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Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Episode 17: Got a Bad Case of GBV

Here it is: episode 17 of Typhoid Radio! Download the mp3 here, stream it above, or subscribe to the feed on the right.

“Judas,” by The Wheelies. (Tacoma, WA.) From Never Say Die. http://store.swoonrecords.com/album/never-die

“Love Song for the Loveless,” by Terwilliger Curves. (Portland, OR.) Unreleased (exclusive to Typhoid Radio—woot!) https://terwilligercurves.bandcamp.com

“New Strangers” and “Subways,” by Hold/Transfer. (Boston, MA.) From self-titled. Http://holdtransfer.bandcamp.com

“The Sparks of Everything,” by Jesus on the Moon. (Tacoma, WA.) From Antimony. Www.jesusonthemoon.com

“Arcade Days,” by Umber Sleeping. (Tacoma, WA.) https://umbersleeping.bandcamp.com/

“France,” by Battersea. (Tacoma, WA.) From Daylights EP. https://www.facebook.com/Batterseatheband

“Ended,” by Roku Music. (Brisbane, Australia.) From Collider. https://sonicmasalarecords.bandcamp.com/album/collider

“Tell You Later,” by Lozen. (Tacoma, WA.) From Daddy Didn't Teach Us No Shame. https://lozenpower.bandcamp.com/

“Quietly Yours,” by Mirror Mirror. (Spokane, WA.) From Quietly Yours.


Thursday, October 9, 2014

Episode 16--Take the Power Back

Episode 16 of Typhoid Radio. Stream the episode above, click here to download the mp3, or bookmark the feed on the right. On this month's episode:

"Le Dragon," by Lozen. (Tacoma, WA.) From Para Vida. Http://lozenpower.bandcamp.com

Move On,” by Kramer. (Tacoma, WA.) From Kramer... And the Real World. http://kramer1.bandcamp.com/album/kramer

"The Elevator," by Terwilliger Curves. (Portland, OR.) From Unwrap the Past. Http://terwilligercurves.bandcamp.com

"Monumental Crush," by Terwilliger Curves. (Portland, OR.) From Unwrap the Past. Http://terwilligercurves.bandcamp.com

“Mr. Hyde,” by Killer Ghost. (Seattle, WA.) From the In the Forest Green EP. https://killerghost.bandcamp.com/

"Memory Box (Song for Ava)," by Crash City Saints. (Kalamazoo, MI.) From Glow in the Dark Music. https://crashcitysaints.bandcamp.com/

"Le Grand K," by Jesus on the Moon. (Tacoma, WA.) From Factoria. Www.jesusonthemoon.com

"Love in the Afterlife," by Mirror Mirror. (Spokane, WA.) From Love in the Afterlife single. Http://mirrormirror.bandcamp.com

“Jungle Canopy,” by People under the Sun. (Tacoma, WA.) From The Crystal Voyager. http://store.swoonrecords.com/album/the-crystal-voyager

Sunday, August 24, 2014

Episode 15--Wake up!

This month's episode is here! As always, you can listen to the episode by streaming it above or download it here. This month, I play some brand new material from People under the Sun, Kramer, Bullets or Balloons, Fruit Juice, and Mirror Mirror, as well as some tried and true Tacoma classics (with a little Seattle sprinkled in there).

“Wake up!”, by Kramer. (Tacoma, WA.) From Kramer... And the Real World. http://kramer1.bandcamp.com/album/kramer

“Toad,” by The Plastards. (Tacoma, WA.) From A Happy Trainwreck of Accidents. http://www.reverbnation.com/theplastards

“C New,” by Bullets or Balloons. (Olympia/Spokane, WA.) MVII-01. http://bulletsorballoons.bandcamp.com/

“Some Big Stranger,” by Fruit Juice. (Olympia, WA.) From Terra-Fi. http://www.facebook.com/fruitjuiceband

“Must Go Now!”, by People under the Sun. (Tacoma, WA.) From The Crystal Voyager. http://store.swoonrecords.com/album/the-crystal-voyager

“The Sleeping Sun,” by Umber Sleeping. (Tacoma, WA.) From Psychedelic Sci-Fi New Wave Fusion Band, Volume 1.

 “Seagull,” by The Elephants. (Tacoma, WA.) From The Elephants.

“Undivine,” by Mirror Mirror. (Spokane, WA.) From Segments. http://mirrormirror.bandcamp.com

“Luxuries,” by No Crown. (Seattle, WA.) From Luxuries. http://www.facebook.com/nocrownmusic

“When the String Breaks,” by Buffalo Tongue (Tacoma, WA.) http://soundcloud.com/buffalotongue

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Episode 14--Hot and Heavy

Here it is, a little late--episode 14.  Download the episode here, stream it above, or bookmark the feed on the right.  As always, submit your music if you have a band that you think should be heard.  


“Back&Forth&Round&Round,” by Stiff Spirit. (Seattle, WA.) From Just Say Ya Hate It. http://www.reverbnation.com/stiffspirit

“Elvis Was a Freemason,” by Amniotic Buzzsaw. (Bellingham, WA.) From With Pluto Gone, What's to Become of Uranus? http://amnioticbuzzsaw.com/

“Television Babies,” by Umber Sleeping. (Tacoma, WA.) From Psychedelic Sci-Fi New Wave Fusion Band, Volume 1.

“Three Friends and a Crystal Key,” by The Balloon Power Challenge. (Tacoma, WA.) From Peter Tietjen and the Balloon Power Challenge. http://petertietjenandtheballoonpowerchallenge2.bandcamp.com/album/the-balloon-power-challenge-vol-1


“Bottom of My Glass” by Wheelies. (Tacoma, WA.) From Never Die. http://www.facebook.com/wheeliestacoma


“Forbidden Fruit,” by Watermelon Sugar. (Tacoma, WA.) From their self-titled release. http://store.swoonrecords.com/album/watermelon-sugar


Weird Liars in Love,” by People under the Sun. (Tacoma, WA.) From Burgundy Mountain Morning, Night Train Night. http://swoonrecords.com/putsbandpage/


“Sooner or Later,” by Jesus on the Moon. (Tacoma, WA.) From Factoria. Www.jesusonthemoon.com


“Fuck and Destroy,” by Crash City Saints. (Kalamazoo, MI.) From I'm Only Looking. http://crashcitysaints.bandcamp.com/


“You've Worn out Your Welcome,” by Tummler and Solomon. (Tacoma, WA.) From You've Worn out Your Welcome. http://tummlerandsolomon.bandcamp.com/



Saturday, May 17, 2014

Episode 13--Long Live Mud

Episode 13 of Typhoid Radio.  This month, I debut an unheard track from Mudslug, play some new stuff and old stuff from the Tacoma record label Swoon, and some new releases from a couple Seattle bands, including Estafets and Killer Ghost.  You can stream the episode above, download the mp3 here, or subscribe to the RSS feed on the right.   I've also added some directions on how to subscribe to Typhoid Radio in iTunes.
“Tell the Gardener to Dig a Grave,” by People under the Sun. (Tacoma, WA.) From Burgundy Mountain Morning, Night Train Night. http://www.facebook.com/PeopleUnderTheSun

Unknown track, by Peter Tietjen and the Power Balloon Challenge. (Tacoma, WA.) From self-titled. http://petertietjenandtheballoonpowerchallenge2.bandcamp.com/

“Mist Song,” by the Celestials. (Olympia, WA.) From Peach Noise. http://thecelestials.bandcamp.com/

“Party Dress, “by Wheelies. (Tacoma, WA.) From Never Die. http://www.facebook.com/wheeliestacoma

“Shin Splints,” by Feral Child. (Tacoma, WA.) From This Is Glass. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Feral-Child/438467432846814

“Graveyard Girl,” by Killer Ghost. (Seattle, WA.) From Sad Boys Magic Club. http://www.facebook.com/diggitydownandthegraveyards

“Lost in the Promised,” by Jesus on the Moon. (Tacoma, WA.) From Factoria. www.jesusonthemoon.com

“227 Stitches,” by Estafets. (Seattle, WA.) From All Is Forgotten EP. http://estafets.bandcamp.com/

“A Righteous Offering,” by Tummler and Solomon. (Tacoma, WA.) From You've Worn Out Your Welcome. http://tummlerandsolomon.bandcamp.com/


“Shame,” by Mudslug. (Tacoma, WA.) Unreleased. http://www.facebook.com/mudslug


Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Episode 12: The Muskegon Episode

Episode 12 of Typhoid Radio.  This month, I pay homage to my hometown of Muskegon and the music that inspired me.  You can stream the episode above, download the mp3 here, or subscribe to an RSS feed on the right.  

“Wack Trucks,” by the Wack Trucks. (Muskegon, MI.) From How About Smash Rockin'. Released 1998.

“U,” by Miami Death Machine. (Muskegon, MI.) From Idiot Magnet.

“City of Devils,” by Miami Death Machine. From Idiot Magnet.

“Anyway,” by Salmon;beastman. (Muskegon, MI.) From Winter Song.

“Right Now,” by the Rick Johnson Rock and Roll Machine. From the April Singles.

“Shock Mount,” by Rapper's Guild. (Muskegon, MI.) From Solid Guild.

“Fuck You up the Ass,” by the Big Wheels. (Muskegon, MI.) From The Yellow Tape.

“For a Second I thought I was Meatloaf,” by Andy Mitchell. (Muskegon, MI.) From the Muskegon Music compilation.

“Believe Me Now,” by Super American Metal. (Muskegon, MI.)

“Pirate Dance,” by the Wack Trucks. (Muskegon, MI.) From Shake This. Released 2000.