Listeners Ken Wadsworth and Walt Falconer recommend some good drinking songs as we gather in the basement with guests Bud Verge, Rob Gates and Mike Snider.
We hang out at Hunter Bennett’s house (he of DC rock band Dot Dash) and talk about his passion for hardcore. Today he tells us about his true introduction to punk – the 1981 “Rodney on the ROQ” compilation album on Posh Boy Records. Featuring Agent Orange, Adolescents, Circle Jerks, Black Flag and the Crowd.
30 years ago, Sonic Youth released their pivotal album “Sister.” Where would indie rock be without it?
We kick off Perfect Pop Week with two nominees: a song by Dusty Springfield (via Chuck Prophet) and Who anthem (via friend Matt Beekley).
Welcome to Patrick’s Book Nook. Today we discuss a work by Henry Rollins, about his time with Black Flag, and another about singer Nico and her lenghty heroin addiction.
Crack open a cold one, sit back and hearJim & Patrick (and Mike Snider and Jasper Colt) respond to a listener request for a beer brewing playlist.