I fell asleep at the bus station and I woke up in love

Sonically Loud Tuneful Music Episode 142 produced by Phil Chevron – philchevron@gmail.com Hosted and written by Brad Bugos – brad@fatrobotradio.com This Episode features music from: The Sun, the Moon, and The Stars OZ The Dirty Feathers Vendetta Sunny Shadows Black Numbers Records order page for The Sun, The Moon, The Stars LP The Dirty Feathers Bandcamp Site SLTM (the Podcast) Episode 142 [ 36:33 ] Play Now | Play in Popup |...

New Demon Beat/Elephant Child Split 7 inch Commercial

I really like the Demon Beat, one of my new favorite bands. I want everyone to find this band and enjoy them as much as I do. So, I wrote another commercial for the Split 7 inch they did with Elephant Child on Funny/Not Funny Records. Listen to the commercial, share it with your friend and follow the links below. Thank you The Demon Beat Bandcamp Funny/Not Funny Records order page for the Split 7 Inch The Demon Beat Commercial for Split 7 inch record [ 1:49 ] Play Now | Play in Popup |...

Joe Piscopo almost ate my sandwich

It was laying there on the craft services table, and it was clearly my sandwich. It was during the 1988 movie Dead Heat. I was a extra on that shoot, well at the start I was but you can see me in the scene at the clinic asking for some files in the background. Mr. Piscopo was always walking around trying to get the crew to laugh, jamming sandwiches into his mouth and doing spit takes with the Hawaiian Punch. It was a loose crew, and a fun shoot until the son of a bitch took my sandwich and tried to stuff the thing in his mouth. Now as an extra, your given a per diem, or a nice spread on the table that you can get a sandwich from after the “stars” are done. What happened next probably got me kicked out of Hollywood forever, I slapped Mr. Piscopo on the hand and demanded my sandwich back. He acted like it was part of the bit, but I knew he was mad. I was up for a part on Sidekicks, the Chuck Norris movie, but I know that Joe Piscopo was the one who nixed my getting the part of “Business Man”. I will never forgive him for that petty gesture. I don’t know where he is now, I think Mr. Piscopo died of cancer a couple years back. MUSIC ON EPISODE 141 of Sonically Loud Tuneful Music: The Love Below Nonagon A Whisper in the Noise Crescent Shield Des Ark SLTM (the Podcast) Episode 141 [ 36:12 ] Play Now | Play in Popup |...

Two Commercials for the new Co-Ed Pageant EP Winter Blitz

These are the clean and regular versions of the commercial that I wrote, voiced, and Co-produced for the new Co-Ed Pageant EP Winter Blitz. It’s available now for $1.00 or you can hear a song on SLTM (the Podcast) Episode 140. CHECK OUT THE NEW EP HERE – Coed Pageant The Seasons EPs Vol. 1: Winter Blitz Regular Version of the Co-Ed Pageant Commercial [ 1:30 ] Play Now | Play in Popup | Download Clean Version of the Co-ed Pageant Commercial [ 1:29 ] Play Now | Play in Popup |...

Steve Shiffman & The Land of No “Everlasting Sun” EP review

Steve Shiffman & The Land of No “Everlasting Sun” EP review Steve Shiffman & The Land of No – EVERLASTING NO EP – Bandcamp Site Music Review by Brad Bugos (brad@fatrobotradio.com) This EP is way too short, let’s start there. It’s only three songs, and as nice as it is to see a band not overdue it on a EP, this one could have used another song or two. The band has a nice groove working and then it’s over. What a shame. The first song really jumps out the window at ya. Right off the bat you can hear the bands strengths. It’s nice too, because they don’t take that change in the middle like most bands would by upping the tempo and going into overdrive mode. Nice restraint, most bands could not pull that off like this band does, it’s very welcome. It’s a nice mood-tempo song and jumping off at that point to rev up the engine would totally ruin it. The second song? Well, now here is the flavor, the little extra kick. See this band knows what the fuck it’s doing. I love the scream there “Runnin’ Around”, nice touch. This up beat number, about someone telling the other person in the relationship that they did them a favor by dragging them down and running around. I believe most people have heard that nonsense. “I had to fuck that chick baby, it’s for your own good”. It’s a catchy tune, a nice middle tune. I like the fuzz and distortion at the end too, a nice touch that I think some bands would just drive into the ground for the whole song. One of the hallmarks of a good band, in my opinion is the ability to know when to edit. Don’t drag out a good thing or a song when you can end it leaving the listener wanting more. Serves well on this song and really the whole EP. Song Three is just a good straight ahead pop/rock song. There is a nice longing in the vocals on this song. I like the waving guitar that finishes out the song, the way some songs should end but never do (why? because we have to repeat the chorus fifteen times so you remember the name of the song when you hear it on the radio. that’s why!). This solid pop/rock song carries out the EP with a nice flourish, a little instrumental interlude to finish out a fine EP. I would highly recommend listening to...

They didn’t like the way I tossed Salads!

Hello you Monkey Punch Bitch. Open your ears for some tasty audio treats. Not only does the host sound like an honey voiced angelic choir boy but the music featured herein is something to behold. So just download or stream this episode of Sonically Loud Tuneful music. Enjoy the ride, and please don’t forget to pack a lunch. Music on Episode 140 of SLTM (the Podcast): Co-ed Pageant Arcane Rifles Scale the Summit Midas Falls Prong Album Carved into Stone pre-order page Get A Life News on TVShowsondvd.com Soul Asylum new album info Southern Lord Recordings release of Dopesmoker by Sleep SLTM (the Podcast) Episode 140 [ 35:34 ] Play Now | Play in Popup |...

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