Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Fuzzy Road (Psych & Garage Rock Show) - Episode 24


Today we will debut a brand new song from the LA via Copenhagen duo, The Raveonettes.  We've played stuff of theirs before on Fuzzy Road and look forward to sharing with you a song from the album they released today.

Tune in today from 3 p.m. until 4:30 p.m. Eastern U.S. Time for an all new episode of Fuzzy Road, our psych, garage, and space rock radio show. Today's show will feature songs by The Jesus & Mary Chain, The Doors, The Fresh & Only's, The Tigermen, Ausmuteants, Hush Puppies,  and more.

This show is rebroadcast on Tuesday nights at 11 p.m. Eastern U.S. Time.


BAGeL Radio Airplay/CMJ Charts

for the week ending 7/18/14
Top 30 Airplay
Rank     ARTIST     Recording     Label

1 PARQUET COURTS Sunbathing Animal   What’s Your Rupture?
2 ZIG ZAGS Zig Zags   In The Red
3 BEVERLY Careers Kanine
4 JACK WHITE Lazaretto   Third Man
5 KUTOSIS Dream It Away Jealous Lovers Club
6 ISLAND BOY Basic Instincts   Rita
7 TOTAL CONTROL Typical System Iron Lung
8 BOB MOULD Beauty And Ruin    Merge
9 TURN TO CRIME  Can't Love Old Flame-Mugg And Bopp
10 ORWELLS Disgraceland    Canvasback
11 FLASHLIGHTS Bummer Summer Hard Rock
12 DEERS    Demo    Mom And Pop-Mermaid Ave.
13 TIJUANA PANTHERS  Wayne Interest  Innovative Leisure
14 HAUNTED HEARTS Initiation   Zoo
15 DEAD STARS Slumber    Old Flame
16 TOM VEK Luck Moshi Moshi
17 ED SCHRADER'S MUSIC BEAT Party Jail   Infinity Cat
18 SAY HI     Endless Wonder Barsuk
19 COLD BEAT  Over Me   Crime On The Moon
20 FRENCH STYLE FURS Is Exotic Bait    Frenchkiss
21 CLAP YOUR HANDS SAY YEAH    Only Run  Self-Released
22 LITTLE RACER    Modern Accent Papercup
23 LITTLE BARRIE    Shadow    Tummy Touch
24 DAN MELCHIOR UND DAS MENACE Hunger    Castle Face
25 DETROIT REBELLION The Man   Self-Released
26 GULP Season Sun Everloving
27 VULKANO Live Wild Die Free   Self-Released
28 DIRTY LUNGS Dirty Lungs Communicating Vessels
29 YEAH DADS  demand fun   Self-Released
30 GUY BLAKESLEE Ophelia Slowly Everloving

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

1 ARMY NAVY The Wilderness Inside The Fever Zone
2 JOHN HIATT  Terms Of My Surrender   New West
3 KESTRELS The Moon Is Shining Our Way Sonic Unyon
4 MUFFS    Whoop Dee Doo Burger
5 WRAY    Wray Communicating Vessels

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Friday, July 18, 2014

"480 Minutes" - Honeyblood/Muffs


Maybe I was hasty in writing off summertime releases.  We got a bunch of terrific submissions this week including singles byDeath From Above 1979 and J. Mascis, and albums by The Muffs and Honeyblood.

The comprehensive list of tunes debuting on today's edition of 480 Minutes includes songs by Army Navy (Los Angeles, CA, @JustinArmyNavy), Death From Above 1979 (Toronto, Canada, @dfa1979), Honeyblood (Glasgow, Scotland, @yumhoneyblood), J. Mascis (Dinosaur Jr., @JMascis), John Hiatt (Nashville, TN, @JohnHiattMusic), Kestrels (Halifax, Canada, @KestrelsHFX),  The Muffs (Los Angeles, CA, @TheActualMuffs), The Sugar Stems (Milwaukee, WI, @Sugar_Stems), and Wray (Birmingham, AL).

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Thursday, July 17, 2014

Whose Side Is The RIAA On?

This is a question that I ask myself every so often when the RIAA does things that are so obviously in the best interests of no one…like this:

A site that streams archived decades-old historical radio shows is under attack by the RIAA.

While I'm at it, I haven't posted one of these "who is running things and what are they thinking?" photos in a while, so here is how a label submitted an EP this week:


Yes, that is a single CD ($) in a slim CD case, in packaging ($) that could have easily held a dozen or more* ($$) full-sized jewel cases, sent via FedEx ($$), to a radio station which has been requesting digital servicing for years (saves product, packaging, postage, and labor costs)...but who cares, right?  All that wasted ($) is coming out of the artist's share.

*No, that is not hyperbole, yes, I did try this at home:


Time to bust out ye olde #RIAAsucks hashtags, folks, those guy are once again attempting to make the world a shittier place to be.

Addendum (7/17/14 10:28 p.m.) -- The record is something one might hear at a dance club on Ibiza, not on BAGeL Radio.  Thanks, label, for thinking of us.  I bet the poor artist thanks you, too, for wasting so much of his money for no reason.  I wonder how many more stations who don't play music anything like this received the same package…?