Monday, December 22, 2008

We Wish you a happy holiday!

Hello all, we know we've been distant but we're still around... Last year, KC and I weren't exactly prepared to give Christmas gifts to family members so we though we'd share what we love with our family. For the past several years, the 2001 My Morning Jacket performance from WFPK has not gone without 20 spins or so during the month of December for either of us. KC put his skills to work and created this cover and off to Kinkos we went to print it up the best we could with limited resources. The tracks are on the internet archive for all to download and that's where we'll direct you. If you're a music pureist, download the flacs and burn a CD; if you're a fan on the go, nab the mp3s and apply the image at the top for the cover art. Click on the image below to download the full resolution jpg and print and cut to make a cover for yourself. Enjoy!

We hope the best to you this holiday season and we'll see you in the new year!

Love, 37 Flood

1 Introduction
2 Santa Claus in Back in Town
3 X-mas Curtain (jazzed up)
4 O Holy Night (shoes interruption)
5 Jim Interview 1
6 Christmas Time Is Here Again (Bring Out the Joy!)
7 Old Sept Blues
8 I Will Sing You Songs
9 Jim Interview 2
10 Silent Night
11 Come Closer

download lossless flac files

download full album mp3s

Saturday, November 29, 2008

TRAFOZSATSFM CD release show

The week is upon us... the unveiling of the latest from John King and your local favorites!
This Tuesday you can pick up your copy of the Bowie cover album, TRAROZSATSFM at Ear X-tacy or online at Louisville is for Lovers.

This Saturday (Dec. 6th) the CD release show at Skull Alley will feature 6 different artist from the CD including Phantom Family Halo, Whistle Peak, Iamis, The Slow Break, Trophy Wives and Six White Horses. The all ages show starts at 8pm and you can get yer ass in for a measly Abe Lincoln (the one on a 5'er not a penny). Drinks will also be available for those that are of age.

right click to download a bonus track that didn't make it on the album.
mp3">Dangerbird - Five Years [Rough Mix]

Pre Order now here.

Monday, November 17, 2008

Dropkick Murphy's Live @ Cityblock 11/22

Dropkick Murphy's will be rolling into town this Saturday and playing a show down at Coyote's at City Block. Tickets are on sale down at the City Block office or at Ticketmaster but we've got one better for you. Shoot us an email here by tomorrow 11/18 at midnight and we'll draw your email out of a gigantic ten gallon internet hat for two tickets to the show. Best of luck!

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Ben Sollee at the 930 Nov 1st

Ben Sollee starts his US tour here in Louisville at the 930 Listening room this Saturday. Ben has readied a tour only EP called "Something Worth Keeping." Here's what Ben has to say about the EP and things worth keeping:

"The beauty of people is anchored in imperfection; it is not that we are destructive but that we are ignorant to a better way. We dream big with even bigger costs. Furthermore, we learn the lesson daily that we don’t know what we have until it is gone. Combined, these two qualities are child-like but ever present.

When I look around I see a lot of things that are worth keeping: the mountain tops of Appalachia, family and community farms, art and music in schools, and, most of all, a government by the people and for the people. But how? The challenge that our leaders and us face is that we don’t know how to accomplish these goals. There are many eloquent ideas out there about renewable energy, educational systems, and governing, but realizing them means trying new things; which is daunting at least, and terrifying at most. As my generation takes the reins we should not sacrifice some qualities of this nation and the land in its boundaries to the wayfaring spirit of economy. They are important for Americans, our children, and the rest of the world.

These thoughts inspired these two new songs. But they are only songs…" - Ben Sollee

Don't miss Ben's show this Saturday as this could be the last time you see him in a room this small... Bootsie Anne comes out to open and she's not one to miss either!

$10 - doors 7pm/show 8pm

Ben Sollee US Tour dates:
1 Nov - Louisville KY / 930 Listening Room w/ Bootsie Ann
5 Nov - Nashville TN / The Basement
6 Nov - Atlanta GA / The 5 Spot
7 Nov - Chapel Hill NC / Nightlight
8 Nov - Washington DC / Iota
11 Nov - Brooklyn NY / The Bell House
12 Nov - New York NY / Mercury Lounge
13 Nov - Boston MA / Great Scott
14 Nov - Philadelphia PA / World Cafe Live
15 Nov - Pittsburgh PA / Club Cafe
17 Nov - Chicago IL / Schuba's
18 Nov - Minneapolis MN / 400 Club
21 Nov - Seattle WA / TBA
22 Nov - Portland OR / Balcony Bar At The Hawthorne Theatre
24 Nov - San Francisco CA / Café Du Nord
25 Nov - Los Angeles CA / Hotel Café

now check out a video to get you ready for the show...

"A Few Honest Words" By Ben Sollee feat. DJ 2nd Nature

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Livewire CD release show

There's a new live CD coming to town... John Torstrick's Livewire Vol. 1. The CD drops this Friday along with a CD release show for $5 (cd included in cover) at Gerstle's in St. Matthews. For those that haven't heard a recording that John has made, you're in for a suprise! John knows how to really capture the sound in any enviromment; from the small bar to the outdoor venue, he weaves the sound of the room with the multi-tracked recording of the bands seamlessly.

The show will feature The Hemingways, Arnett Hollow and Teneia Sanders and starts at 10pm.

Sunday, October 19, 2008

Paradigm Pink Floyd this Halloween!

Louisville Favorites Join Forces with Some of the City's Finest Musicians to Present the Music of Pink Floyd

This Halloween, Friday, October 31st, the Louisville-based post-jazz ensemble Paradigm will be donning a "musical costume" for their performance at Headliners Music Hall. The theme: Pink Floyd. A number of special guests will be joining the group throughout the night, including Teneia Sanders, Jamie Barnes, Daphne Luster, and Dave Chandler (Arnett Hollow, Zongo). Tickets for this 18-plus event will be available for $10 at Ear X-Tacy Records and, and at the door for $13 on the night of the show. The concert will begin with a set by Paradigm at 10pm (doors open at 9), with the Pink Floyd presentation to follow shortly after.

Concert-goers are encouraged to sport their best and most creative Halloween threads, as a $150 cash prize will be awarded to the person who receives the most audience votes for Best Costume. Visual stimulation will also include video art by Louisville artists Aron Conaway and Hallie Jones, collectively known as Shoot the Messenger.

Paradigm previously hosted a Halloween show featuring the music of Radiohead, about which Paradigm keyboardist Brian Healey says, "It's almost two years later, and we still get positive feedback about that show." Healey adds, "Halloween is about having fun, and, for one night of the year, being anything or anyone you want. For us, a musical costume is the perfect way to step outside ourselves and join in the Halloween spirit. This year, we're looking forward to being able to share the party with some of our friends that we respect artistically as well as personally. We'll definitely be having just as much fun as the audience."

Paradigm blends modern jazz exploration with the raw power and sonic possibilities of post-rock. For the past year, the group has been supporting their 2008 Ropeadope Records release Melodies for Uncertain Robots with nationwide touring.

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Wax Fang WWII (Pt.2) Music Video

Wax Fang "WWII (Pt.2)" Music Video from don't panic records on Vimeo.
Directed by Scott Carney and Ryan Daly.

Sani Hanks presents...

The Louisville music and arts scene has for a long time needed someone to come along and breathe into it new life... the time has come and our savior has arrived. Sani Hanks, younger brother of the great Tom Hanks has helped inspire a concert and arts show series to revive the Louisville scene and bring an "underground" to everyone who desires such. Join in this celebration/tribute to Sani for his inspiration and devotion to reviving unity amongst the Louisville culture and it's people. Who knows, if he's not too nervous, you may even get his autograph...

a little background info on Sani:
Sani Hanks (1960 - ) - the younger brother of Tom Hanks. For most of his life, Sani has lived in the shadow of his older, more successful brother and has struggled to make an acting career of his own. One main obstacle that he has tried to overcome is the fact that he is illiterate and has trouble writing. He also, on occasion suffers from extreme social anxiety.

His filmography to date includes:

"ER" (3 episodes)
- "Breach of Trust" (2007)
- "Collision" (2007)
- "Friends or Enemies" (2006)

"The Wire" (2 episodes)
- "Safety Threat" (2008)
- "Undercover" (2007)

"Eight Legged Freaks" (2002) [victim #2]

"3rd Rock from the Sun" (1 episode)
- "My Mother the Alien"

Show this Friday to include the Kodiaks, Murals, Dude Plays Sax and Anton Mink at Skull Alley. Art will also be displayed by Eddie Santigo, Frank Martinez, Joshua Vance and Makeshift Clothing. Doors are at 7 and bring a crisp (or crinkled) 5'er to get inside.

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Young Republic EP realease show at The Brick House

The Young Republic will be playing a show at the Brick House this Friday the 17th. They have recently come off a tour of the UK with the likes of Bon Iver and The Mountain Goats where the released an EP entitled Idiot Grin. The show this Friday will celebrate the US release of that EP and having had a sneak peek of the EP, I'm happy to say it's an awesome release! The band has recently relocated from Boston to Nashville which puts them in a prime location to trek up to Louisville to earn some new fans. Chris Miller, bassist, also has roots in Louisville so that'll hopefully keep them coming back to give us more and more. Also playing the show... Staging the Area and Josh Napier, show starts at 6pm.

The Young Republic's new EP, Idiot Grin will only be available at the show or online but be sure and pick up the most recent album, 12 Tales from Winter City available at iTunes.

Extra Media:

Check out this video from the infamous "Black Cab Sessions" across the pond (such an awesome concept):

The band had a session at Woxy this summer as well, hear it below:
The Young Republic @ Woxy 7/18

Saturday, October 11, 2008

Your Black Star tonight at the Nach

Late breaking news... I hate when the news channels say that. I just found out that Your Black Star is playing the Nach Bar tonight at 11 with Parms from Tokyo, Japan. Go see some local and not so local music tonight.

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Peak Summit this Saturday!!!

This coming Saturday, Peak Summit will once again shine upon our fair city. This year the groove and dance festival will be held in the heart of St. Matthews on 10 stages spread across 6 bars. 25 bands for $10... that's a hell of a deal!

Check out the flier above for the bands playing and visit Peak Summit for more information.

Peak Summit Sampler Podcast

Monday, October 6, 2008

Squeeze-Bot at the CBGB fest? You decide!

Local "Germantown Jazz" quartet, Squeeze-Bot has been entered in a contest to be a part of the Chicago Bluegrass and Blues festival. If Squeeze-Bot wins, (aside from a cash prize) they'll be asked to play along side legend David Grisman and musicians like the Avett Brothers and Ha Ha Tonka at this year's festival on November 22nd.

I know what you're asking... what can I do to make sure Squeeze-Bot makes it? All you have to do is vote online and vote daily! They are currently in first place but only by a small margin so I'm asking you to do your part to help out some of the home team win a spot in the big show.

Vote here, tell your friends and please vote daily. Thanks!

Wednesday, October 1, 2008


October 1st is here and 37 Flood is your exclusive location to listen to tracks available from the upcoming release from the David Bowie cover album, "The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spidermonkeys from Mars" or T.R.A.F.O.Z.S.A.T.S.F.M. as Louisville will soon refer to it. You can thank John King, the brainchild of the Louisville is for Lovers series and last year's wildly popular release of Louisville Babylon I & II on cd.

track listing:
1. “Five Years,” Phantom Family Halo
2. “Soul Love,” The Slow Break
3. “Moonage Daydream,” The Gallery Singers
4. “Starman,” Six White Horses
5. “It Ain’t Easy,” Trophy Wives
6. “Lady Stardust,” Whistle Peak
7. “Star,” IamIs
8. “Hang On To Yourself,” Milky and the Stones from Earth
9. “Ziggy stardust,” Black Kerouac
10. “Suffragette City,” Wax Fang
11. “Rock ’n’ Roll Suicide,” Joe Manning
12. “All the Young Dudes,” The Crooked Old World
13. “Space Oddity,” Tamara Dearing
14. “Cracked Actor,” The Ladybirds

You can also head over to to hear an addition Ladybirds track "Cracked Actor" from the album and pre-order the limited edition cd. Enjoy and thank your lucky stars we have such a wonderful soul in John taking care of local music in our city!

Whistle Peak - Lady Stardust
The Gallery Singers - Moonage Daydream
Dangerbird - Five Years [bonus track not on album]

Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Keep Louisville Yarmuth event!

From JK McKnight:

Dear Supporters!

We're proud to announce a free, outdoor rally this thursday @ ear-X-tacy Records, located at 1534 Bardstown Road. There will be free food from Wick's Pizza, live music, merchandise, and a speech from Congressman Yarmuth. Please come by for lunch and show your support!

The outdoor show will kick off at 11:30am with *live performances* from The Ladybirds and The Genius File, concluding at 1:30pm. Congressman Yarmuth will speak at 12:15. Hope to see you there!!

JK McKnight
East End Field Coordinator

Thursday, September 25, 2008

Stay tuned...

John King was nice enough to lend us a couple tracks from the upcoming T.R.A.F.O.Z.S.A.T.S.F.M. Bowie cover album. Stay tuned for next wednesday to give them a preview. This is going to be a great album!
Pre-order starts Wendesday, October 1st at

FiveOTwo Artist Party/Ron Whitehead poem unveiling

A few months ago, Ron Whitehead was commissioned by the city to write a poem about Louisville. Ron came back with "Louisville: Sweet City of My Dreams" That poem is set to be unveiled this Saturday at the FiveOTwo artist party at the new Green Building at 732 East Market Street. Ron's poem has been printed by fiveOtwo and will be available at the show. A photograph I took of Ron was picked to be a part of the poem poster so I am super stoked.

There will be live music by Ron and his new band Southside and music by spun tunes by DJ Jason Clark. Food/Hooch is said to be catered at the event.

from the fiveOtwo site:

You, yes you, are invited to party with the artists of Five0Two at the brand-new ever-so-cool Green Building.

Five0Two exists to support Louisville artists in producing artwork that expresses their love for Louisville.

Over the past nine months we’ve collected some great work - and we want to show it off for everyone to see. If you love Louisville, art, and a party, come to a place where you can do all three at once.

Five0Two Party
Saturday, September 27
The Green Building of NuLu
732 East Market Street (directions)
5:00 - 9:00 P.M.

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Lucky Pineapple album release party/instore

This Friday is a big day for Lucky Pineapple with the release of their new CD, "The Bubble has burst in Sky City." The release will be accompanied by an in-store appearance at Ear X-tacy and a release party at the Glassworks building.

The Ear X-tacy performance starts promptly at 8pm. The Glassworks show will be on the first floor and Cumberland Brews will be on site pouring magnificent beers with proceeds benefiting OVCE. Doors are at 9, and Bloomington's own Push-Pull will be opening for LP at 10pm with DJ Narwhal and DJ A. Bell spinning before, between and after the bands.

Both shows are all ages. The release party show at Glassworks is $3 and free with receipt of purchase of "The Bubble has Burst in Sky City."

Now enjoy this promo video...

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Final Waterfront Wednesday of 2008

With winter right around the corner this Wednesday is the last WFPK Waterfront Wednesday show of 2008. WFPK has organized a hell of a line-up for a finale. Info about the artist below from the WFPK website.

John Mann Band- 6pm
In his twenty-seven years, John Mann has veered both near and far from his native western Kentucky. After going to college in Lexington, Mann moved for a brief period to San Diego, before returning to Kentucky and making the move to Louisville.

With an interesting musical heritage (Mann’s cousin is former Sun Records artist Carl Mann, who had a hit in the fifties with an up-tempo reworking of the pop standard, Mona Lisa), Mann has tried to keep his music planted in the present with an always keen eye to the past.

In December of 2004 John released his second album called Hands in the Pavement, which was a favorite on 91.9 WFPK. References to Hiatt, Dylan, Van Morrison, the Band, Cash, and Muscle Shoals-among others are often coined in describing Mann’s crafting of songs. Mann is also highly sought after as an accompanying guitar player in many local bands, most notably as a full time guitarist/harmony singer with Louisville legend Tim Krekel; he has also played with Danny Flanigan, Hell’s Half Acre, and Ten Months Later.

With the release of his latest effort, Evening News, Mann and family recently relocated to Nashville, Tenn., where he’ll continue writing, recording and touring.

@ the Rudyard Kipling in May


Langhorne Slim and the War Eagles
- 7:30pm
Something of a one-man mixture of the Cramps, Beck’s early indie records (circa One Foot in the Grave), and the soundtrack to O Brother Where Art Thou, singer and guitarist Langhorne Slim offers a sardonic, modern take on traditional folk, country, and blues. Fancifully dubbed “the bastard son of Hasil Adkins” in some of his early press releases, Langhorne Slim is in fact a Pennsylvania native who resettled in Brooklyn after his graduation from the State University of New York at Purchase.

After a self-released demo garnered some local and online attention (as well as a semi-regular gig as the opening act for indie novelty outfit the Trachtenberg Family Slideshow Players), Langhorne Slim signed with the indie label Narnack Records and released his first EP, Electric Love Letter, in March 2004. The more varied and band-oriented full-length When the Sun’s Gone Down followed in the spring of 2005. Much touring ensued over the next year, including support dates with Lucero and Murder by Death, with drummer Malachi DeLorenzo and upright bassist Paul DeFiglia (aka “the War Eagles”) in tow. In 2006, Langhorne Slim signed with the larger (though still not major) label V2 Records, which released the all-new EP Engine in September of that year, as the singer was finishing recording his second full album, produced by Josh Ritter’s keyboardist, Sam Kassirer.



Paul Thorn Band– 9pm
The first thing you notice is The Voice, unique and distinctive, the voice of a man who has walked a long, hot span over dusty Mississippi country roads. At turns soulful, raw, melancholy, brazen, funky, circumspect, serene, brooding, and mutinous, the voice expresses the range of human emotions, from forlorn grimness to incandescent optimism. And after repeated listens, you realize that his is not merely the voice of a poet but also of a merciful prophet, a summation not unjustified. Those who follow the career of Paul Thorn believe he is both.

His newest CD is A Long Way From Tupelo, a collection of songs which once again illustrates Thorn’s versatility and authentic connection to the music of the Mississippi heartland: blues, country, gospel, rhythm and blues, and rock ‘n’ roll. Thorn excels as a musical storyteller. Maybe, given his background, he just can’t help it. His songs are conduits for that gritty part of the South where beleaguered wisdom is as likely from the bottom of a bottle of Johnny Walker Red as it is from the pulpit of an old country church. And the latest Paul Thorn CD remains true to form.

"A Long Way from Tupelo"

Sunday, September 21, 2008

Photos from "The Cup Experience" concert on 4th

Here are some photos from last night's concert on 4th street with Arnett Hollow, Peter Searcy and Cabin. Last night was Cabin's last performance of the year due to the band going back into the studio to work on a new record so if you missed them last night, you're gonna have to wait a bit longer to see them again. All in all, the bands were all great but the sound wasn't so swell. What do you expect for cramming a stage on a narrow street between two high rise building and covering it with a glass lid.

I'd also like to preface the photos below by letting you know the lady in the photo to the right must have though I was with one of the papers as she demanded that I take her picture... I gratefully obliged! Enjoy.

Saturday, September 20, 2008

Ron Whitehead & SOUTHSIDE at the Rud tonight

(Photo by Scott Duthie)

Does the Ryder Cup have you feeling a bit too global? Want a nice slice of Kentucky pie? (in the form of music of course or I would have said Derby pie... yum!) If you said yes to the weird Kentucky pie question, head on down to the Rudyard Kipling tonight and check out local hero Ron Whitehead & SOUTHSIDE at 8pm. For a low low price of $7 you'll get to rock your socks to the sweet sounds of southern rock and ethereal voice of Sarah Elizabeth.

Saturday 9/20/08
8 to 10pm
$7 cover

The Rudyard Kipling
422 West Oak Street (near 4th Street)
Louisville, Kentucky

SOUTHSIDE includes:
Scott Mertz (vocals/guitar/harmonica)
Sarah Elizabeth (vocals/guitar)
Andy Cook (drums/didgeridoo/percussion/vocals)
Kelly Render Wilkinson (vocals/guitar)
Lightnin Luke Powers (electric guitar/vocals)
Yoruba Kikiloma-Mason (vocals)
Tyrone Cotton (vocals/guitar)
Lisa K (vocals/guitar)
Lee Troutman (vocals/guitar)
Rani Newman (vocals)
Rebekah Trigg (bellydancing)
Michael Dean Odin Pollock (electric guitar/vocals)
Dave Humphrey (fiddle)
Frank Messina (vocals/honorary member)
Ron Whitehead (vocals)

Thursday, September 18, 2008

The Cup Experience @ 4th Street Live

As you all know, this weekend starts the Ryder Cup here in the lovely Derby city. Even if you're not a fan you can at least appreciate how nuts the city is about hosting this event (I've looked at the signs for 4 years now...) and you can be happy about what it is doing for the city's economy.

Billed as part of "The Cup Experience", this Saturday (09/20) Cabin, Peter Searcy and Arnett Hollow will play a show down at 4th Street Live with the admission being free while you proudly sport your Ryder Cup commerative pin (ahh, just like a Derby event.)

The show starts at 7:30 with Arnett Hollow and is followed by Peter Searcy at 8:30 and Cabin at 9:45. This should be a great show to get a good local sampling of music into the ears of some far away travelers and locals alike. I know the wife won't let us miss Cabin and we heard a rave review about Arnett Hollow's performance at the St. Hildegrad festival last weekend and can't wait to catch the show.

Monday, September 15, 2008

Grampall Jookabox, PWRFL Power, Chemic at Skull Alley - Sept 21st

This coming Sunday down at Skull Alley Grampall Jookabox, PWRFL Power and Louisville's own Chemic will be playing an all ages show for a tiny $3. This will be the first show presented by and they don't plan on stopping with this one...

Doors/Show: 6:30/7:30

Skull Alley
1017 E. Broadway

Grampall Jookabox - The Girl Ain't Preggers
Grampall Jookabox - Peace Attack
PWRFL Power - It's Okay
PWRFL Power - Tomato Song
Chemic - Don't Go Close
Chemic - Calm Killers

Saturday, September 13, 2008

Ear X-tacy Sidewalk Sale and Noise Pollution In-Store

Our friends over at Backseat Sandbar have reminded us of an event we totally planned on checking out and it somehow slipped our mind to tell you about. September 13th (today) starts the Ear X-tacy sidewalk sale and it runs through the 14th. It's a great time to pick up on some great deals as well as some album promo decorations that are past their expiration date for appropriate promotion (still great for basements though!)
If that wasn't enough, local label Noise Pollution presents new albums from prominent artists in the city, Venus Trap and Minnow and they're playing an in-store at 5pm. Go get a hold of some great deals and check out some awesome original music!

Friday, September 12, 2008

St. Hildegard Festival this Saturday 9/13

The St. Hildegard Festival is this Saturday down at Browning's Restaurant and Brewery on Main. Some of you may not know who St. Hildegarde von Bingen was (myself included.) She is said to be the first person to brew beer with hops; mmm, my favorite ingredient!

To celebrate her greatness and insight, Browning's is hosting it's 4th annual festival where folks can enjoy beers a plenty along with great food, music, raffles and more. Kentucky Fried Pickin' and Arnett Hollow will be supplying the tunes with a bluegrass flavor starting at 4pm.

Thursday, September 11, 2008

Upcoming Bowie tribute album

God damn! John King is at it again working hard on a David Bowie tribute album of Louisville artists recreating "The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars." Check the bottom of this post to see the track listing and contributing artists.

The disc is in the process of being mixed by compilation master John King and Kevin Ratterman down at the Funeral Home and is anticipated to be available for pre-order October 1st and released December 2nd. If it's anything like the amazing "Louisville Babylon" series released last year, it's going to be hard to wait until December to give it a spin.

The Louisville is for Lovers site is also offering great deals for those that have missed out on previous versions of the series or the Louisville Babylon series. If you buy 2 cds you get a 3rd for free and if you buy 4 cds you get 2 free! John is also offering the "Instant Audiophile" package which includes all available louisville is for lovers volumes 3,4,5,7, & 8 as well as both misfits covers records, louisville babylon 1994 and 2007 for a mere $45 (a $70 value!) Support this wonderful series of historic recordings and go get your cds now!

From the Louisville is for Lovers website...

we are incredibly honored to release the announcement of our newest project: t.r.a.f.o.z.s.a.t.s.f.m. a ziggy stardust tribute. as the newest edition in our ”louisville is for covers” series, t.r.a.f.o.z.s.a.t.s.f.m. is a reproduction of the david bowie classic, the rise and fall of ziggy stardust and the spiders from mars, from start to finish by Louisville’s favorite bands, including: wax fang, the slow break, iamis, six white horses, the gallery singers, and many more. trafozsatsm is set to be released Dec. 2nd. we will have tracks up and pre-orders available by October 1st. for complete track listings and further information please visit the trafozsatsfm page in the ‘covers series‘ section.

1.five years-joe manning
2.soul love-the slow break
3.moonage daydream-the gallery singers
4.starman-six white horses ain’t easy-trophy wives
6.lady stardust-whistle peak
8.hang on to yourself-
guest performance t.b.a.
9.ziggy stardust-black keruac
10.suffergette city-wax fang
11.rock n’ roll suicide- guest performance t.b.a.
12.All the Young Dudes-the crooked old world
13.Space Oddity-tamara dearing
14.Cracked Actor -the ladybirds