Light a candle, turn the lights down low, and slide into your silkiest under things. Now you’re ready to have your ears filled with the sultry sounds of a Canadian singing about Elvis… Hey look, it’s sexier than it sounds. You’ll just have to trust us on that one. Come get crazy moist with us… Read More Black Velvet by Alannah Myles
Can you imagine getting a hundred phone calls a day for, not only a person that doesn’t live there, but a person that doesn’t even exsist? That’s the nightmare that hundreds of people (some probably named Jenny…) have had to endure for nearly 40 years. For a good time, dial up this weeks episode as… Read More 86753O9 Jenny by Tommy Tutone
Envision a world without rock-n-roll, where robots serve you fried chicken and make your hair appointments. Rockers, rise up and fight the righteous with us as we conquer Styx’s 1983 pop rock tune, Mr. Roboto.
On this week’s episode we try to make sense of a song criticizing the very industry it was begrudgingly breaking into. That was the bratty genius of, Pavement’s 1994 indie classic, “Cut Your Hair”.