Monthly Archives: May 2016


May 24, 2016

Rock show that travels deep into fun, with treats such as the Pete Shelley cover by The Japanese Girl, and Peter Dayton (La Peste), solo Doss Sylvain Slyvain, Lydia Lunch Retrovirus covering Suicide, and Billy /Childish project The Shall I Say Quois. All this along with that 3 track opening salvo of fave’s faves – I LOVE those 3…

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Artist Song Release Label
The Summer Hits Honey Machine Beaches And Canyons 1992-96 X-mas Records
Map of Africa Black Skin Blue Eyed Boys Map of Africa Whatever We Want
Eddie and The Hot Rods Quit This Town Life on the Line Captain OI
Sylvain Slyvain Rockin’ Good Time New York’s a Go Go Easy Action
Ronnie Spector Darlin’ Siren Polish Records
Wreckless Eric Grown Ups Wreckless Eric Stiff
MC5 Tonight Back in the USA Atlantic
The Shall I Say Quois It’s Hard To Be Happy Shall I Say Quoi? Damaged Goods
Roogalator I Feel Good (I Got You) Love and the Single Girl Virgin
Black Randy and The Metrosquad Give It Up Or turn It Loose “Pass the dust, I think I’m Bowie” Dangerhouse
Johnny Thunder Critic’s Choice Critic’s Choice Easy Action
John Cale Praetorian Underground Caribbean Sunset Ze Records
The Pop Go! Go! Arista
Twinkeyz 1000 Reasons Alpha Jerk SS records
Ralph Carney & David Thomas Sunset In Hibernia Bowling Balls From Hell Clone Records
J.J. Burnell Jellyfish Euroman Cometh Mau Mau

Artist Song Release Label
J.J. Burnell Jellyfish Euroman Cometh Mau Mau
Hitmen Don’t Hit Girls / Mercenary Calling Hitmen WEA Australia
Generation X Triumph Sweet Revenge Munster Records
Stiv Bator Don’t Go Away Do You Believe In Magyk Easy Action
Epicycle Radical Attitude You’re Not Gonna Get It: 1978-81 Hozac Records
Peter Dayton Last Supper Sharp Cuts Planet Records
Steve Treatment Taste Your Own Medicine All Dressed For Tomorrow Munster / Messthetics
Hawkwind Hassan I Sabbah Hassan I Sabbah Cherry Red
Lydia Lunch Retrovirus Frankie Teardrop Urge to Kill Rustblade Records
The Japanese Girl Telephone Operator You Should Have Switches Munster Records


May 10, 2016

A post-punk electronic show. The Prats recorded in Edinburgh 1978, but have the post-punk sound, as do 39 Clocks, that tracks like Disintegrators (from ‘Cold Waves of Color 2’) blend into their electronics, as do Manicured Noise. John Cale never needed to live in any scene, and the 1984 track here shows that. Binder Quintet show they can fit in this show playing jazz. Like artists on the Ze label (he is not) Henri Pierre Noel blended the influences for a dance club.

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Artist Song Release Label
Waldamer Schwartz Taza de Oro Sheer Rocks – Music On The Rocks Volume One Secret Life Records
Regelbau Sun & Steel (Timeman & CKs part II) Warm Regards Regelbau
Hysteric Badaduba Extra Terrestrial Mysidian
Mouth Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea Voyage To the Bottom of the Sea Emotional Rescue
Unknown unknown WYWH Light Sounds Dark
Manicured Noise Freetime Northern Stories 1978/80 Caroline True Records
John Cale Model Beirut Recital Caribbean Sunset Ze Records
The Lord Space Is The Base Cold Waves of Color Color Tapes
Arpadys Monkey Star (Original Version) Cosmic Machine – The Sequel – Original and Remixed Versions Because

Artist Song Release Label
39 Clocks Heat of Violence Cherrystones: Critical Mass/Splinters from the Worldwide New-Wave, Post-Punk
and Industrial Underground 1978 – 1984
Touch Sensitive
V2 Nothing To Do Greater Manchester Punk 1977 – 81 Vinyl Revival
The Prats Disco Pope [Cease & Desist] DIY! Optimo Music
Disintegrators Elixir Vapor Cold Waves Of Color: Volume 2 Color Tapes
Marvin & Guy Dancity (feat. Athena) Dance Abilities Young Adults Recordings
Kejeblos feat Momo Love Autobahn Dub Just Me No You Phantom Island
Binder Quintet feat. John Tchicai Sirato (Dirge) If Music Presents: You Need This! A Journey into Deep Jazz If Music
Henri Pierre Noel Funky Spider Dance The Reflex Versions Wah Wah 45s
Brian Harden Elementary (edit) FAS011 Father & Sons Productions


May 3, 2016

Electronic show with several Polish artists (Eltron, Lutto Lento, Naphta, Unitrax, Selvy), several chilled out tracks (Dip In The Pool, Bella Figura, Floating Points, Land Of Light, Damien Lynch, Khidja, Cantoma), plus Judy Nylon and Patti Palladin (Snatch) in solo guises, Red Axes edit of Shocking Blue’s Love Buzz, reggae with The Noodleman and disco with MFSB.

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Artist Song Release Label
Dip In The Pool Silence Dipper 1985-91 Dipping Warner Japan
Eltron The Light The Light EP Transatlantyk
Lutto Lento Cold Water Mond Hehe EP Transatlantyk
Naphta Boomerang Disco Enter the Dagon Father & Son Records & Tapes
Unitrax Oasis (Water of Love) Polnoc / Poludnie Transatlantyk
Selvy Take to the Sky Missing the Light Father & Son Records & Tapes
Floating Points For Marmish Elaenia Pluto
Bella Figura Better Man (Craig Bratley Instrumental) Better Man (Craig Bratley Remix) Claremont 56
Land Of Light Flares (Tambien Remix) Remixes 1 ESP Institute

Artist Song Release Label
Land Of Light Flares (Tambien Remix) [continued] Remixes 1 ESP Institute
Damien Lynch Safe House The Heights ESP Institute
Unknown untitled (F1) Alien Galaxy Builder Light Sounds Dark
Khidja Looki Looki Love On The Rocks
Cantoma Abando (instrumental) Tabarin Highwood Recordings
Patti Palladin Memo From Turner Memo From Turner Eruption Records
Judy Nylon and Crucial Jailhouse Rock Pal Judy On-U Sound Records
Red Axes Der Sexa Edit Service 001 Edit Service
The Noodleman Acid King Dancehall Red Motorbike
MFSB Mysteries of the World NYC 1980 Edit & Dub Recordings