Max Wax Live!, Vol. 100

With a Little Help From My Friends…

Absolutely stoked for tonight’s show! I’ll be joined by two of my best friends I’ve made since moving from Texas, my best friend from high school, my best friends from college (all three of them) and they’re picking all the tracks! It’s going to be a RIOT!!!

Dollar Country, Ep. 142

Roy Kelly – I’m A Driver For The A.T.A.
Jerry Evans – I’m Walking The Dog
Tom McDonald – Diesel 303
Johnny Mitchum – Prettiest Little Girl In Arkansaas
Linda Manning – The Girl From Saginaw Michigan
Kenny Holiday – We Always Want What We Can’t Have
Hoyle Miller – Twelve Years On Death Row
The Eddy Trio with Jimmy Derr – You’re Gonna Break My Heart
Vikkie Louise and Jimmy West – Fearless Fred
Dub Jones – Born To Be Lonesome
Hal Kapper & Rhythm Playboys – Echoes Whisper Your Name
Bonnie Lois – Poison Honey
Bob Fryfogle – Six Feet Under
Junie Lou – Mountain Gold
Sally Shearer & The 101 Ranch Boys – Time Will Heal My Broken Heart
Tex Wayne – I’d Clime The Highest Mountain
Earl Hughes – Mechanical Bull Riding Cowboy

The Schizophonic, Ep. 150

On this session of The Schizophonic on Trendkill Radio we delve into a staple of Rap and Hip Hop. The Diss Track. Eminem VS MGK. Nas VS Jay-Z, Ice Cube VS NWA, and many many more. Originally aired 7/6/21 At 9pm EST only onĀ

Finding DiRT E.003

I remember a time when the cable channel, Palladia, was awesomely playing 2-3 hour long festival highlight shows of live performances from varied artists all the time; that is, before MTV took over and eventually phased out that level of awesomeness. Well, when I put together these shows for you, long lost Palladia is typically where my head is at. Except, I’m arranging studio recorded performances in a way that gives you a sampling of each presented artist. Ultimately, I try to close the show with the best they have to offer, and this IS the third and final hour of January 2020 songs that I found not long ago. Of course, I love everything in this one, but everyone should really dig the last two numbers: an energetic romp from Bobby’s favorite, UUBBUURRUU (one I like to pronounce loud AND menacingly with the U sound from Subaru); and Mammock brings the house down with their debut album’s final track!
Thank you for listening and enjoying!

Monuments in Ruin, Ch. 184

This week we return with a companion episode for the previous gospel and blues show. Episode 184 keeps that vibe shifting forward to begin tapping into some darker lyric content and slowly bring in a little bit of a rock element to really solidify the overall sadness and emotion that blues can deliver. New show every Monday at 9pm Eastern.

Originally aired on on July 12th, 2021.
Produced and edited by Bobby Rayfield for broadcast on the TrendKill Radio Network.

(00:00) Monuments in Ruin – Episode 184 Intro
(00:39) Rose Mitchell – Baby Please Dont Go
(03:38) The Isley Brothers – Ohio / Machine Gun
(12:49) Etta James – I’d Rather Go Blind
(15:19) Ella Jenkins – Racing With The Sun (18:08) Miriam Makeba – Quit It
(23:47) Otis Spann – Ain’t Nobody’s Business
(28:56) Big Mama Thornton – Ball N’ Chain
(33:24) Buddy Miles – Down By The River
(39:40) Don Hodell Chilcote – There’s A Leak In This Old Building
(44:56) Odetta – Gallows Tree (Gallows Pole)
(47:45) Curtis Mayfield – We The People Who Are Darker Than Blue
(54:34) Mahalia Jackson – Summertime / Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child

Dollar Country, Ep. 141

Dollar Country Episode 141: Government Cheese
Air: 7/7/21-7/13/21

Bud & Red – All God’s Children
The Manuels – No Salt On The Beans
Red Reeves – They Don’t Pick Cotton In Chicago
Larry Good & The Countrymen – This Old Broken Heart Of Mine
Johnny Selph – My Gal’s Outa Her Tree Again
Jean Sackett – Seven Beers
Jim Bledsoe and The Manuwells – Goverment Cheese
Drryl Jacobs And The Dixie Revelers – Tomorrow Will Be Your Wedding
The Wagoners – Lay Down Your Head (And Cry)
Marla Mason – Walk The Floor
Charlie Davis – Satisfied Mind
Jim McCall & Benny Birchfield – Divorced But Not Free
The Chiva Bus Bluegrass Band – Digging The Panama Canal
Al Perry – What Ever Turns You On (Is All Right With Me)
Carl Phillips – I Read You Loud And Clear
Ernie Ashworth – Honky Tonk Hardwood Floor
Chuck Penny – Florida Man
Frank Hamilton – Cincinnati’s Rose

Hour of the Riff, Ep. 230

Fresh doom from Rat King and Witchcryer, psych from Big Scenic Nowhere and Comet Control and riffs from newcomers Black Citrus is what you’re gonna get from Hour of the Riff Episode 230.

Songs to Nowhere, Ep. 102

This show features tracks by 

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The Desert, Ep. 136

On this episode, Canadian Oi!, punk, grind, hardcore, amazing “noise rock” from 13yrs old, Japanese madness, great frontwomen and 70s awesomeness…

Max Wax Live!, Vol. 99

Special Guest Host: Scott Risner

Serious vinyl listening… and serious music talk! We have the shredder extraordinaire from Buffalo Wabs & The Price Hill Hustle, Mr. Scott Risner , joining us and he’s bringing a stack of wax full of rock, grass and soul to introduce us to. Grab some insight into where he’s been, where the Hustle is headed and what music really makes him tick.