Fanatic! As promised, here are the updated notes from our show, live guested by Shepard Fairey**. Hopefully, you dug the show and the station won’t get sued. It’s always good to see Shepard and he seemed to have a good time.
Next week’s show is all done and it’s a great one. We will be back live on the 17th and we have some great tracks in place for that one.
It’s Monday, September 4. I have done almost all the work I had on my to-do list. I guess I can now just . . . . work on another radio show. It never ends!
This is an interview I just did with John Dwyer of Oh Sees.
Have a great week and STAY FANATIC!!!
01. Ty Segall - Big Man / Fried Shallots
02. The Specials - Concrete Jungle / The Specials
03. Alex Cameron - Candy May / Forced Witness
04. Bikini Kill - Rebel Girl / The Singles
05. The Cravats – Blurred / The Dustbin of Sound
06. The Gang of Four - Natural’s Not In It / Entertainment!
07. The Oh Sees - Animated Violence / Orc
08. The Dead Kennedys - Bleed For Me / Plastic Surgery Disasters
09. Guerilla Toss - Dose Rate / GK ULTRA
01. The Prophets of Rage - Living On The 110 / ?
02. The Stooges - I Got A Right / single
03. Heatwave – Nightmare / Rice Is Nice Mix tape Vol. 4
04. The Bad Brains – Regulator / Black Dots
05. Noise - State Violence State Control / Shepard Related Project
06. Richard Hell - Blank Generation / Blank Generation
07. David Bowie / Queen - Under Pressure / single
08. The Equals - Police On My Back / single
09. The Beastie Boys - Pass The Mic / Check Your Head
**“Damaged” is the forthcoming solo art exhibition from artist and provocateur Shepard Fairey. A nimble and prolific street artist, a skilled graphic artist, and a multifaceted fine artist, “Damaged” is the artist’s largest-ever solo show in Los Angeles.
Referencing Black Flag’s 1981 album “Damaged,” but inspired by a critical look at social issues that are currently in a state of crisis, Fairey’s latest body of work serves as a reflection on the damaged state of politics, media, human rights, the global approach to the environment, and more.
The exhibition opens in Los Angeles on November 11, 2017, and will showcase never-before-seen paintings, large scale sculptures, installations, etchings, retired stencils, a printed newspaper titled “The Damaged Times,” prints on wood and metal, and a display of various do-it-yourself tools of empowerment.