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- Hey! We’ll be back soon! Been busy collecting so we can run a whole spring and summer without stopping publication. See you next week with an all new episode!
- DISPATCHES FROM THE COUNCIL OF THE SPACE CATERPILLAR
- Episode #34 – Dancefloor Mountain Radio: More Hits From The Prohibition Era And Beyond!
- Episode #33 – Dancefloor Mountain Radio Hour: Donnie and Bill get married at The Sanctuary!
- DISPATCHES FROM THE COUCIL OF HEADACHE ROCK
- DISPATCHES FROM THE COUNCIL OF ROADTRIPPING SPIRIT ANIMALS AND SOLITUDE
- DISPATCHES FROM THE COUNCIL OF UNUSUAL HOOSIER FAUNA: THE TIGERFOX INTERVIEW
- The Alcorubs – Live at Foam City.
- HCOTS Exclusive: YEARS
- HCOTS #6 – Witch, Beastie Boys
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Monthly Archives: May 2011
Rock ‘n Roll. Playing some heavy rockers, some familiar artists and one nod-out by Skip Spence in this week’s episode. When the good weather comes in, it’s time to rock. Enjoy, we’ll see you this weekend for another episode of … Continue reading
Dancefloor Mountain in the public domain. Enjoy. To download this song, click here. To subscribe to this Podcast on iTunes, click here.
Thanks for joining us for Part Two of “Early Rural American Recordings”. Today we’ll continue our adventure through the Mississippi Delta region, North Georgia and Arkansas. With varying styles all over the South in the early 20th century, we get … Continue reading
Dancefloor Mountain blues. We will be working on finishing up the LP in the next month or so. We will be printing around 200 or so copies on vinyl. Stay tuned. To download this song, click here. To subscribe to … Continue reading
Here is the next Dancefloor Mountain Demo. More to come! To download this song, click here. To subscribe to this Podcast on iTunes, click here.
Part One of our very first Two Part episode. This week we will explore the early sessions and players of blues recordings in America’s South. From the Mississippi Delta up to East St. Louis, we explore these obscure artists and … Continue reading
Heavy, heavy, heavy Japanese psych band. Originally formed at the tale end of 1966, the Flower Travellin’ Band began as a cover/experimental band for leader Yuya Uchida. This particular album, released in 1971, is the first of their original compositions … Continue reading