Friday, February 22, 2013

Bizarro Jerry's Trash Radio, Vol. 14

Alright, this is officially the FINAL edition of Trash Radio that will be broadcast on radio. I might do some internet-only podcasts, but this is the last WIDR broadcast. HERE YA GO:


Steven Halpern - Starting the Day, Side A
Divine Styler - Touch
Esham - Flatline
Phil Famous - Toyota Town
DJ Squeeky - Bass
Leeroy "Horsemouth" Wallace - Herb Vendor
Night Troll - Dungeon Forest
211 - That's How We Livin'
Yellow Magic Orchestra - Firecracker
Novicat de Soeurs Missionaires - Yesu Ka Mkwebaze
Sir Positive - Dubbin' in a Smoky Room
Robert Martin - Long Goodbye
Ganksta Nip - Horror Movie Rap
DJ Sound - Playa Type
Slava Ranko - Right Hemisphere
Mort Garson - Easy to Be Hard
Kris Kross - Sound of My Hood
Mikey Dread - Walk Rastafari Way
Prince - Dirty Mind
Amy Beth and the Jumpstarts - Hero for the 90's
These Trails - Our House in Hanalei
Lil Yo - Ride Heavy
Digable Planets - Black Ego
King Gordy - Hindi Horrorcore (excerpt)
The HATE Noise - New Drunz in the Dunk Tank
DJ Paul - Drop it Off
The Everyday Film - Elapsed
Relatively Clean Rivers - Easy Ride
Nu Imij - I'll Walk an Indoor Mile
T.J. Fournier - Black Hearted Woman
Stetsasonic - Talkin' All That Jazz
New Kingdom - Animal
Sir Positive - Grounded
My Bloody Valentine - Only Tomorrow
Tricky - Hell is Round the Corner

Friday, February 15, 2013

'Former Fetus - A Rock Opera'

More downloadable weirdness for ya....

...By the least some of the older links should work now...made my Rapidshare stuff public again since those dick-biters made it private. New links will be 4shared, which seems to be the best free file-sharing site out there now...ya might have to make an account, but it's worth it.

On to today's release:

I can't find any info on this whatsoever. Sorry. I must've found it from somebody's music blog years back, because I have it, and it exists, but beyond that, I have no idea. I remember the description on whatever site I got it from called it 'Neil Young meets hardcore,' which is's got some country-rock twang, and it's definitely punk rock, but that leaves out the glaring fact that it's a religious rock opera against abortion, probably made by one guy, which puts it squarely in the realm of OUTSIDER MUSIC, which I know is why y'all come here.

I think this came out sometime in the mid-90's...96 maybe? Sounds like these guys/guy listened to a LOT of Minutemen/Meat Puppets/Husker Du 80's psych-punk stuff. The singing especially sounds like Husker Du, and the concept lyrics remind me of 'Zen Arcade' a bit, but there's definitely something off here....I mean, generally speaking, most punks AREN'T pro-lifers, but the lyrics are so so so angry, it's almost ridiculous.

Anyhow. Give it a shot. It's a very creative, sloppy, inventive punk record if nothing else.

'Former Fetus - A Rock Opera'

1. Overture
2. Former Fetus
3. I'm Free
4. Live and Nesting
5. Under the Bridge
6. Twilight Zone
7. I'm a Mom
8. Love
9. After the Rapture
10. Acoustic Nerve
11. Former Fetus (reprise)


PS - A reader linked me to his site, and now I'm linking YOU to it:

Bleeding Skull film reviews

Apparently a treasure trove of no-budget 80's trash films, which is something I am quite fond of. If you thought 'Street Trash' or 'Slime City' were too high-budget, check out some of these flicks. I already know I'm going to be wasting a fair amount of time looking these releases up.

Saturday, February 9, 2013

Bizarro Jerry rates your music...

For those interested, I started doing lists and shit on Rate Your Music.

The one I just did is a 'listener's journey' through hip hop/rap....from my very first rap cassette (Kris Kross' 'Da Bomb') to Lil Ugly Mane and other shit I'm into now.


Friday, February 8, 2013

Bizarro Jerry's Trash Radio, Vol. 13

This one's almost exclusively rap music....a lot of lo-fi southern shit, and some really bugged out shit too. The one I'm airing tonight will be kinda similar, then I'm probably retiring from WIDR, so it'll have to be an internet radio program only.



Esham - What is Evil?
Capital B - Back in tha Dayz
Don Drummond - Confucious
Carmike - Smokin'
Three 6 Mafia - Slangin' Rocks
Jeff Phelps - K-Shell
Nigga Creep - I Need Yo Cheese
Tray Loc - Tray's LocoMotive (ft. NGAFSH)
Womack Da Omen - Crucifix
Koopsta Knicca - Front a Busta
Dexter Wansel - One Million Miles from Ground
Three 6 Mafia - Mask and Da Glock
Lil Noid - In the Dark
Gettovetts - Death Command
X-Raided - Still Shooting
The Feenom Circle - Floatin'
Def City Mob - Fire it Up
The Beatnuts - Psycho Dwarf
Usaries - Are You Ready to Come
Graveyard Productions - Horror Stang
Mr. Pookie and Mr. Lucci - Roll Something
Royal Flush Posse - Watch Out for the Plant
Sound Dimension - Rockfort Rock
Raheem - Dance Floor
Anuradha - Baby
Funkdoobiest - Wopbabbalubop
108 - Mission Infinite
Juicy J - Go to Church
Filthy Phil - The Manhunt
DJ Sound - Hoish Ass Niggaz
DJ Paul and Lord Infamous - Smoke a Junt (Remix)
Graveyard Productions - Devil Shit
Lacksi-Daisy-Cal - Understanding
Hurricane 310 - Skit
Tommy Stewart - Atlanta Get Down
Spontaneous Overthrow - All About Money
UGK - Diamonds and Wood
The Legend Lady J - Find a Hoe
Lee Perry - Ghetto Sidewalk
Blackout - When I'm On That Dope
Golden Joe - You Can't Blame Me

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Obscuro! Mixtape #8...'Garbage can full of funk'

Yup...these are going up here now....seems easier than the zip file thing. This is the most intricate mixtape I've made for the blog yet. The last one I did, which was the first to be actually a coherent piece rather than a collection of songs, was PRETTY labor-intensive, but this one was even more so.

This time around, it's a 45-minute collection of lo-fi rap music, from the Memphis sound to the east coast to the west coast. I guess it's pretty heavy on the Memphis stuff, but that shit is GOOD.

Dig it:

Sunday, February 3, 2013

Lil Yo - 'Youngsta's On a Come Up'

Here's a weird one...this kid apparently grew up to be Yo Gotti, who's a pretty well-respected rapper these days. Back in 93/94(?) however, he was doin' that lo-fi creep sound that Three 6 Mafia is so famous for. The weird thing about this tape (I'm assuming it was originally a tape release) is that it almost has a vaporwave/James Ferraro quality to the music. It's very electronic and amateurish. I'm not sure who made the beats, but it definitely wasn't no DJ Paul. The whole vibe is just very've got this like 12 year old kid rapping about murder over these way-too-syrupped-out beats. More or less, it's right up my alley, and it doesn't appear to be anywhere on the internet aside from the message board I got it off, so here it izzz for ya.

Lil Yo - 'Youngsta's On a Come Up'


1. Grave Digger
2. Ride Heavy
3. The Dungeon
4. Funky Town
5. 9 To Yo Dome
6. Stackin' Them G's
7. Ridge Crest


Rapidshare suxxx

Sorry guys...but Rapidshare is really starting to suck. Apparently it doesn't let anybody download the stuff I put up I'm thinking I've 'exhausted my public traffic' as they like to say.

Links from now on will be 4Shared, which hasn't fucked me around too much. Only thing is, I had trouble downloading files with 4Shared before I made an account, so, ya might have to just enter a quick e-mail/login name. TRUST ME, it's worth it. Half the time, if I want something, I just type 'bla bla bla 4 shared' into google and find it instantly. It's a Mediafire for 2013, so to speak.

Friday, February 1, 2013

Bizarro Jerry's Trash Radio, Vol. 12

Another installment. Like I said, similar material to the last one...funk, soul, rap, weirdo electronic shit, but NO repeats.


DJ Paul and Juicy J - Down to Make Some Ends
Spooky - Digital Readout
Del Jones - Court is Closed
Dillinger - Cocaine in My Brain
F.O.R.C.E. N' K-Zee - Ragga Jam
Skull Snaps - It's a New Day
Appliances - Paranoia Rap
Funkadelic - You and Your Folks, Me and My Folks
Us3 - The Darkside
Mystere Jazz de Timbouctou - Wale
Philmac - Pimp of the Year
Bromar - Call Me Up
Young D Boyz - Sellin' Cocaine As Usual
Indo G and Lil Blunt - Blame it on the Funk (Instrumental)
Library-Bruton - Neon Strip
Munchie - Til I Die
Prophet - Right on Time
Grant Green - Sookie, Sookie
Dirty Fingered B-Boys - The King is Here
The Fearless Four - Rockin' It
Dead at Birth - I Ain't Got No Money
The H. Andrews Congregation - One More Chance
Jimmie Braswell - Some Changes Made
Herbie Hancock - Cantaloupe Island
Melvin Sparks - Whip Whop
Silver Connection - Old Wine in New Bottles
California Playboys - Double Love
Rufus Thomas - Rappin' Rufus
?? - She's On Crack
Ornette Coleman - Chronology
Harold Martin and Larry Young - Wildfire
Lee Stone - What is Life
Zinc - Amazon
Lamont Dozier - Put Out My Fire
Sal Davis - Makini
S.E. Rogie - Palm Wine Guitar Music
Gerard Zadj and Jean-Pierre Decerf - Progress
Dreams West - Mind Over MIDI
Koopsta Knicca - Purple Thang

Next week is all rap/hip hop...with a couple electro-funk songs.

Shameless self promotion again...

For those who are new to the blog, I am, above all else, a musician. I listen to a lot of music, which is why I keep doing this website, but most of my time is spent writing and recording my own stuff.

That being said, I've just released my first official full-length under the name The HATE Noise. Previously, I'd been in a band called Coma Nova that played around Kalamazoo/West Michigan a lot, but we split, and I did my own thing. This particular album was mostly recorded on cassette 4-track with me playing everything, and I guess was influenced by Guided By Voices, 60's surf music and The Cure, since that's what I was listening to. I tried to keep a strong 'old-timey' vibe...dunno....regardless, I think some of you that read this blog would dig it.

Here it is, in pay-what-you-like downloadable format on my Bandcamp page.

If you dig my stuff, I've got like 5 albums-worth of stuff available for free on WFMU's Free Music Archive.

...that's my plug...we're working on a rap/hip hop project, so I'll plug that in a couple months here....