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Radio Dramedy
207 likes Radio Show
Dave theDramedy (from the band The Dramedy) spins his favorite tracks from various genres of rock. A place where hearing Nine Inch Nails, Sandie Shaw, Public Enemy, Zodiac Mindwarp and Joni Mitchell in one sitting is not out of the ordinary. Album gems? Yes! B-Sides? Definitely! Live tracks and remixes? Cool deal! At RADIO DRAMEDY there are not limits, the lines dividing the mainstream and underground are blurred. Email: davethedramedy@xstreamradio.net Website: www.thedramedy2014.bandcamp.com  Instagram: @thedramedy Facebook: www.facebook.com/thedramedy2014 Twitter: @radiodramedy #thedramedy #dramedy#radiodramedy#xstreamradio#awesome#listen#alternative#britpop#hardrock#punkrock#sixties#fifties#seventies#eighties#nineties#underground#independent#diy#support#checkout#dance#industrial#gothrock#airwaves#radio
Funeral Riot
180 likes Radio Show
Funeral Riot Every Friday Night at 9PM PST on http://XstreamRadio.net - Huntington Beach CA DJ Mange Vorhees takes over the HB AirWaves with two solid hours of #Deathrock  #PostPunk #OldSchool #Goth and #New #Horror #Punk on XstreamRadio.net  Dj Mange takes over the HB AirWaves with two solid hours of Deathrock, Post Punk, OldSchool Goth and New Horror Punk.
Unit F
166 likes Musician/Band
                                                                                                                                                                    Mel Schantz-Vocals    David Costa-Guitars, Vocals    Peter Moreno-Bass, Vocals, Andy David-Drums Since its inception, Unit F has been walking the fine line of socio-political consciousness and chaos with their own amalgam of dark punk, deathrock and esoteric rock.  The approach is a dynamic yet defined sound, showing an awareness of punk rock’s musical heritage and its decided trademark charge of the need for social and political change so typically absent from popular culture. In 2020 Unit F announced the additions of drummer Andy David and Peter Moreno on bass following the late 2019 departures of Guillermo Santacruz and Phil Moore which effectively hit the pause button on the release of its fourth full length, which is now planned for 2020 to stand alongside Ecocide: Songs of Dysfunction (2018), Comes The Day (2014) and American Shutdown (2009). The new self-produced effort signaled a return to friend and producer Jim Monroe (Adolescents, Fu Manchu, Manic Hispanic, CJ Ramone) who was responsible for previous full lengths (along with Greg Hetson), as well as the hard charging Same Ol’ Story EP (2012).    By the summer of 2019, the recording process yielded a four song ‘single/ep’ which will be self-released in March of 2020 , along with several new music videos (Joe Gill producing). The songs include Memo (To Myself), Human Zoo, Jesus Saves, and It’s Okay. That same chemistry and the penchant for songwriting that became Ecocide, is on full display with these numbers, with a unique view of the systematic appropriation of the individual by the corporate system (Memo), a dour look at the homeless crisis witnessed first hand (Human Zoo), and a dangerously sarcastic look at the hypocrisy of the political evangelicals (Jesus Saves). The final barrage is saved for the sneering tongue in cheek It’s Okay, lamenting the everyday wasting process of our collective complacency. The current the lineup began will continue playing as a four piece, still led by original vocalist Mel Schantz who pens the lyrics and mans the vocals. It is a quicker if not louder, more dynamic and version of the band, with Andy David’s expressive drums, and the wall of guitar effect by Dave Costa.  Combined with Peter Moreno’s driving bass lines and backing vocals, Unit F’s sound fills up the room as well as it translates to the big stage. The early reaction to this newer version of Unit F has been good (bassist Pete Moreno joined in January 2020), but obviously the covid 19 virus has forced a rethinking of this thing called entertainment.  Perhaps one day again the band will get to feature most of the classic burners that Unit F fans have come to expect; that room changing energy that has landed them shows with such bands as Bad Religion, TSOL, JFA, Agent Orange, Ill Repute, The Dickies, D.I. and too many other vaunted yet still active punk rock hall of famers. The classic song Ride is still as popular as ever, but with this lineup, the vibe is tighter, and all the new songs show more of a sonic evolution as opposed to a departure. The dynamic is unique. Maybe it is because the new material still rings in powerful lyrics delivered with distinct vocals, tempo changes, and meaty, churning riffs that make Unit F’s approach feel like classic old school. Backing vocals and sing along choruses that put the hooks in line with the gnarl. With live shows that have a show stopping intensity every time the band takes the stage, new songs such as Mind Wars, Human Zoo, Its Okay and Jesus Saves are pounded out with the same frenetic political intensity as Direct Action Now or any song from Same Ol’ Story. The songs from Ecocide like Berkeley Streets, Horrifying or Look Up Bro, still have the relevance of topics which span administrations and political trends with dismal ease, pointing out the steady, go nowhere march of a disoriented humanity. In that regard, at least the social and political reflections get a driving beat, a pounding bass line and a full guitar attack that makes such introspect seem like good night of rock and roll. And that….is just good punk rock protocol.                                                       www.UnitFMusic.com  www.Facebook.com/UnitFband                                                                  www.Reverbnation.com/UnitF