Toronto lost one of its most innovative and enduring experimental artists this week: Nash the Slash (Jeff Plewman)
I remember two occasions standing in a crowded audience and marvelling at the talent of the mysterious man behind the bandages.
Therefore, breaking away from the usual format of this show, there will be three cuts by Nash:
"Phasors on Stun" from the album "Black Noise" with the band FM
"Dead Man's Curve" from the album "Children of the Night" (solo effort) and
"In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida" from "In-A-Gadda-da-Nash" (solo)
The city was a more interesting place because of him.
Phasors on Stun...FM *
Hoshi Neko ...YTST (remix by Young Galaxy) *
Witness ... Joan as Policewoman
Preppers ... Neomythics
Leaders of the Undersea World ... Odds *
Gigantic ... Pixies (can't get this out of my head, what with the phone commercial)
Dead Man's Curve ... Nash The Slash *
I Want Revenge ... Kill Matilda *
Livin' Life ... Bullet For My Valentine
Sword and Stone ... LEGS *
Ancient Kids ... Bravestation *
Mad At Nothing ... Business 80
Return to Launch Site ... Ilias (exclusive and new)
In A Gadda Da Vida ...(cover) Nash The Slash *
Next week, Greg Clarke will cohost. Hope to see you then.
And as always, thanks for listening.