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From: 10/29/2018 - 15:45
Tags: hollereen

de surfures - fino a go go (fino a go go)
eddie angel - jurassic beat (guitar party)
x-ray vision - le guignolo (Panique au Biblos)
Black Flamingos - Speedway (Play Speedway and Other Hits)
The Exotics - Taste of Honey (Go Go Guitars)

The Woodchucks - Bangcock Cock Fight (Cruising for Surf Bunnies)
The Pagents - Enchanted (45)
The Eliminators - Hillclimb (liverpool! Dragsters!! Cycles!!! & Surfing !!!!)
Les Splectors - hong-kong express (45)
the metropolitains - screaming (part 2) (Fast-Track)
Ronnie Woods - Sugar Pt. 1 (45)

From: 10/22/2018 - 18:10
Tags: playlist

Shark Attack!! on Storm Surge of Reverb

Shark Attack!! were on Storm Surge of Reverb to promote their show tonight at Saturn Bar (featuring me as the DJ!). They did a short in-studio performance but pared it down a bit with an acoustic cover of The Atlantics' song "Reef Break". They'd never done it acoustic before but I thought they sounded great.

From: 10/21/2018 - 12:44

X-Ray Vision - Panique Au Biblos

X-Ray Vision as a technology is frequently thought of as gadgetry for means of espionage, and going by that definition it’s a surprisingly good fit for this band, blending spy tones with Astro-Man zip-zoop.

Central to this is the keyboards, swapping duty between swirling hammond-esque sounds and more futuristic electronic sounds and a few in-between. Sometimes in a fittingly spy manner, sometimes reminding me of their fellow frenchmen Les Tigres du Futur with a spastic approach.

From: 10/19/2018 - 08:51

The Woodchucks (Lee Hazelwood) - Cruising for Surf Bunnies

Lee Hazelwood is behind some iconic surf/instro records from the likes of The Astronauts, Al Casey and Duane Eddy. He wrote “Baja”. But to the rest of the world that’s a footnote in his career after things took off with Nancy Sinatra’s “The boots are made for walking”. Light in the Attic has been rooting through the Lee Hazelwood archives, re-releasing out-of-print material and releasing things that never saw the light of day.

From: 10/17/2018 - 21:46


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