Other Rock Show playlist – May 15th 2016

If you didn’t have enough with my podcast, here’s a bit of prog to hold you over until next Sunday.

The Other Rock Show

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Other Rock Show playlist, Sunday 15th May 2016 on Resonance 104.4 FM

This broadcast is dedicated to Keith Emerson.

Theme: PHANTOMSMASHER “Bishop Hopping” (Ipecac)

1: THINKING PLAGUE – “Malthusian Dances” (Cuneiform)
3: THUMPERMONKEY – “” (Believers Roast)
4: POINO – “Zil Konig” (Horse Arm)
6: GRAND BEACH – “” ()
7: GRAND ULENA – “Fyler”
9: YOWIE – “” ()
10: GUTBUCKET – “” (Cuneiform)
11: PHANTOMSMASHER – “Blackjack With Kraken” (Ipecac)

OUTRO: ELP – “” (excerpt)”


Žoambo Žoet Workestrao: zoambo.bandcamp.com/album/soap-for-sweatshops

Extra Life: extralife.bandcamp.com/album/secular-works

uKanDanz: ukandanz.bandcamp.com/album/awo

Cloud Becomes Your Hand: cloudbecomesyourhand.bandcamp.com/album/rest-in-fleas

Upsilon Acrux: cuneiformrecords.bandcamp.com/album/galapagos-momentum

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The Hip Priest Radio Program, Volume 1


 1. The Fall – Hip Priest

 2. Killing Joke – Money Is Not Our God

 3. Ahmed Malek – Tikjda

 4. Bubu – Resplandor

 5. Dino Saluzzi, Gidon Kremer, Andrei Pushkarev – Theme from Don Quixote Var. I

 6. Medeski, Martin & Wood – Nocturnal Transmission

 7. x.y.r. – Rescue Of Prisoners From Cannibals

 8. Ryuichi Sakamoto – Amore

 9. John Carpenter – Lost Themes – Obsidian

10. Mulatu Astatke – Yèkèrmo Sèw (A Man of Experience and Wisdom)

Mighty Spoiler – Social Calypsonians

When you have very cool instructors into great music, the chances are that he’ll be turning you on to some things you may have missed out on as you are doing in return. Brilliant reading here.

Excavated Shellac

Sagomes_SG159_DSG170BJW: I’m very happy to present another detailed and lively guest post this month. I’d like to introduce Pelle Holmgren of Sweden, a calypso admirer with a newly launched website, who reached out to me to suggest that he write something about material I had on the Sagomes label of Trinidad. Lo and behold, he really delivered. In his own words: “[I] fell in love with calypso after hearing Van Dyke Parks’ album “Discover America,” which begins with a few bars from an old calypso recording of Mighty Sparrow’s. Since that day I’ve immersed myself in calypso and its history. My dream is that all the fragile 78s and 45s, scattered among collectors all over the world, are reissued at some point in the not too far future.”

Theophilus Phillip was born March 23, 1926 in Princes Town, Trinidad, which was then under British colonial rule. He’s said to…

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