A Great Sound – The Road Heavy
The Road Heavy just released their second track, the title track, The Devils Grin and I think it rocks. While I have not heard much from this new band, I have not heard a track that I didn’t love. I can tell you that we should all be keeping and eye and ear out for this up and coming band. They do some serious kickass rock. They have a nice thick hard, Skynard-like sound. You can find out more about these guys at their bio or better yet, catch them on tour.
You can find them on the e-world at:
We became aware of this artist because of Indie Music Bus. If you are an indie musician, you may wish to check their site out.
Welcome to the First Episode of The Whatever and Whenever PodCast
Welcome to episode 001 of the Whatever and Whenever PodCast, actually, when we recorded this episode, we had not even thought of a name for it. Meshelly and Lumpy just knew that we wanted to add another show to the line up at Indie Nation. We wanted to do news and music… and we wanted to simply use it to hijack the stream when nothing else was scheduled. We also knew we wanted something that would be fun and safe for work. Our thought was something like a drive time show, mostly music, some fun banter and some recent news.
So on the mics we go, fired up idjc (Internet DJ Console) and off into cyberspace we blasted. And remember, you will never know when a new show may stream live and, in the end, time-shifted or live, it is hopefully great content.
2012.03.02 – Friday Night Freak n’ Geek
Join Lumpy and Boz for Friday Night Freak n’ Geek They dedicate this show to the three people that lost their lives at the Chardon Ohio school shooting and to all the people that suffered through the horrible tornadoes that did so much damage in Kentucky,Indiana and other southern states .
Friday Night Freak n Geek ventures into a nice sit down chat with someone who keeps you laughing: Phil Johnson from Roadside Attraction. Clever and creative, Phil shares with us his some of the methods to his madness. Plus we get to sample our Beer of the week – well almost as we actually ended up doing last call on the Lumpcast this fine evening. Along with the power of Lacuna Coil and Sick of Sarah – we thought it would be fitting to slip in Mark Kindler’s “Uncle Walt” in tribute to Walt Disney – I hope I didn’t break any copyright laws for just using that name!
- Buy My Shit from Phil Johnson
- Kick Back from Sick of Sarah
- Geeks Don’t Care from Phil Johnson
- Over Exposed by Sick of Sarah
- Hello, Good Morning (Live – Sent Out to Lumpy) by Sick of Sarah
- Robots from Phil Johnson
- El Paso Blue by Sick of Sarah
- Next Phil Johnson, Boz and Lump got into some converstation. Topics included but were not limited to:
- What inspires him
- What influnced him
- The band name Roadside Attraction
- The New Media Order
- Uncle Walt from Mark Kindler
- Black Water (BP Edition) by Steve Goodie
- Gangsta Pooh from Phil Johnson
- Trip The Darkness by Lacuna Coil
- Testosteron Babies from Phil Johnson
- Give Me Something More and I Don’t Believe In Tomorrow by Lacuna Coil
- We closed with three from Roadside Attractions:
- Hey Little Goth Girl
- Hillbilly Love
- Horizontal Tango
- LACUNA COIL – New Audio Interview With Vocalist Andrea Ferro Online (bravewords.com)
- Gigantour: Lacuna Coil, Motorhead + Volbeat @ Mohegan Sun Arena [Photo Review] (thrillcall.com)
- LACUNA COIL Announce Acoustic Performance, Meet & Greet In Chicago (bravewords.com)
Spotlight on Nigel Passey
Today we shine the spotlight on Nigel Passey. A very talented musician we became aware of due to one of one of our programing directors Cleta. Listen in as, Lumpy, Cleta and OmniDragon, as we talk with Nigel Passey about his new
EP The Lights, The Sound and The People and all other exciting things he has coming up. Nigel joined us all the way from Leeds in the UK! via Teamspeak. This episode streamed live on indienation on March 20th 2012 Be sure and listen often for live on stream shows!
We started the show playing his wonderful song:
Then we chatted with Nigel about where you can find him at:
Cleta talked with Nigel about who and what inspired him to start doing music. Then we talked about what inspired him to do the song Change. Nigel said hello to some of his Family and Friends. Lumpy chatted with Nigel about advice for anyone that wants to get started in music. Nigel told us you can buy his new EP The Lights, The Sound and The People on Nigel told us he may, be touring in the US soon. Then we play another one of Nigel’s songs
- Don’t Run
Then we chat some more with Nigel as he gave more shout outs to his friends and family. Then Lumpy chatted some more with Nigel then he asked him what the song we closed out the show with was about.
- Pick up the Pieces
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2012.02.04 – Indie Soup Live with Guests, “Dear You”
This week we are pleased to have musical guest, the members of the band, “Dear You”. Listen as we talk with them and spin some of their most excellent music. Louis Moore (drums), Danny Davis (guitar), and Mason McDonald (vocals/bass), 3 of the bands 4 members, were kewl enough to take some time our their schedule and join us via VOIP for an interview.
Sorry we are so far behind, Shelly and Lump have had too much other stuff going on. We promise to get them all caught up very soon. Remember, you can catch us almost every Friday at Midnight EST on indienation.fm.
For now, enjoy this episode of Indie Soup… where we continue with our “fumploration”, a lumpismic word meaning”exploration of The FuMP. They have so much music to explore, we may stay on this deviation of our normal show format for a good while.
Welcome to this week’s LumpCast. Remember, you can always join Lumpy live for the stream of the show on Fridays at 10 PM to Midnight almost every Friday night. This week, Boz stayed on the show with me and we are joined by guest Jamie Gray…. Read the show notes! At some point and time, I will tell you how to get some FREE stuff!
Welcome to Friday Night Freak & Geek where Boz and Lumpy share excitement of the strange, bizarre, weird and yes outright utterly stupid topics of society and your own backyard whereabouts!! In Other Words – we try to touch base with the most interesting current events possible that happen all around us commoners!
This weeks adventure takes us through finding the mostest awesomest name for that championship football game brought to us every year by what is known at Indienation.fm as the No Fun League. Seeing as the name chosen for this great match is allegedly trademarked, we figured we would come up with our own name for it and see if the fans out there agree that it’s in fact the better name!
And of course our traditional beer endorsement of the week and great new up and coming heavy music make for excellent background entertainment for any party or dumpster diving challenge!! Tonight’s featured artists include The Mydols, Project 4rm Watts, Straight Outta Junior High, Adriana Skye, Ric Seaburg, Arch Enemy, In Flames, Pillar of Autumn, Sudden Death featuring Carrie Dahlby, Jim Truth and the legendary Alice Cooper.
- From Mydols Website:
- Super Bowl
- Hot Rod Your Home
- Gimme Your Paycheck
- Superbowl Stuntin from Project 4rm Watts
- From Straight Outta Junior High:
- Fantasy Football
- She Doesn’t Like Me
- Game Face by Adriana Sky
- Superbowl Andy by Ric Seaberg
- From Arch Enemy
- Khaos Oveture
- Under Black Flags We March
- Through The Eyes Of A Raven
- From In Flames
- Sounds Of A Playground Fading
- Where The Dead Ships Dwell
- From Pillar of Autumn
- Breathing Underwater
- Carpe Diem
- Killing Machine
- Give It To Everybody by Sudden Death featuring Carrie Dahlby
- From Jim Truth
- Caught or I Am Almost Gone or Fail Angel
- Gun Or Knife or A Wish For Other Wings or The Line Drawn
- Slipping or The Nightmare Come or Done
- From Alice Cooper
- I’m Eighteen
- No More Mr Nice Guy
- Woman Of Mass Destruction
- ARCH ENEMY Vocalist Angela Gossow Discusses Legalizing Weed And Forthcoming EP In New Interview (bravewords.com)
- ARCH ENEMY’s MICHAEL AMOTT Talks Gear In New Video Interview (roadrunnerrecords.com)
Often, I feel totally overwhelmed by my in-box. If I took these companies up on their offers, my schlong would be so large that I would need a wheel barrel to walk about, I would know secrets that would make any woman want to choke on it, and I would be able to keep it stiff for weeks on end. I would also be debt-free and obscenely wealthy likely by helping people in Nigeria funnel millions from estates with no living heirs. That, however, is not the type of mail I am talking about though, Thunderbird eats that stuff like bees do nectar.
The Really Rottens
The band is from Texas
This surf trio consists of Lisa on Drums, Angie on Bass, and Charlie on Guitar.
You can find more about The Really Rottens at:
- Aqua Man
- Bullet Drama
- The Tingler
- Starting Line
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