By Greg Lonesome on September 15, 2021
New Killer Hearts, new Amyl & the Sniffers, new Freddie Dilevi and lots more.
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By Greg Lonesome on September 8, 2021
Brand new Killer Hearts! New Bad Idea! Lots of other great stuff.
By firstname.lastname@example.org on September 3, 2021
This is the type of new release show that should appeal to all veteran Ledge listeners. New music by Lydia Loveless! A Stones cover by Brad Marino. A set of nothing but great power pop from Big Stir Records. Always great tunes from Rum Bar Records. Wil…
By Greg Lonesome on September 1, 2021
New stuff from Chubby and the Gang and Poison Boys.
By Greg Lonesome on August 25, 2021
A tribute to Charlie Watts, new stuff from Mash, the Bambies, Oil Change and more.
By Greg Lonesome on August 18, 2021
New stuff from Oil Change, Sonny Vincent and Mystery Girl!
By email@example.com on August 13, 2021
Part two of this month’s new release series carries on from the excellence of last week’s first show. There are great tribute records to John Prine and The Ramones, along with some other fabulous covers of the Flamin’ Groovies, T. Rex…
By Greg Lonesome on August 11, 2021
New Mystery Girl and lots more! https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-gordy-roscoe-recover
By Greg Lonesome on August 4, 2021
So much great new stuff it will make your head spin!
By firstname.lastname@example.org on July 30, 2021
Although I have a montly new release episode, I don’t really have a place for new reissues, compilations, live albums, and other odd releases such as that. Once in a while, I do throw a reissued track or two in the new release show, but for the most part it’s hard to find a spot for them in my usual themed shows. So tonight those types of releases get their own theme. I can’t say it’s all archival material, though, as there are new recordings by the likes of Los Lobos, The Descendents, and The Beat-Hells. But for the most part, tonight’s show comes from the type of releases I mentioned before. There’s archival collections of bands such as The Outsiders, R. Stevie Moore, and David Bowie. There are rare tracks from reissues of classics by George Harrison, Mudhoney, The White Stripes, and many others. And there’s quite a few great cover tunes. I would love it if every listener bought at least one record I played on either of these shows. These great artists deserve to be compensated for their hard work, and every purchase surely helps not only pay their bills but fund their next set of wonderful […]
By Greg Lonesome on July 28, 2021
New stuff from The Fill Ins, Lawmaker and Smash the Granny, plus tons more.
By Greg Lonesome on July 23, 2021
El Flyin’ joined me in the studio tonight for a very special episode of the Manifesto.
By Greg Lonesome on July 21, 2021
Celebrating 11 years of doing the Manifesto.
By email@example.com on July 16, 2021
The joke may be that every day is record store day for this goofball, but it is a fact that I do love almost everything about the actual Record Store Day event. Or events, as the last couple of years the event has been split up into multiple days.
By Greg Lonesome on July 14, 2021
New Sonny Vincent single. Need I say more?
By firstname.lastname@example.org on July 9, 2021
The latest in the series of episodes devoted to the music of 1981 consists of nothing but US punk from that great year. Primarily centered around the rise of the Southern California hardcore scene, the show jumps around to all parts of our country, and…
By Greg Lonesome on July 9, 2021
13 is my favorite number. This show was dedicated 100% to one of my favorite singers/songwriters/guitarists of all time, Preacher Boy.
By Greg Lonesome on July 7, 2021
Some Manifesto Award nominations and more.
By Greg Lonesome on July 2, 2021
This show is what Guerrilla RPM is about so I thought it would be a good one to post. All over the fucking place. Want this show as a podcast every week? Support the Manifesto on Patreon or via Paypal.
By email@example.com on June 25, 2021
There’s not a lot to say about this show, as the title pretty much describes the contents of this broadcast. It’s the final show of June, which means the second quarter of the year has now concluded. Hence, tonight’s show features the…
By Greg Lonesome on June 25, 2021
Record store finds, In Covid We Trust Swiss punk and garage comp tracks, new stuff from the Scoffs, the Dinz, RMBLR, Killer Hearts, Cutthroat Brothers, Zuletzt, Illegal Leather and more.
By Greg Lonesome on June 16, 2021
Tune in for new stuff from Chubby and the Gang, Killer Hearts, Bridge City Sinners, the Gung Ho Rats, the Judex, Mel Machete and Real Sickies plus much more!
By Greg Lonesome on June 9, 2021
New RMBLR and more.
By Greg Lonesome on June 2, 2021
New Low Rats, Cudas, Speedways, Nervous Triggers, Riot City Radio and more.
By Greg Lonesome on May 27, 2021
New stuff from Comino, Pogy et les Kefars, Irmans, KGB’s, Atomic Eater, Mononegatives, X-Intruder, the Owen Guns, Idolizers and more.
By Greg Lonesome on May 19, 2021
New Poison Boys!
By firstname.lastname@example.org on May 14, 2021
I’m back! Yes, I had to take last week off due to some behind the scenes server issues that are too complicated to go into here. That means that this month’s new release episode is NOT the first Friday of the month…which is a fact tha…
By Greg Lonesome on May 13, 2021
Lloyd Price, RIP.
By Greg Lonesome on May 5, 2021
New stuff from Suzi Moon, Cutthroat Brothers and Mike Watt, RMBLR, Crystallized Minds, the Nuclears, Prostitutes, Enchanters and much, much more.
By Greg Lonesome on April 28, 2021
One of my favorite bands of all time. Hope you dig them as much as I do.
By Greg Lonesome on April 21, 2021
New stuff from Pat Todd, Neighborhood Brats, Total Massacre, the Judex, Sister Suzie and School Damage, plus tons of other great stuff.
By email@example.com on April 16, 2021
1981 was a very special year for your favorite podcast host. I graduated from high school, and immediately started at the local radio station when I entered college. While the 2 – 6 am shift may seem like a nightmare to most people, it was the perfect opportunity for me to investigate the floor to ceiling record racks in the cramped studio. This week’s show represents the US-originated records from that era that mean the most to me today. Most of them I discovered during these late night shifts, but a few of them I must admit they weren’t faves until years later. Of course, I have to highlight the first releases from my two favorite Minneapolis bands of all time, and longtime faves the Ramones put out their sixth album that year. There’s also a couple of new indie labels, IRS and SST, that would greatly influence me throughout the rest of the decade. After listening, please go purchase those tracks you enjoy! These great artists deserve to be compensated for their hard work, and every purchase surely helps not only pay their bills but fund their next set of wonderful songs. And if you buy these records directly […]
By Greg Lonesome on April 14, 2021
New stuff from Missile Studs, Chubby & the Gang, the Judex, the Prostitutes, the Limit and the Suck, plus more Manifesto Award nominations!
By firstname.lastname@example.org on April 9, 2021
It’s always rewarding when a confluence of ideas results in a show that has a perfect flow. That’s what happened this week. This show began with a slight nudging from a couple of acts that had submitted tracks earlier this year that had just not yet found a place in a show. Add to that a couple of great records featuring Dirty Truckers drummer John Lynch that he sent when we were putting together the Rum Bar Records episode. Then a section of super sweet, relatively new records were discovered at a local record store. I’m talking about mint 2020 releases that I had missed out on when they were first put out. Adding to that secton of the show are a few other 2019 and 2020 albums that I was late in discovering, along with a couple of fabulous archive releases and suddenly I have two hours of great music for tonight! After listening, please go purchase those tracks you enjoy! These great artists deserve to be compensated for their hard work, and every purchase surely helps not only pay their bills but fund their next set of wonderful songs. And if you buy these records directly from the […]
By Greg Lonesome on April 7, 2021
All Manikins means all killer no filler.
By Greg Lonesome on April 2, 2021
The inaugural episode of Guerrilla RPM! I want to thank everyone who tuned in live tonight and fed me requests to build off of. That’s what is going to make this show so fun, the interaction with the listeners in … Continue reading →
By Greg Lonesome on March 31, 2021
Unheard Ex-Gentlemen, new Missile Studs, Hamiltones, Topnovil, Lawmaker, HITS and more.
By email@example.com on March 26, 2021
Since we are just a few days away from April, it makes sense that the last episode of the month is a look back at the first quarter of 2021. What albums, EP’s and singles have caught my attention? Has it been a great year?
The answer is the same …
By Greg Lonesome on March 25, 2021
New stuff from Infamous Stiffs, the Suck, HITS, Pat Todd & the Rankoutsiders, Headcheese and more.
By Greg Lonesome on March 18, 2021
This was a marathon. Thanks to everyone who hung out.
By Greg Lonesome on March 10, 2021
New stuff from Poison Boys, BBQT, the SUCK, Dead Meat, Lawmaker, Creem Circus, Foxycontin and lots more.
By firstname.lastname@example.org on March 5, 2021
It’s the first Friday of the month, so you know what this means. Yes, once again I have over two hours of the best new indie, garage, power pop, punk, and Americana releases. Plenty of veteran acts, and even more brand new artists. If you care ab…
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By Greg Lonesome on March 3, 2021
Lots of new stuff from the Limit, Headcheese, Incisions, New Rocket Union, Bonecrusher, the Welch Boys and more.
By Greg Lonesome on February 24, 2021
From Distance to Testors to the Limit, I dive deep into Sonny Vincent’s catalog. If you weren’t a fan before, you will be after listening to this, guaranteed.
By Greg Lonesome on February 22, 2021
I had to reinstall Windows on my machine and was testing out my broadcasting setup. Enjoy the extra show!
By email@example.com on February 19, 2021
As I state at the beginning of the show, the initial idea for this theme came from the plethora of recent songs that mention The Ramones in the title, both individually and as a group. Add to that a few faves from the past, along with some great sugges…
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By Greg Lonesome on February 17, 2021
The 2nd edition of Homonhymns. Put that in your dictionary.
By Greg Lonesome on February 14, 2021
This was a marathon makeup show with new stuff from Indonesian Junk, BBQT, the Wheelz and Total Massacre.
By firstname.lastname@example.org on February 12, 2021
Last week’s new release show was all about submitted tracks. This week’s part two of the series compiles all of the other new records that have recently been released (or will be soon). The show is marked by the return of quite a few vetera…
By email@example.com on February 5, 2021
Few things make a music critic/internet DJ happier than a package of new music, and I’m blessed to have the support of so many bands and labels. Whenever I receive an email that includes a link to a single or album, or find a packet in my mailbox, I immediately put it in the front of my pile of music to check out. As I was putting together this month’s new release episode, I suddenly noticed just how many great records I’ve received in the past few weeks. So why not do an entire show bassed on artist/label submissions? That’s what we have here this week. Some are from individual artists (Dan Israel, Jeremy Porter, Indonesian Junk, New Rocket Union, etc.) that want me to check out their new tunes. Others are because I’ve found myself on a label’s mailing list. I definitely need to thank Big Stir Records, Red on Red Records, and Rum Bar Records, who really knocked it out of the park with not one but two free samplers of current and upcoming new releases! After listening, please go purchase those tracks you enjoy! These great artists deserve to be compensated for their hard work, and every […]
By Greg Lonesome on February 4, 2021
New stuff from the Limit (featuring Sonny Vincent and Bobby Liebling of Pentagram), Poison Boys and Slaughter Boys, plus a special radio session from the Judex! Went extra long tonight as well.
By firstname.lastname@example.org on January 22, 2021
Since it’s a new year I have a whole list of new “anniversaries” to celebrate this year. You can expect many upcoming episodes devoted to years such as 1986, 1991…and, obviously, 1981. Tonight’s broadcast is the first of a…
By Greg Lonesome on January 20, 2021
New Pat Todd & the Rankoutsiders, new Spicy Juice sauce and more!
By email@example.com on January 15, 2021
A few weeks ago, I put together a countdown show of my 40 favorite albums of 2020. Now for this annual Ledge Awards I go through various other categories for the past year – Best Reissue, Best Live Album, Best Compilaton, Best Covers Album, Best …
By Greg Lonesome on January 13, 2021
All killer no filler.
By firstname.lastname@example.org on January 8, 2021
It’s the first show of the new year, which means it’s the first new release episode of the year! Generally, there isn’t much for new material this time of year, but this year seems to be an exception. You’ll find plenty of great…
By Greg Lonesome on January 6, 2021
Some angry protest songs, some psychobilly.
By Greg Lonesome on December 30, 2020
The debut of Some Hearts!
By Greg Lonesome on December 24, 2020
Damn near 5 hours of X-Mess cheer and much more for your listening pleasure.
By Greg Lonesome on December 16, 2020
New stuff from Professional Againsters, Westside Sheiks, Hard Evidence, Oil!, Ned Hill and Cock Sparrer, plus so much more!
By email@example.com on December 11, 2020
So let’s get this out of the way. 2020 was a dumpster fire of a year. A worldwide pandemic shut everything down. A contentious Presidential election tore apart friends and families. Race and sexual identity issues became online litmus tests. Everybody …
By Greg Lonesome on December 9, 2020
Cover Your Ass 4 (7 years later).
By firstname.lastname@example.org on December 4, 2020
It’s the last new release show of 2020, and it may just be the best one of the year. There’s a ton of new music that’s come out the past few weeks, including a few great items discovered shortly before the show commenced. And how can …
By Greg Lonesome on December 2, 2020
Brand new Indonesian Junk and tons of early California punk!
By Greg Lonesome on November 29, 2020
New stuff from Comino, Paul Ronney-Angel, the Sangomas, Freddie Dilevi, Cock Sparrer and more.
By email@example.com on November 27, 2020
This is the time of year where I’m going through my music library making notes on what albums should be considered for my year-end rankings. With the volume of great music released every year, however, there are records that I honestly sort of fo…
By firstname.lastname@example.org on November 20, 2020
By Greg Lonesome on November 18, 2020
Songs from 2020. All killer, no filler.
By Greg Lonesome on November 11, 2020
New stuff from Stolen Wheelchairs, the Judex and the Sangomas!
By email@example.com on November 6, 2020
In all the years of doing this monthly new release show, this may be the most varied I’ve ever done. After initial sets of folk-ish, acoustic rock, this month’s supersized show gradually built up the intensity until a final set of veteran h…
By Greg Lonesome on October 29, 2020
Halloween and Vicious Dreams!
By firstname.lastname@example.org on October 23, 2020
The Ledge isn’t all about new music, obviously. And with the record companies constantly repackaging old material with bonus demos, outtakes, and live takes my collection just continues to grow.
Tonight’s show is a look at some of these spe…
By Greg Lonesome on October 21, 2020
More Halloween tunes, plus some Spicy Juice sauce and other goodies.
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By email@example.com on October 16, 2020
On one of my laptops I have a folder where I toss in any cover versions that I think could possibly include in a Ledge episode. Once that folder has a sufficient number of songs I know it’s time to do a covers show.
This is that time. The folder …
By Greg Lonesome on October 14, 2020
New Bad Secret and some Halloween tunes.
By Greg Lonesome on October 11, 2020
Made up for my show not recording on Wednesday with a 6+ hour marathon show on a Saturday night. 121 songs. All for you!
By Greg Lonesome on October 7, 2020
The show didn’t record tonight. My apologies to all my listeners. I HATE letting you down.
By Greg Lonesome on September 30, 2020
It was kind of a virtual gig. Or something. Plus new Stolen Wheelchairs and new stuff from Kevin Patrick Stevenson of the Shods!
By Greg Lonesome on September 23, 2020
New stuff from Bad Secret, Satanic Overdrive, Total Massacre and more.
By firstname.lastname@example.org on September 18, 2020
The last few months have seen a ton of great compilation records come out. Some have been all covers. Many have been label or genre samplers. Others have been benefits for great causes. What unites them all is that so many of them have been full of gre…