Members of the Scottish band visit the station to explain how their origins in classical music led them into the indescribable noise known as the Dog Faced Hermans. Singer Marion Coutts explains how being in an almost unconscious state helps her be able to deliver such energetic performances. Quite the opposite, percussionist Wilf Plum explains why he feels pressure while performing live. The interview also includes a rare live performance!
An entire show dedicated to the multitalented artist Lydia Lunch. Best known for singing in Teenage Jesus and the Jerks, Lunch moved from music to spoken word and even writing, directing, and staring in a number of films. Host Penny reads from an interview with Lunch from the anthology Angry Women. The interview displays Lunch’s opinions on women, politics, and even love. Also read is a critique on Lunch included in the fanzine Maximumrocknroll in April 19, 1989.
HERE IS A STATION ID LYDIA DID FOR THE RADIO SHOW AACK