New Spanish Punk – Live Gig Review

Posted in Music Reviews on March 26th, 2012 by admin

Proyecto Jipi, Discordia & Cleptomans De Bancal playing live and original punk at Penelope Javea. Read DJ Grumpys review and watch the rocking video of Proyecto Jipi – Proyecto Jipi, Discordia & Cleptomans De Bancal Live Review

Spanish punk at its best & seen live as it should be – Proyecto Jipi, Discordia & Cleptomans De Bancal Live Review

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MWR Alternative Top20 – February Week2

Posted in Music Reviews on January 8th, 2011 by admin
VoteThis Weeks Top 20Nominate * ** ***
1. Neongrau – Hi Level Slacker Visit 2 2
2. Rudy Jr & The Lovepirates – Stupid Chick Opus8 Visit 5 2
3. Redlight – Whats Going On ? Visit 1 3
4. Victims of Bad Television – Questions Visit New New
5. Johnny Normal – Time Visit 9 2
6. Dead Drunk Society – Black Beauty Musclecar Visit 17 2
7. Richard Snow & The Inlaws – Silent Girlfriend Visit 10 4
8. Slip Of The Tongue – Do It Again Visit New New
9. Clone Co – Clone Visit 6 2
10. Jaspa – Wise To Your Lies Visit 8 4
11. Bolle and the very good looking Boys – Rock´N´Roll Shoes Visit New New
12. Tallowate – Microscope Visit 7 3
13. Black Sheriff – Dreams Visit 11 5
14. Asylum Bedlam – For Those Who Will Understand Visit 3 6
15. Leisure Class – Tuberculosis Is Back Visit  16 7
16. Pop Incorporated – Looking 4 KLF Visit New New
17. Shag Nasty – Punk Anthem 77 Visit New New
18. Lovari – Move Your Body Visit 13 2
19. Amanda Palmer – Leeds United Visit New New
20. Ninna Andreasen – Martian On The Moon Visit 12 2
       
This Weeks Bubbly Upcomers      
Seven Thorns – Forest Majesty Visit - -
Dan Crisp – Hollywood Visit - -
Frauenarzt & Manny Marc – Disco Pogo Visit - -
Katrin the Thrill – You Make Me Wanna Die Visit - -
Choose Regret Instead – We Fall Away Visit - -
Brooklyn Bounce – Louder and Prouder Visit - -
The Anythings – Fool For You Visit - -
Lady GaGa – Bad Romance Visit - -
Iguana – Undone Visit - -
Vinyl Fiction – Dont Call For A Revolution Visit - -
Niggaz With Gratitude – Blood, Oil and Death Visit - -
Robbie Williams – You Know Me Visit - -
Nice As Pie – Bad Girl Visit - -
Two-Bit Terribles – The Story Of My Life Visit - -
Actor Slash Model – Bowling Alley Bar Visit - -
Pipes and Pints – Kensington Club Visit - -
The Display Team – Norwegian Honey Visit - -
Muggle Relations – I Must Not Tell Lies Visit - -
Alesana – The Thespian Visit - -
2Hez – Rain Visit - -

* Band Website / ** Last Weeks Position / *** Weeks in The Chart

DJ Grumpys Cranky Recommendations ! – Volume 1

Posted in Music Reviews on January 1st, 2011 by admin
The old grump points his dirty fingers at new & exciting acts that shouldnt be missed. This is gonna be an irregular but ongoing feature – here is volume 1 of powerfull bands that should reach a much greater audience – all have been and will continue to be featured on http://www.musicworldradio.com – but dont let it stop there, go check out all their respective pages and give the excellent tunes a thorough listen. Its well worth your while !

Mirtazapine Dreams
A new British act from the filthy end of the spectrum. As you probably know,
mirtazapine is the kind of antidepressive that leaves you spaced out and
dribbling, which is rather fitting for this downright dirty round of in your
face filthy rock and punk.
Url: http://www.myspace.com/zeusmoose

Talk to Angels
There’s something incredibly charming about these up and coming teenage guys from Talk to Angels, who bang the world over the head, with a wall of grand melodic rock symphonies with a wild edge. In particular, dig their single “Enemies Closer”. There is some pure and plain talent hidden here.
Url: http://www.myspace.com/talktoangels

Frank Megabody
Frank is a giant of the Danish music festivals, but better known as a presenter than a musician. However, his atmospherical bluesrock hymns are definately worth a look. A tune like “Feel It” makes you think – “Hey, if Leonard Cohen were from the isolated plains of Western Jutland, this is what he would sound like”.
Url: http://www.myspace.com/frankmegabodydk

5 Shots O’ Whiskey
Mainland Europe keeps delivering brilliant new takes on punk, and what better example than 5 Shots O’ Whiskey from Holland. They have already released a couple of albums, and are in the process of recording a third, to be released this year. They are wild, aggressive and just fabulously mad – give them a thorough dig.
Url: http://www.myspace.com/5shotsofwhiskey

You can dig all these excellent new acts on their websites – and of course during the infamous DJ Grumpy shows on http://www.musicworldradio.com

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REDLIGHT – Whats Going On? – Live in Marseille

Posted in Music Reviews on December 25th, 2010 by admin

The MWR Top20 nr1 – REDLIGHT – Whats Going On? – Live in Marseille

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The MWR Alternative Top20 – February Week2

Posted in Music Reviews on December 18th, 2010 by admin
VoteThis Weeks Top 20Nominate * ** ***
1. Redlight – Whats Going On ? Visit 4 2
2. Neongrau – Hi Level Slacker Visit New New
3. Asylum Bedlam – For Those Who Will Understand Visit 1 5
4. The Cute Lepers – Thanks For Not Showing Up Visit 14 2
5. Rudy Jr & The Lovepirates – Stupid Chick Opus8 Visit New New
6. Clone Co – Clone Visit New New
7. Tallowate – Microscope Visit 6 2
8. Jaspa – Wise To Your Lies Visit 3 3
9. Johnny Normal – Time Visit New New
10. Richard Snow & The Inlaws – Silent Girlfriend Visit 8 3
11. Black Sheriff – Dreams Visit 2 4
12. Ninna Andreasen – Martian On The Moon Visit New New
13. Lovari – Move Your Body Visit New New
14. Jaime Sol Black n’ The Dirty Suits – Happy Again Visit New New
15. Italobrothers – Stamp On The Ground Visit 7 5
16. Leisure Class – Tuberculosis Is Back Visit  5 6
17. Dead Drunk Society – Black Beauty Musclecar Visit New New
18. G.O.R.G.E.O.U.S – Lovely Bastard Visit 15 4
19. Jah Bukie – Evil Outthere Visit 12 2
20. The Keyz – Dont Let Go Visit New New
       
This Weeks Bubbly Upcomers      
Victims of Bad Television – Questions Visit - -
Monte Carlo Desaster – Line 15 Visit - -
Birdeatsbaby – Aeroplane Over The Sea Visit - -
Amanda Palmer – Leeds United Visit - -
Donna Hidalgo – Its Been Too Long Visit - -
Rotten Rebels – My D-Day Visit - -
Henrietta Game – No Match For The Sea Visit - -
Shag Nasty – Punk Anthem 77 Visit - -
Timbaland – If We Ever Meet Again Visit - -
Bolle and the very good looking Boys – Rock´N´Roll Shoes Visit - -
Sparks – Dick Around Visit - -
ComicBookHero – Eskimo Words For Snow Visit - -
Pop Incorporated – Looking 4 KLF Visit - -
CiJay – Testify To Love Visit - -
Slip Of The Tounge – Do It Again Master Visit - -
Scum Rats – Devil In Disquise Visit - -
Arctic Monkeys – Crying Lightning Visit - -
The Spill Canvas – Dont Let Your Enemies Become Friends Visit - -
Alesana – The Thespian Visit - -
2Hez – Rain Visit - -
* Band Website / ** Last Weeks Position / *** Weeks in The Chart
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The Alternative Top20 Chart – February Week 1

Posted in Music Reviews on December 4th, 2010 by admin
VoteThis Weeks Top 20Nominate * ** ***
1. Asylum Bedlam – For Those Who Will Understand Visit 14 4
2. Black Sheriff – Dreams Visit 3 3
3. Jaspa – Wise To Your Lies Visit 4 2
4. Redlight – Whats Going On ? Visit New New
5. Leisure Class – Tuberculosis Is Back Visit  2 5
6. Tallowate – Microscope Visit New New
7. Italobrothers – Stamp On The Ground Visit 1 4
8. Richard Snow & The Inlaws – Silent Girlfriend Visit 6 2
9. Goldblade – Toxic City F.C. Visit New New
10. The Hawaiians – Hula On Mars Visit 11 3
11. CiJay – Let It Be Visit 7 4
12. Jah Bukie – Evil Outthere Visit New New
13. Tom Smith – Cat Macros Visit 9 3
14. The Cute Lepers – Thanks For Not Showing Up Visit New New
15. G.O.R.G.E.O.U.S – Lovely Bastard Visit 8 3
16. Depeche Mode – Fragile Tension Visit 10 5
17. Tiffany Apan – Run Away And Hide Visit New New
18. Bunton Beats – F**K That Body Visit 5 2
19. Julian Cope – Its Too Late To Turn Back Now Visit 13 2
20. Evol Intent – Era Of Diversion Visit 19 3
       
This Weeks Bubbly Upcomers      
Dead Drunk Society – Black Beauty Musclecar Visit - -
Safety Orange – Smells Fishy Visit - -
Neongrau – Hi Level Slacker Visit - -
Bastards On Parade – St. Patricks Day Visit - -
Ninna Andreasen – Martian On The Moon Visit - -
Lovari – Move Your Body Visit - -
Clone Co – Clone Visit - -
Black Tamanous – The Watcher Visit - -
Kings Of Convenience – Mrs Cold Visit - -
Malcontent – She Loves To Hate Me Visit - -
Strawberry Blondes – Soul Shakedown Rock N Roll Visit - -
Rudy Jr & The Lovepirates – Stupid Chick Opus8 Visit - -
Johnny Normal – Time Visit - -
Mirtazapine Dreams – Bitch Visit - -
Talk To Angels – Enemies Closer Visit - -
The Taikonauts – Journey To The Stars Visit - -
Jaime Sol Black n’ The Dirty Suits – Happy Again Visit - -
The Keyz – Dont Let Go Visit - -
The Sheckies – I Need Xanax Visit - -
Errorgod – Darkest Hatred Visit - -

* Band Website / ** Last Weeks Position / *** Weeks in The Chart

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Music World Radio on Facebook

Posted in Music Reviews on November 27th, 2010 by admin

Music World Radio is tumbling around on Facebook – come join us on Facebook

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Jaspa: Wise To Your Lies – This Weeks Nr4

Posted in Music Reviews on November 13th, 2010 by admin

French powerpop act Jaspa is this weeks number 4 – here they are performing the single “Wise To Your Lies” live.

Have a dig at Jaspa – and vote at http://www.topchoons.com

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Music World Radio Alternative Listeners Chart Week 37

Posted in Music Reviews on September 28th, 2010 by admin

Vote For Your Favorite Track

This Week’s Top 20 Chart

1. Sunday Uniform – I Fell Out With The Sunrise (UK)
2. Sarah Kreuz – Warwick Avenue (DE)
3. Rudy Jr & The Lovepirates – Stupid Chick Opus8 (DK)
4. Maini Sorri – Someday (SWE)
5. The Dust – The Wall of Books (US)
6. Kramies – Castle of Ghosts (US)
7. Hollywood Tramp – Lies About The Truth (UK)
8. BlackDogHat – Electric (UK)
9. X Rippers – New York (UK)
10. Clockwise – You Are A Star (CA)
11. RedLizzard – She Wants To Be Free (PT)
12. Die Bastard Die – Dope Fiend (CA)
13. Red Savannah – Tears From the Sun (CA)
14. MuscleMouth- Springtime (US)
15. Mourning Tears – A Silent Night (SWE)
16. Shag Nasty – Hi Speed Punx (UK)
17. Silent Victory – Ain’t No Shame In Crying (UK)
18. After the Pageant- Everything (UK)
19. National Overdrive – Motivator (US)
20. Flash Future – Pimp Your Dick (DE)

This Week’s Bubbly Upcomers

Alice in Videoland – She’s A Machine (SWE)
Anthony Hugh – Real Good Thing (US)
BaByEaTeRs – Fragments Of My Mind (AU)
Blackbird Blackbird – Pure (US)
Breathe Electric – Libby (US)
Curtis Melody vs. DJ Law Montreal – The Richter (2011 – DJ LAW Move Earth With Love Remix) (CA)
Fool’s Gold – Surprise Hotel (US)
Gustav Magnusson – Dance Along With Me (SWE)
Jointpop – $oul$ Going Cheap (UK/T&T)
Laura Distasi – Moonsong (US)
Museum – Flowers and Dust (DE)
My Brother Woody – Wish I Was A DJ (IRE)
Ockum’s Razor – Pusher (US)
Rookiecop – The Boxer (–)
Seeland – Black Dot (Sir Real Remix) (UK)
Something Left Unsaid – Blood Memories (US)
Stellar Corpses – Love Me Like This (US)
The American Dollar – Rudiments of A Spiritual Life (US)
The Limes – Beyond Blue (FR)
Vavamuffin – VavaTo (PL)

This Week’s Departures

The Coconut Butts- Emo Girl (DE)
Butcher – I Am You (US)
Naevus – Walking Spanish (UK)
Hazey Tapes – Ash tray (IT)

MWR Chart Show Schedule

Posted in Music Reviews on September 28th, 2010 by admin

The Top20 Chart Show is live http://www.musicworldradio.com every friday night at 11pm central european time (check the schedule for your local time), here is the schedule for the upcoming shows:

Jan 22 – Grimz
Jan 29 – Paul ED
Feb 05 – Magick
Feb 12 – DJ Grumpy

Check it out at http://www.topchoons.com

Music World Radio chart week 36

Posted in Music Reviews on September 21st, 2010 by admin

Music World Radio Listeners Chart Week 36

This Weeks Top 20

1. Rudy Jr & The Lovepirates – Stupid Chick Opus8 (DK)
2. Sunday Uniform – I Fell Out With The Sunrise (UK)
3. Sarah Kreuz – Warwick Avenue (DE)
4. Maini Sorri – Someday (SWE)
5. Kramies – Castle of Ghosts (US)
6. Clockwise – You Are A Star (CA)
7. X Rippers – New York (UK)
8. RedLizzard – She Wants To Be Free (PT)
9. Red Savannah – Tears From the Sun (CA)
10. MuscleMouth – Springtime (US)
11. Hazey Tapes – Ash tray (IT)
12. Flash Future – Pimp Your Dick (DE)
13. After The Pageant – Everything (UK)
14. Butcher – I Am You (US)
15. National Overdrive – Motivator (US)
16. The Dust – The Wall of Books (US)
17. The Coconut Butts – Emo Girl (DE)
18. Silent Victory – Ain’t No Shame In Crying (UK)
19. Naevus – Walking Spanish (UK)
20. Shag Nasty – Hi Speed Punx (UK)

This Weeks Bubbly Upcomers

180∫ Virvar – Blizzard (DK)
Ari Vox – I’ll Come Running (US)
BlackDogHat – Electric (UK)
Count Crow – Reaper Man (US)
Die Bastard Die – Dope Fiend (CA)
Dirt Box Disco – Psycho (UK)
Distorted Breed – The Wrong Road (UK)
E.A.R.T.H. ft. TIE (Take It Easy) – Sexin’ After Textin’ (US)
Gnos-Tel-Jah – Point Blank
Heavy Young Heathens – Jackie Come Lately (US)
Hollywood Tramp – Lies About The Truth (UK)
Miss Lava – Blues For The Dangerous Miles (PT)
Modotti – Catch Flames (IT)
Mourning Tears – A Silent Night (SWE)
Soul Fly Ministry – Wid It (UK)
The Burning Fields – Gun (UK)
The Doups – Now I’m Going (PT)
The Soil Bleeds Black – Pastime With Good Company (US)

Music World Radio listeners chart week 35

Posted in Music Reviews on September 14th, 2010 by admin

Music World Radio listeners chart week 35

1. Sunday Uniform – I Fell Out With The Sunrise (UK)
2. Rudy Jr & The Lovepirates – Stupid Chick Opus8 (DK)
3. The Dust – The Wall of Books (US)
4. Maini Sorri – Someday (SWE)
5. Sarah Kreuz – Warwick Avenue (DE)
6. Clockwise – You Area A Star (CA)
7. X Rippers – New York (UK)
8. Flash Future – Pimp Your Dick (DE)
9. The Coconut Butts – Emo Girl (DE)
10. RedLizzard – She Wants To Be Free (PT)
11. After The Pageant – Everything (UK)
12. Red Savannah – Tears From the Sun (CA)
13. MuscleMouth – Springtime (US)
14. Kramies – Castle of Ghosts (US)
15. Romantic Jurgen – Dead Bunny Invasion (ROM)
16. National Overdrive – Motivator (US)
17. Hazey Tapes – Ash tray (IT)
18. Rotten Rebels – Holidaze (IRL)
19. Naevus – Walking Spanish (UK)
20. Dekadens – News On The Radio (ROM)

This Weeks Bubbly Upcomers

180º Virvar – Blizzard (DK)
BB – Breathe (UK)
Butcher – I Am You (US)
Dirk Nelly Brill – As Long As I Keep My Eye On You (DE)
Dirt Box Disco – Psycho (UK)
E.A.R.T.H. ft. TIE (Take It Easy) – Sexin’ After Textin’ (US)
Jeff Merchant – Disturbance Call (US)
Kenyatta Fire – Like A Gypsy (JM)
Mighty Mystic – xxxxx (JM)
Modotti – Catch Flames (IT)
Ms. RareBreed – Walk Like I Walk (US)
Pyramid Head – You’ve Never Been Told To (DE)
Raphael Ashanti – Inside My Tears (US)
Shag Nasty – Hi Speed Punx (UK)
Silent Victory – Ain’t No Shame In Crying (UK)
Slideshow Freak – You’ve Got Some Nerve (US)
Spy Johnson – As They Jam (US)
Stanley Odde – Think Of A Number (Googolplex Mix) (UK,NO,DE)
The Burning Fields – Gun (UK)
Young MC – Babe (Beatjackers Radio Mix) (US) Visit – –

Dan Crisp – Far from Here

Posted in Music Reviews on September 3rd, 2010 by admin

Dan Crisp – Far from Here – New release on est 1954 records, august 2008

I have heard a few accoustic artists, some famous, others not so. This album as a very dyamic warm sound in the recording. Although a solo album there are additional musicans making it a fine listen to the ears. This is all laid back music, very lounge, from an open mic night background. Various twin channel vocals, piano, sort drums and clean, well written lyrics.

You sometimes here music like this and yes, maybe it  does get a bit tedious after a few plays, but Dan crisp has got a fine voice, that captivates you, draws you in, makes you listen, which is the entire entice of the album. It starts off with the song hollywood and if you have never heard dan crisp before, you wonder whats going to come.  Fantasic CD sleeve artwork, pictures of distance / man of his travels, which is what the album also projects, someone on a journey. Well song 10 maybe Journeys End, but thats not the end of the album, or the story and with some addition electric guitar introduction.

What makes these songs stand out is the clear sung words, the way dan projects and a fine electric accoustic, which always has a warm feel to it when you hear one or play one. If you not into this soft accoustic music, i would say try it out, because i’m not into this all the time myself and it has certain mood all the way though the album. You maybe suprised. Aside from obvious accoustic artists that makes you think when you here this, some of this recording dynamics remind me of the song angels by Robbie Williams. Simon and Garfunkle might spring to mind, but its a different tone and sound.

The last album i heard like this is the Tim Matthews album, which all accoustic, but thats i more lent towards the rock audience, this has a completely different tone. Fine work by the recording studio, its it has fresh air feel to it, besides the photos on the album, but you can easily escape just by looking at the pictures when the music is playing. You can play this though anything, but if you a hifi purist, get your jamo’s out, you can hear it a lot clearer

www.dancrispmusic.com
www.est1954.com

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Hoboud – Wskrzeszenie (hobouda)

Posted in Music Reviews on August 20th, 2010 by admin

The album centers around folklore, urban myths and campire stories surround the mischievous spirit, Hoboud( the band name). The album, Wskrzeszenie (hobouda),   is a jounrey, kind of like the irish Clannad with the instruments played and what probably springs to mind when you do hear it. Opening sounds like something from of Devil Mat Cry game, with images of a growling monster in the rain in a little village, one thing albums miss, great openings. Great harmonies it introduces you to the sound and sets the tone.

The sounds are traditional folk music, really taking you back in time, all in Polish and some naturation between songs. Guitars, violins, the sounds of folk, great vocals and great bassline on The Forester. Even if you don’t understand the language it is fun to listen to. You can switch the lights off and the opening really does put you in the mood, in a wooden tavern with flickering lights. Electric guitar flys into The Green Meadow. Nice break in the song with like a dirty harry type running bassline undercurrent. The album weaves through traditional folk and stories in the lyrics to more modern sounds though the bassline and electric instruments. The Little Wooden Church, opens with fine femal vocals and beautiful keyboard sound. The green meadow (Zielono Lonka) the most most eclectic out of all the songs on the album.

Listening to this album really puts you in a mood, yes its not in English speak, but with the music, it is like another instrument, in a sense you could say its an instrument folk album
The lyric booklet has got the words on England and Polish. I compare this music to clannad because thats what it sounds like.  With Clannad  you have a family of musicans on the album, this is what this album sounds like. The tradition is in the booklet and does sound like something out of Resident Evil, terrorising a village, then just disappearing. I heard the band music before i got sent the albnum and i knew what the music was like, but it is different when you hear it in the context of an album. I’m not a huge folk fan, but i like the Clannad type sound, more commerical and poppy than some traditional folk and this album is like that in a few ways. 

One thing i like about the album, the nice digipack pack sleeve and lyric book, well made and very impreesive. You can request songs from the album because the album will be played on the station

Paul E.D

www.myspace.com/hoboud 

To buy the album
http://wsm.serpent.pl/sklep/albumik.php,alb_id,19608,Wskrzeszenie-Hobouda,Hoboud

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MWR Top20 Listener Chart – August Week 3

Posted in Music Reviews on August 13th, 2010 by admin
VoteThis Weeks Top 20Nominate * ** ***
1. Blasted Mechanism – Blast Your Mind (PT) Visit 2 9
2. Spoonfeedas – Dance Little Sister (SA) Visit New New
3. The Rotten Rebels – Holidaze (IRL) Visit 1 6
4. Skin Deep 86 – Im a down and out! (UK) Visit New New
5. Adonis – The Fixx (US) Visit 13 4
6. Sunday Uniform – I Fell Out With The Sunrise (UK) Visit 4 4
7. Kramies – Castle of Ghosts (US) Visit New New
8. Rudy Jr & The Lovepirates – Stupid Chick Opus8 (DK) Visit 7 28
9. Lovey Dovey – The Dangerous Time (US) Visit 5 5
10. Die CoverlireSaber Rider & the Star Sheriffs (DE) Visit New New
11. Angel – Theres A Girl (UK) Visit New New
12. National Overdrive – Motivator (US) Visit 10 4
13. RedLizzard – She Wants To Be Free (PT) Visit 17 3
14. MuscleMouth – MidiLatencyTester (CA) Visit New New
15. Sharfla – We’re Free (SCO) Visit 3 3
16. Remora – Nevada Smith (US) Visit 12 2
17. Zapway – The Sucker (ES) Visit New New
18. Black Sheriff – Snakeskin Pillow (US) Visit 6 2
19. Irata – Drunken Dwarf (US) Visit New New
20. Juliet vs Romeos – Give Into My Love (Rom) Visit 8 2
       
This Weeks Bubbly Upcomers      
Mark Cashin & the Lil Hussys – Hollywood (AUS) Visit - -
Sarah KreuzWarwick Avenue (DE) Visit - -
Glam Organs – The Tower (UK) Visit - -
Summoned Tide – Blum Dum Fairies And Pottery Goblins (SE) Visit - -
The Grape Ape – Feel The Flame (US) Visit - -
The Echoing Green – Here Is The House (US) Visit - -
Owl Eyes – Faces (AUS) Visit - -
Blynd – (Rage) Mindgames (CYP) Visit - -
Tip Top Daddies – Bam Bam Boom (DE) Visit - -
Autumn Under Fire – Coral Belongs in the Ocean (US) Visit - -
KunkAttack! Attack! (UK) Visit - -
Bai Kamara Jr – Disposable Society (BE) Visit - -
Ten Cent Toys – The Climax (US) Visit - -
Wireless Remote Titties – Im so Flyyyyy (US) Visit - -
Broussa – Sur la Toile (FR) Visit - -
Snakes and Raccoons – Girl Of My Dreams (US) Visit - -
Romantic Jurgen – Dead Bunny Invasion (ROM) Visit - -
The Mood – Boobs (US) Visit - -
Orouni – The Only Pictures I’ve Got (FR) Visit - -
Mecano – Those Revolutionary Days (NL) Visit - -
The Flotels – Take Care (UK) Visit - -
Pavesi – Turn Around Year (IRL) Visit - -
MysonStop & Think (NL) Visit - -
Teen HeartsI’ve Got You And You’ve Got Me (US) Visit - -
LoS RuInOs – Maldito Cabron (Mex) Visit - -
Semiconductors – Radon Life (US) Visit - -
Audubon Park – Despicable Cousin (US) Visit - -
Landon – Table For One (US) Visit - -
Oh No – Supermagic (US) Visit - -
Turn off the Sun – Weekend in Prague (UK) Visit - -
       
This Weeks Departures      
The Yossarians – King Lethar (UK) Visit Out Out
Vampire Hookers – Drink Or Fuck (US) Visit Out Out
Leisure Class – Lufkins Dilemma (US) Visit Out Out
Karoshi Lovers – Death Pop (FI) Visit Out Out
Dylanquent – Attention Deficit Disorder (AUS) Visit Out Out
Sirens and Serenades – Light Of Day (CA) Visit Out Out
Extradition Order – Matches meet Petrol (UK) Visit Out Out
Plant – Love Is Dead (PT) Visit Out Out

* Band Website / ** Last Weeks Position / *** Weeks in The Chart

Peasants Of Posture – Counter Revolution

Posted in Music Reviews on July 23rd, 2010 by admin

When i first heard of Peasants of Posture, it was Lamb of God and Los luminados and i did not know there was an album.  Then when i got the album thats what its sounds like.
It just a taster of the album and language that he created on the tracks above is not used all the way through, although the atmosphere from the singles, is an example if what the album is all about.

The direction here is like the Polish folk album Hoboud i reviewed, like a story being told, but this is fictional like a comic book style.  kind of simular direction to seventh son of the Seventh Son was by Iron Maiden, which was based on a comic book, but darker with the dance beat element.

The song kill the Vulcan goes rage against the machine with straight talk /rap style going on. I touch the sky is very British classic rock style, with the guitar riffs. I love great openings to songs and Slaughtered by Cattle is perfect example, a naturation then going into a great break with Counter Revolution. Maddagosontheloose and Nobodys son are the only live songs on the album, they just go into orbit, sounds like a rocket going off. Like the current single Los illuminados its a combination of industrial gothic rock with a danceflood mixture, very well produced and it does not sound commerical, like it was thrown together for the 12 year old market. This is rammstien/ Rob Zombie style rock, it is in tongue and cheek, not taken too seriously. Quincy b who is the guy behind Rasptun and the creator of the band with a full band of musicans so its not just one guy behind the name. There is a suprise at the end which is mentioned on there inner sleeve but not on the track listing

Just got to be heard and seen to be believed. This is on hard copy CD and as well download

Peasants of posture myspace:  www.myspace.com/rasputinmadmonk - to buy cd or download http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/ofposture

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DJ Grumpys Cranky Recommendations Volume 2

Posted in Music Reviews on June 11th, 2010 by admin
The old grump points his dirty fingers at new & exciting acts that shouldnt be missed. Here is volume 2 of powerfull bands that should reach a much greater audience – all have been and will continue to be featured on http://www.musicworldradio.com – but dont let it stop there, go check out all their respective pages and give the excellent tunes a thorough listen. Its well worth your while !

Laurier Tiernan
The world’s only 6’7″ queer vegan recording artist, as he describes himself, is a completely loony poppunker from Tokyo. The lyrics are hilarious masterpieces (in english), though I have my doubts Arnold Schwarzenegger will ever replace Obama as president ! However, the raw unpolished punk riffs are capable of making any old punk thrash around in mad hysteria whilst laughing uncontrollably at the madness going on. Give Tiernan a good old fashioned kick of a listen !
http://www.myspace.com/lauriertiernan

The Zero Point
This danish punkband was originally formed all the way back in 1979. Whilst they never reached a commercially wide audience they have always had a solid cult following, the band has toured most of Western Europe over the years and won a variety of alternative/punk awards. The Zero Point called it a day in 1987. Now the old punks are back in better shape than ever with a selection of fresh hardhitting material. This is certainly a comeback that shouldnt be missed, on air or live at the venues. Check out their compilation of old rarities “HOOLIGANS WITH CHEAP GUITARS” and not least, get your arse out to the venues – you wont be disappointed!
http://www.myspace.com/thezeropoint

Itamar
A new group of captivating talents has emerged on the british indie pop/rock scene. The name is Itamar and you may not know it now, but you most certainly will. Theyre performing delicate pieces of pop/rock with a dark edge and a genuine energy that brings back memories of the qualitative height of the new wave movements whilst still presenting a unique hope for the future. Itamar have their very own style and the vocal especially isnt to be missed, though it would be a crime to label them up too narrowly – instead, go check out excellent creations such as “Mr Right” or get yourself to one of their gigs round the UK.
http://www.myspace.com/itamarts

Tiffany Apan
Tiffany Apan has just released her debut album Poet, which is a bit of a patchy gem. She states her inspirations as Sarah Brightman & Tori Amos among others, which would usually make me reach for the sleeping pills, but luckily the grand walls of sound come with an interesting twist – a hardrocking vibe and excellently screaming guitar performances to provide the dynamics and energy so often lacking in this type of music. At her best Tiffany blows you away with atmospherical hardrock – a clear example being the wonderfully powerful Warrior (Soldier for Myself).
http://www.myspace.com/tiffanyapanmusic

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Loreweaver – Imperviae Auditiones

Posted in Music Reviews on June 4th, 2010 by admin

Loreweaver – Imperviae Auditiones   8 tracks

This is the band barbara Rubin joined in 2008 and there is a major different in style between the band and her solo project
Rock going towards metal. with an orchestral, meat loaf,  a bat out of hell feel, but not as commerical. All long epic songs, letting the songs breathe, none of this 3 minute radio editing that morden has that habbit of doing.

Combining two decades of sound, 90’s and present rock, the synth sounds have also travelled from her album. As an album on its own without comparing it to Barbaras influence, even though she is the lead singer, its full throttle with the softer elements of female vocals in the breaks and chorus. Definitely a stadium band, you can feel they need to be spread out onto a big stage and the sound needs it.

5 Members in the band and Barbaras harmonies are overlayed because she is the only singer, unless someone else contributes, but there is no extra credit. That night, is really a longer verson of one of Barbara Rubin songs, which should have been at the beginning of the album so you know it going onto harder rock, rather than near the end, although, the idea was probably trying to keep the band sort of seperate from Barbaras promotion, good songs, but i think at the wrong end of the album, especial as the last song is actually going back to the band sound.

Overall great epic songs, a lot going on and it really leaves you gasping for breath and your only in the third song. Url: www.myspace.com/loreweaverband

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Emma Gilespie – Stamp Your Feet ( Accoustic/ U.K)

Posted in Music Reviews on May 21st, 2010 by admin

Opening with a faint guitar, like a small radio in the kitchen, then kicks in with the warm sound.  Original an accoustic number with just her voice and the guitar, but rerecorded with the label with added background effects.

The song has a theatrical performance touch it with the added instruments on the song. Has that kate bush quality, Emma has a soft voice that glides with the music she plays. She has busking background and has that laidback quality like, she is just sitting down on her house doorstep stumming away

http://www.myspace.com/upnextrecords

http://www.myspace.com/emmasimagination

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First 3 Months – Overview by Paul ED

Posted in Music Reviews on May 14th, 2010 by admin

Now that the chart has gone into its 4th month, it is becoming clear that various artists and songs are so popular there is now only a few that stay between 9 -14 weeks ( You do not even get that with a commercial chart on sales ).

We have just two so far that have reached that.

This is very popular indeed and various artists below have songs from album releases.
In a sense the target to beat.
This is all based on 100% listener votes

The Current number 1 is Sarah Kreuz – If One Bird Sings
German female singer/ pianist who has a singing style and sounds like Mariah Carey. But will she stay there is the key to this chart

But below are the STAYERS of the chart. Some are more popular than others and some are just suprised everytone

The top of the tree at the moment

The Weasel Kickers – Carbon Neutral – number 1 twice
The uk comic punkester are from Derby. Have been at number one twice, with only 9 week under their belt and still in the top 20, but they keep going back up and have done a few times. I have also interviewed these guys and i am glad to say still around

Rudy Jr & The Lovepirates – Stupid Chick Opus8 (punk/denmark) number 1 and 14 weeks in chart
Very popular song up and down over the weeks. Rudy has been listening over the weeks. Just simple song again, simple lyrics. this goes to prove simple is always the best formula

Neongrau – Hi Level Slacker (electro/ Germany) number 1
14 weeks
I have no idea who nominated this originally. but it has suprised everyone
Simular in style to Kraftwerk, simple and just simple sampled vocals

These are climbing fast. And now appears the more the chart becomes recognised, its indicates what is popular

Fine Lyrisist with album released
MC Comeczechmi – Communist Rock (Rap/Russia)
9 week
One of hot favourites on the station, gets request on a regular bases by listeners and DJ’s. one of those quiet unique artists and very clever.

Babylon Saints – (Reggae/U.S) Burn On number 1
10 weeks
We have had a few simular acts come and go, but this one looks like staying. i have compared them to the American version of UB40, not hard guitars but bring the style with them

The Rotten Rebels – My D-Day (punk/ ireland)
11 weeks
Very missleading sound quality but very clever. Sounds like they have the radio in background and recorded it with a 1940s mic, but very popular song

These have had 100s upon 100s of votes to stay in. Some things are unpredicatable and there are suprises. One thing is for sure, as time goes on, you know what is popular and what is not

Sometimes being number is good, but you have got to stay there.
So far Neongrau is the only tune to go to number one and stay in the chart 14 weeks, which is near enough the life of the chart upto this point

Although this chart is not direct from sales, is it what the public are listening to and voting for. A lot of musicans who are in the chart have releases both CD and download and a lot are songs lifted from albums.

This chart is one of a few promotions the station has but showing what the listeners like it the main one

Many thanks and continue to vote through
www.musicworldradio.com hit the cast your vote and nominate links ot the left of the homepage
or hit the page
www.topchoons.com
All songs on the page have links to myspaces, facebooks or somewhere with music to listen and buy
This helps all artists in many ways

Many thanks

Paul Readman ( Paul E.D)