Monday, October 31, 2016

Hell's Kitchen Radio #279: Trick AND Treat

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It was a Halloween sPoOkTacUlaR show tonight. I'm not much on holiday themes, but something about this aprticular holiday inspires me to go the extra mile. You can't say that John Hell ever phones it in!

Tonight features some of my favorite spooky treats, along with two new tunes from two of my favorite ladies. Phat Man Dee sent me a track that is perfectly scary as well as apropos for the 2016 election cycle. If you don't get the willies from "Fourth Reich Rising" then perhaps you're dead already. Good for you!

Queen delphine has been building up her stage chops for a couple of years now and this Cramps cover has certainly shown that she's not too shy to put a bug in your ear (oh good lord will the puns ever stop?). "Human Fly" is will put a buzz in your ear and make you think twice before you pull out that can of Raid. Eric McFadden on guitar. I posted the video at the bottom of the page.

The rest of the show is full of horror movie themes, spooky spoken word, and very dark magic. It's just what Hell ordered.

The holidays are officially upon us, and the election is just days away. Time to run screaming!

Enjoy.

jh

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Radio Valencia in SF
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I Love Living in the City: Danko Jones
The Mercy Seat: Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
Delia's Gone: Johnny Cash

Human Fly: Queen delphine (premier)
Bloody Hammer: Roky Erickson
My Car: Groovy Ghoolies

All I Want for Christmas is Halloween: Happy Fangs
Night Crawler: Thee Oh Sees
Free the Freaks: CCR Headcleaner
Naked Lunch Excerpts: William S. Burroughs
Monster: Three Day Stubble

Fourth Reich Arising: Phat Man Dee
Helpless Corpses Enactment: Sleepytime Gorilla Museum
Meat: Idiot Flesh

Judgement Day: Jack O'Fire
My Biggest Mistake: Joan of Arkansas
Dracula's Daughters: Redd Kross
Lord 13: Monster Magnet

We Love the Dead: Electric Wizard
King Beef: Torche
Remover: Owl

Monster Wizard: Zig Zags
Uncle Powderbag: OBN IIIs
Motorhead: Ty Segall Band

In and Out of Grace: Mudhoney

As promised, Queen delphine and her newly released video for the Cramps classic "Human Fly"

Monday, October 17, 2016

Hell's Kitchen Radio #278: Where Are My Manners?


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Let's admit it, we need to escape from reality today more than ever before. Amiright? Music might be the only thing that can get us through the next four years. I know we're all really emotional right now. Life is hard. I don't care if you're a high school student suffering from the expectations of your parents and your school, or if you're a 40-something slogging through the doledrums of your 40 hour work week, with the boss breathing down your neck; you need a break.

Consider this program as your respite from a world gone mad.

Sometimes I even surprise myself. There are at least three SETS OF THE NIGHT tonight! If radio is the art of the segue, then you are in for a real treat.

Honestly, this show is easily in my top 10 that I have hosted in the past 28 years.

Enjoy.

jh

Hell's Kitchen with John Hell
Mondays 8-10PM
Radio Valencia in SF
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I Love Living in the City: Danko Jones
54-40 or Fight: Monomen
The Big Three Killed My Baby: The White Stripes

War on War: Wilco
Cowboy Dan: Modest Mouse
Pattern Recognition: Sonic Youth

***set of the night***
Devil Moon: Eric McFadden
Rama Lama Fa Fa Fa: MC5
I Wanna Be Your Dog: Iggy and the Stooges
King Sandbox: Mudhoney

The Keepers: Ty Segall
Raining on TV: Bevis Frond
Free Love Messes Up My Life: Bongwater
Fire on the Mountain: WAND

Handsome Nick: The People's Temple
Observatory: Carlton Melton
At A Crawl: Melvins
Little Sadie: Mark Lanegan
Master of Mashups

Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out: Nina Simone
Lilac Wine: Jeff Buckley
Is It Because I'm Black: Syl Johnson
Am I Black Enough For You?: Schooly D

20th Century Boy: Buckethead
Mary Don't You Weep: Taj Mahal