@LopsidedWorld Of L -SUNDAY FEBRUARY 25, 8pm
Feb20

@LopsidedWorld Of L -SUNDAY FEBRUARY 25, 8pm

This week on #375 showcases numerous eclectic musical standouts. The U.K.s Kangarucci, and Milan, Italy’s Club Domani (very sexy vocals), along with Sydney’s excellent rock from COG. Also, two artists that are standing tall early this year; Edinburg, Scotland’s Young Fathers and Liverpool’s Hegarty. Russian punk continues with another track by Moscow Death Brigade and a young woman from Austin, Texas Erika Wennerstrom that will put you in a trance weaving rock and country. *denotes first time song debuts on show + is replay *Erika Wennerstrom “Extraordinary Love” (edit) (Austin, TX) *Young Fathers “In My View” (Edinburgh, Scotland) -Coreign voice intro- *Coreign “Run Run Run” (Switzerland) +Hey Jetman “Tinder And Tears” (Berlin, Germany) -back and front announce- +TC&I “Scatter Me” (Swindon, England) *Club Domani & Jerry Bouthier “You Be” (Milan, Italy) -Benjamin Shoos voice intro- *Benjamin Shoos f/ Dent May “All Night” (Paris, France) *Plastic “Headless Rabbit” (Cheshire, England) -back and front announce- *Colin Macleod “Kicks In” (Glasgow, Scotland) *The Screaming Love Collective “Artificial Stimulation” (U.K.) -Mugzy voice intro- *Mugzy “My Journey” (Sydney, Australia) -Long Distance Callng voice intro- *Long Distance Calling “Like A River” (Germany) -back and front announce- *b.d. Gottfried “Blame It On The Money” (Canada) *Moscow Death Brigade “Straight Outta Moscow” (Russia) -Hegarty voice intro- *Hegarty “Broken Soul” (Liverpool, England) -Noah Gundersen voice intro- *Noah Gundersen “The Sound” (Seattle, WA) -back and front announce- *Speak, Brother “Magnesium” (Coventry, England) *The Spook School “Body” (United Kingdom) -Alice Cooper voice intro- ALICE COOPER SONG OF WEEK: “Rats” *Steve Hewitt “Pushing Me Away” (Kent, England) -back and front announce- *Martin Nocun “Pump Up The Music” (Poland) *Kangarucci “Taxi Man” (United Kingdom) -Tony Moore voice intro- *Tony Moore “Save The Day” (London, England) -back and front announce- *The Maple State “Something In The Water” (Manchester) *COG “The Middle” (Sydney, Australia) -Travis Caudle voice intro- *Travis Caudle “What It Is” (Perth, Australia) -back and front announce- *Ray Keith “Bun Dem Computer” (Re-issue) (London) for more info...

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@LopsidedWorld Of L -SUNDAY FEBRUARY 18, 8pm
Feb13

@LopsidedWorld Of L -SUNDAY FEBRUARY 18, 8pm

Once there was a band from the late 70s -early 80s that captured the hearts of so many music aficionados. XTC. Many still cite them as a groundbreaking group. Andy Partridge left a lasting impression. Two of the original members Colin Moulding and Terry Chambers have been silent for years, but no more. With new music the two have risen as TC&I. This week on #374 you will hear two songs that not only sound like XTC sans Andy, but are lyrical and pop wonders. I’ve spent time with Colin a couple of times in years past and couldn’t be prouder than to play these gems for you. *denotes first time song debuts on show *Karen O f/M. Kiwanuka “Yo! My Saint” (N.Y.C.) *TC&I “Scatter Me” (Swindon, England) -Mugzy voice intro- *Mugzy f/ Pablo “Can’t Stop Us” (Sydney, Australia) -Long Distance Calling Voice intro *Long Distance Calling “The Far Side” (Germany) -back and front announce- *Boytronic “Big Hands For The Dreamers” (Hamburg, Germany) *Duran Duran f/ A. Wickett “Girls On Film” (1979 demo) -Hegarty voice intro- *Hegarty “I Only Dream” (Liverpool, England) *Nelson Can “Downtown” (Copenhagen, Denmark) -back and front announce- *Hey Jetman “Tinder And Tears” (Berlin, Germany) *The James Hunter Six “I Got Eyes” (London, England) -Andy Cooper voice intro- *Andy Cooper “Can’t Be Satisfied” (Long Beach, CA) *Typo Clan” “The Tune” (Italy) -back and front announce- *Joan As Police Woman “Tell Me” (Brooklyn, N.Y.) *TC&I “Greatness (The Aspiration Song)” (Swindon, England) -Courtney John voice intro- *Courtney John “Free For All” (Kingston, Jamaica) *Baby Raptors “Lost Boi” (Brooklyn, N.Y.) -back and front announce- *Joel James “Adorn, Above” (Melbourne, Australia) *Norquay “Slaves” (Scotland) -Bruce Hammond “turn it up” intro- *Moscow Death Brigade “What We Do” (Moscow, Russia) *Listener “Bloodshot/New Love” (Kansas City) -back and front announce- *Editors “Magazine” (Birmingham, England) -Alice Cooper voice intro- ALICE COOPER SONG OF WEEK: “Under My Wheels” (Live) *Pink Tea “Smoko” (Brisbane, Australia) -Coreign voice intro- *Coreign “Lay All Down” (Switzerland) -back and front announce- *Loudness “The Voice” (Osaka, Japan) -Rachel Mason voice intro- *Rachel Mason “Time To Resign” (Los Angeles) *Lionize “Election Year” (Washington D.C.) -Un an gonflable voice intro- *Un an gonflable “Tropques” (Paris/Berlin) -back and front announce- *G-Lati &Mellons f/ C. Davis “Off The Ground” (Netherlands) for more info...

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@LopsidedWorld Of L -SUNDAY FEBRUARY 11, 8pm
Feb06

@LopsidedWorld Of L -SUNDAY FEBRUARY 11, 8pm

New music on fire the week on #373. Weaving in and out of sound as always. Beginning with pretty much the best of new Techno out of Hamburg with Boytronic, mood rock by Sweden’s Avatar, to Liverpool’s Hegarty with that Brit guitar sound you love. Long Beach, California’s Andy Cooper authentic hip-hop might make you think of a generation gone by, and for you electronic freaks- Dubai’s DJ Rob de Blank and Austria’s Housecrusherzzz both return with new up tempo body moving tracks. *denotes first time song debuts on show *Boytronic “Time After Midnight” (Hamburg, Germany) *Leon Of Athens “Xenos” (London, Athens) -Go Satta voice intro- *Go Satta “Detroit” (Plymouth, England) *Avatar “King After King” (Sweden) -back and front announce- *Brickyard Lizards “Queen Of Bohemia” (Oxford, England) *Circus Of Power “Flying Into L.A.” (Los Angeles) -Andy Cooper voice intro- *Andy Cooper “Here Comes Another One” (Long Beach, CA) *The Fratellis “Stand Up Tragedy” (Glasgow, Scotland) -back and front announce- *Lima “1982” (Denmark) *Fie Fie! Fie! “Edge Of Space” (West Yorkshire, England) -Alice Cooper voice intro- ALICE COOPER SONG OF WEEK: “Holy Water” *Housecrusherzzz & Copamore “Step Into The Light” (Austria) *Dessa “Fire Drills” (Minneapolis) -Hegarty voice intro- *Hegarty “Won’t Go Down (That Road Again)” (Liverpool) -Courtney John voice intro- *Courtney John “Paper Dolls” (Kingston, Jamaica) *MC DURO “Creativity” (Czech Republic) -back and front announce- *Indya “If You Don’t Like It-Shove It” (Brighton, England) *Skelhorn “A Wonderous Place Of Our Own” (Liverpool) -Un a ne gonflable voice intro- *Un a ne gonflable “Coralie” (Paris/Berlin) *Josh Lasden f/M. Blanckaert “Love At Breakfast” (Belgium) -back and front announce- *PRP “Rubber Hands” (Finland) *Sleeping Ducks “Rules Of A Naughty Sport” (Cambridge, UK) -Black Rebel Motorcycle Club voice intro- *Black Rebel Motorcycle Club “Echo” (Los Angeles) -back and front announce- *The Black Moods “How Long” (Tempe, Arizona) *DJ Rob de Blank “Don’t Look Back” (Dubai) -Mugzy voice intro- *Mugzy f/ Eden Hook “Rain” (Sydney, Australia) *Issac Navaro “3:18am” (United Kingdom) -back and front announce- *Jerry Ropero f/Valencia “Last Night” (orig. clubmix) (Belgium) more info...

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@LopsidedWorld Of L -SUNDAY FEBRUARY 4, 8pm
Jan30

@LopsidedWorld Of L -SUNDAY FEBRUARY 4, 8pm

This week on#372 the return of a banging new single by Ministry. Are you a fan? Diversity runs the gamut with Norway’s Sigrid doing a Leonard Cohen cover with sincerity, along with possibly the best song Moby has put out in some time. London’s Digital 21 features Placebo’s Stefan Olsdal, and Scotland’s Young Fathers just kills it on their second single. Nashville’s Lines In The Sky and Tempe, Arizona’s The Black Moods are two American bands are two not to miss.  *denotes first time song debuts on show *Young Fathers “Lord” (Edinburgh, Scotland) *Carlos Deutsch “Uncertain Future” (Spain) -Johnette Napolitano voice intro- *Johnette Napolitano “Crib Girl” (Joshua Tree, CA) *Anders Bosell “Pink Champagne…”(JL remix) Sala, Sweden) -back and front announce- *Anja Schröter “Woran glaubst du” (Germany) *The Parasite f/Ian Moss “Skin Too Thin” (Manchester, England) -Alice Cooper voice intro- ALICE COOPER SONG OF WEEK: “Fireball” *Digital 21 f/(Stefan Olsdal & Margret Ran) “Spaces” (London) -back and front announce- *Moby “Like A Motherless Child” (New York) *Carousell “Lullaby” (London) -Lines In The Sky voice intro- *Lines In The Sky “Ancient Insult” (Nashville, TN) *Sigrid “Everybody Knows” (Leonard Cohen cover) (Norway) -back and front announce- *Ministry “Antifa” (Chicago) *House Mouse & Space Museum “Heritage Theme Park” (UK) -Courtney John voice intro- *Courtney John “Easier To Walk Away” (Kingston, Jamaica) *The Black Moods “Paralyzed” (Tempe, AZ) -back and front announce- *Avatar “The King Welcomes You To Avatar…” (Sweden) *The Fabulous Auster Boys “Night” (United Kingdom) -The Parity Complex voice intro- *The Parity Complex “Sleepwalk” (Sweden) *Ben & Andy “Save Me” (Queen cover) (NW England) -back and front announce- *OPIA “All Of Us” (Western Australia) *Inferior Complex “You’re The Only One…” (Southampton, UK) -Little Sparrow voice intro- *Little Sparrow f/Robin Dewhurst “Tender” (Manchester) -back and front announce- *Foemen “Interfere” (Newcastle, New South. Wales) *The Maple State “The Things I Heard At The…” (Manchester) -Mr L sweeper- *Megative “More Time” (Dubmatix TT Remix) (N.Y.C.) -back and front announce- *Rebellion “Thankless Child” (Germany) for more info...

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@LopsidedWorld Of L- SUNDAY JANUARY 28, 8pm
Jan23

@LopsidedWorld Of L- SUNDAY JANUARY 28, 8pm

This week a journey into today’s Progressive rock and beyond. LWOL Special #371. Progressive rock (shortened as prog; sometimes called art rock, classical rock or symphonic rock) is a broad subgenre of rock music that developed in the United Kingdom and United States throughout the mid to late 1960s. Initially termed “progressive pop“, the style was an outgrowth of psychedelic bands who abandoned standard pop traditions in favour of instrumentation and compositional techniques more frequently associated with jazz, folk, or classical music.- Wikipedia *denotes first time song debuts on show Edguy “Blessing In Disguise” (Fulda, Germany) -Simone Simons of Epica voice intro- Epica “Architect Of Light” (Netherlands) Epica “Natural Corruption” (Netherlands) -back and front announce- Avantasia “Mystery Of A Blood Red Rose” (Fulda, Germany) Tuomas Holopainen “The Last Sled” (Kitee, Finland) -Mr. L sweeper- Tarja “Darkness” (Netherlands) -Night voice intro- Night “Strike Of Lightening” (Linköping, Sweden) -back and front announce- *Eleveite “L’appel Des Montagnes” (Switzerland) Arjen Lucassen “Battle Of Evermore” (Netherlands) -Arjen Lucassen muses about Symphonic Rock- Ayreon “Deathcry Of A Race” (Netherlands) Ayreon “Everybody Dies” (Netherlands) -back and front announce- Within Temptation “Faster” (Netherlands) Primal Fear “The Sky Is Burning” (Germany) -The Parity Compelx voice intro- *The Parity Complex “Shackles (Your Burden) (Sweden) -back and front announce- Nightwish “Storytime” (Kitee, Finland) -Anneke van Giersbergen of Gentle Storm voice intro- Gentle Storm “The Storm” (Storm version) (Netherlands) Hällas “The Astral Seer” (Jönköping, Sweden) -back and front announce- Ayreon “Listen To The Waves” (Netherlands) -Arjen Lucassen of Ayreon voice intro- Ayreon “Dark Energy” (Netherlands) Ayreon “Potential” (Netherlands) -Anneke van Giersbergen of VUUR voice intro- VUUR “The Martyr And The Saint-Beirut” (Netherlands) -back and front announce- Nightwish “Scaretale” (Kitee, Finland) more info...

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