Chronolog Radio (Feb. 7)

An Olympian Austin Psych Fest and other reptilian sides

"Crank up your speakers."
photo by Molly Ryan

Olympic spirit’s got us all. This week, Kevin and I recorded Chronolog Radio, our weekly local music rundown on SXSWfm, from a rickety bobsled at the top of Mount Bonnell.

Topics include Cory Kendrix’s rap happenings, new OBN III’s albums, SXSW Music announcements, and a run through the When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth ancestry before getting into a few details pertaining to new announcements from Austin Psych Fest.

Full playlist below. The episode airs for two weeks.

1) The OBN III’s, “That’s No Way to Rock ‘N Roll” (Self-titled, 2012)

2) Crooked Bangs, “Halfway/Lucifer, Mon Amour” (Self-titled, 2012)

3) Whiskey Shivers, “Darlin’” (Rampa Head, 2012)

4) Hayes Carll, “She Left me For Jesus” (Trouble in Mind, 2008)

5) Riders Against the Storm, “Holy Water” (Self-titled, 2013)

6) Cory Kendrix, “Gettin Thoed Again” (Ignorance, 2014)

7) Tele Novella, “Don’t Be a Stranger” (Self-titled, 2013)

8) The Zoltars, “Wandering in the Street” (Walking Through the Dark, 2013)

9) Mirror Travel, “Mexico” (Mexico, 2014)

10) Spray Paint, “Drive By Feeling” (Rodeo Songs, 2013)

11) When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth, “Finally Grunge” (Not Noiice, 2008)

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