The Earful Episode 21


Welcome everyone to SEASON 2 of THE EARFUL, a music countdown show from the minds over at OH NO RADIO SHOW and hosted by Tom Barile and Ty Whicher. This bonus show features 12 tracks every week of some of our favorite music new and old. Maybe you've heard some stuff and maybe you haven't so we hope to supply a healthty dose of jams for our audience every friday to make that weekend soundtrack on point. If you're listening to anything we should be please make sure to hit us up over at our Facebook Page and drop us a track! Enjoy this season and Cheers to those Ears!!

Tracks played on this episode of The EARFUL:

Top of the show - “C U Next Tuesday” by Peter & The Test Tube Babies - off One of Us - 2017

1 -Freddy The Flying Dutchman & The Sistina Band  - “Wojtila 5 - Disco Dance” -  off Italo Disco - Essential Italian Disco Classics 1977-1985

Freddy The Flying Dutchman & The Sistina Band are Italian producers Elio Aldrighetti & Stefano Pulga

2 - Siriusmo - “Congratulator” - off Enthusiast - 2013

Moritz Friedrich, better known by his stage name Siriusmo, is a GermanBerlin-based record producer who was initially influenced by Squarepusher. His tracks can be broadly defined as electronic, and are formulated with a variety of samples.

3- Big Gigantic -  “C'mon” - off Brighter Future - 2016

Big Gigantic is an instrumental electronic, hip-hop, and jazz musical duo based out of Boulder, Colorado and are known as the pioneers of adding live saxophone to dance music.

4- Alice Cooper -  “Trash” off Trash - 1989

Alice Cooper is an American singer, songwriter, and actor whose career spans over five decades. With his distinctive raspy voice and a stage show that features guillotines, electric chairs and fake blood.

5- Mike Gordon - “Crazy Sometimes” - off OGOGO - 2017

Michael Eliot "Mike" Gordon is a bass guitar player and vocalist most recognized as a founding member for the band Phish. In addition to bass, Gordon is an accomplished banjo player, and is proficient at piano and guitar.

6- Jaga Jazzist - “One-armed Bandit” - off One-armed Bandit - 2010

Jaga Jazzist is an experimental jazz band from Norway that rose to prominence when the BBC named their second album, A Livingroom Hush, the best jazz album of 2002.

7- The Arcs - “Chains of Love” - off Yours, Dreamily,- 2015

The Arcs is an American garage rock band formed by Dan Auerbach, the guitarist and vocalist of the Black Keys. Auerbach announced this side project after performing on the Governors Ball in 2015.

8- Deerhoof - “Begin Countdown” off Mountain Moves - 2017

Deerhoof is an American independent music group formed in San Francisco in 1994. It currently consists of founding drummer Greg Saunier, bassist and singer Satomi Matsuzaki, and guitarists John Dieterich and Ed Rodriguez.

9 - CFO$ - “Glorious Domination (Bobby Roode)” - off WWE: Glorious Domination (Bobby Roode) - Single - 2016

CFO$ is an American songwriting and production duo consisting of John Paul Alicastro and Michael Conrad Lauri. They are known for creating entrance music and program themes for WWE.

10- Kid Bloom - “Electric U” - off A Different State of Mind - 2016

Kid Bloom is the epitome of ‘70s psychedelia-dipped pop. The quintet is comprised of singer-guitarist Lennon Kloser, singer/guitarist/keyboardist Jesse Perlman, drummer Josh Conway, keyboardist Alex Canter, and bassist Brad Bowers. 

11 - MUTEMATH - “Achilles Heel” off Play Dead - 2017

Mutemath is an American alternative rock band from New Orleans that formed in 2002. The group consists of lead vocalist and keyboardist Paul Meany, guitarist Todd Gummerman, and bassist Jonathan Allen

12 - The Sensational Alex Harvey Band -  “Framed” off Framed / Next - 1972

Alexander James Harvey was a Scottish rock and blues musician. Although his career spanned almost three decades, he is best remembered as the frontman of The Sensational Alex Harvey Band, with whom he built a reputation as an exciting live performer during the era of glam rock in the 1970s.

NEW SEGMENT!!: The Earful: Fiver

5 hard-hitting questions each one of are guests must answer in the form of a musical track of their choosing:

1. A track 15 year old you would jam loud and proud.

Strokes - last night

2. (Pick one) a track to fuck to / a track to fight to / a track forget someone.

Stooges - fuck: the stooges - down on the street

3. A track that makes you think of one of the happiest moments in your life.

Catherine wheel - black metallic

4. A track that you are so ashamed you like you would lock it away someone where nobody could find it and throw away the key.

Everclear - so much for the after glow

5. The year is 2064. Man kind has ceased to exist. Aliens have taken over earth. They discover while cleaning up the wreckage of the great human/alien war a sealed container. They open it revealing a single burned CD with a note on it. This note is written by you and says "to whom ever finds this. Play this track for it is the single greatest piece of what my civilization called music left in existence. Learn it, recite it and pass it along to the future of your beings". What is this track?

Velvet underground - heroin


Make sure to check out all the past episodes of THE EARFUL over at OUR PAGE RIGHT HERE! Stay tuned for future episodes and make sure to check out these artists online if you liked any of the tracks you heard on today's show. Also if there are songs, artists or albums you think we should be listening to please leave them over on our Facebook Page 


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