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This Week's Mystery Themed 12-Pack: Songs That Talk About Radio
1. The Rolling Stones - Far Away Eyes
2. The Kinks - Around The Dial
3. Rush - The Spirit of Radio
4. Autograph - Turn Up The Radio
5. Rage Against The Machine - Guerrilla Radio
6. The Doors - The Wasp (Texas Radio And The Big Beat)
7. Elvis Costello - Radio, Radio
8. The Ramones - Do You Remember Rock N' Roll Radio?
9. Queen - Radio Ga Ga
10. Wall of Voodoo - Mexican Radio
11. The Clash - This Is Radio Clash
12. Rob Zombie - Dead City Radio And The New Gods Of Supertown
Mo Lowda & The Humble is one of the coolest band names we've seen to date, which is why they are April's Local Shots Artist of the Month! ...Kidding- though the name is groovy, the music is a way better reason to check these guys out. The Temple U. trio gained a lot of traction after the release of their first full-length record Curse The Weather, building upon their established reputation as one of the best alt-rock bands in the city. Today we played the track "The Way Home"; stream it now, and get show dates plus a whole lot more on the Artist of the Month page.
Tunage on the Local Shots Podcast is brought to you today by Goodnight Lights! This song, which has an excellent 90s-fuzz vibe, is called "Convinced" and it'll be included on their upcoming EP - keep an eye on goodnight-lights.com for more info on that release. Check out the brand spankin' new video for the track below. Their next show is this Friday at The Fire; get details HERE.
Looking to take advantage of the amazing weather forecasted for this weekend? Here's another show that we on the Local Shots Podcast recommend: Soraia will be playing the V Fund Benefit tomorrow at the Robbinsville Indoor Stadium in NJ! Also catch Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes and John Eddie there - tickets are available HERE. Check out more show dates on Soraia.com. Here's a song off the record In The Valley Of Love And Guns called "Want What I Want".