9/14/17: Queens Of The Stone Age and the Desert Sessions

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Plenty of new songs and great special feature. That’s what was on the menu this week. Queens Of The Stone Age and the Desert Sessions. As many of you probably know, the Desert Sessions has served as an open door studio group. Josh Homme has also used it as a place to collaborate with others and develop songs for other projects including his main gig Queens Of The Stone Age. Hour was dedicated to that other acts directly related to Queens Of The Stone Age.

So here it is. The one and only playlist.

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In The Clouds – The Cult

New Moon Rising – Wolfmother

Lights Out – Royal Blood

Hoochie Coochie – Band Of Skulls

Days Of Self Destruction – CKY

Sabacia – Nap

The Judge – Rubble Road

April Showers – Royal Thunder

Open Water – King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard

Jettisoned – Thee Oh Sees

Christ Hammer – Melvins

New Day Rising – Hüsker Dü

Never Talking To You Again – Hüsker Dü

Caterpillar March – Kyuss

I’m Your Torpedo – Eagles Of Death Metal

Scumbag Blues – Them Crooked Vultures

All The Same – Joshua Homme

Rickshaw – Desert Sessions

Bring It Back Gentle – Desert Sessions

You Think I Ain’t Worth A Dollar, But I Feel Like A Millionaire – Desert Sessions

In My Head…or Something – Desert Sessions

Sick, Sick, Sick – Vitamin String Quartet

Do It Again – Queens Of The Stone Age

I Was A Teenage Hand Model – Queens Of The Stone Age

Long Slow Goodbye – Queens Of The Stone Age

Feet Don’t Fail Me – Queens Of The Stone Age

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The Fuzz Is Back

The Fuzz Factory returns this week with two hours of great rock & roll music. Plenty of new songs and great special feature. This week, it’s Queens Of The Stone Age and the Desert Sessions. As many of you probably know, the Desert Sessions has served as an open door studio group. Josh Homme has also used it as a place to collaborate with others and develop songs for other projects including his main gig Queens Of The Stone Age. Hour two will be dedicated to that other acts directly related to Queens Of The Stone Age.

Make sure you tune in, 8-10 PM (EST) on SCAD-Atlanta Radio (www.scadatlantaradio.org).

Here’s a sample of what you might hear…

3’s & 7’s – Queens Of The Stone Age

TONIGHT (12/12) is the last Fuzz Factory Big Rock Show of 2013. Tune in for the latest installment of the Full On Fuzz Rock Show. FOUR HOURS (yes, FOUR HOURS) of super fat fuzzed out riffs, heavy grooves, psychedelic trips, electric guitars plugged into bass amps, the fuzz pedal used in full force and abundant use of cowbell. Listen on SCAD-Atlanta Radio from 8-Midnight (EST).

Also, this is one of the best videos ever made.

6/20/13: Josh Homme

Yes. The Fuzz Factory is back! It’s summertime too, which means the Fuzz Factory is extended to three hours!

This was the first Fuzz Factory big rock show in a few weeks. I was all ready to go the week before, however I was stopped in my tracks by two tornadoes in the Atlanta area. The power went out in the entire building just at the moment the show was scheduled to begin. So instead of starting the show, I was ducking and covering in the soundproof radio studio. Soon I was informed by security that the tornadoes were not coming this direction. Regardless, the storms in the area were massive and the power was out a long while and the Fuzz Factory had to be cancelled.

The first three hour show included a nice, long feature on the musical career of Josh Homme. For those not in the know, Josh Homme is the creative mastermind behind  Queens Of The Stone Age. He was also a leader of the desert rock scene that started in Palm Springs, CA a little over 20 years ago. At that time, Homme formed his first band, Kyuss. He was only 14 years old. In addition to music from QOTSA (including a brand new song) and Kyuss, I featured lesser known Josh Homme projects and guest appearances.

Listen to the Fuzz Factory and get your special rock & roll delivery on a weekly basis. I’ve got thousands of fat riffs, funky grooves and psychedelic pop twists from the last 30 years or so.

Tell your rock & roll friends too. tell them the Fuzz Factory is saving rock & roll radio one week at a time.

Here’s that playlist.
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M1 A1 – Gorillaz

Hello, From Eastern Europe – The Streets On Fire

Can’t Keep My Eyes Open – The Paperhead

Vacuum Boots – The Brian Jonestown Massacre

One More Time – Psychic Ills

Marshal Dear – Savages

Driver – Mark Lanegan & Duke Garwood

Stay With Me – T.S.O.L.

Ever Lovin’ Man – The Dirtbombs

Paycheck – Fidlar

(Gotta Get Some Action) Now! – The Hellacopters

Cuttin’ The Rug – Izzy Stradlin & The Ju Ju Hounds

She Said, She Said – The Black Keys

69 Faces of Love – King Khan & The Shrines

Bewitch My Senses – The Blue Angel Lounge

Indigo Meadow – The Black Angels

I Feel Really OK – Jack Drag

Clean – Helmet

Board Up The House – Baroness

Charlotte Rose – The Suede Brothers

Thus Spoke Candieking – Haiabusa

Misfit Love – Queens Of The Stone Age

In My Head Or Something – The Desert Sessions

Catamaran – Kyuss

Caligulove – Them Crooked Vultures

I Sat By The Ocean – Queens Of The Stone Age

Cheap Thrills – Eagles Of Death Metal

You Think I Ain’t Worth A Dollar, But I Feel Like A Millionaire – The Desert Sessions

All The Same – Joshua Homme

Centipede – Joshua Homme, Chris Goss, Dave Grohl & Alain Johannes

Whitewater – Kyuss

A #1 – The Desert Sessions

Caterpillar March – Kyuss

Skeletal History – Mark Lanegan

Demon Cleaner – Kyuss

Song For The Dead (Live) – Queens Of The Stone Age

You Can’t Quit Me Baby – Queens Of The Stone Age

No One Knows – Vitamin String Quartet