Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Rock'n'Roll is Fur-Ever

I've been wanting to do a podcast radio show for a while now, inspired by the always excellent Best Table in Hell and Dynamite Hemorrhage Radio. Since I was a kid I've always liked the radio and making mix tapes and I'm not sure why I didn't end up a disc jockey.

So now that I've got the first show out of the way (you can download it here, warts and all), I'm excited to start work on another one. Hopefully I'll get better at it as time goes on.

Meanwhile back on the blog here, I've got some new Adam Holtz to bring you, I need to get caught up on new releases for the month from bands and labels I keep track of, as well as a few submissions, and of course the ever-present specter of the obscure 45s and LPs I horde. I have good intentions of sharing those on here, but I'm lazy and the cat's always on top of the record player when I'm writing a post. I don't want to disturb her.

So anyway, before I get to all of the aforementioned and more, here's a quick mix of new and new-ish rock'n'roll from Bandcamp:

Live garage rock from France, this was put out in December:

Arkansan sleeze-pop from 2014:

The lowest of fi from Pennsylvania:

And more outsider lo-fi action from Florida. This and the above song are off brand new albums from the respective artists: