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Everyday Noise Playlist: 1-4-11

7 Jan

Young The Giant

 

This is the 1-4-11 playlist for my show Everyday Noise on HoundstoothRadio.com. Everyday Noise is a SoCal music show and airs Tuesdays from 8 to 10 p.m. then replays on Sundays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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Everyday Noise Radio: Playlist 10-7-10

8 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 7, 2010

* This is a local rainy day mix, except The Soft Pack song which was a request.


Song – Band

Monsters With Misdemeanors    –    yellow red sparks
Truth Sets In    –   Avi Buffalo
Rewind    –    Faded Paper Figures
Pretty Little Head    –    Eliza Rickman
Dry The Rain    –    The Fling
had enough    –   I hate you just kidding
Who Knows Who Cares    –    Local Natives
One’s Song    –  Moostache
Answer to Yourself    –   The Soft Pack
Right    –   Melanoid
Rain Drops    –    Francisco The Man
Autumn Leaves    –   The New Limb
Looks Like a Flood    –    Preacher’s Sons
The Echo  –   Voxhaul Broadcast
Heart Of Wood    –  We Are The Pilots
Portraits    –    Barrett Johnson

Everyday Noise Radio: Playlist 9-16-10

16 Sep

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 16, 2010


Song – Band – Album

That Girl    –    Dynamite Walls   –  That Girl – Single
Switch Kids (Unmastered)    –    The Henry Clay People  –  JAXART Vault Mix #1
Passed Out    –    White Apple Tree   – Peach Hat EP
Yes Yes    –    The Colourist   –  Self-Titled Debut EP
Who You Are    –    Telegram   –  We Look and See
Dreaming    –    Echo Echo – Fall Like You’re Flying
Do Everything Now –   Saint Motel   – ForPlay
Take Care – Wires In the Walls – Call Signs EP
Dear Honey   –   Dusty Rhodes And The River Band – Dusty Rhodes And The River Band
A Better Class Of Criminal   –    Electric Valentine – Automatic
Swan Song –  Giant Drag – Swan Song EP
As It Should Be   –    Let Em Riot
Mr. Reaper  –   Hindu Pirates  –  Pelican Daze
Wandering   –   Preacher’s Sons –  Looks Like a Flood, Feels Like a Drought
Naked Kids  –   Grouplove  –  Grouplove EP
Catapult  –   The Union Line

Album Review: Preacher’s Sons, ‘Looks Like A Flood, Feels Like A Drought’

21 Aug

By Becka DeLaney

Picture this: you and your friends decide to go camping in the desert. After a long hot day in the sun, you all decide to cool down in the evening, setting up your tents, eating some food and drinking some beers all while you decide what songs to sing. As the food is cooking and right before one note can leave anyone’s lips, you hear a rustling in the distance; hooves crashing hard against the ground, a stomping a bass drum; a cold, somber voice singing in the distance, backed by the faint chime of a strummed guitar. As it gets closer, you notice there are two men riding on horses coming your way. You stop what you are doing and stare at them.  They stop, get off their horses and sit down on the crummy old logs you all picked up along the way. “What’s your guys’ name?” you ask. “Oh,” they say, “We are the Preacher’s Sons. You want to hear some folkish soul food?” “Sure,” I say. “It’s a lot better than Kumbaya.”

Brandon Pfaff (lead singer, guitar and bass) and Jeremy Pfaff (drummer, keys, and backup vocals) Pfaff, the sons of a preacher and Oklahoma natives, are the creative minds behind the Fullerton-based band, Preacher’s Sons.

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New Noise: Preacher’s Sons

30 Jun

By Ashley Eliot

Forming just last fall, Fullerton folk rock band Preacher’s Sons is Oklahoma-raised brothers Brandon and Jeremy Pfaff. And yes, they are really the sons of a preacher and a “caring and humble” one says Brandon, lead vocalist and guitarist.

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Everyday News: Francisco The Man’s EP release party with My Pet Saddle & Preacher’s Sons

21 Jun

Tonight at The Commonwealth Lounge in Fullerton, Francisco The Man will be celebrating the release of their EP With Friends Like You. Though it was released in May digitally and on vinyl, this is the official party for it. Presented by Anything Everything Mondays, tonight’s lineup also includes newcomers Preacher’s Sons and also releasing a new EP soon My Pet Saddle. Co-editor of Everyday Noise, Albert Ching wrote a review of Francisco The Man’s song “Do You Remember.” You can read the review here.

The show is 21+ and $5.

Song Review: “Do You Remember” – Francisco The Man

21 Jun

By Albert Ching

The last time Francisco the Man released new music was the same month Barack Obama announced his candidacy for presidency – February 2007. Heath Ledger and Michael Jackson were still alive, as was the American economy. Point is, it was a very long time ago.

Luckily, the band – now a trio, consisting of Riverside’s Scotty Cantino and Corona residents Nestor Romero and Abdeel Ortega – haa finally put together a new EP, this month’s With Friends Like You. We’ve got one of the songs right here, “Do You Remember,” and it already ranks among the band’s best. At a surprisingly breezy six-and-a-half minutes, Cantino guides a rousing “seize the day” anthem that’s just a tad wistful, asking “Do you remember when you were young, the way you used to think?” Think of it as Francisco the Man’s “Summer of ’69” – but with rich, distinctive guitar flavor driving an extended instrumental sequence, and no references to your mama’s porch.

“In the most basic sense, ‘Do You Remember?’ is just a song about growing up,” Cantino tells via email. “Specifically, a song about old friends, people moving away, and things in general changing. It might even be more about dealing with the changes life brings than it is about growing up. Who knows?”

It’s already become one of Cantino’s favorites, too.

“It has quite a bit of nostalgia for me, and quite frankly it is my favorite song to sing and play by far,” Cantino writes.
Francisco the Man are putting out the five-song With Friends Like You as a 12-inch EP, available for pre-order now. Physical copies will be available in May (vinyl takes a long time print, Cantino points out), but the record’s also going to be for sale digital-style at the usual outlets: ITunes, eMusic, LaLa, Amazon.

Francisco The Man’s EP release party is tonight at Commonwealth Lounge in Fullerton with My Pet Saddle and Preacher’s Sons. 21+ $5