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The Counter Culture Podcast
Blurring the lines of normalcy
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August 06, 2016 11:57 AM PDT

So it's been about 8 months, figured it was high time I get a new show together. With the world going to Hell in a Hand Basket figured now would be a good time to roll out some Ska tunes and remind everybody to step back, take a deep breath and just Simmer Down. 

Until next time everyone stay cool and just be kind to one another.

Phil

The Playlist:

01. The Pietasters - Change My Ways
02. Mr. T-Bone - Please Girl
03. Intensified - Hot Lead Shuffle
04. The Slackers - Have The Time
05. The Aggrolites - Pop The Trunk
06. Hepcat - Dance Wid' Me
07. Deal's Gone Bad - Good Old Days
08. Westbound Train - Please Forgive Me
09. Soul Radics - Everything I Said I Wouldn't Do
10. Kingston Rudieska - Never, No More (Feat.Tommy Tornado)
11. Roger Rivas - Ugly So (feat. Devin Morrison)
12. Western Special - These Strange Weeks
13. Idlers - Peaceful Rebellion
14. Chris Murray Combo - When Your Someday Come
15. The Slackers - The Same Everyday
16. The Dropsteppers - A Little off The Top
17. The Skints - This Town (feat. Tippa Irie & Horseman)
18. The Radiation Kings - NYC Blues
19. Stubborn All-Stars - Grand Masters
20. The Mighty Mighty Bosstones - Simmer Down

August 06, 2016 11:47 AM PDT

So it's been about 8 months, figured it was high time I get a new show together. With the world going to Hell in a Hand Basket figured now would be a good time to roll out some Ska tunes and remind everybody to step back, take a deep breath and just Simmer Down.

Until next time everyone stay cool and just be kind to one another.

Phil

December 24, 2015 03:12 PM PST

It is the end of 2015 and Christmas is upon us again, but its a different time from when I was a child. The world has become a dark and dangerous place. Governments lie, People lie, Wars are fought in the name of business and people bought, people die and people are rebuilt. Our technological advances are only being outpaced by our explosive population growth. This may be our last Christmas or this may be our awakening. No matter what I think the music is appropriate for the times we live in.

May you find what makes you happiest and rejoice in it !

Until next time ~ Phil

Ken Karter - MX-04.11
Star Industry - Crush - Essence of Mind Remix
Essence Of Mind - It's Killing You
Alien Vampires - I Fuck Nuns
Zombie Girl feat Sebastian Komor - Jesus Was A Zombie (MORTIIS Version)
Nebula-H - Prince of Darkness
Gimme Shelter - Volk 3
Diskonnekted - Nu Speak (Controlled Collapse)
Noise Unit - Corroded Decay
Haujobb - Membrane (Acretongue Remix)
Cyberaktif - Ruptured Freaks
Aesthetic Perfection - Spit It Out
Velvet Acid Christ - Caustic Disco

October 19, 2015 04:52 PM PDT

In my late teens or early 20's I became friends with a group of guys who were known as The Lager Lads out of Windsor Ontario Canada. In fact one of my longest known friends wnet on to become their drummer. As a result of this friendship of sorts I was introduced to a ton of new music, Oi! Music. In the form of The Business, The Gonads, Sham 69, The Angelic Upstarts, The Antiheros, The Herberts and countless others. It was during this time I developed a love and appreciation for Oi! Music and that has stuck with me until today, some 20 years later. Let me say I am by no means a racist,! Hell I am not even a skinhead, but I do love some good kick ass Rock n Roll and I can appreciate the roots of Oi! Music and what it stands for. So what I bring to you today is some mostly modern Oi! Tunes and there are a lot of them! To the best of my knowledge all these bands are pretty traditional, but if I am wrong oh well don't listen. I am not here for the politics I am here to deliver good music. If you can't get past that maybe you got the wrong guy. Until next trip around the sun enjoi!

Thanks for listening & Cheers ~ Phil

The Playlist:

The Kicker Boys - Hangun
Brutal Calling - Our Land
Booze & Glory - Swinging Fuckin' Hammers
Harrington Saints - Last Call (Skinheads' Wake)
Evil Conduct - Toe The Line
Towerblocks - Wimps and Rebels
Lager Lads - Made in Canada
Bishops Green - Government Lies
Argy Bargy - People in Power
NOi!se -  The Bottom Rung
Royal Oi! - Hooligans For Life
The Glory - Life Must Go On
Patriot - R.S.V.P.
Marching Orders - Spirit of '84
Harrington Saints - Thieves, Liars & Cheats
Booze & Glory - London
Jenny Woo - We Are The Brave
Last Seen Laughing - My Boots They Are Yours Boots
One The Job - White Collar Thugs
Mummy's Darlings - 40 Years of Burning Hearts
Evil Conduct - Something About You
The Traditionals - Allentown
Shocktroops - Our Scene Back
Discharger - Our Society
Bad Assets - Out On The Streets
Lager Lads - Alcolholics-R-Us

August 16, 2015 03:26 PM PDT

So for any of you who have been following me know I truly love all music, but I have a penchant for Rockabilly! Next weekend at the The Blackthorne Resort in East Durham NY is the Rats Nest Run-In. I keep calling it a festival but its much more including a pretty dynamite car show, a Pin-Up girl contest, Haunted House and a ton more.!

For more info check out www.facebook.com/pages/Rats-Nest-Run-In

Anyway based on all the excellent music I cooked up an hour long preview Podcast showcasing some of the awesome talent. Hope you dig it, if fortune is in my favor me and my kin will be there rocking out too!

Until next time stay cool,

Phil

The Playlist:

The Bothers - Witch Doctor Woes
The Bothers - Dragonfly
Dressed for the Occasion - Simple Life
Dressed for the Occasion  -Fly By Night
Lara Hope and the Ark Tones - Whiskey Pick
Lara Hope and the Ark Tones - He's Not the Devil
Those Crosstown Rivals - No Friend of Mine
Those Crosstown Rivals - Six Strings
Whiskey Kill - Better Man
Whiskey Kill - Whiskey and Cigarettes
Creepin' Cadavers - Frankie Dig A Hole
Creepin' Cadavers - Switchblade Serenade
The Grizzly Band - Pass the Smoke
The Grizzly Band - How Fast
American Pinup - Siren
American Pinup - Somewhere In Between
Koffin Kats - The Way Of The Road
Koffin Kats - Theme for a Sinner

July 06, 2015 07:36 PM PDT

So when I was a young my buddies and myself spent most of the summer looking for the special someone. At the end of the summer most folks their special someone would go back home or whatever and you would end up sad and miserable until school started back up. This I am sure is a common theme throughout the years for many people. Ultimately it has led me to believe that "The Summer of Love" is a lie, absolute bullshit is its purist form. Though it has given us some spectacular Hard Rock and Hair Metal Ballads to reflect upon on, or in some instances cry to. These tunes remind me of a time when I was young and carefree, for other they may bring some sadness. Until next month keep chasing the dream!

Phil

The Playlist:

Van Halen - Summer Nights
Warrant - Sometimes She Cries
Cinderella - Don't Know What You Got (Till It's Gone)
L.A. Guns - It's Over Now
White Lion - Wait
Led Zeppelin - Heartbreaker
Ozzy Osbourne - Goodbye to Romance
Bon Jovi - Runaway
Lita Ford - Kiss Me Deadly
Cinderella - Heartbreak Station
Poison - Life Goes On
Queensrÿche - I Don't Believe In Love
Faster Pussycat - House Of Pain
Mötley Crüe - Too Young To Fall In Love

May 18, 2015 03:08 PM PDT

Well this month I took a jump into the past, into my roots if you will. Growing up I was most certainly a nerd and along with being a nerd I was a massive fan of Advanced Dungeons & Dragons 2nd Edition. Along with every good AD&D Addiction comes a profound love of Heavy Metal, as time wore on there came to be known a sub genre known as fantasy or power metal.

So what I have thrown together for you all this monthis a kick ass compendium of Heavy Metal from yesterday and today from across the genres, with one commonality between them. Fantasy themes; Mythical creatures, Swords, Armor, Wizards and Adventure. Hope you enjoy this episode and I hope it brings you back to that place where you long to be once again !

The Playlist:
Manowar - The Warriors Prayer
Turisas - Battle Metal
Metalium - Steel Avenger
Blackguard - The Sword
3 Inches Of Blood - Destroy The Orcs
Orden Ogan - Land of the Dead
Savatage - Hall Of The Mountain King
Red Fang - Prehistoric Dog
Dio - Man On The Silver Mountain
Manowar - The Crown And The Ring
Destroy Destroy Destroy - Battle Cry
Luca Turilli - Legend Of Steel
DragonForce - A Flame For Freedom
Hammerfall - The Dragon Lies Bleeding
Blind Guardian - Prophecies
Dream Evil - Back From The Dead
At Vance - Fame and Fortune
3 Inches Of Blood - Demon's Blade
Black Sabbath - The Wizard
Saxon - Power and the Glory
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April 03, 2015 08:31 PM PDT

This episode we look at Roots, or depending what you call it American Roots or Roots Revival. It's a pretty new genre to me, but I find I love it a lot. It seems to transcend genres and stardom its music for the people by the people. I am not going to get that into it, as I am just starting to develop a feel for this scene. But close your mouths and open you ears and minds. This stuff is awesome!

The Playlist:

Uncle Sinner- Oh Death
Left Lane Cruiser -Riverwalk
The Devil's Cut -Highwater Chevy
Reverend Deadeye - Jesus is Knockin'
Reverend Beat-Man -Jesus Christ Twist
Woody Pines - Delia
Possessed by Paul James - Fathers and Sons
Munly & The Lee Lewis Harlots - Jacob Dumb
Jayke Orvis - Feeling Like This
The Calamity Cubes - Anchor's The Way
Drew Landry - Family Farm
Reverend Deadeye - Fuck The Devil
The Goddamn Gallows - Y'all Motherfuckers Need Jesus
The Dad Horse Experince - Lord Must Fix My Soul (Siggen Version)
The Devil's Cut - No Lords
Those Poor Bastards - Born To Preach
Sean Wheeler & Zander Schloss - Spiritual
Possessed by Paul James - Heavy
Delaney Davidson - Demon Claws
Highlonesome - Sinner Souls
The Goddamn Gallows - I Am Still The King
Filthy Still - The Last Six Feet
Urban Pioneers - Apparition In The Fog
White Trash Blues Revival - Redemption
Uncle Sinner - Let The Devil In
Munly - Death Ain't You Got No Shame

March 15, 2015 07:44 PM PDT

With this coming weekend being The Shamrock Fest in Washington DC I thought I might put together a little preview of this years event, especially considering I will be there again this year! Booze, Music, Kilts, Music.. Whats not to love, something for everyone. Anyway being that its St. Patricks Day this week, hope you enjoy the show. If you get a chance come on out the the show, it should be a real ripper !

Cheers and thanks,

Phil

The Playlist:

Scythian
– Jump at the Sun
– Paint This Town
– My Son John
Carbon Leaf
– Life Less Ordinary
– American Tale
– Bloody Good Bar Fight Song
Gaelic Storm
– The Bear and the Butcher Boy
– Slim Jim And The 7-11 Girl
– Drink The Night Away
The Fighting Jamesons
– Uncle Michael
– Rocky Road to Dublin
– Everyday Not Wasted
Kilmaine Saints
– Go On Home British Soldiers
– Man You Don't Meet Every Day
– Old Rugged Cross
The Gobshites
– Somebody Put Something in My Drink
– Dicey Riley
– Guinness Boys
Bastard Bearded Irishmen
– Molly Malone
– Land of the Free
– Bastard Blarney
Street Dogs
– Johnny Come Lately
– Fighter
– Two Angry Kids
Celtica Pipes Rock!
– Whiskey in the Jar
– Jolly Roger
– Thunderstruck/ It´s a Long Way/ Highway to Hell
Reel Big Fish
– Trendy: Live
– Talk Dirty To Me
– Another F.U. Song

February 08, 2015 07:44 PM PST

Having been born in the 1970, 80's music is my bitch. I will take it in any form, some I enjoy more than others but Heavy Metal and New Wave were 2 of the paths I walked for a long while. Heavy Metal was the music I loved, but New Wave and Post Punk were what all of the women I fawned over seemed to most enjoy. So being a 'man' of superb taste in music but lacking the ability to properly converse with women, I became quite adept with something which has came to be known as "The Mix Tape". The whiskey of the music world if you will. When you needed to say something, but just didn't have the balls to say it on your own. Always hoping the right combination of tunes would find me in a favorable position with said woman.. I don't think it ever worked, but I always tried! So what you have here is the first Counter Culture Mix Tape. Side A is the New Wave side and Side B is Metal Ballads. For better for worse I am sure this is going to drag up some memories better left forgotten. But Hey it is almost Valentines Day, maybe this year the mix tape will work for you?

Hope you enjoy the stroll down memory lane ~Phil

The Play List:

Artist Song Title
Mr. Mister Broken Wings
Yaz Only You
The Psychedlic Furs Pretty in Pink
Crowded House Don’t Dream It's Over
Modern English I Melt The World
Soft Cell Tainted Love
Oingo Boingo Private Life
The Cure Pictures of You
Cutting Crew I Just Died In Your Arms
UB40 Red Red Wine
Faith No More Easy
The Cult Edie (Ciao Baby)
Lita Ford Kiss Me Deadly
Van Halen Summer Nights
Poison Nothin' But A Good Time
Scorpions Tease Me Please Me
Cinderella Don't Know What You Got (Till It's Gone)
Dio All The Fools Sailed Away
Judas Priest Diamonds and Rust
Motorhead I Ain't No Nice Guy
Queenryche I Don’t Believe In Love
Saxon Princess Of The Night
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