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THE KLBC EPISODES: #15 - THE KATHRYN DEAN INTERVIEW

2015-03-28


...more like the KATHRYN-DEAN-APALOOZA!! Welcome to this, the 4th, and, sadly, final episode in The Kitchen Sink's International Women's Month-long celebration. Hey, but if you're gonna go...what an exquisite way to go out. It's all things Kathryn Dean in this one as she prepares for the release of her debut full-length album. Trust me on this...just hit the play button!!…

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THE KLBC EPISODES: #14 - RETURN OF THE MASHER

2015-03-19


The 3rd episode in The Kitchen Sink's International Women's Month-long celebration continues as that other Divine Miss M, Mimi Masher, stops by the KLBC studio to catch us up, and fill us in, on all things Long Beach. From Jr. Roller Derby to 'Burrito Talk' to Running Of The Dames 2, if its fun in Long Beach...Mimi knows (and, hopefully, tells) all.…

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THE KLBC EPISODES - #13: ROLL CALL (TKS CELEBRATES INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH)

2015-03-12


We're calling the ladies out by name with this 2nd TKS episode of 2015, ROLL CALL. Music from the likes of The Sisters Of Mercy, The 5,6,7,8s, The Cult, Sonic Youth, The Reverend Horton Heat, Sinead O'Connor, and Blood, Sweat & Tears. We're also featuring Long Beach faves, The Thingz, in this one. Check them out at thethingz.bandcamp.com. (Don't just stream it..BUY it!) It's well over 70 minutes of songs about women. Where the International Women's Month-long celebration continues... …

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THE KLBC EPISODES - #12: TKS CELEBRATES INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH

2015-03-05


This first SPRING SESSION episode finds The Kitchen Sink celebrating the start of International Women's Month with a global collection of women that will absolutely knock your socks off. From the 'world-music' stylings of Zap Mama to the straight ahead, kick-butt, American rock of Suzi Quatro, this one is ALL ABOUT THE LADIES! Also featuring 'new music' from ADRON, Zella Day, Kathryn Dean & ZZ Ward; women whose music you may not know today, but whose music you will definitely be singing along to sooner, rather than later. [Visit the TKS group page on Facebook at Kitchen Sink Podcast & Radio Show for artist links.] Playing the best mix, the most diverse mix, of women you will hear ANYWHERE! Happy International Women's Month, ladies, from The Kitchen Sink!…

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THE KLBC EPISODES - #11 THE REAGAN YEARS (MORNING IN AMERICA)

2014-12-04


From the final over-produced notes of disco, to the first chords of grunge, when you actually stop and take an objective look back, THE REAGAN YEARS (1981-1989), really weren't so bad...musically. And proof positive resides inside this last TKS/KLBC episode of 2014, with enough Reagan-era "cowpunk", rap, pop, rock, r&b/dance, punk, and alternative music to choke a horse. So if you're, like, looking for an excuse to break out your leg-warmers and Members Only jackets, well then, OH MY GOD, click that download link or press play and be ready to step back in time. The Call, Grace Jones, Let's Active, The Waterboys, U2, and The Cocteau Twins to name but a few that'll be scratching your 80's itch. The Kitchen Sink will be returning in March of 2015 with the SPRING SESSIONS. Until then, you can stay in touch by joining the Facebook group page at The Kitchen Sink Podcast & Radio Show. HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!…

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THE KLBC EPISODES #10 - LOCAL SOCAL

2014-11-27


This pre-Thanksgiving episode is all about keeping it local in SoCal; because, as they tell us at the station, college radio is about breaking new music. Nearly 60 minutes of diverse music across the spectrum: pop, rock, alternative, country, instrumental, and acoustic. Featuring the musical stylings of Kathryn Dean, Number 2, Desperation Squad, Addam Wesneski, The Abe Lincoln Story, Shave, Jolly Walker, Eric Warren, Unpopable, E Squared, and The Thingz. (Links to all of which can be found on the TKS Facebook group page at Kitchen Sink Podcast & Radio Show.) So come and (over) indulge yourself on these seriously tasty local tunes until the tryptophan kicks in.…

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THE KLBC EPISODES #9 - A CASE OF THE BLUES

2014-11-20


With the start of the holiday season right around the corner, a case of the blues is to be expected. But this 65+ minute case of "the blues" is, typically, chock full of the unexpected; no usual suspects here. Featuring bluesy offerings ranging from the likes of The 5678s and Merle Haggard to The Squirrel Nut Zippers and BOC; this is definitely music for those who like it...blue. So whether it be the music, the feeling or the color, if it's A CASE OF THE BLUES you've got a hankering for, this is without a doubt the episode for you.…

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THE KLBC EPISODES #8 - THE MIMI PROJECT

2014-11-07


LBC's Wonder Woman, Mimi Masher (@mimimasher), stops by the KLBC studios for a chat. From who's got the best burritos in Long Beach to what Mimi means by "pulling a Jim Morrison" at the Mrs Long Beach Pageant...it's all things, Mimi Masher. We'll also be featuring some seriously juicy tunes (I s**t you not) from Headchange Records (headchangerecords.com) artists: Number 2, E Squared, and Shave. Also dropping a classic from local faves Desperation Squad and a new cut from Addi Somekh's the Unpopable Trio(balloonbass.com). It's a full, fun, episode of local talk and local music that you will not want to miss!!…

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THE KLBC EPISODES #7 - THE TKS 2014 HALLOWEEN BLOOD-SPLATULAR

2014-10-30


If you love Halloween, this TKS episode is the one you've been waiting for!! Creepy, disgusting, gory fun inside this bloody good mix of haunting clips and music that will chill you to the bone. BURSTING with scary surprises, this is no Monster Mash ENTER AT YOUR OWN RISK!!…

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THE KLBC EPISODES #6 - (BUDDY) LOVE SONGS?

2014-10-23


Feeling emo but tired of lighter than air love songs that make you want to bang your head against the nearest wall instead of satiating you need for finality and retribution? Well, The Kitchen Sink has just what you need with (BUDDY) LOVE SONGS?. With over 65 minutes of love songs for people who hate love songs, this Buddy Love inspired episode will have you shouting "at last". Chock full of crazy, teeming with anger, sensually charged, and eager to please...satisfy your carnal cravings by downloading or pressing play to let (BUDDY) LOVE SONGS? make you, at least for a little while, feel normal again. Let's get started now! …

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THE KLBC EPISODES #5 - SCIENCE

2014-10-17


This one's gonna be electric!

Okay, so I had to do more than a wee bit of chemistry to make it work but I am positive that 70 minutes after pressing play, you will find the sum of the parts to be to your liking.

Got free tickets to see Kathryn Dean at the LA House Of Blues to pass along, and if you are in a local (LA County) band looking to get some play, you will definitely want to charge right in.

Music from Under The Noise, Peter Gabriel, Laurie Anderson, Rush, The Cult, local heroes The Abe Lincoln Story, Fluke, a special guest appearance by Major Kong, and much, much more.

It's science you can dance to!!

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THE KLBC EPISODES #4 - PLUS 3

2014-10-09


For when you REALLY need that extra push over the cliff. A loud, riff-laden, guitar filled episode celebrating the legacy of one of the true guitar masters, Malcolm Young of AC/DC fame. As has been recently reported, Young, who has been suffering from Dementia, has had to quit the legendary band and cancel all public appearances. If we have indeed heard the last of Mr. Young, then let us remember this legends legacy with, in this case, a 65+ minute tribute to one of the best and LOUDEST! Featuring Black Sabbath, The Pandoras, The Detroit Cobras, Devo, Mudhoney, Metallica and more...this is definitely the episode for those whom eleven just isn't loud enough.…

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THE KLBC EPISODES #3 - THE BODY

2014-09-25


"...it's harder than it looks." This could very easily have been 60+ minutes of music about eyes and butts! But (HA!) instead what you'll find inside are 18 songs about "the body" and all that it can do and experience. Included within this gem-filled episode are the likes of Amy Winehouse, Nick Lowe & His Cowboy Outfit, Fats Waller, Pink Floyd, Luscious Jackson, Frank Sinatra, and a heck of a whole lot more. So PRESS PLAY or click that DOWNLOAD button! Either way, your in for full-bodied, toe-tapping good time.…

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THE KLBC EPISODES #2 - A MUSI-COMMENTARY

2014-09-18
Length: 1h 13m 20s


The flyer pretty much tells you all you need to know about this episode. Well, except for how truly awesome the music is which features: The Reverend Horton Heat, Tin Machine, Billie Holiday, James Brown, Cheap Trick, Aretha Franklin and much, much more. Regardless of what you think awaits, there's really only one way to be sure. And that involves pressing play...…

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THE KLBC EPISODES #1 - CALIFORNIA

2014-09-11


The first episode in the new digs at KLBC is all about the Golden State, California. The usual diverse mix of music from The Kitchen Sink includes bands you know well and some that I hope you will. Featuring local talent from Pomona, Silverlake (LA), Long Beach, Foothill Terrace and more. It's a cornucopia of tunes done California style and it's sure to please. Remember, you can hear The Kitchen Sink LIVE every Wednesday night from 8:30pm - 9:30pm (PST) on KLBC.org.…

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CBTKS (2008)

2014-08-28
Length: 1h 7m 13s


Episode #5 finds The Kitchen Sink feeling more than just "a little bit country". And with a heaping helping of blues tossed for good measure, you'll find yourself two-stepping all over the place. Junior Brown, Albert King, Primus, CSN&Y, Michelle Shocked, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Long John Baldry, and local TKS faves Desperation Squad all reside inside. So if you've got a hankering for something with a bit of twang to it, then saddle on up and knock this one back.…

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L I V E (2008)

2014-08-28
Length: 1h 15m 36s


Episode #6 is all the way LIVE!! Lots of deep and rare tracks on this one. Joe Jackson, The Bar-Kays, Aretha Franklin, Pat Travers, The Blues Brothers, Cheap Trick, Marvin Gaye and many, many more take a live turn at the mike. …

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THE DANCE EPISODE

2014-08-20


Features a diverse mix of "dance" tunes from the 30s, 60s, 70s and 80s arranged in The Kitchen Sink's inimitable style! From X to Barry Manilow to David Johansen, if it's dance you're after, well, you came to the right place. So download or press play and get to it.

On September 5th, Steve Moramarco and his new band, Superbean, plug in at the Old Towne Pub in Pasadena.  Click on the hyperlink to have a listen...and enjoy.

The 2014 Annual Pig Beach Labor Day Volleyball Tournament takes places Sunday, August 31st, in Long Beach, CA.  Again, click on the hyperlink and have yourself a looksee.  This is a great, fun, and diverse group of people, so if you like beach volleyball...

Lastly, The Kitchen Sink may be back on the air soon!!  Details to come.

Thank you for logging back on, for checking back in to The Kitchen Sink; where it's all about the music.

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IN YOUR FACE, SONGS FROM THE SCRAP HEAP (2009)

2013-05-04


Episode #14 is chock full of songs that just didn't belong. Taken from the reject pile of episodes past, this one is for me. Keith Jackson, with one of the greatest calls in boxing EVER, opens the show. Music from The Young Fresh Fellows, The Sisters of Mercy, Cibo Matto, Sky Cries Mary, Television, The Isley Brothers, and Blondie in tow. Easily one of TKS' more eclectic playlist.…

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WINNING NUMBERS (2009)

2013-05-04
Length: 1h 18m 13s


Talk about being all over the map. Episode #15 has it all. Winning songs (and numbers) for Les Paul (6), for the annual August (8) Perseid meteor shower (12-14), the (10)th anniversary of my marriage, the (40)th anniversary of Woodstock from the likes of Luscious Jackson, Santana, Earth, Wind & Fire, Jefferson Airplane, the B-52s, CSN and a ton more.…

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THE DRIVE-IN (2009)

2013-05-04
Length: 1h 17m 43s


Probably the most fun of all TKS episodes, #16 celebrates the joys of the drive-in movie experience. Comes complete with all the cheesy violence, sex, and exploitation you remember as well as uber-diverse songs by Pete Townshend, The Dickies, Marvin Gaye, PJ Harvey, Frankie & Annette, Hammerbox, and Robert Rodriguez. Trust me on this one!!…

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ROCK & ROLL (ER SKATES) [2010]

2013-05-04
Length: 1h 8m 14s


Simply put, episode #17 is all about the rock, all about the roll. The Romantics, Aerosmith, Bill Conti, Herbie Hancock, Twisted Sister, AC/DC, Run-DMC, and April Wine are but a few that'll have you eager to step into a pair of quads.…

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THE KITCHEN SINK'S 4TH ANNIVERSARY EPISODE (2010)

2013-05-04
Length: 1h 37m 11s


Episode #18, aka The .44 Magnum Is A Monster, is a bit of a monster of an episode itself. This anniversary episode is, just have a look at the flyer, one for the crazies; the Travis Bickles, the Debbie Jellinskys in us all. Both hilarious and frightening, if the clips don't get you, songs by Jane's Addiction, Paul Young, SMP, The Kinks, Metallica, Hole, and Bernard Herrmann will.…

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MOVING RIGHT ALONG (2010)

2013-05-04
Length: 1h 25m 59s

Episode #19. Whether you're leaving town, state, or country (for whatever reason), this is the perfect episode for those on the go. Buckle up, put that baby in gear, step on the gas and press play because Chris Rea, Cibo Matto, The Abe Lincoln Story (www.soulpunkswing.com), The Police, Heatwave, and The Beatles are gonna help ease your mind as the miles pass. A note, originally this podcast came with voiceover, but I was in a mood to experiment and managed to remove myself completely from this one. Try not to enjoy too much, okay?…

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RESOLUTE (2008)

2013-05-03


Here's where it all began. The first of The Kitchen Sink's post-ARN, long-format episodes...and the shortest. Who's playing? The flyer tells you all you need to know. Where it's always been about the music...…

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PLAYS SONGS FOR LOVERS (2008)

2013-05-03


The Kitchen Sink's 2nd episode came just in time for Valentine's Day, and covers all stages of relationships. From good to bad to Tori & Dean, it's all right here...on The Kitchen Sink.…

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LIBERAL PUSSIES (2008)

2013-05-03


The 3rd time was definitely a charm with this politically charged Iraq War episode.

Music features Laurie Anderson, Blind Faith, U2, Fluke, Black Sabbath, Midnight Oil and TKS faves The Abe Lincoln Story.

It's said that those who do not know their history are doomed to repeat it.  Not if you listen to this episode.

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THE KITCHEN SINK'S 2ND ANNIVERSARY SPRING CLEANING (2008)

2013-05-03


Episode #4 finds TKS celebrating the start of podcast year number two with Springtime doozy. Music so diverse, your iPod is jealous.…

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ULTIMATE 80's: HERE'S THE BEEF (2008)

2013-05-03


Episode #7 takes on the 80's as only The Kitchen Sink can. No Kajagoogoo here, just another diverse selection of music from the (near) decade of Ronald Reagan that'll have you reliving the days of leg warmers, valley girls and boomboxes. Where reality steamrolls fantasy.…

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AN AMERICAN CELEBRATION OF INDEPENDENCE (2008)

2013-05-03


Celebrating the 4th of July, episode #8 is The Kitchen Sink at its bawdiest. NSFW at all! Featuring TKS faves Desperation Squad, George Carlin, Tim Curry, Frank Zappa, Prince, Liz Phair, The Pandoras and more!…

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A SUMMER STATE OF MIND (2008)

2013-05-03


Episode #9 finds The Kitchen Sink basking in the glow of all things summer. A ton of summer-inspired clips in this one. Music from Under The Noise, The Cult, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, The Tornadoes, Robert Plant, and The Isley Brothers, to name but a few.…

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HELLO HOPEVILLE: SONGS FOR THE AMERICAN VOTER (ELECTION 2008)

2013-05-03


Episode #10 has The Kitchen Sink weighing in on the 2008 election with some much needed musical commentary via the likes of L7, Groucho Marx, Howard Beale, The J.Geils Band, Ministry, The Smithereens, Cheap Trick, NIN, and The Staple Singers. When I tell you The Kitchen Sink plays most diverse mix of music you will hear anywhere...well, just have a listen.…

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A KITCHEN SINK CHRISTMAS (2008)

2013-05-03
Length: 1h 7m 19s


Bad Santa, indeed. The 11th and final episode of 2008 finds The Kitchen Sink extending some of the weirdest holiday cheer ever. Christmas spirit from a ton of NSFW clips and music from The Surfaris, Beck, Donny Hathaway, Richard Cheese, Frank Sinatra, Spinal Tap, and the Band of Gypsys.…

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THE SENSUAL ART OF POLE DANCING (2009)

2013-05-03
Length: 1h 23m 42s


Episode #12 and the first of 2009. Suggestive and raunchy, this one will have you "making it rain" in no time flat. Music for those who like to go for a spin...music for those who like to watch 'em work. Features the musical stylings of AC/DC, Sinead O'Connor, The Reverend Horton Heat, Cheap Trick, Soundgarden, Death Cab For Cutie, The Cars, and Grace Jones. Audio clips from North By Northwest. Trust me, you'll enjoy taking this one for a whirl.…

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Good vs. Evil (2009)

2013-05-03
Length: 1h 18m 25s


Episode #13 examines the ongoing battle between good and evil through song. Yep, this one not only has some of your favorite superhero themes, it also gives some love to the bad guy. Cheap Trick, AC/DC, The Who, XTC, The Temptations and a whole lot more.…

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THE GATEWAY EPISODE, aka SONGS OF THE THE SWEET LEAF (2010)

2013-04-14


Episode #20. Grass, pot, cannabis, ganja, weed…it’s all about the sweet leaf, marijuana. And no matter what you choose to call it, we’ve got a tune for you in this massive 90+ minute collection of songs and clips about marijuana and other vices. Featuring local bands and TKS favorites, The Abe Lincoln Story (www.abelincolnstory.com) and Desperation Squad, along with the likes of: Neil Young, Cab Calloway, The Velvet Underground, Jules & Vincent, Curtis Mayfield, Humble Pie, Tony Montana, and The JB’s. *”Samson Gets Me Lifted” audio taken from http://www.youtube.com/user/mrffoeg. *”Say Hello To My Little Friend Remix” audio taken from http://www.youtube.com/user/PaJompPo **Episode flyer reproduced from October 1969 issue of LIFE Magazine…seems they were asking the same questions we’re asking nearly 45 years later. So WELCOME to The Kitchen Sink’s “Gateway” episode. You don't have to be stoned to listen...but it couldn't hurt!!…

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HAPPY 236TH BIRTHDAY, AMERICA! (2012)

2012-06-26


Episode #26. Happy 236th birthday, America!! Celebrating the independence, the diversity, of America with a diversity of music as only The Kitchen Sink does; nothing but good ol’ American music featured in this episode: The Young Fresh Fellows, Johnny Cash, Parliament/Funkadelic, Sam Cooke, Hammerbox, The Beastie Boys and The Sonics, to name but a few. So stand at attention with a hand over your heart…and in the immortal words of James Brown “Please, Please, Please” click on the links below and have a look at the writings of some friends of mine. The Brueck Equation by Simmons Norwood (www.simmonsnorwood.com) The Dead Cat & Other Tales by Glenn Fukushima (www.createspace.com/3859553) Trails & Tribulations by Norman Nichols (www.eloquentbooks.com/TrailsandTribulations.html) The absolute best (and safest) to you and yours this 4th of July. THANK YOU for stopping by and having a listen…ENJOY!! …

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That 70's Podcast (2012)

2012-05-30


Episode #25. 101 minutes of music and clips from the 70's. Disco, punk, soul, rock, pop, funk, and country are all represented in abundance. This latest episode features (highlights) the diversity of music that made the 70's great. From Devo to Waylon Jennings, from Marvin Gaye to Marvin Hamlisch, this episode is truly music for those who like it all. And for those of you enjoy who a good read, may I suggest the following from some friends of mine: The Brueck Equation by Simmons Norwood (www.simmonsnorwood.com) The Dead Cat & Other Tales by Glenn Fukushima (www.createspace.com/3859553) Trails & Tribulations by Norman Nichols (www.eloquentbooks.com/TrailsandTribulations.html)…

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POWER TO THE PEOPLE: A CELEBRATION OF LABOR (2011)

2011-08-18


Episode #24. As Labor Day approaches and the American worker finds herself/himself seemingly under constant seige, could there be a better time to comment on worker struggles with music? From the Tea Party (THE CLASH & THE REVEREND HORTON HEAT) to corporate America (SPINAL TAP & FLYGUY) to the Progressive Left (RACHEL MADDOW & KEITH OLBERMANN), all points of view have influence in this 100 minute episode, but in the end it's all about the encouraging, promoting and celebrating of all those hard working women and men out there. Special thanks to the WOMEN OF SDRD, KaRi @ The Prime Spot and Roller Derby / Accounting extraordinaire, Lace E. Underpants! SDRD http://sandiegorollerderby.com/ LACY ITALIANO http://onthegotaxandnotary.com/ BEACH CITIES ROLLER DERBY (formerly LBRD) http://www.beachcitiesrollerderby.com/ Check out our links and events page on Podomatic. Search for The Kitchen Sink Podcast Group on FB. ROCKOUT ALS - BATON ROUGE http://www.facebook.com/rockoutals.batonrouge ROCKOUT ALS - ST. LOUIS http://www.facebook.com/rockoutals.saintlouis…

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STFU, IT'S INSTRUMENTAL (2011)

2011-07-26


Episode #23. To quote the tagline from Jaws 2, "Just When You Thought It Was Safe". Some six months after the last episode, The Kitchen Sink has returned with its BIGGEST EPISODE TO DATE. You've heard them scattered throughout other episodes, now here's an episode dedicated solely to having nothing to say. So in keeping with the theme, everything is being kept to a minimum, EXCEPT the music...and SoCal derby info. Southern California and TKS faves, UNPOPABLE (aka, Balloon Bass), reside inside. You can find them online at www.balloonbass.com or on Facebook at http://facebook.com/addi.somekh. Thank you for your patience, even if you're not a doctor.…

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LOVE, CALIFORNIA (2011)

2011-02-26


An episode (#22) in celebration of The Golden State, California. Musical genres ranging from '60s surf guitar, '80s punk and all the way through to the local/"indie" music scene of the new century, ranging in styles from pop to punk and mild to wild, if it's even remotely associated with the California music scene, you're bound to find it here. Check out the events page for yet even more roller derby info from San Diego & Long Beach. I've also added more links to some of my favorite local bands like Temper Tantrum, Unpopable, Willie Cash & The Cashiers, Desperation Squad and The Abe Lincoln Story. So break out your quads, boogie boards and volleyballs because this is an episode guaranteed to get you in a California state of mind. Special thanks to LBRD's EMME SIXTEEN for the episode flyer!! Up next? The Kitchen Sink's 5TH ANNIVERSARY episode. Stay tuned...…

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A QUESTION OF FAITH (2010)

2010-12-07


Episode #21. With the holidays right around the corner, what better time to ask, what do you believe? 92+ minutes of religious-themed music and clips designed to infuriate, question and celebrate. Featuring the likes of Jackie On Acid, The Ramones, George Carlin, Jerry Falwell, Robert Plant, Dennis Miller, Moodswings, The Call, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Chrissie Hynde & Martin Luther King If this episode doesn't get you into heaven...you're probably on your way to hell.…

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WILLIE CASH LIVE!!

2008-04-06


ANOTHER CLASSIC FROM THE ARN SERIES: Mr. Willie Cash joins me in-studio for a chat, for a sit down and to play some acoustic songs from his glorious WEST COAST COUNTRY cd. …

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The Kitchen Sink

Music for those who like it ALL! Podcasting at: www.kitchensinkradio.podomatic.com Streaming at: www.klbc.org/live-video-feed Wednesday evenings from 820pm-930pm (pst). Putting some fun, some effort, back into the aural experience. So if you're sick of what you hear going up and down the radio dial, stop by and have a listen. Rock, Soul, Blues, Country, Rockabilly, Local & Indie, Punk, Hip-Hop, Movie Audio Clips and much, much more. The best mix, and easily the most diverse mix, of music you will hear ANYWHERE!!!

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