King Parrot Interview

Kane of the The Sonic Collective sat down last Saturday with Matt Young from King Parrot to discuss a few things about touring, their relationship with Phil Anselmo and the Illegals, his musical inspiration, the joys of American food while on tour, and Matt also picks out a few King Parrot tunes to crush your skull to. So check it out!
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Special thanks to Liz at Earsplit PR, as always, for making cool things happen.

Sessions with Jimbo, Pt. 97

Tonight on Sessions I bring the heavy! Jams from the following bands and musicians.
Wo Fat, Black Prism, Haunted, Mystic Sons, Lucifer, Adtroqueen, Conan, and Black Pyramids. I also introduce you to some of the heavy hitters on the MD DOOM SCENE!
Heavy shit from Thonian Horde and great closing jam from Screaming Dee Calhoun. So join me on Sessions with Jimbo only on
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Sonic Collective, Ep. 32

Sonic Collective Ep. 32

Fantomas-The Omen (Ave Satani)
The Ghastly Ones-The Ghastly Stomp
Ministry-Everyday Is Halloween
Siouxsie And The Banshees-Spellbound
Dead Cross-Bela Lugosis Dead
John Carpenter-Night
Eerie Von And Mike Morance-Miserys Drag
Glenn Danzig-The Morrigu
Reverend Horton Heat-The Halloween Dance
White Zombie-Im Your Boogieman
Fantomas-Spider Baby
Samhain-Initium/Samhain

The Desert 18

This week The Desert has a special guest. Join us as we discuss and present another episode of pure noise rock fury!

The Mops – Iija naïka
El Amor – On the midnight bus
Charlies – Living for myself
Rodriguez – Only good for conversation
The Monks – Oh, how to do now
Interview
Brick – Heads
Interview
Retox – Wooden nickels
Whores. – Participation trophy
Interview
Cherubs – Crashing the ride
Interview
KEN Mode – The illusion of dignity

Wake Up at the Other End of the Universe 70’s Prog

Wake Up Special : 70s Prog Touches

Ave Rock : Dejenme Seguir(Ave Rock)
T2 : No More White Horses (It’ll Work Out In Boomland)
Czar : Tread Softly On My Dreams (Czar)
Camel : Freefall (Mirage)
Yes : Yours Is No Digrace (Yes)
Van der Graaf Generator : Darkness (The Least We Can Do Is Wave To Eachother)
King Crimson : Epitaph (In the Court of the Crimson King)
Samurai : Green Tea (Green Tea)
Khan : Driving to Amsterdam (Space Shanty)

Monuments in Ruin, Ch. 129

“You ain’t no punk, you punk!” ~ Lux Interior
This week your host takes us on a journey through some of his favorite punk rock records. Punk comes in many shapes and forms. This hour is an overall study of how often the boundaries could be pushed without generating cookie cutter, sound-a-like albums. What is punk rock? Monuments in Ruin would like to think it is the ability to forge your own path and showcase your true identity. How can someone find their way into discovery when they are busy following?

(((00:00))) Monuments in Ruin – Episode 129 Intro
(02:59) The Cramps – Garbageman
(07:28) Circle Jerks – 86’d (Good as Gone)
(09:17) Christ on Parade – Human Labratory
(11:30) Crass – Systematic Death
(16:32) Neurosis – Pain of Mind
(19:35) Grimple – Grimple Up Your Ass
(22:07) Fleshies – Gooba Says Theres No Tomorrow
(27:30) Descendents – Good Good Things
(29:45) Dead Milkmen – Junkie / Right Wing Pigeon
(32:45) Dead and Gone – Black Hole Heart
(36:10) Dead Kennedys – A Growing Boy Needs His Lunch
(42:02) Deadguy – Makeshift Atomsmasher
(44:36) His Hero Is Gone – Headless/Heartless / Hinges
(47:43) Heartless – End of the Line
(53:59) Misfits – American Nightmare
(55:38) Zeke – The Hammer / Roller
(59:10) Circle Jerks – Don’t Care / Live Fast, Die Young