1/29/15: Beck & TV On The Radio

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Yeah, there was some strange static in the room the other night. Some coming from the west coast, some coming from the east coast. Beck and TV On The Radio were featured on the Fuzz Factory.

Gotta keep it quick because I am on an art studio deadline. Finishing the paintings for my new exhibition. That’s also the reason for the cancellation of the show next Thursday night. I’ll be in Alabama at the opening of the exhibition.

Here is the playlist. See ya in two weeks.

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Majestic – Screamin’ Cheetah Wheelies

Hard Act To Follow – Brother Cane

Me And Yr Sister – Verbena

Kids – The Features

You Build Me Up (To Bring Me Down) – The Datsuns

Nuclear War (On The Dance Floor) – Electric Six

New York Girls – The Mooney Suzuki

High Voltage – Eagles Of Death Metal

Teen Dream – Chrome Locust

Masterplan – Greenleaf

Alabama Hammer – Tenderloin

Serve Your Soul – Ben Harper

Up In Flames – Xavier Rudd

Talk To God – Goat

Thirty Two – Karma To Burn

Sea Lungs – Baroness

Basement Show – Citizen King

Flavor (Part 1) – The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion w/Beck

Satellite – TV On The Radio

Hotwax – Beck

Beercan – Beck

Golden Age – TV On The Radio

Think I’m In Love – Beck

Don’t Love You – TV On The Radio

Hours – TV On The Radio

Beautiful Way – Beck

Strange Static In The Room

There’s strange static in the room. Some coming from the west coast, some coming from the east coast. Beck and TV On The Radio featured on the show tonight.

Listen to the Fuzz Factory with Brett Callero, THURSDAY (that’s TONIGHT) from 8-10 PM (EST) on SCAD-Atlanta Radio (www.scadatlantaradio.org).


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1/22/15: The Secret Machines & Tripping Daisy

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Other than a little operator error at the beginning of the show, it was smooth sailing in the Fuzz Factory on Thursday. Yes, I had volume problems for the first three songs and the source of the problem was me. This time the technology glitch was just my brain.

As always, great rock & roll was on the menu. The Fuzz Factory Compare/Contrast Feature (FFCCF) was Tripping Daisy and the Secret Machines. Texas-style psychedelic rock from some place other than Austin. Listeners also heard some brand new music, including some supercool new psychedelic rock from Goat and Hookworms.

I’m working in the art studio tonight, got some brushes to clean. So that’s all for tonight. Listen to the Fuzz Factory, THURSDAY nights from 8-10 PM (EST) on SCAD-Atlanta Radio (www.scadatlantaradio.org). Here’s the playlist:

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Stone Me – Wire Train

Never More – Super Furry Animals

The Connection Man – Ty Segall

Double Vision – The Ponys

Savage Victory – Thee Oh Sees

Lotus Flower – Radiohead

The Impasse – Hookworms

On Leaving – Hookworms

Pocket Fulla Fish – Speedball Baby

Slow – Reverend Horton Heat

Sweet ’69 – Pink Mountaintops

Stray Cat Blues – Soundgarden

Berthas – Melvins

Pawn Shop – Tenderloin

The Urn – All Them Witches

Gathering Of Ancient Tribes – Goat

Sad And Lonely – The Secret Machines

My Umbrella – Tripping Daisy

Faded Lines – The Secret Machines

Like I Can – The Secret Machines

Motivation – Tripping Daisy

Have I Run Out – The Secret Machines

Step Behind – Tripping Daisy

Waited A Light Year – Tripping Daisy

Tripping Daisy & The Secret Machines

The relentless rock & roll groove is a continuous line of sound that pulsates from the Fuzz Factory, a most supreme rock & roll parlor. This week, the psychedelic rock rides along for two hours ending with a stop in Texas. Instead of Austin, we ended up in Dallas, an unexpected location. The two bands on the Fuzz Factory Compare/Contrast Feature (FFCCF) are Tripping Daisy and the Secret Machines. Texas-style psychedelic rock from some place other than Austin.

Listen to the Fuzz Factory, THURSDAY nights from 8-10 PM (EST) on SCAD-Atlanta Radio (www.scadatlantaradio.org).

Here’s a few videos to give you the idea about the FFCCF.

 

1/15/15: Greenhornes & Black Hollies

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Welcome to the Fuzz Factory, a most supreme rock & roll parlor. This week, the relentless rock & roll groove marched forward. Looking forward to this year and what it may hold. That’s right, no looking back – no show about last year. I’ll probably post a “best of 2014” list, but I am not having an actual “best of 2014.” I’m glad 2014 is over and I’m already over 2014.

This week, the Fuzz Factory Compare/Contrast Feature (FFCCF) was between two American bands that play 21st century psychedelic rock. The Greenhornes (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Greenhornes) and The Black Hollies (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Black_Hollies) are those two bands and their music really sounds good weaved together. See the playlist below.

Listen to the Fuzz Factory, THURSDAY nights from 8-10 PM (EST) on SCAD-Atlanta Radio (www.scadatlantaradio.org).

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Space -Butthole Surfers

Welcome To The Fold – Filter

Waydown – Catherine Wheel

Sister Pain – Electrafixion

The Difference Between Us – The Dead Weather

I’m Mad – The Dead Weather

I Want It All – Eve’s Plum

Heavy – Collective Soul

Oye Vaya – Earl Greyhound

Operator – Triple Fast Action

Killing Floor (Get Down On It) – Verbena

Cursed Female – Porno For Pyros

Songs About Girls – Catherine

Long Whip/Big America – Corrosion Of Conformity

We Don’t Serve Their Kind – Brant Bjork & The Low Desert Punk Band

Harvest Home – Mark Lanegan Band

Bronze Cast – The Grifters

Bliss – Blues Pills

Burning Time – Rollover

If You Won’t Let Go – The Black Hollies

The Way It’s Meant To Be – The Greenhornes

Somewhere Between Here And Nowhere – The Black Hollies

Too Much Sorrow – The Greenhornes

Number Ten Girl – The Black Hollies

Pattern Skies – The Greenhornes

Paisley Pattern Ground – The Black Hollies

The End Of The Night – The Greenhornes 

Greenhornes and Black Hollies

The Fuzz Factory is back.

Tonight I have all kinds of great rock & roll to play. The show will end with a Compare/Contrast of The Greenhornes and The Black Hollies, two contemporary psychedelic rock bands. It’s gonna groove.

Listen to the Fuzz Factory, THURSDAY nights from 8-10 PM (EST) on SCAD-Atlanta Radio (www.scadatlantaradio.org).

Watch the videos below and get a taste of tonight’s feature.

1/8/15: New Year, New Start

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Hey look, it’s me!

New year. New start. New playlist. The Fuzz Factory is back. Presenting the New Show to start the new year. Listen to the Fuzz Factory, THURSDAY nights from 8-10 PM (EST) on SCAD-Atlanta Radio (www.scadatlantaradio.org).

Catch you over the interwebs TONIGHT! Here’s the playlist.

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New World – Black Nasa

New Woman – Truckfighters

Ain’t Got Nothing (To Go Wrong) – Dead Meadow

Angels – Black Mountain

New Fang – Them Crooked Vultures

Desire Be Desire Go – Tame Impala

Phaser Song – Sun Dial

Feel – Ty Segall

New Direction – Black Lips

Song 2 – Blur

How It Starts – The Features

New Health Rock – TV On The Radio

Fresh Start – Carbon/Silicon

New Frontier – Donald Fagan

New World Man – Rush

The New – Interpol

Same Dress New Day – Tripping Daisy

New Noise – Refused

Atomic Heels – The Secret Machines

New Drug Queens – Pink Mountaintops

Debonair – The Afghan Whigs

New Machine – Chris Whitley

Chinarosa – Brant Bjork And The Bros

Brand New Game – The Dirtbombs

(I Used To Couldn’t Dance) Tight Pants – Eagles Of Death Metal

New Girl Now – Honeymoon Suite

I Want A New Drug – Greenskeepers

New Thing – Enuff Z’Nuff