Sunday, July 21, 2019

Sunday Is Rerun Day!

Sunday 7/21/19 rerun schedule:

1 a.m. - 480 Minutes (original air date 7/19/19)

11 a.m. - Fuzzy Road (original air date 7/14/15)

1:30 p.m. - 480 Minutes (original air date 7/20/07)  - this show is from 3 days after I found baby kitten trapped in the engine of a car and brought her home. She's still here. Her name is Jetta. There was also a show I was promoting -- please don't write in trying to win free tickets to a show that happened 12 years ago. Thanks.

Monday

12:45 a.m. - 480 Minutes (original air date 7/20/12)

Enjoy!!

7/20/07 show preview: http://bagelradio2.blogspot.com/2007/07/480-minutes-72007-new-division-day.html

7/20/12 show preview: http://bagelradio2.blogspot.com/2012/07/480-minutes-win-gig-tickets-oh-and-new.html

Friday, July 19, 2019

"480 Minutes" - The Civil War (and the Uncivilized Wars)


"Go back to where you came from" directly infers "you are not from here" and "you don't belong here." That is why good people never say such things, and the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission specifically calls out the phrase, "Go back where you came from" as a violation of anti-discrimination in the workplace law.

The President of the United States of America suggested that four congresswomen of color should "go back" to "where they originally came from," several congressional Republicans defended, echoed, and/or amplified that sentiment, and all of them are now publicly in violation of U.S. law.

At his next public propaganda event the deplorables in attendance "spontaneously" starting chanting "send her back" after he'd whipped them into a frenzy by repeating several hateful lies, he threw said deplorables under a bus claiming, "I didn't say it. They said it." The fellow whose words they were parroting, very likely lead by paid members of his team sprinkled throughout the crowd, disavowed himself of the sentiment saying he doesn't agree with it. The words he Tweeted, and then doubled down on, and then tripled down on, and then said again during this very rally...he doesn't agree with. 

And still, they cheered.

In other heart wrenching news, before his suicide, lead singer of Frightened Rabbit Scott Hutchison asked some musician friends to record their own versions of songs from the brilliant The Midnight Organ Fight album to celebrate it's 10th anniversary. They did, and the resultant album Tiny Changes landed on my desk a few weeks ago. I couldn't find the nerve to listen to it. I was afraid that songs I love would be mangled, and afraid to hear one song in particular which I haven't listened to since Scott took his life. Well, the record came out this week, so I had to listen. I made it through that one, "Floating In The Forth," with just tears, but when Julien Baker's take on "The Modern Leper" reached the line, "I've got this disease I can't shake and I'm just rattling through life" the full-on blubbering began and long outlasted the song. I'm still feeling that one.

So, if you were a Frightened Rabbit fan, check out the record, there are several worthy covers on it, and for those who weren't partial to Scott's brogue (you scoundrels know who you are), I urge you to give these versions a listen. Scott's lyrics are worth the effort.

Today's 480 Minutes show will feature Frightened Rabbit covers by The Twilight Sad, Wintersleep, Katie Harkin and Sarah Silverman, and the aforementioned Julien Baker, plus original music by Color Cult (Buffalo, NY), Drab Majesty (Los Angeles, CA, @drabmajesty), Gauche (Washington, D.C., @GetWithGauche), Goon (Los Angeles, CA, @goonband), Kyle Craft (Portland, OR, @KyleCraftMusic), and Squid (Brighton/London, England, @squidbanduk).

480 Minutes is live-hosted from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. Eastern U.S. Time and is followed by 2 hours of uninterrupted music. The show is then rebroadcast in it's entirety beginning at 7 p.m., then again on Saturday at 5 a.m. and 3 p.m., and one final time on Sunday at 1 a.m., followed by a rebroadcast of this week's Fuzzy Road radio show at 11 a.m. and then a couple of old 480 Minutes episodes from this week in past years, making for hosted shows all weekend long.

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480 Minutes / Year 15 - Episode 25/656

Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Planned Fuzzy Rerun

Life and hand surgeons sometimes get in the way, and that is the case today, making the Fuzzy Road radio show a planned rerun this week. The rerun is from July of 2015, a time when Fuzzy really starting hitting its lurching, uneven stride.  Enjoy!

Monday, July 15, 2019

BAGeL Radio Air Play Charts

BAGeL Radio Air Play for the week ending 7/12/19
Top 30 Air Play
Rank - Artist - Record - Label

1 - MATTIEL - SATIS FACTORY - ATO
2 - OPERATORS - Radiant Dawn - Last Gang
3 - FONTAINES DC - Dogrel - Partisan
4 - WILD WING - New Futures - Self-Released
5 - CLINIC - Wheeltappers And Shunters - Domino
6 - ART BRUT - Wham! Bang! Pow! Let's Rock Out! - Alcopop!
7 - POW! - Shift - Castle Face
8 - CONTROL TOP - Covert Contracts - Get Better
9 - OLDEN YOLK - Olden Yolk - Trouble in Mind
10 - MONEY FOR ROPE - Picture Us - Cheersqaud
11 - FRENCH VANILLA - How Am I Not Myself? - Danger Collective
12 - SEBADOH - Act Surprised - Dangerbird
13 - TY SEGALL - First Taste - Drag City
14 - JOHN COZZ - Deep Fried [EP] - Sniffling Indie Kids
15 - PETER PERRETT - Humanworld - Domino
16 - SUMMER CANNIBALS - Can't Tell Me Know - Tiny Engines
17 - PLAGUE VENDOR - By Night - Epitaph
18 - TACOCAT - This Mess Is A Place - Sub Pop
19 - HASH REDACTOR - Drecksound - Captured Tracks
20 - MAL BLUM - Pity Boy - Don Giovanni
21 - GOTOBEDS, THE - Debt Begins At 30 - Sub Pop
22 - KRISTIN HERSH - Possible Dust Clouds - Fire
23 - FAT WHITE FAMILY - Serfs Up! - Domino
24 - POTTERY - No. 1 [EP] - Partisan
25 - AMYL AND THE SNIFFERS - Amyl and the Sniffers - ATO
26 - PIP BLOM - Boat - Heavenly/PIAS
27 - AA BONDY - Enderness - Fat Possum
28 - COSMONAUTS - Star 69 - Burger
29 - SECOND STILL - Violet Phase - Fabrika
30 - TITUS ANDRONICUS - An Obelisk - Merge

Radio 200 Adds (new releases added to rotation)
Rank - ARTIST - Recording - Label

1 - AUTOGRAMM - "Bad Day" b/w "Quiero Estar Sedado" (single) - Jarama
2 - BLACK KEYS, THE - Let's Rock - Easy Eye Sound/Nonesuch
3 - HONEY RADAR - Ruby Puff Of Dust - What's Your Rupture?
4 - NATIONAL, THE - I Am Easy To Find - 4AD/Beggars Group
5 - THOM YORKE - Anima - XL/Beggars Group
6 - VERSUS - "Gravity" b/w "Mummified" (single) - Ernest Jenning

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