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Sunday, December 31, 2017

Bar the Door!

Bar the Door! -- Join us this new year's eve at 7:00 PM ET tonight for a new episode of The Real Nitty Gritty on WFMU's Rock-n-Soul ICHIBAN! Platters of savage R&B, gutbucket blues, gruesome garage, sweaty soul, greasy rockabilly & sleazy instrotrash served up for your pleasure!
Then Whig Out! at 8:00.
Streaming player, playlist and comments here:

Friday, December 29, 2017

Knuckle Dragger of the Week!


Sunday, December 24, 2017

Rollin' and Tumlin' tonight at 7:00 with The Real Nitty Gritty

Rollin' and Tumblin' -- tune in tonight at 7:00 PM ET for a new episode of The Real Nitty Gritty on WFMU's Rock-n-Soul ICHIBAN! Platters of savage R&B, gutbucket blues, gruesome garage, sweaty soul, greasy rockabilly & sleazy instrotrash served up for your pleasure!
Then Whig Out! at 8:00.
Streaming player, playlist and comments here:

Saturday, December 23, 2017

JEEZUS FUCK, IT'S CHRISTMAS!!! A Lux Interior Christmas Tape Compilation

Super giant thanks to Kristian Hoffman for sharing this on his Facebook Page. It's a picture of a tape Lux made with some amazing Christmas Music. A song or two from the Black Christmas tape, but much more swell tunes to sink your teeth in to.  Even an atheist would love it...

Kristian said it was ok to share, so it here it is!

Jeezus fuck, indeed!

(note, this isn't a copy of the "actual" tape, just a compilation of MP3's sourced elsewhere and sequenced like the tape)

SIDE_ONE (download)

SIDE_TWO (download)

Thursday, December 21, 2017

Merry Shakesmas! Make with the Shake goes seasonal tonight at 8pm EDT

Santa's got the shakes tonight on Ichiban! DJ Pat K (pictured, above-right) returns with a special episode of Make with the Shake featuring all of his favorite seasonal screamers and holiday hipshakers! Prepare to get your yule log crammed full of cheer and tinsel in all sorts of places where it doesn't belong! Only on Ichiban, tonight at 8pm EDT - click here for the live stream, playlist, chat, and archive!

Saturday, December 16, 2017

Knuckle Dragger of the Week!


PIZZA_SURE_IS_GOOD! (listen/download)

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

The Fringe Factory Live at Diamond St Studios Sessions: The Woolly Bushmen & The GTVs!

It's been a busy year  at The Fringe Factory HQ! One of many projects finally coming to fruition is The Fringe Factory Live at Diamond Street Studios Sessions! DJ Vikki Vaden hosts a semi-regular series of live recordings and interviews with both touring and local Atlanta bands influenced by 60s garage, psychedelia, soul, punk & FUZZZZ . All recorded at a cool little analog recording studio located right in the heart of Atlanta's Little 5 Points & run by the legendary Spencer Garn.

For this very first show, Vikki invites touring bands The Woolly Bushmen and The GTVs to Diamond Street to each play a few songs and have a record party pre-show. Then hilarity & chaos ensus as the bands and Vikki try to chat, argue with "Dr. Hollywood" the Woolly Bushmen's "manager" and drink perhaps too many beers before the evening rock-n-roll show.

You can also listen to it here!:

Cast of "Characters"
Hosted by Fringe Factory /WFMU Ichiban DJ Vikki Vaden
Co-Hosted by "Dr Hollywood"Aka Poppin Pietro, AKA Pietro DiGennaro aka "Peaches" 

The Woolly Bushmen:

Simon Palombi,VOX organ to guitar,
Jacob Miller:bass to guitar

Julian Palombi: Drums

The GTVs
Sam Steinig: Vocals, Organ/Piano|
Ron Wandover: Drums
Vince Duane: Guitar

Engineered by: Spencer Garn at Diamond Street Studios
Photography by: Mario Panebianco Photography

First Up The Woolly Bushmen!

Here come the GTVs! 

Spencer tries to figure out What is happening?!

Vikki & The GTVs

Listen here!:

Crayons to Perfume - DJ's Choice

Back by popular demand, it's DJ's Choice - the theme-less Crayons to Perfume! where djgirlgroupgirl plays whatever she so desires! I've been finding and thrifting some great new records recently, but have also been digging out some of my LP's and playing tracks I don't normally play - live Martha & The Vandellas, France Gall, Tammy, Konez Zsusa, Karo, The Caravelles all with a smattering of favorite seasonal girls. So sit back and take a mid-week break with the girls, from 7-8 pm right before The Fringe Factory.

Sunday, December 10, 2017

You Know What To Do -- The Real Nitty Gritty!

You Know What To Do -- Tonight at 7:00 it's a new episode of The Real Nitty Gritty on WFMU's Rock'n'Soul ICHIBAN. Streaming player, playlist and comments here:

Knuckle Dragger of the Week!


What brings this to true "Knuckle Dragger" status is that fact that this is a recording of Hanley Johnson singing OVER his original version of "Nose" that came out on JVB Records under the name Tye Tongue Hanley!  You can hear him really getting into it in the mid break...

Thursday, December 7, 2017

Tonight at 8pm EDT :: Make with the Shake with DJ Pat K!

Tonight! Get your hair done all the way up for another episode of Make with the Shake with DJ Pat K! Wild rock & soul killers, thrillers, & floor-fillers, plus Little Richard telling a story about an angel dust-fueled hotel orgy! Something for everyone!   Click here for the live stream, playlist, chatboard, & archive!

Saturday, December 2, 2017

Psychotronic Movie of the Week: The Manster (1959)

The Manster (aka The Split
1959, Shaw-Breakston Enterprises

D/P George P. Breakston D: Kenneth B. Krane S: Walter J. Sheldon 

Starring: Peter Dyneley, Jayne Hylton, Satoshi Nakamura, Terri Zimmern

Michael J. Weldon's review in Psychotronic Video #4: 

Originally released in America by Loppert on an incredible double bill with THE HORROR CHAMBER OF DR. FAUSTUS in 1962, this is the ultimate split personality movie. A man in a skinny gorilla suit kills some women in a bath. Blood splatters on the wall. Up in the mountains in a remote cave full of giant mushrooms and plants, we discover he's a mutant. Dr. Suzuki (Satoshi Nakumura) says, "You were my brother. You were an experiment that didn't work out. I'm sorry!," and shoots him. An ugly bug-eyed mutant screeching in a cage is his wife. Meanwhile Larry Stanford, an American journalist, shows up, is drugged and jabbed in the shoulder with a hypo. Star Peter Dyneley, who acts a lot like Lon Chaney, Jr., later provided the voice of Jeff Tracy for British THUNDERBIRDS movies. Back in Tokyo he gets drunk on sake and goes behind closed doors with with four gieshas. He misses his flight home. Suzuki sends his beautiful, obedient assistant Tera (Terri Zimmern) to further corrupt him in a mineral bath. Unshaven and hung over, the reporter ignores his worried, pleading wife, who arrives from New York. A priest is killed at a temple by a werewolf type hand . Two women are murdered on the street. At his room, Stanford sees an eyeball on his shoulder!!! - (a high point of screen surrealism). Soon a scary small extra head grows there. Both of his heads become uglier with big teeth and bugged out eyes. He kills a psychiatrist. The big climax takes place near a volcano. Behind a tree the Manster painfully splits into Stanford and a skinny ape man. They fight and both fall into a volcano!