The Show: “Must We Fling This Filth At Our Pop Kids” 2

We first asked this question back in April 2017 and the answer remains the same. Yes.

So have a listen to back-to-back bawdy lyrics from Cupcakke and Dry Cleaning. We wanted to follow those two artists with a new tune from Katie Vick but The Joint is unable to (play songs containing the word) cum three times in a row.

Direct download: The Joint – 07 September 2019

And here’s the playlist in full…

  • MIK ARTISTIK’S EGO TRIP  –  Sweet Leaf Of The North
  • EB  –  La Criox
  • TRALALA BLIP  –  Nightmare Lands Welcome You To
  • CAROLINE POLACHEK  –  Ocean Of Tears
  • MARIAH THE SCIENTIST  –  Beetlejuice
  • MURDER CAPITAL, THE  –  Don’t Cling To Life

SHERMAN’S SHOWCASE  –  Now That’s What I Call White Music

  • DJ PLEAD  –  Battiekh 3
  • GHOSTWHIP  –  Je’taime
  • DEUX  –  Game And Performance
  • BLACK MIDI  –  bmbmbm (Live @ Pitchfork Music Festival 2019)
  • OMNI  –  Sincerely Yours
  • SP:MC  –  Vintage
  • KOKOKO!  –  Buka Dansa

SHERMAN’S SHOWCASE  –  Lady Rap Battle

  • AFRICA EXPRESS  –  Sizi Freaks (featuring Infamous Boiz and Moonchild Sanelly)
  • CUPCAKKE  –  Whoregasm
  • DRY CLEANING  –  Goodnight
  • RAPSODY  –  Ibtihaj (featuring D’Angelo and GZA)
  • DAN MASON  –  Fade
  • NEGESHI ARMADA  –  Boardwalk

SHERMAN’S SHOWCASE  –  Hip Hop Whodunit

  • CURSES  –  Insomnia
  • MOON DUO  –  Lost Heads
  • ZELLA JACKSON  –  Days Are Just Like People
  • HORRORS, THE  –  Press Enter To Exit (HAAi Remix)
  • CHANNEL TRES  –  Black Moses (featuring JPEGMAFIA)
  • ANTHONY NAPLES  –  Drifter

And here’s a sneak preview of our new Spotify podcast stream:

The Show: Bailterspace coming home?

I quite like the new Bailterspace album “Strobosphere”. One of my favourite bands of all time. The new album brings back good memories of their Christchurch gigs in the late 1980s and early 1990s, possibly the loudest gigs I’ve ever been to.

Bailterspace have been based in NYC for many years now so I never thought I would get to see them play live ever again. Am very tempted to go see them at Laneway in Auckland but found out yesterday that they will be playing at The Dux here in Christchurch on Saturday 2 Feb!!! That’s what I call a homecoming.

Below is the video for “World We Share” from the latest album “Strobosphere”. Damn fine clanging deep sea fishing trawler rock ‘n’ roll I say.

xox Fraserhead

And here’s the playlist in full…

12pm – 1pm

+ Download 12pm – 1pm [106MB]

1pm – 2pm

+ Download 1pm – 2pm [96MB]

The Show: Music Nerd Throwdown

This week musical distraction has come in the form of Shallow Rewards’ pop commentary videos – one man’s musical musings. There are 25 episodes so far and, although we don’t condone or agree with all the sentiments expressed in these clips (House Of Love only worth one half-assed single?), they make a great starting point for a throwdown between music nerds vigorous debate about the history of late 20th century popular music.

And here’s today’s playlist in full, with not one shoegazery song in sight…

12pm – 1pm

+ Download 12pm – 1pm – 97MB

1pm – 2pm

+ Download 1pm – 2pm – 103MB

The Show: Not quite an Xmas special

The Devil Is In The Detail
The Devil Is In The Detail

Thanks to Bargain Bin Blasphemy for the images

And here’s the playlist in full…

12pm – 1pm

+ Download 12pm – 1pm – 98MB

1pm – 2pm

+ Download 1pm – 2pm – 106MB

The Show: Goth-awful

Last Wednesday was World Goth Day, a global Unesco initiative sponsored by The Illuminati and Estee Lauder. The aim of the day is to take the world’s mind off dubstep and also to sell more candles, red wine, and eye liner.

Today we discovered that The Herb Whisperer went through an 8 month Goth phase during 1986. The Goth binge climaxed in the form of a Sisters of Mercy gig and shortly after The Herb Whisperer lost interest hence avoiding Gothageddon. But he still has a place in his heart for The Rose Of Avalanche, especially the classic “L.A. Rain”…

And here’s the playlist in full…

12pm – 1pm

+ Download 12pm – 1pm – 87MB

1pm – 2pm

+ Download 1pm – 2pm – 87MB

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