WFMU Recent Airplay list, November 5, 2015

PO Box 5101
Hoboken, NJ 07030
broadcasting from Jersey City 91.1 FM/90.1 FM
Audio Feed and Archives:
Brian Turner, Music Director, (201) 521-1416 x223

Heavy Airplay, November 5, 2015
GAM - Eiszeit (Dirty Knobby)
CHERUBS - 2 Ynfynyty (Brutal Panda)
VARIOUS - µ20 (Planet Mu)
MARIE ET LES GARCONS - Marie et les Garcons (Ze)
VITO RICCI - I Was Crossing a Bridge (Music From Memory)
BEN ZIMMERMAN - The Baltika Years (Mexican Summer/Software)
YONATAN GAT - Director (Joyful Noise)
VARIOUS - A Mutantine Collection (Mutantine)
MDOU MOCTAR - Akounck Tedalat Taha Tazoughai (OST) (Sahel Sounds)
UNICORN - Playing With the Light (Fabrica)
CARLTON MELTON - Out To Sea (Agitated)
MAGAS - Heads Plus (Midwich)
JACKSON C. FRANK - The Complete Recordings (Ba Da Bing!)
BALL - Fyre / Fyre Balls (Horny)
PIG RIDER - The Robinson Scratch Theory (Guersen)
XEEROX - 1979-1981 (Anomia)
RUCKUS ROBOTICUS - Phantom of the Disco (Dance or Die!)
BIG QUIET - Maura & Dana / Style + Pace (Unblinking Ear)
SPRAY PAINT - Punters On a Barge (Homeless)
KOSMOSE - Kosmose: Kosmic Music From the Black Country (Sub Rosa)
WAYNE HORVITZ - Some Places Are Forever Afternoon (11 Places for Richard Hugo) (Songlines)
FOX MILLIONS DUO - Losttime (Thrill Jockey)
SHOPPING - Consumer Complaints (Fatcat)
GODDESS - Paradise (Goddess)
VISION HEAT - The Chosen Themes - Program I (Root Strata)
RIZAN SAID - King of Keyboard (Annihaya)
MATRIXXMAN - Homesick (Ghostly International)
CURED PINK - '11 Put Aside (Another Dark Age)
COCEK! BRASS BAND - Here Comes Shlomo (No Label)
VARIOUS - Tropical Disco Hustle: Volume 2 (Cultures of Soul)

Medium Airplay
BARNETT + COLOCCIA - Weld (Blackest Ever Black)
TAU CROSS - Tau Cross (Relapse)
LANDLINES - Log Out, Tune Up, Drop Dead (Mtn. St. Mtn.)
THE SCUM BUGS - Bugging Out With... (Screaming Apple)
VARIOUS - Kill Your Idols: A Brazilian Tribute to Sonic Youth (The Blog That Celebrates Itself)
NURSE WITH WOUND / ARANOS - Santoor Lena Bicycle (Tourette)
THE BAD LOVERS - Actin' Strange (Burger City)
TILTH - Country Music (Round Bale)
EZTV - Calling Out (Captured Tracks)
BLANCK MASS - Dumb Flesh (Sacred Bones)
WHITE MAGIC - I'm Hiding My Nightingale (Leaving)
VARIOUS - Dylan, Cash, and the Nashville Cats: A New Music City (Legacy)
THE BALLANTYNES - Liquor Store Gun Store Pawn Shop Church (La-Ti-Da)
DENNIS MOST & AUDIOLOVE - Live at the El Cid, December 1976 (Captain Trip)
CUTE HEELS - Spiritual (Dark Entries)
EX-CULT - Cigarette Machine (Castle Face)
MAYNARD AND THE MUSTIES - Fall On In (Troublefield Music)
NO JOY - More Faithful (Mexican Summer)
MYSTIC INANE - Ode To Joy EP (Neg Jazz)
OZO - A Kind of Zo (Shhpuma)
BEST GIRL ATHLETE - Carve Every Word (Minty Fresh)
SLEEP THIEVES - You Want the Night (Minty Fresh)
JAMES WHETZEL - Man With a Movie Camera: OST (No Label)
ESZTER BALINT - Airless Midnight (Red Herring)
AORTAORTA - Violent Meditation (Rämekuukkeli/Sonitus Insulto)
DUCKTAILS - St. Catherine (Domino)
THE GTV'S - Organ Donor (Hidden Volume)
LOIS V VIERK - Words Fail Me (New World)
FUKUOKA RINJI / URABE MASAYOSHI - Barcelona Express Live 2004 (8MM)
UH BONES - Honeycoma (Randy)
SHELLS - In a Cloud (Life Like)
ROUND EYE - Round Eye (Ripping)
SIGH - Graveward (Candlelight)
THE ROUTES - Meant To Be (Hidden Volume)
JONAH PARZEN-JOHNSON - Remember When Things Were Better Tomorrow (Primary)
THOSE PRETTY WRONGS - Lucky Guy / Fool Of Myself (Burger)
THE SANDWITCHES - Our Toast (Empty Cellar)
PRIMEVAL GENIUS - Machinist In the Underworld (Suitcase)
DELIA GONZALEZ - In Remembrance (DFA)
VAADAT CHARIGIM - Sinking As a Stone (Burger)
PIG EYES - 2nd Album (Electric Assault)
LITTLE WINGS - Explains (Woodsist)
THE APEHANGARS - The Apehangars (Dreamy Soundz)
PACO OSUNA - Long Play (Minus)
SOGMUSOBIL - Telefon (Subliminal Sounds)
CHENOA ANDERSON - Krishna's Flute (Earsay Productions)
MASAMI AKITA & JOHN DUNCAN - The Black Album (Tourette)
DAYME AROCENA - Nueva Era (Havana Cultura)
PAKAVAIT - Superground Highspeed Crossover (Citadel)
MC TRACHIOTOMY - Ratsliveonnoevilstar (Tourette/Rhinestone)
OUR LOVE WILL DESTROY THE WORLD - Carnivorous Rainbows (Ba Da Bing!)
JEAN-PAUL SARTRE EXPERIENCE - I Like Rain (Sampler) (Fire)
DANIELLE DE PICCIOTTO - Tacoma (Moabit Music)
DEATHRITE - Into Extinction (Halo of Flies )
HOWLING GRUEL - Jolly Jape (Wormwood Grasshopper)
KEITH KELLY - The People Who Left (Edgetone)

Light Airplay
DRAINOLITH - Hysteria (Nna Tapes)
BENCZE MARTA - Cowboy Nadrag (Qualiton)
PULCINELLA - Tradegya (No Label)
SHAMIR - Ratchet (XL)
SIR DEJA DOOG - Sir Deja Doog's Love Coffin (Marchin Sunn)
THE PINK NOISE - Decay (Not Unlike)
GX JUPITTER-LARSEN WITH THE NEW BLOCKADERS - Live At the Schimpfluch Carnival (Tourette)
DARKSPACE - -I (Avantgarde Music)
BAD GUYS - Bad Guynaecology (Riot Season)
HENRY BLACKER - Summer Tombs (Riot Season)
DUST - Paradise Simulator (Sci-Fi and Fantasy)
GENERACION SUICIDA - Con La Muerte A Tu Lado (Going Underground)
TIM PATTERSON - Like Style, Dig? The Music of John Bergamo (Innova)
CROWN OF ETERNITY - Vibrate the Cosmos (Crown of Eternity)
WINTERCOFFIN - Forest of Blitzkreig (Blak Skul)
KNXWLEDGE - Hud Dreems (Stones Throw)
CULT LEADER - Nothing For Us Here (Deathwish)
JOE MCPHEE - Solos: The Lost Tapes 1980-1981-1984) (Roaratorio)
CORN ON MACABRE - Discograpghic Violence (Magic Bullet)
KID 606 - Recollected Ambient Works Vol. 1 (Tigerbeat 6)
DALHOUS - Will To Be Well (Blackest Ever Black)
CHICO TRUJILLO - Reina de Todas Las Fiestas (Barbes)
JUNKO / SACHIKO - Vasilia the Beautiful (Musik Atlach)
GXNT VALENTINE / J.R.H.N.B.R. - All Gone (split) (All Gone)
ANXIETY HAMMER - What Stands Between Us (Curtain Fire)
SMURPHY - A Shapeless Pool of Lovely Pale Colours Suspended In the Darkness (Leaving)
KASEY CHAMBERS - Bittersweet (Sugar Hill)
LORD FIST - Green Eyleen (Ektro)
CLAUDE VONSTROKE - Urban Animal (Dirtybird)
BASTARD NOISE - Live at Babycastles (RSM / Small Doses / Skull)
CHRISTOPHER DELAURENTI - To the Cooling Tower, Satsop (GD Stereo)
SHIT AND SHINE - Jealous of Shit and Shine (Riot Season)
LAW$UITS - Future Failure (Already Dead Tapes)
RICKED WICKY - King Heavy Metal (Guided By Voices Inc.)
SCARECROW SONIC BOOMBOX - We Are the (United) (SS Boombox)
GRAVE BABIES - Holographic Violence (Hardly Art)
AUNT'S ANALOG - Disintegration (Brise-Cul)
JOHN ZORN - John Zorn's Olympiad Vol. 1: Dither Plays Zorn (Tzadik)
WALLY SHOUP SAX TRIO + ONE - Copasthetics (Astral Spirits / Monofonus Press)
DF TRAM - Illegal Lingo (Subatomic)
DAVE CLOUD AND THE GOSPEL OF POWER - Today Is the Day They Take Me Away (Fire)
HUDSON MOHAWKE - Lantern (Warp)
TROUM - Aerugo / Gruoen (Tourette)
THE FUNK WITH MACHO ALEX - The Funk with Macho Alex (No Label)
MUCKY SAILOR - Albatross, Silly Albatross (Care In The Community)
VARIOUS - Got That Feeling: A Tribute to Skywave (The Blog That Celebrates Itself)
TACO BELLS W/PEKKA AIRAKSINEN - Taco Bells w/Pekka Airaksinen (Astral Spirits / Monofonus Press)
MUMBLES - Mumbles (Kitchen Leg)
A PLACE TO BURY STRANGERS - Transfixiation (Dead Oceans)
GENCON - New Dramatic Electronic Music (Generation Unlimited)
BRAD LANER - For Magnetic Tape (Drawing Room)
MACHO BLUSH - Firma (No Label)
CREODE - Slamcamp (All Gone)
KID MILLIONS & SARAH BERNSTEIN - Gravesend After Hours Vol. 5 (Gravesend After Hours)
MAXWELL GUALTIERI - For Los Angeles (PF Mentum)
PEPTALK - Islet (Home Assembly Music)

7" Singles List
BALL - Fyre / Fyre Balls (Horny)
BIG QUIET - Maura and Dana (Unblinking Ear)
MYSTIC INANE - Ode To Joy (Neg Jazz)
THOSE PRETTY WRONGS - Lucky Guy (Burger)
THE ROUTES - Meant To Be (Hidden Volume)
THE GTVs - Organ Donor (Hidden Volume)
WINTERCOFFIN - Forest of Blitzkreig (Blak Skul)
ANXIETY HAMMER - What Stands Between Us (Curtain Fire)
Aerugo / Gruoen (Tourette)

RPM List
VARIOUS - µ20 (Planet Mu)
MAGAS - Heads Plus (Midwich)
RUCKUS ROBOTICUS - Phanton of the Disco (Dance or Die!)
MATRIXXMAN - Homesick (Ghostly International)
VARIOUS - Tropical Disco Hustle 2 (Cultures of Soul)
PACO OSUNA - Long Play (Minus)
KID 606 - Recollected Ambient Works Vol. 1 (Tigerbeat 6)
GENERAL MAGIC & PITA - Fridge Trax Plus (Editions Mego)
POLE - Wald (Pole)
KLAUS LAYER - Restless Adventures For the People Like Us (Redefinition)

Jazz List
WAYNE HORVITZ - Some Places Are Forever Afternoon (11 Places For Richard Hugo) (Songlines)
OZO - A Kind of Zo (Shhpuma)
KEITH KELLY - The People Who Left (Edgetone)
JOE MCPHEE - Solos: The Lost Tapes 1980-1981-1984 (Roaratorio)
WALLY SHOUP SAX TRIO = ONE - Copasthetics (Astral Spirits/Monofonus Press)
TACO BELLS w/PEKKA AIRAKINEN - s/t (Astral Spirits/Monofonus Press)
DIKEMAN NOBLE SERRIES TRIO - Obscure Fluctuations (Trost)
THE THING - Shake (Trost/The Thing)
BARKER TRIO - Barker Trio (Phantom Ear Music)

World List
MDOU MOCTAR - Akounck Tedalat Taha Tazoughai (OST) (Sahel Sounds)
RIZAN SAID - King of Keyboard (Annihaya)
COCEK! BRASS BAND - Here Comes Shlomo (No Label)
DAYME AROCENA - Nueva Era (Havana Cultura)
LILY CHAO - Chinese Folk Songs (Akuphone)
ORCHESTRE PAILLOTE - Sous La Direction de Traore Keletigui Vol. 1 (Stern's)
VARIOUS - Bali 1928 Vol 3: Lotring and Souces of Gamelan Tradition (World Arbiter)
TRIO MASSAHI - Estrelando Embaixador (Goma Gringa Discos)
MAKI ASAKAWA - Maki Asakawa (Honest Jons)

Loud List
CHERUBS - 2 Ynfynyty (Brutal Banda)
BALL - Fyre / Fyre Balls (Horny)
XEEROX - 1979-1981 (Anomia)
MYSTIC INANE - Ode to Joy EP (Neg Jazz)
AORTAORTA - Violent Meditation (Rämekuukkeli/Sonitus Insulto)
SIGH - Graveward (Candlelight)
PIG EYES - 2nd Album (Electric Assault)
DEATHRITE - Into Extinction (Halo of Flies)
GX JUPITERR-LARSEN WITH THE NEW BLOCKADERS - Live at the Schlimpfluch Carnival (Tourette)
DARKSPACE - -I (Avantgarde Music)

Hip-Hop List
KNXWLEDGE - Hud Dreems (Stones Throw)
L'ORANGE & KOOL KEITH - Time? Astonishing! (Mello Music Group)
SKEPTA - Microphone Champion (Boy Better Know)

DAM-FUNK - Invite the Light (Stones Throw)
SYMPATHETIC DETONATIONS - Diss 1 (Amoebic Industries)
SEMI HENDRIX - Breakfast and Banskys (Mello Music Group)
SIGNOR BENEDICK THE MOOR - El Negro (Deathbomb Arc)
PROF - Liability (Rhymesayers)
HAIL MARY MALLON - Bestiary (Rhymesayers)

Cassette List
A Shapeless Pool of Lovely Pale Colours Suspended In the Darkness (Leaving)
GNXT VALENTINE / J.R.H.N.B.R. - Split Tape (All Gone)
AUNT'S ANALOG - Disintegration (Brise-Cul)
MACHO BLUSH - Firma (No Label)
GENCON - New Dramatic Electronic Music (Generation Unlimited)
KID MILLIONS & SARAH BERNSTEIN - Vol. 5 (Gravesend After Hours)
MUMBLES - Mumbles (Kitchen Leg)
WALLY SHOUP SAX TRIO + ONE - Copasthetics (Astral Spirits/Monofonus Press)
TACO BELLS w/PEKKA AIRAKSINEN - s/t (Astral Spirits/Monofonus Press)


Purple Rain in the Saharan Desert - Monty Hall Movie Preview
Saturday, November 7th, 6pm - 9pm
on Transpacific Sound Paradise with Rob Weisberg

We're screening something fun and a bit different at the next Monty Hall movie night a week from Saturday: The first ever Tuareg-language rock-u-drama! Akounak Tedalat Taha Tazoughai - or Purple Rain in the Saharan Desert - is a collaboration between first-time filmmaker Christopher Kirkley and the standout artist on Kirkley's Sahel Sounds record label, guitarist and singer Mdou Moctar. The movie stars Moctar as an aspiring guitar hero overcoming family pressures, a jealous and underhanded competitor, and romantic challenges. Kinda like, well, Purple Rain and other classic music-driven feature films - but shot in the desert city of Agadez, Niger and chock-full of spellbinding psychedelic Sahel guitar music! Akounak is showingone time only, Saturday night November 14th at 8 at WFMU's Monty Hall. We'll chat with Kirkley and spotlight Mdou Moctar's amazing music on tonight's show.

The Ex with Ken Vandermark: Video and Audiocast Live From Monty Hall
Tuesday, November 10th, 3pm - 6pm
on Brian Turner's show

In case you weren't able to attend, Brian Turner's program put together a night at WFMU's Monty Hall on October 23rd headlined by The Ex (who were joined by Ken Vandermark on sax), and he'll be airing the full set on his program today at 4PM ET. But as a special bonus during the broadcast, you can simultaneously view the entire video of the set shot multi-cam that night, via Ustream linked from WFMU's home page! See Holland's greatest musical exports blow the roof off the joint in front of a full house of attendees, and while it may not be the same as "being there", you will get a pretty good idea of why this band's not-frequent-enough US tours are the stuff of legend. The Ex are in their 33rd year of existence, and listeners may remember they performed one of WFMU's 50th Anniversary shows with a full big band and an assortment of Ethiopian musicians on a colossal Lincoln Center Outdoors bill in 2008. Today, you'll see a comparatively stripped-down core lineup of Terrie Hessels, Katherina Bornefeld, Arnold DeBoer, and Andy Moor tear up the smaller confines of Monty Hall with the help of Vandermark. Tune in!

Ennio Morricone's 87th Birthday Tribute
Tuesday, November 10th, 7pm - 8pm
Morricone Island with Devon E. Levins
Devon pays tribute to the namesake of the show. One of the most prolific film composers of all time composing for over 500 films and selling over 40 million records worldwide, Ennio Morricone scored for many of the greats, e.g. Sergio Leone, Dario Argento, John Carpenter, Roman Polanksi, Mike Nichols, Brian De Palma and Guiseppe Tornatore. Il Maestro turns 87 on November 10th and doesn't appear to be easing up his workload with recent scores announced for Quentin Tarantino and Terrence Malick somehow squeezed in between his never-ending "60 Years of Music" world tour with 200-piece orchestra and choir.

Ben Chasny
Thursday, November 12th, 9am - Noon
on Imaginary Radio with Chris M.

Living legend Ben Chasny (of Six Organs of Admittance, Comets On Fire) stops by for a beautiful live acoustic set and to talk about his fascinating book, "The Hexadic System." The book details an interesting new way of approaching playing the guitar using a deck of playing cards and provides inspiring and unique ideas to think about. We discuss these things and it's cool so please listen to this great show. Thanks in advance.

"The Lost Arcade" documentary-makers
Friday, November 13th, 9am - Noon
Marty McSorley's show
Filmmakers Kurt Vincent and Irene Chin stop by to talk about their new documentary "The Lost Arcade." Premiering at DOC NYC this week, the film the story of Chinatown Fair, the legendary arcade located in the heart of New York’s Chinatown.

Tom Petty biographer Warren Zanes
Saturday, November 14th, 11am - 1pm
on Michael Shelley's show

Michael chats with Warren Zanes whose new book "Petty: The Biography" takes a deep and unflinching look at the life and work of the inscrutable Tom Petty.

Syl Johnson documentary-makers PLUS Alejandro Escovedo
Saturday, November 14th, 3pm - 6pm
Todd-o-phonic Todd
After almost 6 years of production, the feature-length documentary film, Syl Johnson: Any Way The Wind Blows, will be having its NYC premiere at DOC NYC film fest on Sunday, November 15th at 2pm at the SVA Theatre and Wednesday, November 18th at 3:00pm at the IFC Center.

To celebrate the release of the film director Rob Hatch-Miller and producers, Puloma Basu and Michael Slaboch will stop by WFMU to talk about the film (where the first filming was done in 2010 on DJ Trouble's show!) and play some records with Todd-O-Phonic Todd.

Also on the show, Alejandro Escovedo joins Todd-O-Phonic Todd to plays some songs, records and chat about his amazing career and baseball. Alejandro is a musical treasure, having performed in such acts as The Nuns, Rank & File, The True Believers and more before embarking on a highly impressive solo career. He is also a member of one of America's greatest musical families, with such relatives as the late percussionist Coke Escovedo and Sheila E.. Alejandro will be performing at Outpost in The Burbs in Montclair later that evening and doing 3 shows at City Winery in January.

Jake Meginsky
Tuesday, November 17th, 3pm - 6pm
on Brian Turner's show

Having studied under legendary free percussionist Milford Graves, Massachussetts native Jake Meginsky operates under a more electronic umbrella, albeit one that incorporates his teacher's sophisticated palette of textures into a wide range of atmospheres. Meginsky has released two LPs on Open Mouth (a label run by Body/Head guitarist Bill Nace) full of fractured minimal techno, near-silent dub passages, gnarly fields of stuttering noise, tonal mayhem and non-linear rhythms to amazing effect. He's live at Trans-Pecos on November 11th, and live on Brian's show today.

Anna von Hausswolff
Tuesday, November 17th, 9pm - Midnight
on Irene Trudel's show

As a child, Anna von Hausswolff was often enchanted by family stories of a gorgeous area from her native Sweden with a complicated past. She'd heard Sweden’s traditional folk music began in this naturally beautiful place, but a momentous uprising against the country’s king left its landscapes bathed in blood. Anna calls the place "Miraculous" and has based her new album on these storied lands. von Hausswolff’s voice echoes this beauteous but ghastly past, as she swoops from whispered incantations to ghastly shrieks. Anna von Hausswolff brings her band to WFMU to play some of these epic tunes.

Terry Adams of NRBQ
Saturday, November 21st, 9am - 11am
Bob Brainen's show
Terry Adams returns to the show just in time for the release of "Talk Thelonious" featuring a dozen Monk tunes recorded with NRBQ plus guests, available on both CD and vinyl at We'll talk about Monk as well as Sun Ra and other artists who have influenced the band which will be celebrating it's 50th anniversary next year. Join Us!

Joe McEwen, producer of the new Staple Singers box set "Faith and Grace: A Family Journey 1953-1976"
Saturday, November 21st, 11am - 1pm
on Michael Shelley's show

Michael welcomes Joe "Mr. C" McEwen, producer of the new limited edition, career-spanning box set of the Staple Singers, to discuss the music and history of one of America's greatest musical families.

Those Darlins PLUS Cyril Jordan and George Alexander of the Flamin' Groovies
Saturday, November 21st, 3pm - 6pm
Todd-o-phonic Todd
Nashville's Those Darlins head east and rock the set of The Todd-O-Phonic Todd show! Find out why Paste Magazine had this to say about the tremendous trio: "Whether you thought they were a quirky-obnoxious novelty act or a gang of infinitely charming, boots-are-made-for-rockin’ Americana party girls, forget your initial impression of Those Darlins. Because, over the last few years, the band has become the spirit of rock ’n’ roll incarnate—a slightly older, wiser, modern-day Southern-garage version of The Runaways." Those Darlins are appearing at Terminal 5 on Wednesday Nov. 11th, opening for Shakey Graves.

Also today, Cyril Jordan and George Alexander of The Flamin' Groovies join Todd-O-Phonic Todd to chat about their incredible history, The Beatles and much more. Along with Chris Wilson and Victor Penalosa they have been playing live and doing material from the brilliant era of "Shake Some Action". The Flamin' Groovies will be performing at Monty Hall that very evening and at Baby's All Right in Brooklyn on Sunday 11/22.

Carter Thornton plus Tom Carter / Steve Gunn duo
Thursday, November 26th, 6am - 9am
Airborne Event
Start Thanksgiving the WFMU way. Carter Thornton (GNAW, Zashiki-Warashi, Pigeons, Enos Slaughter) brings a solo guitar set to WFMU. He's a relentless & restless innovator whose releases span the gamut from abstract classical guitar, experimental metal, field recordings, and destroyed songs. His new series of releases, Mapping the Ghost, begins this fall on Soft Abuse records.

Afterwards, guitar comrades Tom Carter & Steve Gunn will play in a duo. Tom Carter is a prolific musician who founded Charalambides in 1991 with Christina Carter. He's recently been focused on his bands with No Neck Blues Band co-founder Pat Murano as well as solo performances in collaboration with filmmakers. Tom's electric guitar work weaves melody into towering long-form drones, sculpting high-volume grit and charged silence together. His new LP is Long Time Underground (on Three Lobed).

Steve Gunn has numerous lauded solo, duo, and ensemble recordings. You can usually find him playing with his band, but he also finds time to serve as guitarist in Kurt Vile’s Violators or play duos like this with old friends. His playing shows the influence of Delta and Piedmont country blues, ecstatic jazz, and Gnawa and Carnatic music. His most recent record is the acclaimed Way Out Weather (on Paradise of Bachelors).

Scott Fagan interview & live performance
Saturday, November 28th, 11am - 1pm
on Michael Shelley's show

Michael welcomes Scott Fagan for an interview and live performance. Fagan's first solo album, 1968's "South Atlantic Blues", has just been reissued and we'll hear the interesting story of his rise and fall and rise.

PMS & The Mood Swings
Saturday, December 5th, 3pm - 6pm
Todd-o-phonic Todd
Finger ever on the pulsebeat, Todd-O-Phonic Todd welcomes New York's latest sensations, PMS & The Mood Swings for a live session! Besides having a great name, PMS & The Mood Swings play a wonderful hybrid of girl group, garage and pop that wins over even the toughest of hearts. Get in on the ground floor!

43 Montgomery Street, Jersey City

Thu 11/5: Todd Barry / Doogie Horner (8:30p, $15) (sold out)
Sat 11/7: Soul-Clap Dance Off w/DJ Jonathan Toubin (8p, $10)
Sat 11/14: WFMU Movie Night w/Anouk Tadalat Taha Tazoughai ("Purple Rain in the Saharan Desert") starring Mdou Moctar (8p, $10)
Fri 11/20: Big Sandy and His Fly Rite Boys / The Defibulators / Alex Battle (8:30p, $12)
Sat 11/21: Flamin' Groovies / The Ugly Beats (9p, $20)
Sat 12/5: Rocket From the Tombs / EZTV (9p, $15)
Sat 12/12: The Real Kids / Baby Shakes (9p, $10)
Sat 1/16: Laura Cantrell / Michael Shelley (8p, $10)

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