The Mal Thursday Show #57: Arctic Blast-Off!
Mal Thursday returns with "Arctic Blast-Off!" or "How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Polar Vortex," an episode dedicated to that old whore Winter. Featuring a dozen new releases from a who's who of garage greatness from around the globe. Presented in Living Monophonic Sound.
- Nox Boys: Take My Heart and Break It
- Sound Reasons: if I Cared
- the Dark Colours Since 1685: Support
- Graham Day: Love Me Lies
- the Royal Flares: Blowing My Mind
- the Beatpack: I'm Walkin'
- the Teamsters: Digging an Early Grave
- Graham Day: 30-60-90 (Bed)
- the Wondermints: Ski Party
- the Wrecking Crew: Wild, Wild Winter (Bed)
- the Moguls: Ski Bum
- the Thanes: World of Stone
- the Monomen: Watch Outside
- Jonathan Richman & the Modern Lovers:
- Abominable Snowman in the Market
- Cheeseburger: Comin' Home
- Manfred Mann: Abominable Snowman (Bed)
- Bipolaroid: Efflorescent Adolescent
- 13Th Precinct: Junk Yard
- Nox Boys: Military School
- the Black Lips: Boys in the Wood
- Stupidity: Some Kinda Love
- Cheating Hearts: C'mon, Baby
- Episode Six: Jack D'or (Bed)
- the Marshmallow Overcoat: Won't Go Away
- the Vipers: Nothing's from Today
- the Projectiles: Some Things Never Change
- the Beguiled: I Don't Care
- the Brood: I Believe
- the Malarians: Action Woman
- Voodoo Dolls: Gone, Gone, Gone
- International Noise Conspiracy: Only Lovers Left Alive
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