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Storm Surge of Reverb finds its way to you via Tulane University's radio station WTUL. Tulane does supply funding to WTUL but the majority is paid for by listeners pledging money to keep it running. Without that money, Tulane might start wondering why exactly they pour so much money into this radio station, and sell us off to become an NPR station. No weird radio in New Orleans, and especially no instro radio. No Storm Surge of Reverb.

From: 02/23/2015 - 14:38


This was the day before Mardi Gras so it was party themed!

mike barbwires & the blue ocean six - camel rock (camel rock b/w the surge)
impala - king louie stomp (kings of the strip)
the kelly four - guybo (45)
the egyptian combo - rockin' little egypt (45)

From: 02/22/2015 - 23:57


Surf has inarguably found its way far past the borders of the US let alone California. Even in the 60s, many different cultures across the globe showed that they were listening to The Ventures or The Shadows. However, the most populous nation on the planet is almost completely devoid of surf or instrumental rock & roll both now and historically. Even Malaysia had a surprisingly strong Shadows-influenced scene, but it never caught on in China.

From: 02/22/2015 - 16:21


the shandels - stacked nasty (strummin mental part three)
the treblemakers - great white lunch hour (treblemakers vs the doomsday device)
el caminos - exotic (reverb explosion)
the finks - Steel Pier (fill'er up and go)
the challengers - moon dawg (lloyd thaxton goes surfing with the challengers)
the nebulas - the growler (it's go time!)

gary webb - drum city - part 1 - 45
intruders - fried eggs - 45
the arondies - 69 - 45
don markham & the marksmen - goose pt. 1 - 45
Chet Atkins - the slop - 45
ernie farrell - the scream - 45

From: 02/16/2015 - 13:55
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LosHijosSurf - Playa​/​Muerte

More from Mexico! LosHijosSurf play horror surf with moments of ska, metal, and occasional jammy moments. Give it a listenMore from Mexico! LosHijosSurf play horror surf with moments of ska, metal, and occasional jammy moments. Give it a listen

From: 02/16/2015 - 08:08


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