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Hex Enduction Hours

Sep 23, 2021 10:00 PM – 11:55 PM


With Julio Peña

A weekly mix of punk, post-punk, noise rock from the US/UK and beyond!

Finally Feels Like Fall!

A Tucson Fall, anyway.

Hex Enduction Hours
9:59 PM
The Fall - Mansion
The Fall Mansion
This Nation's Saving Grace Beggars Banquet 1985
10:02 PM
Live Skull - Circular Saw
Live Skull Circular Saw
Positraction Caroline Records 1988
Fourth and final studio LP from this NYC-based 80s noise-rock band.
10:03 PM
A Place to Bury Strangers - Keep Slipping Away
A Place to Bury Strangers Keep Slipping Away
Exploding Head Mute 2009
Staying within NYC noise-rock, APTBS formed in 2003.
10:08 PM
Red Lorry Yellow Lorry - Hollow Eyes
Red Lorry Yellow Lorry Hollow Eyes
Talk About the Weather Anagram Records 1985
Debut LP from this English post-punk band, citing Wire and MC5 as musical influences.
10:12 PM
The Southern Death Cult - Crow
The Southern Death Cult Crow
The Southern Death Cult Beggars Banquet 1988
Before fronting The Cult and The Doors (of the 21st Century), Ian Astbury was frontman for this 80s post-punk act.
10:14 PM
Bakamono - Frenching with Aliens
Bakamono Frenching with Aliens
The Cry of the Turkish Fig Peddler Priority Records 1994
Only release from this 90s American noise-rock band. Difficult to find info on them.
10:22 PM
Black Flag - My War
Black Flag My War
My War SST Records 1984
Divisive '84 Black Flag LP. Fans wanted more hardcore punk. Black Flag was exploring sludgier territory. Pulled on the follow-up '84 release "Slip It In".
10:26 PM
Chaos UK - The End is Nigh
Chaos UK The End is Nigh
Chaos UK Riot City 1983
English anarcho-punk band formed in 1979.
10:28 PM
Conflict - The Guilt and the Glory
Conflict The Guilt and the Glory
It's Time to See Who's Who SOS Records 2006
More English anarcho-punk. Originally released in 1983 then re-recorded and re-released in 1984.
10:32 PM
The Fartz - Viet-Vet
The Fartz Viet-Vet
Because This Fuckin' World Still Stinks Alternative Tentacles 1998
80s Seattle hardcore punk band. From '82-'83, Duff MCKagan (of future Guns N Roses fame) played drums.
10:33 PM
Amyl and The Sniffers - Star Fire 500
Amyl and The Sniffers Star Fire 500 R
Amyl and the Sniffers Flightless Records 2019
Opening cut from the debut LP of this Australian punk band.
10:36 PM
Huggy Bear - 16 + Suicide
Huggy Bear 16 + Suicide
Weaponry Listens to Love Wiiija 1994
Final studio LP from this English riot grrrl band.
10:44 PM
Devo - Clockout
Devo Clockout
Duty Now for the Future Warner Records 1979
Second DEVO studio LP. It's DEVO!
10:47 PM
Crash Course In Science - Cakes in the Home
Crash Course In Science Cakes in the Home R
Soul Jazz Records Presents PUNK 45: Kill The Hippies! Kill Yourself! The American Nation Destroys Its Young. Underground Punk in the United States of America, Vol. 1. 1973-1987 Soul Jazz Records 2013
Preview of the more electro-oriented sound the band would explore in future years.
10:48 PM
Nervous Gender - Regress for You
Nervous Gender Regress for You
Music from Hell Nervous Gender Archives 1982
Los Angeles synth-punk band. Released this sacrilegious quasi concept album in 1981.
10:52 PM
Wire - Heartbeat (2006 Remastered Version)
Wire Heartbeat (2006 Remastered Version)
Chairs Missing The state51 Conspiracy 2006
From Wire's second studio LP.
10:55 PM
Pylon - Dub
Pylon Dub
Gyrate Plus Rock Records 1988
80s post-punk based out of Athens, GA.
11:00 PM
The Pop Group - Box 9
The Pop Group Box 9
Citizen Zombie Freaks R Us 2015
Third studio LP from the English post-punk band, following a 35 year recording hiatus.
11:04 PM
The Clash - Junco Partner
The Clash Junco Partner
Sandinista! Sony Music UK 2013
1980 triple LP from the only rock and roll band that mattered. Took a decreased cut of profits to be able to release this experimental recording at an affordable retail cost.
11:08 PM
Public Image Ltd. - Rise
Public Image Ltd. Rise
The Greatest Hits, So Far Virgin Records 1990
Following the disbandment of the Sex Pistol, John Lydon (aka Rotten) formed this great post-punk band and sold some butter on the side.
11:15 PM
Refused - Liberation Frequency
Refused Liberation Frequency
The Shape of Punk to Come Burning Heart Records/Epitaph 1998
Title a nod to Ornette Coleman's free-jazz release "The Shape of Jazz to Come". The band's message and other tunes have been overshadowed by the break-out and now commercial hit "New Noise".
11:19 PM
Massacre - Down to Five a Day
Massacre Down to Five a Day
Funny Valentine Tzadik 1998
Experimental noise-jazz (?) trio of Fred Firth, Bill Laswell, and Charles Hayward (of This Heat).
11:30 PM
Fugazi - Styrofoam
Fugazi Styrofoam
Repeater & 3 Songs Dischord 1990
Folks, I don't think they're getting back together...
11:34 PM
Germs - What We Do Is Secret
Germs What We Do Is Secret R
Gi Rhino/Slash 1979
Darby Crash!
11:34 PM
Boris - Vanilla
Boris Vanilla
Noise tearbridge records 2014
Japanese noise rock legends!
11:38 PM
Pere Ubu - Non-Alignment Pact
Pere Ubu Non-Alignment Pact
The Modern Dance Fire Records 1978
Opening cut from the debut LP of this Cleveland band.
11:45 PM
Television - See No Evil
Television See No Evil
Marquee Moon Rhino/Elektra 1977
Debut LP from this NYC band that, while not traditionally what we think of musically punk, definitely had that ethos. Check out the guitar interplay between Richard Lloyd and Tom Verlaine!
11:49 PM
Richard Hell & The Voidoids - Who Says? (Remastered)
Richard Hell & The Voidoids Who Says? (Remastered)
Blank Generation (40th Anniversary Deluxe Edition) Rhino/Warner Records 2017
Before taking on the role of punk rock's poet laureate, Richard Hell was briefly a member of Television but kicked out due to his undisciplined demeanor.
11:51 PM
The Pork Torta - The Lingonberry Stomp
The Pork Torta The Lingonberry Stomp L
Casual Living Bloat 2012
And goodnight!
Chat is archived.
Julio P. (host) 9:54:38 PM
It's that time, kids...
Izzy K 10:00:38 PM
Julio P. (host) 10:02:47 PM
Hello again!
Bama Dan 10:02:53 PM
Here tonight, Julio. Looking forward to HEH!
Julio P. (host) 10:05:24 PM
'ello, bama dan. Party chat tonight!
Bama Dan 10:06:16 PM
Absolutely! Starting off well tonight!
Julio P. (host) 10:11:24 PM
Thanks, hope you're all well.
Bama Dan 10:14:48 PM
Wow! What a find! The Southern Death Cult!
Julio P. (host) 10:15:34 PM
You familiar with?
Bama Dan 10:16:17 PM
No! And that is what I love about KXCI!
Julio P. (host) 10:16:39 PM
(thumbs up)
Izzy K 10:17:04 PM
the bay area punk website says about bakamono: "BAKAMONO is a band."
Julio P. (host) 10:17:18 PM
haha, sounds about right
Bama Dan 10:19:00 PM
Was in the Bay Area until 1981. Don’t remember BAKAMONO. lol
Ed Kuklinski 10:22:50 PM
keith morris!
Julio P. (host) 10:23:13 PM
Yes! Thank you, Ed. Terrible that I couldn't remember
Izzy K 10:24:16 PM
circle jerks are playing next month at the rialto as far as i know
Julio P. (host) 10:25:00 PM
Thanks for the reminder, Izzy. Gonna have to add some Jerks to the playlist before then.
Ed Kuklinski 10:28:12 PM
i've watched some of the circle jerks '21 shows, on bigger stages, it just doesn't work, for me at least, it needs to be close up and cozy
Julio P. (host) 10:29:13 PM
I saw the Keith Morris-fronted OFF! at Club Congress years ago. Can't imagine the same experience on a bigger stage, yes.
Izzy K 10:29:32 PM
My favorite chaos uk release is the compilation the riot city years. Definitely the best versions of their best songs on there in my own opinion
Julio P. (host) 10:30:12 PM
Yes, some of the pre-comp releases are off low sound quality, as we just heard
Julio P. (host) 10:30:22 PM
Ed Kuklinski 10:31:13 PM
saw OFF! at the rock with Negative Approach, it was awesome, Keith affectionately called me a motherfcuker
Julio P. (host) 10:31:21 PM
Ed Kuklinski 10:33:53 PM
ooh thank you for playing this
Julio P. (host) 10:34:15 PM
I know you had requested Amyl/Sniffers a while ago. Never got around to it
Ed Kuklinski 10:44:03 PM
Thinking about Negative Approach, John Brannon had a band Easy Action, saw them at plush, incredible, can you play them?
Julio P. (host) 10:44:56 PM
Not familiar with Easy Action. Though I do love his bluesy punk with Laughing Hyenas. I'll dig around
Bama Dan 10:48:06 PM
Loving this Devo selection. Remembering seeing these guys in SF in 1980.
Julio P. (host) 10:48:25 PM
When they didn't look at the audience?
Izzy K 10:48:49 PM
Bama Dan 10:48:53 PM
Yes! They didn’t talk to them at all!
Bama Dan 10:49:22 PM
Was awesome.
Izzy K 10:50:27 PM
absolutely love nervous gender
Julio P. (host) 10:50:39 PM
This band scares me. Legit.
Izzy K 10:53:23 PM
in their live at the target performance, they had an 8 year old boy from germany playing the drums with them
Julio P. (host) 10:53:52 PM
hahaha amazing
Bama Dan 10:54:00 PM
Nervous Gender: LOVE THIS!!!
Julio P. (host) 10:54:43 PM
Glad everyone loves Nervous Gender.
Izzy K 11:12:46 PM
the record shows that johnny rotten tends to be wrong on a lot of things
Julio P. (host) 11:14:05 PM
What's that line? Don't meet your heroes? Not that John Lydon should be anyone's hero but that general message rings true
Izzy K 11:26:29 PM
hadnt heard of massacre before. bill laswell had done stuff with the band painkiller. They did a combination of grindcore and avant grade jazz
Ed Kuklinski 11:30:39 PM
what we do is secret by the germs?
Julio P. (host) 11:32:57 PM
Interesting, Izzy. Painkiller sounds familiar but not really...
Ed Kuklinski 11:46:39 PM
one of the best albums ever recorded, in my view
Julio P. (host) 11:47:23 PM
Bama Dan 11:50:53 PM
Glad that Tom Verlain (Television) meets the cut. It should!
Julio P. (host) 11:51:35 PM
Love Television.
Bama Dan 11:52:48 PM
Loving the show, Julio. Great selections!
Julio P. (host) 11:52:58 PM
Thanks, as always, for listening
Julio P. (host) 11:55:51 PM
Goodnight, everyone. Thanks for the company tonight!
Izzy K 11:56:14 PM
goodnight. see ya next time
Ed Kuklinski 11:56:38 PM
best show of the whole week, thanks Julio1
Ed Kuklinski 11:57:14 PM