Episode 092 – Nero (Worst Dressed)

 :: Sara Valenzuela ::

:: Sara Valenzuela ::

It’s a hard turn to the left from Mexican funk pop to electronic soundscapes, but Sara Valenzuela has made the transition well.

In this episode: Asteroid No. 4, Elf Power, Hands Down Eugene, Louis Prima, Monsieur Leroc, Optiganally Yours, Sara Valenzuela, Stevie Ray Vaughan + Double Trouble, The Mondo Crescendo, The Negro Problem, The Washdown, Thee Oh Sees, Thomas Function, Twink, Ween, Willy Deville, tUnE-yArDs

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  1. Song
  2. Nero (Worst Dressed)

    The Washdown

    Gainesville’s fiercest

    iTunes Link
  3. Local Fashion Junky

    Asteroid No. 4

    Nouveau psychedelia

    iTunes Link
  4. Miss Madison

    Hands Down Eugene

    From Athens, I believe

    iTunes Link
  5. The Great Society

    Elf Power

    As envisioned

  6. BREAK

  7. Gangsta


    Completely orthogonal

    iTunes Link
  8. A Long Walk

    Thomas Function

    A complete howler

    iTunes Link
  9. Tidal Wave

    Thee Oh Sees

    Their new one is even noisier

    iTunes Link
  10. Awesome Sound


    Aw, hit me again. Hit me again.

    iTunes Link
  11. BREAK

  12. Poodleman

    Optiganally Yours

    Two bottles of jeri curl and a crimping iron

    iTunes Link
  13. Hoppity Jones


    Don’t look him up online

    iTunes Link
  14. No pork, just beats (Featuring Laszlo Loco)

    Monsieur Leroc

    It’s proNUNced Meh-syeu

    iTunes Link
  15. 5 Months, 2 Weeks, 2 Days

    Louis Prima

    The original

    iTunes Link
  16. BREAK

  17. Rude Mood

    Stevie Ray Vaughan + Double Trouble

    Burning up the fretboard

    iTunes Link
  18. Hey Joe

    Willy Deville

    In a Latin wave

  19. Check It On Out

    The Mondo Crescendo

    Adorable, it is

  20. Comikbuchland

    The Negro Problem

    Still one of the best band names ever

    iTunes Link
  21. BREAK

  22. Esta Vez

    Sara Valenzuela

    Jingling off!

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