May 28, 2021

Smashin' Transistors 80: Weather and Wonder and Wondering Whether



One summer weekend in northern Michigan years ago, I ate breakfast at a Bob Seger themed diner. Pretty much just a few Seger album covers framed and on the wall and a poster signed by Alto Reed. The menu items did not have any Seeg related puns. Just regular breakfast item names. 

They missed the boat on not naming something Kat-ham-du.

What you'll hear.

Gaunt – Insangel 
Zurich Cloud Motors – Trails Of No Return 
Giant Sand – Searchlight 
Midnight Steppers – Diamonds On The Golden Road To Hell 
-words from your host- 
The Sueves – Mop Bucket 
Daughter Bat and the Lip Strings – No Excuse For You 
Spiritual Mafia – Hybrid Animal 
Red Asphalt – Phone Call From God 
-words from your host- 
Mononegatives – Trauma 
Cabaret Voltaire – The Set Up 
Delilah Holliday – Feel 
JSBX – Lovin’ Machine 
-words from your host- 
Collate – Genesis Fatigue 
Nick & the Nod – New Content 
Piranhas - Blinking Light 
Germ House – Final Touches 
-words from your host- 
Reigning Sound – A Little More Time 
Smirk – Violent Game 
Lousy Sue – Rats 
Blue Cheer – Just A Little Bit 
-words from your host-



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Apr 25, 2021

Smashin' Transistors 79: Churlishness Prevalent


I have not worked in a retail setting in over twenty years. I kept good with continuing out of it. Well, until late 2020 that is. Not by choice and hopefully it is just temporary but bills gotta get paid, y'know. I forgot how churlish the general public can be. The pandemic seems to make the off-their-rocker types get even more cross. I am sure this episode of Smashin' Transistors would get them complaining.



What you'll hear:
Compulsive Gamblers – Bad Taste 
Hue Blanc’s Joyless Ones – Burn To Run 
Califone – Wade In The Water 
Lewsberg – Through The Garden 
-words from your host- 
Smirk – Eyes Conversing 
Purrses – Wrong Tide 
Church Mice – Babe, We’re Not A Part of Society 
-words from your host- 
Bobby Would – So To Say 
Savoy Motel – Smooth Operator 
Frank and the Hurricanes – I See A Ghost 
Celebrity Handshake – Civilized People 
-words from your host- 
Penza Penza – Why Do We Care About Anything 
Sex Tide – Medical Board 
Psychedelic Furs – Mr. Jones 
Iceage – Vendetta 
-words from your host- 
M.A.Z.E. – Psycho Eyes 
Warm Exit – Crocodile In My Brain 
Caution – Buy My Life 
Mott The Hoople – Honaloochie Boogie 
-words from your host-


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Apr 6, 2021

Smashin' Transistors 78: Blanketed In Yellow Dust

"A head fulla dust." Such a line has been a lyrical adumbration since at least the early 20th century. Though they aren't most likely talking about pollen, that such yellow dust is into its yearly ubiquitous showing. It's a way of life. Literally really. Trees, bees and everything that flowers. Things required for breathing and eating. Keep hankies handy.


What you'll hear:
The Gordons – Right On Time
 
Tin Foil – Loiter 
GG King – Epoch Rock 
Teenage Head – Picture my Face 
-words from your host- 
Chris Brokaw – Periscope Kids 
Zurich Cloud Motors – Worry About the Hubcaps Later 
The Bassholes – Born To Die 
Tizzi – All Day I Work For Little Money 
-words from your host- 
The Stools – Half Track Mind 
Patois Counselors – Let Beauty Be 
Section 25 – Girls Don’t Count 
Bumbo's Tinto Brass Band – Chewing Mom’s Blouse 
-words from your host- 
Gen Pop – My Apartment 
Midnight Steppers – Lost In Dust 
Smirk – Blind 
TV Freaks – Capital Eye 
-words from your host- 
TOADS – Another Year 
Spiritual Mafia – Smiles 
Purrses – Hey Girl! 
the dBs – Tearjerkin’ 
-words from your host-


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Mar 12, 2021

Smashin' Transistors: (Apostrophe) 77

There was a spell there towards the end of the last century, that if you wanted to prove how punk rock your attitude was, you would suffix whatever the name of the project was with a "'77."

It quickly became a running joke with some friends I hung out with. Taco Bell '77. Camel Lights '77. I'll be there around seven '77. I don't get paid til Friday '77 and so on. 

It cracked us up for a couple months. 

It was not a running joke with everyone I hung out with though. One evening, I was hanging out with some other group of friends. They were starting a band and were looking for a name. 

"Dude! You should call yourself Apostrophe 77!" I blurted out. From the looks on their faces, you could tell they thought it was brilliant. "Yes, that's perfect. That's when punk rock really started. If people see our name on a flier, they'll know we play punk rock!"

"Yeah, that the joke, man. It lets people know you are (air quotes) PUNK FREAKIN' ROCK, BRO!"

"So, wait," one of them said in a puzzled tone "You weren't serious?"

I think the band lasted a few practices and maybe a basement party. That's a standard punk rock story. They didn't use the name though.

There are no songs from '77 in episode 77 of the Smashin' Transistors fake radio show. 

Pup The Unx!

What you'll hear:
Tilahun Gessesse – Alegntaye
Flying Saucer Attack – Present
Midnight Steppers – The Method Singer
Frankie Traandruppel – Hooray For The Frown
-words from your host-
Smarts – Cling Wrap
Pensioner – The Night
Boris – Furi 
A Feast Of Snakes – Know Your Name
-words from your host-
Astute Palate – A Little Proof
Neil and Crazy Horse – Barstool Blues
The Lice – Daymare Town
Feeling Figures – Never in Time
-words from your host-
ISS - (Met)forming
Cathedral – Suicide Asteroid
Sex Tide – Scorpion
Chris Brokaw – The Heart of Human Trafficking
-words from your host-
Chronophage – Talking Android
Eat Girls – All The Lovers Are Gonna Leave and Die
Lavender Flu – Rake The Face
Angst – Somethings (I Can’t Get Used To)
-words from your host-


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Feb 16, 2021

The Return of Bancroft Records

I'm elated, excited, stoked and jazzed to be reawakening my label Bancroft Records after a decade of it sleeping. The first in the pipeline is an LP from Zurich Cloud Motors.

Hailing from Providence, Rhode Island (and parts beyond), Zurich Cloud Motors whirl, rattle sway and sear. If you're a fan of the Swell Maps, the first few Roxy Music albums, the Scientists and Chrome, take that sound and then run a dulcet toned belt sander making harmony with it. 

The album is getting its final touches done to it now but the band has already got a video for a song from it with "Worry About The Hubcaps Later."

Following a ton of cassette and digital releases now, this will be the first thing from the band to appear on vinyl. Look for it in the summer. While you wait for that, find previous Zurich Cloud Motors releases over at their Bandcamp page and check them out on Instagram.

Also out on Bancroft Records in 2021 is a new LP from Hue Blanc's Joyless Ones. This'll be the first album from this Wisconsin band since 2016's Stoning Josephine.

Hue Blanc's Joyless Ones.
Photo by Dale Merrill. Shot at the SchwonkSoundStead in Port Huron, Michigan in 2017
Dig Neil with Crazy Horse, the Cheater Slicks, the Velvets (natch), CCR and Twin-Tone era 'Mats? Soak that in a kettle of Rhinelander Export and these are the kind of results you get. I was originally suppose to release a 7inch by them during Bancroft's first incarnation but it didn't happened due to a myriad of reasons. Feeling joyous about making a full album to happen now. It'll be out if not the same time as the Zurich Cloud Motors record, not too long afterwards. 

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Feb 9, 2021

Smashin' Transistors 76: Toque to Toboggan


Recently, the guy I worked with showed up in the shop with a wool cap on. Coming through the door he said "I tell ya, man. It sure was cold enough to get the toboggan out. I thought I misplaced it."

"The snow has already melted. What good is a toboggan without it?" I asked. He looked at me like I was loony. "For the cold, man!"

After a few hours of mental images of the ol' rock dog having the time of his life shooting down hills on a big wooden sled, I realized he was talking about his hat. You (and me) may know it as a toque.



What you'll hear:
Ian & Sylvia – You Were On My Mind
Honey Radar – United Fox
Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark – Radio Waves
Gen Pop – Bright Light People
-words from your host-
TOADS – Not A Life
Obnox – Cut Me A Switch
Monoshock – Model Citizen (Nitroglycerine) 
Savoy Motel – Crossword Puzzle
-words from your host-
Patois Counselors – Probably No One
Chronophage – Destiny Falls
MARV – Stingray
The Cowboys – Saintlike Said
-words from your host-
Itchy Self –Playing MTV
Jessie Mae Hemphill – Black Cat Bone
Dana Hatch – Fast Freddie
Toeheads – Screw Loose
-words from your host-
LAMPS – Horse Cow Dog Pig
Mud City Manglers – Armstrong Park
Astute Palate – Loose Wings
Swell Maps – Border Country
-words from your host- 


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Jan 5, 2021

Smashin' Transistors Favorite Sounds of 2020

It goes without saying that 2020 was a wreck. It was also a bit of a whirlwind too, right?

For me, the year started it out with a plan, I sold my house, left my somewhat cushy but now unrewarding (and underpaying) job and packed up the lovely wife & our cats, our stuff and moved to a new land seven and fifty hundred miles away from a place I had lived in for a tab over two decades. Job prospects were good, the area is beautiful and the arts, music and food scene is often considered one of the finest on the planet.

We arrived about the same week it became pretty obvious to anyone with more than half a brain that the pandemic was going to take on a strong hold for quite a long time. It became months of being pretty much a shut-in save for taking a whole lotta walks, job hunting, frugality and stressing out. 

While a majority the world is not out of the COVID woods for a spell yet, at least we can look forward to 2021 being hopefully better than the year we just lived through. Some trash is going to a dumpster (or at least being kicked to a curve though we all know we here in the USA are cursed with a bad penny and an offspring that came with it) and we can brush our hands of that toxic dirt. In the words of Michael Bruce (and recited by Vincent Furnier) though "We still have a long way to go."

Entering 2021, I am now back into the steady paycheck world. Working in a trade that I didn't plan to be in but enjoying it very much. As this new year progresses, I plan to become an expert at that gig (as I've learned over the past couple of months, the world needs really good vacuum repairmen. I've now seen the mess a person can do after consulting a YouTube DIY video of something they should've left to a professional. It's my job to fix their damaged done. People think you're performing some sort of magic when things are remedied.)

Setting out to do in 2021
  • To learn more about painters I enjoy and how they went about creating their works. And learn to paint. Watercolors to start.
  • To learn how to develop color film. Shooting film is a spendy habit as it is and sending it to the lab just adds to it. I've developed black and white film before but never color. Also, this year, I want to develop some black & white film in alternate solutions like caffenol.
  • Think up a couple photography projects and make them happen.
  • Picking up more CLA skills and bringing back to life twice as many film cameras than I did in 2020. I just know simple basics so far.
  • Make a couple trips to the mountains. Make even more to the ocean.
  • Play guitar for at least a bit most days. Have some songs come out it. Find some people to play said songs with. Even if live shows don't become a thing, being made in a room where live sounds are being made is essential to my well being.
  • Write more again. That has really fallen by the wayside for some years.
  • Finding copies of the Cheater Slicks Refried Dreams and Don't Like You on vinyl somewhere out in the wild. The former I used to have but met its demise one night after crashing onto a cement basement floor in Michigan and scattering into a few pieces. The latter I only have on CD.
  • Take a lot of walks with my wife. She rules.
  • Visiting with my kids. Both them getting here in NC when they can and me up there in MI where they are leading their adult lives when I can. They both rule.
  • Learn Spanish beyond the semester I took in high school.
  • Not attending any funerals. I wish for that all those near and dear to me don't pass in 2021.
  • And, what I feel is the big pièce de résistance, getting Bancroft Records out of mothballs for over a decade. I got a couple things in the taking stages already. After all the details are situated and finances crunched, more will follow.
When it's all said and done, there was a lot of time to absorb music in 2020. There was A LOT of music that came out in 2020 too. In alphabetical order, here's 30 things from the year I really enjoyed listening to quite a bit.

ASTUTE PALATE- s/t: Ever go out to the farmland, much on liberty caps and then study the land for how music should sound once back to the city? If Astute Palate, comprised of members of Writhing Squares, Lantern and Clockcleaner (along with David Nance lending a hand), ever did, they returned to paved roads with an idea of psych-country that's feasting on as much punk of the proto sort as it is early college rock's diet of Neil & Crazy Horse. (Richie Records)

The Beauticians - s/t : Analog synths, wiry guitar lines, dark humor and uncomfortable, wild eyed stares. The Beauticians of an age where the grew up with the "New Detroit" happening around then but have a whirr of the rattled and frayed parts of the city that still stoically stand. (The Beauticians)


BRANDY - The Gift Of Repetition: Cats from bands such as Running and Pampers bond in affection for the rhythmic pounding of a jackhammer. Then they take it to the garage and make roached out art punk with it. (Total Punk)


CELEBRITY HANDSHAKE - No Space/No Time: These troglodytes from Maine make a grunt and howl perfect to clear out a party. Those who stick around because they want to hear more of the record are the type of people that are the best to party with anyway. (Eastern Prawn)


CHRONOPHAGE - The Pig Kiss'd: Its not uncommon for me to text random hot takes to my kids. The following to my oldest recently.
This new @chrono_station album smokes every single Protomartyr record.
Other than a few possibly similar references points though, it's not like Chronophage sound anything like Protomartyr though. I dig Protomartyr just fine and all that but things here are sounds quite intimate & defiant and not so much glowering & magniloquent. (Cleta Patra)


THE COWBOYS - Room Of Clons: The previous Cowboys album, The Bottom Of A Rotten Flower, was two sides of loud pop brilliance. They've stepped it into several directions here. Moments like the late 60s Kinks and/or the Move on some songs. Straight up moody new wave and black light illuminated indie rock on others. And it all gels so finely. (Feel It Records)


EN ATTENDANT ANA - Juillet: Released in January, EAA's 2nd LP enthusiastic lilt brought some light into the cold, dark month that started off the year. The jubilant jangle of the guitars,  vocals of angelic scruff and the occasional trumpet tossing a bit of baroque pop tizzy here and there, it gave hope that despite whatever emotional/sociological garbage that may pile up, something pretty and sparkling would previal. Then, well, March 2020 happened. (Trouble In Mind)   


GEN POP - PPM66: I've gotten a Wire 'Pink Flag' vibe off Gen Pop's previous records. I got that from this one too. The thing is though, it's never been a blatant vibe. Perhaps, it's a Pink Flag nuance more than it is a vibe. Sure, it's jittery and austere but when Wire preformed the sound it was like they were using a surgical knife, Gen Pop prefer using a foot or two of razor wire. (Gen Pop)

HONEY RADAR - Sing The Show Away: In what I felt was a clever set up to describe this band I wrote "The Television Personalities knew where Syd Barrett lives. Do Honey Radar know where Dan Treacy lives?" Then I remembered that MTX once had a song called "I Don't Know Where Dan Treacy Lives." I did not dig that song. I do dig Syd Barrett and Dan Treacy though. And I dig Honey Radar. This collects all the songs they've done for Chunklet in one convenient plate of PVC. (Chunklet


ITCHY SELF- Here's The Rub: Joe of Protruders (who's album Poison Future was a major fave of mine) new thing. It's got a scratchy DIY clang which gets into those hard to reach spots with a Velvets/Modern Lovers chug. (Celluloid Lunch)


KeiyaA - Forever, Ya Girl: Ethereal and hypnotic, KeiyaA takes future soul into a looping, psychedelic scene set for dark thirty hours of introspection, self-reliance and besetment. (KeiyaA)


LAMPS - People With Faces: It's been eight years since Lamps gave the world a thorough aural clobbering. Their new one, People With Faces, proves they still got the ol' rancorous moves. Some new ones too. KEYBOARDS!!! (In The Red)


LAVENDER FLU - Barbarian Dust and Tomorrow Cleaners: Chris Gunn, guitarist of the late and lamented band the Hunches, has been doing business as Lavender Flu for the last five years. In 2020, they released two albums. Both dwell in a sonorous lands where the sky is always big, bright blue and is filtered by a warm, orange haze. The ground is lush and green. There's a glowing, misty fog that dances in that grass til well past noon. Both record dose out fixes of fluffy fuzz and capricious psych for strange dreams, they are each of their own prescription. (In The Red and Lavender Flu)


MARV - s/t: Learning routes that are both the quickest as well as long cuts in a land recently moved to, the surrounding can go from a city to woods to Stripmallia and back again in a simple trip to places just a fifteen minute drive away. This audioscaping duo from Chapel Hill have not only often provided the soundtrack that in year were getting out of but also for watching a few sunrises and sunsets during it as well. (MARV)

MORDECAI - Library Music: Around half a decade ago I prescribed Mordecai a friend of mine with "give it a few doses to take effect. Once the pain subsides, it will be a blissful feeling." He took my advice and such did happen. Culled from recordings between 2015 and 2017, the pain threshold from this Montana trio is even a bit more intense. Proof positive that kittens spawned from raked and mold spotted copies of the Stooges Fun House can often grow into an even more warped of feral than their sire. (Feeding Tube)

MUD CITY MANGLERS - Give me The Hammer: Most likely the last men (and women standing) of the Garage Rawk scene from the first decade of this century. This is the 2nd LP from this Pittsburgh gang and their first in 20 years.  Spend a Sunday at a forgotten dragway way out off some highway in the sticks. Pull out a can from a cooler full of Busch, and Give Me The Hammer is a sound one should hear when popping the tab and the tree lights turn to green. (Mud City Manglers)


DAVID NANCE - Staunch Honey: I've dug a lot of Nance's stuff in the past but Staunch Honey is the first LP that's absolutely and consistently solid from start to finish. It does lean a bit more than slightly to a wild mountain stoner jam band thing at moments. It's in a fried scraping the bowl for resin vibe though. Such as Red Red Meat would do than it is some 20 minutes of overcooked noodles like a live Rusted Root track. (Trouble In Mind)


OBNOX - Savage Raygun: The first full length from 'Nox in a couple years. Also, the first 2xLP from them since 2013. Torrential blasts of  Clevo-weirdo-punk, funk made on chainsaws, rock-n-roll destruction and abrasive hip-hop grind, this project by Lamont Thomas always lays down mean and right. The packaging rules too. For starters: Ubu nods on both the cover and the sleeve! Packed in a gatefold so it's made for rolling a joint on. (Ever/Never)


PATIOS COUNSELORS - The Optimal Seat: Gnarled and nervy, this Charlotte, NC unit ups the ante of their debut LP with more discontent, jagged guitar lines and an agitation that rabidly vibrates all the synapses. (Ever/Never)

PENZA PENZA - Beware of Penza Penza: I dunno what kinda deep funk parties they have in Tallinn, Estonia but if Penza Penza is hosting them, they are raw and there's a lot of dirt all over the dance moves. (Penza Penza)

KRYSTIAN QUINT - Babysitter Music: Quarantining in Michigan, the Stools Krystian Quint bided his time in 2020 looking after kids and making lo-fi loner psych-pop. "Rain" is the most beautiful song I heard from anyone this past summer. (Painters Tapes)


RED MASS - A Hopeless Noise: Headed up by Roy (Les Sexareeno/CPC Gangbangs/The Daylight Lovers) and his real life partner Hannah Lewis, Red Mass have released a ton of singles over the last decade but this is only their 2nd album. Musical comrades such as Jered of the Ponys, King Khan, Evan Dando and Mike Watt, enter their web. It makes for a encompassing voyage of post-punk art pop. (Mothland

SMARTS - Who Needs Smarts Anyway: With a lineage that includes members of the Living Eyes, Parsnip and Alien Nosejob, the Smarts record is a fidgety affair. The generous peppering of blurty sax skronks make it even better to dance all weird to. (Feel It)


THE STROPPIES - Look Alive: The jittery jangle and angelic drone sweet spot that my personal favorite Flying Nun moments and the hazy feeling that prime guitar forward '80s USA proto-indie struck upon. Even on a rainy day, this brought some scratched up yet still vivid color to an overcast afternoon. (The Stroppies)


SWEEPING PROMISES - Hunger For A Way Out: Rhythm driven (the drums crack/the bass a boss), guitars sounds that resemble insects big-n-small and songs that are equally Raincoats/Slits as they are some sort of futuristic pop. (Feel It)

TOEHEADS - Animal House: Mullets and Rob Tyner rivaling white guy fro! If this Detroit combo was around twenty years ago, and put out a couple of records during that time, at least ten dudes over at the Budget Rock group on Facebook would have posted a cover to one of them by now. These guys were probably all around five years old two decades ago though. Dudes at the Budget Rock group should be posting pictures of this cassette anyway. (Painters Tapes)

Violent Change - s/t: It's been four years since Violent Change released their genius piece of shattered NZ jangle punk LP "3." What seemed outta nowhere, this four songer appeared late this summer. Agitated anthems about keeping it together in times where it feels like everything is coming apart. (Violent Change)


WARM RED - Decades Of Breakfast: Egg Punk stuck under an avalanche of a AmRep compact discs? Jittery DEVOtees that get their kicks by slamming a rusty old Dodge Polara at full speed into livestock. (Warm Red)

ZIP IT - Trash Baby: Ancient abandoned synths sandblast your eardrums while your dressed in a dress made of salmon and a bunch of feral cats surround you. Jump, howl and get bloodied. (Zip It)


ZURICH CLOUD MOTORS - Do More Than Deconstruct-o: If Zurich Cloud Motors were to record in a good studio, it would probably sound like it was a absolutely wrecked  album Roxy Music recorded between For Your Pleasure and Country Life but never released. Til then, it's a like finding a tape with the Swell Maps album on them under the car seat and putting it into the ancient cassette deck on a very cold morning. (ZCM

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Dec 1, 2020

Smashin' Transistors 75: Zircon and On and On


No diamonds for number seventy five. In this year, it not even Cubic Zirconia. It might even be Moissanite. 

Some solid sounds though. 



What you'll hear: 
Eric’s Trip – Daylight
Kaleidoscope – Deaths of Despair
Penza Penza – Wunder City
David Nance – This Side Of The Moon
-words from your host-
Quintron and Miss Pussycat -You Make It Weird
Twinkeyz - Sweet Nothing
Gen Pop – Pixel Glow
Exploding Flowers – Far, But Never Gone
-words from your host-
Hank Wood and the Hammerheads – Strangers
Lamps – Chest
Mud City Manglers – One Of These Days
Stonewall – Outer Spaced
-words from your host-
Patois Counselors – Give Me Voltage
Lavender Flu – Romelas
Guardian Singles – Midnight Swim
Itchy Self – Reprobate
-words from your host-
The Smarts – Golden Arches
Don Cherry – Degi Degi
ADULT. – Human Wreck
Shadows Of Knight – I’ll Make You Sorry
-words from your host-

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Oct 28, 2020

Smashin' Transistors 74: Nothing But Candy Corn in the Treat Bag

Like all things this year, Halloween is pretty much canceled. No Butterfingers. No Baby Ruth's. No Snickers. No good candy at all. 

Yeah, 2020 is like going to every door and getting just a nickel or a Brach's Candy Corn Treat Pack.

What you’ll hear:


Yvonne Fair – Say Yeah Yeah
Cherry Cheeks – No Ticket
Oh Sees – Toadstool
Pussy Cat – La la lu
-words from your host- 
Brandy – Text Home
Wire – Fly In The Ointment
Zurich Cloud Motors – For The Beyond
Horribly Wrong – The Living Nightmare
-words from your host-
The Stroppies – Sad Sorry Soul
The Pastels – Crawl Babies
Era Bleak – Era Bleak
-words from your host-
Shark Toys – Black
The Toeheads – Jane Doe #59
Public Eye – The Door Is Always Closed
Henry Fiat’s Open Sore – I Don't Know
-words from your host-
Optic Sink – Dumb Luck
CCR Headcleaner – Sweets
Satanic Togas – Panic Room
The Freeze – Halloween Night
-words from your host-

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Oct 10, 2020

Smashin' Transistors 73: The Bacillus is Pumpkin Spiced?


Smashin' Transistors production of the foklore favorite Will-o'-the-wisp will not be heard tonight. In it's place, we present you this special program.

  

Tompall Glaser – Pass Me On By
No Age – Turned To String
Hobocop – Walking Around Stoned
-words from your host-
Sweeping Promises – Cross Me Out
Fun Time Objects – Autocrat Detonator
The Stroppies – Holes In Everything
-words from your host-
Brick Head – Fed Up
T. Rex – The Slider
MARV – Unruly Garden
Obnox – Avalanche Grave
-words from your host-
The Cowboy – Jellyroll
Violent Change – Dreary Example
The Leather Nun – Jesus Came Driving
DAME – Cicadas
-words from your host-
Fertile Scum – Life in Dirt
Satanic Togas – Customer Service
SPK – Contact
The Calico Wall – I’m The Living Sickness
-words from your host-

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