Post-Trash is beyond thrilled to present Post-Trash: Volume Four, the latest in our yearly charitable promo compilation series. The idea on our end is simple: spread good music throughout the world and do some good in the process.
Our latest episode explodes the wide world of music festivals. With SXSW quickly approaching we talk about memories from other festivals, though oddly don’t talk about SXSW at all. There’s some good stories and chatter, plus even better new music from Big Business, Shady Bug, Parsnip, Buck Gooter, and Grim Streaker.
Buck Gooter’s heart and soul resides in the comparatively stoic sixty-four year old guitarist/singer Terry Turtle. The sight of Terry onstage shredding and belting like he never passed twenty is guaranteed to linger in concert-goers heads long after Buck Gooter leaves the stage. After more than ten years of playing together Billy decided to team up with Harrisonburg based videographer Joey Bell to create The Man Named Turtle as a way of unwrapping and contextualizing the history of such a unique musician.