Red Moon Radio – EPISODE FOUR – The Tailbreakers

Episode Four of Red Moon Radio features Toronto, Canada’s The Tailbreakers, sharing their love of 60s psychedelic rock and talking about cassettes vs. vinyl, the music scene in Toronto, and their goal of getting audiences on their feet dancing!

The Tailbreakers – The Tailbreakers – Poisoned
Interview with Gabi, Ariel and Seb of The Tailbreakers
GUEST DJ SET FROM THE TAILBREAKERS – Os Morgans – Os Morgans – Opus
GUEST DJ SET FROM THE TAILBREAKERS – Chocolate Watch Band – No Way Out – In the Midnight Hour
GUEST DJ SET FROM THE TAILBREAKERS – The Loot – Singles As and Bs – Baby Come Closer
GUEST DJ SET FROM THE TAILBREAKERS – The Music Machine – Turn On… – Trouble
GUEST DJ SET FROM THE TAILBREAKERS – The 13th Floor Elevators – The Psychedelic Sounds of The 13th Floor Elevators – You’re Gonna Miss Me
GUEST DJ SET FROM THE TAILBREAKERS – Blues Magoos – We Ain’t Got Nothin’ Yet – She’s Coming Home
The Tailbreakers – The Tailbreakers – Boneshaker
The Tailbreakers – The Tailbreakers – Electric Monkey
The Tailbreakers – The Tailbreakers – Rooster Call
The Tailbreakers – The Tailbreakers – Shake It
The Tailbreakers – The Tailbreakers – Sonic Ride
The Tailbreakers – The Tailbreakers – Tres Jinetes

Check out The Tailbreakers’ video for Electric Monkey

And their video for Rooster Call

Follow The Tailbreakers on Bandcamp at ongakubakarecords.bandcamp.com/album/the-tailbreakers, on Facebook at facebook.com/TheTailbreakers, on Twitter at twitter.com/thetailbreakers, and on Instagram at instagram.com/the_tailbreakers. Don’t forget to check out The Tailbreakers’ debut album, available on limited edition red cassette or as a download through their Bandcamp page!

For more really great music, check out Ongakubaka Records at ongakubaka.com, on Bandcamp at ongakubakarecords.bandcamp.com, on Facebook at facebook.com/OngakubakaRecords, on Twitter at twitter.com/OngakubakaRcrds, and on Instagram at instagram.com/ongakubakarecords.

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Erin

Remember the girl that worked at the record store who could talk your ear off about your favourite band? The one you always ran into at local shows and who had a program on college radio? That was me.

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