Drop a tab of Ol’ Glory and let’s see if you recognize yourself when it’s all over. It’s a real trip.
Tons of vintage goodies plus fresh tracks from White Mystery, Kadhja Bonet, The Breeders, Captain Suun, the 86’s and of course new releases from Beyond Beyond Is Beyond. All curated for maximum aural pleasure and mind expansion.
Full playlist below-> Continue reading #1820: Torn Curtain
As James Brown said, we’re dealing with a very critical and crucial time. Aside from the overwhelming big picture there are plenty of folks out there who find their own personal picture too much to look at all at once. This mix is for those folks. For everyone, really.
It’s an all vinyl exploration of the dark inner places and their accompanying emotions and sentiments, presented without presenter interruption so you have plenty of room to stretch. If it helps you feel better, that’s great! If you’re still not okay, well, it’s okay to not be okay. I’m here to help you ride the wave.
Full playlist below-> Continue reading #1819: Getting To Me
I live in NYC and there’s a lot of noise here, but it’s nothing like the noise on the internet and in the media that’s drowning out all rational thought. Here are some wild sounds to wipe away all the garbage and give you room to clear your head.
Vintage rowdiness and brand new tunes from Sun Voyager, Netherlands, Riding Easy Records, Ten High, Secret Colours, The Left Outsides, Beyond Beyond Is Beyond and many more.
Continue reading #1814: Fade Me Out
Turns out there’s a long history of people gathering together and yelling for change, and like the gods of old it’s arguable that anyone with the power to change things is competent enough or even cares to do so. Here’s a slew of psych, funk, garage and more to keep your inner fire stoked.
Full playlist below->
Continue reading #1809: Rain Dance
Welcome to the first episode of Old Time Religion to air on Brooklyn’s The Face Radio! Big love to Kurtis Powers (who also got the show on at Affinity Radio) for having me, and to all the listeners new and old who join in each week.
This week’s gonna sound familiar to my long time listeners. It’s a primer for the new ears, a mix of all the old and new punk, psych, stoner, funk and more that defines Old Time Religion. Old stuff, new stuff, damn good stuff. Enjoy, and welcome!
Full playlist below-> Continue reading #1808: Raw Dealings
This one’s a mixed bag primed for finding yourself so clear your mind and let’s find our way.
Big announcement this week is that I’ll be joining the Face Radio network via my pal Kurtis Powers. From now on you can hear the show at it’s usual time on AffinityRadio.net and again on Thursdays from 12-2pm EST on TheFaceRadioBK.com.
Thanks to every station that’s had me by and big love to all you folks who keep tuning in every week!
Full playlist below–> Continue reading #1807: I Know What I Am
Modern and vintage from the goodie pile to help your mind wander!
Brand new tracks from fellow New Yorkers Caroline Rose, The Men, and NETHERLANDS plus old school wonders and other modern badassery.
Full playlist below-> Continue reading #1806: Walkabout
This one goes out to the kids. It’s all theirs in the end, anyway.
Classic riffs, future trips, old-soul funk and left-field junk.
Full playlist below-> Continue reading #1805: Youth On Stuff
Life is fleeting and time online makes it seem even more so.
I’m paradoxically asking you to log on in order to spend some time logged out.
Vintage punk, garage and soul meld with some neo-grunge and stoner rock to lift you outta the daily swamp runoff from the internet.
Full playlist below–>
Continue reading #1804: It Will Evaporate
Love is often intense, messed up, wonderful, unforgettable, complicated.
That’s not today’s theme per se but it’s the theme of 95% of all songs so close enough.
Come get summa this lurve.
Full playlist below–>
Continue reading #1803: All The Love That I’m Giving
My own personal, musical state of the union designed to keep you afloat.
All sorts of vintage ephemera and brand new tracks from Here Lies Man, Ty Segall, Ampline, River Cult, The Harlequins, plus a handful from Dizzybird Records outta Grand Rapids.
Keep your head up. Keep breathing.
Full playlist below–> Continue reading #1802: Struggling For Air
Welcome to 2018!
Everyone has so many plans, predictions, resolutions and such that it’s easy to feel hemmed in. Like you’re in a corral with nowhere to go. As it is with all the good innovators, though, you have to take a look to either side. Look up and down. Find the weakest point and plow right through.
Here’s a list of weirdos, psychos, rabble rousers and loud motherfuckers. Here’s to a new and better year.
Vintage and modern wildness plus brand new tracks from King Gizzard, Black Delta Movement, Korto, The Men and more.
Full playlist below–> Continue reading #1801: Punching A Hole
There’s a reason so many legendary bands come from NYC. You’ve got the five boroughs plus the surrounding “metro area” and all of them feed bands into the NYC music scene. That’s a lot of competition and as a result you have a better chance of good stuff rising to the top. There’s something for everyone, and for me in the last year there have been of host of great sonic discoveries.
This set is a sort of aural exploration of the last year or so for me in NYC. This is a collection of bands I’ve seen live, record labels that I’ve followed, guests from the show, friends I’ve made and surprises from all corners of our sleepless city. It’s not THE comprehensive list for the super-hip by any means, but it’s my 2017 love letter to my favorite place in the world.
Full playlist and links below->
Continue reading #1744: You Ain’t Got No Choice
There’s a bit of a pop tinge to today’s show as we explore grey area and mixed messages. There’s a national conversation right now about what’s right and wrong and where the lines lay, and as usual I use sound to navigate. Explored via psychedelia, funk, indie, and alternative from all eras.
As Curtis Mayfield used to say, check out your mind.
Continue reading #1742: Mixed Up Mind
These mad days certainly seem to be overwhelming the sense of the world. Here’s a brew of new psychedelics and vintage rockers and funkiness to keep you steady and keep you from festering. Good luck out there, have a great week!
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Continue reading #1741: Can’t Leave It Alone