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Episode 73: Basically Retro

posted August 10, 2010, 6:52 am by Brian Rutherford | Filed Under Podcast | comment 5 Comments

Tags: Nick Tolford, Slicks Box, Bassel, J-Roddy Walston and The Business, Bright Light Social Hour, Tame Impala, Civil Twilight


Hey everyone, welcome to another edition of Music Emissions podcast of the week. This week I ran off some new stuff that has grabbed my attention. Some of these artists are still a bit raw… Progressive Rock and a hint of 60′s Soul exists in almost all of these creatures playing. Some of it has a cheesiness, but all of them have a terrific future in music.

M.E.'s Podcast Of The Week

Enjoy…

Civil Twilight – Letters from the Sky
Tame Impala – Half Glass Full of Wine
Musab – Kool Aid (Ghetto Juice)
Bassel – Senseless Dreams
J-Roddy Walston and The Business – Used To Did
Nick Tolford – My Baby
Bright Light Social Hour – Back & Forth (part 2)

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5 Responses to “Episode 73: Basically Retro”

  1. Dennis Scanland dscanland on August 10th, 2010 4:20 pm

    Cheese comes on strong with that Nick Tolford song. Geez. I didn’t really care for J-Roddy Walston either. I liked the rest though. Civil Twilight does seem like a band to watch for. Bright Light Social Hour was another highlight. Thanks Brian! Enjoyed for the most part.

  2. Brian Rutherford hstisgod on August 10th, 2010 7:58 pm

    Thanks D, Yeah I feel ya on Nick Tolford, as I said in the podcast, that wasn’t my choice of songs to exemplify his potential…look into “Until I Walk Away”.

    I know Roddy is a bit repetitive and raw, but I really think theyre headed somewhere. Thank Benjy on Bright Light, I enjoyed them big time… Austin, TX does it again. How bout Bassel’s new stuff? I know its fairly reptetitive as well, but its an enormous maturation I think.

    Thanks for listening either way…

  3. Ben Oliver iamparadox on August 10th, 2010 10:57 pm

    Hey Brian let me tell ya about my faves. I don’t listen to radio much so I hadn’t heard that first one yet, wow! Thanks. I really liked Musab’s hip-hop track with Led Zep in the background, what a surprise. I guess my only disagreement would be the Tame Impala and Wolfmother comparsion.

  4. Brian Rutherford hstisgod on August 10th, 2010 11:30 pm

    Really? Dennis’ first reaction was Wolfmother…weird…honestly? theyre actually on the same label too..lol

  5.  Bassel on August 11th, 2010 9:48 am

    That’s probably the only Nick Tolford track that doesn’t appeal to me much… I would definitely check out a few other tracks. He’s got a soul reminiscent of Redding, Green, and just about any other late 1960 R&B sensation. Other tracks here sound pretty stellar for the most part. A good Wednesday playlist for a slow day of work… I’ll have to give it all a deeper listen.

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