All the rage no. 61 – February 14, 2019: Why yes, I do believe I will “bring the noise”

As always, your biweekly hit of the best in new left-field pop from Canada, Australia and beyond. This week we go heavy on the “beyond,” with new tracks from Ladytron, Bob Mould and (be still my heart) Pet Shop Boys. We also go heavy on the noise courtesy on Perspex, Danko Jones, Alien Boys without forgetting the value of straight up pop, from Fatamorgana and so, so many more.

Yer setlist:

Soft Science
Undone

Perspex
Cheap Gossip (demo)

Danko Jones
Burn in Hell
https://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/XDjZEFje79Y

DZ Deathrays
Shred for Summer

Pale Lips
Show Me Another Way to Your Heart

Fatamorgana
La Altlántida

The Eclipse
When You Say You Want More, I Want Less

Pet Shop Boys
Give Stupidity a Chance
https://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/P9jEuHbB0GQ

Ladytron
Far From Home
https://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/H3TqaBxmevQ

Heart Beach
Better Than This

Bob Mould
I Fought

Alien Boys
Night Danger

Jackie
New at Drugs

Antonia & The Lazy Susans
R U OK?
https://www.triplejunearthed.com/embed/6167581

Soviet X-Ray Record Club
Weekend

Anemone
Sunshine (Back to the Start)

Monnone Alone
Do it Twice

All the Rage no. 59, December 6, 2019: Batting cleanup on 2018

Your biweekly source of the best left-field indie pop/rock/punk/dance from Canada, Australia and beyond.

This week: Some great tuneage from the back end of 2018, from the cool hiphop of Okenyo and the smooth electropop of Gauci to the compelling drone of Negative Nancies and the joyous guitar pop of faves Pale Lips. And so much more.

Yer setlist:

Okenyo, Hang Your Hat

https://open.spotify.com/embed/track/6IyttRCxu3bChKYCUt8kP2

Gauci, Paradise

Rackett, I Please Myself

Sweater Curse, Mon’s Song
https://www.triplejunearthed.com/embed/6613086

Slag Queens, Waterfall

Negative Nancies, The Dogs

Bloods, No Fun (feat. Girls Rock!)
https://open.spotify.com/embed/album/3VOjrUNhPVDtiyYw4EP1MT

Pale Lips, You’re A Doll

RAT!Hammock, June

Little Desert, Happy

Blessed, Thought

Hexdebt, Covenant

WLMRT, Dark Dollars

Milk Buttons, Some Impression

Sarsaparilla, Postcard
https://www.triplejunearthed.com/embed/7477881

Charlie Collins, Mexico
https://www.triplejunearthed.com/embed/7612901

Contrast, Black Hole
https://bandcamp.com/EmbeddedPlayer/album=2951354323/size=large/bgcol=ffffff/linkcol=0687f5/tracklist=false/artwork=small/track=4247329356/transparent=true/

Julia Jacklin, Head Alone
https://bandcamp.com/EmbeddedPlayer/album=171742989/size=large/bgcol=ffffff/linkcol=0687f5/license_id=407/tracklist=false/artwork=small/track=308383436/transparent=true/

All the Rage no. 51 – August 23, 2018: I’m going nowhere

Back from vacation with another edition of your biweekly(ish) source of the best left-field pop/rock/punk/dance from Canada, Australia and beyond. This week: Some mellowness, some hip hop, some punk-inflected pop from Nooky, Tropical Fuck Storm, Billy Moon, Fog Lake, Okin Osan and others. And! The triumphant return of ATR favourite Hello Seahorse!

Your setlist:

Nooky
Black Future

Tropical Fuck Storm
Stayin’ Alive

Metric
Dark Saturday
https://open.spotify.com/embed/track/0xJRUArUCDBb0tGwo1Std2

Petra Glynt
New Growth

Dilly Dally
I Feel Free

Billy Moon
Dingus
https://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/Ol_9QyNRL3g?rel=0

Slowfish
Stringy Bits

Exposure
Erase

Squaring Ciricles
Movement

A Lily
Paint Me With Your Blood Again

Fog Lake
talk

Hello Seahorse!
Son

Okin Osan
I Wanna Be That Girl

All the Rage no. 47 – May 27, 2018: A great indie compilation and so much more

Your biweekly source of the best left-field pop/rock/punk/dance from Canada, Australia and beyond. This week: Multiple songs from Hamilton’s Haolin Monks and Grey Records’ excellent Grey Matter compilation. Also, the answer to the question, if someone pitches me a band that sounds like “Pet Shop Boys meets My Bloody Valentine at a Stereolab concert,” am I going to play it. Spoiler alert: Yes. Yes, I will.

Bonus spoiler: The band in question (Smaller Hearts) delivers.

Yer setlist:

Ubik, Lost and Later

Cold Meat, Love in a Void

Heart Beach, Need

Smaller Hearts, Chipper

Zöe Fox and the Rocket Clocks, Warrior Princess

Spiral Perm, Santa at NASA

Eekwol feat. Boogey the Beat

Haolin Munk, Deep Space Float (f. Lee Reed)

Navy Gangs, Housekeeping

Speedy Ortiz, Lucky 88

Shirley & the Pyramids, More than the Sun

Great Earthquake, Learn to Love the Ordinary

Orlando Furious, Rage

https://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/arD_5YGJdQ0?rel=0

The Garrys, Swamp Stomp

Nylex, Fascinate

Haolin Monk, Astro’s Revenge (f. Emay)

Sightlines, Love Ethic

IV League, Superstar

All the Rage no. 43 – March 3, 2018: Working through the issues

Your biweekly source of the best left-field pop/rock/punk/dance from Canada, Australia and beyond. This week: Using music to process a bad month for the concept of justice for Indigenous Canadians. As Superchunk (also on this week’s show) ironically put it, What a Time to Be Alive.

Your setlist:

Tropical Fuck Storm, Back to the Wall
https://open.spotify.com/embed/track/05HLtkxNPaKGrs0nHYmNPe

Tram Cops, stolen land

US Girls, Incidental Boogie
https://open.spotify.com/embed/track/5DZBl18zByeRXwRotKcVvF

A.B. Original, Dead in A Minute (f. Caiti Baker)
https://open.spotify.com/embed/track/19i9XNvAlpkudulpAHuEHo

Cable Ties, Tell them Where to Go
https://open.spotify.com/embed/track/2OHVppPPqySVNEWQ99iDfV

Sook, I’m Not Your Woman

Boat Show, Fake It ‘Til You Make It

Booji Boys, Mr. Nazis on the Beat

Quick Fix, Always Was

Donny Benét, Santorini

Zoë Fox and the Rocket Clocks, Fists

bedside., Get it Right

Deafcult, Secret Wisdom

No Museums, The Twin Tone Market

Wax Chattels, Stay Disappointed

Superchunk, Reagan Youth

Jess Locke, Border Security

All the Rage no. 42 – Feb. 14, 2018: So. Much. Excellent. Tuneage.

Your biweekly source of the best left-field pop/rock/punk/dance from Canada, Australia and beyond. This week: A surprising number of best-of-2018 contenders, and it’s only February. It’s going to be a good year for music.

Your setlist:

The Nude Dogs, We’re Girls, We’re Here

Rackett, Ready or Not

Wild Meadows, First Exit

Booji Boys, Pissicine Perfect

Civic, New Vietnam

Loveproof, Sister Moonlight

Dream Girl 88, Hits Me Like a Thunder

Chromeo & The-Dream, Bedroom Calling
https://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/c1cvDqM_CMg?rel=0

Kimmortal, 88 and Beyond

Persons, Got Nothing For Ya

Tia Gostelow, Hunger

Siamese, Slaughterhouse

Blaire, Youth

The Double Happiness, City

Camp Cope, How to Socialise & Make Friends

 

All the Rage no. 41, Jan. 29, 2018: Batting cleanup

Revisiting the bumper crop of great 2017 tunes I missed the first time round, and a few new tracks from 2018.

Your setlist:

Tim & the Boys
Hey

Buzz Kill
Into the Void

US Girls
Pearly Gates
https://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/k9PLXHDEUFE?rel=0

Paupière
Défunte Lune de Miel

Spiral Perm
24 Sevem

Milk & Bone
Nevermore

DEAFCULT
Lemonade Beauty

Tropic Harbour
Can’t Pretend

Totally Mild
Today Tonight

The Plastic Fangs
Never Liked That Dog

Lizard Queen
Nightmare

The Buoys
Liar Liar

Kaptur
Spirit

Hideous Towns
Dogma

Turnover
Curiosity

Champion Lawnmower
Mean Fast One

All the Rage no. 40 – January 13, 2018: First of the New Year!

Welcome to 2018. Show 40. The best in Canadian and Australian left-field pop, with a special guest appearance from UK band Artificial Pleasure. Let’s get to it!


Your setlist:

IV League, Change My Mind

Artificial Pleasure, Wound Up Tight

https://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/XkMFonp28sw
Yon Yonson, Pattern Recognition 1

Lovely Head, Show Up (Rebel Yell Mix)

Donny Benét, Melodie

Miteh, Filament

Ghostkeeper, Transam Sister

TOPS, Dayglow Bimbo

Blessed, Headache

Spirit Desire, Going to Denny’s

Jon McKiel, Conduit

Sunscreen, Tide

Adderall, Embrace

Episode 27! The New Zealand show

As always, the best new left-field pop, mainly from Australia and Canada, but if it’s from elsewhere and it sounds good, I’ll play it.

Today’s show highlights the music of New Zealand, drawing from Pop Lib’s 31 days of New Zealand Music month marathon. So much good music – today’s show only offers a sampling. Check out the whole series. And there’s some Canadian and Australian music in there as well.

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Your setlist:

The Survivalists, Cheese Lust
Saint-Jack, Fuck off, l’anxiété
Couchmaster, Redux
Gentlemen of the Woods, Eye of the Hurricane
A.B. Original, Black Balls
The OBGMs, Torpedo
Élan Vital, Dreams
Street Chant, Swanning
Pesk, When the Heavies Come
Eddie Lucciola and Matt Jaekel, After Hours
Fazerdaze, Little Uneasy
Bad Channels, Exo
Purple Pilgrims, Drink the Juice
Ashley Shadow, Tired
LTTLE PHNX, Luvrs Disc Ours

Episode 26! All rock, no talk.

As always, the best new left-field pop, mainly from Australia and Canada, but if it’s from elsewhere and it sounds good, I’ll play it.

Punk rock, sensitive indie folk, weirdo orchestral pop, dreamy cover of an 80s pop classic, episode 26 has you covered.

https://www.mixcloud.com/widget/iframe/?feed=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.mixcloud.com%2Fblayne-haggart%2Fall-the-rage-no-26-may-28-2017%2F&light=1

Your setlist:

Batpiss, Paralyzed
Cable Ties, Say What You Mean
The Jesus and Mary Chain, All Things Pass
Las Robertas, Sun Haze
Scary Bear Soundtrack, Asian Fetishist
Sparks, What the Hell is it This Time?
Dream Girl, She Drives Me Crazy
Ruby Blue, Stand Together
Look Blue Go Purple, As Does the Sun
Sachet, Melted Wires
ginla, Apophenia
The Stevens, Chancer