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66 2nd Review #33: Phantom Surfers – “18 Deadly Ones!!!”



Quick review of the 1991 release on Norton Records from The Phantom Surfers entitled “18 Deadly Ones.”

Buy the album here: http://www.nortonrecords.com/218-phantom-surfers-eighteen-deadly-ones-lp-218/
Episode 16 featuring The ‘Verb: http://wp.me/p1buMb-xx

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INVASION III: Recap and Update

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Photo by Taylor Winkel


Holy moly, what a fun night!

Thank you to all the folks who helped put the third Zorch Invasion together! Cheers and beers to Slim’s Last Chance Saloon for hosting the event again (and for the Chile Verde!). The weather was dry and warm for Seattle, which made their patio a perfect addition.

Tin Foil Cat played an amazing set which included a cover of The Devil Makes Three’s “Old Number 7.” It wasn’t until after their set and talking with vocalist/bassist Everdoom that it was only four months ago when they were playing their first gig, here at Slim’s. Time flies, right?

Marieke and the Go Get ‘Em Boys tore it up afterwards with their Seattle brand of revved up rockabilly. The magical part of MatGGeB, is not only Johnny’s perfect guitar tone, but also the passion that each of them have for the honest rock and roll. In my book, the best bands love the music they produce, and boy do they sell it!

Shortly after Marieke and the Go Get ‘Em Boys left the stage, the sound of air raid sirens filled the venue, leading to the entrance of Seattle splatterbilly band Raw Dogs. Tall colored hair, bloody face paint, halloween decorations all over the stage and a unique stomp-box lighting fixture were all included in their ultra-heavy set. Possibly my favorite part of their performance was FRANKFURT, their werewolf hype-man.

It was also my first time deejaying and emceeing a gig of our own, and I gotta say, it felt right. It was a long night of cueing up records, but that’s nuthin compared to some of those all dayer car shows in the summer. I gotta say my favorite part of the night was when Meteors “Mutant Rock” was spinning, and Johnny Moon comes up, looks at the record says “Who is this? Is this Demented?” I wasn’t sure if he was pulling my leg or not, and show him the sleeve. Mooney says “Oh yeah! That guy invited me to record in his church a while back. I didn’t go.” HA! Best three sentence story I ever heard!

Thanks to all the supporters of PNW Psychobily for coming out to the show, especially DJ Hodaddy for recording the audio, and Seth Javier for showing up with a video camera! The combination of those two could make for some awesome pieces in the future. A thank you is needed as well to the bands for their flexibility on the way out. Cheers to Dominic Black again for the help with the Invasion flyer, and to the rest of the Invaders (I know I may have missed some): Rob, Kjersti, Nicole, Amanda, Pam, Keenan, Jay, Dan, Jessica, Bob, Yasuo, Matt, Jesse, Ian, Taylor, Greg, Nikki, Sarah, Kristof and everybody else who showed up and brought friends. These types of gigs happen because YOU show up! Thanks again and keep your calendars open for Zorch Invasion IV, happening Saturday October 10th at Slim’s.

Speaking of future gigs, we also announced the lineup to Zorch Radio’s Psychobilly Brawl.So RSVP to the event page and invite your friends, of ALL AGES ;). Artwork by Steven Millage. INVADE!
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66 2nd Review: VA – “California Psychobilly”



Quick review of the 2011 compilation on Rockin’ Psycho Records entitled “California Psychobilly.”

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66 2nd Review: Matadors – “The Devil’s Music”



Quick review of the 2004 release on Stumble Records entitled “The Devil’s Music” by The Matadors.

Listen to the album here: http://thematadors.bandcamp.com/music

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66 2nd Review: Cosmic Voodoo – “Vertigo”



Quick review of the 2005 release from Cosmic Voodoo entitled “Vertigo,” released on Kaiser Records.

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Zorch Radio Episode 219: Crustmas

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Zorch Radio Episode 219: Crustmas

Airdate: Thursday, December 18th, 2014

We spent tonight handing out gifts of psychobilly for tonight’s Christmas episode. Broadcasting from the Northern-most pole at the Deja Vu Gentleman’s Club, we’re all writhing with holiday cheer. Exchanging presents, and drinking alcoholic things in our itchy light-up sweaters – we wanted the focus to be all about Christmas tonight since we will all be taking that day off to spend it with our families and more alcoholic things. Tonight we asked: what are you getting for Christmas?

Now, some goody-goodies out there don’t know what they’re getting for Christmas because they want Santa to surprise them on Christmas morning. Yeah, forget them. We peaked! We know! Brent told us that he’s been ordering records like crazy for his jukebox, but his wife keeps swiping them out of the mailbox so she can wrap them up and “give” them to him on Christmas morning. DJ Hodaddy is super excited for his brand new socks and underwear he’ll be unwrapping, and Jake Noose has been eyeing either a new mic or video camera that’ll be used for segments on the Zorch Radio Youtube channel. What are you getting for Christmas this year? Are you waiting to be surprised or did you peak under mom’s bed? Leave us a comment below.

Don’t ignore the Events Page either, as it’s a regularly updated tool for gigs in the PNW. Feel free to also stop by the Donate page to find out how to support the program, follow Zorch Radio on Twitter, or make a submission to our mailbox listed on the contact page.

If you like the music we play, then please 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.

Getting back to the reason for the season, what are you getting for Christmas?

Playlist:
Band — Song — Album — Label

Meteors — Out Of The Dark — StampedeAnagram
Meteors — Straight Down To Hell — Bastard Sons Of A Rock ‘N’ Roll Devil — Hellraiser
Meteors — Doing The Lords Work (LAZ, Part 1) — The Meteors vs. The World — Cherry Red
Three Blue Teardrops — Cadillac Jack — Poised In Hater — Teen Rebel
Guanabatz — Spector Love — Electra Glide In Blue — Cherry Red
Hell Billys — Dragstrip Girl — ID074523 — Dionysus
Gravediggers — Say Goodbye Libby — Move It!Crypt
Gravediggers — Insane — Move It!Crypt
Ghost Storys — Get You Into Bed — Subliminal Messages — Cargo
Psyclocks — Never Die — Psyclock Shock — Rude Runner
Memphis Morticians — Electric Chair — Play Primitive Trashman and 13 Other Love Songs — Kaiser Records
Dick The Hey Men — Moscow SOS — Viva La Slap — Blue Stone
Quaranteds — Rat Pack — Get Sum! — Self Release
Reach Around Rodeo Clowns — Party, Party, Party! — Greatest Hits — Lanark
Cramps — I Was A Teenage Werewolf — Songs the Lord Taught Us — Illegal
The Spectres — Grave Digger — The Great Erotic Zombie ShakedownCrazy Love
Van Orsdels — Miami Morgue Riot — Coming For You — Crazy Love
Krewmen — Should I Stay Or Should I Go — Into the TombLost Moment
Demented Are Go — Cast Iron Arm — Kicked Out Of Hell — Cherry Red
Swinos — Spinning Outta Control — Piss Drunk And Spinnin’ — Music Abuse
Slapping Suspenders — Dukes Gonna Be Alright — Blood Sucking Freaks — Count Orlock
New Dimensions — Chicky Run — Dueces And Eights — Rock Beat
Finks — Steel Pier — Fill ‘Er Up And Go! — Dionysus
The Arrows — Tomahawk — Apache ’65 — Tower
Surf Stompers — Surfers Pajama Party — The Original Surfer Stomp — Del Fi
Sir Bald Diddley — Dodo Kebab — What’s In Your Fridge — Alopecia
Neanderthals — 2000 LB Werewolf — Locked in To Surf Volume 1 — Alopecia
Phantom Surfers — Geronimo — Play The Music From The Big-Screen Spectaculars — Estrus
Astroglides — Guitar Cha-Cha — Selling Out — Sshaking Recordss 002
Satan’s Pilgrims — Duelin’ Jags — BRS7006 — Blood Red
Thee Cormans — Satanismo — Halloween Record — In The Red
Lonesome Kings — Hell’s What I’m Used To — Shotgun Full of Blues — Emerald City Sounds
Mad Dog Cole — Jack Me Up — Ultra ViolenceCrazy Love
Cosmic Voodoo — Pumpkin Head — Vertigo — Kaiser Records
Ripmen — Graveyard In Your Memory — Graveyard In Our Memories — Wolverine
Groovys — Groovys — Michinoku Heat Wave — Blue Stone
Mad Sin — Indestructible — Distorted Dimensions — Maybe Crazy
Goddamn Gallows — Heaven — Ghost of Th’ RailsFarmageddon Records
Frantic Flintstones — Speed Kills — Speed Kills — Raucous Records
Frantic Flintstones — Torso — Speed Kills — Raucous Records
Shakin’ Pyramids — Quit And Split — Shakin’ Pyramid — Rock ‘N Roll
String Kings — Bloodshot — Bloodshot — Gaity
Hasil Adkins — Everybody Loves Somebody — The Wild Man — Norton
Tommy Spurlin — Hang Loose — Rockabilly Shakeout — Ace
Lucky Devils — Give Your Love — A Mental JourneyCrazy Love
Deadneks — Tattoo My Rotten Flesh — Dumb Drunk and Dead — Sickobilly
Broncats — Dirty Generation — Rumble Party — Fury
Jimmy Wages — Miss Pearl — Rockin’ Bones — Rhino
Jeff Daniels — Daddy-O-Rock — Rockin’ Bones — Rhino
Chop Tops — My Curse — Triple Deuces — Split 7
Arkhams — Insane — The Road To Arkham — Self Release
Kings Of Nuthin’ — Banned From The Pubs — Over the Counter Culture — Sailors Grave
Raunch Hands — Backslider — Cheapo Crypt Sampler CD — Crypt
Nekromantix — Gargoyles Over Copenhagen — Return of the Loving DeadHellcat
Kitty, Daisy & Lewis — Going Up The Country — Kitty, Daisy & Lewis — Sunday’s Best
Blackrats — Monster Island — Horrorbilly for Hire — MAPL
KDVDeviators — Rampage Rock — Lost Contact! — Drunkabilly


66 2nd Review: Lonesome Kings – “Shotgun Full of Blues”



Quick review of the 2003 release from The Lonesome Kings entitled “Shotgun Full of Blues,” released on Emerald City Sounds.

Maybe buy the record here? http://rocknrollmanifesto.realpunkradio.com/

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