A Kick Ass Band from Orange County with Serious Classic Rock Roots
One of the good things about taking a year off is that I have lots of music in my inbox and I allows me to selective. The downside is having to listen to large doses of bad stuff for the sake of protecting your ears. This band gave my ears a break from audio torture. Wetwood Smokes contacted us asking for our take on their second release Organ Donor.
Since then, they have released their third aptly named, Our Third. I contacted Chrystian because I was unsure what they would most like reviewed and, based on the information at their website, I was unsure if they were touring and still a trio.
Chrystian, replied. They are now a quartet and, told me to – what I liked best.
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)
For this week’s episode of the LumpCast, I thought I would kick back to some of the musicians we have had the pleasure to get to know in the recent past, some locally from Cleveland and others from elsewhere.
I am playing short sets and spotlights for this show. Many of them are recordings I actually did with a Zoom H2 Portable Recording unit when these musicians played live at local clubs in the Cleveland, Ohio area.
Listen in as Cleta, Omnidragon, Boz and Lumpy spin and eclectic mix of indie music.