Your lawn guy says the bark bugs that are all over your trees like a cheap suit are twice as big as they should be and the Japanese Maple they are getting fat off of is a listening post for the Kremlin. Time to reach for some London dry gin and tonic water and relax to the southing sounds of what’s really happening.
Episode 10 of the Suburban Dance Radio show on 92.5 KOWS FM Santa Rosa, California. Airs every Tuesday at 8pm Pacific time. We are now a weekly experience. Keep it locked.
Music played (official sites, download links, videos and more in links):
Aluna – I’ve Been Starting To Love All The Things I Hate
3rd Line Butterfly – Smoke Hot Coffee Refill (Korea.net article)
Deadbuttons – Bing-ee (Korea Times article)
Tricky featuring Marta – Close Now
Bob Lukomski – Vermilion Sands
Big Joanie – Cranes in the Sky
Your host is Marc Arsenault AKA gritboy. Member of the groups Brown Cuts Neighbors (with Lady Starlight and Jason “Wolfman” Martin) and San Francisco-based sound system nickname: Rebel. Former editor of the Vaughn Bodé library for Fantagraphics Books. Draws the comic “The Stupid Pages.” Proprietor of the art | music | video studio Wow Cool since 1988.
Musicians out there. PLEASE send me your sounds. Anyone who wants to do an exclusive session, interview, collaboration, guest mix or sound project, please hit me up. Don’t be shy.
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Featured art by Eduardo Paolozzi, friend and collaborator with JG Ballard who somehow shaped the theme of this episode. OK. He shapes all the episodes. Thanks to Bob Lukomski who pushed that theme over the edge this time.