Radio Rubber Room EP 64, Russell Lacy of Grease Trigger

May 25th, 2012

In this episode Russell Lacy made an appearance on the Rubber Room. Russell is the talented front man of Grease Trigger. He played some live cuts from his solo album as well as some acoustic renditions of a few Grease Trigger tunes. Russell can write songs till the cows come home and Shaun was smitten. You will also learn that the one thing better than attending Berklee College of Music would be just moving near by and hanging out around campus.

This episode also includes a new edition of "Alejandro's Fine World of Art" and some great advice from Shaun about how to avoid a robbery.

You will also hear RVA music from Brother Bill, The Kindling Kind, Cata9tales, Roma, The Inflatables and Vexine.

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Radio Rubber Room EP 63, Splendid Suns

May 18th, 2012

What a splendid show with Splendid Suns. This group has a unique sound that needs no label. They gave a live preview of the album they are about to get hard to work on. These kids are a blast.

Listener Note: If you like this band, absolutely do not throw bacon in a river or any body of water in their presence. They will jump in and sink to the bottom. That would be tragic.

This episode includes RVA music from Tina Marie & Vinyl Tease, The Trillions, Downbeat Switch, The Shack Band, Marionette & Gypsy Healers. Enjoy.

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Radio Rubber Room EP 62, The Rift

May 11th, 2012

In this episode, Jenna Be was guest hosting and The Rift was in the building. The guys busted out some tunes and it was shenanigin-sanity. And yes. shenanigin-sanity is hyphenated.

This episode includes RVA music from NO BS! Brass Band, Spotted Dead Nettle, Vexine, Big Enough, Relacksachian and The Good Birds.

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Radio Rubber Room EP 61, The Shack Band

May 4th, 2012

In this episode, The Shack Band stopped by the little shack in Ashland with the radio tower. They brought some tunes off their recently released EP, Born & Raised and the good times ensued. (You will not hear "Sweet Home Alabama" in this episode.) Enjoy.

This episode includes RVA music from Apache Radio, Black Girls, People's Blues of Richmond, Proverbial, Farm Vegas and Silo Effect.

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