Tuesday, March 25, 2008


I'm back, fuckers! Thanks for sticking around. I don't have a whole lot to say that I didn't mention on the show, but I do apologize for the lengthy high-atus (© The Good Captain). I've had a lot going on, guys. Hell, you all know how it is, the GOMIES are the sharpest bunch of bad motherfuckers in the world! Sometimes, life gets in the way of rockin' and takin' it to the people. It SHOULDN'T, but it does. So I'm not gonna make any more promises I can't keep. My sole vow to you, the G.O.M.E. Faithful, is that I will try my absolute DAMNEDEST to have a new show for you every week.

I think this week's show is pretty solid, though you already know if I didn't like it, I wouldn't play it. I think back to Cheeto saying he burned each show for his feline friends. He can't be the only cat doing that, so this week's installment is all about positive energy. It's getting warmer outside, at least in my neck of the woods, so this is rock & roll to light a grill to. Drink some beers or corn whiskey. Roll up your secret "special occasions" stash. Plug in and come up with some rockin' shit for The Elevator Sessions. And make sure you let Matias know how much you appreciate his hard work. If it wasn't for him, G.O.M.E. would've faded away long ago. He's kept us alive and thriving and kicking ass with steel-toed Argentinean boots!

Thanks are in order for all the GOMIES still checking us out, especially The Brotherhood listed at the right of this page. Thanks in particular to Cheeto and X-Angel for "supplying new ragers" (© Kill 'Em All).

This the return of both Elevated Radio, and a fully functional G.O.M.E. Let me know what you want to hear.

Thanks again, and cheers!

Big Jack

You know the drill.


Tuesday, March 11, 2008


I thought I was the only one Argentinean who knew and enjoys the mighty YAWNING MAN, well, after hearing this, I do know I'm not alone now.....what this guys pulled is an overwhelming records, with a sound engineering amazingly great for a band of this kind..
(Remember, we are talking about Argentina and his lack off producers& engineers) so nothing to envy the big (?) budget instrumental bands.
Trippy man! I recommend it

1. Hidrofobia
2. Paralexis
3. Acuático
4. Superastor
5. Las cuatro estaciones
6. Aquatalan
7. La nave nodriza
8. Tantra
9. Mantra


PREVIEW ONE SONG HERE (yeah baby, previews are back!!)

Thursday, March 06, 2008


The "other" Argentinean band from the small Argentina's stoner scene, Buffalo, with the former Los Natas's bass player (who plays guitar here). Their second release bring us a more powerful and volatile album, if you are looking for a new sound, you won't find it here, but it's always interesting to hear some Spanish singing rock. The overall production is quite excellent as well.

01. Tourismo*
02. Una casa
03. Guardapantanos*
04. Vertical
05. Infinidad
06. Hombre ciego
07. Karma*
08. Temporada de huracanes
09. Mi propia guerra*
10. El fantasma sobre Rio Grande
11. Ciudad perro

*My favourites

Wednesday, March 05, 2008


Take it or leave it, but I've noticed that pretty much everyone to stumble across our cozy little corny of the blogosphere tends to worship at the altar of Brother Brant. This soundtrack is certainly cool for what it is, but ultimately, you need the entire visual experience of the film to truly appreciate it. There are definitely some highlights here, but a great deal of Sabbia's music is simple demos and outtakes in less-than-crisp quality. That doesn't mean the tracks aren't interesting - I'm just not gonna sit here and say the music by itself is essential Brant Bjork. It's cool to groove to, but for the full experience, head on over to Amazon and order the DVD. Kate McCabe did a fantastic job giving Brother Brant's music visual accompaniment. And there are used copies for like $6.

1. Cobra Jab
2. Cool Abdul
3. Drums & Cocktails
4. El Rolo
5. Fresh Coffee
6. Future Freak
7. Heavy Nature
8. Hinda65 (Return Flight)
9. Joint Ritual
10. Kaleidoscope
11. Let the Truth Be Known
12. Nectar Alamo
13. Palm Tree Reader
14. Rock n' Role
15. Shrine
16. Ultimate Kickback



This one comes to you, the G.O.M.E. Faithful, by way of our main man The Good Captain, of Sonic Daydream and Inner-Head Flight Royale fame - and what a killer contribution it is! How did I miss out on these guys? This is one incredible slab of rock, Gomies. Like I told the Cap'n, this record reminds me of both early MONSTER MAGNET and PANTERA's more groove-based music. I don't want to gush too much, and maybe it's just that I needed to discover something new after a tumultuous couple of weeks, but I find this to be a damn near flawless rock record. Over the course of Viejo Diablo, you'll hear traces of the aforementioned MONSTER MAGNET and PANTERA, as well as KYUSS, HAWKWIND, SABBATH, and even the STONES and STOOGES! Brilliant rock, excellent guitar work, heavy on the smack and trippies, tailor-suited for G.O.M.E., compliments of The Good Cap'n. Dig it.

1. Get Out of My Way
2. Galactic Blues
3. Viejo Diablo
4. Black Stone
5. Cosmic Emperor
6. The Sun
7. New Orleans
8. See You Burn
9. Demon Bitch
10. King of the Hill, Pt. I
11. King of the Hill, Pt. II
12. Super Galactic Gargel Blazter


Sunday, March 02, 2008

DEATH FROM ABOVE 1979 - You're A Woman I'm A Machine (2005)

Definitively not a standard G.O.M.E fare, but man… I don’t know what to post that hasn’t been posted yet on all this “stoner bloggers brotherhood” so, I opted for this that someone labeled as stoner rock, I prefer to call it prog, or just indie but don’t let this last confuse you, this two Canadian guys (drum & bass only) truly rocks…Enjoy

1 Turn It Out
2 Romantic Rights
3 Going Steady
4 Go Home, Get Down
5 Blood On Our Hands
6 Black History Month
7 Little Girl
8 Cold War
9 You're A Woman, I'm A Machine
10 Pull Out
11 Sexy Results