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Hex Enduction Hours

Sep 30, 2021 10:00 PM â€“ 11:55 PM


With Julio Peña

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

It's Thursday Night

You know what that means!

Hex Enduction Hours
10:00 PM
The Fall - Mansion
The Fall Mansion
This Nation's Saving Grace Beggars Banquet 1985
10:03 PM
The Method Actors - No Condition
The Method Actors No Condition
This Is Still It Acute 2010
Short-lived Athens, GA, post-punk duo active from 1979 to 1982.
10:07 PM
The B-52's - Lava
The B-52's Lava
The B-52's Rhino/Warner Records 1979
Debut LP from the Athens band known for such hits as "Rock Lobster" and "Love Shack". But you likely knew that.
10:12 PM
The Blue Orchids - Work
The Blue Orchids Work
A Darker Bloom Cherry Red Records 1980
Post-punk band formed by English musician Martin Bramah after quitting The Fall following recording of "Live At the Witch Trials".
10:16 PM
Magazine - Definitive Gaze
Magazine Definitive Gaze
Real Life Virgin Records 1978
Debut LP from former Buzzcocks frontman Howard Devoto. Left Buzzcocks after recording 1977's "Spiral Scratch".
10:25 PM
The Fall - An Older Lover Etc.
The Fall An Older Lover Etc.
Slates Castle Communications 2004
1981 EP from Mark E. Smith and company and regarded by Fall fans as one of the best recordings by the band.
10:30 PM
Ike Yard - Motiv
Ike Yard Motiv
1980-1982 Collected Acute Records 2006
Early 80s NYC experimental post-punk band. Has the distinction of being the first American band signed to the legendary Factory Records label.
10:36 PM
King Crimson - Elephant Talk
King Crimson Elephant Talk
Discipline (Expanded Edition) Discipline Global Mobile 2016
Opening cut from King Crimson's eight studio LP. Artwork by famed graphic designer Peter Saville.
10:45 PM
NoMeansNo - Give Me the Push
NoMeansNo Give Me the Push
Dance Of The Headless Bourgeoisie Wrong 1998
Eighth studio LP from (in my opinion) Canada's best punk band ever.
10:52 PM
Six Finger Satellite - Pulling A Train
Six Finger Satellite Pulling A Train
Severe Exposure Sub Pop 1995
Post-punk influenced 90s synth from Rhode Island.
10:55 PM
Slug - Face Down
Slug Face Down
Swingers Magnatone Products 1992
Debut LP from this 90s Los Angeles noise rock band.
10:58 PM
The Cramps - TV Set
The Cramps TV Set
Songs the Lord Taught Us EMI Records 1998
File Under Sacred Music
11:01 PM
Didjits - Gold Eldorado
Didjits Gold Eldorado
Hornet Pinata Touch and Go Records 1990
Bombastic Illinois punk band. Better known -unfairly- as the band cover by The Offspring via "Killboy Powerhead" on 1994's "Smash".
11:03 PM
The Killer Smiles - Raising the Stakes
The Killer Smiles Raising the Stakes
Raising the Stakes Die Laughing Records 2020
From Dead Kennedys guitarist East Bay Ray.
11:06 PM
The Circle Jerks - Coup D'etat
The Circle Jerks Coup D'etat
Golden Shower of Hits Cobraside/Porterhouse Records 2008
As heard on the "Repo Man" film soundtrack. Circle Jerks will be playing in Tucson on October 29th at the Rialto Theatre.
11:08 PM
Suicidal Tendencies - Institutionalized
Suicidal Tendencies Institutionalized
Suicidal Tendencies Frontier Records 1983
Continuing with the "Repo Man" cuts. Someone should have given poor Mike a Pepsi.
11:12 PM
Black Flag - TV Party
Black Flag TV Party
Damaged SST Records 1981
Final "Repo Man" soundtrack cut. First full-length Black Flag LP and first Black Flag recording with Henry Rollins on vocals.
11:15 PM
Buzzcocks - Whatever Happened to?
Buzzcocks Whatever Happened to?
Another Music in a Different Kitchen Domino Recording Co 1996
First studio LP release from the Buzzcocks, following the departure of Howard Devoto.
11:18 PM
Gang of Four - Guns Before Butter
Gang of Four Guns Before Butter
Entertainment! Matador 2021
If you are not familiar with this album at this point... I don't know what to tell you other than LISTEN!
11:27 PM
The Contortions - Contort Yourself
The Contortions Contort Yourself
Soul Jazz Records Presents New York Noise: Dance Music From the New York Underground 1977-82 Soul Jazz Records 2003
From saxophonist James White. Lyrics perhaps a nod to "I Fell All Right" by James Brown?
11:32 PM
Lounge Lizards - Do the Wrong Thing
Lounge Lizards Do the Wrong Thing
The Lounge Lizards EG Records 1981
NYC avant-garde jazz formed by early Jim Jarmusch featured player John Lurie, No Wave DNA founder Arto Lindsay on guitar. Album cover designed by Peter Saville.
11:34 PM
Pigbag - Sunny Day
Pigbag Sunny Day
Volume 1 (Dr Heckle & Mr Jive) Fire Records 2010
English post-punk, mostly instrumental, with a heavy reggae/dub influenced sound.
11:42 PM
The Stick Men - Tail Dragger
The Stick Men Tail Dragger
Insatiable Cuneiform Records 2001
Early 80s No Wave influenced punk band from Philadelphia.
11:44 PM
Oil Tasters - Lonely Nite
Oil Tasters Lonely Nite
Oil Tasters Lexicon Devil 2005
80s jazz-punk trio from Wisconsin.
11:52 PM
The Mission Creeps - Midnight Blood
The Mission Creeps Midnight Blood L
Midnight Blood Refractory Records 2016
Chat is archived.
Julio P. (host) 9:56:12 PM
Olly olly oxen free!
Izzy K 10:01:40 PM
hello hello
Julio P. (host) 10:01:47 PM
Izzy K 10:09:42 PM
is this the athens, georgia section of the show?
Julio P. (host) 10:10:26 PM
ha, yes, just two songs womp womp
Bama Dan 10:46:53 PM
Good to be here, albeit late!
Izzy K 10:47:12 PM
best punk band of canada is definitely a bold claim and title to give
Julio P. (host) 10:47:19 PM
Buenos tardes.
Julio P. (host) 10:47:30 PM
Izzy, just one man's non-expert opinion
Bama Dan 10:49:46 PM
I bought a cool Discipline Tshirt in early 1982, with the knot design on it, at a Crimson show. Used to get some great comments!
Julio P. (host) 10:50:43 PM
That's Peter Saville for you. Also created those iconic Joy Division and New Order album covers.
Bama Dan 10:51:08 PM
Yes! Loved those covers!\
Bama Dan 11:06:35 PM
I hope you'll go into a bit more explanation about Didjits and The Offspring reference during the break...?
Julio P. (host) 11:07:11 PM
ha, yes, I just now see my typo made that confusing
Bama Dan 11:12:30 PM
So now you're making up for the Athens stuff by playing some West Cost punk! :-)
Bama Dan 11:12:57 PM
Julio P. (host) 11:13:19 PM
I realized a third of the way through tonight's show that there are many common threads overlapping these bands/records
Julio P. (host) 11:13:39 PM
that was not intentional but seemingly always turns out or works out that way
Bama Dan 11:13:57 PM
John George 11:17:36 PM
Plate O' Shrimp!
Julio P. (host) 11:18:26 PM
It's all part of the cosmic unconsciousness
Bama Dan 11:18:49 PM
Was listening earlier to some cuts from Dirty Projectors' "Rise Above", speaking of Damaged...
Julio P. (host) 11:19:09 PM
It was all meant to be, or is
Izzy K 11:29:01 PM
this is a favorite of mine
Julio P. (host) 11:29:11 PM
Same, Izzy, same
Bama Dan 11:31:08 PM
This is excellent. Never heard this before.
John George 11:31:13 PM
like a lattice o' coincidence
Izzy K 11:32:50 PM
james chance walked so gg allin could run (beating up your audience)
Julio P. (host) 11:33:15 PM
and throw feces at 'e,
Izzy K 11:33:30 PM
dont think the contortions did that part sadly
Julio P. (host) 11:34:00 PM
ha, fortunately
Julio P. (host) 11:53:00 PM
Sayonara. Thank you all for the company tonight
Izzy K 11:53:16 PM
Have a good night