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BOTW on February 28th, 2013: Southbay Pork #21: Animals, Creatures and Things


Broadcast of the Week on Zorch Radio Episode 136
Airdate: Thursday February 28th, 2013
Congratulations! Southbay Pork #21: Animals, Creatures and Things

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Rootin’ around and combin’ through the garage punk archives, I rediscovered a dandy ol’ show called Southbay Pork. Episode 21 was an attempt to explain the hiatus. Apparently, he was kidnapped and dropped in the woods, and spent the year living with the Bigfeet and couldn’t escape. He plays lots of music about the primate species, and ends it with music to celebrate his triumphant return home. Towards the end, he starts playin’ some weird stuff, but that makes it all the more fun.

Listen to this Broadcast of the Week here: http://garagepunk.ning.com/profiles/blogs/south-bay-pork21

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

And are you going to the INVASION???


Zorch Radio Episode 141: Who Pooped in the Trash Can?

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Zorch Radio Episode 141: Who Pooped in the Trash Can?
Airdate: Thursday, April 4th, 2013
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A lingering stench has filled the air of The All New KGRG FM once again. Unlike Episode 133, where we wanted to know what The Puget Sound Underground ate to make our station smell so terrible, this week we wanted to know who left a little present behind in Jake’s trashcan. Yep. Tonight we needed to know WHO POOPED IN THE TRASHCAN??

Aside from the usual crap, we had a special guest in studio tonight. Nick the Hat, madman artist and musician came up to the station tonight to treat us to some of his favorite albums. Aside from sharing his killer collection of bizarro psyche, garage and instrumentals, Nick also shared with us his experiences in radio, his own musical career, and the inspirations behind his nightmare-inducing artwork.

SO YOU HAVE ANY CLUES ON WHO MIGHT HAVE POPPED IN OUR TRASHCAN? We are still looking for the culprit. Please leave a comment below or notify us on our social media pages so we can bring this masked marauder to justice! This evening has a significant lacking of psychobilly, so if that’s what you’re after, check out Episode 138.

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.

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If you like the music we play, then support the artists and buy their music. This lets the artists make more music in the future. These podcasts are only mono/40kbps, which is about 1/1,000,000th of album quality, so just imagine how much you’ll dig the real thing. The albums in the playlist below are hyperlinked to where you can buy it. If the record is out of print, we usually link to Discogs, a social site for collectors and rare records. If you’re in a band listed below and know of a better place for people to buy your music, please contact us so we can update our database. Please support our scene and give back to the artists.

Playlist:

The Meteors – Mutant Rock – from “Mutant Rock” 7″ – WXYZ Records
The Meteors – Queen of the Wild, Wild, Wind – from “Hymns for the Hellbound” – People Like You Records
The Meteors – Another Day on Fire – from “Hell Train Rollin” – People Like You Records
Steroid Maximus – Quilombo! – from “Gwondwanaland” – Big Cat UK Records
The Whips – Yes Master – from “Jungle Exotica Vol. 2″ – Strip Records
The 5.6.7.8’s – Ah-So! – from “Can’t Help It!” – Rockville Records
The Devil’s Rumble – Davie Allan and The Arrows – from “Devil’s Rumble Anthology ’64-’68” – Sundazed Records
Hard Money Saints – The Slip – from “You’re Scarin’ Me” – Self-Released
Th’ Legendary Shack Shakers – Iron Lung Oompah – from “Pandelirium” – YepRoc Records
The Black Rats – Monster Island – from “Horrorbilly for Hire” – Self-Released
Monks – I Hate You – from “Black Monk Time” – Light in the Attic Records
Bringers – Rift – Self-Titiled – Self-Released
Guitar Wolf – Mars Twist – from “Golden Black” – Narnack Records
The Stingrays – Dinosaurs – from “From the Kitchen Sink” – Big Beat Records
Pointy Birds – Melancholy Western – from “Pointy Birds” – Self-Released
The Phantom Surfers – Banzai Run – from “Cowabunga! The Surf Box” – Rhino Records
Thee Cormans – Fagenstein’s Freak-Out – from “Halloween Record w/ Sound Effects” – In the Red Records
The Untamed Youth – Hot Lips Baby – from “Go Girl Go “45 – Norton Records
Man or Astro-Man – King of the Monsters – from “Experiment Zero” – Touch and Go Records
The A-Bones – Lordy Hoody – from “Tempo Tantrum” – Exile Records
Bottlenose Koffins – Gojira – from “Gayzilla!” – Get Weird! Records
Los Angeles – Old Time Relijun 2012 – Self-Titled – K Records
The Mummies – Shot Down – from “Never Been Caught” – Telstar Records
Devics – Three – If You Forget Me… – Splinter Records
Earls of Suave – In My Dreams – from “In My Dreams “45 – Vinyl Japan
The Birthday Party – The Friend Catcher – Hee Haw –Shock Records
Oscar Brown Jr. – Work Song – Sin & Soul…and Then Some – Columbia Records
Venetian Snares – She – Winter in the Belly of the Snake – Planet Mu Records


Zorch Radio Episode 140: Bottlenose Koffins

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Zorch Radio Episode 140: Bottlenose Koffins
Airdate: Thursday, March 29th, 2013
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Fast and furious, rockin’ and rolling – tonight’s episode slammed into 4th gear and didn’t let up.

Kicking off tonight’s show we announced that we had a pair of tickets to this month’s Grindhouse Theater screening of Maniac in Tacoma. To win those tickets we asked all the Invaders listening in on the airwaves what their favorite song is to sing along to is – thankfully none of you Invaders know the feeling of shame.

From show tunes to The Trashmen, we had calls and Tweets coming in about who we sing along with. Even better than the artists and bands were the places which included but weren’t limited to driving to work, picking up kids from school, showering, washing the family tortoise…

With a mind melting MENAGERIE of trash and chaotic psychobilly behind us, we launched into a very special guest performance by local party band: The Bottlenose Koffins who blasted through a live set of some reverb-soaked trash. Pick up their debut album “Gayzilla” at The Kraken on April 12th. Before our night was through, Kjersti also recapped her latest Trash-Tastic Review on Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky.

Do YOU have a band or artist that you love singing along to? TELL US ABOUT IT! Leave a comment below or hunt us down on one of our social media pages.

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 – Maniac Rockers From Hell – Teenagers From Outer Space – Big Beat
The Meteors – Maniac – In Heaven – Anagram Records
The Meteors – Blue Sunshine – Teenagers From Outer Space – Big Beat
Bottlenose Koffins – Topless Octopus – Gayzilla – GetWeird! Records
Memphis Morticians – Spook Factor – 1,000,000 Delinquents – Space Hearse Records
The Zombie IV – Do the Corpse – Self titled – Boom Boom Records
Thee Cormans – The Haunted Sea – from “Haunted Sea” single – Vinyl Rites Record Company
The Mummies – A Girl Like You – Play Their Own Records! – Estrus Records
The Tall Boys – Ride This Torpedo – Funtime – Big Beat Records
The Sonics – The Witch – here are The Sonics! – Etiquette Records
Mutilators – Make Love to Me – Mutilators II: Psychotic Boogaloo – Self Released
The Scallywags – When Parents Are on Holidays – 3 of a Kind & … Speed on 45 – Crazy Love Records
The Griswalds – Zombie War – Better Late than Never! – Halb 7 Records
The KDV Deviators – Behind the Glass – …Lost Contact! – Drunkabilly Records
Stinky Lou and the Goon Mat – Supermarket – 12 Roots N Boogie Blues Hits – Voodoo Rhythm Records
Phantom Cowboys – Voodoo Bunnies – Deathrow: The Chronicles of Psychobilly – Anagram Records
th’ Legendary Shack Shakers – Easter Flesh – Swampblood – Yep Roc Records
Bottlenose Koffins – Twenty-Five – Gayzilla – GetWeird! Records
Bottlenose Koffins – Gojira – Gayzilla – GetWeird! Records
Transistors – We’re Not Having Fun Anymore – Flux Pentaphile – Self Released
The TomorrowMen – Run Ripley Run – Its About Time! – Double Crown Records
The Verb – Hull Breach Reef – Reverberated…For You – Self Released
The Bomboras – Camel -Toe Stomp – Saveage Island – Dinoysus Records
Thee Manipulators – Ease Up on the Breakdowns – Ease Up on the Breakdowns – Neptoon Records
Archie – Eat The Worm – Go Psycho with Batmobile and other Dutch Acts – Kix 4 U Records
Man … or Astro-Man? – Reverb 10,000 – Destroy All Astro-Men – Estrus Records
The Rocketz – The Surf Song – Rock Around the Cock Vol 1 – Presented by Cock Grease Pomade
The Dirty Robbers – Monkeys Fingers – Please Mr Jailer – Self Released
L’Assassins – Backseat Bomp – Self Titled – Self Released
The Cramps – Ultra Twist – Flamejob – The Medicine Label
Reverend Beat-Man – Letter To Myself – Surreal Folk Blues & Gospel Trash Vol 2 – Voodoo Rhythm Records
Jackals – Iron Horse – Self Titiled – Anubis Records
Double Shot – Psychotic Reaction – Every Shot Counts – Self Released
The No Tomorrow Boys – Animal Eyes – Animal Eyes – Teen-Age Riot Records
Banana Men – Love Me – Self Titled – Ace Records
Hard Money Saints – Drink Up – Hot Rod Trash – Self Released
The Primate 5 – Action Woman – Self Titled – Dead Beat Records
The Riff-Raffs! – Paranoia – Ooh! Ahh! Ahh! Brainfreeze – Self Released
The Cramps – Big Black Witchcraft Rock – Big Black Witchcraft Rock – Self Released
The Ricochetts – Long Legged Woman – On Target – Count Orlock Music
Nicotyna – Que Dia Tan Cruel – Self Titled – Self Released
Bob Wayne – Home – Driven By Demons – Self Released
The Upsetters – Daddy Rollingstone – Zulu Stomp!! South Africa Garage Beats!! – Nosomkerecords
Billy Dwayne and the Creepers – The Chance You Take – Self Titled – Self Released
Bottlenose Koffins – Meat Wagon (Waggin?) – Gayzilla – GetWeird! Records
The High Falutin – Who Walks in When I Walk Out – Blue Demon – Self Released
Bloodshot Bill – Back in the USA – Special Emancipation Day Record – Norton Records
The Kings of Nuthin’ – La Chupacabra – Fight Songs – Disaster Records
The Wailers – Hang Up – Do Not Release! – Olympia 4-Dot Label


Zorch Radio Episode 118: Malfunction Junction

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Zorch Radio Episode 118: Malfunction Junction
Airdate: Thursday, October 18th, 2012
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When everybody was getting ready for their two-spoon fulls of psychobilly-garage-trash on
The All New KGRG FM, Jake was pickin his nose and goofed up the intro. And that was only the start of the whole mess.

Something about this evening had these goddamn robots against us. Sure, most people would blame it on operator error, especially when the host can’t even remember which bands are from where (Sorry, Tabaltix), but you can’t shift the blame on a robot that randomly shuts off.

We were just ankle deep into in the evening’s rebroadcast of Gone Mental, when that computer overheated and went kaput. I would like to challenge everybody to try cueing up a record blindfolded while avoiding silence on the airwaves. We normally try not to ramble so much, but the real challenge is that KGRG’s turntables are about six feet away from the mic, and that’s about four feet too many for this deejay’s cubby little hobbit arms.

But hey, at least you know it’s live, right? And at least you know these podcasts aren’t just douchebaggeried-overproduced-Clear-Channel-enemas.

This evening, we were also giving away tickets to Maris Farms for their Haunted Woods, and Andrew from Snohomish was the lucky Invader who got to claim em.

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 – Liars in Wait – Anagram Records
The Meteors – Get Me to the World On Time – Ace Records
The Meteors – I’m Just a Dog – EMI
King Kurt – Bo Diddley – Stiff Records
Hot Roddin’ Romeos – Ralphy the Wolf – Self Released
Demented Are Go – Who Put Grandma Under the Stairs – Crazy Love Records
The Cramps – Ultra Twist – Medicine Label
Madheads – Psycholella – Crazy Love Records
Los Gatos Locos – Tombstone Boogie – Spindrift Records
The Krewmen – You Lied – Lost Moments Records
Seasons of Nightmares – Vigilante Murder Trail – Saucer Records
The Spectres – I’m a Monster – Crazy Love Records
Calavera – Rompe – Doctor Acula Records
Cosmic Voodoo – Vertigo – Kaiser Records
Sons of the Yompin Coackroaches – I’ve Got No Time – Kix 4 U Records
The Grims – Ride to Solitude – Self Released
The Gazmen – Rigormortis Rock – Rockout Records
Cyclone –Jungle Cat – Kix 4 U Records
Mutilators – Probe Me – Self Released
Ricochets – Buried Alive – Count Orlok Music
The Astroglides – anjksf;lksdn – Fast Music
Experiment Zero – Television Fission – Touch and Go
Satan’s Pilgrims – Scatter Sheild – Estrus
The Darts – Street Machine – Del-fi Records
Sincron – Pe Linga Plopii Para Sot – Archive Int’l Records
Kriptons – Billy Boom – Nosmoke Records
Sir Bald Diddley – Snake Pit – Alopecia Records
Primate 5 – Speed Boat – Hubba Hubba Records
Ralph Nielson and the Chancellors – Scream – Crypt Records
The Milkshakes – Red Monkey – Big Beat Records
The Sonics – Jeanie Jeanie Jeanie – Norton Records
The Flakes – Bip Bap Boom – Rock’n’Roll Records
Las Aspiradoras – Solo Lo Hago En Mi Moto – Sound Flat Records
The Flying Dutchmen – Run and Hide – Self Released
Reverend Beat-Man – Oh Lord! – Voodoo Rhythm Records
Haunted George – The Tomb – In the Red Records
Earls of Suave – Somebody Buy Me A Drink – Self Released
Earls of Suave – In My Dreams – Self Released
The Meteors – My Daddy is a Vampire – Ace Records


Zorch Radio Episode 139: Putrid Sound

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Zorch Radio Episode 139: Putrid Sound
Airdate: Thursday, March 21st, 2013
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For those of you loyal Invaders who religiously stalk our Facebook page, you may have noticed a recent posting BEGGING you to tune in and help us shrink down our every-growing PILE of giveaways we have each week for you. Tonight is the first of many of those nights.

With a fresh question from another Anonymous submission under our belts we were ready to offload some tickets. With Klubfoot USA behind us and the first annual Zorch Invasion on the horizon – what better night to talk about our favorite local sounds? Anonymous asked us: WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE LOCAL BAND?

Of course, all you Invaders got super vocal and some couldn’t even stop with just one band – whether it was Supernothing, Hot Roddin Romeos, Stars of Bombay, or even the entirety of the city of Bremerton; there are tons of great local bands out there that we love supporting

When we weren’t busy chatting up our favorite bands, comparing albums there was also a brand spanking new announcement about the Zorch Invasion: alongside amazing local bands Hard Money Saints and The No Tomorrow Boys, as well as midwest badasses Dead Bundy and the Neat Neat Neats;DJ Hodaddy will be spinning records that night in between sets, wowing us with the gems of his collection. And if this wasn’t a sweet enough note to end on, tonight we rebroadcasted an episode of Gone Mental to quench that sweet tooth of yours.

What are some of your favorite local bands? Are you planning on coming out to the Zorch Invasion on May 24th? Let us know and leave a comment below!

Need some more local music? Check out Episode 70 which was an entirely local playlist, or 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 Legendary Raw Deal – Outlaw Man – from “Outlaw Man” – Cherry Red Records
The Meteors – How is Mad Max – from “No Surrender” – Sonovabitch Records
The Meteors – Slow Down You Grave Robbing Bastard – from “Bastard Sons of Rock’n’Roll Devil” – Hellraiser Records
Th’ Legendary Shack Shakers – Bullfrog Blues – from “Cockadoodledon’t” – Bloodshot Records
The Kings of Nuthin – Banned from the Pubs- from “Over the Counter Culture” – Sailor’s Grave Records
Elokins – Elovis – Exotic Ellobilly – Elokin Donuts
Nekromantix – New Born Son of Satan – from “Curse of the Coffin” – Nervous Records
Season of Nightmares – The Gates of Hell – from “Monster Mash into the Fifth Dimension!” – Flying Saucer Records
Demented Are Go – High Heels – from “Hellucifernation – Crazy Love Records
The Spectres – Hot Rod Hearse – from “The Great Erotic Zombie Shakedown” – Crazy Love Records
The Krewmen – I’m Not Dead – Into the Tomb – Lost Moment Records
Dragstrip Riot – Busy Drinkin – from “Damn!” – Magnum Twin Records
Curse of the Black Tongue – Lights over Bellingham – from “Glimpses of Insanity” – Self Released
The Molting Vultures – The Trough – from “Get On Board” – Psycho Dog Records
The Astronauts – Rocket to Mars – from “Locked Into Surf Vol 1” – Alopecia Records
Orchester Charles Blackwell – The Bumble Beat – from “Surfbeat Behind the Iron Curtain” – Archive Int’l Productions
The Cramps – TV Set – from “Songs the Lord Taught Us” – Illegal Records
The 5.6.7.8’s – I Was a Teenage Cave Woman – from “Can’t Help It!” – Rockville Records
The Deuce Coupes – Smooth Stick – Hotrodder’s Choice – Del-Fi Records http://amzn.to/ZgEWRO
Link Wray – Soul Train – Law of the Jungle – Swan Records Ace Records http://bit.ly/Z5fSjP
The Electric Mess – Don’t take Your Bad Trip Out On Me – from “Falling Off the Face of the Earth” – Self Released
The Trashmen – Surfin’ Bird – Rockabilly Psychosis and the Garage Disease – Big Beat Records http://bit.ly/11n36O3
Wages of Sin – Haymarket – from “Gringo Mariachi” – My Checkbook Records
Goddamn Gallows – Ragz N Bones – from “7 Devils” – Farmageddon Records
The Load Levelers – Happy – A Half Step Flat – Ain’t That a Rats Ass Records http://bit.ly/ZD0mf8
The Dwarves – Drug Store – Blood Guts Pussy – Sub Pop Records http://bit.ly/Ystjez
No Tomorrow Boys – Neanderthal for Your Love – from (Do The) No Tomorrow Twist” – Self Released
Three Blue Teardrops – Cadillac Jack – Poised in Hate – Teen Rebel Records http://bit.ly/1640g38


Zorch Radio Episode 119: Kappa Kaiju

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Zorch Radio Episode 119: Kappa Kaiju
Airdate: Thursday, October 25th, 2012

“What the hell is a ‘Kappa?'” is probably what you’re asking right now. Good thing Nick Gucker cleared this up for us. After having met the chief-poster-designer of Grindhouse Theater (take a peek at his Evil Dead poster in Episode 115), we learned Nick was not only a fan of guitar legends like Davie Allan and Ennio Morricone, but he was also a musician. Nick called in to talk about his band Brain Hornet and their upcoming gig at the Seattle Funhouse (R.I.P.).

As if that wasn’t enough talk about the Grindhouse Theater, Justin Giallo also phoned in to talk up their upcoming showing of Phantasm. Check out Kjersti’s review of the film on her Trash-Tastic Thursday page.

Lots of grand pyschotronic rock and roll on The All New KGRG FM, too, with the debuting of the clean psychobilly sounds of the KDV Deviators and a wrong Madheads track. Oops! At least you know the show is live, right?

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 – Fool No More – Sonovabitch Records
The Meteors – Ride Bastards Ride – Sonovabitch Records
The Meteors – Bertha Lou – Sonovbitch Records
The KDV Deviators – Behind the Glass – Drunkabilly Records
The Sharks – I Can’t Stop – Nervous Records
The Riff Raffs – Dirty Word – Self Released
Guanabatz – Spector Love – Cherry Red
Long Tall Texans – Nothing Left but Bones – Anagram Records
The Elokins – Elokin Bop – Elokin Donuts
The Klingonz – Oompa Loompa – Fury Records
Gorilla – Playcard Maniacs – Crazy Love Records
Deadneks – Slaughterhouse Rock – Sickobilly Records
Calavera – Dead Love – Love Arrow Records
Chibuku – Throw Brains – Gonna Street Records
Goddamn Gallows – Ragz N Bones – Farmageddon Records
Arkhams – Running Wheel – Sexy Baby Records
Deltas – Pie’n’Mash – Vampirette Records
The Ricochets – Migraine – Nervous Records
Mario Bradley – Breakout – Fury Records
Memphis Morticians – Trash Devil Rock – Space Hearse Records
The Monsters – Black – Voodoo Rhythm Records
Becky Lee and Drunkfoot – Lies – Voodoo Rhythm Records
The Gories – Sister Ann – Fan Club
The 5.6.7.8s – I Was a Teenage Cave Woman – Rockville Records
The Meteors – Radioactive Kid – Big Beat Records
Los Saicos – Deolicion – Munster Records
Kid Thomas – Wail Baby Wail – DNL Records
Wigsville Spliffs – I Ain’t Lonely No More – Raucous Records
Three Blue Teardrops – Little Lovely – Self Released
Polecats – 99 Chicks – Rock-A-Billy Records
Phantom Surfers – Legend of the Phantom Surfer – Norton Records
The Mercury Four – Kennewick Man – Self Released
Brain Hornet – Swamp Kappa – Self Released
Satan’s Pilgrims – Chestnut Trees and Bumblebees – SP Records
The Rhythm boys and Adnan Othman – Mari Ka Laut – No Smoke
The Ventures – Raunchy – Dolton Records
Jaguars – Roundabout – Epic Records
Del-Mars – Snacky Poo – Norton Records
Johnny and the Hurricanes – Reveille Records – Eric Records
The Wailers – Mashi – Imperial Records
Stereophonic Space Sound Unlimited – Phantom Rider – Sheep Records
The Finks – Road Kill – Dionysus Records
The Astronauts – Hot Doggin’ – RCA Victor
Splashdows – Dark Eyes – Self Released
The Surf Trio – Mile Zero – Blood Red Vinyl
Mondo Topless – Take It Slow – Get Hip Records
Primate 5 – She Cleans House – Rat City Records
No Tomorrow Boys – (Do the) No Tomorrow Twist – Teenage Riot Records
Ape City R&B – Dy-No-Mite – Slovenly Records
Sugar Puff Demons – Burn the Church – Link Records
The Swampys – Love Me – Self Released
Blue Demon – Mud ‘Round ‘Ere – Self Released
Mad Sin – Whirl Girl – Maybe Crazy Records
Madheads – The Road – Crazy Love Records
Untamed Youth – Pabst Blue Ribbon – Teen-Rage Records


BOTW on March 14th, 2013: Rat Surf Radio Episode #4


Broadcast of the Week on Zorch Radio Episode 138
Airdate: Thursday, March 14th, 2013
Congratulations! Rat Surf Radio Episode #4

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This is the fourth installment of a killer show! The music was top notch and he had some great soundbites. He plays a bunch of gnarly surf tunes that pound your eardrums like waves pounding gremmies tryin’ to shoot the curl. My ears are still a little soggy. He plays some Davie Allan and the Arrows, The Phantom Surfers, the Trashwomen, and a bunch of others!

Listen to this Broadcast of the Week here: http://www.ratsurfradio.com/2010/05/rat-surf-radio-episode-4.html

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


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