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Heat Wave Psych-out

Airing on Wednesday August 2nd, this week’s show is an hour of non-stop music. Some creamy and sparkling psychedelic rock, to be exact.

Here is the file

Morgan Delt – Escape Capsule
Heron Oblivion – Your Hollows
Triptides – Wake
Light Fantastic – Two Guitars
The Donkeys – Ride the Black Wave
The Psychic Alliance – Great God Pan
The Psychic Alliance – Yesteryear
Landlady – Solid Brass
Stef Chura – Spotted Gold
Brett Smiley – Queen of Hearts
Mega Bog – Fwee
Forth Wanderers – Nerves
WHY? – This Ole King
Hoops – Rules
Diet Cig – Harvard
Modern Lakes – A Long Goodbye

Funky Ragtime French Cafe

Live in the studio for this week’s episode of the SSVH. A whole hour of music that is so damn hard to describe. I shot a live video for the duration of the hour. Watch it here

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TOPS – The Hollow Sound of the Morning Chimes
Bobby Charles – Small Town Talk
Shintaro Sakamoto – [indiscernable japanese characters]
Amanaz – Green Apple
Cymande – Crawshay
Jonathan Richman – California Desert Party
Graeme Allwright – Qui a Tue Davy Moore
Colette Magny – Melocoton
Camille – Baby carni bird
Digable Planets – Black Ego
Danger Doom – Crosshairs
Raury- All We Need

Variety Replay plus Colonization 150

On today’s show:
Approximately 45 minutes of uninterrupted good music, followed by a pre-“canada day” explanation of why “Canada 150” is so whack. Hosted by Gabor Mate’s son, Aaron Mate!

The file is right here.

Lambchop – When You Were Mine
Vetiver – Strictly Rule
Devandra Banhart – Never Seen Such Good Things
Cotton Jones – Up a Tree
Vetiver – You May Be Blue
Mild High Club – Homage
M. Ward – Chinese Translation
Cass McCombs – The Same Thing
Dorothy Ashby – Invitation
Dirty Art Car – Queen Persephone
CAN – I’m So Green
Funkadelic – Can You Get to That
The Real News Network: Indigenous Activists See Canada’s 150th as ‘Celebration of Colonization’

Rockabilly Women

Wikipedia describes rockabilly music as one of the earliest styles of rock and roll music, dating back to the early 1950s in the United States, especially the South. As a genre it blends the sound of Western and R&b and a blend of bluegrass with rock and roll. Other important influences on rockabilly include western swing, boogie woogie, jump blues, and electric blues.[5]

This morning on the SSVH, we`re hearing the voices of women in rockabilly.
Brenda Lee – Dynamite
The Collins Kids – Hoy Hoy
Josie Kreuzer – Wild Man
Josie Kreuzer – Ball That Jack
Josie Kreuzer – Aint Got a Thing
Crystal & Runnin Wild – Tired of Your Lies
Crystal & Runnin Wild – Bad Boy
Crystal & Runnin Wild – Oh Gee Oh Gosh
Wanda Jackson – Who Shot Sam
Wanda Jackson – Bock-a-billy-Fever
Imelda May – Johnny Got a Boom Boom
Imelda May – Bad Habit
Imelda May – Psycho
Vicky Tafoya and the Big Beat – Come in Late
JD. McPherson – Head Over Heels
Kitty, Daisy & Lewis – Down on my Knees
LaVern Baker – Bumble Bee
Carolina & Her Rhythm Rockets – Jungle King
Messer Chups – Ghost Party
The Detroit Cobras – Putty