WFMU Recent Airplay list, August 8, 2016

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Heavy Airplay, August 8, 2016
LINO CAPRA VACCINA - Antico Adagio (Die Schachtel)
CATE LE BON - Crab Day (Drag City)
VARIOUS - Sacred Flute Music from New Guinea: Madang/Windim Mambu (Editions Mego/Ideologic Organ)
PASCALE COMELADE + LES LIMINANAS - The Nothing-Twist (Trouble In Mind)
KID CONGO AND THE PINK MONKEY BIRDS - La Arana es La Vida (In the Red)
HARMONIA - Documents 1975 (Groenland)
LARRY LEVAN - Genius of Time (Universal)
THE GOON SAX - Up To Anything (Chapter Music)
HONEY - Love Is Hard (Wharf Cat)
VARIOUS - Klangfarbe: German Democratic Republic Tape Music 1983-1987 (Mannequin)
TRAD GRAS OCH STENAR - Trad Gras Och Stenar (Anthology Recordings)
IMARHAN - Imarhan (City Slang)
KONONO NO. 1 - Konono No. 1 Meets Batida (Crammed Discs)
ANGRY ANGLES - Angry Angles (Goner)
SAMARA LUBELSKI - The Guilded Rain (Drawing Room)
THE TRADITIONAL FOOLS - Fools Gold (In the Red)
JOHN CARPENTER - Lost Themes II (Sacred Bones)
VARIOUS - California Soul: Funk & Soul From the Garden State 1967-76 (BGP/Ace)
RICHARD YOUNGS - Varispeed Etudes (Golden Lab)
BIXIO / FRIZZI / TEMPERA - Magnetic Systems (Finders Keepers)
JIBOIA - Masala (Lovers & Lollypops)
VARIOUS - Voltique Panoramique Vol. 1: Popular Music in Ougadougou & Bobo-Dioulasso 1968-1978 (Kindred Spirits)
BRIAN ENO - The Ship (Warp/Opal)
PETER JEFFERIES / JONO LONIE - At Swim 2 Birds (Captured Tracks / Flying Nun)
ANGIE - Free Agent (Rice Is Nice)
A GIANT DOG - Pile (Merge)
MARC KATE - Despairer (Failing Forms)
ZOOM - Sweet Desperation (Ugly Pop)
JULIANNA BARWICK - Will (Dead Oceans)
AAVIKKO - Okeanos (Ektro)
KLAUS JOHANN GROBE - Spagat Der Liebe (Trouble In Mind)
DAVID KILGOUR - Sugar Mouth (Captured Tracks / Flying Nun)
HEIMAT - Heimat (Teenage Menopause / Kill Shaman)

Medium Airplay
VARIOUS - The Wire Tapper 40 (The Wire)
JACK ASHFORD - Just Productions (Kent Soul)
THE COFFIN DAGGERS - Aggravatin' Rhythms (Cleopatra)
TIMMY'S ORGANISM - Wild Humanoid (Urinal Cake)
ANDY STOTT - Too Many Voices (Modern Love)
VARIOUS - One Track Mind! More Motown Guys (Kent Soul)
SHARK TOYS - Outsider Sect (Mt. St. Mtn)
MAXINE FUNKE - Felt (Time-Lag)
LIFETONES - For a Reason (Tone of Life / Light in the Attic)
BRITISH ELECTRONIC FOUNDATION - Presents Music of Quality and Distinction Volume One (Virgin)
PJ HARVEY - The Hope Six Demolition Project (Vagrant)
DWIGHT TWILLEY BAND - The Great Lost Twilley Album (Shelter)
ASTRAL COLONELS - Good Times In the End Times (Immediata)
CUT WORMS - Don't Want To Say Goodbye (Randy)
SUN RA & HIS SOLAR ARKESTRA - Horizon (Art Yard)
ROBERT BENSICK BAND - French Pictures in London (Smog Veil)
BRIAN REITZELL - Auto Music (Smalltown Supersound)
SOUNDTRACK - La Jetee (Superior Viaduct)
THE COATHANGERS - Nosebleed Weekend (Suicide Squeeze)
MILLION DOLLAR ECSTACY - Million Dollar Ecstacy (Manufactured Recordings)
PYLON - Live (Chunklet Industries)
VARIOUS - Hardcore Matinee (Museum School)
'MV' VALENTINE / NICK MITCHELL- Split 7 (Golden Lab)
KUMASI TRIO - Fanti Guitar In West Africa, Vol. 1 (Asherah)
DICK DIVER - Calendar Days (Trouble In Mind)
STRATEGY - Noise Tape Self (Further)
THE DIRTIEST - Alarm (Slovenly)
NIELS LYHNE LOKKEGAARD - Descending Piece (Hiatus)
THE CLAUDIA QUINTET - Super Petite (Cuneiform)
CHRIS COHEN - As If Apart (Captured Tracks)
KAREL APPEL - Musique Barbare Van Karel Appel (Sub Rosa)
DAVID FIRST - Same Animal, Different Cages Vol 1: Etudes for Acoustic Guitar (Fabrica)
PAINT THINNER - Paint Thinner (No Label)
JOY - Ride Along (Tee Pee)
THE CALIFORNIA PLAYBOYS - Trying To Become a Millionaire (Manufactured Recordings)
DEBO BAND - Ere Gobez (FPE)
CHARALAMBIDES - Strangle the Wretched Heavens (Drawing Room)
ANDY CALIFORNIA - My Dying Bed (Black Gladiator / Slovenly)
JACKIE LYNN - Jackie Lynn (Thrill Jockey)
DAVID GRUBBS - Prismrose (Blue Chopsticks)
DIMINISHED MEN - Vision In Crime (Abduction)
MERET BECKER - Noctambule (Rough Trade)
ENBULULUGUGAL - Cultivating the Devil Goat Vomit Harvest (Enbululugugal Kreationz)
LA LOGIA SARABANDA - Guayaba (Munster)
TODESSTOSS - Hirngemeer (I, Voidhanger)
HEBOSAGIL - Lohtu (Ektro)
K-9 SNIFFIES - Master's Touch (Urinal Cake)

Light Airplay
MOUNDS - Mounds (Mounds)
CURSE PURSE W/GARY PANTER - Curse Purse w/Gary Panter (Feeding Tube)
AMP STUDIO - Uncertainty Principles (Ampbase)
TONY JOE WHITE - Rain Crow (Yep Roc)
CFM - Still Life of Citrus and Slime (In the Red)
TRASHCAN SINATRAS - Wild Pendulum (No Label)
BROMP TREB - Concession Themes (Feeding Tube)
LEGENDARY PINK DOTS - A Scented Candle (Noise Noise Noise)
BoZo - Februarius (Weigh Out West)
SONNY ROLLINS - Holding the Stage: Road Shows Vol. 4 (Doxy/Okeh)
YOUTH CODE - Commitment To Complications (Dais)
ST VINCENT & THE GRENADINES - Look To See/Side of Life (Randstock)
CAETANO VELOSO / GILBERTO GIL - Multishow Live (Nonesuch)
FRANCISCO MEIRINO & GERRITT WITTMER - The Confidence of Being Lost (Misanthropic Agenda)
KIM HIORTHOY - Dogs (Smalltown Supersound)
ZERODENT - Zerodent (Alien Snatch)
ROBERT CROUCH - A Gradual Accumulation of Ideas Becomes Truth (L_NE)
ROGUE WAVE - Delusions of Grand Fur (Easy Sound)
SULFUR CITY - Talking Loud (Alive!)
NECRO DEATHMORT - The Capsule (Rocket Recordings)
CHALAQUE - Helderberg Howl (Golden Lab)
FIVE GUITARS FOR TONY CONRAD - Five Guitars For Tony Conrad (Tape Drift)
ROSEMARY KRUST - Last Tape (Washy Tapes)
THE WORLD - Managerial Material (Upset the Rhythm!)
PINEY GIR - Mr. Hyde's Wild Ride (Greyday)
CHICO LEVERETT - Solid Sender (Third Man/Tamla)
PETER BROTZMANN / HEATHER LEIGH - Ears Are Filled With Wonder (Not Two)
WOVEN SKULL - Woven Skull (Eiderdown)
DOMINGO JUSTUS - Juju Music in Nigeria, Vol. 1 (Asherah)
SON OF A GUN - Co-Pay (Lo-Fi Supply)
HEY COLOSSUS - All the Humans (Are Losing Control) (No Label)
US WEEKLY - Ideas (No Label)
M83 - Junk (Mute)
BURNT HILLS - Live at the Low Beat (Golden Lab)
RANCID HELL SPAWN - Eat My Cigarette (Wrench)
SLOWCOACH - Distance Makes the Heart Grow Fondlier (Pacific Rock)
Z.M. DAGAR & Z.F. DAGAR - Ragini Miyan Ki Todi: Bombay 1968 (Country and Eastern)
MALCOLM GOLDSTEIN - Soweto Stomp (Mode)
JEFF PARKER - Get Dressed (Intl Anthem)
WHITNEY HOUSTON'S CRYPT - Twosomes Threesomes (Vacant Valley)
JANDEK - Houston Thursday (Corwood Industries)
DUST - Agony Planet (2MR)
T-TOPS / CYRUS GOLD - Split 10 (No Label)
DEREK HALL & MIKE COOPER - Out of the Shades (Paradise of Bachelors)
DANIEL RIZER - Contaminated Time (Skeleton Dust)
LES TONTON MACOUTES - Dinero (I Shit In the Milk)
DOG CHOCOLATE - Snack Fans (Upset the Rhythm!)

7" Singles List
TIMMY'S ORGANISM - Wild Humanoid (Urinal Cake)
PYLON - Live (Chunklet Industries)
CUT WORMS - Don't Want To Say Goodbye (Randy)
NIELS LYHNE LOKKEGAARD - Descending Piece (Hiatus)
THE DIRTIEST - Alarm (Slovenly)
ANDY CALIFORNIA - My Dying Bed (Black Gladiator)
ST. VINCENT & THE GRENADINES - Look To See (Randstock)
CHALAQUE - Helderberg Howl (Golden Lab)
THE WORLD - Managerial Material (Upset the Rhythm!)

RPM List
LARRY LEVAN - Genius of Time (Universal)
MARC KATE - Despairer (Failing Forms)
ANDY STOTT - Too Many Voices (Modern Love)
MILLION DOLLAR ECSTASY - Million Dollar Ecstasy (Manufactured)
STRATEGY - Noise Tape Self (Further)
APHEX TWIN - Cheetah (Warp)
RITORNELL - If Nine Was Eight (Karaoke Kalk)
DJ SHADOW - The Mountain Will Fall (Mass Appeal)
PLAID - The Digging Remedy (Warp)
TACKLE - Benzedrine (Another Dark Age)

Jazz List
SUN RA & HIS SOLAR ARKESTRA - Horizon (Art Yard)
THE CLAUDIA QUINTET - Super Petite (Cuneiform)
SONNY ROLLINS - Holding the Stage: Roads Shows Vol. 4 (Doxy/Okeh)
PETER BROTZMANN / HEATHER LEIGH - Ears Are Filled With Wonder (Not Two)
ALFRED 23 HARTH - Kelper 452b Edition (Kendra Steiner Editions)
KEITH TIPPETT OCTET - The Nine Dances of Patrick O'Gonogan (Discus)

World List
VARIOUS - Sacred Flute Music from New Guinea: Madang/Windim Mambu (Editions Mego/Ideologic Organ)
IMARHAN - Imarhan (City Slang)
KONONO No. 1 - Konono No. 1 Meets Batida (Crammed Disc)
VARIOUS - Voltique Panoramique Vol. 1: Popular Music in Ougadougou & Bobo-Dioulasso 1968-1978 (Kindred Spirits)
KUMASI TRIO - Fanti Guitar In West Africa Vol. 1 (Asherah)
DEBO BAND - Ere Gobez (FPE)
LA LOGIA SARABANDA - Guayaba (Munster)
CAETANO VELOSO / GILBERTO GIL - Multishow Live (Nonesuch)
DOMINGO JUSTUS - Juju Magic In Nigeria Vol. 1 (Asherah)

Loud List
HONEY - Love Is Hard (Wharf Cat)
JOY - Ride Along (Tee Pee)
ENBULULUGUGAL - Cultivating the Devil Goat Vomit Harvest (Enbululugugal Kreationz)
TODESSTOSS - Hirngemeer (I, Voidhanger)
RUBBER MATE - 7" (Saucepan)
SUMAC - What One Becomes (Thrill Jockey)
ATTALLA - Attalla (Shadow Kingdom)
SEKTEMUM - Panacea (Osmose Productions)
KING GOBLIN - Cryptozoology (Bonten)
JJ DOLL - 7" (Katorga Works)

Hip-Hop List
VARIOUS - Boombox 1: Early Independent Hip-Hop, Electro and Disco Rap 1979-82 (Soul Jazz)
DALEK - Asphalt For Eden (Profound Lore)
CLIPPING - Wriggle (Sub Pop)
BUDAMUNK & ILL SUGI - Spirit of the Golden Era (Urbnet)
YONI & GETI - Testarossa (Joyful Noise)
AESOP ROCK - The Impossible Kid (Rhymesayers)
SHABAZZ PALACES - Live at Third Man Records (Third Man)
TRUE NEUTRAL CREW - Soft Rules (Deathbomb Arc)
SIMS - Triple 6's (Doomtree)
LOFIDEL - #Relayshunshipgoalz (No Label)

Cassette List
PAINT THINNER - Paint Thinner (No Label)
ROSEMARY KRUST - Last Tape (Washy)
WOVEN SKULL - Woven Skull (Eiderdown)
BLACK SPIRITUALS - Black Tape (Astral Spirits)
W-2 - W-2 (No Label)
FRANCISCO LOPEZ - 1980-82 (Nowhere Worldwide)
DOCTOR NOD- Doctor Nod (Clean Nice Quiet)
BOOM EDAN - Juu Jan Huus Aarmi (Psychick Dancehall)
MACHO MAN RANDY SAVAGE: Macho Madness: Savage on the Stick (Loki)

Bart Plantegna for World Yodel Day
Monday, August 8th, 7pm - 8pm
Vocal Fry with Dan Bodah
Former WFMU host Bart Plantegna not only wrote the book on yodeling -- he wrote TWO! He's the host of the Wreck This Mess program and the designer of the stamp for this most illustrious of days, World Yodel Day. He joins us tonight to celebrate glottal gymnastics far beyond Olympic capacity and take a run through the chronology of recorded American yodeling.

Final Infinite Distortion Episode
Monday, August 8th, 8pm - 9pm
Infinite Distortion
DJ Bosh is packing it in and bringing Infinite Distortion to a close, just as it became a staple of the culture and a nationwide topic of controversy and intrigue. Listen in for an emotional finale as guests like Rip Torn, Valerie Solanas, and the Ruts join DJ Bosh in the studio.

Michael Jackson's doctor Conrad Murray
Monday, August 8th, 9pm - Midnight
The Goddamn Dave Hill Show
Dave heads studio A straight from his invasion of London to chat with Michael Jackson's doctor Conrad Murray! There will also be other incredible guests and stuff! Pretty sure YngDave will call in too!

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.

Chris Hajian
Tuesday, August 9th, 7pm - 8pm
on Morricone Island with Devon E. Levins

NYC-based soundtrack composer Chris Hajian drops by to discuss his latest dark synth score for director Brad Furman's Escobar 80's-era crime drama "The Infiltrator," starring Bryan Cranston and Diane Kruger. Hajian’s career began over 20 years ago scoring Sundance indie films "Ten Benny" and "Mr. Vincent" before he went on to TV shows "The Upright Citizens Brigade" and "Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List", documentaries ("Naked States" & sequel "Naked World" on Spencer Tunick) and over 30 feature films and TV movies (e.g., "The Take" and "Yonkers Joe").

Death Vacation PLUS Morgan Sturgeon
Thursday, August 11th, 3am - 6am
Champ Sound with DJ Guy
New Jersey's own Death Vacation visit Champ Sound! Classic hardcore chug vibes mixed with energetic D-Beat parts and pissed off feminist lyrics. Lead singer Michelle also sits down with writer and zine maker Morgan Sturgeon to discuss a range of topics, including the state of feminism in the punk scene and the upcoming Not Just a Boys Club Fest, which Michelle organized.

Not Just A Boys Club is a day long festival at the Warren American Legion on Sat August 13, featuring only bands with women and trans-identifying members. A large portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Essex County RAIN Foundation, an LGBTQ teen emergency shelter. Tune into this exclusive interview on Champ Sound for more info. If you are in the New Jersey/New York area don't miss this fest AKA the social event of the season AKA the turn up!

Please Kill Me: Voices From The Archives, Part 2
Thursday, August 11th, Noon - 3pm
Diane's Kamikaze Fun Machine
Two decades ago Legs McNeil and Gillian McCain recorded interviews with people in the punk scene for the book, "Please Kill Me." Now these interviews have been restored and compiled with narration from the writers, into two one-hour documentaries. Including interviews with Iggy Pop, Debbie Harry, the Ramones, Jim Carroll and more, Diane is airing part two this week - subtitled- THE PUNK INVASION... The music of the Velvet Underground, Iggy Pop and the Stooges, The New York Dolls, and others were meeting fierce resistance in the US. With no other options open to them, during the July 4th weekend of 1976, as America was celebrating its bicentennial, the Ramones went to London and launched punk rock. After their performances punk rock would explode in Britain and become a cultural force to be reckoned with.

Terry Gibson of The Downliners Sect
Saturday, August 13th, 3pm - 6pm
Todd-o-phonic Todd's show
This one is for all you Sect Maniacs! Todd-O-Phonic Todd is proud to welcome Terry Gibson, guitar player of the original Downliners Sect, to The Cavalcade Of Stars! The Downliners Sect are among the rudest and crudest of the original British r'n'b bands. Terry has just written a wonderful book about his days with the band entitled "Sect Appeal: The Downliners Sect 1963-1966."

Prince Rama
Monday, August 15th, 9am - Noon
Surface Noise with Joe McGasko
Sisters Taraka and Nimai Larson founded Prince Rama in 2008 to express their philosophy of the "Now Age," a concept embodying elements of spiritual quest and transcendental thinking. Whereas this philosophy was initially expressed in folky, neo-psychedelic sounds, these days, inspired by an obsession with extreme sports and an unquenchable thirst for energy drinks, the sisters have injected their music with the non-stop excitement of a dance club. Tune in today as Prince Rama play songs from their new album "Xtreme Now"--a record of dance party hits with a metaphysical undertow.

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.

The Mystery Lights
Saturday, August 20th, 3pm - 6pm
Todd-o-phonic Todd's show
The Mystery Lights might be the next great New York rock'n'roll band. Their sound is so captivating that Daptone Records started a new rock imprint just to release their powerful debut longplayer. Check out The Mystery Lights in all their caterwauling glory on The Todd-O-Phonic Todd show Saturday afternoon and at Monty Hall with The Electric Six that evening.

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.

Wednesday, August 24th, 6am - 9am
The John Allen Show
Drawing from psychedelic rock, roots musics of many stripes, and modernist soundscapes, Rhyton explore new tunings and juxtapose country rock against synthetic “alien” sounds. Their new record 'Redshift' shows this adroit trio taking it to the limit and defying expectations with the transformational ability of turning a Joe Walsh guitar line into a bagpipe. Their shared love for Greek folk instrumentation, Alembic bass slap, and Pretty Purdy grooves recently required a music journalist to stretch too hard in describing their sound as Interstellar, No-Wave Cop Show Music. New record is on Thrill Jockey, they are touring east of the Mississippi in August.

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!

The return of mastering engineer Greg Calbi
Saturday, September 10th, 11am - 1pm
Michael Shelley's show
When Creg Calbi was a guest on Michael’s show in June the plan was to talk and play some examples of Greg’s exemplar work (Beatles, Dylan, Ramones, Bowie, etc.) – but the stories were so good Michael & Greg just talked for a solid hour – no music. So, as promised, Greg returns – and this time the pair will do their best to spin some Greg’s work between hearing another batch of Greg’s great stories.

Baby Shakes Guest DJ set
Saturday, September 10th, 3pm - 6pm
Todd-o-phonic Todd's show
New York's sweetest glam pop quartet The Baby Shakes will be spinning some of their favorite glam, power pop and rock'n'roll sounds, both old and new, on the Todd-O-Phonic Todd show. This quartet is so high energy they will force Todd to turn it up a notch or two. Don't miss Baby Shakes at Berlin Friday September 16th with Cozy and The Jeanies!



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Sat 8/13 WFMU Movie Night: Fantastic Planet w/score live by Morricone Youth (8:00pm, $10)
Thu 8/18 Prince Rama / Hey Anna (9:00pm, $10)
Sat 8/20 Electric Six / The Mystery Lights (9:00pm, $13-15)
Fri 8/26 Buzzkill / Disaster Strikes (9:00pm, $10)
Sat 8/27 Pat Byrne's Prove It All Night (9:30pm, $5)
Thu 9/8  Titus Andronicus / Bueno (9:00pm, $20)
Sat 9/10 Dirty Little Secrets World Tour (8:30pm, $5)
Sat 9/24  Dressy Bessy / Pylon Reenactment Society (9:00pm, $10-12)
Wed 9/28 Death Valley Girls / PMS & the Mood Swings (9:00pm, $10)
Thu 9/29 The Scenics / Coy Kids (8:30pm $8-10)
Sat 10/1 Barrance Whitfield & the Savages / The Piggies (9:00pm, $10-12)
Fri 10/7 Julianna Barwick / Mary Lattimore (9:00pm, $15)
Sun 10/9 Get Up Kids (8:00pm $27-30) SOLD OUT
Tue 10/11 Merchandise / Public Memory / Flasher (8:30pm, $10-12)
Sat 10/13 Honk NYC in NJ! (7:30pm, $10)
Thu 10/27 Dan Adriano in the Emergency Room (8:00pm, $13-15)

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