Saturday, June 14, 2008

Tonig Line up for the Last night of the DETOUR Rock City Fest

Saturday Night Line-up
at the Majestic Theatre Complex

Note: Since it the last night
Wirstband cost $20 tonight

tickets at

8:15 PM - The Golden Dogs - Majestic Theatre
8:30 PM - Sex Ghost! - Magic Stick
9:00 PM - Mick Bassett & The Marthas - Garden Bowl
9:15 PM - Solitary States - Majestic Theatre
9:30 PM - Charlie Slick - Magic Stick
10:00 PM - The Nice Device - Garden Bowl
10:15 PM - Mason Proper - Majestic Theatre
11:30 PM - Eat Sugar - Magic Stick
11:00 PM - Four Hour Friends - Garden Bowl
11:15 PM - Friendly Foes - Majestic Theatre
11:30 PM - F'KE Blood - Garden Bowl
Midnight - Copper Thieves - Garden Bowl
12:15 AM - Sloan - Majestic Theatre
12:30 AM - The Death Set - Magic Stick
1:00 AM - Dead Bodies - Garden Bowl

Majestic Theatre

8:15 PM - The Golden Dogs
9:15 PM - Solitary States
10:15 PM - Mason Proper
11:15 PM - Friendly Foes
12:15 AM - Sloan

Magic Stick

8:30 PM - Sex Ghost! - Magic Stick
9:30 PM - Charlie Slick - Magic Stick
11:30 PM - Eat Sugar - Magic Stick
12:30 AM - The Death Set - Magic Stick

Garden Bowl

9:00 PM - Mick Bassett & The Marthas
10:00 PM - The Nice Device
11:00 PM - Four Hour Friends
11:30 PM - F'KE Blood
Midnight - Copper Thieves
1:00 AM - Dead Bodies

DETOUR Rock City Festival Review

June 13, 2008

A great Night for live "Bondies"

Well it was a really nice night in Mid-town, procing one thisng not to thurst a weatherman remember they say it was going to rain, but i went back to the stick center for night number two of the DETOUR Rock City Festival, with one of the most talk about band of the entire feat, whether you love the band or not like the band, they return for 1st in almost four years "The Von Bondies.

Now a lot have change in about four since they last played the Detroit metro area, the band no longer have Marcie bolen, or yaz smith or to a degree Carrie Smith who i still miss dearly, and a few member in between, The Von Bondies played a great set may mostly of there older set from there long set and i got to tell you they play a really good set and boy i got tell you it was great and not only that loud.

The Band played thur set like "Come On, Come On", "Going Down", "Been Swank", "Not That Social", "Tell Me What You See", and oh yes the inspirational of the naming this blog sight "It Came From Culture City" the song from "Lack of Communication" the Song "It Came From Japan", all the song was great, as they rip thought there :45 Minutes set.

My imprecision of there two current members were very good Lenna banks[Who play in "The Sirens" and "Ghost City"] look very pretty ever since she was in Ghost City and she look great up there, also Minneapolis transplant Christy Hunt is also a good Guitar play and not only that is very beautiful as well.

Front Man Jason Stollsteimer [who was sporting a summer cut]have not lost that fire since the last time they played here, he a great singer who still have something to prove, Now if there was one complaint was a time they were rusty and sometime they were off mostly with female duo vocals but i have to remember it a different line-up .

The rest of the night of Night Two, was impress with two out of town bands, Cincinnati Low-fi band "Bad Veins" was real good there sound was low-fi at best down 75 with the Synth and drums and all that with the effet of the old 70's Recorder Reels.

Also i was impress by D.C. band "APES" which was very great to listen to and fun to watch a little bit hardcore Psychedelic Rock which is a little dramatic as they play thought.

i did see a few local bands play rock City, i Did see "Beard of Bees" which was good , saw the "Display for the 1st time since last year play at the stick they was bump up after "TIGERCITY" have trouble getting home from Chicago.

and i saw This week "Real Detroit Weekly" Cover stars "Terrible Twos" and they were great a one of those messy rock group who fill a crowd and there girl friend, and i also catch the second half of Detroit Beloved atl-Country band Pas/Cal who is still great.

the worst part writing this report i only have a little time because the third and final day of the DETOUR Rock City Fest begin at 1 PM with the Day Party gig/ BBQ at the C.A.I.D. and it will be held during the day don't worried about swat team coming by.

Line-Up For the Day Party at the C.A.I.D.

Saturday Day Party/BBQ at C.A.I.D.
5141 Rosa Parks Blvd

Tickets: with the Wirstbands the BBQ is Free
if you can't go to the Night show it cost about$10 bucks

Tickets at:

ForCAst from the unoffical Offical
Weather station of all Culture City
WDIV-TV [Local 4]

partly sunny. Highs 82 to 86. West winds 10 to 15 mph.

1:00 pm - Fontana
1:40 pm - The Word Play
2:20 pm - The Mahonies
3:00 pm - The Decks
3:40 pm - The Pop Project
4:20 pm - Serenity Court
5:00 pm - Kiddo
5:40 pm - Great Lakes Myth Society
6:20 pm - The Frustrations
7:00 pm - The Silent Years

Friday, June 13, 2008

Breaking Culture News

Tim Russert 1950-2008

I am about to go to night two of the DETOUR Rock City Fest, i want to post this note of a very sad, sad passing.

Tim Russert NBC Washington bureau chief and moderator of NBC's long running News program "Meet the Press [FYI: Longest serving host - 17 years] die this afternoon of an apparent heart attack, he was 58 years

This November eletions will not be the same with out him
Rest in Peace

Video of the pass at 3:45 PM
and AP Story below.

NBC's Tim Russert dies at 58 after collapsing
AP Special Correspondent

WASHINGTON - Tim Russert, who pointedly but politely questioned hundreds of the powerful and influential as moderator of NBC's "Meet the Press," died suddenly Friday while preparing for his weekly broadcast. The network's Washington bureau chief was 58.

In addition to his weekly program, Russert appeared on the network's other news shows, was moderator for numerous political debates and wrote two best-selling books.

President Bush, informed of Russert's death while at dinner in Paris, swiftly issued a statement of condolence that praised the NBC newsman as "an institution in both news and politics for more than two decades. Tim was a tough and hardworking newsman. He was always well-informed and thorough in his interviews. And he was as gregarious off the set as he was prepared on it."

NBC interrupted its regular programming with news of Russert's death and continued for several hours of coverage without commercial break. The network announced that Tom Brokaw will anchor a special edition of "Meet the Press" on Sunday, dedicated to Russert.

Competitors and friends jumped in with superlative praise and sad recognition of the loss of a key voice during a historic presidential election year. Personally, Russert was a family man and a father figure to his colleagues. Parenting organizations several times had named him Father of the Year.

Familiar faces such as Brokaw, Andrea Mitchell and Brian Williams took turns mourning his loss.

"Our hearts are broken," said Mitchell, who appeared emotional at times as she recalled her longtime colleague.

Bob Schieffer, Russert's competitor on CBS' "Face the Nation," said the two men delighted in scooping each other.

"When you slipped one past ol' Russert," he said. "You felt as though you had hit a home run off the best pitcher in the league. I just loved Tim and I will miss him more than I can say."

The cause of death was not immediately clear. The network initially said on its Web site that Russert died of a heart attack. Michael A. Newman, Russert's internist, later said that resuscitation was begun immediately and continued at Sibley Memorial Hospital, to no avail. An autopsy was pending, Newman said.

Russert, of Buffalo, N.Y., took the helm of the Sunday news show in December 1991 and turned it into the nation's most widely watched program of its type. His signature trait there was an unrelenting style of questioning that made some politicians reluctant to appear, yet confident that they could claim extra credibility if they survived his grilling intact.

He was also a senior vice president at NBC, and this year, Time magazine named him one of the 100 most influential people in the world.

Russert had Buffalo's blue-collar roots, a Jesuit education, a law degree and a Democratic pedigree that came from his turn as an aide to the late Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan of New York.

One of his books, "Big Russ and Me," was about his relationship with his father.

On Sunday's program, Russert was to have interviewed Sens. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., a national co-chair of the McCain campaign, and Joe Biden, D-Del., an Obama supporter, in a debate format as surrogates for the two presidential candidates. The network said plans for Sunday's show were now uncertain.

Praise flowed quickly from those who knew Russert across the television interview room.

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said Russert was "the best in the business at keeping his interview subjects honest."

"There wasn't a better interviewer in television," Sen. Barack Obama, the Democratic presidential contender, told reporters in Ohio.

Republican Sen. John McCain of Arizona, Obama's rival for the White House, hailed Russert as the "pre-eminent journalist of his generation."

Rep. John Boehner of Ohio, the House Republican leader, said Russert was "one of the smartest, toughest television news journalists of all time. ... I can say from experience that joining Tim on 'Meet the Press' was one of the greatest tests any public official could face."

Carl P. Leubsdorf, president of the Gridiron Club, an organization of journalists, said in a statement, "It was a measure of the degree to which Tim Russert was respected in the journalistic world that he was the first broadcaster elected to membership in the Gridiron Club after the rules were changed in 2004 to end our century-old restriction to print journalists."

"He was an enthusiastic member and a willing participant in our shows. His fellow Gridiron members join with all of those who knew and respected Tim in mourning his untimely death."

"It is my sad duty to report this afternoon" that Russert collapsed and died while working in the network's Washington studios, Brokaw said when he came on the air.

"He'll be missed as he was loved — greatly," Brokaw said.

The network said on its Web site that Russert had been recording voiceovers for this Sunday's "Meet The Press" when he was stricken.

Russert had dozens of honorary college degrees, and numerous professional awards.

He won an Emmy for his role in the coverage of President Ronald Reagan's funeral in 2004.

He was married to Maureen Orth, a writer for Vanity Fair magazine. The couple had one son, Luke.

Tonight Line -Up At Rock City

[Written at 11:45 AM]Just a reminder, if you are going to the Stick Complex tonight just to let you know there Sever T-Storm in and around the Detroit Metro Area and the road will be wet so if you can be careful out there tonight to the Stick.

Also just a reminder there is parking behind the stick complex, it only cost $3 bucks to get in but is also quick and safe as well so after you park run to the back door.


8:15 PM - The Displays - Majestic Theatre
8:30 PM - Beard Of Bees - Magic Stick
9:00 PM - Blase Splee - Garden Bowl
9:15 PM - Tigercity - Majestic Theatre
9:30 PM - Child Bite - Magic Stick
10:00 PM - Mas! - Garden Bowl
10:15 PM - Bad Veins - Majestic Theatre
10:30 PM - Apes - Magic Stick
11:00 PM - Prime Ministers - Garden Bowl
11:15 PM - Pas/Cal - Majestic Theatre
11:30 PM - Terrible Twos - Magic Stick
Midnight - T.H.T.X. - Garden Bowl
12:15 AM - The Von Bondies - Majestic Theatre
12:30 AM - Lee Marvin Computer Arm - Garden Bowl
1:00 AM - Zoos Of Berlin - Garden Bowl

By Venue

Majestic Theatre

8:15 PM - The Displays
9:15 PM - Tigercity
10:15 PM - Bad Veins
11:15 PM - Pas/Cal
12:15 AM - The Von Bondies

Magic Stick

8:30 PM - Beard Of Bees
9:30 PM - Child Bite
10:30 PM - Apes
11:30 PM - Terrible Twos

Garden Bowl

9:00 PM - Blase Splee
10:00 PM - Mas!
11:00 PM - Prime Ministers
Midnight - T.H.T.X.
12:30 AM - Lee Marvin Computer Arm
1:00 AM - Zoos Of Berlin

DETOUR Rock City Festival Review

Tuesday, June 12th

Yeah, Yeah on My Left Foot

Last night, was a really fun time the the stick complex for day one of the DETOUR Festival at the Stick Complex in Midtown Detroit, i got there at about 8:30 PM and was excited to see a number of bands i have not seen, have not seen in a long time and one band in that i fell in love late in 06

but it last night headliner at Local Web zine DETOUR second ever live event "the Rock City Festival" meet all expectation as the Fun Loving keyboard and drums duo from Brooklyn Matt & Kim rock out a crazy set of tunes from there crazy From there self-title 2006 debut album.

They come out doing there own version of Europe "The Final Countdown"[the same song you have heard thousand of times at the begin of the Detroit Piston Game] and then gave a great :30 to :40 set of crazy keyboard sounds with the very intense drumming
as they give there geeky song including there well know song yeah,yeah.

after there set Matt came down and even hug the crowd for showing up because there was nice to almost everybody the crowd, the DETOUR Staff, the stick crew even me as they love playing to a pretty much small crowd, But the show was a very good time

Also one of the fun highlight was was the return of the Hardest working band next to "the Dirtbombs" was "The Hard Lesson", i have not seen the band since there post X-mas gig at St. Andrew Hall back in December and i have seen the band almost 20 time in the last five years, but the band played even with there Drummer "the Anvil" played hurt.

A few weeks ago he broke his drumming foot wheid biking but he tough is out by switing to he other foot.[His left foot]there was no defenced in the band sound, he did fell a little bit of pain but he was to coin the term of one of there song "Felling Alright"

also i saw one of the friend of the this blog sight Thunderbirds Are Now!, they have not played in a long time, with lead singer Ryan Allen doing his other band "Friendly Foes" and his day job, played a real good set near the end of his set he and the rest of his friend dance with some member shirt-less

Also one of the highlight of the September launch gig Juiceboxxx also played a great set aldought it was total crazy like it was during his gig on September he did put on the show, did not run around all over the stage but he did give a good prefromance as he kick out the vibe

also some of the other highlight were for the local indie noise scene well respersented Marco Polio And The New Vaccines was great on the bowling Alley stage, Surband sprawl band "Javelins" sure did impress me, there sound were very good, also was one of last year rising band "Deastro" was also great and only catch the last two set from our own boys S.S.M.

Also i did catch the 1st play to played Local hip-hop person "Breezee One" she was OK it was her one of her dancer and yes the drummers. but did OK

as for the crowd for a Thursday it was so-so to O.K. some of the act were half-full to some of them small, but tonight it day No. 2 and the big act of the night with "The Von Bondies" playing there first big show inside the 313 in almost four year. should be fun.

Film Gudie Friday For the Weekend of June 13th

"The Incredible Hulk" [PG-13]

Almost five year ago there was a film called The Hulk with Eric Bana, Jennifer Connelly but after $132 mill and a lot of big time fans pans, can you say do over this time star Edward Norton as the great green guy and Liv Tyler as his love instert.

"The Happening" [R]

M. Night Shyamalan's is at it aging but this time is a R rated filck, it have Mark Wahlberg and his movie family on the run aginst something that is wiping out mankind, Oh did i mention it star budding indie music star Zooey Deschanel [She and Him]

Playing at Landmark Main Art Theatre in Royal Oak

"Stuck": [R]

Mena Suvari star in this drak comendy about who hit a man and get stuck in her winsheld

"Bigger, Stronger, Faster" [PG-13]

You been hearing over the last few years there have been a lot stories about players getting Chaught juiceing, this Doc look at the shortcut to win at all costs just to be great.

Playing at the Birmingham 8 in Downtown Biringham

"The Promotion"[R]

This Movie feather Seann William Scott and John C. Reilly[Walk Hard:The Dewey Cox Story] as two supermarket employees battle is out to be a managerial post at a new store

New At the Discount theaher
With you tube trailer




Forgetting Sarah Marshall

Shine a Light

Opening Next Week all over Detroit

Get Smart (PG-13)

Steve Carell is Maxwell Smart, on a mission to thwart the latest plot for world domination by the evil crime syndicate KAOS.

The Love Guru [PG-13]

Mike Myers stars as the Guru Pitka, who comes to the U.S. to seek fame and fortune in the world of self-help and spirituality

Thursday, June 12, 2008

Tonight DETOUR Rock City Festival Line up

Thursday Line Up

All at the Majestic Theatre Complex

8:00 PM - D.J. Franki Chan - Majestic Theatre
8:30 PM - Breezee One - Magic Stick
9:00 PM - Marco Polio And The New Vaccines - Garden Bowl
9:15 PM - Javelins - Majestic Theatre
9:30 PM - Deastro - Magic Stick
10:00 PM - Prussia - Garden Bowl
10:30 PM - Juiceboxxx - Magic Stick)
11:00 PM - Benny Stoofy - Garden Bowl
11:15 PM - Thunderbirds Are Now! - Majestic Theatre
11:30 PM - Eat Sugar - Magic Stick
Midnight - Wildcatting - Garden Bowl
12:15 AM - Matt & Kim - Majestic Theatre
12:30 AM - S.S.M. - Magic Stick

by Venue

Majestic Theatre

8:00 PM - D.J. Franki Chan
9:15 PM - Javelins
11:15 PM - Thunderbirds Are Now!
12:15 AM - Matt & Kim

Magic Stick

8:30 PM - Breezee One
9:30 PM - Deastro
10:30 PM - Juiceboxxx
11:30 PM - Eat Sugar
12:30 AM - S.S.M.

Garden Bowl

9:00 PM - Marco Polio And The New Vaccines
10:00 PM - Prussia
11:00 PM - Benny Stoofy
Midnight - Wildcatting

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Rock City Fest Preview

Buy the time i post this
were are going to be less than 24 hours
From DETOUR Magazine 2nd multi-day music fest

which is called the Rock City Festival
which will take play begin tomorrow and run thought
Saturday at the Majestic theater center with a little day show BBQ
at the still recovering Contemporary Art Institute of Detroit [AKA after about a week of free pub "The C.A.I.D."] located at 5141 Rosa Parks Blvd. between Brany and putman st., just two block from Wayne State U.

The festival was going to held in march but somebody told it was a the same time as the metrotimes blowout so it was move to early summer and from the look at the line up, it look like a good choice to held the fest in summer where all three days are anchor by great headlining act all three nights.

the most talk surrounding the headliner act for Saturday night when Halifax own brother of Indie pop "Sloan" now this will get a lot for people from across the boarder from Windsor as they play there new song from there new album "Parallel Play" and they will take Windsor and Detroit in the motor City.

Also headliner on Friday Night playing at there first Detroit gig in almost four years a very difference looking "Von Bondies" as they ramp up for the long await follow up "Love, hate and then you", It still Jason and Don but join this time by former Sirens bassist Leann Banks, and guitarist Christy Hunt from Indianapolis.

the big question is how will Detroit react to the band that will be a big question, it should be a great act to see.

and also a band that i have been waiting since i learn about them at the end of 2006 and they sink in the 1st ever festive 50 the fun loving boyfriend and girlfriend duo from Brooklyn,NY "Matt and Kim", i have hear of "Yea, Yeah" for months when i first hear them and can't wait to put on a fun loving show.

but there will be almost over 60 acts at rock city i cant review them all so here are my pick to click for the three days:


Deastro (9:30 pm, Magic Stick)
Back from the basement and back on stage at the Stick as Detroit low-fi wonder bust out the dear head as he make his return.

The Hard Lessons(10:15 pm, Garden Bowl)
it is real hard to keep this band more then 15 minutes at the time, but there are the hardest working band in all of metro Detroit and they will show you why.

Juiceboxxx(10:30 pm, Magic Stick)
If you saw him at Launch party, he was all over the place the moment he scream his
1st track, and not only that he know how to scream.

S.S.M.(12:30 am, Magic Stick)
Popular in Europe,Marty,John and Dave come back to keep Detroit rock and roll alive and well and keep on beating, get your earplug ready this will be good


Pas/Cal(11:15 pm, Majestic Theatre)
you talk about a nice pick up after VHS or Beta Drop out, Pas/Cal have been on of the fave around the Detroit fun loving melancholic pop that is easy listen to and watching live.

Terrible Two's (11:30 pm, Magic Stick)
Punk rock motor City Style as this fast rising band who been feather in Metrotimes and is on the Cover or Real Detroit Weekly, and they are going to rock and roll until the police shut it down.

Lee Marvin Computer Arm(12:30 am, Magic Stick)
you thought the computer arm crash, but the six piece band have cool down long enough and now have reboot to regain there crown.


Silent Years(1:40 pm, Day Party @ C.A.I.D.)
OK they did not get Broken Social Scene to play detour, but hey we have our own collage version the open for Ra Ra Roit in Pontiac

Serenity Court(5:00 pm, Day Party @ C.A.I.D.)
Last year Break out new Detroit band will put on a art full show. comset of three godd friend, a long time friend, her sister, and girlfriend of the on-line candy story owner.

Kiddo(5:40 pm, Day Party @ C.A.I.D.)
one of the members play in Friendly Foes, so i have to see Guitar player Liz Wittman other band feather her husband, yes guys she is married, so don't ask


The Nice Device(10:00 pm, Garden Bowl)
after about six months away Matt and Alicia will play to rock out you ear and get a lot of good looks.

Four Hour Friends(11:00 pm, Garden Bowl)
Miss them at the blowout, but this will be lovely home spun indie rock and if you want you can bring a date to the gig Before "Sloan"

F'Ke Blood(12:00 am, Garden Bowl)
If you miss Marice in the Von Bondies you will love her new band with member of Godzuki, Silverghost, Tranzistors just to prove Marcie is Still alive and well and Still rocking.

That is only 15 of the 60 bands playing rock city
if you want to see the rest of the line up
you can go to the DETOUR Rock City Web Site at:

Where you can also get ticket to the event either by the weekend or by the night
Weekend: $30
Nightly: $20

and yes if you know this site for the last two years
i will break it down every zig Zag From the Stick to the M-Stick Theater and to the Garden bowl will break it down the blow by blow all weekend long
and Judging by today Metrotimes and Real Detroit Weekly

It Should Be Fun.

The Culture City Live Review

Kristen Hersh
"Paradoxical Undressing"
Detroit Film Theater
Inside the Detroit Institute of Arts[D.I.A.]
June 6, 2008

The Motto of the DIA since the total reopening of the remodel D.I.A. back in October was "Let yourself go", and that what i saw last Friday night in midtown Detroit where the Detroit Festival of the arts just got started and i got there to see for the very first time the legion singer/song wirer of one of the 90 best band "Throwing Muses" the one and only Kristen Hersh.

But, this was not your Regular gig by miss Hersh, and this was not you run of the mill gig[which was part of the Detroit Festival of the arts], i was a living moving sound art, live gig and spoken word event att quiet roll in to one beautifully show with just her, her guitar, her amp a readign stand and the stage.

she did two show and when i came in it was dark as she was reading story from her upcoming memoir called "Paradoxical Undressing" as she read her story she play a really good guitar at the same time as there was beautiful back drop af art work by Molly Cliff Hilts which was lovely that fit the performance with colorful landscaped.

the range of subject she read that included mental illness, teenage pregnancy and the wear and tare of the Boston music scene in the late 80's and early 90's, i fave highlights were her story of 4AD as Ivo Watts-Russell was trying to reach the band to become the 1st America band to be on 4AD and also she told the funny story of her flying after a bad Crash as she fly before meeting the pavement.

in between story the lights dim so Kristen rip up a lot of "Throwing Muses" songs and it was really good to hear with her gritty voals we all know a love and long time fans really hook on to.

overall this was a really great show, nothing special it was a south born and New England Raised old school indie rockers telling story under a beautiful sonic backdrop and great vibe all around.

Tuesday, June 10, 2008

And Now Finalie New Music Tuesday -WEEK 24 [2008]

And Now for the first time in almost five months it time for the hallmark of this blog sight that was a staple since i launch the blog sight almost two years ago.


The one and only list in the metro Detroit music blog that show a list of all the music are out this Tuesday.

I know this is a tough time right now with most getting there music on-line but i still support in on location records story there still cool to find all the newest and greatest new music out there from you fave band to a new band you have not hear of yet but after this it may be your fave band in the end.

The Long process[and boy it long] i look at the long list of new music out today and i look at only the rock released that are out today, and it just only rock.

No Rap, No R&B, Now Jazz, No Blues, No Classial, No Metal and yes No Scarmo Music Please, i just want to listen to the music no to be scream at.

The i listen to the music on the my space page see it the music suck or not.

The list is broken into many part include the most well know name[The Most Important Music that matters], New Bands i have never hear of [The Other New Music]. New Music DVD, re-issued, and to throw a little bit extra TV serier out today on DVD.

So on this day where the Canada second national anthem walk off from CBC to CTV

and also on this day Ex-Lush and more recently Ex- Sing Sing Emma Anderson was born [She 41]and also the Deal sister was born as well[Kim and Kelly Deal] there both 47 and still sound great at a recent Breeders gig at the stick two weeks ago.

It Now Time For


The Most Important Music that matters:

Adele - 19 - Sony

Alanis Morissette - Flavors Of Entanglement -

Billy Bob Thornton & The Boxmasters - The Boxmasters - Sawmill Records/Vanguard
Black Lips - Black Lips - Bomp! Records

Buckethead - From the coop - Avadella
Rob Dickinson - Fresh Wine For The Horses / [2 CD] - Fontana International

Joan As Police Woman - To Survive - Sidecho

Martha Wainwright - I Know You're Married But I've Got Feelings Too - Rounder
N.E.R.D. - Seeing Sounds - Interscope

Sloan - Parallel Play - Yep Roc Records
Supergrass - Diamond Hoo Ha - CAR

Teenage Head W/ Marky Ramone - Teenage Head W/ Marky Ramone - Sonic Unyon
The Fratellis - Here We Stand - Interscope

The Virgins - The Virgins ATL

The Other New Music:

Priscilla Ahn - A Good Day - Blue Note

Haley Bonar - Big Star - Afternoon Records
The Charlatans UK - The You Cross My Path - Cooking vinyl U.S.A LLC

Doleful Lions - 7 - Parasol
Eksi Ekso - I Am Your Bastard Wings - Magic Bullet Record Co.
Mikal Evans - A Jailhouse... - A Kingdom Gypsy Eyes Records
Foxboro Hottubs - Stop Drop And Roll!!! - Jingle Town Records
Good Shoes - Think Before You Speak - PIAS America

Garth Hudson - The Sea To Thenotrh - Woodstock
Lexie Mountain Boys - Sacred Vacation - CAK
Mono In VCF - Mono In VCF - Light in the Attic/Stylomusic
Styroform - A Thousand Words - Nettwerk
The Bridges - Limits Of The Sky - Verve Forecast


Absolute Reality - The Alarm - Great American
Jonny Cash - The Complete Sun Masters - Snapper
Bob Dylan - 1978-1989: Both Ends Of The Rainbow - CHROME DRE
Jethro Tull - This Was (COLLECTORS ED.) - CAT

Music DVD:

Ted Nugent - Sweden Rocks / [DVD] - Eagle Rock Entertainment

DVD on TV:

7th Heaven - The Complete 6th Season
Army Wives - The Complete 1st Season
The Boondocks - The Complete 2nd Season
Broken Trail (mini-series)- Broken Trail (Blu-ray)
Bump! - American Southwest
City of Vice - City Of Vice
Da Vinci's Inquest - Season 3
The Dukes of Hazzard - Two Movie Collection
Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Heroes - Complete Season 1
The Fugitive - Season 2, Volume 1
Hawaii Five-O - The 4th Season
Home Improvement - The Complete 8th Season
The Incredible Hulk - When Monsters Meet
Into Alaska with Jeff Corwin - Collection 1
John Adams (mini-series) - John Adams
McLeod's Daughters - The Complete 6th Season
Comedy Central Home Grown
My Boys - The Complete 1st Season
The Odd Couple - The 4th Season
Pressure Cook - Season 1
Soap - The Complete Series
TekWar - Tekwar
Waiting for God - Series 3
What's Happening!! - The Complete Series

Monday, June 09, 2008

The Weekly Outdoors Gudie For June 9th -15h


DETOUR Rock City Festival
June 12th - 14th
at the Majestic Theater Complex and and the CAID[yes it still a go]
Nightly $20 - Weekend $30
Ticket and Info at:


Majestic Theatre Complex

8:00 PM - D.J. Franki Chan - Majestic Theatre
8:30 PM - Breezee One - Magic Stick
9:00 PM - Marco Polio And The New Vaccines - Garden Bowl
9:15 PM - Javelins - Majestic Theatre
9:30 PM - Deastro - Magic Stick
10:00 PM - Prussia - Garden Bowl
10:30 PM - Juiceboxxx - Magic Stick)
11:00 PM - Benny Stoofy - Garden Bowl
11:15 PM - Thunderbirds Are Now! - Majestic Theatre
11:30 PM - Eat Sugar - Magic Stick
Midnight - Wildcatting - Garden Bowl
12:15 AM - Matt & Kim - Majestic Theatre
12:30 AM - S.S.M. - Magic Stick

Friday, June 13th
Majestic Theatre Complex

8:15 PM - The Displays - Majestic Theatre
8:30 PM - Beard Of Bees - Magic Stick
9:00 PM - Blase Splee - Garden Bowl
9:15 PM - Tigercity - Majestic Theatre
9:30 PM - Child Bite - Magic Stick
10:00 PM - Mas! - Garden Bowl
10:15 PM - Bad Veins - Majestic Theatre
10:30 PM - Apes - Magic Stick
11:00 PM - Prime Ministers - Garden Bowl
11:15 PM - Pas/Cal - Majestic Theatre
11:30 PM - Terrible Twos - Magic Stick
Midnight - T.H.T.X. - Garden Bowl
12:15 AM - The Von Bondies - Majestic Theatre
12:30 AM - Lee Marvin Computer Arm - Garden Bowl
1:00 AM - Zoos Of Berlin - Garden Bowl

Saturday, June 14th

Day Party @ C.A.I.D.
5141 Rosa Parks Blvd

1:00 pm - Fontana
1:40 pm - The Word Play
2:20 pm - The Mahonies
3:00 pm - The Decks
3:40 pm - The Pop Project
4:20 pm - Serenity Court
5:00 pm - Kiddo
5:40 pm - Great Lakes Myth Society
6:20 pm - The Frustrations
7:00 pm - The Silent Years

Night gig at the Majestic Theatre Complex

8:15 PM - The Golden Dogs - Majestic
8:30 PM - Sex Ghost! - Magic Stick
9:00 PM - Mick Bassett & The Marthas - Garden Bowl
9:15 PM - Solitary States - Majestic Theatre
9:30 PM - Charlie Slick - Magic Stick
10:00 PM - The Nice Device - Garden Bowl
10:15 PM - Mason Proper - Majestic Theatre
11:30 PM - Eat Sugar - Magic Stick
11:00 PM - Four Hour Friends - Garden Bowl
11:15 PM - Friendly Foes - Majestic Theatre
11:30 PM - F'KE Blood - Garden Bowl
Midnight - Copper Thieves - Garden Bowl
12:15 AM - Sloan - Majestic Theatre
12:30 AM - The Death Set - Magic Stick
1:00 AM - Dead Bodies - Garden Bowl


Wednesday - DONITA SPARKS (of L7)
Thursday - Saturday Rock City Festival [Line-up on top]


Thursday - Saturday Rock City Festival [Line-up on top]

The Crofoot[1 South Saginaw, Pontiac, MI]

Thursday - HU KADRO [Pike Room]
Friday - TODD ALSUP [Pike Room]
Saturday - NADIA ALI from iiO [Crofoot Ballroom]

Maigic Bag

Friday - DEADSTRING BROTHERS & MATT MAYS and EL TORPEDO with Doop and The Inside Outlaws
Sunday - LEZ ZEPPELIN with The Steepwater Band

Lager House

Thursday - Jesus Chainsaw Massacre, Lance Romance & Federal Rooster & Lord of the Yum Yum
Friday - Nightbirds (Vermont) w/ Bluesong and Shadiamond Le Freedom
Saturday - The Pussy Pirates w/ The Gepetto Files and Paper Mice


Tuesday - Bang Camaro w/ The Cetan Clawson Revolution
Wednesday - Doodle Bug of Digable Planets w/ 7 Chakraz, Science Fair, Imitation
Thursday - Sway w/ Willameena, Liquid Reality, Andy Shaw
Friday - Until Sunday w/ Novada, Touch Fuzzy Get Dizzy
Saturday - Launch Party w/ Elzhi, Buff 1, One.Be.Lo., Invincible, & more

M.O.C.A.D. - Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit


The Ark [Ann Arbor]

Monday - Rachael Sage and the Sequins, Ellery
Wednesday Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
Thursday - The Refugees: Deborah Holland, Wendy Waldman, Cindy Bullens & Dan Navarro
Friday - The John Cowan Band
Saturday - Dan Bern
Sunday - Steve Smith's 30th Anniversary Drum Clinic Tour with Sonor Drums

The Belmont

Friday - The Phage and more @ Belmont
Saturday - James Conway Band, Cetan Clawson, Free Dirt and J Graves @ Belmont
Sunday - Black Diamond Heavies, Left Lane Cruiser, Wally Jaczkowski & Becki and Junk


Wednesday - Revocation, Beast in the Field, Today I Wait
Thursday - Hellcaminos (rockabilly from Hawaii)
Saturday - Publife

Alvin's Twilight Bar

Friday - Dante LaSalle Video Release with: USM, AZTEK, OCTANE & MIDCOAST MOST
Saturday - Les Nubians w/ MALIK ALSTON

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

Saturday - Little Bang Theory CD release show with Ignatz

Royal Oak Music Theater

Friday - Craig Ferguson

Joe Louis Arena

Tuesday - Rush - Snakes & Arrows World Tour


Monday - Dave Matthews Band
Tuesday - Jimmy Buffett
Wednesday - True Colors: Cyndi Lauper, The B-52s, and Tegan and Sara
Sat - John Michael Montgomery
Sun - Doug Fest 2008 with Stevie Nicks & Boston

Freedom Hill Amphitheatre [Sterling Heights]

Ooohhh i am sad to say that had been cancelled
ahhhh to bad

The Weekly Indoor Gig Gudie for June 9th - June 15th



M.G.M.T. - The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson - CBS
Gnarls Barkley - Late show with Daivd Letterman - CBS
Aimee Mann - The Tonight Show with Jay Leno - NBC
Moby - Last Call with Carson Daly - NBC


Alanis Morissette - Late Show with Daivd Letterman - CBS
Sheryl Crow - The Tonight Show with Jay Leno - NBC
Local H - Last Call with Carson Daly - NBC


Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings - Late Night with Conan O'Brien - NBC


Emmylou Harris - Late Show with Daivd Letterman - CBS


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

BBC Introducing in the Nations
Wednesday 7 to 9 PM EST

Wales - Caesar's Rome in session
Scottland - Underling live in session

Annie Mac
Friday Night Mash up from 5 to 7 PM

Radio 2


Don't Start Me Talking About... The Beatles

Friday - 2 PM EDT

This latest addition to BBC Radio 2's popular oral history series tells the story of The Beatles in the words of their fans.

John, Paul, George and Ringo changed the world, but did they change our lives and our attitudes to sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll?

We hear from the band's earliest fans and from those who were swept up in the tide of Beatlemania that washed over the world in the 1960s.

This programme, which is part of BBC Radio 2's Liverpool Season, offers a unique insight into the way the Fab Four impacted on the everyday and the commonplace - the answers you'll hear may surprise you!

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

Monday - Paul Heaton in session
Thursday - Lucy Porter is on

BBC 6 Music

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

This Week:
Johnny Cash - The American

6 Music Plays It Again has moved to a new time... you'll now be able to hear classic documentaries at midnight on Monday - Thursday nights straight after Gideon Coe's show. This week there's another chance to hear Paul Gambaccini's appreciation of the great Johnny Cash. This series was first broadcast in 2003.

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

Tuesday to Thursday

The Bryan Ferry Story.
Jo Whiley's appreciation of the smooth man of rock.

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

Monday - Charlatans - Birmingham Academy 2001
Tuesday - Kosheen - Glastonbury 2000
Wednesday - Sigur Ross - Glastonbury 2003
Thursday - Gil Scott Heron - Glastonbury 1986
Friday - Scorpions- Wembley Arena 1991

Sessions 04:30 - 05:00


Strawberry Switchblade - 05/02/1985
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah - 07/11/2005


A Guy Called Gerald - 02/06/1995
Ben Folds - 24/01/2007


March Violets - 10/07/1982
Queen - 05/02/1973


Ludus - 04/08/1982
Nada Surf - 08/05/2003


Manic Street Preachers - 24/01/1992
Ned's Atmoic Dustbin -

On Line Right Now


June 7th - Supergrass - Reading Festvial 2001
June 8th - All About Eve - Town And Country Club 1991


June 8th
Ultramarine - 10/02/1994
Soup Dragons - 16/02/1986

June 8th
Dandy Warhols - 11/02/1998
Pretty Girls Make Graves - 09/02/2004

Queens of Noize
Friday - 7 PM EST

Vice Magazine editor Andy Capper will be dropping by for a chat with some strange-but-true stories from the world of print

Weekday 8 to 11 AM

Monday - Cat Power
Tuesday - White Williams
Thursday - Russell Kane

And new to the line - up

Lauren Laverne
11 AM to 1 PM EST

Dont remember Lauren Laverne
but do you remember Kenickie

Do you remember this

Don't Falter
Mint Royale with Lauren Laverne

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

Monday - Billy Bragg
Tuesday - Los Campesinos
all live set are in PST, Three Hours behind EST


Moby DJs with Kevin Cole 6:30pm


Los Campesinos - 11:00am
Firewater - 3:00pm


Star Anna - 10:00pm


Jealous Girlfriends - 3:00pm
Boy Eats Drum Machine - 9:00pm
Grieves 11:00pm Live Lounge

Tuesday - Imaginary Johnny 4:30pm
Wednesday - Unicycle Loves You 4:00pm

World Café
WeekDay From 2 to 4 PM EDT

Monday - Kathleen Edwards
Tuesday - Jeb Loy Nichols

Satulitte Radio


Little Steven Underground Garage (Ch.25)

Left of Center (Ch.26)

Left of Sessions
Wednesdays 9 pm
Rebroadcast Fridays noon ET

XM Radio
[all the shows are repeat thoughtout the week, all time are 1st air.]

Build Your Own Show w/ Shawn Colvin
Monday 9:00 AM – Starbucks XM Cafe - XM 45

Build Your Own Show. This week, In-studio w/Shawn Colvin solo/acoustic recorded at XM 06/26/06 on her "These Four Walls" tour & your requests.

The Gnu Music Revue
Monday 8:00 PM – Starbucks XM Cafe - XM 45

An hour of the best of the new stuff featuring The Weepies "Hideaway," Death Cab For Cutie's "Narrow Stairs," Jakob Dylan's "Seeing Things" and Phil Roy's "The Great Longing."

North by Northeast Music & Film Festival (NXNE) Preview Show
All Day Tuesday - The Verge - XM 52

NXNE is a music and film conference that happens at the beginning of June each year in Toronto calling in hundreds of bands to perform at dozens of venues. Join us as we take you through what to see and where to see them.

Starbucks XM Cafe Live w/ G. Love & Special Sauce
Tuesday 8:00 PM - Starbucks XM Cafe - XM 45

Starbucks XM Cafe Live with G. Love & Special Sauce recorded live in the XM Performance Theater in August of '06.

XMU A.I.R. Time - This month: The Black Keys
Tuesday 10 PM - XMU - XM 43

What happens when indie rock stars take control of the airwaves? Well, you'll find out on XMU every Tuesday during "XMU A.I.R. Time" (Artists In Residency.) Each month another indie rocker visits XM for a month-long residency - This month it's The Black Keys. Listen for exclusive sets of music every Tuesday in June only on XMU.

Harlem: Remembering Bo Diddley!
Wednesday Midnight – The '50s - XM 5

This week Harlem pays respect to the true originator of rock n' roll, Bo Diddley. When Ellas McDaniel burst on the scene as Bo Diddley in 1955, he took the entire world by surprise. No one looked or sounded like that in the mid 1950s. Matt The Cat tells Bo's story and plays some Diddley classics you?ve never heard before, such as the original "Love Is Strange," which was written and originally recorded by Bo (a year before Mickey & Sylvia would have a #1 hit with it). Let's remember Bo for what he was; a creator, a trailblazer and a man who wasn't afraid to be himself and sound different. We get behind the beat, this week on Harlem

Offsite with The Raconteurs
Wednesday 12:00 PM – Ethel - XM 47

We have some of the most important & influential bands in today's true alternative world stop by the Ethel studios in New York City to perform live and heard coast to coast. Hear the band and their crew talk about music, their triumphs, life on the road and, well.. anything. Hear exclusive behind-the-scenes interviews & what its like to attend a concert back stage.

Alanis Morissette with Ron Ross Live
Tuesday - 10:00 AM – Flight 26 - XM 26

Flight 26 gets a very special expanded two hour visit from the original angry 90's chick Alanis Morissette! She?ll talk with Ron Ross about why she's not really an angry chick, about her new album Flavors of Entanglement, and a special hobby she has that not a lot of people know about.

Live with Louis XIV
Friday 10:00 PM – XMU - XM 43

XMU has recorded over 100 performances over the past 5 years and more are being recorded every month. Now "XMU LiVE" has a permanent home. Every Friday listen for another live performance from the XMU archives. Past performances include Mew, Kings Of Convenience, Death Cab For Cutie, French Kicks, Phoenix, Peter Bjorn & John and more. Live music this week from Louis XIV

Bonnaroo 2008
All Day Saturday - XMX - XM 2

Every year, a city rises out of the farmland of Tennessee and the population of Manchester, TN goes from around 9,000 to over 100,000 almost overnight. Everyone is there for a long weekend of music, friends, and an overall explosion of creativity. Bonnaroo is back! And once again, XM is there! Join us for non-stop coverage from Manchester of the sounds and vibe of a music festival unlike any other. XM's 2nd day coverage of Bonnaroo begins at 2pm ET - on now is an encore of Day One coverage, with artists scheduled to appear including Newton Faulkner, Nicole Atkins, Superdrag, Umphree's McGee, Drive-By Truckers and more! (schedule subject to change)

Sunday 4:00 PM - XMU - XM 43

The XMU Student Exchange Program- This Week: Radio UTD
University of Texas at Dallas

XMU has a new show where we give our satellites over to a college radio station and let them program XMU. Every week we select another one of our favorite College Radio Station to take over XMU and this week we have Radio UTD ? University of Texas at Dallas.

Station Web Site:

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 Hair

Sunday, June 08, 2008

The List For the Weekend of June 7th

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

AirDate: 6/3/08

1. Noman – Anticipation
2. Suicide Machines – Red Flag
3. Mazinga – Thorium Orbiter
4. The Lovehandlers – My Grace
5. American Mars – Westernside
6. Stare Into The Sun – Synapses
7. Universal Temple Of Divine Power – Hand Of God
8. The Holy Fire – Until They Light The Match
9. Left In Ruin – Hands Down
10. Duende – What You Came To Know
11. The High Strung – N Over C
12. Freer – Taking Me Over
13. Cowboy Messiah – I Want Mine
14. Seduce – Chopping Block
15. Mason Proper – 100 Yrs
16. Country Bob And The Bloodfarmers – Get Out Of Soldum
17. The Red Shift – Tom Foolery
18. The Pizazz – Dolphin Patrol
19. The Hard Lessons – See And Be Scene
20. Matt Ratza – 12 Hours
21. Sik Sik Nation – New Face
22. Dutch Pink – Be Afraid (Of The Light)
23. Child Bite – Bone/Sleep
24. The Off Ramps – The Off Ramp
25. The Questions – Red White And Blue
26. HiFi Handgrenades – Detroit Has A Skyline
27. Warhourses – Nail Will Burn
28. Jo Serrapere & The Willie Dunns – 44 Blues
29. White Gold (featuring Dick Valentine) – Tame The White Tiger

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

Air Date: June 4th


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

Air Date: May 30th

long blondes - nostalgia
long blondes - going to hell
the ting tings - shut up and let me go
the charlatans - the misbegotten
south - better things
athlete - the outsiders (edit)
strange death of liberal england - day another day
tired irie - hexagon
futureheads - radio heart
last shadow puppets - black plant
the rascals - freakbeat phantom
the music - strength in numbers
tokyo police club - the baskervilles
o fracas - brouhaha
lp session a human "third hand prophecy"
a human - third hand prophecy
a human - bedsit on fire
a human - golden mile
glasvegas - geraldine
elbow - one day like this
spiritualized - soul on fire
midway state - met a man on top of the hill
dirty pretty things - tired of england
bedouin soundclash - midnight rockers

Aural Bliss
Every Sunday at 10 PM EST

Air Date: June 1st

1. dead can dance - spirit
2. diary - interleave
3. rob dickinson - the end of the world
4. the the - slow emotion replay
5. kitchens of distinction - now it's time to say goodbye
6. smiths - half a person
7. beautiful south - song for whoever
8. daysleepers - lovesparkles
9. maps - so low, so high
10. m83 - graveyard girl
11. radio dept - freddie and the trojan horse
12. raveonettes - hallucinations
13. primitives - all the way down
14. scarlett johansson - falling down
15. concrete blonde - tomorrow wendy
16. chandeen - new colouring horizon
17. goldfrapp - it's not over yet
18. spiritualized - soul on fire
19. galaxie 500 - ceremony
20. red house painters - follow you, follow me
21. radiohead - last flowers
22. cure - the only one
23. black nielson - the human strain
24. peter murphy - i'll fall with your knife
25. skye - feel good inc
26. mazzy star - flowers in december

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

Air Date: June 2nd

Swervedriver- Son of Mustang Ford
Nightmare of You- I don’t want to dance anymore
The Cure- Friday I’m in Love
The Von Bondies- Pale Bride
The Teenagers- Scarlet Johansson
The Futureheads- Radio/Heart
Young Knives- Up All Night
The Ting Tings- That’s Not My Name
Duffy- Warwick Avenue
Duffy- Mercy
Scouting For Girls- Heartbeat
Santogold- L.E.S. Artistes
The Ting Tings- Shut Up and Let Me Go
My Dolls- Set You Up
Blood Red Shoes- Getting Boring by the Sea
The Long Blonds- Guilt
Katy Perry- Ur So Gay
Katy Perry- I Kissed a Girl
Oppenheimer- Kate Blanchet
The Wombats- School Uniform
The Courteeners- If it wasn’t for me
Parka- If you wanna
Buck Brothers- Which me do you like?
The Kooks- Always where I need to be
The Futureheads- The Beginning of the Twist
The Ting Tings- Fruit Machine
The Black Kids- I’m not going to teach your boyfriend how to dance with you
B52’s- Keep this Party Going
We Should Be Dead- Forget Romance Let’s dance
The Ting Tings- Keep Your Head
The Kills- What New York used to Be
(original cast recording)- Passing Strange (stu and heidi)
The Von Bondies- 21st Birthday
The Enemy- Away From Here
Supergrass- Rebel You
We Are Scientists- After Hours
OK Tokyo- You Better Believe It
Adele- Chasing Pavement
Oppenheimer- Major Television Event
Royal Treatment Plant- Get Played
The Duke Spirit- The Step and the Walk
The Ting Tings- Traffic Light
The Von Bondies- Pale Bride Top 20 Album
as of June 7th

1. Death Cab For Cutie
2. Wolf Parade
3. Portishead
4. The Notwist
5. Cut Copy
6. Elvis Costello
7. Beck
8. Islands
9. M83
10. Spiritualized
11. Radiohead
12. Peter Adams
13. Elbow
14. Mates Of State
15. No Age
16. French Kicks
17. My Morning Jacket
18. Frightened Rabbit
19. Pomegranates
20. Constantines

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.

Air Date: June 2nd

Mystery Jets - 'Two Doors Down' (Sixsevenine)
Fear Of Music - 'First To Go' (Sony/BMG)


Iglu & Hartley - 'Violent And Young' (Relentless)

Fave Five - CSS
Coolio - 'Gangster's Paradise' (Tommy Boy)
Missy Elliott - 'Work It' (Elektra)
The Sugarhill Gang - 'The Message' (Virgin)
AC/DC - 'You Shook Me All Night Long' (Atlantic)

So So Modern - 'Future Cities' (Transgressive)

Myscene Coventry

Subways - 'Alright' (Infectious)

Dodos Session
Red And Purple

The Rascals - 'Freakbeat Phantom' (Deltasonic)

Demo Of The Week
Load Click Shoot - 'Le Disco Avec Moi?' (White Label)

DJ Choice: Huw Stephens
Jonquil - 'Babe So Why Now' (Try Harder)

Alternative Single Of The Week
Jeremy Warmsley - 'Boat Song' (Transgressive)

Alternative Album Of The Week
Fleet Foxes - 'Ragged Wood' (Bella Union)

Website Of The Week
East Strike West - 'Rosa' (White)

Does It Offend You Yeah - 'Epic Last Song' (Virgin)

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.

Airdate: June 4

1. Santogold – ‘I’m A Lady’

2. Micah P Hinson & The Red Empire Orchestra – ‘When We Embraced’

3. MGMT – ‘Electric Feel’Album – ‘Oracular Spectacular’

4. Florence & The Machine – ‘Kiss With A Fist’

5. Wellington International Ukele Orchestra – ‘The Bucket’The Heartache EP

6. My Morning Jacket – ‘Touch Me I’m Going to Scream’Album ‘Evil Urges’

7. Mathew Sawyer & The Ghosts – ‘Paris in the Spring’Download single only

8. Sarabeth Tucek – ‘Nobody Cares’

9. Pete Molinari – ‘It Came Out Of The Wilderness’Album – ‘A Virtual Landslide’

10. Mystery Jets – ‘Two Doors Down’Album – ‘Twenty One’

11. Broadcast 2000 - ‘Get Up & Go’Album – ‘Building Blocks’

12. Oppenheimer – ‘Support Our Truths’Album – ‘Take the Whole Mid-Range and Boost It'

13. Frank Turner – ‘Reasons Not To Be An Idiot’Album – ‘Love Ire & Song’

14. Rue Royale – ‘Parachutes & Lifeboats’Album – ‘Rue Royale’

15. The Weakerthans – ‘Tournament Of Hearts’