Archive for July, 2012

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Don Drummond and the Skatalites – Thoroughfare

Lynn Taitt and the Baba Brooks Band  – Magnificent Ska

The Silvertones – It’s Real

Eric “Monty” Morris – Strongman Samson

Treasure Isle All Stars – Alley Cat Ska


The Skatalites – Nimble Foot Ska

The Skatalites – Spred Satin

Ken Boothe and Stranger Cole – Arte Bella

The Skatalites – Guns of Navarone


Don Drummond – Man in the Street

Bob Marley & The Wailers – Simmer Down

Toots and the Maytals – Shining Light

Jackie Opel – Push Wood

Andy and Joey – Wonder No More

The Lone Ranger – Quarter Pound Ishen


The Lone Ranger – The Answer

The Lone Ranger – Natty Dread on the Go

The Lone Ranger -Screw Gone A North Coast

The Lone Ranger -Tribute to Marley

The Lone Ranger – Barnabas Collins


Guest Tonight and Giveaways Galore!

Time to check back in as I believe I’m finally recovered from last weekend’s Blowfly show…

This week, we’ll have a couple (perhaps three?) more ticket giveaways, but first a word about our special guest this week. You’ll want to tune in tonight (11pm to midnight EDT, 91.1 fm in Atlanta or for our special guest Nick Edelstein of Nick and the Grooves. Their debut EP entitled Adapter comes out next week and will be playing at The Five Spot in support of that release.

Nick and the Grooves "Adapter" EP Release Party!

The Grooves feature a blues-driven soul sound with heavy jazz, funk, and rock influences as well. It’s sure to be jam as they’ll be joined by some familiar names around the Atlanta music scene, including John McKnight (drums), Bryan Hall (bass), Jazz monsters Scott Ritshie (keys) and Bill Smith (alto/tenor sax), with regular appearances by “at Large” members, James King (trumpet) and Will Scruggs (bari sax).

We’ll chat about the band in general, preview the new EP, and perhaps even have a ticket giveaway for the show next week. Sorry the tickets are, as yet, unconfirmed. You’ll have to tune in to find out. It shoud be a good time.

Other announcements: we will certainly have giveaways for the following shows, as these tickets have been confirmed:

So definitely tune in for a chance to win one of those sets. And of course, check out our full list of concerts at the latest What’s Up with What’s Going Down Post, which I keep having to update with great shows that seem to be coming out of nowhere.

That’s it for now, we hope you join us tonight, again, at 11pm EDT for The Electric Boogaloo!

Psych-Out! Playlist for July 18, 2012

  1. Cluster – Im Süden (Cluster II)
  2. Throbbing Gristle – “After Cease to Exist” – The Original Soundtrack of the Coum Transmissions Film (The Second Annual Report)
  3. Sarin Smoke [Tom Carter + Pete Swanson] – Phazing Moloch (Smokescreen)
  4. Eleven Twenty-Nine [Tom Carter + Marc Orleans] – Leaf in a Whirlwind (s/t)
  5. Charalambides [Tom + Christina Carter] – Magnolia (Unknown Spin)

Goldsoundz 17 July 2012

Marina and the Diamonds – “I’m Not a Robot”

The Black Kids – “I’m Not Gonna Teach Your Boyfriend How To Dance With You”

Razorlight – “Golden Touch”


The Wombats – “Techno Fan”

The Sounds – “Painted By Numbers”


Kim Ki O – “I Don’t Relate”

Night Manager – “Platonic Lovers”

Moons – “Waves At Night”


QITH – “Let’s Wait”

The xx – “Angels”


We Are Trees – “Colorado”

Blouse – “Into Black”

Mirah – “Advisory Committee”


AU – “Solid Gold”

Club 8 – “Back To A”


Listen to the archive HERE!

Sub Saharan Vibes July 16, 2012

  1. Oliver Mtukudzi                                              Ndine Mubvunzo
  2. Bonga                                                            Uengi Dia Ngola
  3. Fela Kuti                                                         Obe
  4. Thomas Mapfumo & the Blacks Unlimited    Tatsvunka
  5. Janka Nabay & the Bubu Gang                      Feba
  6. Foday Musa Suso                                          Sir Dawda Jawara
  7. Le Grand Kalle                                               Theodora
  8. Brymo                                                            Ara
  9. Fatoumata  Diawara                                      Mama
  10. Miriam Makeba                                              Saduva
  11. Oumou Sangare                                            Denko
  12. Dobet Gnahoré                                              Beussem