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Hell’s Kitchen Radio #484: Hell Is Cuh-Ray-Zee

August 10, 10am

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Having a chance to play these tunes for you brings great joy to Hell. There’s a lot of blues in the first hour, and the blues always lifts me up! Give your ears a chance to get used to something new. I read another article recently that spoke about how people get set in their musical ways by the age of 32, and most of that music is what they were listening to in high school and immediately after. 

I’m about to turn 52, and ten of the tunes I played tonight were new to me over the past six months or so. I mean seriously now. I get that we’re busy. I understand that for many music just runs in the background (I actually don’t understand this at all, but I know not everyone can be as obsessed with music as I am), and I get that life keeps on keepin’ on. I guess that’s why I will always be a strong proponent for the power and magic of non-commercial radio.

It’s DJs, who have the power to program their own shows, that give you a chance to sit back and enjoy the aural ride. Let us do the driving, so to speak. That’s ok. I don’t mind that. As a matter of fact I get really excited about that. Just listen to my mic breaks! 

A few notes about this show: Tom Waits is celebrating the 20th anniversary of both “Blood Money” and “Alice”, so you get a taste of that. Some new music from Spain’s Podium, new sounds from Ty Segall and Fantastic Negrito, as well as a premier from local guitarist/producer/engineer Myles Boisen, who will be on my show in two weeks, on Monday, August 22nd. Tune in.

You are also going to want to tune in next Monday, August 13th, 8PM PDST for my guest, rock photographer Jay Blakesberg, who will be in the studio talking up his latest book. I cannot wait for this interview. I have been a fan of Jay’s for many years. Check out his stuff and tune in.

The Radio Valencia studio is looking better each week: new paint job and soundproofing. We’re getting our logo on the awning out front next week! Thanks to our engineering team (aka: JazzNazz) we have the turntables and CD players working better than ever! But we still need you. This is an out-of-pocket venture. Bringing you great programming is our mission, and we can really use your help. Please consider donating to Radio Valencia by going to our PayPal (we are financially sponsored by SF IndieFest) and throwing a few bones our way. Every dime is spent on station needs (rent and equipment mostly). I thank you in advance. 

Time now to sit back and enjoy two hours of aural delights.

jh

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Down In The Street: The Stooges
Grinder Man: John Lee Hooker

Misery Is The River of the World: Tom Waits
Hole in the Wall: Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee

Black Rat: Big Mama Thornton
I Don’t Know: Blues Brothers
Go To Satan: Rube Waddell
Introspection: Population II
Dear Doctor: Rolling Stones

Saturday Pt. 2: Ty Segall
Podium: Podium

Nabbadip: Fantastic Negrito
Master Pretender: First Aid Kit
English is Cuh-Ray-Zee: Peet Seeger
Hot Cha: Roland Kirk
Wild and Free: Curtis Mayfield

Get Up, Stand Up: Bob Marley with The Chineke Orchestra
Iron Man: Brownout

Toulon Pedro: The Toulon-Pedro Connect

Returning Summer: Myles Boisen
Tomorrow Never Knows: 801

Just Got Paid: ZZ Top

Hell’s Kitchen Radio #483: Internationally Known

July 27, 10am

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What do you get when your host has one kid on vacation and the other in daycare all day? You get a very well-prepared program, that’s what you get. I normally have a vague idea of how I want my show to go. I listen to music all of the time, so I always know about 25% of the songs I really want to share with you, leading into a show. I bring plenty with me, so it’s all about having the experience of what artist or genre may match up with what I am currently playing (let’s see Spotify really do that well!). This past week I’ve had a lot more time on my hands to listen to a bunch of vinyl that has needed my attention.

I also went to see Melvins last week, with Helms Alee opening. What an inspiring show that was! This program is more loud than normal. You get some fine sludge and doom, but you’re also going to get some fine angular post-punk, psych, jazz, and more. New music from Helms Alee, Othered, and Ty Segall. That’s why you tune in, and I thank you for that. I really do. 

Take a look at the playlist below, click the link above to stream, and share with your music-loving friends.

The Radio Valencia studio is looking better each week: new paint job and soundproofing. We’re getting our logo on the awning out front next week! Thanks to our engineering team (aka: JazzNazz) we have the turntables and CD players working better than ever! But we still need you. This is an out-of-pocket venture. Bringing you great programming is our mission, and we can really use your help. Please consider donating to Radio Valencia by going to our PayPal (we are financially sponsored by SF IndieFest) and throwing a few bones our way. Every dime is spent on station needs (rent and equipment mostly). I thank you in advance. 

Enjoy.

jh

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Hag Me: Melvins
Dragonaut: Sleep

Tripping Up The Stairs: Helms Alee
Matazoa: Boris

Focus Pocus: Big Business
Kill The Badger!: William S. Burroughs
Redless: Otherered
Mars for the Rich: King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard

Looking At You: Ty Segall
I Shot All The Birds: Blind Shake

Teenage Riot: Sonic Youth
Hands: Lithics
Gut The Quantifier: The Fall

Marlene Dietrich: black midi
Ce n’est Rēve: Population II

N.I.B.: Jazz Sabbath
I’ve Got The Death Energy: Nudity

Bloody Hammer: Roky Erickson
Hell Broke Luce: Tom Waits

Holiday: The Kinks

Hell’s Kitchen Radio #482: You Had Me At Love Whip

July 19, 7pm

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A very inspired show tonight. Maybe it’s the great music I’ve been listening to that I couldn’t wait to share with you? Maybe it’s the fact that I had a lot of time to choose my music before my show? Maybe it was the many people who came in and out of the studio and I really wanted to play some great music for them as well? Whatever the reason, this was a great show to host.

There’s some psychabilly, psychedelia, funk, soul, folk, retro, goth, prog, jazz, classic rock, and even a dirty old one man band!

Hot damn, there’s a lot for everyone here. Try that, Spotify! And you know what, they can’t. Even Shazam gets stumped by some of what I play. That’s what’s so great about non-commercial community radio! You have hosts that know the music, not some algorithm that is programmed to tell you what to like. Do you know that program directors at commercial radio stations are now using Spotify to help them program their stations? Where’s the human touch? 

Radio Valencia brings the human touch in spades! 

The Radio Valencia studio is looking better each week: new paint job and soundproofing. We’re getting our logo on the awning out front next week! Thanks to our engineering team (aka: JazzNazz) we have the turntables and CD players working better than ever! But we still need you. This is an out-of-pocket venture. Bringing you great programming is our mission, and we can really use your help. Please consider donating to Radio Valencia by going to our PayPal (we are financially sponsored by SF IndieFest) and throwing a few bones our way. Every dime is spent on station needs (rent and equipment mostly). I thank you in advance.

Enjoy and please share.

jh 

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Love Whip: Reverend Horton Heat
Some Velvet Morning: Vanilla Fudge

Move Your Hand: Lonnie Smith
I Wanna Be Free: New York Underground Funk Band

Venomous Dogma: Fantastic Negrito
Only Son Of The Ladiesman: Father John Misty
Cold Pillows: Shannon Shaw

Said Goodbye To That Car: Marissa Nadler
Fever Dreams: Scott H Biram
Man’s World: Crow Jane

Odd Octubree: brandUn DeShay (ft. Tyler the Creator, Casey Veggies, MF Doom)
Blue Jay Way: The Beatles
Les Vents: Population II

Friday Morning: Khruangbin
Loran’s Dance: Idris Muhammad
Darkest Light: Lafayette Afro Rock Band

Madman Across The Water (Piano Demo): Elton John

The Creole Love Call: Roland Kirk
Zombie: CW Stoneking
What A Wonderful World: Louis Armstrong

Hell’s Kitchen Radio #481: Take The High Road

July 13, 10am

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Wow, this radio thing is kinda fun. Since I attended Mosswood Meltdown, July 2nd and 3rd, I decided to take last week off. Did you miss me? What do you mean no?

Taking a week off means that I have even more new music to share with you this week! 

If you tune in regularly, then you know my show is all over the place. I play what moves me, hoping it moves you too. New music from Podium, Shannon Shaw, and Ty Segall. There’s a lot that’s new to you, including a Neil Young Archives release, “Toast” from 2001. I also had tickets to give away for an upcoming Bottom of the Hill show. I played music from the three acts performing that night.

Tune in regularly for your chance to win tickets to local shows. 

The Radio Valencia studio is looking better each week: new paint job and soundproofing. And now we have our equipment in tip-top shape. But we still need you. This is an out-of-pocket venture. Bringing you great programming is our mission, and we can really use your help. Please consider donating to Radio Valencia by going to our PayPal (we are financially sponsored by SF IndieFest) and throwing a few bones our way. Every dime is spent on station needs (rent and equipment mostly). I thank you in advance.

Now, go check out the playlist below, click on the link above and enjoy the show.

jh

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This Is Madness: The Last Poets
Take Your Medicine/Meddle with Metal: Czarface and MF Doom

I Wish You Would: Billy Boy Arnold
She Left Me With A Mule To Ride: Big Joe Williams

Centrate: Podium
Blues Theme: Davie Allen and the Arrows
She’s A Woman: Jeff Beck

Broke My Own: Shannon Shaw
Silent Season: Golden Void
One Step Ahead: Big John Patton

Goin’ Home: Neil Young and Crazy Horse
Poptones: PIL

Don’t Lie: Ty Segall
Gyre: Meatbodies

Carnival: Bikini Kill
No Fair: Wipers
Mad Moth: The Bobby Lees

United States of Chemicals: The Criticals
Don’t Let It Be Me: VEERS

Zombie: Weekend Youth
GFY: Amyl and the Sniffers
Teengenerate: The Dictators

Amazona: Roxy Music
In That Great Getting Up In The Morning: The New Gospel Keys

Hell’s Kitchen Radio #480: Miniature American Flags For All

June 30, 11am

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Standing in the newly painted Radio Valencia studio really fills me with pride, and inspires me to put on a quality show for you all. That’s not saying the other weeks were phoned in, it just feels like I walked into a brand new studio and I’m really jazzed about it. 

Radio Valencia is a collection of jocks who have come together to play our favorite music for you. Some of us have been at this radio game a few decades now. RV has been going strong-ish since 2010. Having a storefront location this last year has been a huge boon for us, and we’re now in a position to make the most of it; hence the facelift. Big thanks to the Tuesday night crew, Culturefest’s Lilly and Joe. These two really went all out. When I walked in Monday night I could have sworn the studio was actually bigger than before!

Sunday Streets on Valencia is July 10th. If you’re in the area drop by and check out the studio. We’re at 3227 22nd Street, between Mission and Valencia, next door to Make Out Room.

Tonight’s show had a lot of emotion throughout it. New music from Emily Clark and Fanstastic Negrito. There’s a 45th anniversary expanded edition Bob Marley, and a build up to this weekend’s Mosswood Meltdown in the second hour. And George Carlin speaks about a timely issue beyond the grave.

How do I pack so much in? You’ll just have to tune in Monday’s 8-10PM PDST and find out.

Enjoy and please share.

jh

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Do It: Rollins Band
The Man With The X-Ray Eyes: Bauhaus

A Change Is Gonna Come: Baby Huey

Moth Tongue: Crystal Fairy
Nasty Girl: Betty Davis
Life Goes On: Big Mama Thornton

You Better Have A Gun: Fantastic Negrito
Let Me Roll It: Paul McCartney and Wings

Amazing Grace: Aretha Franklin

Big Sky: Emily Clark and the Passing Fancy
Chismiten: Mdou Moctar

Suck My Left One: Bikini Kill
Love Canal: Flipper
Crawl: Shannon and the Clams
Racist, Sexist Boy: The Linda Lindas
AirBnB: Kim Gordon

Lovers Lane: Hunx and His Punx
George Carlin Pro Life, Abortion, and the Sanctity of Life
Fisherman Dub: Lee Perry

Natural Mystic (Alternative version): Bob Marley
In The Great Getting Up In The Morning: The New Gospel Keys

Hell’s Kitchen Radio #479: Golden Psych And Roll

June 14, 5pm

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I don’t know what got into me but whatever it was I just had to get it out during this show. It’s almost exclusively from the golden era of psych and rock and roll from the late 60s until about 1974. And it’s a mix of European, Middle Eastern, and Latin American bands. Thee Oh Sees and Dungen are both in there so you can hear their influences. This was such a fun show to put together, I think you’ll enjoy each tune. 

I’m guessing you haven’t heard of most of these bands. I talk them up between sets, so if you’re looking for any info, listen up! It’s a safe bet I haven’t played 85% of these artists on my show, ever. And I’m talking since my start in 1988. OK, maybe 75%. Oh wait, 65%?

I also gave tickets away to another epic upcoming show at the Bottom of the Hill in SF. If you live in the Bay Area and you want to go see a show, you should be tuned into Radio Valencia regularly. Many of our shows have tickets to give to you! Or you! Or maybe even you!

Enjoy and please share.

jh

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Everyday Monday: Laghonia
Gelatinous Cube: Thee Oh Sees

Burning Sister: Amon Duul II
Stadsvandringar Del 2: Dungen
Haliç’te Güneşin Batışı: Mogollar

Thlah Cinta Berlalu: Koes Barat
Church of Anthrax: John Cale and Terry Riley
Canim Kurban: 3 Hur-El

Little Hands: Skip Spence
Psychedelic Weapons: Alejandro Jodorwsky

Transparent Radiation: Red Crayola
No Good Trying: Syd Barrett

Kobaia: Magma
The Good Mr. Square/She Was Tall, She Was High: The Pretty Things

I Hate You: The Monks
The Whip: Frantics
Flameout: 101 Strings Orchestra
A Million Grains of Sand: Freak Scene

Two Sisters: The Kinks
Poor Moon: Canned Heat
Apocalipsis: Vox Dei

Love Is A Feeling: Public Nuisance
Magica: Os Mutantes

Egyptian Kings: Brainticket
What A Wonderful World: Louis Armstrong

Hell’s Kitchen Radio #478: My Mouth, Your Ears

June 8, 12pm

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Following that live Black Sabbath from 1970 I played during my Live Bootleg Bonanza, I just had to keep the feeling moving. This show is mostly loud and in your gut, with a couple of tunes in there to let you catch your breath.

Check out new music from The Bobby Lees ( I love this band), Ty Segall (you already know how I feel about him), Iggy Pop (the greatest love of all), Kikagaku Moyo (they’re coming back to the Bay!!!), and Le Butcherettes (when will Teri Genderbender return???). 

I feel you feelin’ me, so we’ve got that goin’ on, which is good. 

In the meantime, sit back relax, open your mind, and get ready to be punched in the earholes the way you like it. 

Tune in each Monday, 8-10PM PDST. I always have tickets to give away to a local show. You really need to get out more often.

Enjoy and please share.

jh

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Black Sabbath: Flower Travelin’ Band
Love You To Death: The Darts

Dig Your Hips: The Bobby Lees
Broken Hands: Mudhoney

Shakey Jake: Joe McPhee
Bodies: Sex Pistols

Hello, Hi: Ty Segall
Trouble In Mind: Mavis Staples and Levon Helm
Gettin’ Hard: Death Valley Girls

Dirty Sanchez: Iggy Pop
Reach For The Sunn: Meatbodies
Yayoi Iyayoi: Kikagaku Moyo

No Time For The Blues: OBN IIIs
Never Look Back: Night Beats
Full Reverse: Acid King

Fuck Bobby: Buzzed Lightbeer
Garbageman: The Cramps
The Universe: Le Butcherettes

Memories are for Losers: Dark Carnival
Coma Girl: Joe Strummer

Hell’s Kitchen Radio #477: Surf The Mutant Fish

June 6, 9am

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I was thrilled to host Steve DePace of Flipper, once again, in the Radio Valencia studio recently. This time he brought along with him Brendan Earley of the legendary SF art/punk band The Mutants. They were in to talk up the Great American Music Hall show, Thursday, May 26 in celebration of the latest installation at the Tenderloin MuseumSounds of the Tenderloin

These two have quite a few stories to share. I even surprised them both with a few classic, out of print 45s. You can hear all of this by clicking on the link above. See the playlist below. 

I just saw Mudhoney recently, so opening this particular show with an Angry Samoans cover sounded perfect. This show is good and loud. New music from The Bobby Lees, Dumb Numbers (featuring Melvins), Willie Nelson, and Boris. Reissues from The Clash and The Fall.

I know you’re going to dig this.

Enjoy and please share.

jh

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You Stupid Asshole: Mudhoney
Burning Bush: Mono Men
Linda Blair: Redd Kross
Doin’ The Kirk: The Mummies

Interview with Brendan Earley (The Mutants) and Steve DePace (Flipper)

Love Song: The Mutants
Get Away: Flipper

Interview with Brendan (The Mutants) and Steve (Flipper)

Supermarket Nightmare: Victims Family
Pre-Strike Sweep: Googs
I Come From the Mountain: Thee Oh Sees
Fishing: PIL

Interview with Brendan (The Mutants) and Steve (Flipper)

We’ve Got Bigger Problems Now: Dead Kennedys
I Wanna Wanna Wanna Wanna Get Rid Of You: Psychotic Pineapple
Roadrunner: Thee Headcoatees

This Is Radio Clash (Different Lyrics – 40th Anniversary release): The Clash
Hip Priest: The Fall

Hollywood Junkyard: The Bobby Lees
Sonic Reducer: Dead Boys
So-Called Solid Objects: Dumb Numbers with The Melvins

What Do I Get: Destroy All Monsters
Painkiller: Boris + Endon

Sunken City: Mike Watt and the Secondmen
Deep Elem Blues: Good Old Boys
With A Little Help From My Friends: Willie Nelson

Hell’s Kitchen Radio #476: No Reward Without Hell

May 19, 9pm

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How many ways am I supposed to say it, you do not get nearly enough good music in your diet. I want you to promise that if I drop off the face of this Earth, that you are going to commit to listening to quality music on the daily. And you need to mix it up. You can’t just stay with the same genre, you know? My suggestion, when you go record shopping and you purchase three or more records make at least one from a genre you aren’t used to. Trust me, it’s a great way to build your collection while broadening your horizons.

I know that my international collection was built in this way. And I never would have discovered the richness of African Funk if I didn’t stick to this method. And one artist leads to another, and one unheard of genre leads to another. My dad always said there’s no reward in life without risk. I have always taken that to heart, in ways I’m not ready to discuss on this blog. I can attest to the fact that taking a risk on music is always a good thing. Except that hair metal band, Cinderella. There was no redeeming qualities in that band, none. Winger either. Nope. Sorry. None.

As for this show right here, I think the sets speak for themselves. I was in a real dance mood in the first few sets; really funky. If you haven’t heard Mdou Moctar, then you haven’t heard one of the all-time greatest guitarist there is, alive or dead. Seriously, he’s up there with Hendrix and Van Halen. There’s new music from Japan’s Kikagaku Moyo, who are on their final tour right now. A show I cannot attend because I’m going to be in Yosemite. Lucky me. I gave tickets away in the second hour to Diane Coffee. You really need to check them out. The entire lineup is in the last half hour.

Lots of new music for you that isn’t much of a risk. Perhaps I need to get a bit more edgy next week? Tune in.

Enjoy.

jh

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Give It Up Or Turn It Loose (Remix): James Brown
The Hands of Time: The Perfect Circle

Funeral Solution: Oh Sees
See You In The Boneyard: The Flesh Eaters

Gnekelhe Mohi: Orchestre Massako
Lungs: John Abercrombie

Chrismiten: Mdou Moctar
Over and Out: Sex Mob

Monaka: Kikagaku Moyo
Fulton Street: Eddie Gale

Salt Peanuts: Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker, Max Roach, Bud Powell, Charles Mingus
Do Not Go Gentle Into the Good Night: Iggy Pop

When My Day of the Crone Comes: Brigid Dawson
Before I Ask: Negativland
Secrets: King Crimson

Forecast: Diane Coffee
Get Out: Jackie Cohen
Chestburster: Mary Claire

Pick A Bale of Cotton: Taj Mahal and Ry Cooder
In That Great Getting Up In The Morning: The New Gospel Keys

Hell’s Kitchen Radio #475: Proto-Post-Perv-Punk

May 14, 4pm

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Oh wow that was really fun. There are those nights when everything just clicks. This was one of those nights. The tunes, the transitions, the mic breaks, and almost 100% of the equipment worked better than expected. That’s saying something.

I’ve been doing this a long time, and others prepare their sets down to the minute, choosing just the right tracks days before their show, and it really shows. I’ve never been that way. Never. I bring a heap load of music with me, mostly vinyl, but I do have a small CD case I’ll reload every so often, and then there’s my external HD, loaded with my latest digital acquisitions. BTW, when I buy a new record, I love getting both the vinyl and the digital download. What a world we live in!

Lots of new music tonight, featuring Ty Segall, Kikagaku Moyo, The Bobby Lees, Dogbowl (thanks Jim!), Willie Nelson, Taj Mahal and Ry Cooder, and Boris. There’s some Jazz, Punk, Blues, “Gospel”, Psychedelic, Proto-Punk, British Prog, and much more. 

Let’s see your local commercial radio station even come close to what you get on Radio Valencia.

Enjoy and please share.

jh

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Money: The Flying Lizards
Shot Down: Frisco

Hello – Hi: Ty Segall
Girlfriend: Death Valley Girls

Dancing Blue: Kikagaku Moyo
Venus in Furs: Velvet Underground
TV Eye: The Stooges

Hollywood Junkyard: The Bobby Lees
Original Faubus Fables: Charles Mingus

I See The Light/What’s His Name: Scott H. Biram
On My Own: Dogbowl with Jim F

We’re Not Happy (Til You’re Not Happy): Willie Nelson
Diggin’ My Potatoes: Sonny Terry

The Midnight Special: Taj Mahal and Ry Cooder
Tombstone Shadow: Creedence Clearwater Revival
Master of the Universe: Hawkwind
New Potato Caboose: Grateful Dead

Frontier Glitch: Strike Anywhere
Frail Bray: Western Addiction
Summer Trip: Decent Criminal
Give Me The Cure; Fugazi

Eros: Boris + Endon