Sunday, January 30, 2011

7 Inch Atlanta's 2011 debut play list


Picture courtesy of the New Hampshire Register newspaper

It's a new year and now there's a new blog for all things 7 Inch Atlanta! Most things 7 Inch Atlanta nowadays revolve around the radio show, so check this space for play lists, podcasts, and other radio-related goodies.

Here's the January 26 playlist. If you missed the show, check out the replay tonight (Sunday) at 10 p.m. on The WOLF Internet Radio. It was my first ever live broadcast and features an interview with The Estrogen Highs.

Communist Radio- The Eat (classic Florida punk)
Teenage Timebomb- The Okmoniks (awesome female fronted garage-punk featuring Nobunny)
Deadhead- Teen Idles (Pre-Minor Threat Ian MacKaye band)
Friends, Family, LSD- The Estrogen Highs (A song by my special guests)
Estrogen Highs interview part 1
Eyeballs Jones- Beat Beat Beat (Solid tune by future members of Predator, Gentleman Jesse, The Customers, and Ex Humans)
Buckhead Betty- The Coathangers (A first album gem that eats the rich)
Let It Snow!- Wymyn's Prysyn (It snows in Atlanta now)
Edita V- Balkans (A sneak peek at the forthcoming Balkans 7" and LP)
Estrogen Highs interview part 2
Private Party- Garbo's Daughter (From my pal Mandy's Burger Records debut!)
Wait- The Spits (from their split with NOFX)
Lydia Lunch- Cowabunga Babez (Austin party punks in the same vein as Finally Punk)
Social Champion- Reptile House (Another branch from the Dischord family tree)
Estrogen Highs interview part 3
We Never Went to the Moon- King Kill 33 (Awesome Atlanta post-rock from the 90's with a conspiracy theory theme)
Dead to the Discourse- Sedatives (Ian from The White Wires' other kickass Ottawa pop-inspired punk group)
Are You Mad?- White Wires (A cut from the fantastic new WWII LP)
We Don't Wanna Be Prisoners- CHIN CHIN (European, all-girl post-punk from a Mississippi Records re-release)
Run Me Over- The Babies (A preview of the Woods/Vivian Girls collaboration's upcoming debut full-length)
Church and State- MDC (The beginning of a short blast of less-than-a-minute hardcore songs)
Idiots at Happy Hour- The Freeze (One of those occasional jabs at my "college town")
Knirk- Cola Freaks (From your favorite Danish band's Rob's House 7")