Saturday, June 21, 2008

Gig Atler

Just to let you know if you are playing to go out tonight

that the "marissa nadler" show at the Crofoot with Local indie hero's
"The Silent Years" have been cancelled because scheduling conflicts

what i have read on the Silent Years my space page that show will be made up at a latter date.

Film Gudie Friday - For the Weekend of June 21st

"Get Smart"[PG-13]

almost over 40 years after we follow the mis-adventuer of Agent 86 and 99 in the battle with K.A.O.S., there is a big screen version with Steve Carell as Maxweel Smart and Anne Hathaway as a very sex Agent 99.
"The Love Guru"[PG-13]

Holy Cow, Mike Myers is at it aging, the new movie feat. him as self-help relationship gure, and he is called to help the star player for the Toronto Maple Leafs, excuse me but have the Maple Leafs not won the cup since 67.

Playing at the Landmark Main Art Theatre in Royal Oak

this movie is about the early life of Genghis Khan
ouch, that is scary

oss 117
"OSS 117: Cairo, Nest of Spies": Special Agent OSS 117[NR]

And if you can't stand Maxwell Smart there is a French film that spoof the 007 movie, OSS 117 have a licenc to goof up.

"Roman de Gare"[R]

A popular novelist researches unlikely sources to find characters for her next best-seller.[discrption from the Free Press]

New At the Discount theaher


Harold and Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay




Street Kings

Comeing up next week all over Screen in Detroit:


After years of doing what he was built for, a lonely robot discovers what he was meant for, and chases his dream across the galaxy.


Angelina Jolie is a beautiful hired killer who recruits an apathetic nobody into a secret organization of super-powered assassins.


Editor Note: Sorry for the late post on this week New Music Tuesday, still no sound on the PC so i am listen of all the tracks at the library.

Today is Tuesday Jun 17th, the second full week of new music Tuesday and after a great week last week posting a list of new music why not do it aging on the Day that of all people Paul McCartney releases "Mary Had a Little Lamb." yes people the wise one of the fab four released a nursery rhyme.

also on this day ever scandal that end with Gate was board when five burglar were busted for braking in the DNC that lead to the down fall of Richard Nixon.

and while tricky dick was singing a swan song slowly, on this day in 1943 in Brooklyn, New York a mellow out songwriter was born who when on to write many song and pen this one: "I write the songs that make the whole world sing/I write the songs of love and special things./I write the songs that make the young girls cry.
I write the songs, I write the songs."

Happy Birthday Barry Manilow who still alive at 65 and still playing the "Copacabana"

but on the day which is also Jello Biafra birthday [50], and Former SNL castmemberJoooooooooe Piscopo who is 57, guess what is it:


The Most Import music that matter

Coldplay - Viva La Vida - CAP

My Brightest Diamond - A Thousand Sharks Teeth - Asthmatic Kitty
Tilly And The Wall - O - Team Love Records

Wolf Parade - At Mount Zoomer - Sub Pop Records

The Other New Music Released:

Adem - Takes - Domino Recording Co.

Bowerbirds - Hymns For a Dark Horse - Dead Ocean
Chris Brokaw - Incredible Love - I Aand Ear Records
Eef Barzelay - Lose Big - 429
Head Like a Kite - There Is Loud Laughter Everywher - Mush Records
The Impossible Shapes - The Impossible Shapes - Secretly Canadian

Joshua James - The Sun Is Always Brighter - Intelligent Noise
Jeremy Jay - Alpharhythm - K Records

King Khan And The Shrines - The Supreme Genius Of King Kha - Vice Records
Mount Aanalog Feat. Karl Blau - That's How i Got To Memephis - K Records
Jon Mueller - Strung - Table Of The Elements
Neon Neon - Stainless Style - Lex Records

The Notwist - The Devil, You + Me - Domino Recording Co.

Katy Perry - One Of The Boys - CAP

Ponytail - Ice Cream Spiritual! - We Are Free
Sian Alice Group - The Dusk Line E.P. - Social Registry
Melissa St. Pierre - Specimens - Table Of The Elements
Stars Like Fleas - The Ken Burns Effect - Hometapes

The Real Tuesday Weld - The End Of The World - Six Degrees

The War On Drugs - Wagonwheel Blues - Secretly Canadian

The Local Released:

Nomo - Ghost Rock - Ubiquity Records


Get Smart - VareseSarabande
Kit Kittredge: An American Girl - New Line Records
The Love Guru - Lakeshore Records


Butter 08 - Butter 08 - GR2 Classics

Sebadoh - Bubble And Scrape - Domino Recording Co.

Music on DVD:

Deep Purple - Around The World Live / [4 DVD] - Eagle Rock Entertainment

TV on DVD:

The All-New Popeye Hour - Popeye & Friends: Volume 1
Brenner - Best Of
Burn Notice - Season 1
Californication - Season 1
Dynasty - The 3rd Season - Volume 1
ER - The Complete 9th Season
Galaxy High School - Galaxy High School Collection
The Hudson Brothers Razzle Dazzle Show - The Complete Series
Jericho - The 2nd Season
Jericho - The Complete Series
Meerkat Manor - Season 3
The Naked Brothers Band - Polar Bears
Popeye - Volume 2: 1938-1940
The Real McCoys - The Complete Season 3
Sabrina, the Teenage Witch - The Complete 4th Season
Sonic Underground - Volume 2
The Suite Life of Zack and Cody - Lip Synchin' In The Rain
Transformers: Animated - Transform And Roll Out
Wanted: Dead or Alive - The Best Of

Thursday, June 19, 2008

Breaking Culture News and First On Culture City

PRUSSIA sing to a Indie Label

I just got back from the Ladytron gig at st. Andrews Hall tonight [Which i will tell you on the next post] got home checking E-mail and i got this E-mail Thu the tip line, it is from the Chicago Indie Label Common Cloud Records:

"These are our favorite kind of days. Today is a day where we get to announce something that we have been really excited about for the past few weeks. Our family is growing. Please welcome our newest addition to the Cloud, Detroit's own PRUSSIA.

There's a long list of reasons why we are excited about PRUSSIA and their new record, Dear Emily, Best Wishes, Molly. Most of them revolve around the fact that they are a fantastically dynamic band, both live and on record.

After some recent life changes, two-thirds of the Cloud team have ended up in Michigan. While we miss our former resident cities (Chicago and Minneapolis, represent!), there is a vibrant music scene in the Great Lakes State and we are honored to finally be a part of it. PRUSSIA has been at the forefront of its development and their live show has generated a lot of enthusiasm around these parts.

This is also a very exciting release for all of us because it will be our first foray into vinyl. The ten song LP will be pressed on 12″ vinyl, hand-numbered with hand-screened art by Eric Mortensen and the Silent Giants. Now don't worry, the album will also be available on iTunes and the vinyl will come with a digital download so your iPod won't miss out on the PRUSSIA goodness. It's the best of both worlds!"

It was also announced that the new album "Dear Emily, Best Wishes, Molly." will be out on "NEW MUSIC TUESDAY" August 12th,and if you are wondering in the e-mail also include a MP3 of the first single off the new album and it called "Supreme Being"

PRUSSIA just play the DETOUR Rock City Fest last week[video of there gig is also below] and also you are wondering who is Common Cloud Records not much they been in up and running since Early February and are base in Chicago, IL, Other then PRUSSIA there also five other band ["Ammi","Thin Cities","The Felix Culpa","The Small Cities",and "Venna"]

They have a website at or at there myspace page at

Supreme Being

Video From Last week Rock City Festival:

Wednesday, June 18, 2008

DETOUR Rock City Post-Script

Well it is now Wednesday Afternoon.

and it have been four days after the rock city fest have past and yes i did catch up with my sleep after running on fumes between Friday Night and Saturday night [Thanks god for powerade.] so it was a long time i have to post the Saturday night post, which i just post just now and not only that i was still editing the "NEW MUSIC TUESDAY" post which i am still listening at the library because i still have no Sound on the home P.C. and still waiting for a new sound card.

but the last of the live gig have been posted, so it a little bit of a rehash of the whole three days, but first i think DETOUR did a really good job of put this fest mixing the acts from inside the 313 with a lot of bands from outside the 313 and did a good build to to the event with a few bumps in between[VHS and Beta had to drop out of the fest.]

The Crowd was mix thought the entire weekend with a lot of gigs either half to 3/4 full with some getting then a quarter full for some of the early act and even it was 1/4 full for the Thursday headlining act Matt & Kim, they was some complaint in the blogs that it was not advertised that act for the garden bowl was free even if you did not buy a ticket for the acts at the stick and the majestic.

and my one little complaint, it was a tad to loud it was i think turn up past 11, and also that stirk me silly was about that noise call by Detroit Police during the the Great Lakes Myth Society which stike me because if you saw the map after the CAID day party post there is nothing around next to grass empty lots and a school bus depot and a close on the weekend boy scout center on the corner of 12th and E. Warren.

but it is a miracle that the CAID was still open on that day after a after hours raid a few weeks ago, so that is good to see.

Now the worst part of doing this a recap of a fest is to pick the best of the best so i put it down to five in no order what so ever:


Now i did not know about this band going into the fest[remember my sight was down for four months.], but there set was very fun to listen to and fun to watch.


One of the best set i have seen from scrappy Detroit five piece in long time, lead singer "Alicia Gbur" look very pretty as they rock the garden bowl.


Even thought it was not the best crowd of the festival, you can't doubt it lively sprite, as the Brooklyn drum and keys duo blitz thur there 40 minutes set with intense fire, even thought Matt say a little off R. Kelly.


For those who skip after the 1st few song or did not see them at all, you wonder why there still love today as they were in 1992 and remember "Hey you/
You've been around for a while"


either you like them or don't like them, they where intense and was rolling thur there song you know but it was fun to hear some good rock n roll to show the monder day glory of the rock scene in Detroit.

O.K. done with "DETOUR Rock City"
Now on to "Comerica City Fest"

DETOUR Rock City Festival review

Saturday, June 14
The Night Show
Majestic Theater Center

How do i get out of this Sloan gridlock

After i got out the CAID area and to refuel with a couple Powerade at the near-by gas station i got to the stick complex for the third and final night of the ROCK CITY festival and man that lemon-lime powerade did refuel me and not only that it wake me up big time.

the big act of the entire night or the big act of the entire festival is the brother of Canadian power pop and flying the flag of Canada for a long time SSSLLLLLOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAAAAAAAANNNNNNNNNNNNNN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

thought out the night i bump into a lot of friends who can wait to see the band original from Halifax and now live in Toronto the band gig at the stick theater was just time right with the released of there ninth studio "Parallel Play" which was released on "New Music Tuesday" [June 10th]

thought out the night the build i have meet with a lot of my friends who can't wait to see the band who have been around for almost 15 years and built up a big fan following, i saw friends who have seen the bands 10, 20 or 25 times, for me i have not seen this band since they play a gig at the state theater[Now - The Fillmore] so this is the second time i seen them.

i know most of my friends that i know don't like Sloan, but Sloan do get there fans from across the border from Windsor, and all the hard core fans like myself, and thought out the night i when back and forth between the stick and the garden bowl so i would not miss out.

then about 12:15 or 12:20 AM in front of a crowd the like i have not seen since "Sleater-Kinney" pack the place a long time ago, the boys from Halifax came on the stage and played a really good hour set mostly making of the new songs off of "Parallel Play" and not only that play some of there classic hit like "Have yourself a day" and my fave Sloan track of all time “Money City Maniacs” which is a great song on "Navy Blues"[Which i brought to played in a further "Culture City Live" DJ Night]

Other gig i like and i know i talk about this band a lot, but "The Nice Device" at the garden bowl was one of gig i have seen in a long time as there are most ease in that setting as they feed the engrey off that alley crown and played off there best , they played a few news songs along with there older set, they used there 40 minutes on stage very well.

also it was three band that was almost playing at the same time, i first saw "Four Hours Friends" for the 1st time over at the Garden Bowl[miss them at there debut preference at the "Metrotimes Blowout"] and they consit of Dale Wilson, his girl Jenna and the one and only Steve Palmer["Back in Spade" and "Ghost City"], they are really great mellow band who sound great, but have a tough time seeing them because it was crowd.

then after there set i when over to the second half of the "Friendly Foes", that is Ryan Allen other band with "Kiddo" Liz Wittman, and ex-Satin Peaches drumming Brad Elliott they sound great for the half of act i saw them, and after that i rush back over the stick to see Ex-Von Bondies Marcie bolden other new back "F'ke Blood", the band that feather Deleano, Dion Fisher, and Steven F. Darson, they sound OK for the four song i list to, But i have to get back the Majestic Theatre.

i did see a few other bands also on the last night of the fest was two band at the stick back to back one is local band called "Sex Ghost" who i thought they did OK with there mix 80's pop in the modern day sence, also i saw the Ann Arbor New Wave rock band Charlie Slick, the duo have a good sound with a light set-up that remind me one of those old 70's game show.

so after almost three night of loud rock n roll, a few hours of sleep on my part, yyyaaaaarrrnnnnn, a lot of time typing posts on this site i was done after doing the best i could these three days so it now on to Cityfest.

Monday, June 16, 2008

DETOUR Rock City Festival Review

Saturday, June 14
The Afternoon Day Party/B.B.Q. Show
at the Contemporary Art Institute of Detroit

Officer Barbrady, I hoped the smoke from the bratwurst did not bug anyone

Well, it was a weird turnaround for myself and to show the length to do this blog.

I came home on late Friday night/Early Saturday Morning at about 2:30 AM and i try to post the Friday night in the wee morning hours but i was checking the up to date news and i was watching MSNBC coverage of the passing of Tim Russ ancorh by Ketih Oberman until 4 AM by that time i have to go to sleep.

Only got three and a Half hours of sleep when to pick up the paper [The News and Free Press] clean up the room upstairs and when to the library to post the Friday report and i have to do it very very quick it took me the whole two hours to type, correct the spelling with spellcheck and post.

after a little TV, Shower, and check of E-mail on my home PC still working [but still no sound] i left the house at about 2 PM to go to the day party at the CAID, the same place where two weeks ago the place got raid by Detroit Police and became the biggest culture related story in almost three years, but unlike what happened that time the whole thing took place during the day on great blue sky in the the midtown area

i got there at about 3:30 PM, so i miss the first four acts of the day party so i came in when Deck where playing when i came in by that time lack of sleep was kicking in, it was a good set up with a stage Further away from the door and it was next to the BBQ Table [Oh did i say the food was not free, you have to pay to get some]there was also a good art peiced version of the festival mult-color Apm which was very nice to see.

there was also next to the BBQ there was a really good art table put on by Handmade Detroit[Friend of the blog sight] and LOOP Detroit and it was real great to see a lot of the attendee who want to take a break to do art they have two project, One was called "SHREDDER ROCK BIN" and that were they take old Clothing and make art out of them which i thought was really fun to see.

but i did made art "INSTANT INSTALLATION" where you make art on the spot and i did just that to see if anything have change since i last drew which was in Middle school so i drew something that was inspired from Radio and was thinking of the movie "Airheads"[you know the one with Brendan Fraser and Adam Sandler], as they take over a radio station in the city with the TV News covering it.

and after i draw it it was hang up and i was thinking "My drawing have not change much since middle school.

as for the music "The Decks" return after a long winter break and they look very good for a out doors setting as the sun beat down in the backyard in the CAID and they sounded good in there 1st gig back.

after that was a band i have not seen much was "Pop Project" they have a really good sound with a mix of 70"s indie pop mix with Ted Leo and during that set it show that i was tried for the little sleep from the night before as i was trying to stand up also i did talk to Aaron Timlin about the CAID Case a little bit so i can post it on the site.

i did when back to see a culture of bands playing in a row with a notable expection of the "Silent Years" who have to switch there headlining gig at 7 P.M. to 1:40 PM because they have a show in Chicago the same night so after there CAID gig they
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club to Chicago.

first up was "Serenity Court" who also came back a almost a year hiatus as well, Emily, Carey,Annette sound great after a long, long lay off.

also is a band that i have not seen in a yet, but i did know about because "Friendly Foes" Liz Wittman is in this band, the band is called "Kiddo" and i got to tell you there a great band to listen to and Liz Wittman singing voice is great when she sing with her husband[yes guys she taking]also playing with the band for this gig outside was Thunderbirds are Now!'s and Friendly foes front man Ryan Allen.

And at about 6:20 PM [the time will come in handy later when i mention what happened later] one of the best band in the mitten state "Great Lakes Myth Society" one reguarl in the outdoors fest circut they put a real great set which even feat. a guest appenced by Auge from the Hard Lesson playing a tune.

there set wake up the the middle of nowear location on Detroit East side but some one was even complaining about the noise so guest what the cops was sent in, and i was thinking holy crap this place is going to get raided aging, it going to be raid in the C.A.I.D. 2, i was going to be in trouble because i was just there enjoying a show.

but there was two cops telling the band to turn it down, this band is a mellow band and not as loud as the other bands how can be a noise complaint there a lot of grass around C.I.A.D. i find it silly, to file a noise complaint at 6:40 PM and it still daylight outthere.

Because of the Noise Complaint the last band of the day show "The Frustrations" have to move there gig indoors but i know i was going to be really loud indoor i decide to move along to the Stick Complex for tonight last night of the rock city festival.

Editor Note: Part two of the last night of the DETOUR Rock City is above this post, but i decide to put a google map of the area around the C.A.I.D. and think if the area around the C.A.I.D.a peaceful indie art spot or a noise complaint waiting to happened.

Also to my fellow local blogger you may used this maps as well

View Larger Map

The Weekly Outdoor Gig Guide for June 16th-22nd


Saturday - THE SADIES
Sunday - Grand Opening of the Alley Deck at the Majestic


Saturday - LAKE EFFECT

The Crofoot[1 South Saginaw, Pontiac, MI]

Tuesday - SLEEPERCAR [Pike Room]
Thursday - HU RYAN CABRERA [Crofoot Ballroom]
Friday - RI NAAFS presents HAND 2 HAND COMBAT CHALLENGE[Crofoot Ballroom]
Friday - LANGHORNE SLIM[Pike Room]
Saturday - SILENT YEARS [Pike Room]
Saturday - CROFEST 2008 [Crofoot Ballroom]

Maigic Bag

Thuursday - THE WHIGS & ROSE HILL DRIVE with The Friendly Foes
Saturday - OFFICE - 800BELOVED - STAR

Lager House

Monday - JAMBANG and The Texas Taylor Corrugators featuring GREG GINN (SST Records)
Tuesday - The Mahonies 7 inch release party! w/ Fontana, & the Feeling of Love (France)
Wednesday - The Coast (Toronto) wsg
Thursday - Open Acoustic mic night hosted by Dan "Merlot"
Friday - Parlour Steps (Vancouver) w/ Pewter Cub and TBA
Saturday - Jehovahs Witness Protection Program CD Release w/Friendly Foes MAS & Wildcatting

Saint Andrews Hall

Tuesday - Demon Hunter
Wednesday - Ladytron
Saturday - Decon & 2K Sports Present Dilated Peoples

Canceled - Thursday - Alien Sex Fiend


Wednesday - Israel Vibration w/ Outlaw Nation, Ann Arbor Dub Project
Thursday - Inkblot w/ Nightcap
Friday - Wildcatting w/ Ganon, A Working Model, Supercontinent
Saturday - The Bang!

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


The Ark [Ann Arbor]

Monday - Sara Hickman
Tuesday - Jan Krist
Thursday - Duke Tumatoe & the Power Trio
Friday - The Pines
Saturday - Finvarra's Wren
Sunday - Junior Brown

The Belmont

Monday - Juviley, Sisters and more (free show!)
Thursday - Novel Citizen, Lunic, Plastic Shapes, Light in August and the Interiors
Friday - Dead Bodies, Serenity Court and Four Hour Friends
Saturday - Bag of Hammers, Thistle (Cincy), Ypsitucky Colonels and Sons of Adray
Sunday - Les Sans Culottes (New York), Bad Flirt (Montreal)


Friday - Speedball, Snakeout @ smalls
Saturday - Murder Junkies, Fondle, UDI

Alvin's Twilight Bar

Wednesday - The Family w/ Written With Blood, Dragtown, Death of a Gunfighter
Friday - The Recital w/ The Word Play, Sea of Japan

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

Monday - United Bible Studies, Sharron Krauss with Duo Au Duo
Tuesday - Kohoutek, Warmth and Uneven Universe
Friday - Simply Saucer, Human Eye record release!
SAturday - Fibreglass Freakout

Royal Oak Music Theater

Wednesday - Peter Murphy
Friday - School Out/summer In: A Bash W/ Magma

Fox Theatre

Tuesday - Robert Plant and Alison Krauss wsg T Bone Burnett


Wednesday - Jack Johnson
Thursday - Newsboys
Friday - Bachman*Cummings
Saturday - Chicago & Doobie Brothers

Meddow Brook

Sunday - ABBA the Tour

Freedom Hill Amphitheatre [Sterling Heights]

Wednesday - Detroit Public TV Kids Club Arthur's Storytime [Two Shows]
Saturday - RETURN TO FOREVER Chick Corea, Stanley Clarke, Lenny White, Al Di Meola

The Weekly Indoors Gig Gudie for June 16th-22nd



Adele - The Late Show With David Letterman - CBS
Katy Perry - Last Call with Carson Daly - NBC


Dr. John - The Late Show With David Letterman: - CBS
Chromeo - Jimmy Kimmel Live - ABC
John Hiatt - Jimmy Kimmel Live - CBS


Martha Wainwright - The Late Show With David Letterman - CBS


Cloud Cult - 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

This Week: Voluntary Butler Scheme in session

Zane Lowe
Weekday From 2 to 4 PM EST

BBC Introducing in the Nations
Wednesday 7 to 9 PM EST

England - Voluntary Butler Scheme and Truckers Of Husk in session
Scotland - Copy Haho live in session
Wales- Truckers Of Husk in session

Annie Mac

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

Radio 2


Marc Riley's Musical Time Machine

Monday - 6:30 PM EDT

Programme 1 - The Sex Pistols

An inspiration to countless bands, the Sex Pistols revolutionised rock 'n' roll, singing about anarchy, abortion, violence, fascism and apathy.

In 1977, the Queen celebrated her Silver Jubilee, icons Charlie Chaplin and Elvis Presley passed away, and Sid Vicious replaced Glen Matlock as the Sex Pistols' bassist.

Sid joined fellow band member Johnny Rotten to talk to BBC Radio 1 presenter John Tobler about their brand new album, Never Mind The Bollocks Here's The Sex Pistols.

With help from the BBC archives, Marc plays back key parts of the interview, and talks to John Tobler about how he feels about it all 30 years on.
The Definitive History of Dance Music

Saturday 2:04 PM EDT

Zoe Ball presents the story of UK dance music and its development, as told by some of the biggest names on the scene.

Programme 1: From casinos to warehouses - 1970-1987

We start with the seventies and US Billboard magazine naming the Wigan Casino Best Disco in the World, ahead of New York's infamous Studio 54. Then the story moves on to the eighties and its emerging soul scene.

The programme explores and contextualises Jazz Funk, Hip Hop and early house, and highlights how these forms were the pre-cursor to 1988's dance music explosion.

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

Wednesday - Fleet Foxes in session

BBC 6 Music

6Music Plays It Again
Monday-Thursday 7 PM EDT

This Week - Anarchy In The U.K.

Starting on 17th June, as the Sex Pistols hit the road again, there's another chance to hear Glen Matlock account of the punk scene of the late 70s. This series was first broadcast in 2000.

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

Tuesday - The Band - The Last Waltz. Stuart Grundy presents a programme about the Band’s farewell concert on the 26th November 1976 at the Winterland Arena, San Francisco.

Wednesday - My Top 10 - Morrissey. In a programme first broadcast in 1984, Andy Peebles talks to then Smiths vocalist - who picks favourite songs including Billy Fury's 'I Will', John Leyton's 'Johnny Remember Me', Sandie Shaw's 'You’ve Not Changed' and Klaus Nomi's 'Death'.

Thursday - My Top 10. Dave Gahan. In a programme first broadcast in 1987, the Depeche Mode vocalist picks favourites including The Damned, Motorhead, The Cure and The Doors.

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

Concerts 04:00 -04:30

Monday - Space - Glastonbury 1998
Tuesday - The Good The Bad & The Queen - Round House 2006
Wednesday - Secret Affair - Bristol University 1980
Thursday - Marillion - Reading Festival 1983
Friday - Damien Rice - Glastonbury 2004


Lousiana Red - 02/11/1977
Cutting The Pink - 26/07/2007

Pop Group -03/07/1978
Neil Cowley Trio - 07/02/2007

Secret Goldfish - 15/06/1997
The Whip - 19/02/2007

Chapman Whitney Streetwalkers - 27/06/1974
Agaskodo Teliverek - 04/12/2007

Blazers - 22/05/1995
Raul Midon - 11/09/2007

Nemone (3 hr)
Weekdays 8-11 AM EDT

Tuesday - Black Kids
Thursday - Mighty Boosh

XFM - London

Monday to Thursday from 5 PM to 8 PM

Monday - A Place To Bury Strangers – Artists In Residence (rec. 21/5)
Tuesday - Collapsing Cities – One Night Stand (rec. 28/5)
Wednesday - White Williams – One Night Stand (rec. 10/6)
Thursday - Sonny J – One Night Stand (rec. 12/6)
all live set are in PST, Three Hours behind EST

Lightspeed Champion - 3:00pm


Frightened Rabbit - 6:00pm


Jaymay - 5:00pm
Zach Harjo - 9:00pm
Android Hero - 11:00pm Live Lounge

Tuesday - Mates Of State - 1:00pm

World Café
WeekDay From 2 to 4 PM EDT

Monday - The Kills
Tuesday - The Wood Brothers
Wednesday - Firewater
Thursday - Islands
Friday - Duffy

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
[Time of First air Only]

Build Your Own Show w/Gomez

Listen for in-studio live artist performances and interviews at XM's studios. This week, in-studio w/Gomez recorded @ XM June of 2006 during the "How We Operate" tour?Cover Me?your requests
Monday - 9:00 AM–10:00 AM
Starbucks XM Cafe - XM 45

The Gnu Music Revue

An hour of the best of the new stuff featuring Death Cab For Cutie-Narrow Stairs?Jakob Dylan-Seeing Things?The Submarines-Honeysuckle Weeks?Natalia Zuckerman-Brand New Frame
Monday - 8:00 PM–9:00 PM
Starbucks XM Cafe - XM 45

Starbucks XM Cafe Live w/ Sting

Starbucks XM Cafe Live where you can enjoy an hour-long concert recorded live. This week, Sting recorded in NYC @ the Beacon Theater in December of 2001

Tuesday 8:00 PM–9:00 PM
Starbucks XM Cafe - XM 45

Offsite with The Raconteurs

Thursday - 1:00 AM–2:00 AM
Ethel - XM 47

XMU Bonna- Redo (Part 1)

Live music from Bonnaroo 2008. Scheduled to appear; Superdrag, MGMT, Fiery Furnaces, Tegan & Sara, Minus The Bear, State Radio, The Raconteurs and more.

Friday - 6:00 PM–12:00 AM
XMU - XM 43

XMU Bonna- Redo (Part 2)Live music from Bonnaroo 2008. Scheduled to appear; Rilo Kiley, Two Gallants, Iron & Wine, Ladytron, Broken Social Scene, Death Cab For Cutie and more.

Saturday - 6:00 PM–12:00 AM
XMU - XM 43

The XMU Student Exchange Program
Sunday 4:00 PM–6:00 PM
XMU - XM 43
This Week: WVAU - American University, Washington D.C.

Web Site:

The Radiohead Story (Part 1 of 4)

The story of Radiohead in just under 4 hours. That's what you get here. This 4 part series curated by the BBC will air each Sunday on XMU for 4 weeks
Sunday - 6:00 PM–7:00 PM
XMU - XM 43

Offsite featuring Filter

Cane will sit down with Richard from Filter to talk about their new album "Anthems for the Damned" and, as always, you'll hear exclusive live music you can only hear on XM!

Sunday - 10:00 PM–11:00 PM
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 Heat