Brand new heavy dubs from Burning Babylon (Beat Beat Beat); some great new global underground sounds from Secret Archives of the Vatican (Babylon Halt); a half-hour Groundation mix (to celebrate their 7/14 show in Minneapolis); an expanded re-release of Johnny Osbourne’s Studio One classic Truth and Rights (on Heartbeat); and much, much more…
My guests in the studio today were Leon McCormick of the band Who Nu and Jerry Eskridge of Casablanca Orchestra(CBO). They came in to share a new release with me produced by Leon and featuring Jerry on vocals. Today’s music was designed to keep you cool, however you interpret the word.
La Familia en Música, con saludos a Argentina en su independencia— y a los rehenes de Colombia, liberados y no liberados todavia/ The family in music, with greetings to Argentina on its Independence Day—and to the hostages of Colombia, freed and not freed yet.
Another fun record from Me First the Gimme Gimmes hit stores this week: Have Another Ball reveals the lighter side of these pop punks, as they take on the soft rock of the late 70s and early 80s…right down to the lovers-strolling-on-a-beach-at-sunset cover art. We heard Rich Girl this morning, and you’ll probably hear more from them on PWB in weeks to come. We also previewed the new Hold Steady record, in stores July 15th. That was just in the first hour—you might have still been asleep!