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.
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?
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.
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.
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...
"...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.
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.
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!!
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!
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!!