bloc Party - 'Flux' (Witchita)
Thomas Tantrum - 'Shake It Shake It' (Marquis Cha Cha)


Vampire Weekend - 'Mansard Roof' (Abeano)

Fav Five: The Cribs

Make Model - 'The Was' (EMI)

Myscene: Malvern

Maximo Park - 'Karaoke Plays' (Warp)

Looker In Session

After My Divorce
Master's Gone Away

Shit Disco - 'I Know Kung Fu' (Fierce Panda)

Demo of the Week
Flashguns - Good Witch / Bad Witch (White label)

Final Five

Random Hand - 'Anthropology' (Riot Music)
Look See Proof - 'Local Hero' (Weekender)
Enter Shikari - 'Jonny Sniper' (Ambush Reality)
The Pattern Theory - 'Lakes' (Unsigned)
Correcto - 'Joni' (Domino)

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 November 14th

1. The Kaiser Chiefs – ‘Love’s Not a Competition (But I’m Winning)’
Album - ‘Yours, Truly, Angry Mob’

2. Jaymay – ‘Gray or Blue’
Album ‘Autumn Fallin’’

3. Correcto – ‘Joni’

4. Le Cheeky Monkey - ‘Scary Mary’

5. Beirut – ‘Sunday smile’
Album – ‘The Flying Club Cup’

6. Asobi Seksu – ‘Strawberries’
Album – ‘Citrus’

7. The Hopper Ward – ‘Save The Bomb’

8. Ida Maria – ‘Drive My Heart Away’

9. The Shins – ‘Sealegs’
Album – ‘Wincing the Night Away’

10. Jay Jay Pistolet – ‘We Are Free’

11. The Pigeon Detectives – ‘I Found Out’
Album ‘Wait For Me’

12. Shuman the Human - ‘Klutz’
Album – ‘Showtime For Shuman’

13. The Trembling Blue Stars – ‘Beautiful Blank’
Album ‘The Last Holy Writer’

14. Emmy The Great – ‘Hold On’

15. The Lionheart Brothers - ’50 Souls and a Discobowl’
Album – ‘Dizzy Kiss’

16. The Kissaway Trail – ‘61’
Album – ‘The Kissaway Trail’