Tuesday, April 23, 2013

A Season in Hell #132: Kalri$$ian Makes Me Feel Dirty

I don't think you're getting enough nasty in your life. Therefore, I believe it's up to me, John Hell, to bring more of the dirty into your far-too-clean existence. How to do this most effectively? Well that's an easy one, it's all about Kalri$$ian baby! 

Kalri$$ian is back with a new full-length CD: Star Magic, and they're in the studio talking up the music, the hype, the nasty, and the CD release party at the Supper Club this Saturday night, April 27th. This is the PERFECT location to see this debaucherous crew in all their glory.

I'll post pictures on my Facebook page soon. They are so hot, that my pants literally melted off of me. I'm not joking. I was a puddle on the studio floor. 

I want to thank Smooth Rick, Chachi, Kitty and Bernie for taking the time to come into the studio, turn me on, and leave me breathless.

It was Record Store Day last Saturday, and I got a few tasty treats. The second hour I play some of my new favorites as well as some live cuts to get your booty moving. 

You know you have to dominate this show.
Or maybe you're the type to love 'em and leave 'em? Stream it here.
Go here to check out all of my sexy shows, or just scroll down.


A Season in Hell with John Hell
Mondays 8-10PM
Radio Valencia, 87.9FM in SF

Follow me on Twitter
Follow me on Facebook
Follow Radio Valencia on Twitter
Follow Radio Valencia on Facebook

Up in Smoke: Cheech and Chong
Freedom: Richie Havens

Do It In The Dirt: Enrique
Throw Your Tits Out: Kalri$$ian

"Interview" with Kalri$$isan

Spell your Love: Kalri$$ian

"Interview" with Kalri$$isan

Inside Us Is A Place: Kalri$$ian
Porno: Limbomaniacs
Bitches Ain't Shit: Ben Folds

"Interview" with Kalri$$isan

Star Magic: Kalri$$ian
Earth People: Dr. Octogon
Big Little Baby: Reverend Horton Heat

Country Roads: Toots and the Maytals (04-22-78 - Toronto, Canada
The Only Son of the Widow Nain: Mudhoney
Tangled North: Lori Goldston
A Victory for Polio: Iron Lung

Grown in a Graveyard: Thee Oh Sees
Nothing Hurts Worse: Father John Misty
Bloody Hammer: Roky Erickson
Und Jetzt Die Sportschau: Global Unity 75
I'm So Bored with the USA: The Clash

Get It On: Grinderman (07-26-2007 Great American Music Hall, SF, CA)
Fuck the Police: NWA (03-24-1989 Celebrity Theater, Anaheim, CA)

A couple of weeks ago, my dear friend Pepe Ozan passed away, after a short battle with an undetermined illness. Pepe was an amazing artist, who is well known to the Burning Man community for his annual Opera, which he co-wrote, and where were performed on playa-covered steel of his own creation. His work was like him: larger than life. He also fell in love with the people and the country of India, having spent a lot of time there, and filming a few films about his experiences and the colorful people. There was no containing Pepe, and he lived his life unapologetically.  He will be missed.
This is Pepe and myself on the Cyberbuss, during the first Artcar West Fest in 1997.

Here's a taste of one of his operas from 1996. This one features Justin Credible as Mistress Zoe.
This may or may not be NSFW. You decide.

No comments: