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Wednesday, 28 October 2020

Tuesday, 6 October 2020

WEEKLY SCHEDULE AND ARTISTS

WEEKLY SCHEDULE AND ARTISTS - STONER ROCK 24/7.Show Times 4pm,ish Repeated at 8pm ish uk time New and Newest tracks played Daily at Noon THIS WEEK..... 

 Tuesday 6th Oct - Red Spektor - "Heart of the renewed Sun" Fusing the more engaging key elements of psychedelic and classic rock, Brit rockers ‘Red Spektor’ spit out riffs that are hypnotic, energetic and genuinely gripping. The band are now set to release their hotly anticipated debut album through Kozmik-Artifactz. Recorded live and straight to tape in just seven days, Red Spektor’s debut has truly captured their organic and honest sound.

 Wednesday 7th - Amon Acid - "Paradigm Shift"  

Fuzz Friday 9th - Arcadian Child - "Protopsycho" Psyched, potent and intoxicating, they deliver their diverse rock melded with tripped-out ambience, hallucinogenic patterns and cathartic outbursts. Boasting a heady swagger, sophisticated riffs and purposeful lyrics their music echoes far and wide.
 
Sunday Classics - Pink Floyd - "Live in Pompeii". Pink Floyd: Live at Pompeii is a 1972 concert documentary film directed by Adrian Maben and featuring the English rock group Pink Floyd performing at the ancient Roman amphitheatre in Pompeii, Italy. Although the band perform a typical live set from the era, there is no audience beyond the basic film crew


Monday, 14 September 2020

Weekly Schedule updates for the Week

Weekly Artist Features and Full albums Schedule update Stoner/Desert and Heavy psych radio 24/7. Tuesday 15th September - ATW - "Nothing as the Ideal" Wednesday stoner Dayz - Kind - "Mental Nudge" Fuzz Friday - Mondo Generator - "Cocaine Rodeo" Sunday Psych - SARKH -" Kaskade" UK times - 4pm and repeated at 8pm Keep on keeping you Fuzzed all day.


Thursday, 10 September 2020

Artist feature Today. Sergeant Thunderhoof - "Delicate sound of thunderhoof"

Psychedelic tinged heavy grooves from the mystical realms of Somerset in England. The new full length acoustic LP from Sergeant Thunderhoof. Extraordinary new, chilled out interpretations of popular Hoof tracks. Includes beautiful new artwork from Sara-Jane Swettenham. Includes 3 tracks which were previously available digitally under the name 'Bedroom Acoustic Sessions. Re-mastered with 3 additional tracks, produced by Josh Gallo

Tuesday, 1 September 2020

Weekly Schedule updates

 Weekly Artist Features and Full albums Schedule update

Stoner/Desert and Heavy psych radio 24/7.
Wednesday stoner Dayz - Black Elephant new album
Fuzz Friday - Red Mesa - The path to the Deathless
Sunday Classics -Jerusalem- S/T
UK times - 2pm and repeated at 8pm
Keep on keeping you Fuzzed all day.



Wednesday, 26 August 2020

Brimstone Coven - "The Woes of a Mortal earth" full album from Noon, repeated at 6pm

Echoing the eerie reverberations of hard rock heavyweights like Black Sabbath and Pentagram mixed with the Classic Rock style of Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd, Brimstone Coven has created a vintage sound and style all their own.       Bandcamp    Facebook
Hailing from eastern Ohio, the band was conceptualized by vocalist/guitarist/songwriter Corey Roth in 2011. Corey recruited John Williams (vocals), Andrew D'Cagna (bass), and Justin Wood (drums) to complete the lineup. A five-song​ EP was self-released in 2012, followed by a full length in 2013.
2014 saw the band signing a two-album deal with veteran underground label Metal Blade Records. The first two recordings were repackaged and released under Metal Blade as one album, followed by the album Black Magic in early 2016. 2017 proved to be a transitional year for Brimstone Coven. The band parted ways with Metal Blade, as well as original vocalist John and drummer Justin. Dave Trik joined soon after to take over drumming duties and the band collectively decided to forge on as a trio. New songs were penned and the album What Was and What Shall Be was released independently in 2018. Fans responded very positively to the lineup change and new material. Three successful US tours to promote the album soon followed, covering the Northeast, Midwest and Southern states. The rest of 2019 was spent honing a new batch of songs and the band entered the studio in early 2020. The result would prove to be the band's darkest sounding album to date, entitled The Woes of a Mortal Earth. The new year also saw the trio signing a new deal with the venerable label Ripple Music. Despite the foreboding atmosphere of their new album, the future of Brimstone Coven has never looked so bright.


Saturday, 22 August 2020

SUNDAY CLASSIC ALBUM. Josefus - "Dead Man"

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Josefus was a rock band from Houston who has been credited as "one of the first models for the blunt sound of Texas hard rock and heavy metal." They were also mentioned in an article in Classic Rock titled "The Lost Pioneers of Heavy Metal". Band members Dave Mitchell and Ray Turner originally played together in a band in high school called Rip West. Along with Doug Tull, the two recorded a demo titled "I Love You." The group changed its name to Josefus when vocalist Pete Bailey joined the band. Phillip White, the band's second lead guitarist, left the band in 1969. They recorded an album in Phoenix, Arizona, during December 1969 with producer Jim Musil, and for a short while performed under the name Come. Their next album, Dead Man, was recorded in March 1970. Josefus performed its last concert in Houston, Texas, at an auto show, though the group would later reunite in the late 1970s. In 1978, they reunited with drummer Jerry Ontiberez. They recorded four singles that were released on the Hookah label (Slave Of Fear, Let Me Move You, Hard Luck, & Wheels). In 1990, Josefus once again reunited. Doug Tull was found hanged in a jail cell in Austin, Texas. So they joined forces with drummer Leesa Harrington-Squyres (currently with Lez Zeppelin, NYC) and recorded "Son Of Deadman" on Paradise Lost Records. This lineup has performed a handful of shows over the past two decades, one of which was recorded and released-"Halloween 2004". Recently (2011), Bassist Ray Turner, suffered a stroke which rendered him unable to play. Mark Weathers was brought back to the band, after two decades, to take over for Turner. Josefus has performed twice during 2011 and plans to continue performing regionally when Harrington-Squyres is available.