Asian Music Show 11/04/2013

Seoul city synth-rockers LOVE X STEREO are coming back through Michigan this week for a second show at Small’s in Hamtramck (Detroit), you can catch them this Thursday, Nov. 7, doors at 8 PM music at 8 PM, and the show is 18+.

Tonight on the show we’ve got new music from legendary rockers Jaurim, K-pop sensation T-ara, YouTube Awards winners Girls Generation, and much, much more!

Trouble Maker – “내일은 없어 / Now (There Is No Tomorrow)”
T-ara – “넘버나인 / Number Nine”
Love X Stereo – “Soul City (Seoul City)”
K.Will – “촌스럽게 왜 이래 / You Don’t Know Love”
IU – “기다려 / Wait”
Girls Generation – “I Got A Boy”
Jaurim – “스물 다섯, 스물 하나 / Twenty-five, Twenty-one”
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LOVE X STEREO Returns to Detroit This Week

Love X Stereo at SmallsIn case you missed them last Tuesday night, South Korean synth-rockers LOVE X STEREO are returning to Small’s Bar in Hamtramck this Thursday, Nov. 7th.  They’re playing with Barbeque and Snesei, doors are at 8 PM, music starts at 9 PM, 18+ are welcome.

Check out an exclusive interview with Annie Ko about their current tour in support of the GLOW EP, musical influences, and much, much more!

Facebook event for Love X Stereo at Small’s

The (Spooky) Basement – 10/31/13

Happy Halloween Everyone! Thanks for tuning in to the Halloween-themed show tonight. Have fun and be safe!

Here’s tonight’s playlist:

Charlie Don’t Shake – Heaps of Dirt

The Distorted Waltz – Out for Blood

Artifact Lounge – Haunted

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Review of Arcade Fire’s Reflektor

Last week, Arcade Fire dropped their fourth studio album, Reflektor. Anticipation mounted in the months leading up to the release as the Montreal-based band had teased fans with a guerilla marketing campaign, including covertly touring small venues across North America under the alias The Reflektors. Following the Album of the Year Grammy win for their 2010 album The Suburbs, Arcade Fire recruited LCD Soundystem retiree James Murphy as producer for their new 85-minute double LP.
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Flashback 11/1/13

They did the Monster Mash on Flashback tonight and it was a smash!!  Chelbucket played some of the best Halloween-themed oldies including Thriller!  You can see the full set here:

1. Superstition – Stevie Wonder

2. I’m Your Boogie Man – KC & The Sunshine Band

3. Monster Mash – Bobby “Boris” Pickett

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Thee Hourz Playlist 10/31/2013

10pm
Coven 13 Interview
Tankard – Zombie Attack
October 31 – Salem’s Curse
Panopticon – Black Soot and Red Blood
Mercyful Fate – Return of the Vampire
Blotted Science – Synaptic Plasticity
Venom – Don’t Burn the Witch
Vicious Rumors – Deal with the Devil
Witchstone – The Devil’s Bridge
11pm
Death – Evil Dead
King Diamond – Halloween
Manilla Road – Witches Brew
Samhain – Halloween II
Pasadena Napalm Division – 100 Beers with a Zombie
Motorhead – Queen of the Damned
Type O Negative – Halloween in Heaven
Savatage – By the Grace of the Witch
Hallows Eve – Hallow’s Eve
Ghost – If You Have ghosts (Roky Erickson cover)
Powerwolf – Last of the Living Dead
Carcass – Cadaver Pouch Conveyor System
Watain – Sleepless Evil
12am
Coven 13 – Thor’s Twins
Coven 13 – Winds of Revelation
Coven 13 – Elfstone
Coven 13 – Walpurgisnacht
Coven 13 – isle of Man
Coven 13 – Frost Giants
Coven 13 – Witches Kiss
Coven 13 – She Rides at Dawn
Coven 13 – Solitary Days
Coven 13 – Spellbound
Death SS – Werewolf
Gama Bomb – Zombie Blood Nightmare
Slayer – At Dawn They Sleep
1am
Ihsahn – Hilber
Warbringer – Leviathan
Exhumed – The Rotting
Helloween – Halloween
Dead Kennedys – Halloween
Halloween – Trick Or Treat
Iced Earth – Frankenstein
Rigor Mortis – Vampire
Macabre – Werewolf of Bedburg
Grave Digger – Circle of Witches

 

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Interview – Jon Simmons of Balance and Composure

2013 has been a busy year for the Doylestown, Pennsylvania natives in Balance and Composure. They’re in the spotlight of their scene, harnessing an honest and haunting sound that is hard to come by in today’s leading rock artists. Their newest full-length album, The Things We Think We’re Missing, reached number 51 on the Billboard charts when it was released in September, and that was followed up with a couple of tours of the country. They just finished a tour with another band from Pennsylvania called Title Fight, and they are heading towards the end of their run opening up for Coheed and Cambria. Before they opened up for Coheed in Grand Rapids on 10/26, I was able to sit down with their front man, Jon Simmons, to discuss some tour stories, the idea of emo music, their relationship with their producer Will Yip, Halloween and Breaking Bad.

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