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 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 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…
By email@example.com on September 11, 2020
As it’s my birthday today it’s only fitting that I put together another in my series of favorite songs of all time. This time around, it’s primarily songs from the 90’s, although a handful of songs actually come from records rel…
By firstname.lastname@example.org on September 4, 2020
It’s another great month of new releases. I know I say that every month but we are living in a time where somehow artists are still creating fabulous, vital music. Just take a listen to this two hours of rock, folk, punk, surf, indie, and a few o…
By email@example.com on July 24, 2020
Earlier this year I featured a show that focused on British punk rock from 1980. Tonight, I do the same thing but featuring nothing but tunes from American punk bands from that same year.
It’s kind of interesting how the focus of the punk scene (…
By firstname.lastname@example.org on June 26, 2020
The world may be ending but great music lives forever. Despite everything that has gone on this year there has still been a steady stream of fabulous albums released. Tonight’s show is a look at the 40 best albums released in the first half of 20…
By email@example.com on June 12, 2020
As I said last week, there have been so many great releases in the last few weeks that this month’s new release episode was forced to expand to two episodes. Quality-wise, there’s no difference between the two episodes. In fact, it could be…
By firstname.lastname@example.org on May 1, 2020
Another month, another collection of great new music. Unlike previous editions, though, this month’s show features a ton of one-off single releases of tracks recorded under quarantine. In fact, just minutes before The Ledge went to air on Realpun…
By email@example.com on April 24, 2020
When I was putting together this month’s new release episodes I decided that it was time to also do another all-female episode of The Ledge. Both of those episodes had multiple sets of nothing but rocking women, as did previous months this year.
By firstname.lastname@example.org on April 10, 2020
This week’s show may be a sequel to last week’s new release episode but it’s certainly not a drop in quality. Just like last week, there are plenty of new bands (Cherry Chrome, Rookie, Green/Blue), lots of surprising reunions (The Boo…
By email@example.com on March 20, 2020
Earlier this week when the hysteria over the current world health situation was starting to gain some steam I was listening to my vinyl copy of Paul Westerberg’s Mono/Stereo. As “Let The Bad Times Roll” was playing a little light bulb…
By firstname.lastname@example.org on March 13, 2020
Part one of The Ledge Live Albums series featured my picks (with a little agreement from my friends). Tonight’s belongs to those who responded to a Facebook post from last month (plus a couple of emails and tweets). It’s quite a bit fun, st…
By email@example.com on March 6, 2020
The monthly new release shows are easily my favorite episodes, and this month’s is no exception. As always, it’s a great mix of brand new bands, returning veterans, and some great recent discoveries. There’s so much great new music th…
By firstname.lastname@example.org on February 21, 2020
A few weeks ago I debuted a new series documenting my favorite songs of all time. What began as a quest for one tight 30-song set turned into a folder filled with close to 200 songs. The first show primarily featured aggressive tracks from the 60’…
By email@example.com on December 13, 2019
Once again we wrap up a great year in music with our annual countdown of the 40 best albums of 2019.
By firstname.lastname@example.org on November 29, 2019
Last week’s show introduced a two part series of a Live Ledge look back at 2019 releases that deserve a second look before the “Best of 2019” list is completed. Tonight is the second part, and includes the usual mix of garage, indie, punk, and other quality rock and roll subgenres. Will any of these releases end up making the cut? Yep, just from these shows I have already decided on at least a handful of these, with many others still under consideration. After listening, please go purchase those tracks you enjoy!
By email@example.com on November 15, 2019
The final show dedicated to 1979 returns to America. As an earlier show already featured the Midwestern tones from Minneapolis, Chicago, and Cleveland, this week is primarily dedicated to the East and West Coasts, with little sets at the end featuring Texas and Canada. There’s even a set featuring some of the few mainstream bands from the era that I could handle back when I was an angry (or angrier) high schooler. It’s been a lot of fun rediscovering some of the tunes of my youth, along with discovering bands that I missed out on hearing at the time. After listening, please go purchase those tracks you enjoy!
By firstname.lastname@example.org on May 3, 2019
Another two hour sampling of some of the best new releases.
By email@example.com on April 12, 2019
A continuation of last week’s comprehensive look at recent releases that travels all over the world.
By firstname.lastname@example.org on March 15, 2019
Celebrate the St. Patrick’s Day weekend with these booze-oriented tracks.
By email@example.com on December 7, 2018
Tonight’s supersized show features a tribute to the late, great Pete Shelley, along with tons of new releases.
By firstname.lastname@example.org on November 30, 2018
Two more hours of alternative and punk tracks from 1983!
By email@example.com on November 23, 2018
The final chapter in the 1978 series focuses on mainland Europe.
By firstname.lastname@example.org on September 7, 2018
The first Friday of every month is devoted to nothing but new releases, and this month is no different!
By email@example.com on August 31, 2018
Obviously, we all need food, and you now need to hear this collection of songs about food.
By firstname.lastname@example.org on August 17, 2018
Continuing the series of shows looking at the great music of 1978, tonight’s episode focuses on more UK tracks from the year.
By email@example.com on July 27, 2018
This week we take a look back at the great indie, punk, and college rock from 1983!
By firstname.lastname@example.org on July 20, 2018
Continuing the series of shows focused on the magical year of 1978, this episode share classic punk tracks from New York, Boston, Washington, DC, and Canada.
By email@example.com on June 8, 2018
The third episode of a continuing series devoted to the great tunes of 1978. This time it’s all about the West Coast and Midwest U.S.A.!
By firstname.lastname@example.org on May 4, 2018
Host Scott Hudson goes through a wide variety of Record Store Day exclusive releases.
By email@example.com on March 23, 2018
The second of many shows dedicated to that magical year of 1978.
By firstname.lastname@example.org on March 16, 2018
Live Ledge celebrates a punk rock St. Patrick’s Day!
By email@example.com on December 22, 2017
Celebrate the holidays with almost 2 1/2 years of rockin’ holiday tunes!
By firstname.lastname@example.org on October 27, 2017
Punk rock and Halloween go together like my favorite whiskey and Coke, so here’s another edition of the annual Halloween show.
By email@example.com on September 29, 2017
A look at some great ninth tracks of primarily recently-released favorite albums.
By firstname.lastname@example.org on January 27, 2017
Scott Hudson’s look back 40 years to 1977’s music scene continues in this episode.
By email@example.com on January 20, 2017
It’s the first of two episodes that looks back 40 years to the magic year of 1977!
By firstname.lastname@example.org on December 30, 2016
The final show of 2016 highlights the great musicians that sadly left us this year.
By email@example.com (Jason Vapor) on April 24, 2015
Its LUCKY NUMBER 13!! HELL YEAH!! A very strange mix this week but all to celebrate episode #13 A Pony Named Olga – 666-13 Red Fang – Number Thirteen Soilent Green – Thirteen Days A Weak The Accüsed – 13 Letters Johnny Cash – Thirteen The Legendary Tiger Man – Thirteen [Danzig] – Mafalda Nascimento Avail – Sanctuary 13 NOFX – 13 Stitches Adolescents – Formula 13 Black Flag – Room 13 D.O.A – 13 The Dwarves – 13 Stories High Burning Streets – 13 Hours Chesty Malone And The Slice’em Ups – 13 Killers Spoiler NYC – Lucky 13 Guitar Wolf – Jet13 “Demons” – Clock strikes 13 The Hypnophonics – Outpost 13 Slim Cessna’s Auto Club – Thirteen Crimes
By firstname.lastname@example.org on March 27, 2015
Completing a trio of shows, tonight’s playlist features nothing but three consecutive classic tracks in a row.
Posted in bash and pop, buzzcocks, graham parker, indie, lemonheads, live ledge, music, Podcast, punk, realpunkradio, replacements, Scott Hudson, sex pistols, social distortion, stooges, superchunk, talk
By email@example.com on March 20, 2015
The second part of three episodes where host Hudson highlights albums that featured three classic tunes in a row.
Posted in cheap trick, david bowie, jesus and mary chain, live ledge, music, patti smith, pixies, Podcast, power pop, punk, realpunkradio, replacements, Scott Hudson, smiths, soft boys, sugar, uncle tupelo
By firstname.lastname@example.org (Jason Vapor) on March 6, 2015
Its a OLD GUY PARTY… All bands have members at least my age and older… Dead Kennedys – Moon Over Marin Dwarves – Everybodies Girl The Meatmen – The Dwarves Are The 2Nd Greatest Band In The World D.O.A. – Cocktail Time In Hell Fang – The Money Will Roll Right In GG Allin & The Jabbers – Gimme Some Head The Blatz – Homemade Speed G.B.H. – Sick Boy Rancid – Dope Sick Girl Social Distortion – Mommy’s Little Monster Bouncing Souls – Kate Is Great NOFX – Bob Propagandhi – Showdown (G.E. P.) Bad Religion – Bad Religion 7 Seconds – Walk Together, Rock Together Bad Brains – Pay to Cum Cock Sparrer – Suicide Girls The Macc Lads – Beer & Sex & Chips ‘n’ Gravy Jello Biafra With D.O.A. – We Gotta Get Out Of This Place
By email@example.com (Jason Vapor) on February 20, 2015
This week it is all about the LADIES!! Girls ROCK!! almost 2 full hours of female fronted GREATNESS!! A mix of OLD and NEW from all over the world… sit back relax and enjoy the joyride… The God Damn Doo Wop Band – Talk Too Much Nikki Corvette – Young & Crazy HOLLY AND THE ITALIANS – I Wanna Go Home PANDORAS – That’s Your Way Out Electrocutes – Assmar Suicide Squad – New Kids Army Gash – Gash Trash Action Pact – London Bouncers X-RAY SPEX – I Live Off You Vice Squad – Last Rockers HONEY BANE – Girl On The Run Annex – Day Of The Lords CONFLICT – Who Will Crass – Where Next Columbus? DIRT – Hiroshima The Bags – Survive THE SLITS – Vindictive X – Nausea The Gits – Whiskey 7 Year Bitch – the scratch The Muffs – Rock And Roll Girl Betty Blowtorch – Hell On Wheels Die Hunns – Back ‘N’ Black Dishrags – I Don’t Love You Teenage Jesus & The Jerks – Less Of Me Maggots – TammyWynette Bikini Kill – Rebel Girl (New Radio 7in 1993) Chix N’ Dix – Virus Naked Aggression – Plastic World Red Bacteria Vacuum – Free Soul THE AVENGERS – Teenage Rebel Svetlanas – Siberian Girl SADO-NATION – Messed Up Mixed Up Toxic Shock – Riot Riot Riot MysteryGirls – Ego 54 Nude Honeys – Where Is Love The 126.96.36.199’s – The Barracuda The Soviettes – Roller Girls Beki Bondage – Son Continue Reading →
By firstname.lastname@example.org (Jason Vapor) on February 13, 2015
tonight’s show is all about The Love Dwarves -Bitch I Love You Dead Boys -What Love Is The Pagans -What’s This Shit Called Love? The Damned -Love Song The Kidnappers -A Bit of Your Love The Datsuns -In Love The Bloody Muffs -Love Me Like A Drug The Manikins -Lovesick The Briefs -Love And Ulcers The Vibrators -Automatic Lover Dayglo Abortions -Used To Be In Love Subhumans -Love Is… f-minus -love is just a tool Help Me Devil -Love Is A Dog From Hell The Hillbilly Moon Explosion -My Love For Evermore (with Sparky) Texas Terri Bomb -Love Hates Me ANTISEEN -‘Cause I Love You Wire -Feeling Called Love The Mummies -Your Love the monsters -the love i never had Batmobile -01 – Uranium Love Circle Jerks -Love Kills Joe Strummer -Love Kills The Panic Beats -Love Kills The Fuck Off And Dies -I Fucking Love Her Hear The Sirens -Last Call Love Civet -Buy My Love T. Tex Edwards & The Swingin’ Kornflake Killers -FUNNEL OF LOVE Reverend Elvis And The Undead Syncopators HICKOIDS -BURNING Sillies -Love you to death
By email@example.com on March 29, 2013
Two tracks per artist – one old and one new. It’s a simple concept, but fun!
Posted in bad brains, bad religion, biters, bowie, dinosaur jr, guided by voices, husker du, indie, mudhoney, music, pedal jets, Podcast, punk, realpunkradio, redd kross, replacements, Scott Hudson, soul asylum, strokes, telekinesis, wire
By firstname.lastname@example.org on February 24, 2013
To celebrate the 100th episode, Hudson took the show on the road to Falls Landing to play nothing but his favorite songs of all time.
Posted in argus leader, buzzcocks, chuck luden, damned, dead boys, flag with hank, flamin' groovies, husker du, ill bill, indie, jam, modern lovers, music, myron lee, new york dolls, no direction, pat lalley, phones, punk, replacements, Scott Hudson, sex pistols, sham 69, soul asylum, suburbs, suicide commandos, t. rex, undertones, vince taylor
By email@example.com on February 17, 2013
A companion piece to Friday’s “lonely” episode, this morning is nothing but “bitter” tunes.
Posted in amy rigby, beatles, big star, bob dylan, elvis costello, graham parker, harry nilsson, indie, jam, joy division, kinks, marianne faithfull, music, Podcast, punk, realpunkradio, rolling stones, Scott Hudson, smiths, talk, Wilco
By firstname.lastname@example.org on February 15, 2013
To “commemorate” a phony holiday, tonight’s show is an anti-Valentine’s Day show with nothing but “lonely” songs.
Posted in argus leader, buzzcocks, cheap trick, f-units, garage, gentleman jesse, heartbreakers, husker du, indie, king khan & bbq show, lonesome kings, lurkers, me first and the gimme gimmes, music, naked ted, nomads, old 97's, Podcast, police, punk, quakes, realpunkradio, replacements, Scott Hudson, sex pistols, sham 69, social distortion, sorrows, spits, supersuckers, talk, thee headcoats, thin lizzy, ups & downs, Valentine's Day, violet, voodoo dolls, Wanda Jackson, whigs, willie nile, wylde mammoths, young fresh fellows
By email@example.com on February 8, 2013
It’s that time of the month again! More new releases and blog finds!
Posted in al bundie's army, bad religion, beat merchants, bronx, california x, clash, cramps, desaparecidos, devil dogs, drones, dwarves, fidlar, garage, gun club, hart lake mystery, indie, jam, joy formidale, kaisers, lux interior, muffs, music, new releases, nick cave, night marchers, nude beach, parquet courts, Podcast, punk, realpunkradio, reg presley, replacements, Scott Hudson, shods, shoes, sky saxon, social distortion, suburban nightmares, talk, three o'clock, warm soda
By firstname.lastname@example.org on January 4, 2013
The first show of 2013 is all new releases and new finds!
Posted in bad religion, beach fossils, bettie serveert, black lips, bob mould, chris wilson, craig finn, cremony, customs, dick dale, dm3, dragons, dropkick murphys, emotionals, flash boys, fuzztones, garage, guitar wolf, heroes, indie, Kurt Baker, masonics, mel-gators, memories, meteors, murlocs, music, nick cave, nude beach, Podcast, punk, road runners, squires, swearin, swingin' neckbreakers, talk, tempest, thee mighty caesars, thee vicars, twilights
By email@example.com on December 28, 2012
Pat McIntyre and Martin Dill from Janitor Bob join Scott, followed by an hour of old Sioux Falls indie rock.
Posted in ac/dc, argus leader, cheap trick, dale gregory, dave scarbrough, flag with hank, garage, government center, habitual groove of it, harvesters, ill bill, indie, inspectors, janitor bob, music, myron lee, naked ted, no direction, pat o'brien, Podcast, punk, realpunkradio, rich show, Scott Hudson, state birds, talk, violet