Feb 18, 2020

Smashin' Transistors 63: Through clouds like ashes

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow is most likely best known for joyful and genial poems. The one he wrote for the shortest month of the year, Afternoon In February, as not one of those though. As a matter of fact, it was about death.

Amid the grayness of the skies and all the things wrapped in it though here in the Great Lakes, slogging through it has to be done. Putting together another episode of this fake radio show a bit like setting a fire at such times for yours truly.

What you'll hear:
Dirty Filthy Mud – The Forest Of Black
Quintron – Birthday In Tunisa
The Beauticians – Mental Hygene 
-words from your host-
Red Mass – Young Lover
the Ponys – Little Friends
Confusion - Ya No Voy A Pensar En Nada Más
Gino & the Goons – Wrote You A Letter
-words from your host-
Martyr Privates – Peeling The Shade
The Scaners – X Ray Glasses On
The Mirrors – She Smiled Wildly
Pimpono Ensemble - Gliding
-words from your host-
The Cavemen – Guess I Know It's True
Poison Joy – Not Known
Dandee Lions – I Have Been Woke
Bad Weed – Bye Bye Baby
-words from your host- 
The Get-Alongs – Nickel City
Brick Distributor -Another Personality
Match Factory – Naive Memories
Gang Of Four – Outside The Trains Don't Run On Time
-words from your host-

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