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TOOL has finally released all of their music on streaming services. About 15 years too late but a step in the right direction. 

And every album simultaneously hit iTunes top 10. 

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Today's Under The Radar Radio is all Brit-Pop, including 4 tracks from the Pick Of The Week by Kaiser Chiefs (Leeds) called "Duck".   Also new tracks from both Gallagher brothers (Manchester), but not together, of course,  Idles (Bristol),  Ride (Oxford),  elbow (Manchester) and older faves from The Streets (Birmingham) The Charlatans (Cheshire), The Clash (London), The Jam (Surrey) and Stone Roses (Manchester)........plus more than that.     

Tea Time at 7.  You can have it iced, I won't tell

www.annarbors107one.com

www.thisisqmusic.com  (longer version, more songs).  

 

 

Then you can chill out with Sonic Bliss for 3 hours of non-stop Trip Hop, Dream Pop, Ambient and World Grooves - tonight featuring Bjork, Sigur Ros, Jeff Buckley,  Bebel Gilberto, Portishead, UNKLE, Red House Painters, Siouxsie Sioux and much, much more.   9 till Midnight - same stations.  

 

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On 8/3/2019 at 11:52 AM, Yoda said:

TOOL has finally released all of their music on streaming services. About 15 years too late but a step in the right direction. 

And every album simultaneously hit iTunes top 10. 

this meme made me think of this.... offering without any editorial perspective

 

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Under The Radar Radio #19-32
August 11, 2019  

Pick Of The Week
The Stooges - The Stooges (50th anniversary)

 

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7pm

The Stooges - 1969
New York Dolls - Personality Crisis
*The 40 Acre Mule - Make Up Your Mind
Velvet Starlings - Kids In Doves
The Replacements - Color Me Impressed
Joe Jackson - Got The Time
The Hives - Good Samaritan
Ty Segall - Taste
Devo  - Uncontrollable Urge
Starcrawler - Bet My Brains
The Stooges - No Fun
Velvet Underground - I'm Waiting For The Man
Pixies - Catfish Kate
Bleached - Daydraem
Parquet Courts - Black And White
Imperial Teen - We Do What We Do Best

8pm

Iggy Pop - James Bond
Toy Dolls - James Bond (Lives Down Our Street)
Titus Andronicus - Just Like Ringing A Bell
Electric Six - Danger, High Voltage
*Fontaines DC - Boys In The Better Land
The Stooges - I Wanna Be Your Dog
The Raconteurs - Don't Bother Me
Husker Du - Pink Turns To Blue
The Ramones - Psycho Therapy
Ex-Hex - Radiate
*Idles - Mercedes Marxist
*Gang Of Four - To **** With Poverty
DIIV - Skin Game
Sex Pistols - EMI
P.J. Harvey - Dress
The Stooges - Real Cool Time
Sleater-Kinney - Can I Go On

 

*only on Non Commercial version of show

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15 hours ago, Motor City Sonics said:

Thank You Billie Eilish for ending the reign of terror of Old Town Road.     

 

 

Don't you talk ill of Lil Nas. That man is a genius. 

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So I was in Portland this weekend (!) and attended the "Max Weinberg's Jukebox" show, Max being the drummer of the E Street Band and formerly of Conan's Late Night. The concept is that Max and a few other sessions musicians from New Jersey, a couple of whom were strong on vocals as well, hand out sheets of paper upon entering with 200 songs on them.  Springsteen, Petty, The Who, The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, The Ramones, The Beach Boys, The Animals, etc.  The crowd then calls out requests and Max's band ends up playing about 25 of those songs, with Max often dropping in anecdotes before the song if he knew the original band or songwriter personally. At one point Max wandered into the crowd to chat one on one about requests and in his temporary absence from stage Jim Wetherbee a 6-time Space Shuttle commander whom Max first met on a NASA tour back in '88, sat in on drums. It was that kind of night. So in some ways it's just a glorified pub act playing covers all night, but on the other hand Max has charisma, the other musicians seemed fairly talented, and the crowd of around 500 people enjoyed a good night of familiar songs in a relaxed atmosphere. $35,  2 miles away from our hotel. I probably wouldn't have paid much more than that or traveled much further than that, but glad I went. Max's drumming on I Can See For Miles was a highlight, IMO. I don't see the setlist from Portland posted, but here's one from San Francisco also last week to give you an idea.

https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/max-weinberg/2019/the-chapel-san-francisco-ca-539fe31d.html

 

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47 minutes ago, lordstanley said:

So I was in Portland this weekend (!) and attended the "Max Weinberg's Jukebox" show, Max being the drummer of the E Street Band and formerly of Conan's Late Night. The concept is that Max and a few other sessions musicians from New Jersey, a couple of whom were strong on vocals as well, hand out sheets of paper upon entering with 200 songs on them.  Springsteen, Petty, The Who, The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, The Ramones, The Beach Boys, The Animals, etc.  The crowd then calls out requests and Max's band ends up playing about 25 of those songs, with Max often dropping in anecdotes before the song if he knew the original band or songwriter personally. At one point Max wandered into the crowd to chat one on one about requests and in his temporary absence from stage Jim Wetherbee a 6-time Space Shuttle commander whom Max first met on a NASA tour back in '88, sat in on drums. It was that kind of night. So in some ways it's just a glorified pub act playing covers all night, but on the other hand Max has charisma, the other musicians seemed fairly talented, and the crowd of around 500 people enjoyed a good night of familiar songs in a relaxed atmosphere. $35,  2 miles away from our hotel. I probably wouldn't have paid much more than that or traveled much further than that, but glad I went. Max's drumming on I Can See For Miles was a highlight, IMO. I don't see the setlist from Portland posted, but here's one from San Francisco also last week to give you an idea.

https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/max-weinberg/2019/the-chapel-san-francisco-ca-539fe31d.html

That actually sounds really fun.

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Under The Radar Radio tonight - Pick Of The Week is the new album from the British Shoegaze band Ride "This Is Not A Safe Place".  Also new music from elbow,  Hundreth, Liam Gallagher, Foals, Johnny Marr and classics from Happy Mondays, Charlatans, Chapterhouse, The Jesus & Mary Chain - and more. 

7pm

www.annarbors107one  (107.1 in Ann Arbor)

or 

www.thisisqmusic.com  (94.5 in Grand Rapids/Kalamazoo/Muskegon) 

 

After that 3 hours to chill out with Sonic Bliss from 9 to Midnight -  Same Stations

 

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