WFMU Recent Airplay list, June 20, 2013
We've upgraded our twice-monthly mailouts of WFMU's Heavy Airplay Lists! Now, we will include everything that's been flowed through WFMU's new bin and list comprehensive heavy-to-light listings, so you can get a better idea over the top 30 of what we've been playing here, and the genre lists are back. If you have any problems viewing, or questions in general, feel free to hit me up at And please keep sending materials for review to the address below.

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Heavy Airplay, July 18, 2013
WIRE - Change Becomes Us (Pink Flag)
CLOTHILDE - French Swinging Mademoiselle 1967 (Born Bad)
DUST - Hard Attack / Dust (Legacy )
KLAUS DINGER + JAPANDORF - Klaus Dinger + Japandorf (Gronland)
THEE OH SEES - Floating Coffin (Castle Face)
ANIKA - EP (Stones Throw)
PURLING HISS - Water On Mars (Drag City)
OS MUTANTES - The Sixth Finger: Singles, Rarities and Outtakes 1965-68 (No Label)
TERRY RILEY / DON CHERRY - Live Kohn 1975 (No Label)
SIGHTINGS - Terribly Well (Dais)
GENE CLARK - Here Tonight: The White Light Demos (Omnivore)
SPACEHEADS - Sun Radar EP (Electric Brass)
VARIOUS - Hall of Fame Volume 2 (Fame/Kent)
PHOAMING EDISON - This (Marble Moat )
VARIOUS - Spiky Dread Issue One (Rongo Rongo)
LEON THOMAS - The Creator 1969-1973: Best of the Flying Dutchman Masters (BGP / Ace)
TOY LOVE - Toy Love (Captured Tracks / Flying Nun)

GNOD - Chaudelande (Rocket Recordings)
MUDHONEY - Vanishing Point (Sub Pop)
VARIOUS - Ethnic Minority Music of Southern China (Sublime Frequencies)
DENIZ TEK - Detroit (Career)
PYRAMIDION/BONG - The Gargle Decree (Flabbergasted Vatican) (No Label)
PELT - Effigy (Mie)
ORCHESTRE POLY-RYTHMO DE COTONOU - Volume 3: The Skeletal Essences of Voodoo Funk (Analog Africa)
THE SOUND OF ANTLER - Them Bones (Hark!)
RANDY & THE GOATS - On The Lam (Broken)
ANTHROPROPHH - Anthroprophh (Rocket )
ZOMES - Time Was (Thrill Jockey )
TRUE SONS OF THUNDER - Black Astrologers (Goner)
100 FLOWERS - 100 Flowers (Superior Viaduct)

Medium Airplay
WAX IDOLS - Discipline + Desire (Slumberland)
HAWKWIND - Leave No Star Unturned (Dirter)
PONCTUATION - 27 Club (Bonsound)
MOUTHBREATHERS - Nowhere Else To Go (Slovenly)
IKE TURNER - Studio Productions: New Orleans & Los Angeles 1963-1965 (Ace)
COUNTER INTUITS - Counter Intuits (Pyramind Scheme)
KURT VILE - Wakin On a Pretty Daze (Matador)
BRETT NAUCKE - The Visitor (Nihilist)
IDEA FIRE COMPANY - Postcards (The Anti-Naturals/Swill Radio)
ACTEURS - Acteurs (Public Information)
ASTOR - Alcor (Kye)
VARIOUS - El Paso Rock Volume 4: Thunder - Border Town Rock 1958-62 (Norton)
VARIOUS - Kassidat: Raw 45s from Morocco (Dust-to-Digital)
YANNIS KYRIAKIDES - Resorts & Ruins (Unsounds)
VIOLENT CHANGE - Violent Change (Catholic Guilt)
VARIOUS - Ex-Yu Electronica, Vol. III: Diktatura, Humor, Agresija (Monofonika)
BOOTBLACKS - Untitled (Eve Of The Last Migration)
THE DEAD C / RANGDA - The Dead C / Rangda (Ba Da Bing!)
LEE HAZLEWOOD - Trouble Is a Lonesome Town (Light In the Attic)
THE FALLEN LEAVES - If Only We'd Known (Parliament)
KEITH TIPPETT GROUP - You Are Here...I Am There (Esoteric)
TENNISCOATS - All Aboard! (Chapter Music)
GIRLS NAMES - The New Life (Slumberland)
PIKELET - Not So Still (Special Award)
CLINTON HENSLEY - Tripping Over Pillows (Stop//Gap)
THE STATIC TICS - My Favorite Tics (Z6)
VARIOUS - Thanks For The Add! Vol. 1 (Headphonica)
YATHA BHUTA JAZZ COMBO - Universe Is Love (All City)
SMEGMA - Ever and Anon (Ultramarine)
PALMA VIOLETS - 180 (Rough Trade)
PLINTH - Collected Machine Music (Time Released Sound)
BARNEY WILEN - Moshi Too (Sonorama)
SHUGGIE OTIS - Inspiraion Information + Wings of Love (Epic / Legacy )
LIGEIA MARE - 1 (No Label)
MARNIE STERN - The Chronicles of Marnia (Kill Rock Stars)
JACE CLAYTON - The Julius Eastman Memory Depot (New Amsterdam)
VARIOUS - Imaginational Anthem Volume 6: Origins of American Primitive Guitar (Tompkins Square)
LOS VIGILANTES - Me Siento Azul (Slovenly)
KAWABATA MAKOTO'S MAINLINER - Revelation Space (Riot Season)
SHAYNA DULBERGER - Ache & Flutter (Empty Room)
CACHE - Cache (No Label)
CURHA - Selected C-Sides (B.L.I.M.)
VARIOUS - The Devil Is Busy In Knoxville (Mississippi)
KHLAM - Sverkh Novy Sverkh Russkie (United Sound Art)
BAXTER STOCKMAN - Punter (Ektro)
VIJAY IYER / PRASANNA / NITIN MITTA - Tirtha (The Act Company)
JIMMY C. & THE CHELSEA FIVE - Play With Fire (13 O'Clock)
WHITE FENCE - Cyclops Reap (Castle Face)
ACTION SWINGERS - Miserable Life (Total Punk)
BIG BOYS - Where's My Towel/Industry Standard (Light In the Attic/Modern Classics)
MARVO MEN - Give Me Some Idea of the Boys At Work (Chocolate Monk)
JEFF KEEN - Noise Art (Trunk)
VARIOUS - Sorrow Comes Pass Me Around (Dust-to-Digital)
VARIOUS - El Barrio: Latin Disco (Fania)
DIE ZORROS - Future (Voodoo Rhythm)
BONOBO - The North Borders. (Ninja Tune)
MILK MUSIC - Cruise Your Illusion (Fat Possum)
EXHAUSTION - Future Eaters (Aarght)
MANATEES - Cat Food (Goner)
REINHOLD FRIEDL - Mutanza (Bocian)
UH BONES - Only You (Randy)
RICH RISTAGNO - What Would It Be Like To Be Rich (Drag City)
G. GREEN - Our Boss (A Wicked Company)
DOUG SEIDEL - Distractors (No Label)
DAVID GRUBBS - The Plain Where The Palace Stood (Drag City)
WAVVES - Afraid of Heights (Warner Brothers)
CAMBODIAN SPACE PROJECT - Not Easy Rock & Roll (Metal Postcards)
IRON DOGS - Cold Bitch (Dying Victims)
STEVE GUNN - Time Off (Paradise of Bachelors)
OM - Advaitic Dubplate (Drag City)
NAILS - Abandon All Life (Southern Lord)
JAMIE LIDELL - Jamie Lidell (Warp)
VARIOUS - L.I.E.S. Presents American Noise Vol. 1 (Long Island Electrical Systems)
VARIOUS - El Barrio: Sounds From the Spanish Harlem Streets (Fania)
CSC FUNK BAND - Funkincense (Electric Cowbell)
THE FEELING OF LOVE - Reward Your Grace (Born Bad)
ODDISEE - People Hear What They See (Mello Music Group)
DEBASHISH BHATTACHARYA - Beyond the Ragaspherw (WMN)
CLOSE ERASE - R.I.P. Complete Recordings 1995-2007 (Plastic Strip Press)
STACIAN - Songs For Cadets (Moniker)
LEE FIELDS AND THE EXPRESSIONS - Faithful Man (Truth & Soul)
BOB DYLAN - Wigwam (Columbia)
CHRIS STAMEY - Lovesick Blues (Yep Roc)
ENSEMBLE PEARL - Ensemble Pearl (Drag City)
CONNECTIONS - Cindy, Jeni & Johnny (ANYWAY)
ANNA HILLBURG - Anna Hullburg (California Clap)
THE HOME OF EASY CREDIT - The Home of Easy Credit (Northern-Spy)
ZEDASHE - Intangible Pearls (Multiflora)
VARIOUS - Perfect Like Angels: Raw African-American Gospel on 45 RPM 1962-1980 (Social Music)
MERCHANDISE - Total Nite (Night-People)
HISS GOLDEN MESSENGER - Hiss Golden Messenger (Paradise of Bachelors)
LAPALUX - Nostalchic (Brainfeeder)
KLEENEX GIRL WONDER - Let It Buffer (This Will Be Our Summer)
TOMMY KEENE - Back To Zero Now (12XU)
RAMBLE TAMBLE - Secret Museum of Kind Men Vol. 2 (Casual Acid Tea)
LOU PROFA - Nove Kreacije (No Label)
MATT SHADETEK - The Empire Never Ended (Dutty Artz)
PLAN B - ill MANORS (679 Recordings)
TOMOKO SAUVAGE - Ombrophilia (Aposiopese)
SLAVIC SOUL PARTY! - New York Underground Tapes (Barbes)
LIFE COACH - Alphawaves (Thrill Jockey)
KLAUS SCHULZE & GUNTER SCHICKERT - The Schulze-Schickert Session (Mupymup)
CERAMIC DOG - Your Turn (Northern-Spy)
LITTLE ANNIE / BABY DEE - State Of Grace (Tin Angel)

Light Airplay
CHARLIE POOLE & THE HIGHLANDERS - The Complete Paramount & Brunswick Recordings 1929 (Tompkins Square)
IRON AND WINE - Ghost On Ghost (Nonesuch)
K-X-P - II (Melodic)
BARN OWL - V (Thrill Jockey)
PAINT FUMES - Sally Smoked Dope (Slovenly)
BENEATH OBLIVION - From Man To Dust (The Mylene Sheath)
BEAT 4 - Habia Una Vez (Normal)
MOTHER SUSURRUS - Maahaavaa (Ektro)
VARIOUS - Sound Art China: Revolutions Per Minute (Post-Concrete)
BIG DIPPER - Joke Outfit (Almost Ready)
ZEITKRATZER - Grand Orchestra (Tochnit-Aleph)
VARIOUS - Beat At Cinecitta Volume 2 (Crippled Dick Hot Wax)
TERRY MALTS - Living With The Human Race b/w Over 21 (Windian Records)
RAYMOND SCOTT - Raymond Scott Songbook (Daisyworld)
THE PARANOID CRITICAL REVOLUTION - Euphobia (Systems Neutalizers)
GOSPEL GOSSIP - Gospel Gossip (Old Blackberry Way)
ANDREW DRURY - Renditions: Solos 2004 - 2007 (Creative Source Recordings)
IMPLODES - Recurring Dream (Kranky)
CRANK STURGEON & LINELAND - Other Occasions Not Minded (Mutable Sound)
PAINTING SOLDIERS - Wet Woods (No Label)
HENRY DOKTORSKI - The Complete Works Of Guido Deiro (Bridge)
JAVELIN - Hi Beams (Luaka Bop)
HELMUT LACHENMANN - ,,...Zwei Gefuhle... (Mode)
DVA - Pretty Ugly (Hyperdub)
BORNGRABER & STRUVER - Clouds (M=Minimal)
O BANDO - O Bando (Shadoks Music)
MUSLIMGAUZE - Satyajit Eye (Staalplaat)
VARIOUS - The Cool-Aid Benefit Album (Light In the Attic)
BUCK BILOXI & THE FUCKS - I'm a Genius/I'm a Disaster (Pelican Pow Wow)
WYMYNS PRYSYN - Waste Your Life (Pygmy)
GEL SET / WINDBREAKER - Split 12 (Seehrs)
CANKUN - Culture of Pink (Hands In the Dark)
CONVERGE - All We Love We Leave Behind (Epitaph)
BOMBINO - Nomad (Nonesuch)
LITTLE WOMEN - Lung (AUM Fidelity)
LIVIDS - Your House or the Courthouse (Slovenly)
VULTURE SHIT - I Love the Way He Touches Hit Computer (
R. STEVIE MOORE - I Missed July (S&P)
CHARNETT MOFFETT - The Bridge (Motema)
MAD MONK & APACHE DROPOUT - My Wild Life (Family Vineyard)
ORA COGAN - Ribbon Vine (Hairy Spider Legs)
VULGAARI - Vulgaari (Los Discos Mas Peligrosos)
HEADWAR - Touche Pas L'enfant (Tanzprocesz / Et Mon Cul C'est Du Tofu? / Aredje / Attila Tralala / Label Brique)
JENNIFER CASTLE - Castlemusic (No Quarter)
GO GENRE EVERYTHING - Domestic Dreams and Robots (Vacant Valley)
HECTOR LAVOE - Anthology (Fania)
THE LEWIS CONECTION - The Lewis Conection (Numero Group)
LIVING BY LANTERNS - New Myth/Old Science (Cuneiform)
A FULL COSMIC SOUND - A Full Cosmic Sound (Fabrica)
CRIME AND THE CITY SOLUTION - American Twilight (Mute)
MICHAEL ATTIAS - Spun Tree (Clean Feed)
JOHN PARISH - Screenplay (Thrill Jockey)
BILLY BRAGG - Tooth & Nail (Cooking Vinyl)
ZS - Grain (Northern-Spy )
WEST HILL BLAST QUARTET - Blast #1 (Foolproof Projects)
DEATHSTORM - As Death Awakes (I Hate)
ORCHESTRA SUPER MAZEMBE - Mazembe @ 45 RPM Vol. 1 (Stern's Africa)
THE BUNYIP MOON - World (No Label)
LYRES - A Promise Is a Promise (Munster)
DEBRUIT - From the Horizon Remixed (Civil Music)
PRODUCTOR MUTANTE - Compilado (No Label)
ID M THEFT ABLE + JAY -Z - A Dull Lit Spigot To Frown on O'Clocks (Kraag )
DAVID LIEBE HART AND ADAM PAPAGAN - Trains of the Past and Present (No Label)
DEAD GHOSTS - I Sleep Alone (Randy)
CHEICK HAMALA DIABATE - Prudence (Multiflora)
FRANK ZAPPA - I'm the Slime (Barking Pumpkin)
RAT KING - Godsend (Y202)
HUE BLANC'S JOYLESS ONES - Bearing On The Moor b/w Pant and Heave (Certified PR)
SENSATE FOCUS - Sensate Focus 5 (Sensate Focus)
RIVUSCHIE STRUNY - Pra Lyubov T.D.'s & T.P. (Monotone)
PSUDOKU - Space Grind (625 Thrash / Crucificados)
WRETCHED WORST - Wose Than Jail (Prison Tatt)
MAGA BO - Quilombo Do Futuro Remixed (Post World Industries)
HERO DISHONEST - Alle Lujaa (Peterwalkee)
THE HUSSY - Turn It Three b/w Firelung (Certified PR)
CATHOLIC SPRAY - Earth Slime (Born Bad)
ANDREW COLTRANE - Voice Studies 04 (My Dance The Skull)
YORK FACTORY COMPLAINT - Impression (Secular)
ASIAN WOMEN ON THE TELEPHONE - Holotropic Break (Warded Halls)
ART OF BURNING WATER - This Disgrace (Riot Season)
DOPE BODY - Saturday (Drag City)
INTER ARMA - Destroyer (Toxic Assets)
VINNY GOLIA QUARTET - Take Your Time (Relative Pitch)
SINDRE BJERGA - Voice Studies 09 (My Dance The Skull)
KAHIL EL'ZABAR QUARTET - What It Is! (Delmark)
CONSCIOUS SUMMARY - Hurtful Lover (No Label)
TEREKKE - Damn (Long Island Electrical Systems)
JOHN EDWARDS / OKKYUNG LEE - White Cable (Fataka)
CYCLIC FREELOAD UNIT - My Ram Is Sick (No Label)
NEEDLE CRAFT - Needle Craft (Wantage USA)
SURPLUS 1980 - Arterial Ends Here (Dephine Knormal )
DEADSTRING BROTHERS - Cannery Row (Bloodshot)
KURT WEILL - The Recording Lost from the Pageant Railroads on Parade (Transcription)
MICAH - I'm Only One Man (Normal)
JOHN WESLEY COLEMAN - Whisper Mountain (Spacecase)
THE SARSEN CIRCLE - Reorganised by Philip Jeck (Touch )
LOS RAKAS - Chancletas Y Camisetas Bordada (Soy Raka)
ANDREY KIRITCHENKO - Chrysalis (Nexsound)

7" Singles List
MOUTHBREATHERS - Nowhere Else To Go (Slovenly)
TRUE SONS OF THUNDER - Black Astrologers (Goner)
ACTION SWINGERS - Miserable Life (Total Punk)
JIMMY C. & THE CHELSEA FIVE - Play With Fire (13 O'Clock)
LOS VIGILANTES - Mi Siento Azul (Slovenly)
UH BONES - Only You (Randy)
MANATEES - Cat Food (Goner)
G. GREEN - Our Boss (A Wicked Company)
TOMMY KEENE - Back To Zero Now (12XU)
RAMBLE TAMBLE - Secret Museum of Kind Man Vol. 2 (Casual Acid Tea)

RPM List
VARIOUS - Ex-Yu Electronica Vol. III: Diktatura, Humor, Agresija (Monofonika)
CURHA - Selected C-Sides (B.L.I.M.)
BONOBO - The North Borders (Ninja Tune)
MUSLIMGAUZE - Satyajit Eye (Staalplaat)
MATIAS AGUAYO - The Visitor (Comeme)
DEAN BLUNT - The Redeemer (Os:So)
VARIOUS: Fac. Dance 02: Factory Records 12 (Strut)
SYCLOPS - A Blink of An Eye (Running Back)
INTOLERANCE - Intolerance (Synthetic Shadows)

FOUR DOOR - 12 (No Label)
AOKI TAKAMASA - RV8 (Raster-Noton)

Jazz List
TERRY RILEY & DON CHERRY - Live Koln 1975 (No Label)
KEITH TIPPETT GROUP - You Are Here, I Am There (Esoteric)
YATHA BHUTA JAZZ COMBO - Universe Is Love (All City)
CLOSE ERASE - R.I.P. Complete Recordings 1995-2007 (Plastic Strip Press)
CHARNETT MOFFETT - The Bridge (Motema)

SEXMOB - Cinema, Circus & Spaghetti (Royal Potato Family)
S.O.S. - Looking For the Next One (Cuneiform)
THAT'S WHY - The Best of (Jazzman)
MIKE PRIDE - Birthing Days (AUM Fidelity)
MARY HALVOSON SEPTET - Illusionary Sea (Firehouse 12)

Loud List
DUST - Hard Attack/Dust (Legacy)
SIGHTINGS - Terribly Well (Dais)
GNOD - Chaudelande (Rocket Recordings)
ANTHROPROPHH - Anthroprophh (Rocket Recordings)
BRETT NAUCKE - The Visitor (Nihilist)
VIOLENT CHANGE - Violent Change (Catholic Guilt)
KAWABATA MAKOTO'S MAINLINER - Revelation Space (Riot Season)
IRON DOGS - Cold Bitch (Dying Victims)
NAILS - Abandon All Life (Southern Lord)
BUCK BILOXI & THE FUCKS - I'm a Genius/I'm a Disaster (Pelican Pow Wow)

World List
OS MUTANTES - The Sixth Finger: Singles, Rarities, and Outtakes 1965-68 (No Label)
VARIOUS - Ethnic Minority Music of Southern China (Sublime Frequencies)
ORCHESTRE POLY-RYTHMO DE COTONOU - Vol. 3: The Skeletal Essences of Voodoo Funk (Analog Africa)
VARIOUS - Kassidat: Raw 45s from Morocco (Dust-To-Digital)
CAMBODIAN SPACE PROJECT - Not Easy Rock & Roll (Metal Postcards)
DEBASHISH BHATTACHARYA - Beyond the Ragasphere (WMN)
VARIOUS - Sound Art China: Revolutions Per Minute (Post-Concrete)

HAILY MERGIA & HIS CLASSIC INSTRUMENT - Shemonmuanay (Awesome Tapes From Africa)
VARIOUS - Live From Festival Au Desert Timbuktu (Clermont)

Cassette List
A FULL COSMIC SOUND - A Full Cosmic Sound (Fabrica)
ID M THEFT ABLE + JAY Z - A Dull Lit Spigot To Frown On O'Clocks (Kraag)
PRODUCTOR MUTANTE - Compilado (No Label)
SINDRE BJERGA - Voice Studies 09 (My Dance the Skull)
ANDREW COLTRANE - Voice Studies 04 (My Dance the Skull)
YORK FACTORY COMPLAINT - Impression (Secular)
ASIAN WOMEN ON THE TELEPHONE - Holotropic Break (Warded Halls)

MEDVED - Archives I (Preved)
POD BLOTZ - Timeless (Dungeon Taxis)

The Mouthbreathers 
Saturday, July 20th, 3pm - 6pm
The Cherry Blossom Clinic with Terre T
The Cherry Blossom Clinic is stoked to welcome a live session from The Mouthbreathers straight out of Lawrence, KS! These guys play rough, scuzzy garage punk infused with a creepy crawl Ubu/Hawkwind psych out vibe. After a trio of impressive seven inches, their forthcoming debut full-length on In The Red is sure to blow minds, so check them out live on Sat July 20 from 3-6pm on the Cherry Blossom Clinic!

The Mantles
Saturday, July 20th, 9pm - Midnight
Hello Children with Faye
San Francisco's jangly-est pop outfit The Mantles visit the WFMU studios for an infallibly good-mood inducing live set. Their latest record "Long Enough to Leave" out earlier this year made it to WFMU's heavily played records list faster than you can say "Slumberland." Turn up your radio this Saturday night at any midsummer party & all your company will be sure to thank you.

Linda Draper
Monday, July 22nd, Noon - 3pm
on Irene Trudel's show

From a father who studied guitar with Segovia to a credible guitarist/singer/songwriter on her own, Linda Draper developed her own timeless style through renaissance fairs and church choirs. Producer Kramer took a liking to her style of songwriting, working with Draper on her first three albums. On her newest, "Edgewise," produced by Matt Keating, her spare songs are embellished with full band arrangements, hinting at influences like Leonard Cohen, Joni Mitchell, and Nick Drake. Linda Draper drops by to play some of her new songs solo.

Monday, July 22nd, 9pm - Midnight
Airborne Event with Dan Bodah
Deveykus are a Philly-based avant jazz doom band led by experimental trombonist Dan Blacksberg. Their new record, Pillar Without Mercy, just came out on the Tzadik label. Deveykus means "to cleave" to G-D, and is also the name of a style of Hasidic nigunim song and the ecstatic trance state it creates. Tune in to hear the band bring Jewish music fully into the world of experimental doom metal on Airborne Event on July 22nd.

Scratch Famous & Alex From Tokyo (Small Change fills in for Duane)
Wednesday, July 24th, Noon - 3pm
Nickel and Dime Radio with $mall ¢hange
Small Change presents a double barrel of fun with Scratch Famous, who neither scratches nor is very famous, but is the proprietor of the Deadly Dragon record shop in Chinatown, one of the best and deepest reggae stores on the planet, and also a great reissue label. Also joining us is Alex From Tokyo, who is one half of the production duo Tokyo Black Star, and one of the best disco/house DJs out there, hands down.

Joe Frank - Unfictional Radio Dramas
Wednesday, July 24th, 3pm - 6pm
Irwin's show
Another new Joe Frank radio drama will air on Irwin's program July 24. These half-hour programs, produced for KCRW's "Unfictional" series, were acquired for WFMU through the Public Radio Exchange. Each episode explores Joe Frank's dark thoughts and candid observations. The dramatic quality of these new episodes matches the best of Frank's previous work heard on WFMU. The sixth new drama, "Reality Check," will air Weds. July 24 at 4pm (Eastern). After this episode, Irwin will begin airing archived installments of Joe Frank's half-hour IN THE DARK series each Wednesday at 4pm for the remainder of the summer.

Live broadcast from Maxwell's on Bar/None Records night!
Wednesday, July 24th, 9pm - Midnight
The Evan "Funk" Davies Show
Maxwell's, the Hoboken mainstay and longtime dear friend of WFMU, is closing its doors at the end of July. Come down and join Evan "Funk" Davies and other WFMU friends in the front room lounge on Wednesday night, July 24 -- Bar/None Records night! -- to celebrate Maxwell's incredible 30+ year run as one of the premier music venues in the US. Numerous Bar/None artists, including The Health & Happiness Show, Freedy Johnston & Band, and Chris Stamey with Anton Fier and Gene Holder, will be performing in the back room; we expect that many of them (as well as other mystery guest stars!) will find their way to the space that was once home to the famous "Folk And Fondue" series to share their thoughts about Maxwell's and maybe play an acoustic song or two for the WFMU listening audience. Be a part of Maxwell's final week by coming down to the show in person (Maxwell's is at 1039 Washington St. in Hoboken) or by tuning in to WFMU at 9pm on Wednesday, July 24!

Author and Vocalist of The FIX: Steve Miller
Thursday, July 25th, Noon - 3pm
Diane's Kamikaze Fun Machine
Steve Miller, vocalist of THE FIX from Lansing MI- one of Touch and Go's earliest bands, will be making an appearance on PEER PRESSURE with Diane. He has just published a book: Detroit Rock City; The Uncensored History of Rock 'n' Roll in America's Loudest City, which we'll delve into the research and writing process of, as well as featuring a playlist that will probably factor in a lot of the players in the book! Listeners will be able to ask him questions via the live playlist on our website. Tune In!

Drew DeNicola – director of the Big Star documentary “Nothing Can Hurt Me.”
Saturday, July 27th, 11am - 1pm
on Michael Shelley's show

Michael chats with Drew DeNicola whose new documentary "Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me" chronicles the commercial failure, subsequent massive critical acclaim, and enduring legacy of pop music's greatest cult phenomenon, Big Star.

Hackamore Brick
Saturday, July 27th, 3pm - 6pm
The Cherry Blossom Clinic with Terre T
The Cherry Blossom Clinic is thrilled to welcome a live session from the legendary Hackamore Brick to the WFMU airwaves! This Brooklyn band's 1970 album "One Kiss Leads to Another" is a lost classic, combining a primo Velvets grind with Kinks-level songwriting and drew raves at the time from Lenny Kaye and Richard Meltzer. The LP has just been remastered and reissued by Real Gone Music and the band is doing shows to commemorate its being available for the first time in over 30 years. If you're a long-time fan or new to the legend, be sure to listen to the Cherry Blossom Clinic with Terre T on 7/27 and check them out live!

The Clairvoyants
Sunday, July 28th, Midnight - 3am
on Scones Radio

The Clairvoyants are a vital part of the UK techno scene. Since 2008, the DJ trio has held down a weekly spot on London's legendary Rinse FM, specializing in uniquely dark and pulsating sounds that are by turns hypnotic and aggressive. They've recorded an exclusive guest mix for Scones, which will be aired on July 28th -- don't sleep!

The Wingdale Community Singers
Monday, July 29th, 9pm - Midnight
Airborne Event with Dan Bodah
The Wingdale Community Singers is where core trio Rick Moody (author of The Ice Storm and essay collection On Celestial Music), singer Hannah Marcus, and guitarist/composer David Grubbs bring deep Brooklyn harmonies and old time folk moves to life. They'll come to WFMU on July 29th to share tunes including pieces from their third record, Night, Sleep, Death.

Joe Frank - In the Dark: "Green Cadillac"
Wednesday, July 31st, 3pm - 6pm
Irwin's show
Following the wrap-up on July 24th of the new Joe Frank Unfictional radio dramas, on July 31 Irwin will begin rebroadcasting selected episodes of Joe's half-hour IN THE DARK series. The broadcasts will run thru the rest of the summer. The episode entitled "Green Cadillac" airs Weds. July 31st at 4pm (Eastern). In this story, Joe unknowingly purchases a classic auto that turns out to have been stolen, and a series of strange encounters follow.

Sonny Curtis
Saturday, August 3rd, 11am - 1pm
on Michael Shelley's show

Michael welcomes Sonny Curtis back to the show - a member of Buddy Holly's Crickets and the writer of "I Fought The Law", "Walk Right Back", “More Than I Can Say”, "A Fool Never Learns", "Rock Around With Ollie Vee"& The Mary Tyler Moore theme "Love Is All Around"!

Joe Frank - In the Dark: "Raymond"
Wednesday, August 7th, 3pm - 6pm
Irwin's show
Installments of Joe Frank's radio series IN THE DARK air each Wednesday at 4pm (Eastern) on Irwin's program. The episode entitled "Raymond" airs Weds. August 6th. In this tense drama, Joe extends a helping hand to a homeless man, but the gesture turns into a nightmare when the vagrant sets up quarters behind Joe's house.

The Party Faithful
Thursday, August 8th, 3am - 6am
on Dark Night of the Soul with Julie

After a hiatus following their first full-length album, Gold Light, New York's The Party Faithful are back playing and recording and, lucky for us, coming into the WFMU studios. Their catchy,singable tunes mesh sixties-reminiscent melodies with glam-flavored guitar that occasionally drifts into hard rock territory.

Monday, August 12th, 9pm - Midnight
Airborne Event with Dan Bodah
Broadcloth is a chamber trio consisting of vocalist Anne Rhodes, cellist Nathan Bontrager, and accordionist Adam Matlock. The trio improvises and plays from nontraditional scores including graphic scores hand-embroidered by Anne. All of the members also work closely in other groups, including various projects with composer Anthony Braxton.

7" Singles special with Tom Lax of Siltbreeze Records
Tuesday, August 13th, 3pm - 6pm
Brian Turner's show
The annual visit from our pal Tom Lax, bringing up yet another assortment of obscuro and extremely special 7" singles wax from Siltbreeze headquarters in Philadelphia. If you've checked out this special in past years you know that you will certainly be hearing a lot of DIY/post-punk and general oddball stuff you will probably not hear anywhere else (and see as well, as we will be posting the sleeve art on the playlist page live). Not to be missed!

Mad Nanna
Tuesday, August 20th, 3pm - 6pm
on Brian Turner's show

Strung-out, electric downer drift in the form of Mad Nanna, winging their way from Melbourne, Australia for a US tour and a live session on Brian's show today. Once aptly described as "battered folk", this combo should tickle the brainlobes of avowed fans of such loose thinkers as the Dead C, Shadow Ring, Jandek, and the Godz. They've generally resided in the lo-to-no-fi realm on various releases on labels like Unwucht, Soft Abuse, and Wormwood Grasshopper; a rare opportunity to hear them in a bareboned live studio setting this afternoon on WFMU.

Ian McLagan
Saturday, August 31st, 11am - 1pm
on Michael Shelley's show

Michael chats with Ian McLagan, legendary keyboard player for The Faces & The Small faces who lives in Austin Texas these days and is busier then ever fronting his own band, painting, writing books and playing on sessions.

The Chapin Sisters
Monday, September 9th, 9pm - Midnight
Airborne Event with Dan Bodah
Tune in when musical sisters Lily and Abigail Chapin, daughters of the musical Chapin family, visit Airborne Event. On their latest record, A Date With The Everly Brothers, they transpose the boys' harmonies across time and gender. They've also been touring as part of the band She & Him. They'll come to WFMU armed with guitar and banjo to share their music on September 9th.

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