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Rebel Time Radio – Episode 2018/05/16

And after way too long of a break from podcasting, Rebel Time Radio is back with a molotov cocktail of politically charged punk rock! Mike and Dan spin some tunes from Rats in the Wall, Preying Hands, The Fallout, plus new music from Spanner and the Interrupters. Now hit play for dem songs!

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  1. Madness – The Prince
  2. Dirty Revolution – I Love Reggae
  3. Kitma – Flea Bite
  4. The Interrupters – She’s Kerosene
  5. Rats in the Wall – Take 3
  6. Therapy – Failure
  7. War on Women – Pleasure in the Beast
  8. L7 – Lion’s Share (The Germs)
  9. The Fallout – Change The World Today
  10. Hanson Brothers – Jack Off
  11. Shock – La Trampa
  12. Sharp/Shock – Bad Lad
  13. Spanner – Above It All
  14. Preying Hands – Preying Hands
  15. Adictox – Matalo
  16. Maldita – Sonria
  17. The Nasties – Time is Now
  18. Face to Face – I’m Not Afraid

Hey you! Go preorder the new Spanner album here why dontcha!?

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So Old It’s New set list for Monday, May 21, 2018

1. Megadeth, Holy Wars…The Punishment Due
2. Blue Oyster Cult, Tattoo Vampire
3. Link Wray, Big City After Dark
4. Rush, The Twilight Zone
5. The Rolling Stones, Had It With You
6. The Sensational Alex Harvey Band, Buff Bar Blues (request)
7. The Sensational Alex Harvey Band, Framed (request)
8. AC/DC, Night Prowler
9. David Bowie, Soul Love
10. The Black Keys, Thickfreakness
11. Deep Purple, Smooth Dancer
12. Television, Marquee Moon
13. Tipton, Entwistle & Powell, The Holy Man
14. Jesus Christ Superstar soundtrack (1970 version with Ian Gillan, Murray Head, Yvonne Elliman etc.), King Herod’s Song (Try It And See)/Judas’ Death/Trial Before Pilate (including the 39 lashes)
15. Santana, La Fuente Del Ritmo
16. Townes Van Zandt, Waitin’ Around To Die
17. Bob Dylan, Drifter’s Escape
18. Blackmore’s Night, Fires At Midnight
20. U2, Surrender
21. Funkadelic, Maggot Brain

AW@L Radio – 2018-05-11 – Resisting Racists and Free Speech Warriors (again…)

as anti-racists plan to counter a far-right march in Quebec, anti-racists in Ontario challenge racist academic francis widdowson as she was hosted by the “laurier society for open inquiry”. also the canadian anti-hate network (CAN) has launched and will work to track far-right movements.

listen here:

From:: Grand River Community News

The Lost Indie City “Chain of Covers” setlist

The Lost Indie City “Chain of Covers” setlist

Jimmy Cliff – Ruby Soho
Rancid – Sheena is a Punk Rocker
Ramones – I Don’t Want to Grow Up
Tom Waits – Gun Street Girl

Johnny Cash – Hurt
NIN – Dead Souls
Joy Division – Sister Ray
Velvet Underground – Guilty

Hammock – Black Metallic
Rob Dickinson – Mercy Street
Peter Gabriel – Mirrorball
Elbow – Golden Slumbers

Iron & Wine – Such Great Heights
Postal Service – Suddenly Everything Has Changed
Flaming Lips – Smothered in Hugs
Guided by Voices – Hold On Hope

H2O – Someday I Suppose
Mighty Mighty Bosstones – Rudie Can’t Fail
Clash – Police & Thieves
Junior Murvin- Stop the Crime

The Get Up Kids – Close to Me
The Cure – World in My Eyes
Depeche Mode – Dirt
The Stooges – 1969

Richard Hawley- Some Candy Talking
Jesus & Mary Chain – Ghost of a Smile
Pogues – A Pair of Brown Eyes

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, May 14, 2018

  1. Iron Maiden, Satellite 15…The Final Frontier
  2. Metallica, Astronomy
  3. Meat Loaf, Everything Louder Than Everything Else
  4. Black Sabbath, Heaven And Hell
  5. The Beatles, Hello Goodbye
  6. Five Man Electrical Band, Hello Melinda, Goodbye
  7. The Rolling Stones, Too Tight
  8. Genesis, The Musical Box
  9. Jethro Tull, A New Day Yesterday
  10. Yes, Turn Of The Century
  11. Robin Trower, Twice Removed From Yesterday
  12. J.J. Cale, Thirteen Days
  13. Pat Benatar, Heartbreaker
  14. Leonard Cohen, Ain’t No Cure For Love
  15. Led Zeppelin, The Battle Of Evermore
  16. Deep Purple, Mandrake Root
  17. Wolfmother, California Queen
  18. Curtis Mayfield & The Impressions, Minstrel And Queen
  19. David Bowie, Queen Bitch
  20. Queen, Seaside Rendezvous
  21. Rush, A Farewell To Kings
  22. Tom Cochrane, All The King’s Men
  23. Rare Earth, Hey Big Brother
  24. Foghat, Drive Me Home
  25. Pink Floyd, Terminal Frost excerpt

Heather Valley In Studio

     What a wonderful visit we had with Heather Valley.

She shares the unconventional road that took her from practicing lawyer to independent music artist.

Hear her beautiful voice as she performs some of her songs for us.

Her first single “Lovejoy” is out on iTunes, spotify and all major platforms.

Keep updated on Heather on Facebook: @HeatherValleyMusic

Heather Valley is In Studio With Kevin:

Download the episode here (right click and save the link)

Tired of politics as usual?

Then you want to tune in Fridays at 11am and 1130am

for Vote For Me 6-7-18


Some may have you believe you only have limited choices come election time, not this show! You hear DIRECTLY from candidates without censorship or filtering.

This Friday, May 11th

11am:  Narine Sookram- Independent Candidate for the Kitchener South – Hespeler

1130am:  Rob Ferguson- Libertarian Candidate for Brantford – Brant

Get the latest updates on FB/Twitter/Insta: @VoteForMe6718

AW@L Radio – 2018-05-04

this quick edit of an episode of AW@L Radio has an update of the ongoing issue of the students organising under the group name “laurier society of open inquiry” (LSOI), who keep trying to host and platform speakers who support/are or racist, white nationalist, and/or anti-Indigenous rights under the shield of “free speech”. also an update on the shameful canadian government efforts to block more asylum seekers from entering canada.

From:: Grand River Community News

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, May 7, 2018

1. Mission Impossible TV show theme
2. Gov’t Mule, Helter Skelter (live)
3. Glenn Tipton, Paint It Black
4.Beck Bogert Appice, Lady
5. Bruce Spriingsteen, Candy’s Room
6. The Rolling Stones, Ride On, Baby
7. Eagles, Outlaw Man
8. John Lennon, Well Well Well
9. Pantera, Drag The Waters
10. Bruce Cockburn, What About The Bond
11. Molly Hatchet, Bounty Hunter
12. Blue Oyster Cult, Veteran Of The Psychic Wars
13. Bob Seger, House Behind A House
14. Gary Moore, Tell Me Woman
15. The Traveling Wilburys, Inside Out
16. Savoy Brown, Money Can’t Save Your Soul
17. The Moody Blues, Melancholy Man
18. Deep Purple, Anthem
19. The Black Keys, Everlasting Light
20. The White Stripes, One More Cup Of Coffee
21. Black Sabbath, Heart Like A Wheel
22. Robin Trower, The Fool And Me
23. Traffic, Graveyard People
24. Derek And The Dominos, Got To Get Better In A Little While (live)