The show also features a new compilation of strange public-domain film clips assembled by Frank Panucci and information about ShockaCon, the horror, fantasy and sci-fi convention coming up Sept. 20-22 in Charleston. Both bands featured this week will perform at ShockaCon.
The Nanker Phelge is seen performing "The Killer Took A Holiday" and "Winter," both recorded at Dunbar Lanes, which recently reopened under new management and is developing a new performance area. (The band can be seen live locally on Aug. 9 at Roni's Pizza in Elkview, with Blue Million.)
Harrah, one of Charleston's leading metal outfits, recently added Steve Walker as the band's new bass player. The band was recorded in June performing "Nothing Me" at the ECMC "Kick Cancer For Kids" benefit show at the Eagles Club on Charleston's West Side. Harrah will be on the bill at The Blue Parrot on Aug. 3, with Stytch N Time and The Key.
The host locations this week were on Beauregard Street, in Charleston's historic East End, at The Haunted Barn and Kanawha Players Theater, which is the location for ShockaCon.