All Night Radio


Photo by Brian Tamborello
Biography:

Dave Scher and Jimi Hey hail from Los Angeles, California and are founding members of the psychedelic country-minded Beachwood Sparks. In between leaving the group in ’97 and rejoining in 2002, Jimi also turned up in groups such as The Rapture, Tristeza, Strictly Ballroom, and Glass Candy and The Shattered Theater. The two have also moonlighted as members of Lilys. After completing the Beachwood Sparks tour of summer 2002, Dave and Jimi joined forces to create All Night Radio, a band in which they could throw off the musical shackles, so to speak.

The boys have tuned in to what they have dubbed the "Spirit Stereo Frequency" an Omnichronistic Music Source coming in non-stop, on bandwidth signals from the sun; a collision of displaced sound styles from the present, past, and future: soulful ’70s sounds, haunting ghost voices, the excitement of psychedelia, the flashing lights of bioluminescent sea creatures, the majesty of surfboarding, the spirit of B-boy culture, the mighty warmth/deep echoes of Jamaican dub reggae, the power of pop songcraft, the inevitability of robot consciousness etc… are all of equal importance, ya dig?

So do tune in , and your molecules will remember the sound of yet to come!

Biography taken from http://www.flyingradiobats.com

Members:
Dave Scher – vocals, guitar, pedal steel guitar, keyboards, sound effects
Jimi Hey – vocals, drums, bass, glockenspiel, tambourine, percussion, additional sounds
Discography:
Spirit Stereo Frequency
[sp0623]
Sub Pop Records
2004
CD/LP
Discogs entry
All Night Radio b/w Flying Radio Bat Factory
[sp0631]
Sub Pop Records
2003
12"
Discogs entry
Audio/video:
Daylight Til’ Dawn (from Spirit Stereo Frequency)
You’ll Be On Your Own (27 sec live clip from Spaceland, LA) [Quick Time]
All Night Radio live at KCRW: Morning Becomes Eclectic [RealVideo]
Links:
Official All Night Radio web site Site closed!
All Night Radio @ SubPop.com
Release site for Spirit Stereo Frequency
All Night Radio interview
All Night Radio interview
Discogs entry