On Sat. June 11th at 9am, Lost Treasures celebrates the independent label Squealer, which started in Blacksburg, VA in 1990 and released 30+ albums and singles. Founder Butch Lazorchak and his bandmate Will Simmons discuss all things Squealer, including music by VA and NC bands as well as international heavies such as High Rise and Acid Mothers Temple. Locally at 94.3 FM and streaming at takomaradio.org
On Memorial Day weekend (Sat, 5/28) Lost Treasures explores the absurdity of war with obscure tracks from the 1960s through 2010, with music from America and far away places like Ukraine and Japan. Songs by Love Sculpture, Eli Radish, and Red Krayola, to name a few. Locally at 94.3 FM + streaming at www.takomaradio.org
My friend Brian asked me to guest DJ his show on NTS, the internet radio station headquartered in London. For this special edition of The O'Brien System, I'll be spinning rare psych tracks from Turkey, Greece, Thailand, Japan, France, the UK and Ukraine. Plan to have Brian return the favor soon and guest host Lost Treasures!
Streams Tuesday 5/24 at 3pm EST:
In commemoration of Battle of Lewes in 1264, the 57th anniversary of Bert Jansch’s debut LP, and the birthday of David Byrne, on Saturday May 14th at 9am, Lost Treasures digs into the strata of outer worlds of the United Kingdom. Featuring obscure tracks from the UK plus rarities from the Scottish born leader of the Talking Heads. Locally at 94.3 FM + streaming worldwide at www.takomaradio.org
This Sat, April 30th at 9am, Lost Treasures hosts Brits Mary Currie (of FLAMING TUNES) and Mick Hobbs (of THE WORK and FAMILY FODDER) who discuss the musical legacy of Gareth Williams (THIS HEAT). In 1985, Gareth and Mary recorded an amazing album entitled “Flaming Tunes,” released in a limited edition of 50 cassettes. DJ Mackie celebrates Gareth and the beauty of FLAMING TUNES. Locally at 94.3 FM and streaming at www.takomaradio.org
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