Got No Time

108 / May 2019 / Andy Grogan

  1. I'm Not a LoserAmyl and the Sniffers
  2. It's AlrightBoytoy
  3. Billy ReallyThe Rock*A*Teens
  4. Go FarAutoclave
  5. MonitorSiouxsie and the Banshees
  6. Power in the DarknessTom Robinson Band
  7. Such a Remarkable DayCharlotte Gainsbourg
  8. Black MoldNots
  9. El Chico de las EstrellasRata Negra
  10. Run the World (Girls)Beyonce
  11. CrossingJessica Pratt
  12. It's Gonna RainYoko Ono
  13. JuiceLizzo

Things to know:

This mix was inspired by my Shazam history.

I'm a drone in the Beyhive.

Yoko Ono's albums are fascinating and sometimes amazing, but I understand why she was panned in the 70s and 80s, particularly if one's world was all wrapped up in The Beatles.


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  1. Amyl and the Sniffers / I'm Not a Loser

    "I just wanna get pissed here in my kitchen."

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    Amy Taylor (vocals), Bryce Wilson (drums) and Declan Martens (guitar) founded Amyl in their sharehouse in early 2016. They formed the band, wrote a handful of tunes and released their debut EP, Giddy Up, all in a span of twelve hours. Gus Romer came on board to play bass shortly afterward and Amyl and the Sniffers took its current shape: a grimy four-piece taking its cues from a diverse mix of genres including pub rock, Aussie punk, country and western and rap rave. Read more on more...

  2. Boytoy / It's Alright

    Folks in Massachusetts can inhale deeply to this one.

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    BOYTOY from NYC float somewhere between 60s surf jams and 90s grunge rock. Glenn Van Dyke and Saara Untracht-Oakner founded the band in 2013 with two guitars and drums, soon realizing bass wasn't necessary. They craft catchy, fuzzy, rock nuggets that create dreamy summer vibes all year round and have been regularly apperaing in the quality small venues around New York City and LA. Read more on more...

  3. The Rock*A*Teens / Billy Really

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    The Rock*A*Teens began work on April 1, 1994 in Cabbagetown. The lineup consisted of Chris Lopez (lead vocals, guitar, keyboard), Justin David Hughes (guitar, piano, organ, backing vocals), Kelly Hogan (guitar , backing vocals) and Chris Verene (drums). They were later signed to Daemon Records and released two records, the self-titled debut and Cry. Kelly Hogan and Chris Verene quit in the summer of 1997 and were replaced by Jeff Patch and Brandon Smith. Read more on more...

  4. Autoclave / Go Far

    Hits my indie rock sweet spot.

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    Autoclave was a short-lived indie rock band based in Washington D.C., USA. Formed in the summer of 1990, the group consisted of Christina Billotte (vocals and electric bass guitar), Mary Timony (electric guitar and vocals), Nikki Chapman (electric guitar and vocals), and Melissa Berkoff (drum set). The group became known for their intelligent, slightly off-kilter brand of rock, which featured the use of compound and changing meters, thus affiliating them with the "math rock" movement. Read more on more...

  5. Siouxsie and the Banshees / Monitor

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    Siouxsie and the Banshees were an influential English rock band which formed during 1976 in London. Initially associated with the British punk rock scene, the band quickly evolved to create, "A form of post-punk discord full of daring rhythmic and sonic experimentation." The Times would also cite Siouxsie and the Banshees as, "One of the most audacious and uncompromising musical adventurers of the post-punk era." After their split in the year 1996 Read more on more...

  6. Tom Robinson Band / Power in the Darkness

    Discovered them via WXNA, Nashville's independent radio station. Really like this track.

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    Tom Robinson Band (TRB) were a British rock band, established in 1976 by singer, songwriter and bassist Tom Robinson (born on 1 June 1950, in Cambridge, England). Tom Robinson began gigging in London in 1976 with a constantly shuffling lineup of musician friends backing him and by the end of the year, he had decided to put together a permanent band. Tom's old friend, guitarist Danny Kustow, was the first in the permanent lineup. They ran small ads in the music papers looking for a bass player and drummer. Read more on more...

  7. Charlotte Gainsbourg / Such a Remarkable Day

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    Charlotte Lucy Gainsbourg (born 21 July 1971) is an Anglo-French actress and singer. After releasing an album with her father at the age of fifteen, more than twenty years passed before she released three albums as an adult (5:55, IRM and Stage Whisper) to commercial and critical success. Gainsbourg has also appeared in many films, including several directed by Lars von Trier, and has received both a César Award and the Cannes Film Festival Best Actress Award. Read more on more...

  8. Nots / Black Mold

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    A garage punk group out of Memphis. Members are Natalie, bassist for Ex-Cult, Charlotte from Manateees, and Laurel from Moving Finger. When asked to describe their band's music during a television appearance, Natalie Hoffmann offhandedly coined the phrase "weird punk." And so it is. Read more on more...

  9. Rata Negra / El Chico de las Estrellas

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    Punk band from Madrid (Spain). Read more on more...

  10. Beyonce / Run the World (Girls)

    The new live doc is good. I will never miss her when she comes to town, particularly if she's touring with Jay Z.

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    This is an incorrect tag for Beyoncé. If you have Autocorrection on, it will automatically redirect your scrobbles to the correct tag. However, it is recommended that you change your ID3 tags to the correct artist name. Read more on more...

  11. Jessica Pratt / Crossing

    All of her albums are good.

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    Jessica Pratt is a San Francisco-based singer and musician, self-described as "sexpervertin....born in a cave." Pratt's music is intricate, intimate, and contemporary yet seems as if it's been cast from an earlier era. Pratt's voice rumbles gently, lower, wiser, with patient, compelling and heart-wrenching songs whose hand-crafted lyrics fit near the flesh, as though some sort of celestial, terrestrial, wise elfin whispered them in your ear and then promptly left you to dream, both spooked and charmed. Read more on more...

  12. Yoko Ono / It's Gonna Rain

    Not my favorite Yoko, but it caught me at the right moment recently. Her 70s solo stuff is fascinating, once you get past those early albums with John. I mean, no one needs Side 2 to be just the two of them saying their names to each other.

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    Yoko Ono, born 18 February 1933 in Tokyo, is a Japanese artist most widely known for her relationship with John Lennon of the Beatles. When Yoko first met Lennon, she was an artist exhibiting in the UK. Working with art group Fluxus throughout the 1960s, Ono was a pioneer in the burgeoning conceptual art movement which included work in sculpture, performance, filmmaking and music. Few women in the history of rock & roll have stirred as much controversy as Yoko Ono. Read more on more...

  13. Lizzo / Juice

    I discovered this on Friday, listened to hit about 30 times since, and now I'm tired of it, but it is a jam. On headphones.

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    Melissa Jefferson (born April 27, 1988 in Detroit, Michigan, U.S.), known professionally as Lizzo, is an American rapper and singer. She is a founding member of indie hip hop groups The Chalice, Grrrl Prty, The Clerb, Ellypseas, and Absynthe. Her debut album, Lizzobangers, was released in 2013. In 2015, she released her sophomore album, Big Grrrl Small World. Born in Detroit in the late 80’s, Lizzo spent much of her formative years in the church Read more on more...

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