Here it is, folks! The 28th edition of Upside-Down Underground! This show was about the Punk and the Godfather after stumbling on the song named for such by The Who. My story today was titled, “Where did all the oats go?” Enjoy!
This week’s Tiger Cub Radio Bub jumps out of the gate with the pride of Walla Walla, Chastity Belt, and keeps up a fiery, frolicking pace with Protomartyr and R. Ring, Propagandhi, and MOOOOOOOOOOOORRRRRRREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE! ! LISTEN HERE
Punk/Garage PDX band Mouthbreather performs live in the KPSU studio
Another round for my dark companion The view from here is crowded now, I raise my glass My doppelgänger Smiles at me From across the room The great social issues mean less than nothing to the national pests On my TV screen I will wear only black and white and hide in the alleys […]
In memoriam of Peter Principle, I present to you the lyrics mysteriously omitted from the liner notes of Tuxedomoon’s exceptional postpunk album, Desire. Was the following verse, repeated twice in the song “Jinx”, considered dangerously existential sufficient to trigger censorship? Or was it merely a transcription error? Occam’s Razor says the latter, but the truth […]
Keith Moon was infamously uncontrollable in more ways than one. Apparently it was humanly impossible for him to simply play a consistent beat without adding fills and triplets throughout. His playing style was idiosyncratic and bombastic, but he had innate ability, so I guess if you’ve got it, flaunt it. And Keith, in the immortal […]
Hey it’s the newest Tiger Cub Radio Bub ready to serve as an enlivening soundtrack to an easygoing July evening. We hear from Kate Bush, Elvis Costello, Waxahatchee and so very much much MORE! Listen Here! Playlist
Hey it’s the newest Tiger Cub Radio Bub ready to serve as an enlivening soundtrack to an easygoing July evening. We hear from Kate Bush, Elvis Costello, Waxahatchee and so very much much MORE! Listen Here!
The Road to Nowhere returns with a reprise of its first episode: The Naked City. More slinky jazz, barroom wailers, cruising soundscapes, and paeans to urbanity. Thanks for coming back and listening! Love . . . DJ Finn