Episode 49: 3:47 EST by Klaatu

Slightly psychedelic prog rock allegedly recorded by The Beatles. Spoiler alert: nope, but still, recommended listening!

Klaatu box with Mr. Bigglesby

Klaatu box with Mr. Bigglesby

3:47 on AppleMusic

3:47 on Amazon

Klaatu on Wikipedia

Klaatu Official Page

Drummer and Songwriter for Klaatu Terry Draper dropped by the boom 97.3 studios to share Klaatu's hit song "Calling Occupants Of Interplanetary Craft" on vinyl! Terry talks about the recording process of the song; where specific sounds came from and how the band was compared and rumoured to be The Beatles reincarnate!

Episode 48: Madness

Welcome to the 80s and songs about houses! It's the Living in Hi-Fi version of VH1 "Where are They Now?" 

Madness on Amazon

Madness on AppleMusic 

Madness on Wikipedia 

Music video by Madness performing Our House. (C) 1982 Geffen Records
'House Of Fun' was released as a one-off single in 1982 and went to #1 in the UK, staying in the chart for nine weeks. The song is arguably the best example of Madness' "nutty sound", a combination of fairground vaudeville, ska and out-and-out pop.

Episode 11: Twist by Fats and the Chessmen

Come on everybody, let's do the twist! But in a really low budget kind of way. This 1962 album insists that you enjoy the first international dance craze.

For your swingin' dance party-- come one everybody, let's do the TWIST!

For your swingin' dance party-- come one everybody, let's do the TWIST!

Twist on AppleMusic

More information:
The Twist (dance)
Dave Miller & Somerset Records

Episode 7: Wildflower by the Avalanches

This is our first time featuring a review of a new release on the podcast! As lovers of old funky records, we have mad respect for the Avalanches whose love of music is obvious in their ability to scout out only the most awesome bits of obscure music and show it off in groovy new compositions. Even if you think you're not into electronic music, we bet you'll dig the psychedelic feel of Wildflower.

Wildflower and all its inner goodies.

Wildflower and all its inner goodies.

Subways by the Avalanches. The original sample by Chandra Oppenheim is easily reconizable but there's no doubt that it's a brand new song!

Everything is a Remix: A documentary about sampling and innovation.

Sometimes I wish I could unheard the Amen Break, so watch at your own risk. You'll hear it everywhere and realize how much this sample is used..