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Podcast #374

June 15, 2019

Featuring Rocket Science, CASA X, Biawanna and more

Black Mountain – ‘Modern Music’ [CA]
Black Mountain – ‘Tyrants’ [CA]
Black Mountain – ‘Future Shade’ [CA]
Amyl And the Sniffers – ‘Got You’ [AU]
Rocket Science – ‘Chasing Raindows’ [AU]
CASA X – ‘Lighting Fires’ [AU]
Co-Op – ‘Second View’ [CA]
Sightlines – ‘We Don’t Have To Be Friends Forever’ [CA]
Energy Slime – ‘It’s Cold’ [CA]
Biawanna – ‘Care’ [CA]
Emma Lee Toyoda – ‘Hope It (Really) Sucked’ [CA]
shitlord fuckerman – ‘Theme from ‘House Man’ [CA]

Long-running Vancouver-based psychedelic rock band Black Mountain have lost a few founding members recently, but Steve McBean, now based in Los Angeles, is continuing the band in three-piece form. He has just released the latest Black Mountain album called Destroyer. We air a single from this record after a track-a-piece from the band’s first two records. You can hear the come-back single from Aussie rockers Rocket Science and more of the bands that played Music Waste 2019 in Vancouver.

Podcast #334

April 28, 2018

Featuring Flowertruck, Jeremy Dutcher, Kellarissa and more!

Tumbleweed – ‘Stoned’ [AU]
Tumbleweed – ‘Sundial’ [AU]
Tumbleweed – ‘Mr Pharmacist’ [AU]
Scalper – ‘Want’ [NZ]
Flowertruck – ‘Dying To Hear’ [AU]
Primitive Motion – ‘Feed The Signals’ [AU]
Jeremy Dutcher – ‘Mehcinut’ [CA]
Trent Agecoutay – ‘Kokum’s Stories’ [CA]
Mariel Buckley – ‘Rose Coloured Frames’ [CA]
Oh Susanna – ‘Thunderbird’ [CA]
Dennis Ellsworth – ‘The Bottom’ [CA]
Kellarissa – ‘Ocean Electric’ [CA]
shitlordfuckerman – ‘Cicadabanana’ [CA]

It’s fitting to re-visit some tracks from Wollongong-based stoner legends Tumbleweed given the recent 420 celebration here in North America! We feature some country music this week with new tracks from Trent Agecoutay and Mariel Buckley, both of Alberta. Also this week we introduce listeners to Jeremy Dutcher who’s innovative debut album ‘Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa’ includes traditional songs from Wolastoq First Nation communities that were recorded over 100 years ago and preserved on wax cylinders.