Commericals in Episodes 183 & 184 of SLTM (the Podcast)

More Commercials. More chances for you to share and promote some good music. Please take these commercials and use them in your podcast. Post them on your site or send them to a friend. We produce, write and voice them to get the word out about new music. We hope you’ll help that cause and pass them along. Bon Voyage! Commercials heard in Episodes 183 and 184 of SLTM (the Podcast) Two Victory and Associates commercials Two Rabbit Holes commercials Victory and Associates bandcamp Rabbit Holes Bandcamp Rabbit Holes Commercial #1 [ 0:43 ] Play Now | Play in Popup | Download Rabbit Holes Commercial #2 [ 0:55 ] Play Now | Play in Popup | Download Victory and Associates Commercial #1 [ 0:55 ] Play Now | Play in Popup | Download Victory and Associates Commercial #2 [ 0:50 ] Play Now | Play in Popup |...

If you were to die, it would be my good luck

While I have a few minutes to waste, I would like to speak to you about one of my least favorite things. People pretending to be your friend through false nice-ities. By which I mean, those stupid a-holes at the bank, handling your money and smiling at you, pretending to like you. “Oh, would you like a piece of candy Mr. Chevron?”. “Please impregnate my daughter, I won’t get mad”. These half truth’s and shuttered feelings are nothing more than a clever rouse concocted by a layered multinational hit parade designed to part a fool (I.E.- Yours Truly) and his money (I.E. – My biscuits). Take my advice. Just chuck anything valuable you have into the storm sewer. In the end it will make you more happy and considering the source, be covered with less slime. MUSIC ON EPISODE 184 OF SLTM (THE PODCAST): Hung Up Abrogast Rabbit Holes Cayetna Twitching Tongues Other Links to Eyeball: Twitching Tongues Merch SLTM (the Podcast) Episode 184 Play Now | Play in Popup |...

Crimes – EP – Music review

Crimes – EP – Music review Crimes crimes EP Black Numbers 4 song EP. Cleaned up skeezoid rock. Originally released on cassette tape. It’s as if the Replacements kept releasing Pleased to meet me over and over again while aging, they would have polished those classic riffs into a fine diamond, getting the polish but loosing some of their dirty charm and abrasive legacy. This is a short blast of upper shelf rock music. In my youth I would have loved this type of manic, fool proof rock and roll, but I’m old and cynical, very bitter as well. Not saying I don’t enjoy this, I do, but it’s nothing new (what is?). The good thing is that this release and the band remind me of The Replacements and Triple Fast Action. Kind of driving, rocking songs with a slight scummy fuzz on the top, like the songs were very fresh twelve days ago but they’ve gone off, and now you can still enjoy them but they have a slight bottom of the shower look to them and an aftertaste. I would like to hear more from this band, look forward to it as a matter of fact. I could hear “Out in The West” in my stereo speakers, broadcasting from 107.1 WPGU if they took more chances and played music that wasn’t in the top twenty rotation over and over again until they over did it like a lazy kid cooking old school pudding. Alright, Crimes, I’m in. Now if you’re anything like any of the other bands in the past that have peeked my interest, you’ll take five years to put out a half baked album with songs about living in a drainage ditch and half nelsons. Prove me wrong. And Hey WPGU, take the belt off, let’s have a few songs on the air that haven’t been played a thousand times already. I know a band that has a four song EP you might find entertaining and very radio friendly. Music Review by Brad Bugos – brad@fatrobotradio.com Crimes on Black Numbers...

Yes, that is my real voice and no I do not take requests

This episode, and maybe you won’t notice it at all, is sped up. I took all the in between bits, mostly me talking, and sped them up. Not only to fit in six songs in one episode, but also to do something a little different. I’ve done 183 of these podcasts, and sometimes I like to do something completely moronic, well that’s most of the time, to keep it fresh and new. While this episode does none of that, it does offer you six different bands or artists and six different songs. So Enjoy that, back to normal next episode, whatever that means. MUSIC ON EPISODE 183 OF SONICALLY LOUD TUNEFUL MUSIC: Stornoway Atlantean Kodex White Wives Earthling Victory and Associates Passafire Other Links to Enjoy: Atlantean Kodex blog A-F Records Victory and Associates Bandcamp SLTM (the Podcast) Episode 183 [ 33:50 ] Play Now | Play in Popup |...

Crown – Psychurgy – Music Review

Crown – Psychurgy – Music Review Crown Psychurgy Candlelight Records crownritual.bandcamp.com/album/psychurgy Bandcamp page says it pretty well, “Two men, Two guitars, a voice and machine”. Throw in some heavy floating atmosphere and you’re almost there. Light on the dance, and less spacey than some, this fits a nice bill between the two metal and space rock camps. The throaty yelling/growling in the second song”Abyss” sets a nice tone for the record, it’s a bit of mind drifting heaviness, a little bit of lead in your soup. It feeds the growing feeling in my mind that there is no escape from this darkened rat hole and I may never live to see the light of day. My mind keeps wandering off, into dark dreaming places, trying to keep me warm and alive while at the same time slowly eating itself as it’s default protection mode. It knows there is no escape, and while it keeps me busy with the fluid drive of this music, it collapses upon itself slowly neutralizing and dying. Of course, that’s just the first song, and I’ve got a lot of creepy shit like that floating in my brain at all times, this just helps set that particular mood for me. Let’s see what else the band has to offer. This release has long passages of beautiful, layered nightmarish instrumentals. Playing music from this selection to add texture to a movie scene seems almost ridiculously simple. I hate to bring it up, but it would work so well in a desperate darkened scene. The rest of the record is pretty much the same type of music. Lots of atmospheric sludgery and doom. However, it’s the subtle imprints that it leaves that makes this release good to me. Some bands will over do it on either side, too much dreamy space noise or a too tight clenched fist on the throat approach. This Crown, I like their style and I like their ability to hold back just a bit to make it interesting and listenable all the way through. Recommended if you like growling doom metal or space rock/metal. Music Review by Brad Bugos – brad@fatrobotradio.com...

Commercials for Episodes 181 & 182

We, from time to time, like to make these stupid little commercials for the bands and labels we enjoy. Hoping that somehow our stupid creations will help in some small way to promote these releases. We play them on our show, and starting with Episode 1, the all new Fat Robot Radio Land. So please if you know a podcast that needs a commercial or if you would like to post them on your site to help promote new music, then please feel free to do so. We make them cause we can’t do anything else. Two sets of commercials posted below. two each for Griz and Diesto. Enjoy, share, love, get a haircut and listen. Diesto Griz Griz Commercial 1 [ 0:27 ] Play Now | Play in Popup | Download Griz Commercial 2 [ 0:25 ] Play Now | Play in Popup | Download Diesto Commercial 1 [ 1:09 ] Play Now | Play in Popup | Download Diesto Commercial 2 [ 1:07 ] Play Now | Play in Popup |...

I’m gonna split it like an Alberto Peach

Although this Episode of SLTM (the Podcast) was the last one recorded in 2013, it’s the first one posted in the New Year. We’ve got all new episodes, music reviews, and commercials for a month starting with Episode 182. So enjoy, or soak your head in mash potatoes, either way stop bothering us. MUSIC ON EPISODE 182 OF SLTM (THE PODCAST): The Book Burners Demon Lung Black Birds Prospekt U137 Don’t forget to check out our Facebook page for links to Steel Pole Bathtub goodness. or stop being a lazy fuck and google search them yourselves. Just do it during your refractory period. SLTM (the Podcast) Episode 182 [ 56:00 ] Play Now | Play in Popup |...

Akris – S/T – Domestic Genocide – Music Review

Akris – S/T – Domestic Genocide – Music Review AKRIS – S/T- Release– 9/24/2013 – Distributed by Domestic Genocide Music Review by Brad Bugos – brad@fatrobotradio.com Akris S/T Domestic Genocide This jumped out at me the very first listen through for the podcast. Heavy bass, but not overpowering and too dense, nice and sludgy and a bit crisp. In less deft hands this release could turn out to be a sludgy, droning bit of repetitive dirt bait, but bassist Helena Goldberg (who started Akris in 2008) turns this into a bass warm blanket that smothers the listener in sludgy dripping goodness. This self title release came out in September of 2013 on Domestic Genocide, and it’s clear from the very beginning what this band is all about. If you can’t figure it out from the drummed out bass lines from “Fighter Pilot” , then your head is dense in ways that concrete couldn’t impact. The female vocals are at times yelled, scratched, throaty and violent and others welcoming and smooth, something that helps draw you in along with the weighty bass lines. Not that bass thumping and heavy vocals are all that’s too this band, it’s a good share of the sound but there is other sounds and atmosphere, filled in the cracks and creavouses nicely. The Bass drives the songs, but the drums are the tires that help move the song along. I know, a car person I am not. The nice thing about this release is that it never fells repetitive or obnoxious, which I wonder if people will think when they here Bass driven. It’s metal, not dance music, and yeah, there are not a lot of bass driven bands out there, bu this works just fine. Heavy bass, thudding in your ear cap, rattling your brain around it’s pan with haunting then screaming female vocals. What’s not to like? I’d do yourself a favor and plaster your face trap with this before it escapes the musical atmosphere and floats away. It’s worth your time, it’s interesting and decently heavy and full. Kind of eating a doubler burger and then getting a punch in the stomach plate, before you barf all that beef back up onto the floor of Denny’s there’s a moment of uphoria and lightheadedness, it’s a beautiful feeling until you hit that extra mayo and pickle combo. Please check this out, give it a few listens, find them and at the very least hear a few of their songs and give them...

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