Friday, May 13, 2005
Street punk band hosts Farm Dysfunction
Stations has been churning out street punk in Roanoke for a decade, keeping a longstanding fan base while catching the ears of younger listeners, too.
The band releases a new CD about once every two years, and its Farm Dysfunction show is an annual event. The next Farm Dysfunction, an all-night band-fest, is coming up on May 21.
On the podcast, core members Neil Gilliam and Dylan Hendrix speak with us about the upcoming "party on a farm, with a stage," the changing Roanoke music scene and other stuff, and we play cuts off Stations' CD, "Tune Out the Static."
In case you didn't know, we've been doing these podcasts for a little while now. What are they? They're like radio shows in mp3 format. You can right click and hit "save target as" to download them to your computer or mp3 player, or just stream them by hitting the pointy thing in the RealPlayer box above right. If you want to get with the leading edge tech stuff, you can drag the XML button above left onto your news reader.
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Host: Tad Dickens
Producer: Seth M. Gitner