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66 2nd Review: Quaranteds – “Get Sum!”


Quick review of the album “Get Sum!” by The Quaranteds. 2013 independent release.

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66 2nd Review: Psyclocks – “Psyclock Shock!!”


Quick review of The Psyclocks long-player “Psyclock Shock!!” Originally released on CD in 2011 on Bad Nice Records, then re-pressed in 2014 on vinyl under Rude Runner Records.

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Zorch Radio Episode 211: New RPR Merch???

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Zorch Radio Episode 211: Alternate RPR Alternatives

Airdate: Thursday, October 16th, 2014

The Thursdays on Real Punk Radio is the home for thee finest in psychobilly broadcasting! In honor of the killer new Record Tote Bags that Real Punk Radio recently released, we were throwing around some ideas… What should the next piece of RPR merch be?

Some great ideas were thrown around during the program, some serious, some much more on the light hearted side. Serg mentioned that he wanted to see so physical copies of the free-to-download Killing the Music Industry comps while King Bubba Truck says that he needs some RPR baseball caps. Other ideas included RPR pogs, RPR ugg boots, and even oversized acryllic necklaces a la Flavor Flav. Please let us know your ideas in the comments below.

If you’re looking for gigs to attend in the Puget Sound area, then check out our Events Page for figuring out how to spend your nights off, or stop by the Donate page to support the program. We’re on that social media stuff, too, so follow Zorch Radio on Twitter or send records to our mailbox listed on the contact page.

If you like the music we play, then support the artists and our scene by purchasing their music. The albums in the playlist below are hyperlinked to where you can buy it. If you’re in a band listed below and know of a better place for people to buy your music, please contact us with the link so we can update our database.

Let us know in a comment what should be the next RPR merch item. Cheers!

Playlist:
Band — Song — Album — Label

Meteors — In The Cards — In HeavenCherry Red
Meteors — Mutant Rock — Mutant Rock” 7″ — WXYZ
Meteors — The Phantom Rider — Hymns for the HellboundPeople Like You
Hard Money Saints — Hot Rod Trsh — Hot Rod Trash — Self Release
Bloodshot Bill — Don’t Bug Me Baby — The Lonesome Road — Norton
Alley Dukes — Shave That Poodle — Go Back To College — Flying Saucer
Reverend Horton Heat — Nuture My Pig — The Full Custom Gospel Sound Of — Sub Pop
Cyclone — Bates Motel — The First Of The Cyclone Men — Crazy Love
Skitzo — The Glove — The Glove — Fury
Surfin’ Wombatz — Peter Cushing — Dr. Sathan’s House of TerrorSalamander Records
Brain Bats — Bats In The Belfry — The Curse Of The Brain Bats — Cyclone
Spellbound — Joe — Psycho Attack Over Europe — Kix 4 U
Frogs — Senile Dementia — Razmataz RecordsRazmataz Records
Scallywags — Elephant Walk — 3 of a KindCrazy Love
Diamond Rakes — Demon Party — A Tribute To Batmobile — Downer
Rapids — Scratch Chicken Scratch — Hell’s Bent On Rockin — Nervous
Mad Sin — Shake The Thing — Chills and Thrills in a Drama of Mad Sins and Mystery — Maybe Crazy
Krewmen — Sweet Dreams — Sweet DreamsLost Moment
Go Katz — Fine Thing Baby — Real Gone Katz — Raucous Records
Dave Myers And The Surf Tones — Road To Rincon — Hanging Twenty — Del Fi
Satan’s Pilgrims — Custom Shop — Duelin’ Jags — Blood Red
Surf Stompers — Surfer’s Pajama Party — The Original Surfer Stomp — Del Fi
Surf Stompers — Kansas City — The Original Surfer Stomp — Del Fi
Mach Kung-Fu! — Mega Cycle — Bugged! — Time Bomb
Impacts — Steel Pier — Wipe Out — Del Fi
De-Fenders — Little Deuce Coupe — Drag Beat — Del Fi
Deuce Coupes — Satin’s Chariot — Hotrodders’ Choice — Del Fi
Sir Bald Diddley — Beachcombover — Get Ahead Get A Fez! — Alopecia!
Finks — Hang On — Fill ‘Er Up And Go! — Dionysus
Coffin Daggers — Borgo Pass — Brave New SurfDouble Crown
Bomboras — Lord Hunt Surf Party — Organ Grinder — Dionysus
Bomboras — Last Call — Organ Grinder — Dionysus
Thee Cormans — Ape Rape — Halloween Record — In The Red
Davie Allan & The Arrows — The Ghost Story — Devil’s Rumble — Sundazed
Krontjong Devils — Moovin — Moovin With The Krontjong Devils — Kogar
Wages of Sin — Ball Lightning — Queensbury Rules — My Checkbook Records
John Schooley and His One Man Band — Wildcat Tamer — One Man Against The World — Voodoo Rhythm
Caravans — Sunset Blues — Straightside — Crazy Love
Madheads — Electricity — Naked Flame — Crazy Love
Guanabatz — No Matter How — Electra Glide In Blue — Cherry Red
Demented Are Go — Blood Beach — Daddy’s Making Monsters — Crazy Love
Los Straitjackets — Snappy — The Further Adventures Of Los Straitjackets — Yep Roc
Lonesome Kings — Who’s Your Daddy — Legendary Suffering — Kaiser Records
Calavera — Leviathan — Celebrate The Living — Dr Acula
Kings Of Nuthin’ — Only Time — Over the Counter Culture — Sailor’s Grave
Dead Bundy and the Neat Neat Neats — Pretty Boy Billy — Train To Paradise — Self Release
Goddamn Gallows — Ghost Of Th’ Rails — Ghost of Th’ Rails — Self Release
Bamboula — Cannibal — Guilty PleasuresKaiser Records
Raymen — I’m A Hillbilly Werewolf — Going Down To Death Valley — Rebel Rec.
Klingonz — V.D. Blues — The Best Of Klingonz — Fury
Three Blue Teardrops — Cadillac Jack — Poised In Hate — Teen Rebel
Frantic Flintstones — Shake-A-Bone Capone — Too Sweet To Die — Cherry Red
Legendary Shack Shakers — South Electric Eyes — PandeliriumYep Roc
Nick Curran — The Low Life — Reform School Girl — Electro Groove
Ape City R&B — Firestarter — U-60873M — La-Ti-Da

66 2nd Review: Hard Money Saints – “Hot Rod Trash”


Quick review of Hard Money Saints’ “Hot Rod Trash” album. 2011 release on Splatterhouse Wreckords.

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66 2nd Review: Surfin’ Wombatz – “Dr. Sathan’s House of Terror”


Quick review of the album “Dr. Sathan’s House of Terror” by The Surfin’ Wombatz. 2014 release on Salamander Records.

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66 2nd Review: Wages of Sin – “Queensbury Rules”


Quick review of The Wages of Sin’s “Queensbury Rules” album. 2014 release on My Checkbook Records.

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INVASION Recap & Update

Mike

Photo by Nicole Pike

Wow! Last night was a blast!

HUGE thank you to Slims Last Chance Saloon for housing the 2nd Annual Zorch Invasion. Celeste, Jim, Travis and the rest of the crew confirmed that yes, Slim’s is still my favorite venue in Seattle by a long shot. Curse of the Black Tongue’s temporary addition of Steve Lykken (Bottlenose Koffins) went absolutely perfect, and their set even included a Black-Toungued version of Grandma’s best back seat bop: Love Potion No. 9! In addition, I heard rumors that they will be recording some new material soon. Following Curse of the Black Tongue, The Load Levelers killed it! I honestly cannot think of a more fitting band for a venue like Slim’s. Always a great stage presence, perfect songs for drunk crowd vocals, blitzed-out twangified rock and roll; Load Levelers always kick ass and never let down expectations. They play again on Thursday the 16th at the Highline to benefit Allen Tompkins of Spiderface, who recently lost his home in a fire

After the Load Levelers, a bunch of shouting cops busted down the doors! Everybody went scrambling, but before you could ask if you were being detained, they… took the stage??? A familiar intro track was laid out by these policemen and we knew “No, these guys are one of us.” With batons and badges, Graveyard Shift welcomed Slim’s to the neighborhood and settled in with a more-than-complete set. Tables were pushed out of the way for wild wrecking pit as Graveyard Shift played every single one of their songs, and then some! Covers included Los Gatos Locos “Orgy of Blood and Guts,” Dead Kennedys “Police Truck,” The Cramps “Human Fly,” and an additional Cramps cover of “TV Set” which featured Doc of The Dead Vampires on vocals. Graveyard Shift finished their set with the crowd demanding an encore, to which they replied “We played all of our songs… so which one do you want to hear again?” It was everything you could have asked for and then some.

If you need a little more, or couldn’t make it to the gig, then make sure to pre-order your wax version of Graveyard Shift’s full length album “Rest Without Peace.”

These types of shows don’t happen without the amazing support from the PNW psychobilly scene. Big thanks to all of the familiar faces in the crowd and especially those that brought unfamiliar faces. Cheers to Jimmy The Superbeast for the amazing poster, Real Punk Radio for the presentation and promotional channels, all the bands on the bill for your craft (there would be no gig without the bands!) and cheers those that Invaded Slim’s (sorry if I missed you or didn’t get to say hi): Shane, Trevor, Tiffany, Nicole, Jason, Kristof, Sara, Justin, Matt, Yasuo, Pam, Andy, Brian, Jerry and everybody else who came and brought friends. High attendance at these types of gigs is what lets us put more of them on in the future. Thanks to those who resisted the temptation of staying home for Seinfeld reruns and left over Digiorno.

Unfortunately, due to display of popular interest, last night’s gig will be our last Annual Zorch Invasion.

Because we are scrapping the “Annual” and going to do these twice a year! Mark you calendars for Friday, April 17th 2015 at Slim’s! See you there, Invaders!

-Djake Noose

P.S. If you took pictures or video of the show last night, please post comment below with a link to share.

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