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)
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.
Greetings and Happy Christmas Listeners,
Welcome to our first annual Christmas party, held both on-line and in the Cold Crank Studio in Cleveland, Ohio. At one point in time during this three and a half hour live stream almost every member of the staff was able to join us.
The party thought started rather impromptu when some of us locally got together to do some Christmas IDs for the stream. Then Cleta got busy at geekshed and got in touch with a few of the other regulars. Regrettably we did not manage to contact everyone due to the impromptu nature of it. So if you didn’t get and invite, don’t be offended, that is just the way it worked out this time.
Before we get started, this show is recorded live late Friday nights. It is not safe for work or intended for children. We spin parody music and sometimes it goes a good lunar orbit or two past any type of PG rating. So get a glass of water and swallow our disclaimer pill and let us all freak and geek out on Friday nights.
Lately, the Yippie and I have been off on a bit of Dr. Demento style mood. Who knows maybe we make midnight Friday to do just that? What else would a station indie music geeks and IRC addicts do on a Friday night? Meshelly and I talk less frequently this podcast but stick around for a longer last call than usual where we ramble on about various news articles Indie Nation covered this week.
I am also starting to add affiliate links. I know that many of you love this music, this show and these artist. Please feel free to use the links to purchase CDs and MP3s and thereby support the artists and, at the same time, help the Lumpster reduce the cost dent of all of this. As usual, we would like to remind our listeners that we find the majority of our tunage at Mevio’s Music Alley and you can get many of the tracks there for 99 cents.