WFMU Recent Airplay list, June 2nd, 2018

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Heavy Airplay, June 2nd, 2018
TY SEGALL - Freedom's Goblin (Drag City)
BARRENCE WHITFIELD & THE SAVAGES - Soul Flowers Of Titan (Bloodshot)
VARIOUS - Jukebox In Crampsville (Righteous/Cherry Red)
GOKCEN KAYNATAN - s/t (Finders Keepers)
VARIOUS - Dr. Demento- Covered In Punk (Demented Punk)
VARIOUS - Habibi Funk: An Eclectic Selection of Music From The Arab World (Habibi Funk)
HENRY ANDERSEN - Stanzas Or The Law Of The Good Neighbor (Kraak)
KYLE CRAFT - Full Circle Nightmare (Sub Pop)
PROFESSOR AND THE MADMAN - Disintegrate Me (Fullertone)
DALLAS ACID - Spa Hunter (Flying Moonlight)
MARK VAN HOEN - Electronic Music (1982-1987) (Wayside & Woodland)
COCO HAMES - s/t (Merge)
XYLOURIS WHITE - Mother (Bella Union)
PHEW - Voice Hardcore (Mesh-Key)
SUNWATCHERS - II (Trouble In Mind)
SHUTA HASUNUMA & U-ZHAAN - 2 Tone (Birdwatcher)
VARIOUS - John Savage's 1965 (Ace)
NED MILLIGAN - Nature Always Needs Improving (Florabelle)
WET TUNA - Livin' The Die (Feeding Tube)
LOMA - s/t (Sub Pop)
BUCK CURRAN - Morning Haikus, Afternoon Ragas (ESP-Disk/Obsolete Recordings)
SCREAMING FEMALES - All At Once (Don Giovanni)

Medium Airplay
FREEZING HANDS - II (Hidden Volume)
ELK CITY - Everybody's Insecure (Bar None)
ALEC CHEER - s/t (Macro Whisker)
THE TERRAPLANES - It's Hip - Recordings 1980-3 (Radstock)
HOLLIE COOK - Vessel of Love (Merge)
ILYAS AHMED - Closer To Stranger (Mie)
MAURIZIO ABATE - Loneliness, Desire and Revenge (Black Sweat)
THE ZEPHYR BONES - Secret Place (La Castanya)
JAC BERROCAL - La Nuit Est Au Courant (Souffle Continu)
ALVVAYS - Antisocialites (Polyvinyl)
MAKAYA MCCRAVEN - Highly Rare (International Anthem)
JOHN MCCOWEN - Solo Contra (International Anthem)
THE RISING STORM - Calm Before... (Sundazed)
JESSICA MOSS - Pools Of Light (Constellation)
SANDRA BELL - Net (Drawing Room)
ADAM ASNAN - REV Sets (Entracte)
VARIOUS - Beat Girls Espanol! (Ace)
SONIDO GALLO NEGRO - Mambo Cosmico (Glitterbeat)
THE YEARNING - Take Me All Over The World (Elefant)
TUNE-YARDS - I Can Feel You Creep Into My Private Life (4AD)
CAROLINE ROSE - Loner (New West)
VARIOUS - Something Got A Hold On Me: The Ru-Jac Records Story vol 1 (Omnivore)
GINTAS K - Acousma Light (GK)
CM VON HAUSSWOLFF - Still Life-Requiem (Touch)
GABI LOSONCY - Security Besides Love (Recital)
JACQUELINE HUMBERT & DAVID ROSENBOOM - J. Jasmine: My New Music (Unseen Worlds)
JULIE TIPPETTS/MARK WASTELL - Unraveling The Waterfall (Confront)
THE REAL KIDS - The Kids/The Real Kids 74/77-78 Demos (Crypt)
ARCHIE AND THE BUNKERS - The Traveler/Looking (Norton)
FOSSIL AEROSOL MINING PROJECT - The Unlistening Place (Afterdays Media)
ALMIGHTY OPP - Detain Retain Re-Educate Release (Almighty Opp)
BITCHIN' BAJAS - Bajas Fresh (Drag City)
BEND SINISTER - Tape2 (Homeless)
SUSPECT PARTS - s/t (Oops Baby)
DIVES - s/t (Siluh)
NADINE - oh my (Father Daughter)
THE BRITEMORES - Here I Stand/Fade Away (Jett Plastic)
LIEVEN MARTENS MOANA - Three Amazonian Essays (EM Records)
NONA HENDRYX & GARY LUCAS - The World of Captain Beefheart (Knitting Factory)
THE JAMES HUNTER SIX - Whatever It Takes (Daptone)
ZACH PHILLIPS - How To Slip Away (OSR)
ENZO MINARELLI - Phonosensitivity (Pogus)
OUGHT - Room Inside The World (Merge)
VARIOUS - The Ballad Of Shirley Collins OST (Earth)
ROBERT FINLEY - Goin' Platinum! (Easy Eye Sound)
ORCHARD - Serendipity (Ici D'Alleurs)
ALEX CHILTON - A Man Called Destruction (Omnivore)
KENNY YOUNG AND THE EGGPLANTS - Plantastic Voyage (Cheese Thing)
LISE-LOTTE NORELIUS - Sky (Firework Edition)
VARIOUS - Interferencias Vol. 1 (Munster)
RICHARD OSBORN - Endless (Tompkins Square)
WOOING - Daydream Time Machine (Ba Da Bing)
TROUBLE BOYS - My Own Way/Rock & Roll Is Dead (Sweetheart)
THE NUMBER ONES - Another Side of.. (Sorry State)
PREENING - Greasetrap Frisbee (Ever/Never)
THE GUERILLA ART ACTION GROUP - Action-Interview at WBAI Radio Station NY (Primary Information)

Light Airplay
DEATH TRICHECO - Produzioni Tecnofobiche (Sanzimat International)
RICHARD DUNN - Sequences/Modulation (Souffle Continu)
SMERSH - Sideways (Dark Entries)
MARY BRETT LORSON - Themes From Whatever (No Label)
MEAT BEAT MANIFESTO - Impossible Star (Flexidisc)
ARTICHOKE - Echoes (Greeen)
JENNY O. - Peace & Information (Holy Trinity)
CHARLIE RICH - Too Many Teardrops: Complete Groove & RCA (Ace)
MIOLINA - s/t (Composers Concordance)
KANNIBAL KOMIX - s/t (Vinilisssimo)
STARCRAWLER - s/t (Rough Trade)
EGNEKN (GEN KEN MONTGOMERY) - Downtown Action Plan (Artisthrowingmoneyoutthewindow)
DAVID THOMAS & THE HOLY SOUL - Master Of The Universe (Damn You)
SHANNON LAY - Living Water (Woodsist)
THE WHIPS - City Wide Special (Burger)
MUTTER - Der Traum Vom Anderssein (Die Eigene Gesellschaft)
CONJOINT - Earprints (DDS )
BARRY WALKER JR - s/t (Snake Handler)
LARRY YES - Love Vibes For All The Creatures Of Thee Universe (Peace Love Records)
THIGH MASTER/DAG - split (Bruit Direct Disques)
BAND OF PAIN - Abbey Rd (Dirter Promotions)
JULIA REIDY - All is Ablaze. (Feeding Tube)
API UIZ - Peplum (Les Potagers Natures )
PRIMITIVE WORLD - White On White (Ecstatic)
GERMAN ARMY - Ocotillo (Urubu)
ELISE LEGROW - Playing Chess (S-curve)
CORY BRANAN - Adios (Bloodshot)
BELUS - Apophenia (Vendetta)
LOS YETIS - s/t (Vinilisssimo)
MIRACLE - The Strife of Love in a Dream (Relapse)
MARLON WILLIAMS - Make Way For Love (Dead Oceans)
TRES OUI - Poised To Flourish (Shrimper)
RIK AND THE PIGS - A Child's Gator (Total Punk)
MILE ME DEAF - Blowout (Siluh)
CYRUS LEE - A Quick Six Months (Greedy Diletante)
PORCHES - The House (Domino)
BOYO - Me, Again (Danger Collective)
THE CONTENTS ARE - Four Each Other (Golden Voice)
TORI KUDO - Live At Harness (Moon)
JOHN BUTCHER & STALE LIAVIK SOLBERG - So Beautiful It Starts To Rain (Clean Feed)
ANTHROPROPHH - Omegaville (Rocket )
SKIFTANDE ENHETER - Mördande Rutin/Jag Har Fått Nog (Market Square)
JAY SOM - Everybody Works (Polyvinyl)
GARY WAR - Gaz Forth (Feeding Tube)

Jazz List
DIRTY SONGS - Play Dirty Songs (Audika)
SUNWATCHERS - II (Trouble In Mind)
SUN RA - Of Abstract Dreams (Strut/Art Yard)
FIRE! - The Hands (Rune Grammofon)
TONY IGLIO - Drugstore (Cinedelic )
CHIP WICKHAM - The Beatnik/Rebel No.23 (Lovemonk)
CHARLES HAYWARD & THURSTON MOORE - Improvisations (Care In The Community)

Loud List
HIGH RISE - II (Black Editions)
CRAZY DOBERMAN - Free LSD (Radical Documents)
AUDREY CHEN & RICHARD SCOTT - Hiss And Viscera (Sound Anatomy)
VARIOUS - Scrap! (Secret Mission)
CONTRASTATE - True Believer/The 10/40 Window (Dirter)
VARIOUS - Rise William Rise- Tribute to William Berger (Opposite)
CRASH AT EVERY SPEED - Blood On The Widescreen (Loveearthmusic)
COUCH SLUT/MICROWAVES - split 12" (Sleeping Giant Glossolalia)
RIVER CULT - Halcyon Daze (Nasoni)

World List
GOKCEN KAYNATAN - s/t (Finders Keepers)
VARIOUS - Habibi Funk: An Eclectic Selection of Music From The Arab World (Habibi Funk)
SONIDO GALLO NEGRO - Mambo Cosmico (Glitterbeat)
PAA KOW - Cookpot (Paa Kow Music)
OUMAR KONATE - Live In Bamako (Clermont)
DOLORES VARGAS - La Terremoto (Pharaway Sounds)
VARIOUS - Naino!: Spanish Gipsy Soul Funk Disco 1974-1984 (ADA)​
ROBERTO MUSCI-GIOVANNI VENOSTA - Urban And Tribal Portraits (Soave)

Electronic List
MARK VAN HOEN - Electronic Music (1982-1987) (Wayside & Woodland)
SHUTA HASUNUMA & U-ZHAAN - 2 Tone (Birdwatcher)
S. ENGLISH - Eris (Long Island Electrical Systems)
DIE WILDE JAGD - Uhrwald Orange (Bureau B)
VARIOUS - BCG vol. 2: Participe Passe- France 81/91 (Poutre Apparente/Cameleon)
PATRICK COWLEY - Afternooners (Dark Entries)
NOSAJ THING - Parallels (Innovative Leisure)
CHRA - On A Fateful Morning (Editions Mego)​
IVVY - Safe Within (Medical Records)
STELZER/MURRAY - Connector (The Helen Scarsdale Agency)

Paint Fumes 
Monday, June 4th, Noon - 3pm 
on Three Chord Monte with Joe Belock 

The Charlotte, North Carolina trio returns to play for a third time at WFMU. Scuzzy garage, classic punk, and blazing surf that’s drenched in more echo than you can shake a distortion pedal at. 

Scott Johannsson (Ondes Positives Recordings/LARVA) 
Tuesday, June 5th, 7pm - 8pm 
Morricone Island with Devon E. Levins 
Scott Johannsson, co-owner of UK-based limited edition soundtrack label Ondes Positives Recordings and member of live score band LARVA, returns to discuss the label's latest releases, including a deluxe 7" of unreleased music from the 1973  horror cult classic "Messiah Of Evil" and a new LARVA re-score of Chris Marker's 1962 sci-fi short "La Jetée" in three different special editions.  Scott will be performing his solo live score to UFO cult educational film "UNARIUS: The Arrival" at this year's Worcester Music Festival on September 16.  Revisit Scott's 2016 Morricone Island appearance discussing 1961 3D-horror classic "The Mask" here. 

Gently Mixed: Duck Baker 
Wednesday, June 6th, 7pm - 8pm 
on Irene Trudel's show 

American fingerstyle guitar master Duck Baker has so many albums to his credit since he started out in the 1970's that it's hard to know where to dip in. Baker is equally comfortable playing traditional British and Irish folk music, modern and free jazz, old-timey country, blues, gospel and ragtime music, all with an ease that belies its difficulty. Duck currently lives in the UK but visits the states from time to time. Two new album releases-- "Les Blues Du Richmond : Demos & Outtakes, 1973-1979" on Tompkins Square and "Duck Baker Plays Monk" on Triple Point Records-- prompted his latest visit. Duck Baker visited Irene at WFMU to play a few tunes with a lively conversation in between. 

Friday, June 8th, 3pm - 6pm 
on Sophisticated Boom Boom with Sheila B. 

All hail Canada for delivering some of the best left-field pop we’ve heard in recent years. Montreal’s Anemone is the latest Canadian export to dazzle us with their psychedelic-tinged percussive pop that recalls beloved 90s bands like Broadcast and Stereolab. At the helm of Anemone is songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Chloé Soldevila, whose Spanish roots and affinity for balmy beats keep her warm during Canada’s brutal and long winters. On Friday June 8th, Anemone will be opening for their fellow Montrealites, Men I Trust at Monty Hall. And just before sound-check the band will be popping up to WFMU HQ to play songs off their debut EP, Baby Only You & I, out now on Luminelle Recordings. 

La Luz and The Tenders 
Saturday, June 9th, 3pm - 6pm 
Todd-o-phonic Todd's show 
The female quartet La Luz have just released the third full length, Floating Features on Hardly Art. The band's shimmering and fetchingly restrained contained surf and do wop sounds have never sounded better and will be on full display with a live set on the Todd-O-Phonic Todd show. Don't miss them June 8th at Public Arts in Manhattan and June 9th at Baby's All Right in Brooklyn. 
The Tenders are part of the exciting scene currently calling Nashville home. The stylish trio of blues, dark surf, garage and rockabilly. Their first track to see the light of day, "Adeline" portends a very bright and exciting future. Be sure and check out The Tenders June 8th at Berlin in lower Manhattan and June 10th in Brooklyn at Kingsland. 

Exquisite Corpse- Sardine: The Unchovy 
Saturday, June 16th, Midnight - 3am 
Inflatable Squirrel Carcass with Rich Hazelton 
The Inflatable Squirrel Carcass proudly brings you another exquisite corpse, or, in this case, an exquisite course in marketing and brand management. Sardines, superstars in Portugal (they even have stores devoted to them), sit gathering dust on the shelves of America’s retail food markets. Search “sardines in literature” and you find yourself looking at 529,000 results, most of which have nothing to do with literature and everything to do with “Qualitative analysis of sardine and anchovy oscillations and implications for the management of sardine and anchovy fisheries in Oman.” Where is the Flicka or Charlotte of sardines? Why are sardines always portrayed in the can or heading in that direction? Even the cockroach (thank you Franz Kafka) and the rat (thank you Michael Jackson) have been used effectively to describe life and love. But the sardine? Nothing but an easy metaphor for subway passengers during rush hour. Well we, and when I say “we” I mean nine other DJs and myself, have set out to right this glaring wrong. How? Let us begin by sharing the fruit of knowledge and enjoy that which the gods fear most: “Think sardine, be sardine.” 

Ken Stringfellow & Jon Auer of The Posies 
Saturday, June 16th, 11am - 1pm 
on Michael Shelley's show 

Michael welcomes Ken Stringfellow & Jon Auer of The Posies, who will drop by with their acoustic guitars to play a few songs and discuss their mammoth 30th anniversary tour, which bring them around the world, including stops at Manhattan’s Bowery Ballroom Sunday June 17th and on The Todd-O-Phonic Todd show on June 23rd! 

Duncan Hannah 
Saturday, June 16th, 3pm - 6pm 
Todd-o-phonic Todd's show 
Dunkan Hannah is an American painter best known for his depictions of idyllic landscapes culled from adventure stories and classic films. His painterly realist style and anachronistic subjects are reminiscent of Edward Hopper. His works are held in the collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, and the Minneapolis Institute of Fine Art, among others. Born in Minneapolis, Duncan came to New York City in the early 70's and fortunately for us chronicle of his experiences with music, art, film, sex, literature and more in an amazing series of notebooks which were recently published by Knopf as 20th Century Boy: Notebooks of the Seventies. Mr. Hannah joins Todd-O-Phonic Todd in the studio to talk about these incredible times and play the music that accompanied them. 

The Queers, James Williamson and The Posies 
Saturday, June 23rd, 3pm - 6pm 
Todd-o-phonic Todd's show 
Joe Queer has been playing his Ramones influenced punk rock with The Queers since the beginning of the 1980's and there are no signs of him letting up now. Joe's songs are not only great slices of pop influenced punk but many of them are chock full of wit and humor. Expect to hear some classic Queers material like "Punk Rock Girls", "Kicked Out Of The Webelos", "I Met Her At The Rat" and "This Place Sucks". See The Queers with fellow punk rock legends The Dickies at The Stanhope House on June 12th and The Kinglsand in Brooklyn on June 13th. 
James Williamson, the legendary guitarist for Iggy and The Stooges during their Raw Power/Metallic K.O. era joins Todd-O-Phonic Todd to talk about that chaotic era, as well as the "Raw Power" reunion gigs and his new band James Williamson and The Pink Hearts. The groups' powerful debut album, Behind The Shade will be released on June 22nd with record release shows in Los Angeles and San Francisco to follow the next weekend. 
A week after their acoustic set with Michael Shelley, The Posies make like Bob Dylan at Newport and go electric with Todd-O-Phonic Todd. The Seattle quartet is celebrating their 30th Anniversary throughout 2018 and will be playing a WFMU presented show at The Bowery Ballroom on June 17th. Don't miss their classic pop stylings on tour or on the radio! 

Illustrator Michael Sloane 
Thursday, June 28th, 9am - Noon 
This Is The Modern World with Trouble 
Trouble will welcome illustrator Michael Sloane to This is the Modern World. Michael is the author and creator of The Zen of Nimbus comics, graphic novels and paintings. His illustration work has appeared in many publications including The New York Times and The New Yorker. 
Michael Sloane's collaboration with author Jake Halpern on Welcome to the New World, a recent NY Timescomic strip that documents the lives of a Syrian refugee family recently arrived in the U.S. was awarded a 2018 Pulitzer Prize in editorial cartooning. 

Pearl Charles 
Saturday, July 14th, 3pm - 6pm 
Todd-o-phonic Todd's show 
Pitchfork says of Pearl Charles' debut album Sleepless Dreamer: "Charles' record takes cues from movements all over the American map. There are hints of Southern folk and alt-country, Midwest Americana, and West Coast acid rock." Pearl manages to coalesce these and other influences into something wholly original that will be on full display with a live set on the Todd-O-Phonic Todd show. Catch her live at Baby's All Right on July 20th. 

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Fri June 8 – Men I Trust / Anemone | tickets

Thu June 14 – Duncan Reid and The Big Heads / Wyldlife / Low Doses | tickets

Sat June 16 – Ron Gallo | tickets

Sat June 23 – MORRICONE YOUTH live re-score of “SUNRISE: A SONG OF TWO HUMANS” Movie Night | tickets

Tue June 26 – White Denim / Uni | tickets

Fri June 29 – The Sadies / C.R. & The Degenerates | tickets

Sat June 30 – Tim Barry / Restorations / Roger Harvey | tickets

Tue July 10 – Kinky Friedman / Brian Molnar | tickets

Wed July 11 – Orquesta El Macabeo / United States Of Boogaloo | tickets

Tue July 17 – Chuck Prophet & The Mission Express | tickets

Wed July 18 – Electric Six | tickets

Sun Aug 5 – The Rubinoos | tickets

Fri Sept 14 – Mystic Braves / Creation Factory / The Elevator Operators | tickets

Tue Oct 30 –  Roky Erickson | tickets

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