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@Lopsided World Of L – Sunday April 22, 8pm

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@Lopsided World Of L – Sunday April 22, 8pm

It is no longer Winter at least in many areas of the world yet celebrating a new song by Snow Patrol is fitting any time of the year. #383 this week has just that. New Yorker Tommy London gives you a rock sound that harkens back to the 80s that you will seriously enjoy. Others to check out are South Yorkshire’s Paul Littlewood, London’s Brijs (pronounced Bryce), Berlin’s The Waltons, Oakland’s Fantastic Negrito and a brand new IAMX -who is former Sneaker Pimps Chris Corner- and guesting is Kat Von D (singer and well known Los Angeles tattoo artist.

*denotes first time song debuts on show + is replay

*Kat Meoz “Here I Wait” (Los Angeles)
*Ragweed “Backbiter” (Brighton, England)
–Frank Black voice intro-
FRANK BLACK SONG OF WEEK: Pixies “Andro Queen”
*IAMX f/Kat Von D “Stardust” (Los Angeles)
-back and front announce-
*Essaie Pas “Complet Brouillé (Montreal)
*VanrayUK “The Scheme Of Things” (Hackmondewike, UK)
-Tommy London voice intro-
*Tommy London “Sugar Red” (N.Y.C.)
*Snow Patrol “Don’t Give In” (Glasgow, Scotland)
-back and front announce-
*Paul Littlewood “Television” (South, Yorkshire, England)
*The Waltons “You’re Still A Part Of Me” (Berlin, Germany)
-Mutant Vinyl voice intro-
*Mutant Vinyl “Can You Kick The Reel” (Liverpool/London)
*Spilt Milk Society “Amsterdam” (Birmingham, England)
-back and front announce-
*Submariners “Ghosts” (Brighton, England)
*Brijs “Jasmine” (London, England)
-Hey Bulldog voice intro-
*Hey Bulldog “Al Lupo” (Manchester, England)
*Empathy Test “Bare My Soul” (London, England)
-back and front announce-
*Paul Biss “Lampedusa” (Brussels, Belgium)
*Purkinje “Voyager” (Melbourne, Australia)
-Fjorka voice intro-
*Fjorka “Evening Lights”(Ext.mix) (Dublin, Ireland)
*Midas Fall “Dust And Bone” (Edinburgh, Scotland)
-back and front announce-
*Editors “Nothingness” (Birmingham, England)
*Ram Goat Riddim f/D. Shark “Herb A Fe Bun” (London)
-John Mitchell voice intro-
*Kino “I Won’t Break So Easily Any More” (London)
+Peter Kernel “Men Of The Women” (Switzerland/Canada)
-back and front announce-
*The Strypes “Behind Closed Doors” (Cavan, Ireland)
*Megaherz “Trau Dich” (München, Germany)
-TC&I voice intro-
+TC&I “Comrades In Pop” (Swindon, England)
*Fantastic Negrito “Plastic Hamburgers” (Oakland, CA)
-back and front announce-
*Lunar Twin “Waves” (Hawaii/Salt Lake City)

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Brainwaves – April 17, 2018 – music for Israeli independence day

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Brainwaves – April 17, 2018 – music for Israeli independence day

Israel celebrates its 70th birthday this week, so Brainwaves is doing a special episode with just music out of the Holy Land. Some in Hebrew, some in English. Classic bands like Kaveret and Mashina, newer bands such as Forest and Elai Botzer, and everything in-between. 2 hours of eclectic alternative indie pop you won’t hear anywhere else!

Band Song
Ethnix Strawberries
Yehuda Poliker What Will Be Will Be
Alon Olearchik She Walks on the Roads
Monika Sex On the Floor
The Tractor’s Revenge Game of Tears
Forest Amalia
The Idan Raichal Project Nicer Words Than These
Nathan Goshen Thinking About It (Let it Go)
Niv Kaikov No Regrets
Red Meadow Forever 21
Synergy Guilty
The Madbujah Project Baladistan
Avraham Tal Lights
Efo HaYeled What’s Come Over Me?
Karolina Facing the Sea
Kaveret Market Song
Kaveret Inspector Clever
Ivri Lider The Blue Glass
Beit HaBubot Missed Dreams
Avtipus There Goes My Humor
Tea Packs The Old Station
Mashina Wake Up
Mashina A Qualified Optician
Shalom Hanoch Slowly Slowly
Shlomo Artzi Like Then
Arik Einstein Fragile
Ehud Banai Going Out into the Light (Published)
Evyatar Banai When Will We Kiss?
Elai Botner and the Outside Kids Done but not Over
Botzer (Hebrew is) a Pretty Language

Marvin Hamster Music Emporium – MH253

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Marvin Hamster Music Emporium – MH253

The Marvin Hamster Music Emporium is two hours of alternate music from the 80s and 90s brought to you by your Rodent of Retro. The show is usually six sets of about 20 minutes. Each set has a theme, or combination of songs, that fit together somehow.

The Set List…

Flock Of Devo Set
Telecommunication – Flock Of Seagulls
Dancing In Heaven (Orbital Bebop) – Q Feel
Panaorama – Cars
Freedom Of Choice – Devo

Poison Moscow Set
Poison Arrow – ABC
Play To Win – Heaven 17
Don’t Tell Me – Blancmange
Goodbye Seventies – Yaz
Moon Over Moscow – Visage

Kiss It’s Alright Set
The Perfect Kiss – New Order
Sound Of The Crowd – Human League
Devil Inside – INXS
It’s Alright – Fashion

Dirty Snowman Set
Dirty Creature – Split Enz
Snowman – XTC
All Come True – World Party
Goodbye Girl – Squeeze

Pulp And Peppers Set
Pulp Culture – Thomas Dolby
Dancing Barefoot – MC 900 Ft Jesus
Mellowship Slinky In B Major – Red Hot Chili Peppers
Everyone’s A Winner – Bootsauce

Violet Burnout Set
Violet – Seal
The Awakening Of A Woman (Burnout) – Cinematic Orchestra

More info…

You can get more information at http://marvinhamster.com.
There you can find out Marvin’s email address, Like him on Facebook (if you Like), listen to previous shows on
Mixcloud, or subscribe to the
podcast
.

@LopsidedWorld Of L – SUNDAY APRIL 8, 8pm

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@LopsidedWorld Of L – SUNDAY APRIL 8, 8pm

Easing into April with new music to make your head spin on #381. French duo Essaie Pas are sexy, my friends teenage son Connor and The Pain Killers give you a surf tune, Berlin’s Matteo Veroni makes a beat, and Bronx, New Yorker hits you with soul. This week marks the beginning of the ‘Anything Frank Black Song of the Week’ (yes, voice of Pixies). Also, new artists Postitronik, 10 O’Clock Chemical, Interism, Black and White, Low Standards, High Fives and Romano Nervosa are just some you might not have heard yet. Back with new music; Michael Schenker Fest, Editors and the dynamic combination of Ben Harper and Charlie Musselwhite. 

*denotes first time song debuts on show + is replay

*Ali Jacko “Only Thing I See” (UK/Bangladesh)
*Essaie Pas “Futur parlé” (Montreal, Canada)
-TC&I voice intro-
+TC&I “Greatness (Aspiration Song) (Swindon, England)
*Speedy Oritz “Lucky 88” (Massachusetts)
-back and front announce-
*Black and White “Inside Your Dream” (Jagodina, Serbia)
*Kadija Kamara “Nothing To Lose” (London, England)
-Frank Black voice intro-
ANYTHING FRANK BLACK SONG OF WEEK: “The King & Queen”
*Megaherz “Nicht Genug” (München, Germany)
-back and front announce-
*The Courettes “Time Is Ticking” (Brazil/Denmark)
*Matteo Veroni “Magic (Orig. Mix) (Berlin, Germany)
-Coreign voice intro-
*Coreign “Coreign’s Hymn” (Switzerland)
*Postitronik “Infamy (Everybody’s…” (Manchester, England)
-back and front announce-
*Connor and The Pain Killers “Just Picking Guitars” (Los Angeles)
*Interism “World On Fire” (Queensland, Australia)
-IAMEVE voice intro-
+IAMEVE “All Seeing Eye” (Los Angeles)
*Vernon Little “The Chance To Tell You” (Bronx, N.Y.)
-back and front announce-
*Michael Schenker Fest “Take Me To The Church” (Germany)
*10 O’Clock Chemical “Babylon Is Fallen” (Stoke-On-Trent)
-Liz Cirelli voice intro-
*Liz Cirelli “Lost In Translation” (Italy)
*The Singularity “End Of The Line” (Los Angeles)
-back and front announce-
*Editors “Cold” (Birmingham, England)
*Ben Harper & Charlie Musselwhite “Found The One” (CA)
-Mr. L bit-
*Low Standards, High Fives “Silent Decor” (Turin, Italy)
-back and front announce-
*The Midnight Club “Scream” (Denver, CO)
*Electus “Slip Away” (West Midlands, England)
-St. Madness voice intro-
*St. Madness “Made In China” (Scottsdale, AZ)
*Romano Nervosa “In My Mind” (Belgium)
-back and front announce-
*Shadow Ego “Out Of Reach” (Dub mix) (United Kingdom)

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Brainwaves A-Z – brought to you this week by the letter “E”

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Brainwaves A-Z – brought to you this week by the letter “E”

With Easter kicking off the week, it’s time for the “E” episode of Brainwaves A-Z. All bands or songs on this week’s show starting with the letter “E.” Music from 5 decades of eclectic alternative indie pop including Echo and the Bunnymen, ELO, Ed Sheeran, Eatliz, Elvis Costello, Echosmith, Elliot Smith, Elton John and Ephemera. Plus some “E” songs from R.E.M., Ra Ra Riot, Traschan Sinatras and Nada Surf. It’s E-lectrifying!

Band Song
Electric Light Orchestra Evil Woman
Elgin Park What I Can’t Do
Electric Six Down at McDonnelzz
Eliza Gilkyson Material Man
Elizabeth Ziman Momma’s Boy
Eatliz Attractive
Echo and the Bunnymen Rescue
Ed Sheeran Drunk
Eddie Izzard Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite (cover: The Beatles)
Echosmith Let’s Love
Elliot Smith Junk Bond Trader
Elliot Smith Happiness
Elvis Costello Tramp the Dirt Down
Emerson Lake and Palmer From the Beginning
Emily Haines and the Soft Skeleton The Lottery
Engineers Forgiveness
Embellish Water Lung
The Eagles One of These Nights
Edison Lighthouse Love Grows Where My Rosemary Goes
Elton John The Bitch is Back
Eviytar Banai Dog Show
Ehud Banai Today
Ethnix Jessica
Emilana Torrini Big Jumps
Ephemera I Think He’s Dead
R.E.M. E-Bow the Letter
Ra Ra Riot Each  Year
Trashcan Sinatras Easy on the Eye
Matt Pond PA East Coast E
Grandaddy El Caminos in the West
Sunflower Bean Easier Said
Two Door Cinema Club Eat That Up, It’s Good for You
Nada Surf Electrocution

Marvin Hamster Music Emporium – MH252

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Marvin Hamster Music Emporium – MH252

The Marvin Hamster Music Emporium is two hours of alternate music from the 80s and 90s brought to you by your Rodent of Retro. The show is usually six sets of about 20 minutes. Each set has a theme, or combination of songs, that fit together somehow. This week the show is going back to “new” programming, or at least as new as one can get with a retro show.

Set List

Clampdown Down Set
Clampdown – Clash
Message Of Love – Pretenders
The Walls Came Down – The Call
I Wanna Live – Ramones
What People Do for Fun – Martha & The Muffins

Crackpot Guns Set
Crackpot History And The Right To Lie – Adam Ant
And She Was – Talking Heads
I’m Afraid Of Americans – David Bowie
Melt The Guns – XTC

The Bomb Set
Let’s All Make A Bomb (New Version) – Heaven 17
The Violence Of Truth – The The
Time Bomb – Rancid
Bombs Away – The Police
Bomber’s Bay – Echo & The Bunnymen

Glad For Heaven Set
Glad To Know You – Chas Jankel
They Only Come Out At Night – Peter Brown
We Close Our Eyes – Go West
Images Of Heaven – Peter Godwin

Beautiful Years Set
As Years Go By – Level 42
Everybody Wants To Rule The World – Tears For Fears
It’s My Life – Talk Talk
Beautiful Day – U2

Princely Sum Set
America – Prince
Skeleton Key – Wendy & Lisa
Yes – Family
Gaslight – fDeluxe
Little Mama – Ingrid Chavez

More info…

You can get more information at http://marvinhamster.com. There you can find out Marvin’s email address, Like him on Facebook (if you Like), listen to previous shows on Mixcloud, or subscribe to the podcast.

Ola’s Kool Kitchen 211

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Ola’s Kool Kitchen 211

Ola’s Kool Kitchen Now on Andhow.FM with an old favourite Kool Kitchen recipe.
Show 211
1. Garbage-Cherry Lips (Go Baby Go)-Beautiful Garbage-Mushroom
2. Bardots-Pretty O-single-Chere
3. Aaron White-Whiskey and Gin-The Delicious Death Of An Ohio Honey Hunter-CD Baby
4. Leonard Mynx-Horse-Vesper-Dustbin Records
5. Lights That Change-Beautiful Soul-single-Ear To Ear Records
6. Age Of Chance-Kiss-single-Fon-MCA
7. Hollywood Brats-Chez Maximes-Hollywood Brats-Cherry Red
8. Austra-Beat And The Pulse (Clean Version)-Beat And The Pulse-Domino
9. Moloko – Lotus Eaters (Fila Brazillia Mix)-Brazilification Remixes (95-99)-Kudos
10. Willian Penn V-Swami- Pebbles Vol. 3 – The Acid Gallery (60s Garage Psych Punk @256)-BFD Records
11. Los Zinkos-Tu Mandas En Mi-single- Discos Sintonía
12. Mable John-Able Mable-single-Stax
13. The Drones-Shark Fin Blues- Wait Long By The River And The Bodies Of Your Enemies Will Float By-ATP Records

@LopsidedWorld Of L – SUNDAY APRIL 1, 8pm

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@LopsidedWorld Of L – SUNDAY APRIL 1, 8pm

An amazing array of new artists ranging from Brazil/Denmark’s The Courettes featured on #380 this week. London’s Kino, Los Angeles Dream System 8, Switzerland’s Beth Wimmer to the Gold Coast, Australia’s Reichelt are all satisfying to make this edition super. Others include Micky James, Tashaki Miyaki, Tracey Thorn and another new TC&I track from the two former XTC members Colin Moulding and Terry Chambers. Plus British rockers Katalina Kicks return with a newbie.

*denotes first time song debuts on show + is replay

*Ruins “No Tiggy Butcher” (Liverpool)
*Beth Wimmer “Starman” (Bowie) (Switzerland)
-Colin Moulding & Terry Chambers voice intro-
*TC&I “Kenny” (Swindon, England)
*Paul Biss “Biss Manipulation” (Bruxelles, Belgium)
-back and front announce-
*Comte De St Germain “Down To The Wire” (Brisbane, Australia)
*Reichelt “Spine” (Gold Coast, Queensland , Australia)
-Ensign Broderick voice intro-
*Ensign Broderick “True Shame” (Toronto, Canada)
*The Courettes “Strawberry Boy” (Brazil/Denmark)
-back and front announce-
*The White Buffalo “Nightstalker Blues” (S. California)
-John Mitchell voice intro-
*Kino “The Dead Club” (London, England)
-Katalina Kicks voice intro-
*Katalina Kicks “Waterfall” (London, England)
*Dream System 8 “This Ride We Call Life” (Los Angeles)
-back and front announce-
*Rain Diary “We Are Here We Are Now” (Finland)
*Megaherz “Heldengrab” (München, Germany)
-Flush The Fashion voice intro-
*Flush The Fashion “Backstage Pass” (Copenhagen)
*Dearest “Drowning” (Wolverhampton, England)
-back and front announce-
*Broads “Climbs” (Norwich, England)
*Typo Clan “Slow West” (Italy)
-Long Distance Calling voice intro-
*Long Distance Calling “Ascending” (Germany)
*Marq Aurel & Rayman Rave “What’s Wrong…” (Italy)
-back and front announce-
*The Forty Nineteens “Time Is On My Side” (Los Angeles)
*Tashaki Miyaki “Get It Right” (Los Angeles)
-IndifferentMonKeY voice intro-
*IndifferentMonKeY “Astro Star “(London, England)
*Tracey Thorn “Queen” (London, England)
-back and front announce-
*Micky James “Give It To Me Straight” (N.Y.C.)
*Pushing Daisies “Picture Frame” (Bristol, England)
-Vonny & Clyde voice intro-
*Vonny & Clyde “Sommertraum” (Hamburg, Germany)
*Steph Fischer-Ivancsy “Warning Signs” (Melbourne, AU)
-back and front announce-
*Josh Lasden & Synoptic f/M. Blanckaert “Re-Baking”(Belgium)

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Brainwaves – March 27, 2018 – Bears, rabbits, horses, vampires and more

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Brainwaves – March 27, 2018 – Bears, rabbits, horses, vampires and more

Bears, rabbits and horses all come to play on this week’s Brainwaves. The Police are also coming for the vampires, Miss Abrams leads her fourth graders to Mill Valley and Neil Young gets twisted. Tune in soon!

Band Song
Neil Young and Crazy Horse Oh Susanna
Neil Young and Crazy Horse She’ll Be Coming Round the Mountain
Neil Young and Crazy Horse Twisted Road
Frightened Rabbit The Twist (soundtrack: Chuck)
Minus the Bear Thanks for the Killer Game of Crisco Twister
Sebadoh Too Pure
The Who Pure and Easy
The Teardrop Explodes Pure Joy
Pure Prairie League Woman
The Well Pennies All My Loving (cover: The Beatles)
Niv Kaikov New Way
Visage Visage
Temples Test of Time
Editors Munich
The Features Exhibit A
Ash Burn Out
Hole Celebrity Skin
Miss Abrams and the Strawberry Point 4th Grade Class Mill Valley
The Tokens Groovin’ on the Sunshine – Sesame Street
R.E.M. Furry Happy Monsters (from The Muppet Show)
R.E.M. So. Central Rain
Rankin’ Roger Roller Blades (You Can’t Catch Me)
The Cure Why Can’t I Be You?
Genesis Paperlate
Sufjan Stevens The Man of Metropolis Steals Our Hearts
The Polyphonic Spree It’s the Sun
The Beatles Here Comes the Sun (soundtrack: Love)
Blitzen Trapper Ever Loved Once
Vampire Weekend A-Punk
The Police Canary in a Coalmine
The Pretenders Back on the Chain Gang
Devo Working in the Coalmine
Pharrell Happy (soundtrack: Despicable Me 2)
Deaf School What a Way to End it All

Marvin Hamster Music Emporium – MH185

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Marvin Hamster Music Emporium – MH185

The Marvin Hamster Music Emporium is two hours of alternate music from the 80s and 90s brought to you by your Rodent of Retro. The show is usually six sets of about 20 minutes. Each set has a theme, or combination of songs, that fit together somehow.

This week the Hamster is going retro with the retro and dropping back to MH185, first broadcast 6-JAN-2016. The main reason was to hear Soft Cell’s Mugs Game and decided not to build a whole new show on just that one song desire.

The set list looks like this…

Bang And Pump You Set
Do You Remember Rock N Roll Radio?- Ramones
Bang On The Drum All Day – Todd Rundgren
Pump It Up – Elvis Costello
Can’t Stand Losing You – The Police
Sunday Papers – Joe Jackson

Melting Cats Set
I Melt With You – Modern English
Love Is The Law – Suburbs
I Will Dare – The Replacements
Love Cats – Cure
Stray Cat Strut – Stray Cats

Wrong People Set
It’s A Mugs Game – Soft Cell
Institutionalized – Suicidal Tendencies
Only A Lad – Oingo Boingo
Never Say Never (edit) – Romeo Void

Pre Emo Emo Set
Love Will Tear Us Apart Again – Joy Division
How Soon Is Now? – The Smiths
Sooner Than You Think – New Order
The Hurting – Tears For Fears

The The Tin Tin Set
Kiss Me – Stephen Tin Tin Duffy
Uncertain Smile – The The

Safe Sleep Set
Safe From Harm – Massive Attack
This City Never Sleeps – Eurythmics
Your Girl – Blue States

More info…

You can get more information at http://marvinhamster.com. There you can find out Marvin’s email address, Like him on Facebook (if you Like), listen to previous shows on Mixcloud, or subscribe to the podcast.