Posts Tagged ‘D.O.A’

Podcast #376

June 25, 2019

Featuring Evan Catalano’s interview with Joe Keithley from D.O.A

D.O.A – ‘The Enemy’ [CA]
Interview with Joe Keithley of D.O.A Pt 1
D.O.A – ‘Time To Fight Back’ [CA]
Interview with Joe Keithley of D.O.A Pt 2
D.O.A – ‘The Great White Hope’ [CA]
Baker Boy – ‘In Control’ [AU]
Kirin J. Callinan – ‘The Whole Of The Moon’ [AU]
Tkay Maidza – ‘White Rose’ [CA]
Rae Spoon – ‘I Can’t Sleep’ [CA]
Emilie Kahn – ‘Island’ [CA]
Digawolf – ‘Broken Bone’ [CA]
Gal Gracen – ‘Arcadia’ [CA]

The legendary D.O.A from Vancouver are still going strong after 40 years. In anticipation of their gig at the Limelight in Williams Lake, BC on 11 July, Evan Catalano of Shock Collar Records has interviewed front-man Joe Keithley. We air the two part interview on today’s show also with three quality D.O.A tunes. We air a track from the surprise new covers album from the provocative Kirin J. Callinan as well as a the first single from Gal Gracen‘s debut album ‘Fantasy Garden.’

Podcast #353

October 21, 2018

Featuring The Aints, Eugene Ripper, Jennifer Holub and more

The Church – ‘Texas Moon’ [AU]
The Church – ‘Anna Miranda’ [AU]
The Church – ‘Antenna’ (acoustic) [AU]
Handsome – ‘No Coward’ [AU]
The Aints –  ‘Red Aces’ [AU]
Paul Kelly – ‘A Bastard Like Me’ [AU]
jealouspainter – ‘Quasar Latte’ [CA]
Eugene Ripper – ‘Around The World’ [CA]
Jennifer Holub – ‘Way Out’ [CA]
D.O.A – ‘Time To Fight Back’ [CA]
Nastiweather – ‘Heaven’ [CA]

The Church have embarked on another North American tour, this time celebrating the 30th Anniversary of Starfish, and which included a Vancouver show. The ‘Deluxe Edition’ of the record includes some b-sides and rarities and you can hear three of these tracks at the top of the show. We’re excited to air a track from Ed Kuepper’s latest side-project The Aints, as well as introducing listeners to folk artist Jennifer Holub from Sudbury, ON and the self-described ‘fallen gospel gutter folk’ of Nastiweather from East Vancouver.

Stranded podcast #246

May 2, 2015

* Featuring D.O.A *

Given it’s May Day today, it’s fitting to return to the music of D.O.A. Joe Keithley formed this politically aware and now long-running hard-core band in 1978. And as you will hear from the two tracks we play from their recent live album ‘Welcome To Chinatown’, the current version of the band is as blistering as ever. The years have also not diminished the power of Keithley’s progressive lyrical attack. Keep an ear out for more new music from D.O.A before the year is out.

And it’s New Zealand Music Month!  So we kick off the celebrations with two new tracks apiece from established Kiwi bands Scalper and Shihad, and introduce listeners to quality new AAA Records signing Radioglo.

Featured video: Scalper – ‘Lunatics’ [2015]

Stranded podcast #226

December 6, 2014

* Part two of an interview with First Nations activist Rose Henry *

Rose Henry was a guest on the show only a matter of weeks ago, but she was in town again so I was excited to have her pop into the studio for a catch-up.  Rose has just spent time at the the Burnaby Mountain protest against the highly controversial Kinder Morgan Pipeline and she fills us in today on what she observed and took part in on the mountain.

Featured video: Bloods – ‘Penelope’ [2014]

Stranded podcast #185

January 31, 2014

* Featuring singer-songwriter Zeb Pigott-Duggan LIVE in studio *

Believe it or not, The Boss himself,Bruce Springsteen, has recently recorded a cover of the 1986 classic by The Saints ‘Just Like Fire Would’!  It’s on his new album High Hopes.  I’m not sure what Bruce’s association with Chris Bailey is but it must be an intriguing series of events that led to this huge star paying homage to an Australian punk legend. Internet sources note Bailey may pocket $500,000 in royalties!

Zeb Pigott Duggan is our special studio guest this week.  He is playing a show at the Railway Club next Friday night along with David Roy Parsons and myself!  Zeb, who grew up playing traditional Irish music with his father,  time spent many years performing vocals and violin with Vancouver band The Next Hundred Years.   He speaks today of growing up in Vancouver in the 1980s, and performs three very emotionally-resonate tunes solo acoustic.  MG

Featured video:  Chris Bailey – ‘Just Like Fire Would’ (live) [2009]