The focus is on new music, not yet top 40. But who knows, maybe it will be someday? We can’t predict the future. Some guitar driven indie rock, industrial metal, doomy sounds and Fire-Toolz.
Not American Top 40 #038 – Difficult Listening
Difficult times call for difficult listening, with sounds from the 90s intersection of industrial and metal, weird electronic body music and sweet sweet noise.
Bliss out to the likes of Murder Inc., Nailbomb, Front 242, Chemlab, DJ Food, Kajem, Merzbow and Big City Orchestra.
Not American Top 40 #037 – Cleaning Out the Inbox
DJ Scummy B is cleaning out his inbox and searching for his stolen tape recorder. So he’s playing newer stuff and no cassette tapes (for obvious reasons) on this edition of Not American Top 40,
Not American Top 40 #036 – Odds and Sods of March
The Odds and Sods of March is the the holiday celebrating the rare 5th Thursday in March. At Not American Top 40 we celebrate with industrial, punk and dub.
Not American Top 40 #035 – Women on Record
In celebration of Women’s History Month, it’s nothing but women artists, all on vinyl.
Not American Top 40 #034 – New Analog
DJ Scummy B takes you on a tour of the new analog music he’s acquired as of late. Just tapes and vinyl, and vinyl and tapes.
Not American Top 40 #33 – Directing Traffic at the Intersection of Jazz, Rock and Soul
In celebration of Black History Month we visit the intersection of jazz, rock and soul.
Not American Top 40 #032 – Hear No Evil: A Tribute to Tom Verlaine
A tribute to Tom Verlaine, who passed on Jan. 28, 2023. Featuring his solo music, Television, cover versions and tunes by comrades and collaborators.
Not American Top 40 #031 – Winter Clearance Sale
DJ Scummy B is emptying the shelves for the Winter Clearance Sale on this week’s Not American Top 40. All this Zorn, Painkiller and Quine has got to go! Out of print, and going out of stock! No reasonable offer refused.
Not American Top 40 #030 – All Original Hits, No Original Stars!
All the original hits, none of the original stars! Join DJ Scummy B for two hours of nothing but covers. Almost featuring The Cars, The Doobie Brothers, Joy Division, and Darrel Haul and Juan Oats.