Asbury Park’s Yawn Mower plugged in and played live, with drums, in the studio with us last night. First time we’ve had drums, second time we’ve had an electric instrument, and the walls didn’t cave in. Check it out here:
Sugarfest happened this past weekend at the Citizen in Jersey City. Though the ridiculously hot weather stifled attendance a bit, the shows themselves were excellent. Thanks to The Brixton Riot, The Karyn Kuhl Band, Fruit & Flowers, Dentist, Miss Ohio, Kerbivore, Sink Tapes, and Stuyvesant for being awesome. Particularly The Brixton Riot, who stepped in for a band that bailed…
One of our favorite new bands is Brooklyn’s Fruit & Flowers. Check out this week’s broadcast, which featured a stunning live performance by the band.
Little Dickman recording artists Sharkmuffin joined us in the studio last night for an interview, plus we divulged all eight bands for our upcoming SUGARFEST shows at The Citizen in Jersey City. Listen up here:
Our pal Peter Horvath of the great band The Anderson Council joined us in the studio last night for an interview and live performance. As usual, he was great. Check it here:
Sam Taylor from NJ’s Psychiatric Metaphors joins us in the studio for an interview, as we debut their new single “The Parasite.” Plus, lots of new rock. Check it out here:
Nick Casertano from Slippertails joins us in the studio for a live acoustic performance, and we reveal some details about our upcoming SUGARFEST shows, August 12 and 13 at The Citizen in Jersey City. Listen up:
Great Signal To Noise program last night, featuring a performance by Hoboken music veteran Karyn Kuhl, along with percussionist Jonpaul Pantozzi. Check out the Johnny Cash cover, in honor of those we lost in Orlando this week.
We’ve been really fucking busy. But we did do a Signal To Noise last week, and it featured the great James Appio of CoolDadMusic.com, so please give it a listen:
This week’s Signal To Noise program featured a marathon interview/live performance from Mike V., Catherine, and Scott from The Everymen. Hitting the road to support their brand new album These Mad Dogs Need Heroes, the band invaded the studio and hung out for well over an hour of enjoyable stories and songs. Listen here: