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Listen to Time Warp on 89X - the long running classic alternative show airs Sunday mornings from 8am - 12pm ET. Listen on the radio (88.7) in Detroit, or stream it worldwide on the net. The Time Warp playlist archive is posted here.
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2015/02/01

Time Warp airs every Sunday from 8am until noon ET on 89X and streams live on the net. For more on artists played on the show, visit my blog, which is updated throughout the week with music news, etc.

8 am hour:

Ocean Blue "Frigid Winter Days"
Stranglers "Always The Sun"
Dream Academy "Life In A Northern Town"
New Order "Guilty Partner"
Pluto "When She Was Happy"
Lenny Kravitz "Let Love Rule"
Matthew Sweet "Girlfriend"
Replacements "I Will Dare"
Sloan "The Good In Everyone"
Nirvana "Sappy"
Velvet Underground "Sunday Morning"
House Of Love "Marble"
Jane's Addiction "Ripple"
Lemonheads "Into Your Arms"
English Beat "I Confess"

9 am hour:

Echo & the Bunnymen "The Killing Moon"
David Bowie "Modern Love"
Alphaville "Dance With Me"
They Might Be Giants "Ana Ng"
Faith No More "Falling To Pieces"
James "Sit Down"
Verve "Lucky Man"
Bob Mould "Wishing Well"
R.E.M. "World Leader Pretend"
Beastie Boys "Fight For Your Right"
Joy Division "Warsaw"
Church "Under The Milky Way"

10 am hour:

Nine Inch Nails "Hurt"
Oasis "Don't Look Back In Anger"
Smiths "What Difference Does It Make"
XTC "Another Satellite"
Kate Bush "Running Up That Hill"
Pretenders "Middle Of The Road"
Erasure "Chains Of Love"
Pixies "La La Love You"
Ramones "Pet Semetary"
Mad Season "I Don't Know Anything"
Temple Of The Dog "Call Me A Dog"
Violent Femmes "Gone Daddy Gone"

11 am hour:

Garbage "Vow"
Smashing Pumpkins "I Am One"
Afghan Whigs "Debonair"
Inspiral Carpets "This Is How It Feels"
Folk Implosion "Natural One"
R.E.M. "Strange Currencies"
24 Gone "Trust"
Cocteau Twins "Iceblink Luck"
Morrissey "Moon River"
Cure "Lullaby"
New Order "Your Silent Face"
Jesus & Mary Chain "Just Like Honey"

Published February 1st, 2015 @ 11:48 AM

2015/01/31


Sonic Evolution, the Seattle Symphony's annual event celebrating Seattle's rich musical history, took place last night at Benaroyal Hall. The first half of the evening featured a piece influenced by Kurt Cobain titled "Ashes," a Pearl Jam inspired piece "Beyond Much Difference," and finally another piece composed by Mike McCready titled "Waking The Horizon."  After the intermission was over the Chris Cornell-fronted Mad Season reunion and bonus surprise Temple Of The Dog reunion took place. Cornell, McCready, Barrett Martin, Matt Cameron, Duff McKagan, and the Seattle Symphony began with a trio of Mad Season songs, then later Pearl Jam's Jeff Ament and Stone Gossard took the stage for a few Temple of the Dog songs. During the evening, several other guests including Kim Virant (Lazy Susan) and Jeff Angell (Walking Papers), and Sean Kinney (Alice In Chains) also took the stage perform with the collective. The night ended on an emotional note -- the band performed Mad Season's "All Alone" using a recording of Layne Staley's haunting vocals.

The setlist and fan filmed video from the concert is available to view below. An excellent review of the show is posted here








01. "Ashes"
02. "Beyond Much Difference"
03. "Walking The Horizon"

Intermission

04. "Long Gone Day"
05. "River Of Deceit"
06. "I Don't Know Anything"
07. "Wake Up"
08. "Lifeless Dead"
09. "Call Me A Dog"
10. "Reach Down"
11. "All Alone"

Published January 31st, 2015 @ 12:36 PM

2015/01/27


Tennis System unleashed the official video today for their song "Memories & Broken Dreams." The track is taken from the band's swoon-worthy 2014 album Technicolour Blind (required listening for fans of Jesus & Mary Chain, Crocodiles, A Place To Bury Strangers, etc).



For more on Tennis System, visit them on Facebook.

Published January 27th, 2015 @ 2:49 PM

L7 officially announced their live return today with an entertaining return-from-the-dead video titled A Night At The Morgue. The video urges fans to visit their website, where a few tour dates (festival gigs in France and Spain) have been posted. According the band's website, more live dates will be announced tomorrow.

The band also launched a Kickstarter to fund their documentary, L7: Pretend We're Dead.  Learn more about the project by visiting the campaign page here.

Watch A Night At The Morgue below:



L7 tour

6/19 -- Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain @ Azkena Rock Festival
6/20 -- Clisson, France @ Hell Fest

Published January 27th, 2015 @ 1:09 PM

Primal Scream announced a short North American tour surrounding their appearance at Levitation (aka Austin Psych Festival).  So far a Detroit date has not been announced, however the tour will be rolling through the cities listed below, with tickets on sale Friday, January 30th. Primal Scream's last album, More Light, was released in 2013.

5/09 -- Austin, TX @ Levitation
5/11 -- New Orleans, LA @ Civic Theater
5/12 -- Atlanta, GA @ Terminal West
5/14 -- Millvale, PA @ Mr. Smalls Theater
5/15 -- Toronto, ON @ Danforth Music Hall
5/17 -- Boston, MA @ Royale
5/19 -- Philadelphia, PA @ Theatre Of Living Arts
5/20 -- New York, NY @ Irving Plaza
5/21 -- Brooklyn, NY @ Warsaw

Published January 27th, 2015 @ 11:31 AM

2015/01/26


Inspiral Carpets released the video for their new delightfully organ-heavy single "Let You Down" today. The track is available on the band's latest album Inspiral Carpets, which was released last fall. The single and video features 70's punk poet John Cooper Clarke [Clarke performed at punk/post-punk shows in the 70s opening up for Sex Pistols, Joy Division, Siouxsie & the Banshees, New Order, and more].

Watch "Let You Down" below:



Published January 26th, 2015 @ 4:37 PM

The Jesus & Mary Chain announced a North American tour to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Psychocandy. The band will be performing Psychocandy in its entirety along with other greatest hits from their extensive catalog. The Detroit show is May 3rd at St. Andrew's Hall. The pre-sale kicks of Thursday, January 29th with the general onsale Friday, January 30th at 10am.  Tickets available here.

Full North American schedule below:

5/01 -- Toronto, ON @ TBA
5/03 -- Detroit, MI @ St. Andrew's Hall
5/05 -- Chicago, IL @ Riviera
5/07 -- Dallas, TX @ The Bomb Factory
5/09 -- Austin, TX @ Levitation
5/11 -- Denver, CO @ Ogden Theater
5/13 -- Vancouver, BC @ Vogue
5/14 -- Seattle, WA @ Showbox
5/16 -- San Francisco, CA @ Warfield

Published January 26th, 2015 @ 3:37 PM

The first authorized Kurt Cobain documentary Montage of Heck debuted Saturday night at Sundance.  Cobain's estate gave director Brett Morgen unprecedented access to Cobain's archive which includes audio, video, photographs, notebooks, and more, though reportedly the only "never before heard" song in the film is Cobain's acoustic cover of the Beatles' "And I Love Her."

Much ado was made over the absence of commentary/interview clips from ex-Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl, however it wasn't an oversight, it was more of a scheduling issue with Grohl. Morgen told reporters that Grohl has participated in interviews for Montage of Heck, but due to time issues he was unable to include the footage in the version of the film that premiered on Saturday. Morgen suggested to reporters that he may re-edit the film at a later time to add in some commentary/insight from Grohl. Montage Of Heck is scheduled to premiere on HBO on May 4th.



Published January 26th, 2015 @ 12:16 PM