Sunday April 15th 2007 – 9.30pm with Marina O

INTRO: PHANTOMSMASHER 'Bishop Hopping' (Ipecac)
1:  THINKING PLAGUE - Behold The Man (Cuneiform)
2:  65DAYSOFSTATIC - Primer (Monotreme)
3:  ZOMBI - Surface To Air Pt 1 (Relapse)
4:  MAGMA - Riah Sahiltaak (Seventh)
5:  MATS & MORGAN – Sinus (Cuneiform)
6:  WILLIAM D DRAKE - Requiem For A Snail  (SheBear)
7:  BOB DRAKE  - Griffon 
8:  HELLA - Ungreatful Dead (Ipecac)
9:  FULBOURNE TEVERSHAM – Beachtune  (Pickled Egg)
10: FANTOMAS - download (Ipecac)
11: ZOMBI - Twilight Sentinel (Relapse)
12: ZS – Olympics 
13: CRIME IN CHOIR  - Trumpery Metier (Gold Standard Industries) 
14: ARAB ON RADAR  - Number 3 (Skin Graft)
15: RICHARD PINHAS  - Maumoune and Mietz in the Sky With Diamonds (Cuneiform)
16: THE BOOK OF KNOTS – Crumble (Arclight)
OUTRO:  SICBAY - Listening To Sound

This week’s Other Rock Show info and links for your investigation:

About the show - rock, Jim, but not as we know it. The Other Rock Show follows the rule of: if it's in 4/4 all the way through, it ain’t getting in. OK, sometimes one gets played in the in the interests of fairness, or because its sneakily imaginative... or just to be contrary.  So it doesn't matter if its avant, progressive or math rock, thrash, death, folk, punk, cheese, chalk, whatever flavour of sound you want to pin a name to - if the structure breaks away from our bizarre Western four beat verse chorus blah obsession, and its and (important!) it's a bit special, its welcome.  Rules can set you free!

THINKING PLAGUE - Unique, legendary, been around a couple of decades but still ahead of their time - play very rare gigs and recently released a studio and a live album on Cuneiform.

65DAYSOFSTATIC - new album out at the end of April, reviewed this week on the Organ pages of of UK tour in progress right now - more info at

ZOMBI - US band with a growing following, these tracks all downloads from or

MAGMA - Truly strange and unique, sing in their own invented language called Kobaian, a 70s legend still gigging and composing today - this track one of four downloads from - website for the Rock In Opposition festival happening in France over this very weekend with one helluva line-up, including MATS AND MORGAN, Present, Zao, Salle Gaveau, Guapo and Nebelnest  Track down Magma via their label @

WILLIAM D DRAKE was keyboard player/composer in Cardiacs, he has a strange and lovely solo album out now called 'Briny Hooves' on sheBear records. This song was about squishing a snail, and was followed by BOB DRAKE who was guitar and keyboard player/composer in Thinking Plague singing about getting aroused by a Griffin, as you do. Bob and Bill have never met and are probably not related, living on different continents much like ostriches and rheas. 'Griffin' can be downloaded with much more from

HELLA are now a full band instead of a duo, this is from their new album out on Ipecac records

The splendid FULBOURNE TEVERSHAM include people from Polar Bear, this from their new album on Pickled Egg Records called Count Herbert II -

ZS are from Brooklyn New York, serious experimental other rock - go explore via or

The ARAB ON RADAR track played tonight is from a Skin Graft Records re-release... this now split band have a couple of great offshoots like Chinese Stars and Made In Mexico ... (lots of free downloads worth having here)

RICHARD PINHAS makes enormous gorgous warm buzzing soundscapes often held together with great drums and has a brand new double album out on Cuneiform now -  ...this lovely track goes against all the principles of the Other Rock Show (its in four, its just a bunch of musicians repeatedly playing the major scale ad infinitum - how perverse!) ...and why not? 

THE BOOK OF KNOTS are an excellent offshoot of Sleepytime Gorilla Museum, well that’s how we found them... more next time, check out or

CRIME IN CHOIR - recent album Trumpery Metier - Californian band Crime In Choir includes people from the F*cking Champs, At The Drive-In and The Mass ...superb album, from the Gold Standard Laboratories label in LA -

good hunting/listnin, Marina Organ

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