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Episode 46: Eastern Canada (minus Toronto)

This week we look at Eastern Canada. While I was compiling the songs I would use I found myself with enough bands from Toronto to do a separate podcast. That will come next week. For this week I present to you bands from Ontario, Quebec and the Maritimes. (Antichrist Television Blues) – The Arcade Fire […]

Video Of The Week: Sonic Youth – Sacred Trickster

I was going to leave this video for your weekend pleasure, Michael Jackson’s You Rock My World. A great movie type video featuring Marlon Brando amongst a few others but they don’t allow embedding. So instead, completely unrelated, I’m dropping Sacred Trickster, the new video from Sonic Youth’s The Eternal. Just a fun and twisted […]

INDIE CLASSIC 101: #11 NOFX – White Trash, Two Heebs and a Bean

Welcome students old and new… every Thursday until the sun blazes the Earth, the staff shall pay homage to the most classic indie albums of all time. No countdowns, or top 100 lists, just a weekly gaze into the Music Emissions vault. Let the education begin… NOFX (pronounced “no ef-ex”) is an American punk rock […]

The King Of Pop, Michael Jackson is dead at 50

I was minding my own business here at work and my wife called me asking me if it was true that Michael Jackson had died. A quick Google search on MJ confirmed that the King Of Pop had indeed died in a Los Angeles hospital after a cardiac arrest. This is one of those days […]

Recs from Michael Schmitt, Music Director for Future Perfect Radio

If you’ve been around the Music Emissions halls for a while you may remember mschmitt. Well he’s moved on to a new gig as Music Director for the online radio station Future Perfect Radio. We caught up with him to find out what’s hot right now in his mind. Here are his personal recommendations: 1. […]

“The Spirit of Roo” Part 3 – Day Two

Apologies to the two or three of you who expected a prompt sequel to my last dispatch from Manchester, Tennessee, and the sprawling, steaming, stinking, stimulating tent city that was Bonnaroo 2009. Our camp was a two-mile hike from Centeroo, where the venues and press compound (and Internet access) are located – a snaking path […]

Video of the Week: Iggy Pop – King of the Dogs

This week’s video is actually pretty cool. It’s an interactive video where you can choose one of three different versions of the video. It’s from Iggy Pop’s new album called Preliminaires and the track is King of the Dogs. Once the video is over you can choose one of the other versions:

INDIE CLASSIC 101: #10 QUICKSAND – MANIC COMPRESSION

Welcome students old and new… every Thursday until the sun blazes the Earth, the staff shall pay homage to the most classic indie albums of all time. No countdowns, or top 100 lists, just a weekly gaze into the Music Emissions vault. Let the education begin… Quicksand was a post-hardcore band from New York City […]

Recs from Mike Herrera (MxPx)

Mike Herrera from MxPx has a new Country band going and they are called Mike Herrera’s Tumbledown. He’s taken some time out to give you some great recommendations for the week. 1.  Neutral Boy-Weapons of Mass Seduction-if you like your punk rock dirty and beer soaked, this is the band for you. Find them in […]

Episode 45: Fridge Magnets

This week we are taking a break from the geographic specific podcasts and taking you into some of my favorite releases of late. All new releases but only really one new band in the mix and you can’t even consider them Rookies. That would be Fever Ray which features the female vocalist of The Knife. […]

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