Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Rat Salad Radio • October 3, 2012


Night Falls on Hoboken by Yo La Tengo
from the album
And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside-Out (Matador)
good morning.


A Quiet Place (Together We Go) by Mono
from the album
For My Parents (Temporary Residence)
Recorded in a converted cathedral, accompanied by the Wordless Music Orchestra. New. Beautiful!


50s by PacificUV
from the album
Chrysalis (Mazarine)
New. Stream it here:


The Enemy by The Raveonettes
from the album
Observator (Vice)
their new one


No More But Thought by Dreamscape
from the album
La-Di-Da Recordings (Kranky)
new reissue of 90s shoegazy pop from Bristol, UK


Ray's Mistake by The Soft Pack
from the album
Strapped (Kemado)
Bouncy pop rock from San Diego. New.


Deadbeat by The Soupcans
from the album
Good Feelings (Telephone Explosion)
Hysteric mutant punk from Toronto. Playing in-store w/ Teenanger @ Bull City Records NEXT Weds, 6pm.


Rotting Away by The Guns
from the album
The Guns (Smog Veil)
early 80s hardcore, Cleveland


Shut Up by The Guns
from the album
The Guns (Smog Veil)


20th Century Boy by T. Rex
from the album
Great Hits (BLN)
Marc Bolan's birthday was last week. He'd have been 65. R.I.P. Still one of the great bands ever.


The Motivator by T. Rex
from the album
Electric Warrior (Reprise)


Tank by Holly Golightly & The Brokeoffs
from the album
Sunday Run Me Over (Transdreamer)
New from Holly 'n' Lawyer Dave


Rock Bottom by The Yawpers
from the album
Capon Crusade (self-released)
From Colorado. Playing at Duke Coffeehouse this Friday night.


If I'm Gonna Sink (I Might As Well Go To The Bottom) by Neko Case
from the album
(VA) Touch My Heart: A Tribute to Johnny Paycheck (Sugar Hill)
Great cover!


(Like Me) You'll Recover In Time by Johnny Paycheck
from the album
Nowhere To Run: The Little Darlin' Years, 1966-1970 (Omni Recordings)
If you don't have any Johnny Paycheck, well.... (just get this and all will be well)


Summer Magic by MV+EE
from the album
Barn Nova (Ecstatic Peace!)


Take Me With You by Psychic Ills
from the album
Moon Duo / Psychic Ills split 7" (Sacred Bones)


(Baby) Bring It Home (Come Down Version) by Dead Luke
from the album
God Takes LSD (Moon Glyph)
new from Wisconsin haze/drone/rock folk.


Ghost Fields by Murder by Death
from the album
Bitter Drink, Bitter Moon (Bloodshot)


Come Home by Lavendar Diamond
from the album
Incorruptable Heart (Paracadute)
new, feat. the voice of Becky Stark.


Going West With Secrets by The Baird Sisters
from the album
Until You Find Your Green (self-released)
new, gorgeous. Neo trad duet singing and playing by Laura & Meg.


When The Birds Hit The Spaceship It Sounded Like This by Halasan Bazar
from the album
How To Be Happy Ever (Moon Glyph)
woozy psych-pop, new from Copenhagen


California Orange Sunshine by La Otracina
from the album
The Aquarian Wind (Who Can You Trust?)
mix of elements of classic krautrock, prog rock and psychedelia with free jazz improvisations and space rock jams with a lot of electronica added for good measure


Tiny Treasures by The Whigs
from the album
Enjoy The Company (New West)
new from Athens GA


Intertribal n1 by A Tribe Called Red
from the album
A Tribe Called Red (self-released)
First Nations DJ trio from Ottawa. Killer mixing of beats and dubstep and tribal chanting!


Flatland Boogie by Terry Allen
from the album
Human Remains (Sugar Hill)


Mama Hated Diesels by Commander Cody & His Lost Planet Airmen
from the album
Hot Licks, Cold Steel & Truckers Favorites (Paramount)


Texas Eagle by Steve Earle & The Del McCoury Band
from the album
The Mountain (E-squared)


Heart of Beast, Skin of Man by The Church of Zann
from the album
I (self-released)
local heavy-rock trio -- playing at The Cave on Friday night. XDU DJ Kenny ( on bass.

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