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The One With Maximum Rockage

On this episode: our dear cousins call attention to the “Who Dursted First” controversy and call out Comedy Bang Bang in the process, Luke’s gentleman’s dilemma turned out to be an idiot’s dilemma, Brian gets creepy on Idris Elba in a new segment called The Elba Room and they play eight of the best songs you’ll hear all week!

Every week Ghettoblaster feature writers (and dear cousins!) Brian LaBenne and Luke LaBenne bring you fresh new songs with the hopes of introducing you to some that you may consider to be the best song ever.  Both Brian and Luke have no idea what songs the other has picked, so what you are hearing is their genuine reaction to listening to the songs together.  Also, if you enjoy this episode, head to ITunes to subscribe and rate our podcast with the highest rating available to you.

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Songs Played on The One With Maximum Rockage

Overcoats – Nighttime Hunger from Young out now on Arts & Crafts Productions

Palehound – Flowing Over from A Place I’ll Always Go out June 16th on Polyvinyl Records

Morning Teleportation – Calm is Intention Devouring It’s Frailty from Salivating for Symbiosis out now on Glacial Pace Recordings

Shabazz Palaces – Shine a Light from Quazarz, Born on a Gangster Star out July 14th on Sub Pop

Chloe Foy – Are We There Yet from Are We There Yet EP out May 12th

Great Grandpa – Teen Challenge from Plastic Cough out July 7th on Double Double Whammy

Gothic Tropic – How Life Works from Fast or Feast out May 19th on Old Flame Records

Hazel English – Love is Dead from Just Give In / Never Going Home EP out May 5th on Polyvinyl Records

Gothic Tropic shares a video for “Underwater Games.” They’ve also covered Caribou.

Watch via Noisey / YouTube

Stream: “Can’t Do Without You” (Caribou cover)

LA’s Gothic Tropic is the brainchild of Cecilia Della Peruti, a songwriter and multi-instrumentalist whose resume includes appearing with Joseph Gordon-Levitt on HitRECord TV, collaborating with Ryan Adams, and touring and performing on Late Night with Seth Meyers with Night Terrors of 1929.

The band introduces some hard edges to the playful world of psych-pop, and its success hinges on each member’s ability to seamlessly collaborate, but also flourish individually.

Gothic Tropic kicks off a week-long West coast tour with Lucy next Friday, wrapping things up with a special homecoming show in LA on February 28 (see below for dates.) They’re also gearing up to release a brand new LP, FASTorFEAST, out this spring on Old Flame Records — more details coming soon.

Gothic Tropic Febulous Tour (w/ Lucy):

2/20: San Francisco, CA @ Thee Parkside – Big Splash Fest

2/22: Portland, OR @ Rontoms

2/23: Eugene, OR @ The Boreal

2/24: Vancouver, BC @ Electric Owl (w/ The Garden)

2/25: Seattle, WA @ LoFi

2/26: Portland, OR @ Holocene (w/ Genders)

2/27: Oakland, CA @ Lequivive (w/ Religious Girls)

2/28: Los Angeles, CA – Homecoming Show @ Non Plus Ultra