WFMU Recent Airplay list, June 15, 2016

PO Box 5101
Hoboken, NJ 07030
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Brian Turner, Music Director, (201) 521-1416 x223

Heavy Airplay, June 15, 2016
HERON OBLIVION - Heron Oblivion (Sub Pop)
VARIOUS - Soul Sok Sega: Sega Sounds From Mauritius 1973-1979 (Strut)
NICK CARTER - Abstracts and Extracts (Flashback)
VARIOUS - NDW: Aus Grauer Stadte Mauern 1977-85 Tiel 4 (Bear Family)
FADOUL - Al Zman Saib (Habibi Funk)
CHRIS FORSYTH AND THE SOLAR MOTEL BAND - The Rarity of Experience I & II (No Quarter)
GLENN JONES - Fleeting (Thrill Jockey)
CAVERN OF ANTI-MATTER - Void Beats / Invocation Trex (Duophonic)
VARIOUS - Where the Girls Are Vol. 9 (Ace)
GERARDO IACOUCCI - Simbolismo Psichedelico (Intervallo)
CHARLES BRADLEY - Changes (Daptone)
GWENNO - Y Dydd Olaf (Heavenly / PIAS)
HARRY BERTOIA - Sonambient: Complete Collection (Important)
ILITCH - 10 Suicides (Superior Viaduct)
PRAED - Fabrication of Silver Dreams (Annihaya)
BLIND ALFRED REED - Appalachian Visionary (Dust To Digital)
TYLER KEITH - Alias Kid Twist (Rip It Up!)
PONY TIME - Rumours 2: The Rumours Are True (S-S)
TARA CROSS - Tempus Fugit (Permis De Construire)
LIFE STINKS - You'll Never Make It (S-S)
DBH - Mood (Thread Recordings)
FATIMA AL QADIRI - Brute (Hyperdub)
VARIOUS - New Breed Workin' : Blues With a Rhythm (Ace/Kent)
DEUX FILLES - Space & Time (Les Disques du Crepuscule)
FEELS - Feels (Castle Face)
GIGI MASIN/ALESSANDRO MONTI/ALESSANDRO PIZZIN - The Wind Collectors / As Witness Our Hands (Diplodisc/The Best on the Moon/Explora)
SOMATIC RESPONSES - Folding Space (Hymen)
AKPATOK - Two Winters Two Springs (Low Clouds)
THE FLESH EATERS - Forever Came Today (Superior Viaduct)
TENNISCOATS - Music Exists (Disc 1) (Majikick 20th)
EERIE WANDA - Hum (Beyond Beyond Is Beyond)
VARIOUS - African Gems (SWP)
THE MISSING SOULS - Got To Have Your Lovin' (Hi-Ho)
ERNIE K-DOE - Don't Kill My Groove! The Complete Duke Singles 1964-1970 (Playback)
LAURENCE VANAY - Les Soleils de la Vie (Lion Productions)
VARIOUS - Shazam! and Other Instrumentals Written by Lee Hazlewood (Ace)
MARTIN DAVORIN JAGODIC - Tempo Furioso (Tolles Wetter) (Cramps)
THE RENDERERS - In the Sodium Light (Ba Da Bing!)
FATOU SEIDI GHALI & ALAMNOU AKROUNI - Les Filles de Illighadad (Sahel Sounds)
INUTILLI - Elves, Red Sprites, Blue Jets (Aagoo)
VENETIAN SNARES - Traditional Synthesizer Music (Timesig)
VARIOUS - Experimental Studio Bratislava Series 2: Nova Generacia (VSMU)
VARIOUS - DJ Kicks: Moodymann (K7)
VARIOUS - Swamp Pop By the Bayou: Troubles, Tears, & Trains (Ace)
MIDORI TAKADA - Through the Looking Glass (RCA Japan)
DEATH BY UNGA BUNGA - Pineapple Pizza (Jansen)
KARLA BORECKY - Still In Your Pocket (Recital Nine)
JOE HAYWOOD - Warm & Tender Soul (Playback)
NUEL - Hyperboreal (Further)
HARPERS BIZARRE - The Complete Singles Collection (1965-1970) (Now Sounds)
PATRIZIO FARISELLI - Antropofagia (Cramps)
SANTIGOLD - 99 Cents (Atlantic)
LIVING HOUR - Living Hour (Lefse)
BARRY ADAMSON - Know Where To Run (CCI)
CEU - Tropix (Urban Jungle)
GUERILLA TOSS - Eraser Stargazer (DFA)

Medium Airplay
VARIOUS - Blank Australian Analogue Archive (Blank)
DOUG TUTTLE - It Calls On Me (Trouble In Mind)
PURLING HISS - My, My, My (Famous Class)
PORCHES - Pool (Domino)
CAIT BRENNAN - Debutante (Black Market Glamour)
LUMENLAB - They Are Killing Us (Aagoo)
THE LONG RYDERS - Final Wild Songs (Cherry Red)
CRUCIAMENTUM - Charnel Passages (Profound Lore)
ENNIO MORRICONE - Spasmo (Dagored)
GAME THEORY - Lolita Nation (Omnivore Recordings)
NURSE WITH WOUND - Lumb's Sister (United Jnana)
PRINCE RAMA - Xtreme Now (Carpark)
SLICK! - Slick! (King Rocker)
LARRY YOUNG - In Paris: the Ortf Recordings (Resonance)
VARIOUS - Congo Guitars 1952 & 1957 (SWP)
CLOUDLAND CANYON - An Arabesque (Medical)
CIRCLES - Circles (Mental Experience)
LUCINDA WILLIAMS - The Ghosts of Highway 20 (Thirty Tigers)
THE FALL - Wise Ol' Man EP (Cherry Red)
STEVE REICH - Four Organs / Phase Patters (Superior Viaduct)
CLARENCE CARTER - The Is / The Dynamic Clarence Carter (Kent)
LINVAL THOMPSON - Strong Like Sampson: The 12 (Hot Milk)
BLOOD LEWIIS - Pentecostal Gymnast Trapped In Lime Jello (BUFMS)
HEAVY TIMES - Black Sunglasses City Lights (HoZac)
VARIOUS - Movements Vol. 8 (Tramp)
THE LANDLORDS - Fitzgerald's Paris (Feel It)
VARIOUS - Harmony of the Soul: Vocal Groups 1962-1977 (Ace / Kent)
THE KVB - Of Desire (Metropolis)
GROWING PAINS / FOX FUN - Split 7 (Glad Fact)
BUMMERS EVE - Bummers Eve (Almost Ready)
SOUNDTRACK - Fenster's Emocean (Morr Music)
ADULT BOOKS - Running from the Blows (Lolipop!)
FRANCOISE HARDY - Le Premier Bonheur du Jour (Future Days Recordings)
KENDRICK LAMAR - Untitled Unmastered (Aftermath/Interscope)
CRETINS - Meat (Deranged)
- Burj Al Imam (Annihaya)
VARIOUS - Waste-A-Life: Bedroom Suck Sampler 2016 (Bedroom Suck)
IMPACT ALL STARS - Java Java Java (Impact!)
RONNIE SPECTOR - English Heart (429 Records)
SCATTERED ORDER - Some Men Remember Music (Rather be Vinyl)
VARIOUS - Rubble Kings: The Album (Mass Appeal)
CURRENT 93 - The Moons At Your Door (The Spheres Nineteen)
NAP EYES - Thought Rock Fish Scale (Paradise of Bachelors)
FRED FRITH / DARREN JOHNSTON - Everybody/s Somebody/s Nobody (Clean Feed)
LEA BERTUCCI + LEILA BORDREUIL - L'Onde Souterraine (Telegraph Harp)
CHARLES DOUGLAS - The Lives of Charles Douglas (Broken Horse)
CADAVER EYES - Class Mammal (HCB)
ANDRE BRATTEN - Gode (Smalltown Supersound)
SARAH NEUFELD - The Ridge (Paper Bag)
MATS GUSTAFSSON - Piano Mating (Blue Tapes)
SIDESTEPPER - Supernatural Love (Real World)
ZBIGNIEW KARKOWSKI/JEAN-LOUIS HUHTA/LARS AKERLUND - A Bird in the Hand Is Worth Two in the Bush (Sub Rosa)
DEERHOOF - Fever121614 (Polyvinyl)
QUILT - Plaza (Kemado)
PRINS THOMAS - Principe Del Norte (Smalltown Supersound)
DISAPPEARS - Low (Live in Chicago) (Sonic Cathedral)
STEVE GUNN / KURT VILE - Split LP (Three Lobed)
GELBART - Preemptive Musical Offerings To Satisfy Our Future Masters (Gagarin)
THE BODY - No One Deserves Happiness (Thrill Jockey)
BOSSE-DE-NAGE - Allfours (Profound Lore)
BILLY CHANGER - Billy Changer (Lolipop!)
THIRD EYE FOUNDATION - The Dark (Ici D'Alleurs)
CHRIS KNOX - Seizure (Captured Tracks / Flying Nun)
HOSSEIN MALEK / LEO KUPPER - Santur Orient Occident (Sub Rosa)
UNDERWORLD - Barbara Barbara, We Face a Shining Future (Astralwerks)
WILLIE NELSON - Summertime (Legacy)
MARIANNE DISSARD - Cibola Gold: Best of 2008-2015 (No Label)
THIS HEAT W/MARIO BOYER DIEKURROH / ALBERT MARCOEUR - Split Cassette (Tago Mago / Care In the Community)
SELTEN GEHORTE MUSIK - 3. Berliner Dichterworkshop (Selten Gehorte Musik)
LORETTA LYNN - Full Circle (Legacy/Sony)
SONGHOY BLUES - Music in Exile (Atlantic)
LYDIA LUNCH RETROVIRUS - Live In Zurich (Widowspeak)
IGGY POP / TARWATER / ALVA NOTO - Leaves Of Grass (Morr Music)
KANE STRANG - Blue Cheese (Ba Da Bing!)

Light Airplay
THE CAVE SINGERS - Banshee (Jagjaguwar)
ED BALLOON - No Smoking (Deathbomb Arc)
OAF - Cheat II (Deranged)
MIYANISHI KEIZO + THE HUNDRED DEVILS - Japanese Original Rock Style (Pataphysique)
WEASEL WALTER LARGE ENSEMBLE - Igneity: After the Fall of Civilization (No Label)
RYAN CHOI - Three Dancers (Accretions)
FOLKAL POINT - Folkal Point (Zeitgeist)
LUST FOR YOUTH - Compassion (Sacred Bones)
NO ZU - Afterlife (Chapter Music)
MURAL - Tempo (Sofa Music)
ALEC LIVADITIS - Clear and Cloud (Kye)
VARIOUS - FPE Sampler 2016 (FPE)
LAURICE - G.A.Y.D.A.R. (Mighty Mouth Music)
TORBEN SNEKKESTAD - Winds of Mouth (Ilk)
KEN MOORE & LARRY JETER - Tape Recordings 1975: Early Progressive Works (Vinyl On Demand)
LAND - Inoxia (Important)
PHILIP CORNER - OM Entering and Once Enterd: The Barton Workshop Plays Philip Corner (Kye)
M. WARD - More Rain (Merge)
DIAMOND GUTS - Short Ribs (Secret Awesome)
TERRINE - jacquesthollot4ever (No Lagos)
BENT SHAPES - Wolves of Want (Slumberland)
NICHOLAS J. GAROFALO - Carrot Top (No Label)
NSU - 70 AD (Feel It)
LUSHLIFE + CSLSX - Ritualize (Western Vinyl)
EDIP AKBAYRAM - DOSTLAR - Nice Yillara Gulum (Pharaway Sounds)
TOM CRUISE AND KATIE HOLMES - A Million Farewells (Genjing)
XU XU FANG - Daylong Secret (The Sound Ranch)
UNLOVED - Guilty of Love (No Label)
IDEA FIRE COMPANY - The Laboratory EP (The Anti-Naturals/Swill Radio)
VARIOUS - No Lagos Quartrieme Compilation (No Lagos)
SOUNDTRACK - Vinyl (Atlantic/Warner Brothers)
KEIKO HIGUCHI - Between Dream and Haze (Improvising Beings)
VARIOUS - The Ruptured Sessions Volume 5 (Ruptured)
NIGHTFELL - Darkness Evermore (20 Buck Spin)
MERZBOW - Kookaburra (Hospital Hill)
SEWERS / RAT KING - Split Cassette (Virtual Cool)
KAISER/COGBURN/PARKER/SMITH - Nearly Extinct (Balance Point Acoustics)
COUGAR ON A METH BINGE - Light In You (No Label)
SINDRE BJERGA - Fugue States (Invisible City)
MAMIEDARAGON - Repasse Ta Bac Par Les Armes (No Lagos)
TINA: SINK - Tina: Sink (Sophomore Lounge)
DEEP THROATS - Good Bad Pretty (Effeminate)
SOUNDTRACK - Memphis Wrasslin' (Off the Rope / Shangri-La)
MISANTROPUS - The Gnomes (Minotauro)
WOOLEN MEN - Options (No Label)
JANDEK - Dublin Friday (Corwood Industries)
PROTEAN REALITY - Protean Reality (Clean Feed)
VARIOUS - San Francisco Is Doomed (Crime On The Moon)
VARIOUS - Anti-Mimesis (Das Andere Seebst)
GRAHAM REPULSKI - High On Mt. Misery (No Label)
MASSIMO MAGEE & DAVID W. STOCKARD - Interragatories (Kendra Steiner Editions)
STRING NOISE - The Book of Strange Positions (Northern-Spy)
HARD BODIES - Hard Bodies (No Label)
TRISTAN PERICH - Dual Synthesis (Physical Editions)
BRIAN RURYK / STEPHEN BOYLE - Split Cassette (No Label)
ARABROT - The Gospel (Fysisk Format)
ANDREW BATT-RAWDEN & CHRIS MANSELL - Seven Stations (Hospital Hill)
PATRIZIA OLIVA & METABOLISMUS - Noumenon (Metabolismus)
CARTER THORNTON - Mapping The Ghost Vol. 1: The Dirt Path To the Field (Soft Abuse)
ELPH VS. COIL - Worship the Glitch (Keep Tapes Alive)

7" Singles List
THE MISSING SOULS - Got To Have Your Lovin' (Hi-Ho)
PURLING HISS - My My My (Famous Class)
HEAVY TIMES - Black Sunglasses City Lights (Hozac)
CRETINS - Meat (Deranged)
GROWING PAINS / FOX FUN - Split 7" (Glad Fact)
OAF - Cheat II (Deranged)

THE TOMB WEAVERS - So Alone (Get Hip)
IDEA FIRE COMPANY - The Laboratory EP (The Anti-Naturals/Swill Radio)

RPM List
PRAED - Fabrication of Silver Dreams (Annihaya)
FATIMA AL QADIRI - Brute (Hyperdub)
SOMATIC RESPONSES - Folding Space (Hymen)
VENETIAN SNARES - Traditional Synthesizer Music (Timesig)
VARIOUS - DJ Kicks: Moodymann (K7)
LUMENLAB - They Are Killing Us (Aagoo)
PEDER MANNERFELT - The Swedish Congo Record (Archives Interieures)
BKGD AUDIO - Round One (BKDG Audio)
PITA - Get In (Mego)
ASH KOOSHA - I AKA I (Ninja Tune)

Jazz List
LARRY YOUNG - In Paris: the Ortf Recordings (Resonance)
FRED FRITH / DARREN JOHNSTON - Everbody/s Sombody/s Nobody (Clean Feed)
MATS GUSTAFSSON - Piano Mating (Blue Tapes)
WEASEL WALTER LARGE ENSEMBLE: Igneity: After the Fall of Civilization (No Label)
TORBEN SNEKKESTAD - Winds of Mouth (Ilk)
PROTEAN REALITY - Protean Reality (Clean Feed)
CARLOS NINO & FRIENDS - Flutes, Echoes, It's All Happening! (Leaving)
MYRA MELFORD & BEN GOLDBERG - Dialogue (BAG Production)

Loud List
CRUCIAMENTUM - Charnel Passages (Profound Lore)
THE LANDLORDS - Fitzgerald's Paris (Feel It)
CADAVER EYES - Class Mammal (HCB)
THE BODY - Nobody Deserves Happiness (Thrill Jockey)
BOSSE-DE-NAGE - Allfours (Profound Lore)
NSU - 70 AD (Feel It)
MERZBOW - Kookaburra (Hospital Hill)
SEWERS / RAT KING - Split Cassette (Virtual Cool)
SUMAC - What One Becomes (Thrill Jockey)

World List
VARIOUS - Sol Sok Sega: Sega Sounds From Mauritius 1973-1979 (Strut)
FADOUL - Al Aman Saib (Habibi Funk)
PRAED - Fabrication of Silver Dreams (Annihaya)
VARIOUS - African Gems (SWP)
FATOU SEIDI GHALI & ALAMNOU AKROUNI - Les Filles de Illighadad (Sahel Sounds)
VARIOUS - Congo Guitars 1952 & 1952 (SWP)
LINVAL THOMPSON - Strong Like Sampson: The 12 (Hot Milk)
IMPACT ALL STARS - Java Java Java (Impact!)
SIDESTEPPER - Supernatural Love (Real World)
SONGHOY BLUES - Music in Exile (Atlantic)

Hip-Hop List
KENDRICK LAMAR - Untitled Unmastered (Aftermath/Interscope)
VARIOUS - Rubble Kings: The Album (Mass Appeal)
ED BALLOON - No Smoking (Deathbomb Arc)
LUSHLIFE + CSLSX - Ritialize (Western Vinyl)

MR. LIF - Don't Look Down" (Mello Music Group)
HOMEBOY SANDAMAN - Kindness For Weakness (Stones Throw)
ODDISEE - The Odd Tape (Mello Music Group)
AESOP ROCK - The Impossible Kid  (Rhymesayers Ent.)
APATHY - Handshakes With Snakes (Dirty Version)
SHABAZZ PALACES - Live At Third Man Records (Third Man)

Cassette List
THIS HEAT W/MARIO BOYER DIEKURROH / ALBERT MARCOEUR - Split Cassette (Tago Mago / Care In the Community)
SINDRE BJERGA - Fugue States (Invisible City)
MAMIEDARAGON - Repasse Ta Bac Par Les Armes (No Lagos Musique)
SEWERS / RAT KING - Split Cassette (Virtual Cool)
WOOLEN MEN - Options (No Label)
PATRIZIA OLIVA & METABOLISMUS - Noumenon (Metabolismus)
STRING NOISE - The Book of Strange Positions (Northern-Spy)
HARD BODIES - Hard Bodies (No Label)
VARIOUS - San Francisco Is Doomed (Crime on the Moon)
TINA:SINK - Tina:Sink (Sophomore Lounge)

Brett Burton on Nickel and Dime radio
Thursday, June 16th, Midnight - 3am
Nickel and Dime Radio with $mall ¢hange
$mall ¢hange welcomes Brett Burton for Nickel and Dime radio this week. He began DJing in the late 90s, spinning at long-gone but not forgotten venues such as Plaid, Volume, Boogaloo Lounge, and Rothko, and threw an Italo and Industrial night called No Tears. He's also opened up for New Order in the UK, and involved with producing a record for Joel Stones of Fumaça Preta / Tropicalia in Furs. For this show he'll be playing mostly funk 45s, all vinyl.

Thomas Storck
Thursday, June 16th, 9am - Noon
Imaginary Radio with Chris M.
06/16/16: Hail Satan! Also a music set by WFMU DJ Thomas Storck who will be live in-studio performing his original music with tapes and boomboxes.

Peer Pressure with JJ Koczan of the Obelisk
Thursday, June 16th, Noon - 3pm
Diane's Kamikaze Fun Machine
Diane welcomes author and heavy music kiosk, JJ Koczan (KO ZAN) to rock another Peer Pressure segment at 1pm. JJ is the man behind the -a huge heavy music website, and our Roadburn correspondent if Diane can't make it! He'll talk about the upcoming Obelisk All Dayer, a huge show being held at St. Vitus Bar in Brooklyn, August 20th, Roadburn and all else rock!

Bun E. Carlos (Cheap Trick) PLUS Giuda
Saturday, June 18th, 3pm - 6pm
Todd-o-phonic Todd's show
Legendary Cheap Trick drummer Bun E. Carlos stops by the studio to talk and play records with Todd-O-Phonic Todd. Bun E.'s great new solo record on eOne Music, "Greetings From Bunezuela" will be released on June 24th. The album marvelously displays Bun. E's impeccable taste and his impressive friends. His first solo record features top-notch covers of songs by The Who, Dalek and The Blackstones, The Rolling Stones, Bee Gees, Dylan and Them (among others) and some of the featured vocalists are Alejandro Escovedo, Robert Pollard, Hanson and Rick Rizzo.

The sensational Italian glam band Giuda perform a live set on the Todd-O-Phonic Todd show. They will be performing at The Punk Rock Bowling Festival in Asbury Park on Saturday June 11th and at Grand Victory on Monday June 13th. Be sure and pick up "Speaks Evil", their third album, on Burning Heart Records. Giuda are the best Italian export since Gina Lollobrigida!

Savoy Motel
Sunday, June 19th, 6am - 9am
Burn It Down! with Nate K.
Savoy Motel, the new band from Cheap Time's Jeffrey Novak, might seem like something of a curveball for those expecting more of the Nashville artist's twisted glam punk. Yet the band, which also features members of Music City's Heavy Cream, is in perfect keeping with Novak's mining of the lesser genres of decades past--this time around offering a detached yet decidedly funky revamp of that brief, nebulous moment when glam, funk, disco, and art rock all sort of collapsed in on one another. The band is on tour throughout June, playing Union Pool on June 17 and were kind enough to drop by WFMU for a live set.

Sissy Spacek
Monday, June 20th, 8pm - 9pm
Infinite Distortion
Nightmare blast duo SISSY SPACEK - John Wiese and Charlie Mumma - bring their unique brand of "hellish, unrelenting grind" and absolutely shredded harsh noise to INFINITE DISTORTION at 8pm on Monday, June 20th. Hear the live session that required multiple staff members come investigate studio B for fears of permanent damage to both their hearing and our fair station's structural integrity. It's brilliantly taught, texturally complex, and full spike bat to the face noisecore from LA's Sissy Spacek this Monday at 8pm on Infinite Distortion - on 91.1 FM and

Ken Fury (Julie fills in for Jesse Jarnow)
Tuesday, June 21st, Midnight - 3am
on Dark Night of the Soul with Julie

A multi-pronged media artist, Ken Fury mixes the words and imagery from his writing and painting with sounds and beats drawn from his dance life. The result is both danceable and dangerous, emotional and industrial. He uses acoustic and electronic instruments around throaty haunting vocals along with some surprising theremin. His third album, The Cry of Nature's Birth, was released in April with a companion book of art. Ken will soon be seen dancing in the new Baz Luhrmann Netflix series, The Get Down.

Venom (live from Primavera Sound June 4th)
Tuesday, June 21st, 3pm - 6pm
on Brian Turner's show

On June 3rd and 4th, WFMU relocated to Barcelona, Spain to broadcast the giant Primavera Sound festival for 18 hours of assorted live sets with no filler. Late in the game, we got the green light to roll down to record Venom, and today on Brian's show you'll hear an exclusive-to-WFMU-only airing of the band's completely obliterating live set, just feet away from the Mediterranean Sea! Formed in 1979 in Newcastle, England, Venom's first two albums sewed the seeds for for countless legions of thrash, death, and black metal combos to follow, replacing technical prowess with pure speed and crude punk approach, all topped off by bassist Cronos' inimitable gargle-with-thumbtacks vox. Today's lineup includes Cronos with guitarist Stuart "La Rage" Dixon, and drummer Danny "Dante" Needham, and they'll be plowing through an hour of classic and recent material with a mix that will, like their beloved Newcastle Brown Ale, knock you on your effing back.

Journalist/Singer Sylvie Simmons
Wednesday, June 22nd, 3pm - 6pm
on Irwin Chusid

Journalist Sylvie Simmons returns to Irwin's program on Weds. June 22 at 5pm. Simmons visited in 2012 to discuss her book I'M YOUR MAN: THE LIFE OF LEONARD COHEN. She then toured the world with her book and her ukulele, composed and performed songs, and landed a record deal. Her self-titled album was released on Light in the Attic in 2014, which sent her back on the road performing club and concert dates on several continents. Simmons has penned bios of Serge Gainsbourg and Neil Young, and is a Contributing Editor at Mojo magazine, for whom she continues to write "ridiculously lengthy articles." She is currently working on a new collection of short stories, and will be performing at Idio Gallery in Brooklyn on June 23.

Peer Pressure with King Fowley of Deceased
Thursday, June 23rd, Noon - 3pm
Diane's Kamikaze Fun Machine
King Fowley, founding member and vocalist of Thrash cult heroes, DECEASED is Diane's 1pm guest. He's just returned from playing a handful of shows in Peru, and will update us on Deceased's touring schedule and, as always, play a bunch of musical surprises along with telling great stories, during the playlist segment of the show! He'll be phoning in live and questions can be posed to him in the comments!

Joke Lanz (Sudden Infant)
Friday, June 24th, 9pm - Midnight
Daniel Blumin's show
Since the birth of Sudden Infant over a quarter century ago, Berlin-based Swiss performance/noise artist Joke Lanz has been melting faces and busting ear drums with improvised music concrete, contact mic disturbances, tapes 'n loops, and ricocheting turntable cut-ups. The project is now a trio but tune in to hear a good old fashioned live solo session along with a chat about the latest in the world of Joke!

Catch Joke Lanz solo (along with solo sets from fellow Schimpfluch-Gruppniks Dave Phillips and Rudolf on June 15th at Nothing Changes, 131 Chrystie, NYC.

Pere Ubu
Tuesday, June 28th, 3pm - 6pm
on Brian Turner's show

Undoubtedly one of the most important bands in the history of the American underground, Pere Ubu emerged from Cleveland in 1975 to challenge art and rock music to step outside its well-trodden '70s safety zone. They're often credited with being thee missing link between the Velvet Underground and the late 70's punk explosion, but have also established a solid discography of records way beyond that continuing into the modern era, continually reinventing their own identity and always looking forward. Hence it's a rare and exciting treat to have them visit Brian's show today to solely focus on the material they released from 1975-82, as part of their "Co-Ed Jail" tour in the wake of two comprehensive boxed set anthologies of that period, currently out on Fire Records. We'll be hearing material from The Modern Dance, Datapanik in the Year Zero, the Art of Walking, and Song of the Bailing Man, and needless to say it will be an unmissible event in the WFMU studios! Pere Ubu plays the Bowery Ballroom (with Obnox) Wednesday, June 29th.

Bob Brown
Tuesday, June 28th, 9pm - Midnight
on Irene Trudel's show

After releasing two albums of fragile, orchestral folk tunes in the early 1970's, Bob Brown essentially left the music business. Both albums, "The Wall I Built Myself" and "Willoughby’s Lament," were originally released on Richie Havens’ Stormy Forest label and disappeared after a couple of big-label mergers. Jump ahead to 2016 and the Tompkins Square label has reissued both of theses delicately pastoral gems. In celebration, Bob Brown along with Wall Matthews play live on Irene's show in advance of a gig at Joe's Pub.

Better Than The Beatles
Thursday, June 30th, 9am - Noon
Imaginary Radio with Chris M.
A personal statement from Chris M: More than any other artist, The Beatles shaped pop and rock music from the 1960s to today... and I hate them. I hate their cloying singing, their stupid lyrics and I hate most of their dumb baby songs. On this show, you will hear only covers and songs inspired by the Beatles to prove that pretty much anybody can be better (but not necessarily bigger) than the Beatles.

The Chills (live from WFMU's Monty Hall May 23rd)
Tuesday, July 5th, 3pm - 6pm
on Brian Turner's show

Tune in today for a full broadcast from the Jersey City stop on the Chills' first American tour in 20 years. Formed by Martin Phillips in 1980, the Chills spent several decades as one of the more internationally-visible New Zealand exports of lysergic pop music, touring the world, landing on both indie and major US labels, and becoming John Peel darlings. As the mid '90s hit, Phillips dissolved the band, occasionally revamping its lineup for homeland gigs, and sporadically recording material with shifting members and other artists, until finally returning to a full-time presence on Fire records last year with the album Silver Bullets. They recently headed to New York and played NYC Popfest in Brooklyn May 22nd, followed by a triumphant gig at WFMU's on Monty Hall May 23rd where they tore through a setlist of songs that appeased even the most diehard fans in attendance. Tune in today at 4pm and hear it all on Brian's program.

The Muffs
Saturday, July 16th, 3pm - 6pm
Todd-o-phonic Todd's show
The Muffs perform live for Todd-O-Phonic Todd and the listening audience. They are celebrating the expanded Omnivore reissue of their amazing second album, "Blonder and Blonder". L.A.'s finest will be performing July 14th and 15th at Union Pool and July 16th at Monty Hall. Hopefully Todd's post-set interview will include questions about why The Dodgers are still struggling.

Tuesday, August 9th, 3pm - 6pm
on Brian Turner's show

Hailing from Yogyakarta, Indonesia, Senyawa forged new directions in sound by wedding experimental approach with strong elements of their cultural traditions and their musical folklore. Together, Senyawa employs extended vocal techniques with oddly-rigged and heavily amplified instruments of primitive make. Founder Rully Shabara also led the mathy-rock combo Zoo, until meeting Wukir Suryadi, an East Javanese musician who created a bamboo-based electric instrument called the Bambuwukir and began collaborating. Senyawa explores the possibilities of stringed and percussive textures, both plucked, and bowed, noised up, and again dosed with a heavy element of tradition. A number of their recordings can be found on the Free Music Archive, and New Yorkers can see them live August 10th at the Bridget Donahue Gallery 99 Bowery, 2nd Floor.

Tuesday, August 16th, 3pm - 6pm
on Brian Turner's show

Philadelphia-based singer/songwriter Rosali Middleman has just released Out of Love, a gorgeous collection of hazy, introspective, acoustic songs mining terrain somewhere in between NYC primitive urban folk of the ESP era and pre-Mac Buckingham Nicks demos of the early '70s with contemporary originality. Personal ballads with a touch of lilting psychedelia encompassed by an embracing voice, live in the studio today. Out of Love is out now on Siltbreeze Records.

Tuesday, August 23rd, 3pm - 6pm
on Brian Turner's show

Best described as "pugilistic rhythm-and-noise", the trio known as Sumac have just released their second album "What One Becomes", and have hit new peaks of dense, complex, face-punching, feedback-drenched chaos. The band is made up of Aaron Turner (Isis, Old Man Gloom, Mammifer) on guitar, Nick Yacyshyn on drums (Baptists), and Brian Cook on bass (Russian Circles, These Arms Are Snakes, Botch). They'll be at St. Vitus in Brooklyn a couple of nights earlier, August 18th, but hear them metallicize WFMU's studio B today.

Guest DJ Tom Lax from Siltbreeze Records
Tuesday, August 30th, 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!

If you missed our broadcast over the weekend of June 3/4 from Barcelona, Spain, you can listen back to streams of all the sets we carried from the festival with live play-by-play from WFMU's Brian, Liz, and Cheyenne:

Friday, June 3rd:
Live sets from Mueran Humanos, Lee Ranaldo & El Rayo, James Hunter Six, Carseat Headrest, AR Kane, Kamasi Washington, Protomartyr, John Carpenter, Mbongwana Star, Thee Oh Sees, Richard Dawson, Dungen, Neil Hagerty & the Howling Hex, Steve Gunn

Saturday, June 4th:
Live sets from Cavern Of Anti-Matter, Royal Headache, Tortoise, Selda feat. Boom Pam, Dinosaur Jr., US Girls, Drive Like Jehu, Dam-Funk, Orchestre Baobab, Parquet Courts, Ty Segall & the Muggers, Boredoms, Islam Chipsy + EEK

43 Montgomery Street, Jersey City, NJ

Fri 6/24  The So So Glos / Big Ups / Honduras (8:30pm, $10-12)
Sat 6/25 Prove It All Night! with Pat Byrne (9:30pm, $5)
Sun 6/26 Quasi / Saqqara Mastaba (8:30pm $15-17)
Fri 7/1 The Explorers Club / Brett Harris / Jay Gonzales (8:30pm, $10-12)
Fri 7/8  Nap Eyes / Jacques Le Coque (9:00pm, $10)
Sat 7/16 The Muffs / Low Doses / Tough Shits (9:00pm, $15-18)
Fri 7/22  The Fleshtones / Dirty Fences / Paul Collins Beat / Bug Huge (8:30pm, $10-12)
Wed 8/3 Boogarins (9:00pm, $10-12)
Thu 8/4 The Everymen / Desir Decir / Those Pretty Wrongs (Jody Stephens from Big Star), (8:30pm, $10)
Fri 8/5  Pinegrove / Sports / Half Waif / Fourth Wanderers (7:30pm, $12-15)
Sat 8/20 Electric Six (9:00pm, $13-15)
Fri 9/23 Linda Gail Lewis / Reach Around Rodeo Clowns (8:30pm, $15-20)
Sat 10/1 Barrance Whitfield & the Savages (9:00pm, $10-12)
Tue 10/11 Merchandise (8:30pm, $10-12)

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