SexCake episode 2! No pants equals more fun!


Second episode of SexCake! DJ Mowsee and Lady K discuss the music that’s played during this episode track by track. WARNING: This show is uncensored! It contains useful (or useless) info about your favourite tracks, free cake, and a DJ Mowsee without pants!

You will hear music from Cog, Steven Wilson, The Young Gods, Frost*, Curve, Ozric Tentacles, Paper Tongues, 7sleepers, Bob Mould, North Atlantic Oscillation, JOLLY, Riverside, Front Line Assembly, Lax Lizzard, Dead Can Dance, Lounge Orphans, Monuments & Anathema!

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Short Album Review: Genesis – Calling All Stations (1997)


Everybody’s talking about which lead vocalist did a better job for Genesis and which ‘era’ made the best Genesis music. You have the die-hard Peter Gabriel lovers who claim that Genesis was at their best back then, and you have the Phil Collins supporters who say that Phil era made better and more accessible music… And then you have me, the Ray Wilson fan! Yes, even some people who presume they’re a ‘Genesis fan’ totally forgot that the last album Genesis made was not a Phil Collins album at all, but an album with Ray Wilson. Continue reading