Saturday, September 30, 2006

DSP-036: The Datasound Podcast

Hello, Hello! This weeks show features yet another eclectic mix of music from Alternative heavy weights in their own right, TV On the Radio, The Rapture and Primal Scream along with fresh new blood in the form of bands The Sleepover Disaster, MSTRKRFT and A Shoreline Dream. Enjoy!


01. A Shoreline Dreamt - Love is a Ghost in America - Avoiding the Consequences - Latenight Weeknight Records

02. Ratatat - Wildcat - Classics - XL Recordings

03. Daedelus - At My Heels - Daedelus Denies the Days Demise - Ninja Tune

04. TV On the Radio - Wolf Like Me - Return to Cookie Mountain - Touch and Go

05. Kasabian - Empire - Empire - Sony/BMG

06. The Sleepover Disaster - Hold My Tongue - The Oceanographer E.P.

07. The Rapture - Get Myself Into It - Pieces of the people we love - Vertigo/Motown

08. MSTRKRFT - Work On You - The Looks - Last Gang Records
Title: MSTRKRFT - Work On You - The Looks - Last Gang Records

09. DJ Shadow & Chris James - You Made It - The Outsider - A&M

10. Primal Scream - Country Girl - Riot City Blues - Sony/BMG

Also Mentioned on the show:

**For more info:**

Friday, September 01, 2006

MP3: Marqui Adora - White Buildings Podcast

Some more shameless self promotion...

A few weeks back I posted the song "Do Anything" from my band Marqui Adora. After recieving a flood of positive feedback I figured Hey, why not post up a little more. So... with our new album, White Buildings, John Tooker (Bass/Keys of Marqui Adora and host of "Off-Course") went a head and made a podcast of the entire record and put it up for free on the Marqui Adora podcast feed (feed://

For those of you who have already heard it no worries a new Datasound Podcast is on the way this weekend packed with tons of new music!

For those who are hearing it new and 1st time, Enjoy and send me your feedback!

Have a WICKED Weekend!


Joe Shockley


Artist/Band: Marqui Adora
Album: White Buildings Podcast

Thursday, August 31, 2006

MP3: Ghostland Observatory - Live on KEXP

Hey everybody,

Just finished listening to this podcast from KEXP featuring a live performance from Austin, Texas two piece Ghostland Observatory. WOW! Just a really fun mix of Rock and Electro. Think Prince & Daft Punk throwing down with Queen... Serious Good Times!

The Set runs just over 30 minutes so be patient with the download!

Artist/Band: Ghostland Observatory
Album: Live on KEXP
Label: Trashy Moped Recordings

Ghostland Observatory is not a band, but an agreement between two friends to create something that not only heals their beat-driven hearts, but pleases their rock ‘n roll souls. Taking the working man’s approach, Ghostland Observatory spend countless hours in their south Austin studio. They have released two albums in less than a year, and have moved audiences from coast to coast with their live performances and unique style. Ghostland Observatory is the duo of front man Aaron Behrens and producer/drummer Thomas Turner. Behrens’ vocal style and stage performances are unique and uncompromising, and he has drawn early comparisons to Freddie Mercury and Prince. Turner is heavily influenced by electronic artists such as Daft Punk, Laurent Garnier and Green Velvet, as well as rockers such as The Animals, David Bowie, and The Clash. With their spectral blend of electronics, drums, guitar and vocals, they have emerged with a sound that is the culmination of past influence and present inspiration, and can only be described as BALLSY.


Joe Shockley


Tuesday, August 29, 2006

MP3: The Album Leaf - Always For You

The Album Leaf
Into the Blue Again
release date: September 12, 2006

Life as a traveling musician can become monotonous. Sleep, eat, perform. Load in, load out, pass out. Repeat. This is your day, and before you realize it, your life. After a decade of the three-step grind James LaValle—the classically trained multi-instrumentalist whose tone poems have been collated as The Album Leaf since 1999—decided to get off the well-worn path.

“A lot of traveling and time away from home, learning about yourself while losing yourself, that’s what has gone into recording for me,” says LaValle. “Following a year-and-a-half of straight touring I took a break from worrying only about where The Album Leaf was going and instead concentrated on the best parts of what it’s been this entire time.”

If musicians could keep time in a bottle its consumption would likely outpace vodka and bourbon combined within the first year. Next to a comfortable place to sleep, time is the luxury few touring musicians are afforded. Time alone is even more rare. Following stints with instrumental artisans Tristeza, post-hardcore spastics the Locust, contorted punk-funk ritualists GoGoGo Airheart, shadowy conjurers The Black Heart Procession and is often a special guest of Iceland’s celestial menagerie Sigur Rós, LaValle recognizes this lifestyle and its constraints.

Bottled up on the road long enough, LaValle felt the timing was right to give it a go from a different angle. Using time bought by the success of his Sub Pop debut, 2004’s In a Safe Place (which saw songs as the soundtrack to six episodes of The OC, and stints with CBS, NBC and Showtime). LaValle sequestered himself for six months in his San Diego house solely to write. This upswing of downtime resulted in his fourth full-length, Into the Blue Again.

At the core of The Album Leaf (named for a Chopin piece) has always been LaValle’s melodic daydreams personified. But while 2004’s In a Safe Place featured embellishments from members of Sigur Rós and Amina (the Sigur Rós string section), Into the Blue Again sees a return to The Album Leaf’s conception and LaValle handling virtually all of the instrumental duties. LaValle’s few collaborators on Into the Blue Again are Josh Eutis of Telefon Tel Aviv, who aided additional drum programming and engineering on choice songs, The Black Heart Procession’s Pall Jenkins adding vocal harmonies on "Wherever I Go," violinist Matt Resovich (who performs with The Album Leaf live, and also played on In a Safe Place),  Drew Andrews adding additional guitar work on select songs (Drew also performs with The Album Leaf live) and Brigir Jon Birgisson, “Biggi,” engineer at Sigur Rós’ Sundlaugin studio.

Sundlaugin, also the studio used for In a Safe Place, is a former swimming pool turned into a primarily analogue recording facility. This contoured, textural environment lends itself well to LaValle’s lustrous, resounding palette. Wanting to employ his own equipment (not possible on the last record, recorded wholly in Iceland), LaValle loaded up a van and held his initial three-week tracking session with Ryan Hadlock at appropriately earthy Bear Creek Studio, a converted turn-of-the-century barn isolated outside Seattle. LaValle then took the concentric billows of feathered keyboards, filmy strings and chiseled drums to Iceland for three weeks of mixing to tape to maintain Brian Eno-informed translucence.

“Rough warmth, that’s a good description,” says Birgisson of LaValle’s intonation on Into the Blue Again. “The goal was to make sure you’re not overproducing to keep things live, organic and intimate.”

“I like drones and keeping notes intact,” admits LaValle. “A lot of times songs become written around a sound I feel is important and should not be forgotten. But I anchor them in a verse-chorus-verse structure. It helps focus the melodies.”

Indeed, personal focus has been LaValle’s primary objective with Into the Blue Again. The album’s 10 tracks exhibit an elegant, ascendant assurance informed by LaValle’s more settled relationships at home. While still delivering the placidity of a track such as album opener “The Light,” LaValle has composed even more corporeal, insistent cuts such as “Shine” and “Red-Eye.” Into the Blue Again also showcases LaValle’s increasingly confident, buoyant vocals striking heightened presence on unfeigned selections “Always for You,” “Writings on the Wall” and “Wherever I Go.” There is a greater sense of both the “I” and eye in the way LaValle lays out the topography of his pivotal past and makes it universally palpable.

“The Album Leaf is my little solo endeavor, my little toy,” says LaValle in summation. “It’s something to keep you happy when you’re alone and frustrated, and sometimes frustrating in itself when it doesn’t do exactly what you want. But still something fascinating.”

Having shared so much time and space with others on the road, LaValle proves with the personally charged Into the Blue Again that The Album Leaf resonates most profoundly when he goes it alone.

Look for The Album Leaf's gorgeous live show (it includes a large touring entourage involving projection art and live strings) in upcoming tours!

Artist/Band: The Album Leaf
Track: Always For You
Album: Into The Blue Again
Label: SubPop

Record Labels


Joe Shockley


Thursday, August 17, 2006

MP3: Snowden - Anti-Anti

Ocasionally the bio just gets it right. Here's a tune from Atlanta band Snowden that's been getting heavy rotation in the car as of late. Go ahead, just try and resist singing along.


Atlanta’s SNOWDEN drowns their brand of melodies in a sea of reverb heavy distortion and hypnotic layers. Anti-Anti (JT1115), the band’s debut album for Jade Tree, integrates the ethereal guitar resonance and dynamic percussion reminiscent of bands like RIDE, NEW ORDER and early CURE, with the volatility of contemporaries such as THE YEAH YEAH YEAHS. Combining a mix of tracks recorded by Erik Wofford (The Black Angels, Explosions in the Sky, My Morning Jacket) at Cacophony Recorders in Austin with tracks recorded and mixed by principal songwriter Jordan Jeffares, Anti-Anti finds Jeffares and company elevating their trademark sound into an unpredictable mix of dirty pop soundscapes. If post-shoegaze exists as a genre, then SNOWDEN is proving their contention for the upper ranks.

Artist/Band: Snowden
Track: Anti-Anti
Album: Anti-Anti
Label: Jade Tree

Related Links:


Joe Shockley


Tuesday, August 15, 2006

MP3: Brightblack Morning Light - Everybody Daylight

Artist/Band: Brightblack Morning Light
Track: Everybody Daylight
Album: Brightblack Morning Light
Label: Matador Records

Bio Info:

Stoned out Hippie Rock usualy isn't my thing, but these guys bring a touch of darkness that sucks me in everytime.

Comprised of Nathan Shineywater and Rachel Hughes, Brightblack Morning Light fuse smokey rhodes keys, reverb soaked blues guitars, hand claps, tasteful percussion and flutes together on their self titled debut for Matador records.

The Story on these two is they wrote this record while living technically homeless for 18 months in tents and communally in a shack in northern California in addition to the occasional rest stop I'm sure while touring with bands like Bonnie Prince Billy, White Magic, Women & Children, Papa M, Joanna Newsome, Vetiver, Entrance, Gojogo, Daniel Higgs' Magic Alphabet, Lungfish, and their UK debut at the Slint-curated All Tomorrow's Parties.

As I said, not usually my thing, but this song is quite irresistible. For a modern reference picture Zero 7 mixing it up with Spiritualized, Slowdive, Native American Tee-Pees and some peyote!


Joe Shockley


Related Links:

Thursday, August 10, 2006

DSP-035: Marqui Adora - Do Anything

Hey Gang,

Way too busy this week to turn on the mic and do a podcast so i'd thought you'd enjoy a free song from my band Marqui Adora. it's called Do Anything and features Ty Paff on Guitar. It's a non album track taken from the recording sessions of our new CD entitled White buildings. for more info head over to


Joe Shockley


Wednesday, August 09, 2006

DSP-034: In Session-001

The debut of In Session with Danny Ashe


1. The Kinks – All Day and All of the Night – Greatest Hits: Celluloid Heroes - Koch

2. The Who – The Kids Are Alright – My Generation (Deluxe Edition)

3. Rolling Stones – I Just Wanna Make Love To You – England’s Newest Hitmakers - ABKCO

4. The Turtles – Outside Chance – Happy Together: The Very Best – Shout Factory

5. The Easybeats – Friday on my Mind – Nuggets II: Original Artyfacts

**For more info:**

Sunday, August 06, 2006

DSP-033: Off Course-004

This week John gets all end of the world-y with two tunes that serve well as the soundtrack to CNN with the Mute button on.

Enjoy... or not.

Artist/Band: DJ Shadow
Track: Midnight in A Perfect world (Gab Mix)
Album: Midnight In A Perfect World (single)
Label: Mo Wax
Web: DJ Shadow

Artist/Band: Doubting Thomas
Track: Come In Piece
Album: Father Don't Cry EP
Label: Nettwerk

**For more info:**

Monday, July 31, 2006

DSP-032: Off-Course-003

John gets all left of center with two tracks from Trent Reznor & Friends. Enjoy!


Artist/Band: Nine Inch Nails
Track: The Becoming
Album: Still
Label: Interscope Records :: A&M Records
Web: [the official nine inch nails website]

Artist/Band: Nine Inch Nails with Peter Murphy
Track: Warm Leatherette
Web: nine inch nails: Live Radio Performances

**For more info:**

Friday, July 28, 2006

DSP-031: The Datasound with Joe Shockley

This week on the show we have two bands from England and Two Bands from the US, Primarily, New York City.


1. Clearlake - It's Getting Light Outside - Amber - Domino

2. The Early Years - So Far Gone - So Far Gone (single) - Beggar Banquet

3. The Ropes - Kill Her Off - Kill Her Off EP

4. Men, Women & Children - Dance in My Blood - S/T - Reprise

**For more info:**

Monday, July 24, 2006

DSP-030: Off-Course-002

John comes out a Stompin' and a Clapin' today with tracks from Einstürzende Neubauten and Tom Waits.


1. Einstürzende Neubauten - Salamandrina - Interim EP - Mute
2. Tom Waits - Come on up to the House - Mule Variations - Epitaph Records

**For more info:**

Friday, July 21, 2006

DSP-029: The DataMix-002

This week we're mixing it up with tunes from Peaches, Thom Yorke, CSS, Mew, Sound Team and more.


1. Peaches - Downtown - Downtown EP - XL Recordings

2. CSS: Cansei de Ser Sexy - Lets make love and listen to Death From Above - Cansei de Ser Sexy - Sub Pop

3. Under The Influence of Giants - Mama's Room - Heaven is Full EP- Island Def Jam

4. Deluka - Flashbacks

5. The Futureheads - Skip to the End - News & Tributes - Vagrant Records

6. Sound Team - Your Eyes Are Liars - Movie Monster - Capital Records

7. Thom Yorke - Black Swan - The Eraser - XL

8. Helene - Apostille - Routines - Series 8 Records

9. Asobi Seksu - Thursday - Citrus - Friendly Fire Recordings

10. Mew - The Zoo Keepers Boy - Mew and The Glass Handed Kites - Evil Office

**For more info:**

Monday, July 17, 2006

DSP-028: Off Course-001

Marqui Adora Bassist, Engineer, Multi Instrumentalist and all around Good Guy, John Tooker debuts a new weekly show entitled Off Course.

This week John focuses on two songs featuring one of his favorite ladies, miss PJ Harvey .


**For more info:**

Friday, July 14, 2006

DSP-027: The DataMix-001

The DataMix Debut! This week a fun DJ mix on the Slacker Indie Rock Vibe that works it's way into some Minimal Techno and ends on a pulsing octave bass line groove from Voom-Voom. A Perfect way to get your weekend started!


1. New Young Pony Club - Get Dubby

2. Colder - To The Music - To The Music - Output Recordings

3. Deluka - Stop_Stop

4. Chromeo - Me & My Man [Whitey Vs. Chromeo Fly Whitey Mix] - Mix Tape - Vice

5. Hybrasil - God Bless The Devil - We Got Music

6. Of Montreal - Wraith pinned to the mist and other games - The Sunlandic Twins - Polyvinyl

7. Presets - Girl and The Sea - Beams - Modular

8. Joakim - Are you vegetarian? - Fantomes - Versatile

9. John Tejada - The End of it All - The End of it All EP - Palette Recordings

10. Voom:Voom - Best Friend - Peng Peng - Studio !K7

**For more info:**

Monday, July 10, 2006

DSP-026: Eclectic Electric

Today's episode leans toward the eclectic electronic set.


1. Psapp - Hi - The Only thing I've ever wanted - Domino USA

2. Herbert - Something Isn't Right - Scale - !K7 Records

3. Zero 7 - Throw is All Away - The Garden - Warner Music UK Ltd.

4. Kate Havnevik - Unlike ME - Melankton - Continentica Records ltd.

5. Metronomy - This could be beautiful(it is) - Pip Pane-Pay the £5,000 You Owe - Holiphonic Records

**For more info:**

Thursday, July 06, 2006

DSP-025: New Music Daily for Thursday, July 6th, 2006

Today Leftfield, Electro Rock and Remixes are our Specialty!


1. Peeping Tom - We're Not Alone (Featuring DubTrio) (Remix) - Peeping Tom - Ipecac Recordings

2. The Presets - Are You The One - Beams - Modular Recordings

3. Gods of Blitz - Greetings from Flashbackville (Who Made Who Mix) - Greetings from Flashbackville Single - Four Music

4. Gibby Haynes and His Problem - Redneck Sex (Peaches Remix) - Redneck Sex Single - Surfdog Records

**For more info:**

Tuesday, June 13, 2006

DSP-024: New Music Daily #006 for Tuesday, June 13th, 2006

Today we've got 2 indie bands from Chicago and 1 from Minneapolis!


1. Tapes 'n Tapes - Insistor - The Loon - XL Recordings -
Links: - - -

2. Bang! Bang! - Creepwalking - Decked Out - Morphius Records -
Links: - - -

3. The M's - Plan of the Man - Future Women - Polyvinyl Records -
Links: - - -

Monday, June 12, 2006

DSP-023: New Music Daily #005 for Monday, June 12th, 2006

Some Quirky Electro Pop To get the week Started!


1. Lansing-Dreiden - A Line you Can Cross - The Dividing Island - Kemado Records - Links: - -

2. Daniel Lindeberg - Song for Max (Daniel's Version) - Song for Max EP -
Links: - - -

3. Junior Boys - Like A Child - They'll have to catch us First- Domino Records
Links: - - -

Friday, June 09, 2006

DSP-022: New Music Daily #004 for Friday, June 9th, 2006

Some sweet Indie Rock for the Weekend.


1. The Fever - Redhead - In The City of Sleep - Kemado


2. Figurines - The Wonder - Skeleton - Morningside Records


3. Autokat - Dish Out - Dish Out/Get Off The Bar (Single) - Akoustik Anarkhy


4. Eagles of Death Metal - I Want you So Hard - Death By Sexy - Downtown Records


Thursday, June 08, 2006

DSP-021: New Music Daily #003 for Thursday, June 8th, 2006

Today on the Show we're focusing on the music of 19 year old Zach Condon better known as Beirut. - Picture The Arcade Fire getting together with Radiohead and The Squirrel Nut Zippers at a Klezmer Jam and your on the right track. - Beirut - Gulag Orkestar - Ba Da Bing! Records - Links: - -

Friday, June 02, 2006

DSP-020: New Music Daily #002 for Friday, June 2nd, 2006

Hey Gang!

Today’s show is perfect for a Friday as I lean a bit more towards the quirky pop vibe and check out tracks from the Hotter than Hot collaboration of Cee-Lo and Danger Mouse known as Gnarls Barkley, Swedish Singer Songwriter Jens Lekman and the NYC based one man show know as My Robot Friend.


1. Gnarls Barkley - Smiley Faces - St. Elsewhere - Downtown


2. Jens Lekman - A Sweet Summer's Night On Hammer Hill - Oh You're So Silent Jens - Secretly Canadian


3. My Robot Friend - Dial Zero (Safety Scissors Remix) - Dial Zero - Soma Records


Thursday, June 01, 2006

DSP-019:Thurs, June 1st, 2006

1. Sonic Youth - Incinerate - Rather Ripped - Geffen Records


2. Cities - A Theme - S/T - Yep Roc


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3. The Clash - Lost in the Supermarket - The Essential Clash - Sony


Buy now at: iTunes (

Wednesday, April 19, 2006

DSP-018: Wednesday, April 19th, 2006

1. Editors - Munich - The Back Room - Kitchenware


2. Apartment - June July - Everyone Says I'm Paranoid (Single) - Fierce Panda/Fleet Street


3. Band of Horses - Funeral - Everything All The Time - Sub Pop


4. Mogwai - Auto Rock - Mr Beast - Matador


5. Wolfmother - Woman - Woman (Single) - Modular


Thursday, April 06, 2006

DSP-017: Morningwood, The Sounds & Diamond Nights

Today on the show we're talking about and playing music from three bands that are on tour at the moment and happen to be passing through my city tonight.


**1. Morningwood - Jetsetter - Morningwood - Capitol Records - Links:

**2. The Sounds - Painted by Numbers - Dying To Say This To You - Scratchie/New Line Records - Links: -

**3. Diamond Nights - The Girl's Attractive - Popsicle - Kemado Records - Links: - -

**4. Diamond Nights - Destination Diamonds - Popsicle - Kemado Records
- Links: - -

**datsound info - e-mail: - web: - myspace:

Wednesday, April 05, 2006

DSP-016: Marqui Adora, A Brief History

Todays Episode is a little something different from the usual. Check out a brief history of my band Marqui Adora and hear what it's like for a working class band to get their act together and finish a record. **Links** Web: **Myspace:**Marqui Adora Podcast:

Monday, April 03, 2006

DSP-015: MOTH, Mates of State, Madness & Ursula 1000

**Artist/Band: Moth - Track: Revolution - Album: Immune to Gravity - Label: Hey Domingo - Myspace:

**Artist/Band: Mates of State - Track: Fraud in the 80's - Album: Bring it Back - Label: Barsuk - Web:

**Artist/Band: Madness - Track: Shame & Scanda - Album: The Dangermen Sessions vol. 1 - Label: Hey Domingo - Web:

**Artist/Band: Ursula 1000 - Track: Two Tone Rocker - Album: Here Comes Tomorrow - Label: 18'th Street Lounge Music
- Web: - Myspace:

**News Links:


Tuesday, March 28, 2006

DSP-014: WMC Wrap Up & Noir

As the Winter Music Conference & The M3 Summit 2006 winds down lets review some of the highlights.

I got a kick ass interview with DJ DB, which will be posted by the end of the week, Caught inspiring DJ sets from Josh Wink and Carl Cox, which, after all these years, finally made me understand what all the hype on these two has been about, and I watched The Killers Rock a crowd of roughly 10,000 on the “Bands” Stage @ Ultra. Check the podcast for all the (Riffing) details.

Tunes Featured in the Podcast:

Artist/Band: Noir

Track 1: My MTV (D.Ramirez 'Evil Business' Remix)
Track 2: My MTV (Chris Lake Remix)
Related Links:


Wednesday, March 22, 2006

DSP-013: Wednesday, March 22nd, 2006

Song 1: Take Five - Artist: The Dave Brubeck Quartet - Album: Time Out

Song 2: It's All Around You - Artist: Tortoise - Album: It's All Around You

Song 3: Flim - Artist: Aphex Twin - Album: Come to Daddy EP

Song 4: Tuff Transmitter - Artist: Atom Heart - Album: ambiento a fax compilation

Song 5: One Day - Artist: Skinny Puppy - Album:Bites

Song 6: Love On A Real Train - Artist: Tangerine Dream - Album: Risky Business (1983 Film)

Monday, March 20, 2006

DSP-012: Monday, March 20th, 2006

Artist/Band: I Love You But I've Chosen Darkness
Label: / Emperor Jones

Track 1: According to Plan From the Album Fear is on our side

Track 2: When You Go out From the EP I Love You But I've Chosen Darkness

Related Links:

Artist/Band: Wired All Wrong
Label: Unsigned.

Track 3: Medicate

Track 4: Let Me Go

Matt Mahaffey/Self
Label: Unsigned.

Track 5: Sucked out the Center - Advanced MP3

Related Links:

Wednesday, March 08, 2006

Thursday, January 26, 2006

DSP-007: MSTRKRFT-Easy Love Video

Title:Easy Love LOW QUALITY (14.2 MB)
Album:The Looks
Label:Last Gang

Todays episode of the Datasound is a special video treat from one of The Hottest Remix duos around at the moment, MSTRKRFT from Toronto Canada.

Mstrkrft is Jesse Keeler from DFA 1979 & ALP from Girls are Shot and producer of DFA 1979's Romantic Rights record.

They've already done a slew of remixes for groups like The Panthers, Annie, Metric & Bloc Party and have an album on the way for Last gang records entitled The Looks.

Check their 1st single & video Easy love.



Tuesday, January 10, 2006

DSP-006: Kelley Polar

Artist:Kelley Polar
Album Title: Love Songs of the Hanging Gardens
Label: Environ Records

Kelley Polar AKA Michael Kelley is an interesting caracter. He's a Classical Musician by Day, Left field Orchestral Disco Producer by night. He's got a cousin who's on the DFA label and sister who also does electronic music, but refuses to disclose their identities. He lives in a shack in rural New Hampshire and once lived on a farm caring for a heard of Scottish Longhair Cattle.

Take large serving of "Off The Wall" Era Michael Jackson, throw in some Vangelis & Kraftwerk and heaping helpings of tasty disco and Rich Strings and you've got Kelley Polar.

Kelley began Studying Music at the age of 3, listening to the Disco Records of Rinder & lewis on a toy record player, and eventually began playing Piano, Violin and Viola (the last of which is the instrument he loves the most and is the one that pays his bills). He then went on to study music at the Oberlin Conservatory and Juilliard. While in NY in the mid 90's he nurtured those Disco roots forming the Kelley Polar Quartet and started releasing Singles and laying down string sections for the Environ Records label. Now days Kelley is the violist for the Apple Hill Chamber Players, a group known worldwide for playing primarily in conflict areas such as the Middle East and Northern Ireland, while he quietly works on his other passion; the quirky, moody, string fueled, Orchestral-Disco sound that is Kelley Polar.

• 0:0:0: Intro
• 0:0:18: Host Joe Shockley
• 0:1:12: Cosmological Constancy
• 0:3:43: Host Joe Shockley
• 0:4:41: Here In The Night
• 0:7:31: Outro

Sunday, January 08, 2006

DSP-005: She Wants Revenge

Artist:She Want's Revenge

Title: She Wants Revenge

Label: Perfect Kiss/Flawless/Geffen Records

• 0:0:0: Intro

• 0:0:18: Host Joe Shockley

• 0:2:32: These things

• 0:5:24: Host Joe Shockley

• 0:8:48: Out of Control

• 0:12:6: Host Joe Shockley

• 0:13:15: Tear You Apart

• 0:17:20: Outro

Tour Dates:
Dec. 31st, 2005 San Francisco, CA @ Mezzanine
Jan. 20th, 2006 Los Angeles, CA @ El Rey Theatre
Jan. 21st, 2006 Santa Ana, CA @ Galaxy Theatre
Jan. 27th, 2006 Las Vegas, NV @ TBA
Jan. 28th, 2006 San Diego, CA @ Epicenter
Feb. 1st, 2006 Denver, CO @ Larimer Lounge
Feb. 3rd, 2006 Kansas City, MO @ Record Bar
Feb. 5th, 2006 Indianapolis, IN @ Melody Inn
Feb. 6th, 2006 Columbus, OH @ Little Brother's
Feb. 7th, 2006 Detroit, MI @ Magic Stick
Feb. 9th, 2006 Toronto, ONT @ Lee's Palace
Feb. 10th, 2006 Montreal, QUE @ Petit Campus
Feb. 11th, 2006 New York, NY @ Bowery Ballroom
Feb. 13th, 2006 Hoboken, NJ @ Maxwell's
Feb. 14th, 2006 Cambridge, MA @ Middle East - Downstairs
Feb. 16th, 2006 Philadelphia, PA @ The Khyber
Feb. 17th, 2006 Baltimore, MD @ Sonar Lounge
Feb. 18th, 2006 Washington, DC @ Black Cat
Feb. 19th, 2006 Carrboro, NC @ Cat's Cradle
Feb. 21st, 2006 Atlanta, GA @ The EARL
Feb. 23rd, 2006 Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Culture Room
Feb. 24th, 2006 Saint Petersberg, FL @ State Theatre
Feb. 25th, 2006 Orlando, FL @ The Social
Feb. 26th, 2006 Tallahassee, FL @ Beta Bar
Feb. 28th, 2006 Nashville, TN @ Exit / In
Mar. 1st, 2006 New Orleans, LA @ The Parish at House of Blues
Mar. 2nd, 2006 Houston, TX @ Walter's On Washington
Mar. 3rd, 2006 Dallas, TX @ Gypsy Tea Room / Ballroom
Mar. 4th, 2006 Austin, TX @ Emo's
Mar. 6th, 2006 Tucson, AZ @ Plush
Mar. 7th, 2006 Phoenix, AZ @ Martini Ranch
Mar. 8th, 2006 Las Vegas, NV @ TBA
Mar. 9th, 2006 Los Angeles, CA @ Henry Fonda Theatre
Mar. 10th, 2006 San Francisco, CA @ Great American Music Hall
Mar. 11th, 2006 Portland, OR @ Berbati's Pan
Mar. 12th, 2006 Seattle, WA @ Neumo's
Mar. 13th, 2006 Vancouver, BC @ Richard's On Richards