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Everyday Noise Radio: Playlist 10-28-10

31 Oct

Everyday Noise Radio is a SoCal music show on Party934.com or 94.9 FM in Hudson Valley, NY. Ash hosts the show every Wednesday and Thursday from 11 a.m. to noon PST (2-3 p.m. EST).

Playlist for October 28, 2010 – HALLOWEENISH MIX #2


Song – Band

Broken Bones – White Apple Tree
The Mystery – Telegram
I Make the Dead – Satisfaction
Voodoo Doll – Walk The Rio
Camino Muerto – The Growlers
Shadows – Warpaint
The Waiting – Rye Douglas and the Echo Sounding
Creature – Tijuana Panthers
Coal Black Shadow – Spanish Moss
Holy Ghost – Slings
Devil’s Man – The Fling
Wide Eyes (Teen Daze Remix) – Local Natives
Under The Covers – Melanoid
Dear Dictator – Saint Motel
Everything Scares Me – White Arrows

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Everyday Noise Radio: 10/21/10

23 Oct

em>Everyday Noise Radio is a SoCal music show on Party934.com or 94.9 FM in Hudson Valley, NY. Ash hosts the show every Wednesday and Thursday from 11 a.m. to noon PST (2-3 p.m. EST).

Playlist for October 21, 2010 – HOW EVERY WORKING PERSON FEELS MID-WEEK


Song – Band

Binary Outbreak – Electric Valentine
TIL THE WORMS EAT ME – BLOK
You Got Me – Crash Kings
Out Of My Head – The Fling
Fell On the Floor – Red Cortez
Move Along – The Soft Pack
Robots – The Studiofix
You Can’t Scare Me At All – Venus Infers
So Bored – Wavves
Hollow Hollow Eyes – Crocodiles
Stiff Little Fingers – Dum Dum Girls
Too Much Thinking – Voxhaul Broadcast
Zombies Can’t Dance – White Apple Tree
Overtime 3:07 Hindu Pirates Pelican Daze 6 10/21/10 11:49 AM
Working Part Time – The Henry Clay People
Keep On Looking On the Bright Side – Light FM
One More Crash – Faded Paper Figures

Q&A: Eastern Conference Champions

17 Oct

Photo by Clay Patrick McBride

By Allison Flaker

To say that Eastern Conference Champions have had a busy and successful year would be an understatement. From touring to ditching their label to being on one of the most anticipated soundtracks of the year, this trio from Pennsylvania have created quite the dust cloud. With a new album ready for release, Speak-Ahh, they aren’t ready for it to settle. Their music is a combination of moody, conceptual vocals and folk instrumentation that produce songs like “Bloody Bells” and my favorite, the somewhat Radiohead-esque, “Common Sense.” Each song drips with a unique blend of irregular drum beats and guitar solos that don’t dominate but compliment lead singer Joshua Ostrander’s powerful voice. They also do a cover of Dylan’s “Don’t Think Twice It’s All Right” that restores my hope in modern music.

Another reason to like this band: they have a chick bassist. I am forever grateful to Smashing Pumpkins’ bassist D’Arcy Wretzky for this awesome, female-empowering phenomenon. But I digress. I got a chance to ask Melissa Dougherty about the band’s recent independence, the new album, and their inclusion on the Twilight soundtrack.

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Everyday Noise Radio: Playlist 10-14-10

14 Oct

Everyday Noise Radio is a SoCal music show on Party934.com or 94.9 FM in Hudson Valley, NY. Ash hosts the show every Wednesday and Thursday from 11 a.m. to noon PST (2-3 p.m. EST).

Playlist for October 14, 2010


Song – Band

Crew Cut – Tijuana Panthers
This Isn’t It – Giant Drag
Appreciate – The Tails
Daylight – Denny White
Thrills – Moostache
Gimme My Soul – My Pet Saddle
Is This A Tempest In The Shape Of A Bell – Shadow Shadow Shade
Jungle Dog Fang Hell – BLOK
Sea Lion Goth Blues – The Growlers
Run in Reverse – Twilight Sleep
Call Out – Le Switch
Everything Stops for Tea – The Nervous Wreckords
The Season – Matt Costa
I Could Spit Nails – Canyons

Q&A: He’s My Brother, She’s My Sister

12 Oct
By Ashley Eliot
Two Sundays ago a folk band from LA celebrated their debut self-titled EP at the Bootleg Theater. Though the band has been together for almost two years and didn’t really pursue it until now, it makes sense why they wanted to wait. He’s My Brother, She’s My Sister wanted to save it all up for the big bang – a diverse and very lovable EP, and a tour with Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros. And if you’ve seen the band live then you know why Edward Sharpe chose them as the opening band. HMBSMS create a fun and friendly live show through amping up the crowd to yell, snap fingers and jump, plus each individual member is extremely talented with a natural stage presence. A highlight is definitely the adorable Lauren Brown on percussion, which is her intense tap dancing on a wooden block. Siblings Robert (vocals and guitar) and Rachel Kolar (vocals, tambourine and vibraslap) plus Satya Bhabha on cello and Brown make up the group, and occasional sit-in by Edward Sharpe’s drummer Orpheo McCord . With songs “Tales That I Tell,” “Lazy Daze” and “How’m I Gonna Get Back Home,”HMBSMS has the overall package – great songwriting and an amazing stage presence.

Q&A: Wires In The Walls

8 Oct

By Ashley Eliot

As hard as it is for OC bands to make the jump to LA, luckily, OC welcomes bands from all over with open arms. LA folk rock group Wires In The Walls is doing a mini-tour of OC starting next week. I saw the band perform with The Steelwells at Spaceland a couple months ago. Besides their awesome merch that I probably won’t ever get over, Wires In The Walls write compelling lyrics that tell stories you can really lose yourself in, of course in the best possible way. The power-driven raw vocals of Warren Sroka, the epic guitar riffs plus a variety of sounds from the accordion to banjo to euphonium produce a dynamic live show. Listen to “Take Care” and “Seen It Coming” off their most recent EP Calling Signs to hear what I mean.

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Everyday Noise Radio: Playlist 9-30-10

2 Oct

Everyday Noise Radio is a SoCal music show on Party934.com or 94.9 FM in Hudson Valley, NY. Ash hosts the show every Wednesday and Thursday from 11 a.m. to noon PST (2-3 p.m. EST).

Playlist for September 30, 2010


Song – Band

Dear Dictator (Sam Sparro Remix) – Saint Motel
Gone With The Snake – May McDonough
Laughing Streetcar – Red Cortez
Your Famous Friends – The Henry Clay People
Run – Set To Sea
Our Fabled Little Rabbits – The Steelwells
The Shores (The Sea Of Cortez Remix) – The Sea of Cortez
Then It All Went Wrong – Preacher’s Sons
Seen It Coming – Wires In the Walls
Poison – The Silent Comedy
Black Rose – Eliza Rickman
Hall (The One AM Radio Remix feat. The Los Feliz Ladies Choir) – Baths
Yellow Hands – So Many Wizards
Hold On – Stacy Clark
Red Headed Girl – Tijuana Panthers
Rotten Apples – Voxhaul Broadcast