Monday, April 25, 2016

Sunday, April 24, 2016

Radio – Sunday April 24th, 2016



The Ramones released their first LP on April 23rd, 1976, 40 years ago yesterday. You can hear the show on the player above or download an MP3 file here.

RAMONES – Judy is a Punk (Sire)

We recorded a new local band called SAGO on January 17th, 2016. They are an awesome band with a self-released demo out titled “City Wide Garbage Strike” which came out in November of last year. SAGO is opening up for DS-13 on May 17th at Coalition T.O. That’s a show not to miss. We are going to start out with a song called “Ignorant Shit”.

SAGO – Ignorant Shit (CIUT)
SAGO – Interview (CIUT)
SAGO – Antipathy (CIUT)
SAGO – Interview (CIUT)
SAGO – Accusations (CIUT)
SAGO – Interview (CIUT)
SAGO – Fukk the Cops (CIUT)
SAGO – Interview (CIUT)
SAGO – Capitol Punishment (CIUT)
SAGO – Interview (CIUT)
SAGO – Throwaway (CIUT)
SAGO – Interview (CIUT)
SAGO – Faceless Criminals (CIUT)
SAGO – Interview (CIUT)
SAGO – In Harm’s Way (CIUT)
SAGO – Interview (CIUT)
SAGO – Squeeler (CIUT)

Tonight’s demo feature is a band from Buffalo called Radiation Risks. There is a write up in the May issue of MRR. This is for fans of VCR and the DEAD MILKMEN with new wave flourishes a la ROMEO VOID or THE STRANGLERS. This is dirty garage core in the vein of DEAN DIRG. You can download this recording at the label's bandcamp page.

RADIATION RISKS – Acid Fantasy #1 (More Power Tapes)
RADIATION RISKS – This (More Power Tapes)
RADIATION RISKS – The Purse (More Power Tapes)
RADIATION RISKS – This and That (More Power Tapes)
RADIATION RISKS – Prayers (More Power Tapes)
RADIATION RISKS – A Man About Town (More Power Tapes)
RADIATION RISKS – Sea of Love (More Power Tapes)

Sunday, April 17, 2016

Radio - Sunday April 17th, 2016



In fundraising tradition we start off by playing name that tune with DJ Brown from the Prophesy as he used to be a ska DJ prior to becoming a junglist. We look for a ska like cover done by a hardcore or punk band. We chose a recent cover of the Slickers done by DOA. Please donate to CIUT at www.ciut.fm. You can download a copy of the show here

DOA – Johnny Too Bad (Sudden Death)

SHEXD is one of the most popular segments on the show, so we start out by paying tribute to the multiple nuggets of programming they are involved in that have spun off into other things on the show and for that we are grateful. The CURSE because Mickey Skin showed up for the first ever SHEXD, STRANGLED because Zoe tipped us off to this new band from Edmonton, and OUTCRY because the singer was involved in the most recent instalment of SHEXD. That is a small list of contributions. Check out the –SHEXD tag for more of Chloe, Zoe, Sarde, and Marji’s contributions because they are many

THE CURSE - Shoeshine Boy (Hi Fi)
STRANGLED - White Noise (Crude City)
OUTCRY – Chatter (Self-Released)

We often pull together sets of bands love for radio. Here is a set that expresses pun band’s thought on radio starting off with

THE STOOGES – 1969
THE JOLTS – Radio man
THE UGLY – Hell Time (Other Peoples Music)

Last week we played a new band from Vancouver called VILEINS featuring Shawn Lovblom, who used to sing in the Reprobates. We don’t often get listener feedback so I thought I would share what he wrote. “Thanks for the airtime, I'm loving the soviet theme you've been doing, I've been really getting into a Russian band called Knho, with Victor Tsoi. not exactly hard stuff but I do like it. Anyways, I'm stuck working many hours for a couple more weeks, then I can catch up on all the good programming from you. Thanks for all you do.” That was nice to hear.

Also last week we heard from a Jose who did translation for us with Arrabio and Adictox from Cuba and is also a listener of the show. He wrote to thank us for the feature we did on Colombia. He started messaging with the singer from Secta Suicida who knew the bands and said it was a solid playlist. Then he heard his band being played, which is one of those once in a lifetime moments. We learned of a number of partnerships going on between Montreal and Colombia like Malokio just getting back from touring there and Parasites heading down and doing a slit release with Secta Suicida. These partnerships seem unique to the punk scene. Jose is originally from Mexico and he agreed to put together a show on Mexico, which we have started planning. That will air in the next few months. The research has begun. In the meantime here are a few early punk bands from Mexico

DANGEROUS RHYTHM - The Bar (Orfeon Videovox)
SIZE – Strategy (Rock n Roll Circus)
REBEL’D PUNK - Mi Nueva Nación (Discos Cobra)

The live studio 3 sessions are such a big component to the show. Shawna has been in with Arson on January 5th, 2011, Sluts on 45 on September 17th, 2013 and Artificial Dissemination on June 3rd,2015. And Jamie has been in with the Rezentments on January 21st, 2014, and with Artificial Dissemination on June 3rd, 2014. I asked both about their experiences with the sessions.

ARTIFICIAL DISSEMINATION – GMO (CIUT)
KATATONIX – Rip Off (CIUT)

Vince was in on July 10th, 2013 with Make No Gains and more recently with the Katatonix on March 15th, 2016. Vince also talked about what being on CIUT has meant for getting connected with the scene. We played a yet to be aired song b the Katatonix.

LEATHER UPPERS – Supercar (Past It)
RADIO STARS - Dirty Pictures (Chiswick)
LIGHTMARES – Money Woes (Self-Released)
WAYOUTS – No Time (Wayout)

To go out with we rhymed off many things that we have broadcast in the last couple of months which included:
-an interview with Tony Rettman who wrote “Why Be Something That You’re Not” and “NYHC” on March 27th.
- an interview with Freddy Pompeii on February 28th
- an interview Ben Needham of X45 about the “Make Me Sick” fest in Hamilton on January 24th.
- the annual punk christmas show on December 20th hosted by Dave Stevenson
- We will be airing an interview with Geoff Pevere about “Gods of the Hammer”
- We will air an interview with FUCK YOU PAY ME from Cleveland

SECTA SUICIDA - Crisis de Identidad (Discos MM)
SCHLEIM KEIM - Abfallprodukte Der Gesellschaft (Aggressive Producktions)
FUCK YOU PAY ME - Loss Leader (Six Weeks)

Sunday, April 10, 2016

Radio - Sunday, April 10th, 2016



We started off with Grand Malota who are from Panama and we heard the song “La Voz de Los Muertos” and we played them because the Panama papers were easily the most newsworthy story of the week with the revelations of all these rich people hiding their money in tax evasion schemes. We have already seen the Prime Minister of Iceland resign and David Cameron is implicated through his father. There are ten other heads of state in trouble so we will see how this story pans out. Listen to the show on the player above or download an MP3 here.

GRAND MALOTA - La Voz de Los Muertos

GAWKER - Peeping Tommy Boy (Fat Man Looking Through a Tiny Window (Calgary)
VILEINS – Stress Attack (Self-Released)
SOCIAL DISEASE - Bully Boys
MOTHERFUCKERS - Water Monopoly
KOSZMAR – Rozkaz
JAVLA – Inheritance

L.I. - Night Fever (Deranged)
TV FREAKS – D.V.O.T. (Schizophrenic)
NEIGHBORHOOD BRATS – One Wasted Year (Taken By Surprise)
DISASTERBATERS – Get You Off My Mind (Self)
TON TON MACOUTES – Oh No (Slovenly)

THE ADICTS – Straightjacket (Abstract)
THE UNDERTONES – You've Got My Number (Salvo)
MODERNETTES – Teen City (Sudden Death)
THE DICKIES – Paranoid (A&M)
NERVOUS TALK – Way To Go (Hosehead)

I was reading an interview in the latest issue of MRR with Ricardo Melendez about the Punk scene in Colombia in an article titled “Bogota Punk” It is the first of a three part series. But in the interview Ricardo writes about some of the early bands and about the bands to follow. COMPLOT were the first self-designated punk band to come out and play. They were from Medellin and they covered the BUZZCOCKS’ song “Love Battery”.

COMPLOT - Love Battery (Bootleg)

A compilation came out in 1988 called “El Cartel del Punk Medallo” which features so many great hardcore bands from Medellin at the time

I.R.A. - Funesta diversion (Self-Released)
DESADAPTADOS - Un Paso Mas (Punkema)
P-NE – No Mas Classes (Grabaciones con las uñas)
SOCIEDAD VIOLENTA - Frutos Podrido (Grabaciones con las uñas)
RESISTENCIA - Factor Raza Humana ((Grabaciones con las uñas)
LIBRE - Viviendo en un Mundo Fachista (Grabaciones con las uñas)
LOS SUZOX - 4 Perros (Self-Released)

When asked about who was the most pioneering bands were Ricardo said Morgue and La Pestlilencia so here are songs by each of those bands

LA PESTILENCIA – Fango (Mort Discos)
MORGUE – Dejenme

Morgue were from Bogota and were the long lasting band surviving as a band for 22 years. Their songs were critical and they sang about life in the city. The family tree image on the side come from a blog called Blog Anti and became a huge resource for researching punk in Colombia.

In the mid-90’s a compilation came out by bands from Bogota called “El Bogotazo” which featured four bands on it.

DESARME - Puta Democracia (Sancore)
DEMENCIA LIBERTARIA – Suramerica (Sancore)

FERTIL MISERIA - Inteligencias Muertas (Self-Released)
INDIGENCIA MORAL - Indigencia Moral (Self-Released)
POLIKARPA Y SUS VICIOSAS – No al Servicio Militar (Self-Released)

EX-KOMBRO - No Seas Victima (Bajo Perfil)
KONTRAORDEN – Dinero (Self-Released)
ANTI TODO – Colombia (Self-Released)
SECTA SUICIDA - Largo Viaje (Discos MM / Rat Trap)
DEAD HERO – Traicionados. (Discos MM)

The documentaries will be available soon at www.bogotopunkdocumental. A trailer for the video can be found at https://vimeo.com/92975242



OBLIVIONATION - Cult Of Culture (Hardware / Man in Decline)
NUEVA FUERZA - Cuerpo Inerte (Discos Enfermos)
MACHO BOYS - Slam (Decadence) (Self-Released)
RULETA RUSA - Me Dan Asco (Discos MMM)
RADIATION RISK – This and That (Self-Released)

Tonight's demo feature is a new band featuring members of Vacant State, Big Crux and others. Sorry State described the tape as "a band out of the west coast of Canada who play a kind of rock-inflected hardcore punk. Despite some very gruff vocals that remind me of 86 Mentality or Ebro from Punch in the Face, the music is super catchy to the point where you could almost call it garage-punk... I'm old so I'm apt to compare the music to something like Social Circkle or Regulations, but younger people probably have more recent reference points of bands who play a similar style (maybe even Coneheads or Cal and the Calories?). Regardless, the combination of the gruff, tough-sounding (yet still really catchy) vocals and the more overtly melodic music is a real winner and bound to please anyone into either catchy 80s-sounding hardcore or some of catchier bands in the recent oi!-inflected hardcore style."

CHEAP APPEAL – No Work Today (Self-Released)
CHEAP APPEAL – Nothing to Offer (Self-Released)
CHEAP APPEAL – Panic (Self-Released)
CHEAP APPEAL – Sensory Overload (Self-Released)
CHEAP APPEAL – Complete Degenerate (Self-Released)

Sunday, April 3, 2016

Radio - Sunday, April 3rd, 2016



The show starts out with some original first wave and older sounding punk. Download the entire show here.

SLOBODANS UNDERGANG - Hög Standard (Sista Bussen)

BUZZARDS - Can't Get Used To Losing You
STARSHOOTER - Get Baque (Pathe)
MARK MALIBU AND THE WASAGAS - First Time Out (Self-Released)
THE FOX SISTERS - Right Hip Pocket (Reel Time)
THE TELEVISIONARIES - The Sun and You (Reel Time)
SLEEPY SLEEPERS – Väinö (EMI)
SOT HAEVN – Latterkick (Sot)
THE RUDE KIDS - Next Time I'll Beat Björn Borg (Sonet)

The offensive and noisey set.
THE DIRTIEST – It’s All Coming Back (Slovenly)
THE CHILD MOLESTERS – You Make Me Sick (Ace & Duce)
KILLDOZER – Farmer Johnson (Touch n Go)
NIG-HEIST – Balls of Fire (Thermidor)
FANG – Everybody Makes me Barph (Boner)

Rip it out and wake us up set
ANIMAL CRIMES - Lock Down (Self-Released)
AGGRESSION PACT - I’d Feel Nothing (Painkiller)
2 x 4 - Survive This Mess (Twerp)
ARMS RACE - Kill the Bill (Quality Control HQ)
BLOOD PRESSURE - Chronic Abuse (Even Worse / Way Back When)
CAUSTIC DEFIANCE - Who Are You? (Way Back When)
NEW BRIGADE - Ups and Downs (Six Feet Under)

TINA PEEL - Punk Rock Janitor (Sin)
THE METROS - Lay It On Me (Rip Off)
THE PUNKS - Quick One (Rave Up)
THE FALL-OUTS - About You (Super Electro)
THE LOVEDOLLS - Beer & Ludes (SST)

Runners Up to March 2016 Top 10
THE SOFISTIFUCKS - 13427 Cascade Ct., Corona, CA, 92880 (Self-Released)
TERMINAL NATION – Waste (Deep Six)
FRENOPATICSS - No al Servicio Militar (Vomitopunkrock)
THE UGLY - Screw the System (Ugly Pop)
THE TERMINAL FIVE - Against A Wall (Feel It)
GAUCHO - Desplacados (Iron Lung)
THE BLOW INS - Nieodebrane Polaczenia (Self-Released)
DOGTEETH – Possession (Self-Released)
TENEMENT – Vicious ( Cowabunga)

Top 10 - March 2016
10. ZEN LUNATICS - H.Y.U (Divs and Mason)
9. SILENT ORDER - Distraction (Konton Crasher)
8. BLOOD RUST - Sincerity for Sale (SPHC)
7. KOSZMAR - Nuklearna Supremacja (Konton Crasher)
6. MODERN PROBLEMS - Foolish Times (Not Like You)
5. KOHTI TUHOA - Voittojen Maksimointi (Svart)
4. DISSEKERAD - Ingen Väg Ut (Phobia)
3. CLOACA - Pig (Self-Released)
2. HARD SKIN - The Bovver Boys Don't Bother Anymore (JT Classics)
1. TORSO - No Commonality (Sorry State)


New band from Montreal that takes some cues from S.H.I.T. You can find their demo on Run State's bandcamp page.

DRIP - Death Dealers (Run State)
DRIP - Unleash (Run State)
DRIP - Coaxers (Run State)
DRIP - Heavy Feet, Sunken Eyes (Run State)
DRIP - Egghead (Run State)