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Wednesday April 1
Thurs. - Sat. April 2-4
Sunday April 5
Monday April 6
Tues., Wed. April 7-8
Thursday April 9
Fri., Sat. April 10-11
Sunday April 12
Monday April 13
Tuesday April 14
Wed., Thurs. April 15-16
Fri., Sat. April 17-18
Sunday April 19
Mon., Tues. April 20-21
Wed., Thurs. April 22-23
Fri., Sat. April 24-25
Sunday April 26
Monday April 27
Tuesday April 28
Wednesday April 29
Thursay April 30
ROOTS ROUND UP and
A MERRY COW
JAZZMANIAN DEVILS with
THE FOUR 1's
JONNE KROM
DESCENDANTS from L.A.
MOJO NIXON & SKID ROPER with
A MERRY COW and CHRIS HOUSTON
TERMINAL CITY and guests
20th CENTURY and guests
JONNE KROM
OVERSOUL 7 and guests
FUZZTONES from New York
Enigma Recording Artists
ZEALOTS
WIRED A Blues Brothers Tribute
THE PULSE
TEX TILES and THE TRUE MORAL
FIBRES of the SOUTH
THE NERVE TUBES
POISONED and guests
A MERRY COW and guests
KYLE STEIN and ROUGH TOUCH
BLUE FOR MARY and guests
FAMILY PLOT record release party
MANGO DUB and guests
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Open Sunday
7 to 9 HAPPY HOUR • NO COVER 7 to 9 UNLESS POSTED
932 GRANVILLE ST • OPEN 7 pm TIL 2 am • 684-VFNii disorder
That Magazine from CITR fml02 cablelOO
APRIL 1987 Vol V No 3 Issue # 51
EDITOR
Michael Shea
WRITERS
Travis Bickle, Don Chow, Steve Edge,
Janis McKenzie, Mark Mushet, Mark
Quail, Terry Walker
ILLUSTRATORS
Rod Filbrandt
PHOTOGRAPHERS
Jim Main, John Scully
COVER
Michelle Normoyle
ART DIRECTOR
Karen Shea
DESIGN
Harry Hertscheg
LAYOUT
Dana Alvaro, Flicka Blades, VicBonde-
roff, Shedo Ollek, Lucy Crowther, Sandra
Dametto, Ian Hunter, Randy Iwata,
PROGRAM GUIDE
Louis Jantzen
TYPESETTING
Dena Corby, Ammo Fuzztone, Maja
Grip, Don Schuetze
BUSINESS MANAGER
Randy Iwata
ADVERTISING
Lucy Crowther
DISTRIBUTION
Michael Shea
SUBSCRIPTIONS
Randy Iwata
PUBLISHER
Harry Hertscheg
Discorder Magazine, c/o CITR - UBC Radio
6138 SUB Blvd., Vancouver, B.C. Canada
V6T 2A4 S (604) 228-3017
Discorder Magazine is published monthly by the
Student Radio Society ot the University of British
Columbia (CITR-FM) and is printed in the far-away
reaches of Surrey. Canada.
That Magazine from CITR fm102 cable 100 circulates 17,500 free copies by the first of each
month. Twelve-issue subscriptions: $10 in
Canada. US$10 in the U.S.A., $15 elsewhere.
Make money order or certified cheque payable to
CITR Publications'.
CITR-FM broadcasts a 49-watt stereo signal
throughout Vancouver on 101.9 FM. But for best reception, you're far better off hooking up your stereo
to FM cable. CITR is available at 100.1 FM on
Rogers Cable (Lower Mainland) and Shaw Cable
(North Shore), but not yet on Western Cable (New
Westminster and the Fraser Valley). Call your cable
company if you're having reception problems; call
us if you're having trouble hooking up
All inquiries concerning CITR. Discorder or the
Mobile Sound System can be directed to station
manager Harry Hertscheg. The business line is
228-301 7. The CITR request line is 228-2487 or
228-CITR
IN THIS ISSUE
• TAPE-A-MANIA
A do-it-yourself cassette recording project
true to the spirit of independent music
• GANGSTERS OF SWING
"Rhythm is our Business" say The Jazzmanian Devils.
Terry Walker discovers that rhythm is not their only business
• JUST LIKE APPLE PIE
The Butthole Surfers are the kind of group you could
take home to meet Mom
IN EVERY ISSUE
• UP FRONT
An introduction to Discorder
• AIRHEAD
We don't make these letters up; they're written by real
people. Honest
• VINYL VERDICT
DOAy the Halifax underground, Rita McNeil
• ....AND BITTER CYNICISM
Mark Mushet continues his obtuse analysis of the
alternative music community
• ON THE DIAL
A guide to radio for normal people
• SPIN LIST
Top of the Pops, CITR style
• LOCAL MOTION
Janis McKenzie lets you in on a few secrets, and
reviews the latest demo-tape releases
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APRIL 1987 3 CJBS Presents
The Fastest Tenorman in the West
JOHNNY
GRIFFIN
Quartet
* * * + * *
Paris/New York
Kenny Washington
Drums
Phil Flanagan
Bass
Michael Weiss
Piano
Sunday, May 10
8 PM
Vancouver East
Cultural Centre
Tickets: $14.00
Available: V.E.C.C, Black Swan,
High Life, Sikora's
Reservations 254-9578
Information: 682-0706
UP FRONT
GANGSTERS, GIRLS AND GUNS
....are three topics not normally
dealt with on the pages of Discorder, but they are three topics hard to
avoid when featuring an expose on the
underworld activities of Vancouver's Crusaders of Swing, The Jazzmanian
Devils. Terry "The Hack" Walker's investigative reportage digs up the dirt on
these cool dudes who play it like it was
and discovers dangerous living on the
wrong side of the tracks.
Another gang you might not want to get
messed up with is the Butthole Surfers, who rape, pillage, and plunder into
town April 13th, when they headline a gig
presented by CITR and Discorder at
Graceland. Travis Bickle provides a little
background information to prepare you
for the aural onslaught these atypical
Texans will undoubtedly unleash on the
unwary. So be warned!
Alas, this month's issue of Discorder is
small, but brimming as usual with stimulating discourse from our readers in
Airhead,   from   Mark   Mushet   and   his
CONTEMPORARY
CANADIAN
DESIGNERS
URBAN
INNOVATIONS
2194 W. 4TH AVE. (AT YEW) 736-3112
column on the "really" alternative scene,
and from Janis McKenzie and her column
on local music happenings. Vinyl Verdict
features reviews of 100% CanCon
albums, and Don Chow previews the new
discs yet to appear on the CITR SpinList
in Off The Bottom.
BEHIND THE DIAL	
Well, if you haven't had enough anniversaries to celebrate yet this year, here's
one more for the books. On Wednesday,
April Fool's Day, that's this April 1st,
CITR celebrates 5 YEARS ON FM. To
commemorate this momentous occasion,
CITR is presenting Tape-A-Mania, a do-it-
yourself cassette recording project coordinated by Ian Hunter. On the evening of
April 1st, four local bands will play live
over the CITR airwaves and you have the
opportunity to record the broadcast without infringing on anyone's copyright laws.
All you have to do is acquire four blank
60-minute cassettes, cut out the cassette
covers on page 5 of this month's Discorder, paste the cassette covers onto
cardboard backing of the same size, and
tune to CITR FM 102 CABLE 100 the night
of April 1st. Beginning at 6 pm, Terminal City will take to the airwaves,
followed by Red Herring at 7:30 pm,
The Hip Type at 9 pm, and Stubborn
Blood at 10:30 pm. Each group will play
two 25-minute sets, so that you can make
your own Do-lt-Yourself cassette album.
Who says Home Taping is killing music?
Between the live sets from 5:30 pm
until midnight, CITR will dig deep into the
archives to bring out the best and the
worst of Vancouver underground music
of the past decade. It's 100% VanCan—
a celebration of local music and the role
CITR has played in helping to support it.
Earlier that very same special day,
Louis Louis and Nervous Norbert
are combining forces and throwing a
Celebfity DJ Bash! Members of Vancouver's favourite bands will be the host
DJs all afternoon from 1 pm to 5 pm.
Listen up, and bring out the fool in you
because there will certainly be enough of
them on the air!
Speaking of fools, Discorder is pleased
to announce that CITR FM 102 and the
Fools' Society are fraternal twins, both
being "born" on April Fool's Day in
1982. CITR FM 102 would like to thank the
Fools' Society for making honorary fools
of us this year. Listen to CITR for more
information on upcoming foolish events.
The Editor
4   DISCORDER -MANIA
They Play, You Tape. That's right. We're using you the listener to record, manufacture and
distribute these tapes. Just tune in April 1st at 6 pm., load your cassette tape, wait for the cue,
then take your finger off pause and go... instant album project!
Here are your 4 cut-out cassette covers to complete your do-it-yourself tape project
Note: for best results, paste the covers on the back of some cardboard. Good luck!
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STUBBORN BLOOD Why My Boss Went Beserk
Dear CITR,
One of your D.J.'s made me very happy
one evening. He made my boss go nuts,
it was great. I worked serving alcohol to
the masses, during which I listen to 'top
40' which is not enough, I like the 'top
80,000.' At 40 repetition makes brain
swell and ooooze out my ears, CITR helps
me stuff my brain right back where I like it,
whew. Well one night, while stuffing my
brain back into my head and musing over
the music like sound coming across the
airwaves, my boss came in. Or rather
stumbled in. He'd been busy doing
quality control on a half sack of trendy
Mexican beer, several local brands,
every scotch (even Potters!) but had
moved on to the cognacs and needed a
refill. He stood swaying in the doorway,
listening with a puzzled look on his face,
staring at the ceiling. Slowly his head
turned to the receiver, while saying
"THIS FUCKING GARBAGE!" His expression flashed to anger, face red, glass
dropped, teeth clenched, he did it. He
lunged at the poor box, grappled it with
a grunt, took a breath, and with hands
on either side he pulled, "FUUUCKIIN'
GAARBAGE!" and in one inspirational
slam dunk, into the trash it went. Refilling
his glass, looked into the bin as to make
sure it was dead, another mutter "garbage" and he was off. I felt spiritually
lifted, like a new beginning to see an
asshole like him go right off the handle,
will, without a doubt, be cherished for a
long time, a long time indeed, but what
really made me sleep well, was when I
asked if I could have jt, "seeing as it was
garbage." Not yet says he. He then pulls
it out and throws it to the ground with
surprising force. At this point I reckon it
might still work, who needs pressboard
covering anyhow? But he jumps in the air
and with both feet lands squarely in the
middle, cracking it like the Titanic and
said, "It's all yours." I started feeling
tingly all over, his last words before exiting
were, "DON'T YOU EVER PLAY CITR
AGAIN!" Angels were singing in my
head, thank you CITR, thank you for
existing, you give me hope for a better
tomorrow.
love, from the first
Mel Brewer
It is indeed gratifying to know that CITR is
playing such an important role in management-employee relations. We at the station
hope, also, that when the better tomorrow
comes music, such as the kinds that CITR
promotes, will be heard in airports, restaurants, department stores, elevators, etc.,
to soothe the soul of the savage consumer
and to inspire these people to transcend
the trivial concerns of daily life.
First they have to get angry, not at
others, but at themselves.
6   DISCORDER
..That Makes Horseraces
A&Z&
K is Difference of Opinion.....
Dear T Crutch,
What an enlightening letter you wrote to
this "rag" last month. I never thought to
see the day when Christ would walk
among us again, but I now know that He
is back, since such a wonderfully uplifting
epistle could only come from one who is
him(or her)self perfect. Thank you so
much for giving us the benefit of your
wisdom.
Now, as one writer whom you singled
out, perhaps I might make a point or two.
You wrote, "No appreciation of art...is
objective." I agree totally, but I confess
I am amazed that you fail to see that any
record (or other) review is completely
subjective, whether it appears in Discorder or anywhere else. What you read is
one person's opinion, nothing more. It is
a reaction, one shaped by the circumstances of that individual's life. Furthermore, it is essentially an emotional,
visceral reaction, for music is basically
an emotional, visceral medium. If the
music fails to grab you at some subconscious level, it is not going to be important
to you and no amount of intellectualising
will make it so. To believe that such a
highly personal opinion is a "rigid pose"
indicates to me that you disagree with that
opinion. Which is fine, but don't denounce it as a "pose" for then you
yourself commit what you rail against.
Remember, beauty is in the eye of the
beholder. Perhaps from your high moral
ground you can no longer see anything
clearly. If so, come on down and join the
rest of us.
Lastly, please refrain from further criti-.
cisms until such time as you are willing to
take responsibility for your opinions by
attaching your real name to them. Pseudonyms leave a bad taste in my mouth.
opinionatedly yours
lain Bowman
Dear Airhead,
What the hell was Marsha Harris talking
about in Black is Beautiful... in the March
issue? What sort of punk carries a credit
card? No self-respecting adherent to
that sort of alternative lifesyle would even
think of using the credit system of the very
society he's trying to opt out of or change.
And certainly no punk would "scuttle
mortified" out of a drug store after an
encounter with a rude clerk. As for the
rest of that cynical piece, PLEASE, WAKE
UP! Yes, there are too many "salon
radicals" out there but to paint a picture
of crucified kids dressed in angst-black
and acting like someone out of a Samuel
Beckett play is silly. Marsha quit the
judgemental posturing beause it sounds
as dogmatic and closed-minded as that
of the people you're criticizing.
Mark Quail
The Sweetest of All Sounds
Dear Airhead,
Discorder's 50th issue was thoughtful,
dammit. I hope I'm not the only reader
happy to see intelligent viewpoints being
expressed and printed that go beyond
fashion and hip upper-middle class politically-correct 'rebellion'. All I can suggest to those who might choose to dismiss
opinions such as those of T. Crutch and
Marsha Harris because you don't understand the big words they use, is go back
and try again. You don't have to go to
school to be educated (in fact, you could
even grow up to be Premier), so the
pages of Discorder are as good a place
as any to-start. Our strength as individuals
comes from working together to figure
things out so we can actually do something (what a concept!) with all our
energy and our politics and our radicalism. 'Cause if we won't even listen to
each other, then the conservatives and
the oppressors who've got the power
structure on their side will win after all,
and we'll all be dead. Think about that the
next time you growl down Granville!
So, thanks and congratulations to Discorder's editorial people and contributes. Of course it's a rag. Paper and ink
are disposable. Ideas aren't. We —those
of us who give a damn— need this rag
and CITR to give Discordia (or whatever
label you choose to give it) a home base,
a place where it can keep getting reformed by new ideas before flying out all
over to dig itself deep into "your pathetic
little lives." Arrgh. Enough already.
Let's keep listening, actively, and contributing, and thinking, dammit. And oh
yeah, let's stop putting each other down
so much, unless of course we really
deserve it.
signed,
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APRIL 1987   7 Gangsters
of Swing
by Terry "The Hack" Walker
FLASH. This word just off the wire. The
infamous Les Goodman gang has surfaced again, this time striking deep into
the heart of downtown Vancouver's nightclub district. Listeners of this newsreel
service will no doubt be familiar with the
Goodman gang, who call themselves The
Jazzmanian Devils when petftifawg^as
musicians.
'tw^:
Long-known to police and /atfBfgafce-
ment agencies for who they^aily' are,
these so-called Jazzmanian Devils have
nevertheless managed to stay one step
ahead of the law. Les Goodman, the
gang's ringleader, is a classic study in
how the criminal mind operates. Starting
out as a common street hood, the young
Lester Bartholomew Goodman quickly
rose to prominence in the city's underworld by muscling in and taking over
smaller operations such as money-
laundering and bootlegging. His methods
were always direct and usually brutal. He
soon increased his profits from counterfeiting and loan-sharking to include gambling, extortion, and racketeering. Preying
on the weak and defenceless, this ruthless
thug and his cronies dealt with anyone
who would not or could not pay up in the
most horrifying manner possible. Any plea
for leniency, compassion, or mercy was
answered with the blast from a tommy-
gun. Goodman quickly built an empire,
peddling liquor, narcotics, muffins, and
any other nefarious activity that the public
was willing to pay for. And pay they
did—sometimes with money, but often
with something much more precious....
IT WAS WITH A CERTAIN AMOUNT
OF trepidation that I accepted tftis
assignment: after all, here I was-
junior cub reporter for the PrqvinT
Examiner,  being  sent to interview
Jazzmanian  Devils,   who,   as -e;
knows by now, are merely a frontjf;
8   DISCORDER
underworld activities of the Lester Goodman Gang, probably the toughest mob
to ever come out of the Tri-City area.
Through some contacts in the underground scene, I was able to arrange a
meeting at the gang's headquarters.
Hoping to catch them slightly off guard, I
arrived a few minutes early at the prearranged location, a simple door off a
dimly lit alleyway in the warehouse district, gave the secret knock, and waited.
A small rectangle in the door slid open.
A pair of cold beady eyes observed me
silently for a few seconds, then a disinterested voice said, "Yeah?" After I
explained who I was, the rectangle slid
shut, the door opened, and I was yanked
inside by an immense thug in a pin-stripe
suit who, after frisking me, dragged me
down a dark hallway, up a flight of stairs,
pushed me into a chair and grunted,
"Wait here." He disappeared through^
another door. After waiting a minute
two, I crept up to the door and caret
opened it a crack. Peering in, I coulAdjj
a row of solemn-looking blonde won%.
sitting on a long sofa, with a man standing
in front of them. I recognized them as girls
who worked at the Starlight Lounge, a
local speakeasy. The unmistakable voice
of none other than Lester Goodman
himself was addressing them, slowly and
determinedly: "Now listen...and listen
good. I'm taking over this joint, see.
From now on, we do things my way."
One of the girls, a Bette Davis lookalike,
spoke up: "Now, wait a minute, we
don't have to take this kind of—" Goodman cut her off. "You'll take it and like it.
Yeah. Up 'til now, the nightclub racket
in this town has been strictly nickel-and-
dime stuff, but all that's gonna change."
I saw the doorman, Sluggo, coming
back, and quickly re-seated myself.
"Da boss wants ta see ya," he growled.
Once inside the room I noticed the
blondes had left. I sat at a table littered
with empty Jack Daniels bottles. Lester
iodman,  underworld czar,  sat down
ojfite me. "Whaddya know, whaddya
grinned, shaking my hand. I'd
re\seen him before in newspaper
up  close  he   resembled
some deranged Martin Sheen offspring
who'd taken a wrong turn on the road of
life.
I looked around the room. Surrounding
me were the rest of the "band". Yep,
they were all here. Of course, I knew
about these guys: the notorious Harding
Brothers, one of whom carries a thermonuclear device around with him. The older
of the two, Scott "Slick" Harding: Torn
between his faith, his family and a future
fame playing the Devils' music, he remains one of the most versatile guitarists
in the Tri-City area. Brian Harding,
a.k.a. The Bone: the youngest and most
evil, "Babyface" has openly admitted
to using sarcasm as a method of interrogation. Then there's saxophonist Chris
Grove: he always gets the first and last
laugh. A tenor on a scale of one to 10,
"The Groove" is a vicious womanizer
who's always finding bleached blonde
Jiairs where they shouldn't be. Finn
its" Manniche, he's a mannish
a classically trained cellist with a
le for bass, "Spats" is solid as a
Popfc, but a heavy gambler. Beat is always
in the pocket, even though he has to
retrieve those same pockets every day
from the nearest pawn shop. Last, but
first on the D.A.'s list, is Andy "Have
Sticks, Will Travel" Graffiti: at last count,
he was in 127 different bands. Sells ties
and has ties to a well-known New York
crime family. A keeper of very strange
hours, he also keeps the bands' time,
makes time (in more ways than one),
but has yet to actually serve time. Then
there's the girls.... Vanessa "Sophie"
Richards: born on the wrong side of the
tracks and has lived on the wrong side of
the law ever since. Also known as
"Lava-Lungs", her only public comments so far have been, "J.D.s like to
jam, that's no flim-flam." When she's
not shooting dice, she's shooting any
ex-lovers who tried to double-cross her.
Sandy "Sophie" Scofield: a comic blues
great from way back, Sandy's 10-minute
workout before singing usually consists
of guzzling a couple of bottles of bourbon
whiskey and blasting out the lightbulbs
around her dressing-room mirror with a
six-shooter.    Madeleine   "Sophie"   Ad- dington: the latest clip-joint dame to join
the band, she's a master of the one-liner
as well as the eyeliner. Able to curl your
hair with her invective, "Mad Dog" has
been found in the middle of some of the
biggest brawls this side of "Hockey Night
in Canada".
"We play it like it was," said Goodman. "See, in the late forties and early
fifties, it became too expensive for big
bands to tour, so musicians started
forming smaller groups. The intellectual
wing of jazz evolved into bebop, while the
more dance-oriented people started doing
'jump', a form of R&B, jazz and funk
that eventually was co-opted into rock
and roll. Why, Bill Haley swiped a lot of
his ideas from jumpers like Earl Bostic and
Louis Jordan. Bet you didn't know that,
did you?"
"No," I admitted, shaking my head
slowly. Goodman appeared to know his
stuff, but even so, whenever this bunch
enters a bar or nightclub it's to slap
around the owner for not serving Goodman's brand of cheap beer or bathtub
gin, and anybody who thinks there are
musical instruments being carried in those
cases is in for a big surprise. Goodman
continued, "We play it like it was played
then, with the same intensity, energy,
and excitement. Of course we also do
some of our own original numbers...."
Chris Grove sprang to life and said loudly,
"Yeah, songs we wrote ourselves, see!"
"Yeah!" yelled Scott Harding, suddenly
leaning toward me.
"Shaddap!" Goodman threatened.
Goodman turned back to me and continued, "Yeah, so anyway, that's the
way it is, see. We're just a group of
struggling musicians. That's on the level.
Ain't that right, boys."
"Look," I said, "my readers want to
know about you guys. What are some of
your hobbies?"
"Well let's see," said Goodman."The
Bone here likes horticulture and watching
The Dating Game' and 'Jeopardy'...Finn
enjoys games of chance...Slick over
there, he—nah, I'd better not tell you
what his hobby is...."
"And you?" I asked, pressing further.
"Me? My hobby is revenge." His lip
curled and  he chuckled quietly.
"Let me ask you about 'Sophie' Richards," I said.
"Yeah, she's great...why? What
about her?" replied Lester.
"Sure, Vanessa's a swell dish, but it's
common knowledge that she works with
an outfit called Gangland Artists. Is this
just a coincidence?"
"I don't know what you're talkin'
about," grinned Goodman.
"Well, what about 'Sticks' Graffiti?
Another coincidence?" I pressed. "I
understand his hobby is making
clocks...like the kind used in...time-
bombs?"   Goodman's   grin   had   van
ished.
"I don't know nuthin' about that!" he
snapped defensively.
"Oh, come now," I continued, "everyone knows Andy's an explosives expert.
And isn't it true that he got his nickname
of 'Sticks' long before he became a
drummer...because he used to pack
sticks of dynamite around all the time?"
I stopped as I felt a hand grasp my
shoulder. It was Graffiti's, and his other
hand was going inside his impeccable
white jacket—no doubt he was packing a
rod. I looked up and saw that Brian
Harding had already drawn his.
"That does it!" roared Goodman,
banging his fist down on the table, rattling
the empty bottles and over-full ashtrays.
He got up and stormed out of the room.
I sat down and calmed myself with a
swig of bourbon. I felt a hand on my
shoulder—it was Graffiti again. "Whaddya
want?" I said.
"The   interview's   over,"   he   replied.
"Now wait a minute," I protested, "I
just came here to get the dope on...."
"Say, who're you calling a dope?"
yelled Chris Grove, grabbing ahold of
me.
"Hey!! Leggo a'me, ya big galoots,"
I cried as the gang lifted me and carried
me to the door. A couple of black eyes
and a fat lip later, I found myself sitting
on the pavement outside. My jacket and
note pad came flying out after me, and
the door slammed shut.
Several days later, I slipped unnoticed
into the Starlight Lounge, where The
Jazzmanian Devils were playing. I couldn't
help but admire their jazzy swing, Top
40-of-the-'40s sound, and the smooth,
suave, debonair way they pull it all off.
Walking home, I had time to think.
O.K., so maybe I didn't get any hard
evidence on them, and maybe I can't tie
them directly to any underworld operations. I'll have to leave that to the
appropriate authorities. Although they
appear headed for the top of the world,
sooner or later Goodman and his gang
will slip up, and when they do, they'll
feel the full weight of the law. But until
that happens, one thing is for sure: when
these gangsters Swing...That's The
Groovy Thing, ft
Editor's Note: Terry "The Hack" Walker
has since been charged with committing
an act of overt plagiarism. It seems he has
been watching one too many late-night
gangster flicks and he's blurred his line
between reality and fantasy. The Jazzmanian Devils, though, are as overt as ever
and you can catch them plagiarizing at
The Venue April 2-4, at The Commodore
with Colin James April 11, and The
Jazzmanian Devils' Big Band makes a
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brought on by listening to too much Smiths and other
haircut bands. You should have known from the
very beginning that sappy/sincere vocals and
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events, that's a fact, and the rumours say
that the Buttholes are living in a van with
a dog, accountant types on acid, militant
homosexuals, devil worshippers in white
tube socks. None of this is true. This
band is CLEAN, upstanding and responsible. These people are from the heartland of the USA and they grew up on TV
and evangelism, corn flakes and a morality that reflects all that is right and good
in America.
// / was still alive, I'd wanna be the
Buttholes' dog.
—Darby Crash, The Germs
So, you say to yourself, why haven't I
heard of them if they're such a big fucking
deal? It's because you haven't been
listening. All that time you were going
through the Husker Du/REM trip, preening your hair and lip-syncing to rap
records in front of the mirror and wondering what happened to punk music, it
went down to Texas and was put in the ,
hands of some very twisted people. Punk
is dead, long live Punk.
Noisemongering is born and the
Butt holes are the foundation of a new
movement in music that refects all the
traditional ways to sell records. No haircuts, no fashion, no image, mysterious
enigmas who exist only in the minds of
hysterical devotees. Small record pressings, no major label deals or promo hype
here, just rock and roll noise, distorted
vocals and wild guitars punctuated by the
scream or plea. No wonder you've never
heard of the Butthole Surfers...Punk was
BORN AGAIN while you wasted your life
listening to regular FM radio.
So, it's really up to you. Continue
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and repetitious pablum, or you can turn
around, look the ghost of your punk past
square in the face, get up off your knees,
and encounter the Butthole Surfers.
For those brave enough to try, few will
succeed, as the Buttholes and the whole
noisemongering movement forces you to
think. This is not nice music that floats
over your head....it hits you right in the
glands when you least expect it. Good
luck, you'll need all you can get.
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Oat of the Fog: The Halifax
Underground 1986
Flamingo Records
Halifax? Nova Scotia? The home of Billy
Joe "It's okay I really deserved the
money" MacLean? They have an indigenous music scene? They do, and this
offering from that ever-prolific outfit,
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Put together with the blessing and/or
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album itself is quite well-produced, so
the music is allowed to stand on its own,
and it's nicely packaged with a liner that
gives a little background on each of the
artists: history, band members, that sort
of stuff.
So much for preliminaries, what about
the music? Well, like most compilations
this is a variable effort, with some really
nice stuff, and some not so impressive.
The first impression is of the variety of
external influences that are represented
here; there is little indication of a distinctive Halifax sound, although there is
a typically Canadian predilection for hardcore (False Security, Dogfood, The
Misery Goats). Apart from that, there
are echoes of REM (Basic English),
and other Georgia r'n'r (The Killer
Klamz), the Smiths (Karma Wolves),
New Order/Joy Division (Ridge of
Tears), Skinny Puppy (The October
Game). There's even a bit of country &
western from The Lone Stars, and an
Husker Du-ish song from the Jellyfish-
babies. Lastly is the aforementioned king
of the buskers, Mark Welner, who
sounds like a one-man Violent Femmes
hooked on rockabilly.
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Don't Wait and The Lone Stars' Dying
Town. I must also admit to a certain
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Gothic posturing on Grind, although for
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well, The Jellyfishbabies' Running out of
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out, also on Flamingo (I think). Of the
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picks.
However, that is a caveat of compilations such as these. They are samplers,
and so you're bound to get chaff along
with the wheat, to distort a cliche. Out
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Rita McNeil
Flying On Your Own
1895 Venables at Victoria
Rita McNeil performed something like
120 shows at EXPO 86. The benefits are
evident on this record, and in the sold-out
shows on her current tour. Say what you
will about Uncle Jimmy's showcase,
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from musicians - outside of the FIRA
shambles. McNeil has applied much of
her EXPO funds to the lavish production
on this record, by far her most commercial effort to date.
Rita McNeil is an extraordinary woman
who hails from the Cape Breton village of
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and is one of the warmest stage performers around. She has emerged from the
Folk Festival circuit to aim squarely at the
mainstream and, judging by the string of
sell-outs, is heading in the right direction. Her earlier albums seemed to lack
something; perhaps this reflects the universal problem of recreating stage charisma on vinyl, but the production on this
record is much stronger. She has a fine
backing band, led by Scott MacMillan on
guitars and producer Ralph Dillon on
keyboards. In spite of the big sound,
commercial radio has, thus far, tried to
ignore this release, so CITR once again
leads the way!
The strongest cuts are Fast Train to
Tokyo and Neon City, and there is a wide
range of musical styles represented -
everything from folk to reggae to blues,
country and pop. Probably too mellow for
the tastes of CITR listeners, but nevertheless a creditable effort which will give
well-deserved recognition to this hardworking, big-hearted woman.
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IF SOMETHING IS worth the effort of
taking time to think and write about,
put to paper, and thrust abruptly
before the eyes of thousands of readers,
then surely there is something of significant value to be considered (Oh yeah?
—Editor). If all that is written is a stream
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we can be at times. The same holds true
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simply being successful at crafting pop
music. And the balanced, objective approach? Too contrived. Well, how about
pure unbridled cynicism then...
Brian Williams is certainly in keeping
with current trends in the UK underground
music community (a community being of
far greater significance than a 'scene').
His long held alias 'Lustmord' fits the
gloomy tone that he and his peers try so
hard to emanate. David Tibet (ne Henderson), Edward Ka-Spel (ne Sharp),
Babs Santini (ne Steve Stapleton) are
also of this mythic melange of musical
deviants, though the pedestrian sounding
name of Greame Revell figures prominently as well. These artists tend to quote
the same literary sources for inspiration
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resurrected 19th century French surrealist
writer, being the most oft referred to, both
lyrically and musically). They also tend
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various incarnations.
Though recorded a few years ago, the
new Lustmord LP Paradise Disowned
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"ethereal") not unlike SPK's Songs of
Byzantine Flowers LP. Paradise Disowned
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of pre-renaissance musical motifs but
without the benefit of being steeped in
real musical theory of the time. Also, it
succeeds in evoking this sense with
contemporary means (ie., the rather
tasteful use of electronics with embel
lished snippets of early choral works and
plainsong). Of course, metal percussion
plays its usually over-pronounced part
as well. It is a fabulously successful LP
for Brian Williams.
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videography. That means real close up
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Record where the winners do! ON
THE
DIAL
CITR FM102 CABLE100
MONDAYS
MORE DINOSAURS
8:00-9:00 pm
THE JAZZ SHOW
9:00-12:30 am
Vancouver's longest-running prime time Jazz
program, featuring all the classic players, the
occasional interview, and local music news.
Hosted by the ever-suave Gavin Walker.
06 Apr.   Out Of The Cool with the Gil Evans
Orchestra is not only a musical
classic but an audiophile's delight. A
digitally remastered recording brings
this one back.
13 Apr.   The Duke Ellington Orchestra at the
Newport Jazz Festival (1956)... the
music caused a near-riot when performed, police and firehoses were
called in but Duke played on. You'll
hear why. A great night!
20 Apr.  Ballads... despite slow tempos and
generally quieter times, the Art of
the Jazz Ballad is where some
gifted musicians are able to give
their most emotionally. Various artists: Davis, Mingus, Monk, Coleman,
etc.
27 Apr.   Gene Ammons and Sonny Stitt—
one of the greatest saxophone 'tag-
teams' in Jazz history battle it out.
Culled from various sessions.
TUESDAYS
RECTAL RECTITUDE
5:30-8:00 pm
Dislodge those constipated valves—shake it
up—tune in and expose yourself to music
guaranteed to make you flow. Your host:
Renato.
THE EDGE ON FOLK
8:00-9:30 pm
Vancouver's only prime time "folk" show
could be entering its final month as a Tuesday evening sojourn through the nether
regions of roots-oriented music. Don't Panic!
The show could be moving back to Saturday
mornings to get a bigger time slot. Stay
tuned for the latest develoments! Lots of new
releases, including the latest Silly Wizard LP,
June Tabor's John Peel Sessions, a reissued
Fairport Convention "live" album and two
Country releases—a new LP by Nanci Griffith
and the Trio project of Emmylou Harris, Dolly
Parton and Linda Ronstadt. (No, I'm not joking! It's a cracker!) Features for the month:
07 Apr.* New wave of Angry Young Men,
represented by Belfast's Andy White,
London's Rory McLeod and
Glasgow's Peter Nardini.
14 Apr.   Nick Drake. No longer with us, but
he left many fine recordings, recently reissued by Carthage Records.
21 Apr.   Scotland's Battlefield Band play at
the S.F.U. Theatre on Sunday, April
26th. A magnificient band, and formidable drinkers! Here's a sample of
what to expect.
28 Apr.  For all the Spirit Of The West fans
suffering withdrawal symptoms we
have highlights of a recent concert
by The "Fab Four!"
TUESDAY WELD
9:30-1:00 am
"If life is a mystery, then who are the
suspects?" (T Weld)
PLAYLOUD
1:00-4:00 am
It returns. Horror made to explain its own
nightmare. Aural surgery by Larry Thiessen.
WEDNESDAYS
ANOTHER KIND OF WEDNESDAY
7:30-10:00 am
Start your Wednesday mornings with Sidney
Killpigge, as he plays whatever the fuck he
wants.
WE BE BOTANISTS
10:30-1:00 pm
Plant Crusaders Grant, Dave and Byron
discuss Satanism and its connection with
developmental evolution of photosynthetic
organisms. Music and refreshments will be
provided. No fungus please!
NERVOUS NORBERT & LOUIS LOUIS
1:20-5:00 pm
April 1st, Norbert & Louis combine to
celebrate CITR's 5 years on FM by throwing
a "Celebrity D.J." bash, with members of
Vanburg's Favourite Bands spinning the
wheels of steel with all their eclectic might.
Hostias, tio!
THE UNDERWORLD
6:00-8:00 pm
Attention! All: coolsters, hepcats, squids,
psychos, streetniks, refuseniks, hodads, skit-
zoids, pinkos, utilitarians, hermits and
lunatics!!! This show is for you: We toss the
boppinest in rock, pop and bohemian-salsa-
accordian-metal, on and off our turntables!!!
Tune in, turn on and drop out! Dig the rebop,
daddy-o? With hour hosts: Mikey D., Carbun-
kle and "Miss CITR," Linda S.
01 Apr.  Local music extravaganza—rare
demo tapes from the past, obscure
live recordings.
75 Apr.   High Profile on Austin, Texas'
"Rabid Cat" Record Label. Includes:
Scratch Acid, Offenders, Not For
Sale, N.O.T.A.
22 Apr.  High Profile on the "Touch & Go"
Label. Includes: Butthole Surfers,
Killdozer, Cargo Cult, Virgin Prunes,
etc.
THE AFRICAN SHOW
8:009:30 pm
The latest in modern African dance music
plus/minus a few oldie but greats and extras.
Your way we come every Wednesday at 8:00.
Information—News as they come at 8:30 pm.
Possible special features at 9:00. Your hosts:
Umerah P. Onukwulu and Todd Langmuir.
Welcome.
THE KNIGHT AFTER
Midnight to 4:00 am
Hosted by Patrick Mokrane.
THURSDAYS
FINE LINES
10:05-11:00 am
A new feature on CITR, courtesy of the fine
folks at CFUV, U. of Victoria. A literary program featuring readings and interviews with
known and obscure poets and authors. Produced at CFUV and heard across Canada.
Hosts are Jim Andrews, Barry MacDougall
and Rick Andrews. Tune in and get cultured!
WHAKAWERAWERA THERMAL
RESERVE
11:00-1:00 pm
The humble W.T.R. will continue to elude
definition and play music that even lemmings
will appreciate. From U of K to WLU to UBC.
Tune it in and think of other places. What is
a Whakawerawera anyway?
THE VINYL FRONTIER
5:30-8:00 pm
Sonic explorers Mike Mines and Robin
Razzell test the outer limits of the Spinlist.
Psychedelic. Progressive. New. Beam us up,
Scottie!
TOP OF THE BOPS
8:00-9:00 pm
TEENAGE TORPOR
9:00-11:00 pm
Possibly the only show in the western world
to be named after a T-shirt. So tune in, lie
back, and listen to records being spun by a
student who's had to compare and contrast
the rise of fascism in pre-WWII Japan with
the common uses of Cartiesian geometry
once too often.
MEL BREWER PRESENTS
11:00 pm-Midnight
Join Pat, Jay and Ian, three people with
three letters in their names, for interviews,
news, reviews and bugaboos about the local
music scene.
ANTHROPOLOGY
Midnight-3:30 am
Radio waves, broadcast omnidirectionally,
leave the Earth at the speed of light. Due to
the curvature of space, they will return to the
point of origin; far in the future we will rediscover our pa^+ The signal may not be strong
but it will still be better than commercial
radio. Inserting the needle: Matt Richards.
APRIL 1987   19 FRIDAYS
FRIDAY MORNING MAGAZINE
7:30-10:30 am
Regular features include multi-dimensional
profiles of wilderness issues, feminist
ideologies, children's culture, and what's happening around Vancouver. Kirby Hill oversees
the whole operation.
TRIBES AND SHADOWS
10:30-11:30 am
A program that explores "New Consciousness." Dreams, myths, cultures and rituals all
take context, bridging the gap between Dark
and Light. Featuring the innovative, the
eclectic and the stirring diversities inherent in
the musical fabric of our world. Hosted by
Kirby Hill.
CRAPSHOOT
5:30-6:00 pm
Members of UBC's Progressive Conservative,
Liberal and N.D.R clubs discuss federal
political issues. Alternately moderated by
Stephen Gold and Betsy Goldberg.
NEOFILE
6:00-9:00 pm
More new records than you can shake a stick
at, while Kevin Smith suffers extreme
humiliation.
THE BIG SHOW
9:00 pm-midnight
Play That Funky Music, White Boys! DJ Bob
and AI Big bring you the latest and greatest
dance muzak tastefully mixed with their off
the cuff wit and repartee. The perfect complement to your Friday night binge.
SATURDAYS
THE MORNING AFTER THE NIGHT
BEFORE SHOW
7:30-10:00 am
Morning Mayhem. Living With The Brain
Dead.
arc
FM102 CABLE lOO
9:00
10:00
11:00
12:00 -\
1:00
2:00
3:00
4:00
5:00
6:00
7:00
8:00
9:00
10:00
11:00
12:00
1:6
Julia
Steele
EVERYTHING
CONNECTS
Jennifer Chan
Dan Mulligan
ANOTHER
KIND OF
WEDNESDAY
WHAKAWERAWERA
THERMAL
RESERVE
LUNCH REPORT: BBC NEWS, CITR NEWS, SPORTS WEATHER
NERVOUS
NORBERT
LOUIS
LOUIS
JACK CADE
SHOW
PARTY
WITH ME,
PUNKER!
FRIDAY
MORNING
MAGAZINE
TRIBES AND
SHADOWS
THE
ED.D.J.
SHOW
Peter
Courtemanche
DINNER REPORT: NEWS, SPORTS, WEATHER GENERIC REVIEW, INSIGHT, DAILY FEATURE
HARSH
REALITIES
OF THE
RANDOM
GENERATION
MORE
DINOSAURS
THE
JAZZ
SHOW
JUST
THERE
RECTAL
RECTITUDE
THE EDGE
ON FOLK
TUESDAY
WELD
THE
UNDERWORLD
AFRICAN
SHOW
ARE YOU
TALKING
TOME?
THE
KNIGHT
AFTER
THE
VINYL FRONTIER
TOP OF
THE BOPS
TEENAGE
TORPOR
MEL BREWER
PRESENTS
ANTHROPOLOGY
VISITING
PENGUIN
SHOW
THE MORNING
AFTER THE
NIGHT BEFORE
SHOW
BRITS
GO
HOME
POWER
CHORD
CLOCK
THE
BEAT
SAT. MAGAZINE
Paul
Clarke
ACROSS THE
MERIDIAN
MUSIC
OF
OUR
TIME
ROCKERS
SHOW
MICHAEL
WILLMORE"S
ROCK
TALK
JUST
LIKE
WOMEN
FAST
FORWARD
LIFE
AFTER
BED
aOYD-S
CORNER
WEEKDAY REPORTS
SATURDAY REPORTS
SUNDAY REPORTS
BREAKFAST REPORT
MORNING NEWSBRIEF
LUNCH REPORT w. BBC NEWS
AFTERNOON NEWSBRIEF
DINNER REPORT
BRUNCH REPORT
SATURDAY EVENING
MAGAZINE
70:00 VAN. NEW MUSIC CALENDAR
Soon BRUNCH REPORT/SUNDAY FOCUS
6:00 SUNDAY MAGAZINE
6:30 SUNDAY FOCUS/BLUE SOCKS
BRITS GO HOME
10:00-Noon
Saturday mornings are for a gentle waking
process, right? Wrong. In this show get a
rude awakening as Steve Edge is turned
loose on CITR's entire Spinlist and dishes up
a startling breakfast mix of comedy, music
and U.K. soccer reports. Now Brits can go
home for two hours every Saturday. Canadians can tune in and see why Brits should
have been sent home years ago!
POWER CHORD
12:05-3:00 pm
Vancouver's only true metal show, featuring
the underground alternative to mainstream
metal: local demo tapes, imports and other
rarities, plus album give-aways.
CLOCK THE BEAT
3:00-6:00 pm
Saturday music to help shake your cocktails.
Bits of everything from hip-hop to pop.
Definitely relaxing. Hosted by lain Bowman.
SATURDAY EVENING MAGAZINE
6:00-6:30 pm
Featuring news, sports, weather, Insight,
Generic Review, Today in History, Across the
Atlantic.
PROPAGANDA!
6:30-8:00 pm
An eclectic mix of interviews, reviews, music,
humour, High Profiles, and other features.
ACROSS THE MERIDIAN
11:00-1:00 am
Tomorrow approaches like oncoming traffic.
Midnight readings of local fantasy and
science fiction, interspersed with the usual
noise collisions.
SUNDAYS
MUSIC OF OUR TIME
8:00-Noon
Modern 20th Century classical music ranging
from the tonal to the avant-garde. Instrumentation in all spheres with commentary on the
newest techniques and fashions. With your
host Wolfgang Ehebald.
SUNDAY FOCUS/BLUE SOCKS
12:00-12:30 pm
Sunday Focus is truly a "mixed bag" of
News, interviews, and children's views. Hosts
Libbi Davis and Brad Newcombe explore the
current public affairs issues through interviews and commentary. Followed by BLUE
SOCKS, a children's feature narrated by
Robert Stellmack.
THE ROCKERS SHOW
12:30-3:00 pm
Reggae, Rock Steady and Ska. At 1:30,
Reggae Beat International Hour: news and
interviews about Reggae music worldwide.
Host: George Barrett.
MICHAEL WILLMORE'S ROCK TALK
3:00-6:00 pm
Authentic Rock 'N' Roll from the 50s and 60s
featuring many collectors' items and rock
rarities you'd never hear anywhere else.
SUNDAY MAGAZINE
6:00-6:30 pm
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TOP AIRPLAY ALBUMS
ARTIST
TITLE
LABEL
•Husker Du
Warehouse: Songs and Stories
WEA
•The Beastie Boys
Licensed to III
Def Jam/CBS
•D.O.A.
True North Strong and Free
Profile
•K.D. Lang
Angel With a Lariat
WEA
•Go Four 3
Six Friends
Zulu
•Frightwig
Faster
Frightwig, Kill, Kill
Caroline
•The The
Infected
CBS
•Holger Czukay
Rome Remains Rome
Virgin
•Oversoul Seven
Fool Revelation
Edge
•Various Artists
Sounds of Now
Dionysus
•Firehose
Ragin' Full-on
SST
•Ginger Baker
Horses and Trees
Celluloid
•Culturcide
Tacky Souvenirs of
Pre-Revolutionary America
***
•Chris Spedding
Enemy Within
New Rose
•Godfathers
Hit By Hit
Corp. Image
•Dagmar Krause
Supply & Demand
Hannibal
•Jon Hassell
Power Spot
ECM/Polygram
•Jon Zorn
The Big Gundown
Nonesuch/WEA
•Golden Palominos
Blast of Silence
Celluloid
•Los Lobos
By the Light of the Moon
WEA
•Wire	
Snakedrill
Mute
TOP AIRPLAY SINGLES
ARTIST
TITLE
LABEL
•Fats Comet
Rockchester
World
•The Hip Type
Let Me In
Life After Bed
•Minimal Compact
Immigrant Song
Crammed
•Front 242
Interception
Nettwerk/Captl.
•Young Fresh Fellows
Fillet of Solll
Popllama
•The Mad Parade
Mother's Little Helper
Toxic Shock
•St. Che
Be My...
Siren
•Nina Hagen &
Lene Lovich
Don't Kill the Animals
Arista
•Peter Murphy
Blue Heart EP
Polygram
•Run DMC
It's Tricky
Profile/Polygrm.
Join hosts Colin Lloyd and Stefan Ellis for
champs, Blue Mexico Croon (Trini
this half-hour news magazine which
includes
and Frank) p
us newcomer Dean
commentary, reviews and a
weekenc
wrap-up
Martin, take on Talking Heads,
of sports events and scores
Wire and U.K
. Subs in an all-out,
full face, lip melting battle cage
JUST LIKE WOMEN
match... it had to end somehow.
7:00-9:00 Dm
12 Apr.    Las Vegas Nite—An All-Star
Tune in for invigorating and stimulating interviews, news and music for anyone interested
in women's issues or learning more about
thorn
crooner night featuring: Frank
"Blue Eyes" Sinatra, Trini "Blue
Moo" Lopez, Dean Martin, Mel-
From-Hell-Torme, Sammy Davis Jr.,
plus many more!
FAST FORWARD
79 Apr.    Foetus-Fest—
Two hours of Scraping
9:00 pm-Midnight
Mark Mushet searches the world over for
experimental, minimalist, avant-garde, electronic, and other non-mainstream sounds.
Foetus Off The Wheel. A lovely
thought, isn't it...
26 Apr.    L.A.B. Anniversary Show! Four Full-
Fledged Feisty years of mayhem
comes to a head.
LIFE AFTER BED
FLOYD'S CORNER
Midnight-Until we fail to function..
2:00-3:00 am
05 Apr.    Le Battle Royale-
-Defending
Real "cowshit caught in your boots" country.
Off  Th
BOTTO
by DJ Don Cheese
NO TABLES UNTURNED in our
search for succulent sounds -
Music Madness is the debut LP
from New York's Mantronix It's a smart
and sweaty blend of space-out effects
and killer hip-hop: state-of-the-art
groove. Some funky domestic releases
include the compilation, The House Sound
of Chicago, and an LP and 12" from the
Tommy Boy label. House music has been
getting a lot of press lately, which may
be why this has come out. It does include
Jack Your Body, but overall, doesn't get
too worked up. The Tommy Boy 12" is
called Thunder and Lightning, by Miss
Thang, a cool and seductive tune spiced
with a bit of rap. The LP, On Fire, by
Stetsasohic, crams a lot of words into a
small space -strictly no-frills.
Beauty in the Beast is new from Wendy
(formerly Walter) Carlos, who did the
soundtracks for A Clockwork Orange and
The Shining. This is a purely electronic
record, with Carlos taking pride in not
using microphones, and experimenting
with new tunings and timbres to produce
such sounds as bowed piano. Influences
here go as far afield as Bali and the
Himalayas. Somewhat more conventional
instrumentation is used by Gestalt et
Jive, which features Anton Fier. On
Nouvelle Cuisine, Fier and friends go on
a post-Palomino pig-out with saxes and
clarinets, backwards-and-forwards
drums, alto bass guitar, and other utensils. The LP also includes a friendly
warning for small rural mammals.
Dry Hip Rotation is an LP from Peter
Hope & the Jonathan H. Podmore
Method, a sort of Mark Stewart meets
David Moss quirkiness. Good fun. Another UK release is Bim Sherman's
Haunting Ground, featuring the likes of
Roots Radics and the Dub Syndicate.
Lastly, there's Volume 2 of Ultimate
Trax, another double-album compilation
of Chicago and New York stuff on a UK
label called Champion Records. The
second album is, like Volume 1, a Battle
of the DJs, on which a couple of mix-
maniacs dissect and re-assemble the
songs on the other record. Mixed up?
Someone said that overmixing is the
1980's answer to overproduction, but
anyway, the compilation itself is really
solid, so get it while you can take it. The
House tracks on this are actually better
than on the House Sound record mentioned above. So jack it up out there.-sir
APRIL 1987   21 l^&n^ TfP&^p&ri^?~
by Janis McKenzie
STUBBORN BLOOD, WINNERS OF
CITR's 1986 Shindig, are currently
recording at Mushroom (part of
their prize), and Oversoul Seven's
debut vinyl, an EP called Fool Revelation
on Edge Records, has been in the stores
for a little while now.
Some people will be horrified to hear
that the Flunkees are planning a comeback—maybe the guys just can't resist
now that the Monkees are big news again.
(In my opinion, any way, the local scene
would be a better place if more musicians
periodically let loose their alter-egos in
that kind of band. Who says music can't
be fun, even stupid?)
Once again I'd like to ask bands
sending in demos (just on cassettes,
please!) to write up some kind of biography or even explanation so we can tell
where you're coming from. And, unfortunately, we can't return tapes, no matter
what.
This month's demo tape reviews:
Monuments Galore—Reception. I'm
really sorry I missed them when they were
in town some months ago—this band from
Winnipeg sounds not only musically more-
than-competent but fast, clean, and
energetic.
Times 4—You Never Know. This is
pretty hard to classify, especially coming
from a group best known as a mod band
from North Van. The sound reminds me
more of the 70s (a time I don't know if I'm
ready to be sentimental about), highlighted by some flash bass-playing credited to Steve Hamm (formerly of the
immortal Slow). Whether Hamm is really
in the band, or You Never Know is
indicative of some kind of a new sound for
Stubborn Blood move it into the studio
X4, are mysteries to me. But since the
band's recently joined up with the busy
Cattle Prod people, we should soon have
more chances to see for ourselves.
The Last Corvairs— One Step Ahead/
Infatuated. These songs are off a self-
titled cassette that's commercially available around town and a little reminiscent
of other local (and almost local) bands
like Hunting Party and the Wardells.
Overall, it's very clean guitar pop, maybe
a bit too clean when it comes to their cover
of the Sonics' classic Strychnine where
Gerry Roslie's incomparable screams are
replaced with Bono-esque breathy emotion. What makes this uncluttered recording especially pleasant is the Corvairs"
use of three vocalists. And oh yeah, as
with the 'Cudas and Fastbacks, I have a
special weakness for bands with car
names.
The Crypt Kicker Five—Do You Do/
Mecca. Unfortunately I couldn't find half
the songs on this Seattle band's six-song
cassette, but what I heard, I liked. The
rhythms sound odd to those of us accustomed to a Ringo Starr beat, and sometimes even made me wonder if all four
band members were playing the same
song. As for Rhonda's vocals, they're at
times like the Cowboy Junkies', at others
the Animal Slaves' or Raincoats'. Several
local bassists speak highly of Jaime's
fretless technique, too. I might be tempted
to call this difficult music if the CK5 didn't
do things like jump off the Railway's
4-inch stage simultaneously for emphasis
during a song. As if that isn't cool
enough, there are two girls and two guys
in the band, and they can all play their
instruments and have fun at the same
time. Catch them at the Ditto the next time
you're in the Emerald City.#
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