Falco from Future of the Left/Mclusky joins Neutron from across the pond to speak about middle class bands, scimitars and to debut a Tremendous Fence song. Later, SF noisepop rocker Bill Taylor comes in to speak about his band’s new record “Year of the Snake”. All this, and the rock solid tunes that you have come to expect with the Protonic Reversal.
(stream and download – Episode 4)
00:05:03 Body Futures – (That’s a) Big Smile (For Somebody About To Drown)*
00:09:22 Dead Rider – Of One Thousand
00:14:56 Turbo Lightning – Perfect Swell
00:18:28 mclusky – Lightsabre Cocksucking Blues
00:21:27 Future of the Left – Donny of the Decks
00:24:20 Andrew Falkous (Falco) interview.
Middle class band finances. Being thankful to not be Muse.
00:33:20 Future of the Left – Sheena is a T-Shirt Salesman
00:35:21 Andrew Falkous (Falco) interview Part II.
J. Mascis as singer of the Crash Test Dummies and other cruel tricks for dear friends. Lenny Kravitz as a founding member of fugazi. The debut of Tremendous Fence. Band names.
Controlled arguments (without Scimitars)
00:57:57 Tremendous Fence – Christian Fitness*
01:00:34 Future of the Left – I Don’t Know What You Ketamine (But I Think I Love You)
01:03:27 Interview with Bill Taylor from Songs for Snakes
on Rocket From the Crypt how a song for a snake became a band, May 28th 2014 record release show at Bottom of the Hill.
01:10:34 Songs for Snakes – Trust Falls
01:14:03 Songs for Snakes – I Felt 13
01:17:11 Interview with Bill Taylor from Songs for Snakes part 2
Peppercorn begat Shoehouse which begat Songs for Snakes
being told to like bands… Bob Mould and more. Losing perspective on recording
01:26:35 Songs for Snakes – She Is Not Impressed
01:29:30 Songs for Snakes – F.E.A.R.
Fuck Everything and Run, False Expectations Appearing Real
Bill’s take on the current SF Music scene. Gargling kitty litter vocals, and the story behind Bill the Grill: Trained classical Shelf.
01:40:27 Hurry Up Shotgun – Witches in the Garden
01:43:41 Cables and Arms – November Gales
01:46:49 Interview with Bill Taylor from Songs for Snakes part 3
Closing out. Stalking Bob Mould at Safeway.
Bill Taylor don’t tweet.
01:52:00 Shellac – The End of Radio (show close)