WFMU Recent Airplay list, December 2, 2015

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Hoboken, NJ 07030
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Audio Feed and Archives:
Brian Turner, Music Director, (201) 521-1416 x223

Heavy Airplay, December 2, 2015
VARIOUS - Dust On the Nettles (Grapefruit)
VARIOUS - NDW: Aus Grauer Stade Mauren - Die Neue Deutsche Welle 1977-85 (Bear Family)
BARRANCE WHITFIELD & THE SAVAGES - Under the Savage Sky (Bloodshot)
TRIBO MASSAHI - Estrelando Embaixador (Goma Gringa Discos)
OBN III'S - Worth a Lot of Money (12XU)
ALICE COOPER - The Studio Albums 1969-1983 (Warner Brothers / Atlantic)
ULTIMATE PAINTING - Green Lanes (Trouble In Mind)
DEAF WISH - Pain (Sub Pop)
VARIOUS - Happy Lovin' Time: Sunshine Pop From the Garpax Vaults (Ace)
VARIOUS - We're Loud: 90's Cassette Punk Unknowns (Slovenly/Black Gladiator)
MV & EE - Alpine Frequency (Feeding Tube)
VARIOUS - Dore L.A. Soul Sides 2 (Kent Soul)
VARIOUS - Disco 2 (Soul Jazz)
VARIOUS - Esperanza de OTO 2 (Hakanairo)
PRIDJEVI - Pridjevi (Trouble In Mind)
ZACHARY CALE - Duskland (No Quarter)
RON NAGLE - Bad Rice (Omnivore Recordings)
LIZZY MERCIER DESCLOUX - Press Color (Light In the Attic / Ze)
DANIEL BACHMAN - Miscellaneous Ephemera and Other Bullshit (Feeding Tube)
VARIOUS - Small Town Country Vol. 1 (Orion Read)
LONG DISTANCE POISON - Human Program (Deep Distance)
HAUNTOLOGISTS - Hauntologists (No Label)
DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA - The Conny Plank Session (Gronland)
LARAAJI - All In One Peace (Leaving)
CHUCK AND MARY PERRIN - Chuck and Mary Perrin Album (Mapache)
NORMAN WESTBERG - Jasper Sits Out (No Label)
PEACERS - Peacers (Drag City)
IVY - A Cat's Cause No Dog's Problem (Katorga Works)
AVENGERS - Avengers (Superior Viaduct)
L'ORANGE & KOOL KEITH - Time? Astonishing! (Mello Music Group)
FLYING SAUCER ATTACK - Instrumentals 2015 (Drag City)
B.C. GILBERT / G. LEWIS - 3R4 (Superior Viaduct)
ANDREW TUTTLE - Slowcation (Room 40)
SIMON CRAB - After America (Fathom)

Medium Airplay
ELEH - Homage (Important)
GEL SET - Human Salad (Moniker)
HILLS - Frid (Rocket Recordings)
VARIOUS - You're Not Invited: New Zealand Underground 2010-2015 (No Label)
LA LUZ - Weirdo Shrine (Hardly Art)
GOLDBERG - Misty Flats (Light in the Attic / Future Days)
SNEAKERS - Sneakers (Omnivore Recordings)
CARL HALL - You Don't Know Nothing About Love: The Loma/Atlantic Recordings 1967-1972 (Omnivore Recordings)
SEASON - Season (Wah Wah)
SUN ARAW - Gazebo Effect (Sun Araw)
ICTUS - Ictus (Wah Wah)
THE JEANIES - The Jeanies (No Label)
MBONGWANA STAR - From Kinshasa (Nonesuch/World Circuit)
KYLE EYRE CYLD - Pale Dawn Creeps (Halatern, Etc.)
MCFADDEN'S PARACHUTE - Sugar 3 (Peter Fonda Records)
VARIOUS - Jamaica Is the Place To Go (Fantastic Voyage)
SLIM TWIG - Thank You For Stickin' With Twig (DFA)
VARIOUS - Wire Tapper 38 (The Wire)
TOM CARTER - Numinal Entry (Halatern, Etc.)
GONE BANANA - Mega Bog (Couple Skate)
DION - Recorded Live at the Bitter End August 1971 (Ace / Omnivore)
DESTROYER - Poison Season (Merge)
GAME THEORY - Dead Center (Omnivore Recordings)
LOST IN STARS - Once You Were Fire (No Label)
LOOP - Array 1 (ATP)
SLEAFORD MODS - Key Markets (Harbinger Sound)
VOLKER HENNES - Emperor Ambassador (Entr'acte)
FREAKS OF NATURE - Songs For Savages (Screaming Apple)
JON COLLIN - Early Music (Winebox Press)
GHEDALIA TAZARTES - La Bar Mitzvah Du Chien / Don't Cry For Me Mama (Bisou)
THE BARON FOUR - Walking Out (State)
LIETTERSCHPICH - For Fears (Nova Romema)
VARIOUS - Force Multiplier Audio: Extended Versions 2014-2015 (No Label)
ROBERT FORSTER - Songs To Play (Tapete)
GUAPO - Obscure Knowledge (Cuneiform)
FRANCE JOBIN + FABIO PERLETTA - Mirror Neurons (Dragon's Eye)
MAMADOU KELLY - Djamila (Clermont Music)
BABYSITTER / HAG FACE - Split CD (Psychic Handshake)
MIKE FIEMS - I Would Dream (Mapache)
KRONOS QUARTET / TERRY RILEY - Kronos Plays Terry Riley (Nonesuch)
CIRCLE - Pharoah Overlord (Ektro)
THE STOOGES - Have Some Fun: Live at Ungano's (Elektra / Rhino )
THE REATARDS - Grown Up, Fucked Up (Goner)
THE FLAG - Heat Waves (Geographic North)
THE GERMS - Live at the Starwood, Dec. 3, 1980 (Slash / Rhino Handmade)
THE BLIND SHAKE - Live in San Francisco (Castle Face)
THE INTERNET - Ego Death (Of)
DORIAN CONCEPT - Joined Ends (Ninja Tune)
IMAGINARY FORCES - Low Key Movements (Entr'acte)
TUJURIKKUJA - File #07 (Computer Tapes)
THE RED CRAYOLA - Malefactor, Ade (Drag City)
QUENTIN ROLLET / THIERRY MULLER - On Your Body's Landscape (Bisou)
SACRI MONTI - Sacri Monti (Tee Pee)
MARK APPLEBAUM - 30 (Innova)
GINO AND THE GOONS - Push Your Luck (Pelican Pow Wow)
PEGA MONSTRO - Alfarroba (Upset the Rhythm)

Light Airplay
CARTER THORNTON - Ten Fingers For Forefathers (Black Dirt)
HMAS - Fear God Honour the King (Homeless)
500MG - To the Firmament (Drawing Room)
ILHAN MIMAROGLU - Wings of the Delirious Demon and Other Electronic Works (Sanity Muffin)
THROAAT - Bloodfucking Freaks (MHOTR)
GHETTO GHOULS - Collisions (Monofonus Press)
BB JR - I Did What I Could With What I Had (Captcha)
VARIOUS - Everything's Coming Up Profits: The Golden Age of Industrial Musicals: The 1950's Vol. 1 (Industrial Musicals)
DEMONBROTHER - Beyond the Veil (Iron Lung)
TUNDE OLANIRAN - Transgressor (Quite Scientific)
CHRISTINA CARTER - L'Etoile de Mer (Emerald Cocoon)
ROB MAZUREK / EXPLODING STAR ORCHESTRA - Galactic Parables Vol. 1 (Cuneiform)
JOE AND BING - Daybreak (Mapache)
ZASHIKI-WARASHI - Mail Wars (Conduit Creations)
FRANK CATALANO / JIMMY CHAMBERLIN - God's Gonna Cut You Down (Ropeadope)
FISH BREATH - Fish Breath (No Label)
BORTS MINORTS - Live at the Delancey (Dog and Panda)
MANIAC - Demimonde (La-Ti-Da)
THE BEATPACK - Where the Water Runs Deep (State)
DELS - Petals Have Fallen (Big Dada)
VARIOUS - Twisted Tales From Vinyl Wastelands Vol. 14: Lobster Boy Meets the UFO (Slime)
QWANQWA - Volume Two (FPE)
HEBOSAGIL - Ura (Verdura)
ALAN SONDHEIM / AZURE CARTER / LUKE DAMROSCH - Threnody: Shorter Discourses of the Buddha (Public Eyesore)
PENELOPE HOUSTON - On Market Street (Devoted Ruins)
STEVE DALACHINSKY WITH 80 POUND PUG - Leave the Door Open (Dog and Panda)
WHITEY MORGAN AND THE 78'S - Born, Raised & Life From Flint (Bloodshot)
VACANT LIFE - Clairvoyant (Iron Lung)
SHEARING PINX - Poison Hands (Gilgongo)
COIL - Unnatural History: Compilation Tracks (Sanity Muffin)
OBLIQUE QUARTET - Tlaloc Beat (Alphatauri)
THE HUSSY - Live on WFMU (Rainy Road)
DET KRITISKE PUNKT - Det Kritiske Punkt (Feeding Tube)
PEACE CREEP - Peace Creep (Alternative Tentacles)
MAC DEMARCO - Another One (Captured Tracks)
QUICHENIGHT - The Minor Sea (University of Bartertown Press)
SLIME - Company (Weird World / Domino)
IAN DOUGLAS MOORE - Three Fate Tales (Earwash)
RAEKWON - Fly International Luxurious Art (Ice H20)
BENSIINI - R (Ektro)
KOOL 100'S - Diet Black (Rainy Road)
BRIMSTONE HOWL - Magic Hour (Rainy Road)
WIKKID - Chapter 6 (Soulthief Musick )
COLLAPSED ARC - In Cursive (Imminent Frequencies)
PETER KOLOVOS - A Wolf Should Only Be Lone (Ba Da Bing!)
CRANK STURGEON - Has a Meat Jacket (Readymade Tapes)
PALBERTA - Shitheads In the Ditch (Feeding Tube)
DAVID BUTTERFIELD - Drugstore Cowboy (Lo-Fi)

7" Singles List
IVY - A Cat's Cause No Dog's Problem (Katorga Works)
THE BARON FOUR - Walking Out (State)
GINO AND THE GOONS - Push Your Luck (Pelican Pow Wow)
THE BEATPACK - Where the Water Runs Deep (State)
VACANT LIFE - Clairvoyant (Iron Lung)

SUBURBAN HOMES - Conformity in the UK (Total Punk)
BLACK PANTIES - Prophet of Hate (Total Punk)
MC PELIGRO - Mata de Vaina (Discos Mas)
SODS - Television Sect (Breakout/Medley)

RPM List
VARIOUS - Disco 2 (Soul Jazz)
HAUNTOLOGISTS - Hauntologists (No Label)
DORIAN CONCEPT - Joined Ends (Ninja Tune)

VARIOUS - John Carpenter Lost Themes Remixed (Sacred Bones)
LOOP 2.4.3 - Time-Machine Music (Music Starts From Silence)
VARIOUS - Pop Ambient 2016 (Kompakt)
KODE 9 - Nothing (Hyperdub)
POLE - Wald (Pole)
JAKE MEGINSKY - Vandals (Open Mouth)
MICK TRAVIS - Face Disappears After Interrogation (Midwich)

Jazz List
DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA - The Conny Plank Session (Gronland)
ROB MAZUREK / EXPLODING STAR ORCHESTRA - Galactic Parables Vol. 1 (Cuneiform)

THE THING - Shake (Trost/The Thing)
WILLIAM PARKER - For Those Who Are, Still (AUM Fidelity)
ALAN LEE - An Austrlian Jazz Anthology (Jazzman)
JEAN-MARC FOUSSAT & LES AUTRES - Alternative Oblique (Improvising Beings)
TIGER HATCHERY w/PAUL FLAHERTY - Live in New Haven (Ergot)
ICEPICK - Amaranth (Astral Spirits)

World List
TRIBO MASSAHI - Estrelando Embaixador (Goma Gringa Discos)
MBONGWANA STAR - From Kinshasa (Nonesuch/World Circuit)
VARIOUS - Jamaica Is the Place to Go (Fantastic Voyage)
MAMADOU KELLY - Djamila (Clermont Music)
QWANQWA - Volume 2 (FPE)

MAURICE LOURCA - Salute the Parrot (Nawa Recordings)
MARIAH - Utakata No Hibi (Palto Flats)
ORCHESTRE PAILLOTE - Sous la Directio de Traore Keletigui Vol. 1 (Stern's)
FAT AND THE MASTERS OF HAHA - s/t (Fat Cat Dog Mouse)
SK KARABA - Yonye (Travel and See)

Loud List
OBN III's - Worth a Lot of Money (12XU)
DEAF WISH - Pain (Sub Pop)
VARIOUS - We're Loud: 90's Cassette Punk Unknowns (Slovenly/Black Gladiator)
IVY - A Cat's Cause No Dog's Problem (Katorga Works)
LIETTERSCHPICH - For Fears (Nova Romena)
SACRI MONTI - Sacri Monti (Tee Pee)
THROAAT - Bloodfucking Freaks (MHOTR)
DEMONBROTHER - Beyond the Veil (Iron Lung)

MAUTHAUSEN ORCHESTRA - First Essay: Sexual Depravity and Pleasant Atrocities (Urashima)
MYRKUR - M (Relapse)

Hip-Hop List
L'ORANGE AND KOOL KEITH - Time? Astonishing! (Mello Music Group)
THE INTERNET - Ego Death (Of)
TUNDE OLANIRAN - Transgressor (Quite Scientific)
RAEKWON - Fly International Luxurious Art (Ice H20)

DAM-FUNK - Invite the Light (Stones Throw)
PROF - Liability (Rhymesayers)
SIGNOR BENEDICK THE MOOR - El Negro (Deathbomb Arc)
SKEPTA - Microphone Champion (Boy Better Know)
K-OS - Can't Fly Without Gravity (Dine Alone)
PUBLIC ENEMY - Man Plans God Laughs (Enemy)

Cassette List
LARAAJI - All In One Piece (Leaving)
ILHAN MIMAROGLU - Wings of the Delirious Demon and Other Electronic Works (Sanity Muffin)
COIL - Unnatural History: Compilation Tracks (Sanity Muffin)
CRANK STURGEON - Has a Meat Jacket (Readymade Tapes)
PETER KOLOVOS - A Wolf Should Only Be Lone (BaDaBing!)
COLLAPSED ARC - In Cursive (Imminent Frequencies)
THE HUSSY - Live on WFMU (Rainy Road)

THE GATE - Chuck (Astral Spirits)
NEW DOUBT - Demo (No Label)
PURLING HISS - Meandering Noodle (PHP)

Brett Milano, author of "Don't Thank Me All At Once: The Lost Pop Genius of Scott Miller"
Wednesday, December 2nd, 9pm - Midnight
The Evan "Funk" Davies Show
Scott Miller probably needs no introduction to most WFMU listeners, but let's give him one anyway: leader of the bands The Loud Family, Game Theory, and Alternate Learning. His sudden suicide in the spring of 2013 stunned longtime fans and close friends alike.

Longtime rock journalist Brett Milano has assembled the story of Miller's life through conversations with nearly all of his past bandmates as well as collaborators and admirers such as Mitch Easter, Steve Wynn and Aimee Mann. Brett will join Evan "Funk" Davies tonight to discuss Scott Miller's life and share a few stories from the book. You'll also hear plenty of music from Scott Miller's bands and some of the songs he loved, plus some exclusive treats! Tune in at 9pm (EST) Wednesday night December 2 for this celebratory and revelatory look at the life of a pop genius.

Norman Westberg
Thursday, December 3rd, 3pm - 6pm
Strength Through Failure with Fabio
Coming to WFMU this Thursday, long time Swans guitarist Norman Westberg will bring his guitar and treat us to a live in-studio, solo performance. While his guitar sound for Swans and a few other projects is legendary, what is less known is his recent work as a soloist, exploring the sonic qualities of guitar drones.

Johnny Pastorius (Jaco's son) and Robert Trujillo of Metallica
Thursday, December 3rd, 6pm - 7pm
The Dusty Show with Clay Pigeon
This week's Dusty Show with Clay Pigeon features interviews with Johnny Pastorius (Jaco's son) and Robert Trujillo (Suicidal Tendencies, Metallica). Both are in town for the cinematic debut of Jaco: A Documentary Film.

PMS & The Mood Swings
Saturday, December 5th, 3pm - 6pm
Todd-o-phonic Todd's show
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!

Special Guest DJ Katie Lavoie [LEV-WAH]
Monday, December 7th, 9am - Noon
Surface Noise with Joe McGasko
Toronto DJ and nightlife doyenne Katie Lavoie [pronounced "LEV-WAH"] descends from the cold north to play us some hot records on today's Surface Noise. Expect soul, funk, disco, jazz and other surprises from one of our friendly neighbors from over the border!

XL Kings
Monday, December 7th, Noon - 3pm
on Three Chord Monte with Joe Belock

WFMU is proud to welcome in this New York supergroup featuring Stephen Hunking (Hypnolovewheel, Dew Claw, etc), Dan Cuddy (The Special Pillow, Hypnolovewheel) and Eamonn Bowles (the Martinets, Fabians).

Monday, December 7th, 8pm - 9pm
Infinite Distortion
Disquieting dreams, phasing in and out of consciousness, losing time, manufactured memories. Thus is the domain of Western Massachusetts' Streiber. The ambient project of Love Is The Law label master Erik Brown (Wish For Skin, Vanitism, Crashing Bores), this enigmatic journey of hazy electronics promotes a powerful sense of unease, but also an otherworldly sense of exploration and discovery.

Tom Scharpling
Monday, December 7th, 9pm - Midnight
The Goddamn Dave Hill Show
Pull your loved ones close for night #1 of “The Best of Both Worlds”, two magical nights of radio concocted in the back of the Paramus Denny's by Dave and Tom Scharpling. On Monday, December 7, Tom will return to WFMU to be a guest on the Goddamn Dave Hill Show. And then the next night, which is to say Tuesday, December 8, Dave will head over to Best Show HQ down the road to appear as a guest on the Best Show. Together, these two nights of scorching hot radio will make for the most incredible thing that has happened in New Jersey since Venom played City Gardens at least.

Folking Around with Nath Ann Carrera (Julie fills in for Irene)
Tuesday, December 8th, 9pm - Midnight
Dark Night of the Soul with Julie
Julie is joined in the earlier dark hours by Musician/DJ Nath Ann Carrera (Woahmone, Witch Camp, Justin Vivian Bond, The Loser's Lounge and various solo projects) to traipse melodically through songs and stories of (mostly) 60s (mostly) English folk musicians like Sandy Denny, Linda Thompson, Pentangle and Renaissance from the jangly to the psychedelic. He's promised to bring his guitar so he may even sing a song or two.

Wednesday, December 9th, Midnight - 3am
on Wm. Berger presents My Castle of Quiet

It was in 2012 that New York City's Compactor grabbed many by the throat with Desensitization Reprocessing—a continuous and irresistible revel of molded, throbbing beats, and psychiatric-endurance-testing iced soul. From there onward, Derek Rush released a steady series of releases that have kept Compactor's thudding, tech-dungeon terror alive. For fans of the most-vintage, instrumental Throbbing Gristle, and beloved cult artists like Esplendor Geometrico, Compactor will be especially satisfying. Derek makes his second visit to WFMU (this time live & in real time) on the My Castle of Quiet program. Heaps of ugly fun.

Joe Frank - "A Landing Strip in the Jungle"
Wednesday, December 9th, 3pm - 6pm
Irwin Chusid
One-hour dramas by Joe Frank air alternate Wednesdays at 4pm (Eastern) on Irwin's program. An episode entitled "A Landing Strip in the Jungle," from Joe's Work in Progress series, airs Weds. December 9th. Joe visits Sri Lanka where he develops an odd relationship with a young beggar. While living in lower Manhattan, Joe develops an odd friendship with a junkie who robs him at knifepoint on a regular basis. Later, Joe presides over the "Survivor of the Year" competition between people who have survived harrowing experiences.

Jon Spencer
Saturday, December 12th, 3pm - 6pm
Todd-o-phonic Todd's show
Influential New York musician/performer/socialite Jon Spencer joins Todd-O-Phonic Todd for 3 hours of chat, records and revelry. The mastermind behind such combos as Pussy Galore and the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion will be spinning some wild tunes and talking about his career, his city and much more!

Consumer Electronics
Monday, December 14th, 8pm - 9pm
Infinite Distortion
The unyielding fury of Consumer Electronics is delivered with crushing electronics, jolts of dismembered beats, anguished squalls of feedback, and white-knuckle language hurled with unparalleled viciousness. Philip and Sarah Ruth Best are the couple behind the current incarnation of this long-running project that's come to define the genre of power electronics as we know it today.

Sam Kulik
Tuesday, December 15th, Midnight - 3am
on The Frow Show with Jesse Jarnow

There is nothing quite like The Broadcast, Sam Kulik's 20-track recreation of a full nine-inning baseball game set to music with live commentary, music by an all-star cast of New York improv and jazz musicians, original advertisements, and accompanying trading cards. Sam, a New York experimental trombonist mainstay and member of bands including Escape From Society and Starring, will stop by the Frow Show to discuss just why and how he created a score to a May 2015 Mets/Marlins game, the time he played a solo trombone version of the National Anthem at CitiField, the brilliance of Howie Rose, and other topics. In addition, Sam will call a few innings of a ballgame with musical color commentary by the local DJ. Can't wait until the spring to meet the Mets again? Tune into the Frow Show for a mid-winter reprieve.

Matt Bauer
Tuesday, December 15th, 9pm - Midnight
on Irene Trudel's show

Using his whispery-raspy voice and a banjo, Matt Bauer creates beautiful, thematic albums filled with tales of death and mysterious circumstances. Bauer embellishes these song cycles with an ensemble of chamber music players. On Matt's newest, "Dream's End," a sci-fi scenario unfolds, in which the protagonist is described as "(breaking) himself apart to find wires and circuits and a body made of glass and gold." Matt Bauer brings his ensemble to WFMU for a live performance.

Spazz Xmas Fiasco!
Thursday, December 17th, 9pm - Midnight
Music To Spazz By with Dave the Spazz
All-Star Xmas band The Jingleberries plus legendary one-man band Bloodshot Bill slide down the WFMU chimney to help wreck the halls on a very special Spazz Xmas Fiasco!

James Hunter
Saturday, December 19th, 11am - 1pm
on Michael Shelley's show

Michael welcomes James Hunter to the studio for conversation and an acoustic performance. The James Hunter Six have a new number one hit album “Hold On” due out shortly on the Daptone label.

The Ar-Kaics PLUS Doug Yule
Saturday, December 19th, 3pm - 6pm
Todd-o-phonic Todd's show
The Ar-Kaics are Kevin, Johnny, Tim, and Patty. They play troglodyte teenbeat '60s-style punk. Hailing from Richmond, Virginia they follow in the great tradition of Virginia garage bands such as The Individuals and The IV Pack. With over half a dozen singles released and one killer album chock full of hits, The Ar-Kaics are already a force to be reckoned with. Be sure and catch them live at Berlin (in Manhattan underneath the bar 2A on 2nd St. and Ave. A) on the evening of December 19th alongside WFMU faves The Jay Vons and Dirty Fences.

It's a YULEtide Holiday Special! That's right, Todd-O-Phonic Todd questions Doug Yule of the Velvet Underground in honor of the release of not one, but two box sets of Velvets recordings that feature Doug. There is the brilliant 4 cd set of live recordings from Thanksgiving 1969 at The Matrix Club in San Francisco, as well as a 6 cd 45th anniversary edition of Loaded. Find out in this rare interview if Doug hung out at Specs' Alder Museum Cafe in between sets at The Matrix!

Monday, December 21st, 8pm - 9pm
Infinite Distortion
Members of Pollution, Shoxx and No Power converge yet again to bum out audiences and service their hunger for disgusting noise rock. Lose some more of your hard earned self-respect with this degrading adventure into positively negative music.

New Year's Eve All-Star Cavalcade of DJs Spazztacular!
Thursday, December 31st, 9pm - Midnight
Music To Spazz By with Dave the Spazz
Blast into 2016 with Music To Spazz By as your drunken, hedonistic, rock ‘n’ roll monkey orgy soundtrack! Your favorite WFMU Top Jocks drop by to spin party platters plus a mystery live band will astound and confuse you. A radio event not to be missed!

Hour Music People
Tuesday, January 5th, 2016, 9pm - Midnight
on Irene Trudel's show

Founded on the mission of creating an album in a weekend, 29 Hour Music People is a loose collective of musicians fronted by Rob Christiansen. As they describe their process, the collective "brainstorms lyrics on Friday, writes and records music on Saturday, sings direct to tape, no AutoTune, on Sunday, and returns to normal life with their other bands on Monday, before anyone notices they have been missing. 29 Hour Music People's just released 3rd album, "Transportation," benefits Sweet Relief Musicians Fund and they visit Irene's show to play some of it live.

Norbert Rodenkirchen, Albrecht Maurer and Robbie Lee
Tuesday, January 12th, 2016, 9pm - Midnight
Irene Trudel's show
Creating non-traditional music with medieval instruments is a passion with Norbert Rodenkirchen, Albrecht Maurer and Robbie Lee. In Germany Rodenkirchen and Maurer have collaborated on a number of albums, the most recent being "Loplop's Call" a musical tribute to the pioneering Dada artist Max Ernst. American multi-instrumentalist Robbie Lee entered the picture after a few collaboration sessions with Rodenkirchen on medieval flutes. Robbie and Norbert perform some flute improvs, then Norbert performs duos with Albrecht on medieval violin for WFMU.


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