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Sep
27

Just get me back to Goddamn Johnny Socko, so I can go outside and beat some Ass!

Please listen to this episode of SLTM (the Podcast). If you don’t my boss will strangle me unmerciful. He’s ruthless. See, he blames me for no one listening to his podcast. I can’t tell you the number of times I’ve had his smelly coffee breath in my face yelling “It’s your fault reject” and “I wish your mother would have punched you in the head less when you were a child”. Stuff like that, real hateful stuff. For some reason, he believes that he’s a genius or as he likes to call it “The Goldenest of the Golden Throats”. So please listen, drive the numbers up on this episode, make him happy for once in his miserable life. I think he had a hard childhood. Plus there is a giveaway on this episode, some free music and an interview clip with The Parson Red Heads. So tune it in! Music on this Episode of SLTM (the Podcast): Dead in the Dirt The Reveling Wolfpakk Duke of Norfolk BLIND PICK- Didjits- “BACKSTAGE PASSOUT” – Self Released LP Love of Everything Links to stuff mentioned on Episode 121: Independent Clauses Earsplit PR The Parson Red Heads Tiny Engines Records SLTM (the Podcast) Episode 121 [ 48:56 ] Play Now | Play in Popup |...
Sep
27

Complete Bison B.C. Interview Reggies Rock Club 9/17/2011

Here is the complete interview I did with James and Matt from Bison B.C. at Reggie’s Rock Club on September 17, 2011. Really good dudes, it was nice to talk to them and really cool of them to share a beer with me. Check out their last album DARK AGES on Metal Blade Records. Just a really solid, melodic and heavy record. One of my favorite Albums of 2010. Bison BC Complete Interview [ 14:57 ] Play Now | Play in Popup |...
Sep
21

The Place was heeving, Absolutley Chocker!

Welcome to Season Six of SLTM (the Podcast). On this episode there is a interview clip with Bison B.C. James and Matt were kind enough to sit down with me and talk about the band, their music and future plans. Nice guys too, they gave me a beer while we chatted. Their album DARK AGES is just a really good album, one of the best from last year, I even played it on my best of show in December of 2010 (check out that show for a song from the album). Plus there is good music a plenty on Episode 120. Don’t forget new episodes all the way until Thanksgiving break, that’s Ten Episodes of new music and me chattering away about nonsense. As my good buddy Steve Jiff always says “JUST TUNE IT IN!” Find us on Twitter – @frankdell45 or hit the button the side of the homepage. Find us on Facebook too! Music on this Episode of SLTM (the Podcast): Maltross Timeshares Chthonic Family Lumber Loney Dear Black Cobra Monochrome SLTM (the Podcast) Episode 120 [ 50:23 ] Play Now | Play in Popup |...
Sep
16

Nurses – Dracula- Album Review

Nurses – Dracula- Album Review Nurses – Dracula- SC Distribution – Releases September 20th 2011 – Review by Brad Bugos I’ve been listening to this new album from Nurses for a better part of two weeks. So all in all I would say about 10 complete play through of this album, 11 if you count that I’m listening to it as I type this review. Let me say this right off the bat, I haven’t written a music review in years, since my zine, SLTM (The Zine), went belly up or more like head between the legs vomiting. So this is a somewhat re-learned experience typing up a music review. Now about this album, DRACULA by Nurses. It’s really damn catchy. I mean this thing really hooks into you and even though I hate to say this, makes me generally happy that I can sit down and listen and talk about new music. Sometimes it’s a drag, getting all this music, because sometimes you have to wade through some really horrible shit to get to something decent. It’s times like this, when a record label will send you a digital copy to review, that it’s worth all the trouble. There are a lot of poppy soundscapes on this album, really almost hypnotically so. The songs all have a very strong pop/dance back beat or under current. It’s nice and subtle, nothing that just over powers the songs or your brain when your trying to enjoy a good pop song. I get the feeling that these guys could write a straight ahead pop ditty that would be wonderful, but that it would not have the same impact and joy that these songs do with something behind them. It just wouldn’t be as fun. Listen to the single “Trying to Reach You” and tell me that these guys can’t craft a damn fine pop song. They could be like some bands and add way to much and clutter up the song. Their strengths lie in their songwriting and their ability to allow enough to make the song enjoyable, catchy and interesting but not overdoing it. It’s a fine line that some bands just can’t walk, most want to over do it with the noises and atmosphere. “So Sweet” is one of my favorite tracks on the album, and really shows off why the band can create a fine song. It’s these danceable, rhythmic moments that they create for the listener that not only makes for a...
Sep
2

Rvins Full Interview at Mike N Mollys 8/19/2011

Nathan and Mao from Rvins, a Champaign area Heavy Rock Band, were kind enough to talk to me outside of Mike N Molly’s on August 19th 2011. We talked about their music, upcoming shows, releases on Nathan’s Error Records and more. We played a clip of the interview in Episode 119 of SLTM (the Podcast). Now here is the full conversation. If you enjoy the interview, follow the link below to Rvins Bandcamp site and listen to their music, and download their EP LUNGS and give em a few bucks for some good heavy music. Rvins Bandcamp Site Rvins Full Interview from 8/19/2011 [ 9:15 ] Play Now | Play in Popup |...

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