hey, kid. wanna dance and fuk shit up?
The Sex Devils invaded the studio and pissed all over everything this week. Not Literally, NO! no no no…. but like, HELLA metaphorically.
2/28 Bryan McPherson in Reno w/ Spike McGuire, Só Sol
2/29 Skate Jam 7
2/29 Mo Troper, Nick Eng, Sad Giants at Holland Project
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It’s a full studio of screaming monkeys this week! Thee Saturday Knights lays down some awesome music in-between keeping the gang in stitches. but wait! There’s more! After a rousing first segment about goat husbandry in the High Sierras , we get treated to a fantastic double dose of their high-octane music.
Joining our thrash garage rockers is good buddy Spencer Eldridge of Reno Skate Alliance. RSA helps new skaters learn skills and get access to gear. They meet weekly at different skate parks in the area and all ages and skill levels are welcome to join them.
Speaking of SKATING – WHERE WERE YOU WHEN SK8 JAM? Reno’s premiere skating event, SK8 Jam is back for it’s 7th year of all things skating, DIY, contests, bands and fun! 12noon -12mid, all-ages, $15 each. Music featuring Boss’ Daughter, Protected Left, The Shames, Thee Saturday Knights, Heterophobia, Landon Wordswell, BLACK CROSSES, Ratz On Acid, Ummm Jr, Hired Fun, and Opposite Ends .
You can also catch Thee Saturday Knights at Sheas on Tuesday 2/25 with The Delta Bombers and The Reckless Ones; next month they will be playing with Eddie and the Subtitles at the CD release party! Skate, don’t run. Go.
And: For the record – I am listening and my microphone does not smell like pee (unless I’m used to Uncle Rickey’s scent).
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And we’re back. Our guests this week are the fine lads from the scattering: Jim, Jason, Rash and Brian! They are Reno’s hottest barbershop quartet, harmonizing and crooning their way into our hearts. Just kidding – the scattering is Reno hardcore metal, screaming and burrowing its way into your brains.
Chewie is back in Reno and swaps in for Nick this week. It’s always good to have him in person as opposed to the Evil Chewie that lives in the soundboard.
In the five years since they were last on the show, there have been some changes, including the addition of Rash and a whole mess of new songs. We got to talk to the scattering about their upcoming album, sinking, later this year (Humaniterrorist) and the Great Vinyl Shortage of 2020. You can listen to earlier recordings on their bandcamp page and keep up with the timeline of the release.
We also talk with Jim about his youtube channel, Goatlord Hiking. He and Brian traipse around in the wilds, making mistakes, overcoming them and filming it all for later info and skill building. This is not day hiking – this is survival hiking, and sometimes, things can go really wrong.
As always, the end of the show is a recap of upcoming events you want to be on the lookout for. I can’t remember it all right now, so you’ll just have to listen for yourself.
Thanks for listening!