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Everyday Noise Radio: Playlist 10-27-10

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 27, 2010 – HALLOWEENISH MIX #1


Song – Band

Spooks – The Fling
Witchcraft – Matt Costa
Stranger Things – Local Natives
Mr. Reaper – Hindu Pirates
Scarecrow – Janu and the Whalesharks
Swamp Stomp – The Growlers
Shoe Shaker – My Pet Saddle
The Backrooms – Voxhaul Broadcast
Spiders – Moostache
The Moaning Man From Shanty Town – The Growlers
Twilight Zone – Audacity
Like You’re Haunted – Regrets & Brunettes
Turkish Voodoo – Free The Robots
You’re a Wolf – Sea Wolf
You’re Makin’ Me Nervous – Venus Infers
monsters with misdemeanors – yellow red sparks
Strangers – The Union Line
Color Of Sin – Vanaprasta

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Album Review: Venus Infers, ‘You’ll Understand When You’re Older’

6 Jul

By Allison Flaker

Huntington Beach’s Venus Infers remind me of why I enjoy chasing after new music and local heroes; they’re a band that rocks with intensity and ferocity. Their newest album, You’ll Understand When You’re Older, grabs you, gives you a shake and lets you hit the ground dizzy. With the release of their third full-length, Venus Infers are proving that their early career attention wasn’t all for nothing. Continue reading

Song Review: Venus Infers, “(They Stole Today But They Won’t Take Away) Tomorrow”

2 Jun

If you follow local music closely, you’ve probably already formed an opinion on Huntington Beach’s Venus Infers. Their music—bombastic and intentionally epic—stands in contrast to the contemplative, coffee house rock prominent in much of Southern California. Their style—leather jackets and rock star posturing—is a far cry from the unassuming, humble stage presence you’ll see at most local venues. And guess what? It’s working, as seen by the three OC Music Awards Venus Infers scored in 2009, high-profile opening gigs for Chris Cornell and Peter Murphy and song placement on shows like The Real World.

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