• Mix 172


    Mix 172 "Falling Out, Falling In"

    01  Ataraxia - Deja Vu                    
    02  Ashra - Ice Train
    03  Henri Michel Raschle - The Magic Trip
    04  Ensemble Pittoresque - O.B.W.T.
    05  Rome - Der Brandtaucher
    06  Jon Anderson - Naon
    07  Harald Grosskopf - So Weit, So Gut
    08  Phew - Signal
    09  Michael Garrison - The Search
    10  Martin Rev - Mari
    11  Axxess - Dancing Shadows
    12  David Borden - Esty Point, Summer 1978
    13  Claude Larsen - Timbral Construction
    14  Herb Albert - Rotation
    15  Hunting Lodge - Tribal Warning Shot

    by TK Nicholson - October 2010

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  • EIS 012 Eyes Back on the Highway

    EIS 012 Eyes Back on the Highway

    A story of travel without destination.

    Scooter Tramp Scotty is a writer who’s lived on the road for over 20 years. Traveling across North America on an old Harley Davidson, Scotty never stays in a single place more than two months. In this episode, we find Scotty in New Orleans, Louisiana and Harlingen, Texas where he talks about becoming a drifter, finding places to stay, and the loneliness of the road.

    Photos by Robert Johansson 

    Music by Destruction Unit 
    Destruction Unit Live in San Francisco

    Episode 012 is sponsored by Audible.com.
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  • Mix 171


    Mix 171 "Early Uses of California Plants"

    01 The Summer Hits - Stony Creation
    02 The Go-Go's - Surfing And Spying
    03 The Hangmen - Bent
    04 The Flesh Eaters - See You In The Boneyard
    05 SSQ - Anonymous
    06 Faction - Let's Go Get Cokes
    07 The Weirdos - Life Of Crime
    08 The Deadbeats - Kill The Hippies
    09 Two Ton Boa - Bleeding Heart
    10 Desperate Teenage Lovedolls - Come On Up To Me.mp3
    11 Robina Chaffey Sings!
    12 The Motels - Counting (demo) 2
    13 Various Artists  - The Original Mixed-Up Kid

    by Max G Morton

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  • Mix 170


    Mix 170 "Space Mountain"

    Obsessed with Space Mountain. In September I rode it 17 times in 3 days. I listened to my own music.

    01  Brian Eno - The Big Ship
    02  Space Mountain 1977 TV commercial
    03  Front 242 - Operating Tracks
    04  Eleven Pond - Watching Trees
    05  Ministry - Same Old Madness
    06  Silicon Teens - Sun Flight
    07  No More - Suicide Commando
    08  Clan of Xymox - Stranger
    09  Martial Canterel - Windscreen
    10  Annie - Anthonio (Berlin Breakdown Version)
    11  Orchestral Manoeuvres In the Dark - Sacred Heart
    12  Psychic TV - The Orchids
    13  Orchestral Manoeuvres In the Dark - The New Stone Age
    14  Lou Reed - Waves Of Fear
    15  Chrome - Something Rythmic
    16  Fad Gadget - Ricky's Hand
    17  Coil - The Wheel

    by Eric Owens

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  • Mix 169


    Mix 169 "My Other Life Is a Failure"

    01  Takako Minekawa - "Destron"
    02  Foxtrott - "Colors"
    03  N8NOFACE - 'Return the Fire"
    04  Fancy Mike - "VVVV, 1977"
    05  Porter Wagoner - "The Rubber Room"
    06  Borghesia - "Secret Affair No 1"
    07  Robert Palmer - "Johnny and Mary"
    08  Jim Sullivan - "Jerome"
    09  Minny Pops - "Time"
    10  Danton's Voice - "I Hear the Bells"
    11  Adrian Younge Presents the Delfonics - "Stop and Look (And You Have Found Love)
    12  Klaus Weiss - "Survivor"
    13  John Maus - "Bennington"
    14  Landscape - "Norman Bates"
    15  Daroc - "Serie B"
    16  Tony Banks - "By You"
    17  Art Fact - "Building"
    18  Axxess - "Dancing Shadows"
    19  Van Halen - "Sunday Afternoon in the Park"
    20  Trust - "Candy Walls"
    21  Ultravox - "Vienna"

    by Bomarr 

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  • EIS 011 Something Can't Be Everything


    A story of consciousness, love, and magick in vintage Hollywood.

    Robin Baker dreamed of becoming a Hollywood starlet. As a teenager in the 60s, she became a Whisky a Go Go dancer, socializing with famous actors and musicians. After meeting and marrying Jim Baker, a World War II veteran, restaurant owner, and spiritual leader in Los Angeles, Robin’s life took a different path. With her husband, she established the Source Family, a commune with over 140 members. But when Jim changed his name to Father YoHoWha and adopted strange rules for the commune, Robin’s role in the family changed forever. 

    Photos by Isvett Verde 

    Music by Filthy Huns 

    Episode 011 is sponsored by Audible.
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  • Mix 168


    Mix 168: A Gentile Persuasion

    01 Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti - Baby
    02 Connan Mockasin - I'm The Man, That Will Find You
    03 Doug Hream Blunt - Gentle Persuasion
    04 Egyptian Lover - I Cry (Night After Night)
    05 Future Brown - Room 302 (feat. Tink)
    06 Maxwell - Ascension
    07 Minnie Riperton- Inside My Love
    08 Hako Yamasaki - Wandering.mp3
    09 FKA Twigs - Papi Pacify
    10 Spooky Black - Without U

    By Heather Corcoran

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  • Mix 167


    Mix 167 "Girls in the Night Traffic"

    01  Sabbath Assembly - Lucifer
    02  The True Werwolf - Vampyric Magic
    03  Nick Gilder - Got To Get Out
    04  One Tail, One Head - One Tail, One Head
    05  Clive Pig & the Hopeful Chinamen - Happy Birthday Sweet 16
    06  Marie Hoy & Friends - Shivers
    07  Joyless - Close to God
    08  The Hangmen - Yes I Do
    09  Atomizer  - Wish You Were A Beer 
    10  Armour - Can't Resist Your Spell
    11  Nuit Noire - I Am A Fairy
    12  The Hudson Brothers - Spinning The Wheel
    13  The Walker Brothers - Death of Romance

    by Max G Morton

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  • Mix 166


    Mix 166 "Only Death is Certain"

    SIDE A
    01  Coneheads (feat. Cal) - I Used to be a Cheesepuff
    02  Devo - S.I.B. (Sweilling Itchy Brain)
    03  The Grifters - Hate
    04  Marion Black - Listen Black Brother
    05  Q - CQP
    06  Fear - Let's Have a War
    07  Rudimentary Peni - The Evil Clergyman
    08  Voight-Kampff - Last House on the Right
    09  Mobb Deep - Hell on Earth (Front Lines)
    10  Fred Friction - I'm Goin' Blind

    SIDE B
    11  T.S.O.L. - Wash Away
    12  George Harrison - Ballad of Sir Frankie Crisp (Let it Roll)
    13  Hurula - Sluta Deppa Mig
    14  Fat Joe - The Shit is Real
    15  Crass - Contaminational Power
    16  Drunks With Guns - Enemy
    17  Bastard - Dear Cops
    18  The Proletariat - Options
    19  Life Like - Destruction Vice
    20  New Order - Truth
    21  Skinny Puppy - Love
    22  Brian Eno - Golden Hours
    23  Danzig - Sistinas

    by Joseph Sulier

    Life Like 

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  • Mix 165


    Mix 165 'Offshoots"

    01 Birth to Offshoots - Lil B/Excavacations
    02 This Is My Life - Joakim
    03 meadow dance - Golden Donna
    04 Physiques - People Get Ready
    05 Move On - David Bowie
    06 Mercuset (Deep Pill remix) - Glochids
    07 Alison - Slowdive
    08 New Life - Mallevs
    09 The Story Of Keys & Locks (Surgeon Remix) - Bee Mask
    10 My Body - Perfume Genius
    11 Palm Desert - Van Dyke Parks
    12 The Midnight Clear - Sufjan Stevens
    13 Doin' It Right ft Panda Bear - Daft Punk
    14 Raquel - Neon Neon
    15 Strobelight ft. Subtitle (Cosmic Kids Remix)‚ - DJ Wool
    16 Move in the Right Direction (Classixx Remix) - The Gossip
    17 Please call me, baby - Tom Waits
    18 Caesar's Palace - Soiled Mattress and the Springs
    19 Surgery (Medieval Rural Denture Remix) by Piers Whyte - Secret Mommy
    20 Moments Receding - Golden Retriever
    21 Faithful Unlawful - Silver Daggers
    22 Out Land - HOLOVR
    23 New Orleans - Former Ghosts

    by Excavacations

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  • RIP



  • EIS 010 Man Divided

    EIS 010 Man Divided

    A story of hot chrome motorcycles, leather, and a journey into the wilderness.

    At age 60, Jay Byrd lives by himself off the grid in northern Arizona where he often meditates and reads theology. However, his past tells a different story of biker clubs, violence, prison, and heroin addiction. In this episode, Jay Byrd recounts his experience with the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club and gun-toting girlfriends. Yet after escaping personal chaos, he’s now eager to describe his philosophies concerning beauty and nothingness. 

    Music by Jon Martinez

    Produced by Garrett Crowe, Mike Martinez, and Tyler Wray.

  • Mix 164


    Mix 164 "In Memory Of All You Dead Fucks"

    01 John Frusciante - Communique
    02 Conrad Schnitzler - Gelb 3
    03 DJ Screw - After I Die [Point Blank]
    04 Andy Stott - On Oath
    05 Bark Psychosis - Fingerspit
    06 Gravediggaz - 2 Cups of Blood
    07 Frank Zappa - I'm The Slime
    08 Faust - Stretch out time
    09 Luciation - Black Goat Of Apocalyptic Ceremony
    10 Suffocation - Mass Obliteration
    11 Big L - All Black
    12 Type O Negative - Anesthesia
    13 Mobb Deep - Shock ones pt. II
    14 Cluster - Rosa
    15 Higuma - Solstice
    16 Three Six Mafia - Wolf Wolf [Screwed & Chopped Version]
    17 John Buck Wilkin - Screaming Metaphysical Blues

    By William Cody Watson

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  • Mix 163


    Mix 163 "December Embers"
    01  hollAnd - Tylenol
    02  Snowy Red - Never Alive
    03  Twilight Ritual - Tears on the Wall
    04  The VSS - Death Scene
    05  Faust - Its a Rainy Day, Sunshine Girl
    06  Arab Strap - Revolution 
    07  Merzbow - Tadpole
    08  Crash Course in Science - Jump Over Barrels
    09  Led Er Est - Scissors
    10  Satisfact - Oscilator
    11  Psychic Ills - January Rain
    12  Home - Don't Bring Me Down Now
    13  Unrest - Yes She Is My Skinhead Girl
    14  Gary Wilson - And Then I Kissed Your Lips

    by Jason Hughes

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  • Gentlemen

    On October 5, 1993, the Afghan Whigs released their major label debut, Gentlemen. Already a fan, I bought it the day it came out. I wouldn't have considered myself a gentleman at the time, but I was miles away from being a minor. When you speed through Alice and Ace right into Twisted and Motley and then hit Venom and Mercyful Fate, you finally get sky high with Cro-Mags and Negative Approach. After all of that mileage in such a short period of time, you gotta come down somehow. Burned out and bored with nightlife before you're legally at the age to drink. Bars are not so impressive when you've already stuck it in a few butts, paid to stick it in anything you could afford and copped dope. It was a few years earlier, in March of 1990 at a show where Sick of It All opened for Nasty Savage and ended in massive brawl outside with a few pigs that I began thinking of retiring. There were different drugs, records and girls out there. I was over the scene. Twenty four years later, I laugh at the cute naivete thinking I could escape. I never fully entered punk rock WITSEC, but I started to cruise different boulevards. Congregation and Up In It were scratched into my soul. Gentlemen was even better, which was a rarity in a world where bands upgraded labels right after hitting their peak. All records worth spinning are made on some blood, sweat and tears. I was smart enough to connect with "What Jail Is Like" but dumb enough to think I knew it all or what jail was really like. It's comical to go back and think that I thought I had every record, saw every movie, knew love, knew hate and experienced every high and low after only two decades on earth. I knew nothing when Gentlemen was released. My hands were getting dirty from running with the suburban wolves but I was fresh flesh on the concrete of life's actual junkyard. 

    Thinking back recently on all things I did when Gentlemen was in bloom and the year I tried to quit the core led to an assault of imagery from the '90s. Of course Sherilyn Fenn was there nude. When she posed in the December edition of Playboy we were without the modern technology we own now so I missed the issue of Playboy with my most jerked upon fantasy. While going to a Seaweed and Royal Trux show a year or two later I found a copy in a three-pack at a neon-lit porno strip mall. The three-packs worked like this: You paid a discounted price and got a sealed bag that contained a sandwich of smut. The bread was either a Playboy, Penthouse, Club or Hustler. Something glossy and something that showed the pink. The meat of this deal was sloppy and expired cold cuts. Juggs if you were lucky, but usually it was Over 40. In the early stages of the '90s the thought of a naked woman in her 40's was nauseating. A total hard-off. MILF's weren't a thing. When your blood is rushing straight down and you are running through the jungles of youth and lust with tight Levis the last thing you want to aim your arrow at is something that looks like your trailer trash aunt. Over 40 was the magazine you gave your roadie or gross, loser friend when you went into the bathroom with your Club or Sherilyn Fenn pictorial. 

    On October 27, 2014 The Afghan Whigs released Gentlemen at 21 for the album's 21st Anniversary, and man, as nice as it was to have this again on vinyl at an affordable price, what a blow it was to see how it was labeled. Boasting the age like a fine wine or something. How can something that seems like last night also feel like another lifetime ago? I don't know why this affected me the way that it did but life is in overdrive. Youth... RIP. Here I am now, drug free and somewhat professional hardcore kid in his 40s. I still read porn and I'm not grossed out by maturity. I still like Seaweed and I finally got around to watching Twin Peaks. More importantly, I get Gentlemen now. Thank you Whigs for the wild ride.