12/7/17: The Roar Of Women


This Fuzz Factory was long overdue. I have not had a show that featured female vocalists in a long time. Narrowing the playlist down to two hours proved to be the most difficult part of putting this all together. I will definitely revisit this topic again in 2018.

Here is the playlist:

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The Sinking Chair – Royal Thunder

Amplifier – Jucifer

One Desire – Trip 66

Timed Blues – Dead Sara

Cherry Alive – Eve’s Plum

Dull Gold Heart – Band Of Skulls

Sugar – Heather Nova

Make Out Alright – Divinyls

Scene Of A Perfect Crime – Concrete Blonde

Weak Spot – The Detroit Cobras

I Heard It Through The Grapevine – The Slits

Excessive Moonlight – Indian Jewelry

Music Is My Hot, Hot Sex – CSS

Human Behaviour – Bjork

Daughters Of The Kaos – Luscious Jackson

Run To Your Mama – Goat

Supernova – Liz Phair

Rock Star – Lauren Hoffman

Husbands – Savages

Straight On – Heart

Mystery Achievement – The Pretenders

Andres – L7

Just Try To Keep My Cool – Shoraiders

O Stella – PJ Harvey

Drunken Butterfly – Sonic Youth

You’re No Rock N’ Roll Fun – Sleater-Kinney

Mediocrity Rules – Le Tigre

Christmas Wrapping – The Waitresses

Everything – Jen Trynin

I See – Letters To Cleo



All About The Girls

Tonight, the Fuzz Factory is all about the girls.

Tune in to SCAD-Atlanta Radio (www.scadatlantaradio.org) from 8-11 PM (EST) tonight and every Thursday for the Fuzz Factory. Saving rock & roll radio, one week at a time.

Here’s a peek at what you might here:


Featuring Polly Jean Harvey

Welcome to the Fuzz Factory. Last week I only played rock & roll songs with women on lead vocals. This week, I’m featuring one of the greatest rock & roll women of all time, the one and only Polly Jean Harvey, better known to us as PJ Harvey.

PJ Harvey has been making great music since the early 90’s. She has released eleven full length albums of her own and also has collaborated with many other artist. I’ll play a set of her music at the end of the show. The difficult part will be choosing which few songs to play because she has such a rich and extensive catalog.

Make sure to check out the Fuzz Factory. Tune in Thursday nights from 8-10 PM (EST) on SCAD-Atlanta Radio (www.scadatlantaradio.org).

in the meantime, here are a bunch of great PJ Harvey videos, check them out as well.





2/25/16: Women Rock


I like women, I especially like women that love rock & roll. Therefore, it’s about time I feature women vocalists. It’s been a few years since I rolled out this feature and I plan to bring it back more often. Why? Because women rock.

Here’s the playlist.

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Bliss – Blues Pills

One Desire – Trip 66

Greasy Grass – She Keeps Bees

Strangle Knot – Chug

She Has Eyes – L7

Bag – White Lung

Waterpark – Royal Trux

Last Time – The Zabalas

To Bring You My Love – PJ Harvey

Noorus – Chelsea Wolfe

Mystery Girl – Yeah Yeah Yeahs

Rock Star – Lauren Hoffman

Dynamite – Alison Pipitone

Supernova – Liz Phair

Pot Kettle Black – Tilly And The Wall

Love Her Madly – Geri X

Sugar – Heather Nova

Season Of The Witch – Karen Elson

Long Day In The Universe – The Darling Buds

Lesson No. 1 – Viva Voce

Getaway (February) – Jen Trynin

Sleeping Witch – Royal Thunder

Heavy Blanket – Ruby The Hatchet

Queens Will Play – Black Mountain

Adrenalize – In This Moment

Sister In Shade – Sahara Surfers

When You Smile – Concrete Blonde

Straight On – Heart

Time The Avenger – The Pretenders