Monday, October 28, 2013

Stoned Out Of My Mind | 10-27-13

Hey everyone, got a new edition of SOOMM for ya! So I found out Lou Reed died a few hours before doing the show, and it bummed me out, but I wanted to do something to help honor the man, so we start things off with the best L. Reed cover out there and that is Watery Love's take on "Leave Me Alone" which I have been known to play constantly on repeat while at work. Speaking of WL, they got a new single in the works comin out by the end of the year on In The Red Records, check out the sample track on Testostertunes soundcloud. Sick!! rest of today's podcast is full of lots of great shit including both sides of the new Gary Wrong Group and Wizzard Sleeve split single "Halloween Violence", both 2013 Kitchen's Floor singles which are actually retrospective I guess ("Regrets" originally released in 2010 but severely OOP since then and "Deadshits" recorded/released on CDr back in 2008) big thanks to R.I.P. Society and Easter Bilby Records for getting those out to the masses, the absolutely essential Ego Summit "The Room Isn't Big Enough" reissue on 540 Records, and some of the best stuff I've heard lately Sacred Product and Satanic Rockers both the brainchild of Lynton Denovan, and if my "Fu Kung" review didn't convince you to go check'em out well you can do it right here, top of the pops for 2013 without a doubt, plus lots more, tune in below (ps: i managed to save the last song from getting cut-off by splicing in a different rip of the ending, hopefully ya can barely notice):

Watery Love - Leave Me Alone (L. Reed R.I.P.) | Die With Dignity 7" | Siltbreeze | 2012
Gary Wrong Group - Dream Smasher | Halloween Violence 7" | Pelican Pow Wow / Jeth-Row | 2013
Constant Mongrel - Perks and the Thrills | Heavy Breathing | Siltbreeze | 2013
His Electro Blue Voice - Abuser | White Wall 7" | Bat Shit | 2012
His Electro Blue Voice - Born/Tired | Ruthless Sperm | Sub Pop | 2013
Lower Plenty - How Low Can A Punk Get? | Hard Rubbish | Easter Bilby / Special Award | 2012
Kitchen's Floor - Deadshits | Deadshits 7" | Easter Bilby | 2013
Kitchen's Floor - Dishes | *
Kitchen's Floor - Orbit | Regrets 7" | R.I.P. Society | 2013 orig. 2010
Kitchen's Floor - Regrets | *
Roachclip - Appearing Ill | Discovery Park | All Gone | 2013
Mordecai - Tongue | College Rock | Richie | 2013
Ego Summit - Illogical | The Room Isn't Big Enough | 540 / Old Age/No Age | 2013 orig. 1997
Wizzard Sleeve - Loupgarou | Halloween Violence 7" | *
Sacred Product - Another Shot At Life | s/t tape | Alberts Basement | 2013
Satanic Rockers - The Legendary Pignose | Fu Kung | Alberts Basement / Black Petal / Sunshine & Grease | 2013

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