April 7, 2010  

Hear a Devo cover by Mexican Cheerleader, a custom song about a fish, a new collaboration between Nux Vomica and Voice of Eye, SuBBrilliant News from Tom Merritt and more!

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On this show:

- Indie rock shysters The New Old Men toss and turn on ‘The Fuzzy Couch’

- Malaysian band Space Gambus Experiment visits the intersection of anthemic instrumental world music and outer space in ‘Pulang Kakanda Bulan’, which is available on the compilation Auricular Audio Magazine 15, as well as the band’s first CD.

- We’ll make a song for you! Send a song title and a description of how you’d like the song to sound (you can be as vague or specific as you please) to For each podcast, we’ll pick some of the requests to turn into real songs that’ll be featured on show. Read more about song requests.

- Custom song made for Breanne Kato. She requested a reggae song about Pete, her ‘algae-eating aquarium fish’ who ‘couldn’t care less that Skeletor the goldfish [his previous aquarium roommate] is dead.’ Karl Eifrig obliged with ‘Pete, the Algae-Eating Aquarium Fish’.

- Chicago band Mexican Cheerleader kick spud boy ass all over the place with their rocking cover of Devo’s ‘Wiggly World’.

- SuBBrilliant News from Greg Whitney (aka Tom Merritt), giving us the lowdown on iPad delusions and LOST producers.

- ‘Made of Margarine’ is some melodic lo-fi shoe-gazing from Pookie.

- Nux Vomica & Voice of Eye collaborate on ‘Golden Elixir of Immortality’ from their new CD Fire of the Unitive Path, released by Auricular Records / Conundrum Unlimited.

- Improvising in pop song mode, Avijit unleashes some ‘Tender Mackin” on us.

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