Thursday, 18 September 2014

An If There Is Hell Below Mix... more fuggets


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More garage punk heavy rock power pop nuggets for today’s fuckups, fuckwits, wasters, dropouts and outsiders. ‘more fuggets’ continues from ‘fuggets’ a series of mixes compiled by Rob Morgan and Callum Eckersley of the If There Is Hell Below podcast.





Sam Coffey and The Iron Lungs – Get Pumped Up
Terry Malts – Let You In
Dino Boys – Bloody Caprter
Zig Zags – Psychorama
Pizza Tima – Amigo Malo
Sickthoughts – GOOMF
Greys – Guy Picciotto
Low Fat Getting High – Police Cop
Negative People – Ambitious Scanner
Modern Pets – BIYS
Golden Pelicans – Pissin in a Puddle of Puke
Gross Pointe – Hard Luck
Lucern Raze – Sunshine Blues
COZY – Kiss Me Dummy
Sonic Avenues – Waiting For a Change
Ex Hex – Don’t Wanna Lose
Dude York – Believer
Needle Points – Cripple Street
Flower Girl – Donut Farm
The Lemons – Lemoncita
Games – About Me
Cocktails – A Little Bit Faster
Dicktations – Dig My Bones
Buck Biloxi & The Fucks - I Ain't Going to Church
 

Friday, 12 September 2014

If There Is Hell Below Podcast... One Pitch Whine


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There’s a feeling of change in the air, so Rob and Callum are discussing what matters like German terms for the male organ, ghouls, and whether burgers have gone too far? Big topics for an important time. Music wise we’re all good, there’s some killer off-kilter pop songs from Springtime Carnivore and Denmark’s Dinner, sweet harmonies from Cool Ghouls, Atlanta-based hip hop from Rome Fortune and the psychedelic krautgaragerock of King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard, along with some other ace listens.


Friday, 5 September 2014

If There Is Hell Below Podcast... The B Star


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Here’s Rob and Callum coasting their way through another podcast; getting all jealous of those vapid vloggers scooping up that sweet youtube money and thinking about taking a trip to that B-Star.
Every base covered this week with punk from Neighbourhood Brats, Negative Scanner and Deaf Wish, interplanetary jazz from Heliocentrics + Marvin Van Peeble, LA inspired 70s AM rock from Sweden’s Californiaman, some sweet indie from Failed Flow and more.

Friday, 29 August 2014

If There Is Hell Below Podcast... Pillow Eyes


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Join Rob and Callum for another If There Is Hell Below Podcast; they’re discussing the possibility of a new swear word to freshen up our fruity vocabulary. Ideally something subtly offensive but not derogatory to a person; at first it seems like just a stupid word but slowly reveals it’s grotesque-self, whilst being highly enjoyable to say. Top to bottom killer from all the music types this week: snotty garage punk from Needle Points, rhythmically Brazilian smooth-AM rock from Japan’s Shintaro Sakamoto, dreamy pop from Sunbeam Sound Machine with hip hop from Gorgeous Children and a Nottz produced track from Halo. There’s some Prefab meets Ariel Pink pop, some punk, some indie music and garage rock delights from Australia. Take a listen and when you’ve dreamed up that New Swear email us at mail(at)ifthereishellbelow.com.


Friday, 22 August 2014

If There Is Hell Below Podcast... No Audiomack in Heaven? Send Me To Hell

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We nominate YOU to listen to this podcast, rather than give to charity, lend a listen to Rob and Calum for an If There Is Hell Below podcast and we’ll take care of the charity. The charity? You. That’s the level of music we could be offering on this podcast. Watch as Germany and Australia do some bar raising with some great hip hop from Dexter (DE) and Silly Joel & the Candymen (Oz) plus an Alchemist produced track from Bodega Bamz and Hellfyre Club’s Nocando prove the American’s are still alright. There’s a punk Sugarcubes cover from Perfect Pussy, power pop from Connections and fire up the Burger Records klaxon for Tomorrow’s Tulips. Take a listen for more tracks and talk from your boys at ITHB.