Monday, November 28, 2011

Grown Up All Wrong - Volume 19

Warsaw • No Love Lost
Josef K • Radio Drill Time
Section 25 • After Image
Big in Japan • Suicide A Go Go
Crispy Ambulance • Deaf
Second Layer • Courts or War
The Diagram Brothers • Bricks
Blue Orchids • The House That Faded Out
The Passions • I Radiate
Sad Lovers and Giants • Colourless Dream
Royal Family and the Poor • Dominion
Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark • Messages
Cabaret Voltaire • Do The Mussolini (Headkick)
Minny Pops • Time
The Comsat Angels • Independence Day
The Names • Calcutta
The Durutti Column • Lips That Would Kiss
Dalek I Love You • Heat
Maximum Joy • In The Air
A Certain Ratio • Do the Du
Fire Engines • Candyskin
The Monochrome Set • The Etcetera Stroll


Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Grown Up All Wrong - Volume 18

Melvins • I’m Dry
Boris with Michio Kurihara • Starship Narrator
Lee Renaldo • New Groove Loop
High on Fire • 10,000 Years
Tetsuo • Heschbag
Dinosaur jr • Bulbs of Passion (John Peel session)
Lemon Kittens • Chalet D'Amour
Elliot Sharp/Carbon • Pnambic
Pterodactyl • Safe Like a Train
US Maple • Letter to ZZ Top
Xtatika • Immolation
The Dead C • Truth
End Result • Slash
The Pop Group • Trap
Boredoms • Bore Now Bore
Hair Police • untitled [track 3 from ‘Drawn Dead’]
Flipper • Life

This should sharpen you up and make you ready for a bit of the old ultra-violence

Wednesday, November 02, 2011

Grown Up All Wrong - Volume 17

David Bowie - Memory of a Free Festival (Space Oddity, 1969)
High Tide - Futilist's Lament (Sea Shanties, 1969)
Mighty Baby - House Without Windows (Mighty Baby, 1969)
Edgar Broughton Band - Chilly Morning Mama (Inside Out, 1972)
Amon Düül II - Green Bubble Raincoated Man (Wolf City, 1973)
Clark Hutchinson - The Summer Seems Longer (Blues, 1968)
Family - Wheels (A Song For Me, 1970)
Tractor - Little Girl In Yellow (Tractor, 1972)
Hawkwind - Brainbox Pollution (Doremi Fasol Latido, 1972)
Andromeda - Turn to Dust (Andromeda, 1969)
Elias Hulk - We Can Fly (Unchained, 1970)
Pink Fairies - Uncle Harry's Last Freakout (Never Never Land, 1971)

Pull up a grassy spot in the park, light a spliff and contemplate the universe while digging the ragged and naive sounds of the free festival scene.