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#1814: Fade Me Out

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.

 

 

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#1810: Time Trap

This week is ALL VINYL as I exercise a little inner exploration. Mostly modern psych and rock riffs with vintage touches in the second hour. Hang on, dig deep, rock out.

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every Tuesday from 5-7PM EST / 10-midnight GMT on AffinityRadio.net
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#1809: Rain Dance

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.

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#1808: Raw Dealings

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!

 

 

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#1806: Walkabout

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.

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#1805: Youth On Stuff

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.

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#1804: It Will Evaporate

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.

Get lifted.

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#1801: Punching A Hole

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.

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#1734: Bronze Behavior

All-vinyl show this week!

It’s been a couple months. There’s dust on the mixer, my finger’s heavy on the FX knobs. I’m working out the kinks, trying out new things. Keeps you young.

I won’t be winning any gold medals for this one but you can hear fresh tunes from The Rubs, Buffalo Killers, All Them Witches, The Evil Usses, Bonehawk & JuJu. There’s also a heaping helping of vintage soul and rock to help stave off the weight of our world’s depravity.

I’ll be spinning vinyl as Freelance Fiend at El Cortez in Bushwick this Thurs 10/19. Come hang out if you like. Click the flier for more details…

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#1731: Paradise For Sale

Such a mixed bag this week with nods to Marc Bolan’s being gone 40 years and the departures of Harry Dean Stanton and Husker Du’s Grant Hart, just as a start. Then settle in for sonic rumination on creativity, living in the now, planning for the future, and what love can do a person. Y’know, all the stuff songs are always about.
Dig in, trip out. Have a great week.

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#1730: We’re Flyin’ High

Earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, fires and a lot more is making this week hard for many out there. This week I try to keep it upbeat, with a nod to the late #HolgerCzukay of CAN and a new single from NYC’s own The Fluids. Some dad rock, some folk rock, some riff rock, funk and more to help you pull yourself outta the muck.
Have a badass week.

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#1729: Mirror Of Illusion

The chatter in our information age feels intolerable.
On one hand, it brings to light issues that’ve been ignored for too long. On the other hand, it doesn’t seem like our minds are meant to process information this fast. Who could blame you for feeling overwhelmed?

Much love to folks in Houston this week. Here are some tunes to stop thinking about things for a couple hours.

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#1728: Even With The Pills

Feeling a little stressed?  The pills ain’t gonna help, not really.  Let’s get the aural fix.  The musical solution.

Among other things, we’ve got fresh releases from Dustin Lovelis, Beck, Queens of the Stone Age, Porno Wolves and some serious vintage riffery.

Good luck out there.  Keep your head up.

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#1727: Daylight Ripoff

For the first time in a long time the U.S. put aside differences for a brief moment to watch the sun go dark.  A cosmic event and a moment for reflection on where we fit in to the world and beyond.  It didn’t last long but it was nice to know so many people were enjoying something together.

The title of this week’s show reflects the cynicism that creeps back in after such moments, and as we move forward I thought we could explore the recent sounds of psych, garage and more.  Every song in this set was made after 2014, with many being new releases this year.  Hope you enjoy, and that this can suffice as another small moment where we enjoy something together.

Links to all the bands and full playlist below->

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