Dog Germs / PND (punk’s not dead) presents:

We start tonight’s show off with a quick tribute to Steve Albini (RIP) by playing some songs that he either played on or produced.
A few shows to talk about on tonight’s show…X Harlow on Friday at Fallout; Danny Blu, Young Medicine, Modal Citizan, and Trauma Mammal at Fallout on Saturday; and then EXTC: Terry Chambers and Friends on Wednesday, May 22nd, at The Tin Pan!
And then I have new music for you tonight from 16Volt, BRANNTSHATZ, PIG, A Certain Ratio, Robbie Quine, The Silence Industry, Spahn Ranch, Angelspit, Gasoline Invertebrate, Black Nail Cabaret, CVRBON DECVY, Delerium, 40 Octaves Below, and Ice Planet 9000, plus music from the new Talk Talk tribute album, Yesterday’s Favourites!

Upcoming shows:

X Harlow on Friday, May 17th, at Fallout
Danny Blu, Young Medicine, Modal Citizen, Trauma Mammal on Saturday, May 18th, at Fallout
EXTC: Terry Chambers And Friends on Wednesday, May 22nd, at The Tin Pan
Pain Generator, Livernois, Acheleg on Wednesday, May 29th, at Fallout
Charming Disaster on Saturday, June 1st, at Reveler
Nation Of Language w/Ian Sweet on Monday, June 10th, at The Broadberry
[:SITD:] on Tuesday, June 18th, at Fallout
Pain Generator, Eric Bayles, Acheleg, Gothic Lizard on Monday, July 1st, at Regency Square Mall
VR SEX on Wednesday, July 10th, at Richmond Music Hall
Small Black on Sunday, July 28th, at Richmond Music Hall
Faun on Tuesday. September 24th, at The National
Ultra Sunn on Monday, October 7th, at Fallout

    Dog Germs / PND (punk’s not dead)    May 14th, 2024

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Finding Sounds presents:

Hello

We made it to episode 30. This episode features very talented visual and audio wizard, SA Mayer, who also happens to be a good friend of mine. For this one, his half of the show was a mix including some recent rare CD rips, chants from the Decrees, TNT Roots dub, and much more hidden gems, including 4 new productions by him. For my half, I did the usual–mostly newly released music from rare artists, mostly ambient but it gets groovy. There is a new Pinecone Moonshine release on there, and some deep-fried internet baile remixes. So its not too lofty. There is also no tracklist for this episode per SA’s request. Anyway, enjoy, thank you for listening. Happy to have made it this far. Is this thing on?

Much love,

deskulling

    Finding Sounds    May 7th, 2024

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Club Unity presents:

 

Theodore III of EXT SRC subbing with some old and new broken beat tunes.

    Club Unity    May 5th, 2024

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Dog Germs / PND (punk’s not dead) presents:

Thanks to all the amazing donations that came in during our Spring Fund Drive…it’s because of you that I get to do what I do for you!
Three really cool shows to talk about on tonight’s show! On Sunday, May 5th, at the Warehouse, catch Disposal Unit, R-Complex, Fake Object, Life Appreciation Renewal, and Brown Piss perform live; on Friday, May 10th, you can catch Caligula Blushed: A Tribute To The Smiths and Morrissey; and then on Monday, May 13th, at the Richmond Music Hall, Vision Video returns with Tears For The Dying opening up! I’ll be playing you some amazing tracks to get you psyched up to see these great artists!
Plus, I have new music for you tonight from Robbie Quine, A Cloud Of Ravens, Sensuous Enemy, Erik Wollo, Michael Stearns, Hindu Pez, Flesh Field, Freakangel, and Dawn Of Ashes! I’ll also be playing a track from the band Conveniens who mailed me a copy of their 2007 album titled Clear!

Upcoming shows:

Disposal Unit, R-Complex, Fake Object, Life Appreciation Renewal, Brown Piss on Sunday, May 5th, at The Warehouse
Caligula Blushed: Tribute To The Smiths and Morrissey on Friday, May 10th, at The Canal Club
Vision video w/Tears For The Dying on Monday, May 13th, at Richmond Music Hall
Danny Blu, Young Medicine, Modal Citizen, Trauma Mammal on Saturday, May 18th, at Fallout
The Alarm w/Gene Loves Jezebel on Sunday, May 19th, at The National
EXTC: Terry Chambers And Friends on Monday, May 22nd, at The Tin Pan
Pain Generator, Livernois, Acheleg on Wednesday, May 29th, at Fallout
Nation Of Language w/Ian Sweet on Monday, June 10th, at The Broadberry
[:SITD:] on Tuesday, June 18th, at Fallout
Pain Generator, Eric Bayles, Acheleg, Gothic Lizard on Monday, July 1st, at Regency Square Mall
VR SEX on Wednesday, July 10th, at Richmond Music Hall
Faun on Tuesday. September 24th, at The National
Ultra Sunn on Monday, October 7th, at Fallout

    Dog Germs / PND (punk’s not dead)    April 30th, 2024

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Dream Girl Radio / EXT SRC presents:

 

Today I’m digging into some UK garage tunes including some a few old favorites, a few recent favorites, and some newer tracks that I found while putting together this playlist. My introduction to British electronic music started with jungle and drum & bass. It wasn’t until later when I researched the origins of dubstep and grime that garage got my attention. Artists like Zed Bias (who has some broken beat roots) or Flava D (with connections to dubstep artists like Swindle and Silkie) became favorites of mine and garage quickly became a staple in my driving playlists. I hope you enjoy the show!

https://www.mixcloud.com/tedikuma/ext-src-14-on-my-mind-042424/

    Dream Girl Radio / EXT SRC    April 24th, 2024

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Dog Germs / PND (punk’s not dead) presents:

More really cool live music coming at you in the next two weeks! This Saturday, Unknown Pleasures (Joy Division Tribute) will be playing at Fallout, so I will be playing you some Joy Division on the show tonight! On Friday, April 26th, at Fallout check out Parricide Sentence, Chains Of Desire, Snowbeasts, Fleshing Machine, and The Treasury…all of these bands will be featured on the show tonight! And I will play you a track from the latest TWRP album, who you can see live on Monday, April 29th, at the Richmond Music Hall!
I have a few new tracks for you tonight from :Wumpscut:, Glass Apple Bonzai, Night Club, and Principe Valiente!
All of this and more…including your requests!

Upcoming shows:

Unknown Pleasures (Joy Division Tribute) on Saturday, April 20th, at Fallout
Parricide Sentence, Chains Of Desire, Snowbeasts, Fleshing Machine, The Treasury on Friday, April 26th, at Fallout
TWRP, Trey Magnifique, Nelward on Monday, April 29th, at Richmond Music Hall
Disposal Unit, R-Complex, Fake Object, Life Appreciation Renewal, Brown Piss on Sunday, May 5th, at The Warehouse
Caligula Blushed: Tribute To The Smiths and Morrissey on Friday, May 10th, at The Canal Club
Vision video w/Tears For The Dying on Friday, May 13th, at Richmond Music Hall
Danny Blu, Young Medicine, Modal Citizen, Trauma Mammal on Saturday, May 18th, at Fallout
The Alarm w/Gene Loves Jezebel on Sunday, May 19th, at The National
EXTC: Terry Chambers And Friends on Monday, May 22nd, at The Tin Pan
Nation Of Language w/Ian Sweet on Monday, June 10th, at The Broadberry
Pain Generator, Eric Bayles, Acheleg, Gothic Lizard on Monday, July 1st, at Regency Square Mall
VR SEX on Wednesday, July 10th, at Richmond Music Hall
Faun on Tuesday. September 24th, at The National
Ultra Sunn on Monday, October 7th, at Fallout

    Dog Germs / PND (punk’s not dead)    April 16th, 2024

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Finding Sounds presents:

Hello

Here we are with episode 29. The first hour of this show features Boëthius, an Ankara-based musician/composer. We go way back first making contact on the internet exchanging tunes and talking shop. I have always thoroughly enjoyed their music and energy. In his hour, he plays a selection of songs while over it he discusses music and it’s connectivity, sitting down versus standing up, and how crazy this all is.

The second hour features my label, formforum, and a mix I made only from tracks out on the platform. formforum is an open platform label, built off of the user-submissions and small networks of musicians internationally. There are many release on the label which you can find on bandcamp and soundcloud (and below). We have two compilation, ‘Deaccession Forms’ and an all snare sample compilation, ‘Snares’. formforum is nothing without its contributors and for that I am forever grateful for how this all worked out, and for the depth of people’s love for the music. Boëthius also just released an album via formforum called ‘Echoes’.

Enjoy the music, and thank you for listening

    Finding Sounds    April 16th, 2024

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End Of The Century presents:

fully white cat sitting on top of a union jack pillow

Join DJ Miss Kitty for a special UK ediition of End of the Century. We’ll take a journey back in time from the dub hits o the late 1970s  and 80s through to the jungle beat era and hip hop of the 1990s.  All songs played today are by British (including the UK diaspora ) artists to give you a picture of British life at the End of the Century, innit.

    End Of The Century    April 6th, 2024

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Dog Germs / PND (punk’s not dead) presents:

More really cool shows happening in the next 14 days…Twin Tribes, Urban Heat, and Dancing Plague are playing tomorrow night at the Richmond Music Hall; Koffin Kats are playing next Tuesday, April 9th, at the Camel; and then on Sunday, April 14th, the Swans return to The Broadberry! You better believe I’m playing you some tracks from all of these amazing bands on tonight’s show!
I have new music on the show tonight from Dero Goi, Dawn Of Ashes, Trade Secrets, Aglaia, The Jesus And Mary Chain, Ride, You Shriek, and Angelspit!
Plus, I will be playing your requests too!

Upcoming shows:

Twin Tribes, Urban Heat, Dancing Plague on Wednesday, April 3rd, at Richmond Music Hall
Koffin Kats, The Queers, Die Today on Tuesday, April 9th, at The Camel
Swans w/Kristof Hahn on Sunday, April 14th, at The Broadberry
Parricide Sentence, Chains Of Desire, Snowbeasts, Fleshing Machine, The Treasury on Friday, April 26th, at Fallout
TWRP, Trey Magnifique, Nelward on Monday, April 29th, at Richmond Music Hall
Caligula Blushed: Tribute To The Smiths and Morrissey on Friday, May 10th, at The Canal Club
Vision video w/Tears For The Dying on Friday, May 13th, at Richmond Music Hall
The Alarm w/Gene Loves Jezebel on Sunday, May 19th, at The National
EXTC: Terry Chambers And Friends on Monday, May 22nd, at The Tin Pan
Nation Of Language on Monday, June 10th, at The Broadberry
Pain Generator, Eric Bayles, Acheleg, Gothic Lizard on Monday, July 1st, at Regency Square Mall
Faun on Tuesday. September 24th, at The National
Ultra Sunn on Monday, October 7th, at Fallout

    Dog Germs / PND (punk’s not dead)    April 2nd, 2024

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Dream Girl Radio / EXT SRC presents:

 

In a way I grew up on drum & bass music, but mostly through one album. Roni Size & Reprazent’s New Forms was the first CD I purchased with my own money. I was hunting for music similar to that of the game Wipeout and bought the album based solely on the cover art. After that I didn’t have much luck finding any related music. These were pre-algorithmic recommendation, pre-Last.FM, pre-AllMusic.com, pre-music magazine days. Living in a western Virginia city, all I had to go off of was what was in the “Dance” music section at FYE. Later on I learned more about jungle and drum & bass. In recent years the revival of jungle music has grown on me and I often thought I preferred that over cleaner styles like liquid drum & bass.

But, thanks in large part to Machinedrum, I’ve been exposed to artists like Alix Perez, Ivy Lab, dBridge, their labels and associated acts. While the production is focused and on-grid, it still has its roots in those Roni Size tracks I loved so much as a kid. So this mix is a bit of a deep dive in to that sound. I hope you enjoy the ride!

    Dream Girl Radio / EXT SRC    March 27th, 2024

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