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BOTW on December 20th, 2012: Norton Jukebox of Wild Delights


Broadcast of the Week on Zorch Radio Episode 126
Airdate: Thursday, December 20th, 2012
Congratulations! Norton Jukebox of Wild Delights

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The Screamin’ Soul Preacher brings you the best of the best of his Norton record collection, encouraging you to support Norton after that evil windbag Sandy decided to decimate everything on the east coast. 99% of what he plays on this episode is a Norton record, and it sure as shit made me wish I had money to spend on records. Everything on this podcast you will not likely find in any record shop in this dimension, unless its on a piece of genuine fine pressed Norton wax.

Listen to this Broadcast of the Week here: http://garagepunk.ning.com/profiles/blogs/the-norton-jukebox-of-wild-delights

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Zorch Radio Episode 133: Smell the Beef

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Zorch Radio Episode 133: Smell the Beef
Airdate: Thursday, February 7th, 2013

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One of the finest attributes of broadcasting from Green River Community College is forming friendships and working relationships with the other DJs and show hosts of The All New KGRG FM. But sometimes such close quarters isn’t the best thing…

Before Zorch Radio, The All New KGRG FM‘s Puget Sound Underground plays four hours of hand picked local music from 3-7pm PST on Thursdays (you might remember their debut prior to Zorch Radio Episode 70?), but this week they left a little surprise for us. Walking into the station we were all hit with a wall of stink. Yep. Someone affiliated with The Puget Sound Underground ripped more-than-one in studio and left us to dwell in the funk. PUGET Sound Underground? More like PUTRID Sound Underground!

Before launching into a NEW episode of RadiOblivion, we asked for the input of The Invaders: WHAT DID THE MEMBER(S) OF PUGET UNDERGROUND EAT FOR LUNCH TO MAKE THIS STINK? Nobody was short on creativity tonight. We’re still bedazzled by this mystery, so if YOU have an idea, please let us know in a comment below.

To reward the best imagined source of Puget Sound’s gas-buffet, we gave away a pair of tickets to see rockabilly supergroup The Whammy! at El Corazon on Saturday February 23rd. Make sure to listen to future episode of Zorch Radio LIVE for your chance to win tickets to upcoming events.



Still need more Zorch Radio? Check out the Archive Page, all organized and easy to sort through. Check out our Events Page for figuring out how to spend your nights off . Follow Zorch Radio on Twitter and like us on Facebook. Don’t want to do anything because you think we’re terrible? Check out the Broadcast of the Week archive, highlighting other shows that are better than ours. More info is also on the contact page.

Playlist:

The Meteors – Disneyland – Anagram Records
The Meteors – Paranoid – People Like You Records
The Meteors – My Slaughtering Ways – People Like You Records
Memphis Morticians – Bury You Now, Dig You Later – Kaiser Records
Gravediggers – Hey Girl, Come See Me – Crypt Records
The Sting Rays – Escalators – Big Beat Records
The Meteors – Disneyland – Anagram Records
The Spectres – Comin’ Home – My Checkbook Records
Alley Dukes – Change My Way – Flying Saucer Records
Torment – Leap the Frog – Crazy Love Record
The Krewmen – Sweet Dreams – Lost Moments Records
Si Si Si – Kidnapped – Self Released
The Mummies – Justine – TelStar Records
The Mutilators – Punkabilly Princess – Self Released
Reverend Horton Heat – Five-O Ford – Sup Pop
Goddamn Gallows – A Sinner’s Song – GBC Records
Sasquatch and the Sick-A-Billys – Stormign the Gates – Analog Arkives
Hard Money Saints – Lighting Strikes – Revved Up Records
Hot Roddin’ Romeos – Wishin’ You Were Gone – Splatterhouse Wreckords
Slappin’ Suspenders – Duke’s Gonna Be Allright – Count Orlok Records
Les Sexareenos – Carolina, Yeah! – Sympathy for the Record Industry
Bomboras – Riot City – Dionysus Records
Los Gatos Locos – Cut You Into Pieces – Zodiac Killer Records
The No Tomorrow Boys – Hang On Baby – Teenage-Riot Records
The Brioles – Sinner’s Train – Revel Yell Music
The A-Bones – Betty Lou Got A New Tattoo –Exile Records
Artificial Limbs – Your Little Scene – MyFatAss Productions
The Nevermores – Shallow Grave – Tirc Records
The Cramps – Bop Pills – Righteous Records
Bevel Emboss – The Goat Mode – Rough Trade Records


BOTW on January 17th, 2013: The first episode of Vicious Visions


Broadcast of the Week on Zorch Radio Episode 130
Airdate: January 17th, 2013
Congratulations! The first episode of Vicious Visions

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This is the first installment of Vicious Visions, and its the “Best of 2012″ episode. Ryan and Ashley from the Cheap Thrills podcast run Vicious Visions, and they play a kind of lo-fi flavor of punk that I haven’t heard much of since Si! Si! Si! came up for a live performance and guest DJ set in Episode 106. Certainly a show to keep an eye (or more likely an ear) on, and I hope to hear more from Vicious Visions!

Listen to this Broadcast of the Week here: http://garagepunk.ning.com/profiles/blogs/vicious-visions-1

For more Broadcasts of the Week, check out our BOTW Archive.


Zorch Radio Episode 130: Making Money Tiffany Six Style

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Zorch Radio Episode 130: Making Money Tiffany Six Style
Airdate: Thursday, January 17th, 2013

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Describing tonight’s episode in one word? SIIIIIICK!! And not just the playlist… The KGRG studio had been infected by germy DeeJays. We spent the night cleaning the airwaves with paper towels, Lysol, and filthy records.

This evening, we reminisced with The Invaders about those desperate measures and the times that called for them. “WHAT IS THE DUMBEST THING YOU HAVE EVER DONE FOR MONEY?”

Middle school dares, ruined clothes, drinking legends, Elvis-tribute punk bands, the list goes on. But the best stories are the ones that haven’t been shared yet. Got a crazy story about setting yourself on fire or that stick of butter you ate for a handful of dimes? Leave a comment below and claim your bragging rights.

To cap off our night, we aired the latest episode of Gone Mental.

Still need more Zorch Radio? Check out the Archive Page, all organized and easy to sort through. Check out our Events Page for figuring out how to spend your nights off . Follow Zorch Radio on Twitter and like us on Facebook. Don’t want to do anything because you think we’re terrible? Check out the Broadcast of the Week archive, highlighting other shows that are better than ours. More info is also on the contact page.

Playlist:

The Meteors – I Ain’t Ready – Sanctuary Records
The Meteors – Insight – Big Beat Records
The Meteors – You’re Mine – Sonovabitch Records
Guanabatz – Down the Line – Cherry Red Records
King Kurt – Big Daddy – Stiff Records
Long Tall Texans – Suicide at the Seaside – Crazy Love Records
The Quakes – Go-Get Out – Orrexx Records
Frantic Flintstones – Let’s Go Somewhere (Rockin’) – Anagram Records
Wrecking Dead – Terrorist with a Guitar – Boss Beat Records
The Rocketz – All My Own – Self Released
Deadneks – Tattoo my Rotten Flesh – Sick Sick Sickobilly Records
The Slanderin’ – Serf Creep – Split 7 Records
Hard Money Saints – Straight to Hell – Self Released
The Spectres – Scratchin’ (at My Coffin Lid) – Crazy Love Records
Seasons of Nightmares – Silver Bullet – Flying Saucer Records
Los Gatos Locos – All Torn Up – Tombdisc
Nick Curran and the Lowlifes – The Lowlife – Eclectic Groove Records
Legendary Shack Shakers – Shakerag Holler – Bloodshot Records
The Goddamn Gallows – Sidewalk Slammer – Farmageddon Records
Psychonauts – 58 Fury – Self Released
Lonesome Kings – Hell’s What I’m Used to – Emerald City Sounds
Cosmic Voodoo – Buried Alive – Kaiser Records
Retrogretion – You Can’t Catch Me – Loft Records
Dragstrip Riot – Last Chance for Goodbye – Magnum Twin Records
Reverend Horton Heat – Generation Why – Interscope Records
The Monster Klub – Born to be Bad – NoCO Records
Mad Sin – Body Snatchers – Fury Records
Frenzy – Hall of Mirrors – Crazy Love Records
The Hyperjax – Madam Butterfly – Cherry Bomb Recordings
The Bomboras – Time Bomb – Dionysus Records
Phantom Surfers – Banzai Run – Rhino Records
Los Straightjackets – Squid – Yep Roc Records
Dave Meyers and the Surftones – Exotic – Sundazed Music


BOTW on January 31st, 2013: Young and Crazy Episode 4


Broadcast of the Week on Zorch Radio Episode 132
Airdate: January 31st, 2013
Congratulations! Young and Crazy Episode 4

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A half rockabilly/other podcast about teenage tragedy and heartbreak! What could be better? Its opened with that one song by the damned Jim Carroll Band that gets stuck in your head weeks after you heard it last. There is some Shangri-Las, Devo, the Ramones, and Del Shannon, because we all liked them when we were teens. Atleast…I do because I’m still 17. But that isn’t all! There is some kickin’ tracks from the Tranzmitors, Johnny Cymbal, and Untamed Youth.

Listen to this Broadcast of the Week here: http://garagepunk.ning.com/profiles/blogs/young-and-crazy-4

For more Broadcasts of the Week, check out our BOTW Archive.


Zorch Radio Episode 131: Eff Da Po Leace

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Zorch Radio Episode 131: Eff Da Po Leace
Airdate: Thursday, January 24th, 2013

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On tonight’s show we explored the reason why no one cares for law enforcement, and no Invaders were shy about sharing their stories. In exchange for these valuable thoughts, we were giving out a pair of tickets to Grindhouse Theater for a screening of Dario Argento’s ‘Deep Red.’ Kjersti also hosted a Trash-Tastic Minute recapping the film “Monster Brawl,” which can also be read at CineBlog, as well as her review of Deep Red.

But what about you? Leave a comment below telling us why YOU hate ‘da po’leece.

Still hungry for more Dario Argento? Check out our recap in Episode 111, or the Archive Page, all organized and easy to sort through. Check out our Events Page for figuring out how to spend your nights off . Follow Zorch Radio on Twitter and like us on Facebook. Don’t want to do anything because you think we’re terrible? Check out the Broadcast of the Week archive, highlighting other shows that are better than ours. More info is also on the contact page.

Playlist:

The Legendary Raw Deal – Hey Lil’ Baby – Cherry Red Records – Episode 131
The Meteors – Who Do You Love – Sonovabitch Records – Episode 131
The Meteors – I’m Going Home – Cherry Red Records – Episode 131
The Cramps – Bend Over, I’ll Drive – Restless Records – Episode 131
Memphis Morticians – Phantom Lover – Space Hearse Records – Episode 131
Season of Nightmares – Vigilante Murder Trail – Flying Saucer Records – Episode 131
Tabaltix – Rob the Bank – Crazy Love Records – Episode 131
Batmobile – Chasin’ – Count Orlok Records – Episode 131
The Sharks – The Blockhouse – Anagram Records – Episode 131
Johnny Love and Speed – Hot Damn – Love Wedge Recordings – Episode 131
Dicemen – Rockabilly Boogie – Lude Boy Records – Episode 131
The Swinos – Spinnin Outta Control – Music Abuse Records – Episode 131
Small Town Pimps – Mental Mama – Crazy Love Records – Episode 131
The Arkhams – She’s Got the Power – Self-Released – Episode 131
Blue Demon – I’m a Mess – Mimashima Records – Episode 131
Demented Are Go – Pervy in the Park – The Harry May Record Co. – Episode 131
Evil Devil – The Way of Damnation – Crazy Love Records – Episode 131
Spike – Build Up Your Devil – Thousands Records – Episode 131
Hystereo – Too Drunk to Drink – Crazy Love Records – Episode 131
Angie & The Car Wrecks – Creeper – Splatterhouse Wreckerds – Episode 131
Th’ Legendary Shake Shackers – Creek Cats – Yep Roc Records – Episode 131
Link Wray – Ace of Spades – Ace Records – Episode 131
Satan’s Pilgrims – Shit Sandwich – Musick Records – Episode 131
Bomboras – Monsoon – Dionysus Records – Episode 131
Captain Coma – Long Blond Hair – Kix 4 Records – Episode 131
Frantic Flinstones – Mean Mean Woman – Raucous Records – Episode 131
Mario Bradley – Love Cats – Fury Records – Episode 131
The Deltas – You Can’t Judge a Book – Raucous Records – Episode 131
Nekromantix – Mama Don’t Allow – Nervous Records – Episode 131
Bob Wayne – Mack – Self-Released – Episode 131
Load Levellers – No Guts… – Splatterhouse Wreckerds – Episode 131
Ninajmanz – C.C. Rider – Big Rumble Productions – Episode 131
Krewmen – Wild Dogs of Zorberon – Crazy Love Records – Episode 131
The Starlite Wranglers – Rumble – Crazy Love Records – Episode 131
Ricochets – Shell Shocked – Count Orlok Music – Episode 131
Wigsville Spliffs – Al Capone – Raucous Records – Episode 131
The Kryptos – Between Here and There – Self-Released – Episode 131
Three Blue Drops – Go! She-Devil – Teen Rebel Records – Episode 131
Dead Man – Silver Dollar – Self-Released – Episode 131
Gambler’s Mark – Another Potion – The Western Star Recording Company – Episode 131
Reverend Horton Heat – The Girl in Blue – Time Bomb Recordings – Episode 131
Taggy Tones – 501 – Raucous Recordings – Episode 131
The Milkshakes – Brand New Cadillac – Ace Records – Episode 131
The Swamp Rats – Psycho – Back From the Grave Records – Episode 131
The 5.6.7.8’s – Pinball Party – Rockville Records – Episode 131
The Verb – The Wrath of the Mercenary – Self-Released – Episode 131


BOTW on January 10th, 2013: Flying Saucer Rock ‘n’ Roll Episode 66


Broadcast of the Week on Zorch Radio Episode 129
Airdate: January 10th, 2013
Congratulations! Flying Saucer Rock ‘n’ Roll Episode 66

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Dan Electreau can put on a damn good show. He opens episode #66 with a track by the Nocturns that gets stuck a’rattlin’ around my dome for days. The rest of the podcast is lots of garage rock from the likes of Baby Huey and the Babysitters, Nederbietles, The Orbits, and he throws in a Blue Devil track for good measure.

Listen to this Broadcast of the Week here: http://garagepunk.ning.com/profiles/blogs/flying-saucer-rock-n-roll-66

For more Broadcasts of the Week, check out our BOTW Archive.


Zorch Radio Episode 132: Soup or Bowl?

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Zorch Radio Episode 132: Soup or Bowl?
Airdate: Thursday, January 31st, 2013

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The food’s prepared, the drinks are poured, the guests are invited – but why?? Being sheltered and obviously too cool for television, we kept hearing that some big To-Do is going down the first Sunday of February… but we still don’t know what. So we asked YOU if you knew.

Killing zombies, eating food, movie-watching, undisclosed acts with midget strippers, etc. Leave a comment below if you got something better going on this Sunday. Like church? Ha ha ha…

We also touched on the Occupy Cannes project – Troma‘s own Invasion of the hoity-toity high-falutin film festival in over in Switzerland or Beverly Hills or something. What’s wrong with those cinematic conglomerates, anyways? Maybe they’ll notice what makes a GOOD movie when it’s right in front of them, farting in their face…

But the icing on top of tonight’s cake was the biggest announcement yet: This coming May, Zorch Radio will be hosting the first annual ZORCH INVASION. Keep tuning in to Zorch Radio every week to learn more details about this upcoming show on May 24th…

Still need more Zorch Radio? Check out the Archive Page, all organized and easy to sort through. Check out our Events Page for figuring out how to spend your nights off . Follow Zorch Radio on Twitter and like us on Facebook. Don’t want to do anything because you think we’re terrible? Check out the Broadcast of the Week archive, highlighting other shows that are better than ours. More info is also on the contact page.

Playlist:

The Meteors – Breaking the Law – Headhunter Records
The Meteors – Sidewalk Psycho – Cherry Red Records
The Meteors – Psycho for Your Love – Cherry Red Records
Calavera – Winter – Doctor Acula Records
The Klingonz – My Little Sister’s Gotta Motor Bike – Fury Records
Lonesome Kings – Who’s Your Daddy – Kaiser Records
The Brains – More Brains – Flying Saucer Records
The Spectres – ’57 Deathtrip – Crazy Love Records
Graveyard Shift – Rest Without Peace – Dead Body Wreckerds
Demented Scumcats – Man of Constant Sorrow – Crazy Love Records
The Blue J’s – Shoot You Down – Raucous Records
Goddamn Gallows – Heaven – GBC Records
Th’ Legendary Shack Shakers – Easter Flesh – Yep Roc Records
Blue Demon – I Can’t Tame Wild Women – Self Released
Bamboula – Guilty Pleasures – Kaiser Records
The Hangmen – Little Men in Suits – Ripper Records
Spellbound – Just in Time – Stompin Ground Records
Reverend Horton Heat – Bullet – Sub Pop
The Griswalds – Bustin My Balls Boogie – Halb Records
Long Tall Texans – Sister – Anagram Records
The Quakes – Future Shock Rock – Orrexx Records
Nekromantix – Bats in my Pants – Hellcat Records
Madheads – Spring in the Bushes – Crazy Love Records
Kings of Nuthin’ – I Smell a Rat – Sailor’s Grave Records
Demented Are Go – Jet Tone Boogie – Cherry Red Records
Frantic Flintstones – Alley Cat King – Nervous Records
The Sharks – Hooker – Raucous Records
Mad Sin – Brainstorm – Maybe Crazy Records
The Daffys – Swine Flu – Rockin’ Psycho Records
Batmobile – Transylvanian Express – Kix 4 U Records
The Riff-Raffs! – Someday – Self Released
The Scallywags – Elephant Walk – Crazy Love Records
The Swampys – Bug Attack – MPR Musik
Mutilators – I Wanna Be Dead – Self Released
The Arrows – Commanche – Tower Records
Black ‘N’ White – Komandosi – Archive International Productions
The Fabulous Shockwaves – Charge of the Shockwaves – SOBT
Primate 5 – Goin’ to the Graveyard – Self Released
The Molting Vultures – Fire Engine – Psycho Dog Records
The Electric Mess – Don’t Take Your Bad Trip Out on Me – BMI
Thee Manipulators – Brass Tax – Neptoon Records
Mondo Topless – Take It Slow – Get Hip Recordings
Paint Fumes – Panic Attack – Slovenly Recordings
The Mummies – Tall Cool One – Estrus Records
The Sonics – Boss Hoss – Etiquette Records
Trashmen – Surfin’ Bird – Sound of Yesterday
The Monster – Blow Um Mau Mau – Voodoo Rhythm Records
The Wailers – Hang Up – Etiquette Records
Mojo Nixon – I like Marijuana – Needletime Records
The Gories – I Think I’ve Had It – Fan Club Records
Screaming Lord Sutch – All Black and Harry – Ace Records
Elokins – Elokin Bop – Elokin Donuts
KDV Deviators – Screams of the Insane – Drunkabilly Records


BOTW on January 24th, 2013: Vinyl Avenger w/ Rockabilly Love Cats


Broadcast of the Week on Zorch Radio Episode 131
Airdate: January 24th, 2013
Congratulations! Vinyl Avenger w/ Rockabilly Love Cats live in Studio

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Jacob here. Andy Asteroid was staying in The Gray Bar Motel this week, so we initially weren’t going to do a BOTW. As part of my weekly routine, after the show, I tuned into to the Vinyl Avenger’s show on KVMR while I’m saving my files, but this night’s episode caught my ears in a particular fashion. Olaf knows what’s up. This is for fans of 50′s-60′s bizarro rockers, lots of garage, instros, some psyche and rockabilly. Check out that killer Rumblers track half way into this episode or the live performance from Rockabilly Love Cats. KVMR on (most) Thursdays from 10pm-Midnight PST.

Listen to this Broadcast of the Week here: http://the-vinyl-avenger.blogspot.com/2013/01/new-wax-recent-scores-on-45-rpm-jan.html

For more Broadcasts of the Week, check out our BOTW Archive.


Zorch Radio Episode 124: Legal Marriage and Gay Weed

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Zorch Radio Episode 124: Legal Marriage and Gay Weed
Airdate: Thursday, December 6th, 2012

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This marked the first episode in Washington state where it was legal to get gay-married while wearin your red-eyed goofy-boots. Tonight also featured lots of talk about the following evening’s KGRG benefit gig and an extra saucy eppy-sode of RadiOblivion. But what we REALLY wanted to know was… What is YOUR vice?

Why are you shaking? Are you addicted or something? Still need more Zorch Radio? Check out the Archive Page, all organized and easy to sort through. Follow Zorch Radio on Twitter and like us on Facebook. More info is also on the contact page.

Playlist:

The Meteors – Attack of the Zorchmen – Cherry Red Records
The Meteors – Surfin’ on Planet Zorch – Cherry Red Records
The Meteors – Don’t Touch the Bang Bang Fruit – Anagram Records
Klingonz – H.O.M.O – Fury Records
Demented Are Go – Anal Wonderland – Crazy Love Records
Mutilators – Gay Love Song for Nick 13 – Self Released
Archie – Eat the Worm – Kix 4 U Records
Reverend Horton Heat – Marijuana – Sub Pop
Mojo Nixon – I Like Marijauna – Needletime
The Cramps – Primitive – A and M Records
The Trashmen – Bird 2 – Sound of Yesterday
Rapetiles – Three Months to Live – Rockin’ Psycho Records
The KDV Deviators – Dogbite – Drunkabily Records
The Sharks – Morphine Daze – Raucous Records
Goddamn Gallows – Smoke Satan – GBC Records
Bamboula – Chewing Gum and Ecstasy – Kaiser Records
Frantic Flintstones – Up Your Nose – Anagram Records
Supersuckers – Can Pipe – Mid-Fi Records
The Gories – Charm Bag – Fan Club Records
Hank III – Smoke and Wine – Bruc Records
Bob Wayne – Mack – Self Released
The Quakes – Wasted – Orrexx Records
The Riff-Raffs – Paranoia – Self Released
Primate 5 – Poprocks and Coke – Hubba Hubba Records
Tall Boys – Ride the Torpedo – Ace Records
Paint Fumes – Egyptian Records – Slovenly Records
The Apollos – Track 10 from their Demo – Self Released
The Brothers Gross – I Need to Feel Alright – Sexy Baby Records
Haunted George – Weeks In a Casket – In the Red Records
Les Thugs – Femme Fatale – Voxx Records
Weeds – It’s Your Time – BFD Records


BOTW on October 25th, 2012: Kicks From the Boot episode 37: They Came From the Planet Fuzz!


Broadcast of the Week on Zorch Radio Episode 119
Airdate: October 25th, 2012
Congratulations! Kicks From the Boot episode 37: They Came From the Planet Fuzz!

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Episode 119 featured the 37th edition of Kicks from the Boot, which was entitled “They Came from Planet Fuzz!” Its an entire hour of music dedicated to the invaders from other worlds; put on by a man that goes by Freddi from Italy. You’ll hear some 5.6.7.8s, the Dwarves, Man or Astro-man, and tons of other things to abduct and dissect barnyard animals to. The mind-controlling sounds of the organ will be heard a LOT, so be wary.

Listen to this Broadcast of the Week here: http://kicksfromthebootpodcast.blogspot.com/2012/10/youve-always-thought-they-were-just.html

For more Broadcasts of the Week, check out our BOTW Archive.


Zorch Radio Episode 129: Surftacular Spirit Animals

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Zorch Radio Episode 129: Surftacular Spirit Animals

Airdate: Thursday, January 10th, 2013


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This week we slowed things down, got in touch with our feelings and started touching each other. This week, aided by the most soothing sounds of trashy garage rock and psychobilly, we reached deep inside of our souls and released our inner furries.

Tonight we asked WHAT IS YOUR SPIRIT ANIMAL? We’ve got marsupials, fish, reptiles, we even caught a Surfin’ Bird!

The biggest focus on tonight’s show comes in the last hour. Last week, local INVADER Dane from Auburn wanted to hear a bunch of Surf Rock but sadly he asked on the night when we didn’t have any surf records in studio >GASP!<. But this week, did we deliver! On this week's menu – our entire last course is rippled in reverb-riptide-rampage!

Is there something you want to hear us play for you on the show next week? Leave a comment below and tell us what you’re dying to hear, and don’t forget to tell us about your spirit animal too. If the animals are compatible, then your request will be met.

Still need more Zorch Radio? Check out the Archive Page, all organized and easy to sort through. Follow Zorch Radio on Twitter and like us on Facebook. More info is also on the contact page.

Playlist:

The Meteors – Surf Mad Pig – Anagram Records
The Meteors – Bad Moon Rising – Nectar Records
The Meteors – You I Want – People Like You Records
The Meteors – If That’s the Way You Want It – People Like You Records
The Spectres – (I Can’t Be) Satisfied – My Checkbook Records
Memphis Morticians – Undertaker and His Pals – Kaiser Records
Mutilators – I Wanna Be Dead – Self Released
The Goddamn Gallows – Face the Day – GBC Records
Hard Money Saints – Suicide Shift – Revved Up Records
Batmobile – Magic Word Called Love – Nervous Records
The Living End – End of the World – Reprise Records
The Sting Rays – Surfin’ Bird – Big Beat Records
Sasquatch and the Sickabillys – Hellbound – Analog Arkives
Alley Dukes – Black Magic – Flying Saucer Records
The Farrel Brothers – The Baddest One Around – Stumble Records
Hot Roddin’ Romeos – Diamond Ring – Splatterhouse Wreckords
Reverend Horton Heat – Caliente – Deadbeat Records
S.G.V Psychobilly – Crocodile Loose at the Santa Fe Damn – Self Released
Torment – Death Trail – Crazy Love Records
Grims – Ride to Solitude – Self Released
The Krewmen – You’ve Got It – Lost Moments Records
Slappin’ Suspenders – Swad Clodhopper – Count Orlok Records
The Gravediggers – Black Cadillac – Crypt Records
Les Sexareenos – What You Gonna Do? – Sympathy for the Record Industry
The Mummies – She Lied – Tel-Star Records
The 5.6.7.8s – Handsome man – Au Go Go Records
Beckey Lee and the Drunkfoot – Lies – Voodoo Rhythm Records
Reverend Beat-Man – I Wanna Know – Voodoo Rhythm Records
The Nevermores – I’m Waiting – Tell Tale Tunes
The Cynics – Turn Me Loose – Get Hip Recordings
Dennis Most – There is a Mall – Self Released
The Deadbeat – Zombocalypse – Self Released
Bill Collectors – Never Satisfied – MyFatAss Productions
The Bomboras – War of the Satellites – Zombie A Go-Go Records
The Finks – The Nomad – Dionysus Records
Organ Grinder – Riot City – Dionysus Records
Satan’s Pilgrims – Scatter Shield – Estrus Records
Atomic Mosquitos – Mosquito Royale – Double Crown Records
Bevel Emboss – Rumba Nova – Rough Trade Records
The Magnetic 4 – Blow Out – Tear It Up Records
The Untamed Youth – Pabst Blue Ribbon – Teen-Rage Records
The Phantom Surfers – I Know It When I Hear it – Lookout! Records
The Razorblades – The Wake Up Call – 21st Century Surf Music
Blazers – Beaver Patrol – Stone Age Records
The Brimstones – Pitchfork – Interphobic Records
Gein and the Grave Robbers – The Hungry Grave – Necrotune Records
The Astroglides – Fanatic mule Ride – Sshaking Recordss
Stars of Bombay – The Sender – Self Released
The Mercury Four – Code Name Aurora – Self Released
The Splashdowns – Rhino Chaser – Self Released
The Ventures – Rap City – Dolton Records
Stafford and the Bentz Brothers – Geronimo – 48th Avenue Wrekards
Satan’s Pilgrims – Devil’s Punchbowl – Empty Records
Man or Astro-Man? – DNI – Touch and Go Records
Dave Myers and the Surftones – Surf Breaker – Del-Fi Records


BOTW on October 18th, 2012: Liquored Up and Lacquered Down Episode 243


Broadcast of the Week on Zorch Radio Episode 118
Airdate: October 18th, 2012
Congratulations! Liquored Up and Lacquered Down Episode 243

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Liquored Up and Lacquered Down Episode 243 was the BOTW for the week of October 18th, Episode 117. The hosts Wolfman Dan and the Rockabilly Rhino take you through a barrage of rockin’ music from their favorite rockabilly, psychobilly, punk, ska, and swing artists. Whats special about this episode is the interview with Kim Nekroman, talkin’ ’bout his tour through the motherland of kangaroos. You’ll here the stand-by Meteors tunes, the Brains, Mad Sin, Motorhead, and another 2 hours of rockin’ music interspersed with banter by real men with facial hair and funny accents.

Listen to this Broadcast of the Week here: http://www.luldradio.com/2012/10/liquored-up-lacquered-down-show-243_15.html

For more Broadcasts of the Week, check out our BOTW Archive.


Zorch Radio Episode 127: Worst of 2012

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Zorch Radio Episode 127: Worst of 2012

Airdate: Thursday, December 27th, 2012


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Tonight’s episode we said goodbye to 2012 by chatting about all the warm-fuzzy junk that happened to us this past year. We talked about the shows we’ve seen, people we’ve met, and the poops we’ve taken. We also invited YOU to share YOUR favorite memories of 2012, and they spanned from singing cops out of tickets to the new M3T3ORS album. If you missed your chance to spill your guts, or if you’re just slow in the head and haven’t thought of anything ’til now, then just leave a comment below sharing your memory.

Kjersti also did a recap of last week’s Grindhouse Theater screening of Silent Night Deadly Night put on in Tacoma’s Grand Cinema – next Grindhouse will be showing Dario Argento’s Deep Red and we will be giving away tickets to that show so make sure to tune in for your chance to win them.

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Playlist:

The Meteors – Straight Down to Hell – Knockout Records
The Meteors – Sometimes (The Infernal Chord) – Sonovabitch Records
The Meteors – Get Outta My Way Now – Cherry Red Records
The Arkhams – She’s Lost Control – Self Released
Blue Demon – She Got the Voodoo – Mimashima Records
Small Town Pimps – Honk My Horn – Crazy Love Records
Reverend Horton Heat – The Devil’s Chasing Me
Big John Bates – Murky Water – Self Released
Angie and the Carwrecks – Your Day Will Come – Splatterhouse Wrecords
Memphis Morticians – I Want Disease – Space Hearse Records
Demented Are Go – Holy Hack Jack – Harry May Record Company
Battle of Ninjamanz – I Love Serial Killer – Big Rumble Production
Guitar Wolf – Wild Zero – Narnack Records
The 5.6.7.8s – Ah-So! – Rockville Records
Hard Money Saints – Come Back Baby/Rounder – Splatterhouse Wreckords
Batmobile – Killers Crew – Count Orlok Records
James Hunnicutt and the Revolvers – Bustin’ Out – Self Released
Wigsville Spliffs – Born to Love One Woman – Raucous Records
Taggy Tones – 501 – Raucous Records
The Sharks – Moonstomp – Nervous Records
Three Blue Teardrops – Headin’ for a Disaster – Self Released
Link Wray – The Black Widow – Ace Recorsd
Deadbolt – Insecto – Cargo Records
T. Tex Edwards – If Looks Could Kill – Saustex Records
Blacktop – Hide and Go Seek Pt. 1 – In the Red Records
Milkshakes – Cadalina – Big Beat Records
Deadman – Silver Dollar – Self Released
A-Cads – Down the Road – NoSmoke Records
Mario Bradley – Cherokee Dance – Fury Records
Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band – Boom Chank – Family Owned Records
Hopeless Jack – Long Distance Blues – Self Released
Wages of Sin – Graveyard Blues – Self Released
Legendary Shack Shakers – Where’s the Devil …When You Need Him? – Yep Roc Records
Captain Coma – Night of Terror – Kix 4 U Records
Ricochets – Welcome to my Nightmare – Count Orlok Records
The Krewmen – Wild Dogs of Zorberon – Crazy Love Records
Frantic Flintstones – Jack Rabbit – Raucous Records
The Sharks – Scratchin’ My Way Out – Anagram Records
No Tomorrow Boys – Neanderthal for Your Love – Self Released
Load Levelers – Miss Molly – Splatterhouse Wreckords
Found Dead In Trunk – The Mortician – Dagger Records
The Swinos – MPH – Music Abuse
Dead Kennedys – Chemical Warfare – Cherry Red Records
Legendary Raw Deal – Tell Me – Raucous Records


BOTW on August 16th, 2012: South Bay P.O.R.K. Episode 19: Just for KIDS!

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Broadcast of the Week on Zorch Radio Episode 109
Airdate: August 16th, 2012
Congratulations! South Bay P.O.R.K. Episode 19: Just for KIDS!

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The first podcast in the brand spanking new segment on Zorch Radio is by a guy named Matt out of L.A. Episode 19 was featured , an “all kids episode”, with zany guest Parollee the Clown. Silly sing-along kids songs to prance around and learn to spell your name to is what the focus is; and I guarantee that you will learn something.

Listen to it here http://garagepunk.ning.com/profiles/blogs/south-bay-pork-podcast-19


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Zorch Radio Episode 128: Unga Bunga

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Zorch Radio Episode 128: Unga Bunga

Airdate: Thursday, January 3, 2013


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Tonight Zorch Radio stepped boldly into the future that is 2013 with wild abandon meaning we did absolutely nothing. But we did BLAST the best in Psychotronic rock n’ roll for all of you loyal invaders in the Puget Sound area and beyooooooond…….

Inbetween our resolution-making and record-spinning, we took the time to ask WHAT DID YOU DO ON NEW YEAR’S EVE? Some of us sat around watching trashy movies and eating chicken’N’waffles, while others got hitched, spent the night playing Crazy Cat Lady, or shamed their husbands with a bow and arrow. If you’ve got something that tops these charts, leave a comment below spoutin’ your stuff.

The show was rounded out with a rebroadcasted episode of RadiOblivion where Mr. Michael Kaiser enlightened us with the mythical teachings of Unga-Bunga.

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Playlist:

The Meteors- Mutant Rock – Anagram Records
The Meteors – Maniac – Anagram Records
The Meteors – These Evil Things – Headhunter Records
Calavera – Motin – Dracula Records
Lonesome Kings – Legendary Suffering – Kaiser Records
Sugar Puff Demons – Burn the Church – Anagram Records
The Spectres – Mad Machine – Crazy Love Records
The KDV Deviators – Behind the Glass – Drunkabilly Records
The Monsters – Whatcha Gonna Do – Voodoo Rhythm Records
Robin – King of Boogie – Flying Saucer Records
Klingonz – V.D Blues – Fury Records
The Quakes – Clone – Orrexx Records
Load Levelers – Whiskey Dick Mountain – Ain’t That’s a Rats Ass Records
Dragstrip Riot – Hell-bound and Happy – GO Kustom Records
The Griswalds – Psychobilly in Love – Halb Records
Tabaltix – Sex, Pugs, and Rock’n’Roll – Crazy Love Records
Es Fiev – Move Your Buds – Kix 4 U Records
Frantic Flintstones – Frantic Flintstones – Nervous Records
Riff Raffs – Macumba Love – Self Released
Thrillbillyz – Life’s a Gamble – Rockin’ Psycho Records
The Mutilators – I am the USA – Self Released
The Scallywags – I’m Back – Crazy Love Records
Bamboula – Thee Infected – Kaiser Records
Spellbound – Don’t Believe in Love – Self Released
The High Falutin’ Blue Demon – Who’s Sorry Now? – Self Released
Goddamn Gallows – Ghost of the Rails – GBC Records
The Cramps – Mean Machine – Medicine Label
The Molting Vultures – Drop In & Go – Psycho Dog Records
The Tall Boys – Final Kick – Big Beat
The Bug Nasties – Help Me – Flotation Records
Thee Manipulators – (Shake Your) Death Rattle
Ape City R&B – No. 1 Phantom Killer – MyFatAss Productions


BOTW on August 23rd, 2012: INTOXICA Radio w/ Howie Pyro and Special Guest Reverend Beat-Man


Broadcast of the Week on Zorch Radio Episode 110
Airdate: August 23rd, 2012
Congratulations! INTOXICA Radio w/ Howie Pyro and Special Guest Reverend Beat-Man

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The second week of BOTW is the April 10th, 2012 episode of INTOXICA Radio by the super rad Howie Pyro. What makes this episode special is the special guest Reverend Beat-Man! This episode is also overflowing with music you will most likely never hear again, and some that you will never understand. Foreign swing, trash, it’s all there and just waiting for the chance to blow your mind back to the planet from which you came! Howie broadcasts every Tuesday at 9 PM PST on luxuriamusic.com

Listen to this episode here http://jellsmayhemsgarage.podomatic.com/entry/index/2012-05-09T18_33_43-07_00

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Zorch Radio Episode 126: Mayan ApocalyNOT

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Zorch Radio Episode 126: Mayan ApocalyNOT

Airdate: Thursday, December 20th, 2012


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Tonight we bid fair well to the universe as we toasted the Mayan calendar and all its mythical glories. And in celebration of the pre-apocalyptic madness, we asked you listeners how you were going to spend your last day on earth. In exchange for your generous vocal donations, we gave away a pair of tickets to see Grindhouse Theater‘s 35mm screening of Silent Night Deadly Night at The Grand Cinema in Tacoma. While we heard from Charlie Sheen and 13-year-old Elijah, we’re still curious: How would YOU spend your last day on earth? Leave a comment below letting us know.

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Playlist:


The Meteors – Voodoo Rhythm – Big Beat Records
The Meteors – I’m Just a Dog – Cleopatra Records
The Meteors – Chainsaw Boogie – Sonovabitch Records
The Goddamn Gallows – The End of the World – Farmageddon Records
Those Legendary Shack Shakers – The Sheriff’s Ranch for Boys – Spinout Records
Demented Are Go – Crazy Horses – Cherry Red Records
Lonesome Kings – Hell’s What I’m Used To – Emerald City Sounds
Retrogretion – Where’s My Booze Gone – Loft Records
The Rocketz – Dead Shall Dance – Self Released
The Spectres – Top Fuel Armageddon – Crazy Love Records
Nick Curran and the Lowlifes – Flyin’ Blind – Electo Groove Records
Hard Money Saints – 3 Legged Dog – Self Released
Guanabatz – Lights Out – Cherry Red Records
Seasons of Nightmares – Sadistic Masochist – Flying Saucer Records
Nekromantix – Alice in Psycholand – Nervous Records
Los Gatos Locos – Psychobillyun Baptism – Tombdisc
Calavera – Rat’s Eye – Self Released
Cosmic Voodoo – Mind Dog – Kaiser Records
Frenzy – Torment – Crazy Love Records
Mad Sin – Eat Yourself (Survivor Type) – Fury Records
Tortured Souls – What the Hell – Red Five Records
Dragstrip Riot – A Country Song – Magnum Twins
Spike – Rock Generation – DIW on the Hill Records
The Falls – Left Hand Man – Twin Cities Rockabilly
The Ricochets – Hitman – Nervous Records
Reverend Beat Man – Blue Moon of Kentucky – Voodoo Rhythm Records
Thee Flying Dutchmen – Heart of Stone – SOBT
The Fe Fi Fo Fums – Electrofize Me – Boom Boom Records
The Zombie Four – Zombie – Boom Boom Records
The Mothballs – I Hate Your Guns – Car Hole Adult Party Records
The Statics – Rat City – Rip Off Records
The Bomboras – Slingshot – Dionysus Records
John Schooley and his One Man Band – Aberdeen Mississippi – Hook or Crook Records
The Phantom Surfers – Banzai Run – Rhino Records


BOTW on October 11th, 2012: Rock and Roll Rampage 138: Halloween


Broadcast of the Week on Zorch Radio Episode 117
Airdate: October 11th, 2012
Congratulations! Rock and Roll Rampage: Episode 138 Halloween

Nothin’ but the 50′s and 60′s in this Halloween special! Jam-packed with great grooves to twist to, while simultaneously scaring the bejebus out of small children listenng to the lyrics. Rock and Roll Rampage is out of Holland, so naturally, the host Bom Bom Lulu doesn’t speak a lick of English, unless you include the names of the songs being played. For a ghoulish 50′s sci-fi party, it’s perfect!

http://rocknrollrampage.blogspot.com/2011/10/rock-roll-rampage-183_18.html

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Zorch Radio Episode 125: Bah Humbug

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Zorch Radio Episode 125: Bah Humbug!

Airdate: Thursday, December 13th 2012


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Twas ye night of musical rocks of which overfloweth with Christmas cheer: WHAT WAS YOUR MOST MEMORABLE CHRISTMAS MOMENT? Tons of psychobilly and wild rock’n’roll, plus a boatload of great stories from all you Invaders about past holiday moments. Nasty ear-infections, underage drinking, maggots in rice krispy treats, wild mooses, acid trips, near-decapitations… You know. The usual holiday hoo-haw.

Didn’t get to share your memory? No worries, just leave a comment below going into detail. Bonus points if it’s fake.

Still need more Zorch Radio? Check out the Archive Page, all organized and easy to sort through. Follow Zorch Radio on Twitter and like us on Facebook. More info is also on the contact page.

Playlist:

The Meteors – 4lb Hammer – People Like You Records
The Meteors – Out of the Attic – Anagram Records
The Meteors – Michael Myers – Nectar Records
Tabaltix – Don’t believe in Christmas – Cleopatra Records
The Curs – I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus – Cleopatra Records
Frantic Flintstones – Santa bring My Baby Back to Me – Link Records
Reverend Horton Heat – Santa Looked A Lot Like Daddy – ep Roc Records
Torment – Psyclops Carnival – Crazy Love Records
GuanaBatz – King Rat – Cherry Red Records
Slapping Suspenders – Terminator – Count Orlok Records
Deltas – Temperature – Nervous Records
The Spectres – Hot Rod to Hell – My Checkbook Records
Hard Money Saints – Leavin’ Man – Revved Up Records
Hot Roddin’ Romeos – Wishin’ You Were Gone – Self Released
The Starlite Wranglers – Midnight Train – Crazy Love Records
Dicemen – Devil Woman – Lude Boy Records
Johnny Love and Speed – Drink, Drink, Drink – Love Wedge Records
Koffin Kats – For Hire – Hairball 8 Records
Nekromantix – Rockin’ Reptile – Nervous Records
Deadneks – Toolox Murder – Sick Sick Sickobilly Records
Godless Wicked Creeps – Too Drunk to Drink – Crazy Love Records
Los Gatos Locos – Juvenile Delinquent – Spindrift Records
Three Blue Teardrops – Cadillac Jack – Teen Rebel Records
Alley Dukes – Slippin’ and Slidin’ (In You) – Flying Saucer Records
Brioles – Jungle Jamboree – Rebel Yell Music
Gambers Mark – Hollywood Nites – Western Star Records
Jimmy Wages – Miss Pearl – Rhino Records
The Sharks – Mean Mister Shark – Raucous Records
Jackie Morningstar – Rockin’ in the Graveyard – Rhino Records
Colbert Hamilton & the Nitros – 99 Girls – Nervous Records
Billy Wayne and the Creepers – Waited Too Long – Pfiefle Music
Dragstrip Riot – Broke for Christmas – Self Released
The Cramps – Uranium Rock – A&M Records
Les Sexareenos – Sorry – Sympathy for the Record Industry
Satan’s Pilgrims – Scatter Shield – Estrus Records
Los Straightjackets –Kawanga – Yep Roc Records
Man or Astro-Man? – Television Fission – Touch and Go Records
La Barbwires – La Caja del Muerto – Double Crown Records
The Razorblades – Headshaker – General Schallplatten
Gein and the Grave Robbers – Black Sunday – Necro-Tone Records
Dave Myers and the Surf Tones – Road to Rincon – Del-Fi Records
Organ Grinder – Lord Hunt Surf Party – Dionysus Records
Mercury Four – El Gravitron – Self Released
The Beechwoods – Jackpot! – Double Crown Records
John Schooley and His One Man Band – Cantrell Creek Breakdown – Voodoo Rhythm Records
Mama Rosin with Hipbone Slim & the Kneetremblers – The Cat Never Sleeps – Voodoo Rhythm Records
Goddamn Gallows – Raise the Moon – Farmageddon Records
.357 String Band – Fire and Hail – Pistols Beat Aces
Bob Wayne – Home – Self Released
The Shivering Denizens – Good Times at the Gates of Hell – Self Released
Brent Amaker and the Rodeo – Doomed – Spark and Shine
James Hunnicutt – A Lonely Road – Self Released


Zorch Radio Episode 111: Trash-Tastic Parrot Vocalists



Zorch Radio Episode 111: Trash-Tastic Parrot Vocalists

Airdate: Thursday, August 30th, 2012


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All sorts of fancy folks calling in this night! Might have something to do with KGRG broadcasting in high definition, or the caviar, but I’m kind of surprised the large amount of TRASH didn’t deter them. This night, Kjersti talked about her regular write ups on CineBlog, recapped the previous week’s Grindhouse Theater of Dario Argento’s DEMONS, and did a Trash-Tastic Minute of Eaten Alive. There’s all sorts of different flicks she reviews at CineBlog, but her Trash-Tastic Thursday page is my personal favorite. A more detailed review of Dario Argento’s DEMONS is on there, as well as a description of her Grindhouse Theater experience. For those of you that missed out, keep yer ears peeled as we’ll be giving away tickets to future Grindhouse Theater showings. They are a BLAST!



Also in this episode, I managed to find the Ape City R&B record that Dillon of Si Si Si brought up for his guest DJ session back in Episode 106, so I gave it a good blasting. We also got another request for Thee Tiger Armies, and, if any of you remember Episode 69, there was a request then, too. I try not to play them as KGRG has ‘em in regular rotation, so I usually pick an obscure track that may or may not have featured Mick 14, such as a metal band which featured a parrot on vocals… Somewhere in the mix, too, we played my favorite cover of Eddie and Showmen’s “SquadCar” done by former Seattle surf band The ‘Verb. Rumor has it that this uncredited track that was the result of the band sent wrong disc to mastering company. Definitely not something you get to hear everyday or in any other surf podcast!

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Playlist:

The Meteors – Bertha Lou – Sonovabitch Records – Ep. 111
The Meteors – Meat is Meat – Anagram Records – Ep. 111
The Meteors – Papa Jupe – People Like You Records – Ep. 111
The Reverend Horton Heat – Love Whip – Sub Pop Records – Ep. 111
The Brioles – Los Dos – Revel Yell Music – Ep. 111
The Rocketz – Bob The Zombies – Self-Released – Ep. 111
Hyperjax – Beggars Belief – Cherry Bomb Records – Ep. 111
The Klingonz – Psycho Mansion – Fury Records – Ep. 111
The Sharks – I Can’t Stop – Nervous Records – Ep. 111
The Blackrats – Monster Island – Self-Released – Ep. 111
Hard Money Saints – The Bastard – Self-Released – Ep. 111
Hard Money Saints – Forty Car Freight Train – Self-Released – Ep. 111
The Dicemen – Devil Woman – Lude Boy Record – Ep. 111
Los Gatos Locos – Psychobill Yun Baptism – Tomb Records – Ep. 111
Lonesome Kings – Watchin’ You – Kaiser Records – Ep. 111
Bloodshot Bill – Monsters Everywhere – Stumble Records – Ep. 111
Hasil Adkins – Punchy Wunchy Wickey Wackey Woo – Norton Records – Ep. 111
Mario Bradley – Love Cats – Fury Records – Ep. 111
Dead Man – Shakin All Over – Self-Released – Ep. 111
The 5.6.7.8’s – Handsome Man – Au Go Go Records – Ep. 111
Deadbolt – Down in the Lab – Cargo Records – Ep. 111
Macy Skipper – Bop Pills – Righteous Records – Ep. 111
String Kings – Bloodshot – Norton Records – Ep. 111
Hatebeak – Metal Interlude #0 – Reptilian Records – Ep. 111
Dave Myers & The Surftones – Road to Rincon – Del-Fi Records – Ep. 111
Ape City R&B – Wot I Say – La-Tida Records – Ep. 111
The Fe Fi Fo Fums – At the Funhouse – My Fat Ass Productions – Ep. 111
Artificial Limbs – Your Little Scene – My Fat Ass Productions – Ep. 111
The Elektraws – Lost in a Time Vortex – Anagram Records – Ep. 111
The Riff-Raffs – Macumba Love – Self-Released – Ep. 111
The Grims – Ride to Solitude – Self-Released – Ep. 111
Tabaltix – My Woman is a Leach – Red Five Records – Ep. 111
Sasquatch and The Sick-A-Billys – Apocalyptic Lipped – Analog Arkives – Ep. 111
Calavera – Rat’s Eye – Self-Released – Ep. 111
The Psychonauts – 58 Fury – Self-Released – Ep. 111
Paint Fumes – Waste of Time – Self-Released – Ep. 111
Bonsai Kitten – Welcome to My World – Wolverine Records – Ep. 111
Angie & The Car Wrecks – Hellriders – Self-Released – Ep. 111
The Load Levelers – You’re a Baby – Rat’s Ass Records – Ep. 111
Sugar Puff Demons – Family in a Suitcase – Anagram Records – Ep. 111
Spike – Rockin’ Undertaker – Big Rumble Productions – Ep. 111
Chibuku – Thrown Brains – GEMA Records – Ep. 111
The Tomorrowmen – Phistful of Photons – Double Crown Records – Ep. 111
The Barbwires – La Caja del Muerto – Double Crown Records – Ep. 111
The Verb – Squad Car – Self-Released – Ep. 111
Gein & he Graverobbers – Nine Day Fall – Necro-Tone Records – Ep. 111
Link Wray – Law of the Jungle – Ace Records – Ep. 111
Bob Vaught & The Renegades – Steel Pier – Sundazed Records – Ep. 111
The New Dimensions – Wild Wave – Sutton Records – Ep. 111
Javalins – Javalins Rock – Achrive Int’l Productions – Ep. 111
The Astronauts – Hot Doggin’ – RCA Victor Records – Ep. 111
The Phantom Surfers – 20,000 Leagues Under the Surf – Norton Records – Ep. 111
The Meteors – Bad Moon Rising – Mad Pig Records – Ep. 111
The Meteors – Maybe Tomorrow – Anagram Records – Ep. 111
The Meteors – These Evil Things – People Like You Records – Ep. 111


BOTW on September 27th, 2012: Shout Bamalama! Episode 9: Don’t Ask…


Broadcast of the Week on Zorch Radio Episode 115
Airdate: September 27th, 2012
Congratulations! Shout Bamalama! Episode 9: Don’t Ask…
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SHOUT BAMALAMA NUMBA 9 is the winner of this weeks BOTW. Filled with plenty of rhymes and things I will likely never hear again, by popular demand Count Brockula brought back his wonderful little podcast. AND he made sure he stuffed it full of rarities that he probably found. wiped the grime and banana peels off, and threw on the turntables. Like an R&R time machine, as soon as you turn it on it’s takes you back to pre-1950s before you are slowly brought back to the present with the rest of that hour.


http://garagepunk.ning.com/profiles/blogs/shout-bamalama-episode-9-don-t-ask-8-s-gone-bye-bye-so-deal-with

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Zorch Radio Episode 115: Grindhouse Gore Shores

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Zorch Radio Episode 115: Grindhouse Gore Shores

Airdate: Thursday, September 27th, 2012


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JAM-PACKED! TO THE GILLS! ACT NOW!

Episode 115 came chock full of wild psychobilly and trashy garage punk! Featuring interviews with punk rock comedian Ryan Shores, the guru of Grindhouse Theater Justin Giallo, and Johnny Rocket of The Hot Roddin’ Romeos. This Saturday, (TOMORROW Sept 29TH) The Tacoma Zombie Festerval and Preparedness Expo takes over Pierce County with a live set from The Hot Roddin’ Romeos, a 35mm screening of Return of the Living Dead later on at Tacoma’s Grand Cinema, give-aways, movies, fake blood, and everything else you’ve ever needed your boomsticks for. Congratulations to Aaron on scoring a set of FREE tickets to Saturday’s late night screening! The festival starts in the day time near Tacoma Dome, so set yer alarms fer putting on all yer make ups.

Those of you who are lookin for a laugh more than gettin’ spooked: You can watch a few of Ryan’s videos or pick up his paperback.

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Playlist:

The Meteors – Give the Devil His Due – Anagram Records
The Meteors – Deep Dark Jungle – Anagram Records
The Meteors – I Go to Bed (With the Undead) – Anagram Records
The Quakes – Mexicali Baby – Orrexx Records
Seasons of Nightmares – VHS – Self Released
Lonesome Kings – Ridin’ Shotgun – Emerald City Sounds
Evil Devil – No Roof Over My Head – Crazy Love Records
Graveyard Shift – The End of the World – Dead Body Wreckords
The Slanderin – Curse of the Werewolf – Split 7 Records
Demented Are GO – Pervy in the Park – Cherry Red Records
Link 13 – Joy Ride – Jasroc Records
Big John Bates – Murky Water – Faulter Music
Angie and the Carwrecks – Moonshine – Shadowland Records
Frantic Flintstones – You Don’t Love Me Anymore – Anagram Records
Alley Dukes – No More Hotdogs – Flying Saucer Records
Flapjacks – 6th Street – Tim Kerr Records
The Radium Cats – Pink Hearse – Raucous Records
Bobby Lewis – I’m Nervous – University of Vice Records
Tommy Blake – Lordy Hoody – Rhino Records
Three Blue Teardrops – Cadillac Jack – Teen Rebel Records
Dicemen – Rockabilly Boogie – Lude Boy Records
Commander Cody & his Lost Planet Airmen – Smoke Smoke Smoke (That Cigarette) – MCA Records
Ray Campi – Pinball Millionare – Rollin’ Rock Records
James Hunnicutt – Don’t Look back – Self Released
The Bananamen – Psychotic Reaction – Anagram Records
Bazooka – Monkey Town – Slovenly Records
Found Dead in Trunk – The Mortician – 75 Records
The Monsters – Whatcha Gonna Do – Voodoo Rhythm Records
New Bomb Turks – Professional Gangster – Epitaph Records
Dennis Most – There Is a Mall – Self Released
Dragstrip Riot – Knife in the Back – Magnum Twin Records
The Falls – Left Hand Man – Audpop
Misfits – Some Kinda Hate – Caroline
The Swinos – Deadsville – Music Abuse
John Schooley and his One Man Band – Miss Maybelle
Delaney Davidson – Lackies Men – Voodoo Rhythm Records
Load Levelers – Shut Yer Yap – Ain’t That A Rats Ass Records
Juke Joint Pimps – Dust My Broom – Voodoo Rhythm Records
Legendary Shack Shakers – Sugar Baby – Colonol Knowledge Records
The Hangmen – Teenage Suicide – Ripper Records
Los Gatos Locos – God Ain’t Listening – Tombdisc
Mad Sin – Meatrain at Midnight – Crazy Love Records
Monster Klub – Boris, Bela, and I – NoCo Records
The Spectres – They Won’t Stay Dead – Crazy Love Records
The Meteors – Another Half Hour Till Sunrise – Big Beat
Hot Roddin’ Romeos – Rockin’ Space Cadet – Self Released
Spike – Rock Generation part ll – DIW On the Hill Records
Slappin’ Suspenders – Bloodsucking Freaks – Count Orlok Records
Chernobillies – Lets Go Somewhere – Red Five Records
Bamboula – Cannibal – Kaiser Records


BOTW on September 20th, 2012: House of Wild Delights Episode 27


Broadcast of the Week on Zorch Radio Episode 114
Airdate: September 20th, 2012
Congratulations! House of Wild Delights Episode 27



Snoopin’ around the garagepunk hideout, I stumbled upon this wild man, The Screamin’ Soul Preacher. He refuses to say where he podcasts from, but that really isn’t important. What is important is the eclectic mix of balls-to-the-walls awesome that he hucks through your speakers and splatters all over your brain matter. After this sermon from the Preacher, I don’t think I will ever again try and listen to that audio sin everyone calls “today’s radio.” Episode #27 of the House of Wild Delights is the newest of his podcasts, and the first one I listened to. It will have a special place in my chest cavity; at least until the new one comes out.

http://garagepunk.ning.com/profiles/blogs/the-house-of-wild-delights-27?xg_source=activity


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