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Love. It's a crazy thing. It materializes out of nothingness, manifests itself in a bunch of weird and wonderful ways, and matures over time like a great pair of jeans. It can be unconditional. And it can be unrequited. It can be forever or just for a flash. One thing if for sure: when love hits ya, it lets ya know you ain't dead yet. Far from it.

In Volume 22 of SOUND⚡WAVES, DJ Waves takes us on a whirlwind tour of grungy love-soaked rock, distorted psychedelia and old school Motown that's sure to add some Steeltown ambience to whatever y'all are getting up to this Valentines weekend. It's like Steeltown is right here with ya, at the foot of the bed, making sure the mood doesn't go anywhere. Creeped out? You should be. Unless yer into that sorta thing...

Featuring Al Green, The Doors, Petunia & The Vipers, L.A. Witch, The Kinks, Stevie Nicks, Beck, Jefferson Airplane, The Moody Blues and more.

Curated by DJ Waves
Presented by Steeltown Garage
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The Bikeriders: The 1960s photography that inspired the film

The Bikeriders by Jeff Nichols and starring Jodie Comer, Austin Butler, Tom Hardy, and Norman Reedus, has been entertaining audiences for months now. But many people are surprised to hear that the film was actually inspired by a 1968 photo series by American photographer and filmmaker Danny Lyon.

Natsukashii - a vintage Japanese Kayōkyoku playlist by Steeltown

Definitely our strangest playlist yet. Before Japanese Idols and J-Pop there was Kayōkyoku. A genre of music influenced heavily by western rock and roll and usually had easy to follow melodies, sentimental narratives and straight forward lyrics designed to be relatable to the everyday Japanese person. 

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