WFMU Recent Airplay list, July 27, 2018

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Heavy Airplay, July 27th, 2018
ICE BATHS - s/t (Blank Editions)
WEEPING BONG BAND - s/t (Feeding Tube)
VARIOUS - When The Day Is Done- The Orchestrations of Robert Kirby (ACE)
WEIRDING MODULE - A Newer Age (Joyful Noise)
CHRISTINA VANTZOU - Number 4 (Kranky)
F.U.K. - Detroit 1977 (HoZac)
YUZO IWATA - Daylight Moon (Siltbreeze)
MARTIN HENNETT & STEVE HOPKINS - All Sorts of Heroes (Finders Keepers)
MR. AIRPLANE MAN - I'm In Love/No Place To Go (Sympathy For the Record Industry)
TIGUE - Strange Paradise (NNA Tapes)
JULIANA HATFIELD - Sings Olivia Newton John (American Laundromat)
MAMMAL - Come See My Dream (Animal Disguise)
MIND OVER MIRRORS - Bellowing Sun (Paradise of Bachelors)
CAVERN OF ANTI-MATTER - Hormone Lemonade (Duophonic Ultra High Frequency Discs)
C. MEMI - Heavenly Peace (Bitter Lake)
DENNIS YOUNG - Synthesis (Bureau B)
CUT CHEMIST - Die Cut (A Stable Sound)
SLOAN - Sloan 12 (Yep Roc)
JURI CAMISASCA - Evoluzione Interiore (Black Sweat)
FRANCOIS BAYLE - Tremblements... (Recollection GRM)

Medium Airplay
UNKNOWN MORTAL ORCHESTRA - Sex & Food (Jagjaguwar)
ENTOURAGE - Ceremony of Dreams: Studio Sessions and Outtakes, 1972-1977 (Tompkins Square)
DAVID GARLAND - Verdancy (Tall Owl)
BRAZILIAN GIRLS - Let's Make Love (Six Degrees)
SVENGALISGHOST - TV Live (Long Island Electrical Systems)
MOPE GROOVES - Vanished (See My Friends)
JON COLLIN - The Nature (Early Music)
SHARK TOYS - Labyrinths (In The Red)
SOCCER MOMMY - Clean (Fat Possum)
THE PANDORAS - Hey! It's (Burger)
LANDLINES - s/t (Landlines)
HONEY RADAR - Psychic Cruise (Chunklet)
DICK CHICLET - Melman Igba - (Double Crown)
RABANADA'S - (eyeballs emoji) (Chupa Manga)
DEATH BY UNGA BUNGA - So Far So Good So Cool (Jansen)
CAPTAIN MAURICE SEDDON - The Seddon Tapes vol. 1 (Paradigm Discs)
HARRY TAUSSIG & MAX OCHS - The Music Of (Tompkins Square)
DEUTER - Princess of Dawn/Soundtrack (Black Sweat)
DANIELLE DAHL - Loosening Orions Belt (Abstract Tits)
GUM - The Underdog (Spinning Top)
ROBERT CROTTY & LOREN CONNORS - Robert Crotty With Me: Loren's Collection 79-87 (Family Vineyard)
CATH & PHIL TYLER - The Ox and the Ax (Thread)
THE TOXENES - Hot Rod (Killjoy)
DWARVES - Take Back The Night (Burger)
ALLYSEN CALLERY - The Song The Singbird Sings (Jellyfant)
SARAH DAVACHI - Let Night Come On Bells End The Day (Recital)
HELTER SKELTER - I Need You (Just Add Water)
BONNY DOON - Longwave (Woodsist)
BYRON WESTBROOK - Confluence Patterns (Umor Rex)
MEAN JEANS - Jingles (Fat Wreckords)
VARIOUS - Southern Groove: Hotlanta, Aware & Clintone (BGP/Ace)
VARIOUS - Kooky Nuts Pop Vol. 2 (Istota Ssaca/Proot)
CAITLIN CANTY - Motel Bouquet (No Label)
BATTRE LYSS - Till Den Sträng Som Brast... (Sommor)
COME HOLY SPIRIT - Asters And Disasters (Water Wing)
JOSHUA HEDLEY - Mr. Jukebox (Third Man)
THE SKIDS - Crooked Cop (Shipping Steel)
MOUSE ON MARS - Dimensional People (Thrill Jockey)
WHETZEL - Slow Waves (Olin Place)
TRIXIE & THE TRAINWRECKS - 3 Cheers To Nothing (Voodoo Rhythm)
VARIOUS - Veritahroja- Rare Finnish Punk 79-83 (Svart)
CHEWEE - Lucky Luke And Claudine Take Off! (Half a Cow)
OLLI AARNI - Nielu (Florabelle)

Light Airplay
DISTANT HYMNS - Dreaming Left Free (Persistantmidnight)
THE OPEN SECRET - A Georgraphy For Plays (Rastascan)
DR. JOHN - Professor Bizarre's Funkology (Atco)
MAYNARD & THE MUSTIES - Nashville Magic (Troublefield Music)
POSTER CHILDREN - Grand Bargain! (Lotuspool)
SLUT MAGIC - In My Mouth (Laruicci)
DISSOLVED - Tangled Prismatics (Daddy Tank)
IN TALL BUILDINGS - Akinetic (Western Vinyl)
LEA THOMAS - Want For Nothing (Tacky)
CHOCOLAT BILLY - Delicat Deni (Kythibong /Les Potagers Natures)
VARIOUS - Bangkok Nights OST (EM)
SARAH MARY CHADWICK - Sugar Still Melts In The Rain (Sinderlyn)
ROBERT RIDLEY SHACKLETON - Snack A Delica (Chocolate Monk)
HOP ALONG - Bark Your Head Off, Dog (Saddle Creek)
DANIEL AVERY - Song For Alpha (Phantasy Sound/Mute)
DEAD RIDER - Crew Licks (Drag City)
KYRIAKOS SFETSAS - Greek Fusion Orchestra Vol. 1 (Teranga Beat)
THE SHACKS - Haze (Big Crown)
REFRIGERATOR - High Desert Lows (Shrimper)
THE COWBOYS - Vol. 4 (Feel It)
INVISIBLE CIRCLE - s/t (Gold Bolus)
THE NOISE FIGURES - Telepath (Inner Ear)
SEAN KIELY - It Sure Was Good (Multiple Logo)
JACKSON MACINTOSH - My Dark Side (Sinderlyn)
RENEE ROSNES - Beloved Of The Sky (Smoke Sessions)
JOSH T. PEARSON - The Straight Hits! (Mute)
HALEY HEYNDERICKX - I Need To Start A Garden (Mama Bird)
MIEN - s/t (Rocket )
THE HEPBURNS - In The Mean Time (Radio Khartoum)
AEROSOL BURNS - Afraid Of The Phone (Pogo Time)
RUSH WEEK - Feels (Elefant)
ERIN COSTELLO - Down Below The Status Quo (Venue)
AUTORAMAS - Jet To The Jungle/Demais (Mandinga)
THE FUTURIANS - Distorted Living (Feeding Tube)
DJ PLATURN - Breaking The Ice (Needle To The Groove)
ZEKE - Hellbender (Relapse)
KELLEN OF TROY - Posthumous Release (Allura Sound)
GLVIS - s/t (Owls Nest)
MONSTER RALLY - Flowering Jungle (Gold Robot)
NICK HOFFMAN - Parvae Harmonic (Pilgrim Talk)
BAD LICKS - Lies/Radio Shake (Group Hug)
THURSTON MOORE - MX Liberty/Panik (Blank Editions)
EL HELICOPTERO - s/t (Inamu)
ADRIAN YOUNGE - Voices of Gemma (Linear Labs)
KOPLANT NO - Elker (Mize)
GIFT WRAP - Losing Count (Captured Tracks)
ANMLS - s/t (Slovenly)
ERICA DICKER - Taking Auspices (Tubapede)
NO TIME TIME - NTT 02 (No Time Time)
LUIZ BRUNO - The Singles (Take One)
ROOTS OF CREATION - Grateful Dub (Bomb Shelter)
MARSMOBIL - Fairytales Of The Supersurvivor (Compost)
ANDREW & CASEY CALHOUN - Skeins (Waterbug)
AERKENBRAND - Earthen Head (Mastermind)
THE TISSUES - Veil (No Label)
ROYAL BRAT - Eyesore (Monkier)
154 - Wherever You Go, I Will Follow (Boomkat)
ICE BALLOONS - Fiesta (Volar)
DAPHNE & CELESTE - Save The World (Balatonic)
KNOWSO - Look At The Chart (Neck Chop)
PENETRODE/C.H.E.W. - Strange New Universe (Neck Chop)
PRISM TATS - Mamba (Anti-)
WYE OAK - The Louder I Call, The Faster It Runs (Merge)
TEGUCIGALPAN - Digestion Digression (No Label)
THE CLEVELAND STEAMERS - Best Record Ever (Smog Veil)
SALINE - You Did It To Yourself (Perfect Attendance)
MAKENESS - Loud Patterns (Secretly Canadian)
THE MOONDOGGIES - A Love Sleeps Deep (Hardly Art)
OCTOPUS - Supernatural Alliance (Rise Above)
HOLLOW DECK - All the Roots (Feeding Tube)

Jazz & Improvized List
PETER BROTZMANN & FRED LONBERG-HOLM - Ouroboros (Monofonus Press)
WEEPING BONG BAND - s/t (Feeding Tube)
MANUEL VALERA TRIO - The Planets (Mavo)
REIBO - Terra Incognito (No Label)
MIMINOKOTO - Koenji 07/02/2016 (Plunk's Plan)
SUN RA - God Is More Than Love Can Ever Be (Cosmic Myth)
LEAD - s/t (Radical Documents)
M-KAT ENSEMBLE - The Banter of Evidence (No Label)
DHARMA QUINTET - Mr Robinson (Souffle Continu)
OKKYUNG LEE - Dahl-Tah-Ghi (Pica Disk)

Loud List
BC35 - BC-35:The 35 Year Anniversary Of BC Studio (Bronson)
GELD - Perfect Texture (Iron Lung)
THE DAVID RUSSELL SNAKE - Takes The Cake (Polar Envy)
CONTROL TEST - Verdadero Criminal (Iron Lung)
CHURCH SHUTTLE - Natural Disaster (Soft Abuse)
PAINTED DOLL - s/t (Tee Pee)
WITCHTRIAL - Demo 2017 (Beach Impediment)
OORT CLOUD - s/t (No Label)
LIMP WRIST - Facades (Lengua Armada Discos)
BRANDY - Laugh Tracks (No Label)

Electronic List
WEIRDING MODULE - A Newer Age (Joyful Noise)
CAVERN OF ANTI-MATTER - Hormone Lemonade (Duophonic Ultra High Frequency Discs)
DENNIS YOUNG - Synthesis (Bureau B)
DREW DANIEL & JOHN WIESE - Continuous Hole (Gilgongo)
MONOMONO - ADSR (Firework Edition)
VARIOUS - Golpea Tu Cerebro- Spanish Underground Cass Culture (Insane Muzak)
CCCL - Volume One (Mute)
AARON DILLOWAY/MIKE COLLINO - Hay Bale Paws (Chocolate Monk)
BRETT NAUCKE - The Mansion (Spectrum Spools/Mego)
CAM DEAS - Time Exercises (The Death of Rave)

Wet Ink violinist Josh Modney 
Friday, July 27th, Noon - 3pm 
Miniature Minotaurs with Kurt Gottschalk 
Violinist Josh Modney is a fixture of the New York new music scene. He's a member of Wet Ink and the International Contemporary Ensemble and played with the Mivos Quartet for eight years. He's releasing his first solo album, a sprawling three-cd set with compositions by Anthony Braxton, Sam Pluta and Kate Soper, plus some old guy called Bach. He'll be stopping by to play live, preview the CD and chat a bit on Miniature Minotaurs, July 27 at noon. 

Waterloo Underground 
Friday, July 27th, 9pm - 11pm 
What's Happening?!?! with Matt Clarke (on Rock & Soul Ichiban stream
For the millions of Kinks fans swarming like flies round Waterloo Underground. Miriam and Marc present two hours of Kinks songs and fandom. Ray, Dave and Mick need to hear why we want them to reform. Let's Go Kinks Reunion! 

Olivia Chaney 
Saturday, July 28th, 6am - 9am 
Shrunken Planet with Jeffrey Davison 
Olivia Chaney, who quietly entered the U.K. music scene in England less than a decade ago, didn't come to the attention of most people before her first full-length release, The Longest River, in 2015. She is one of the finest musicians recording today, and easily bears comparison to the best of the 1970s, a golden age of music from the British Isles. Her latest, Shelter, just out on Nonesuch, demonstrates once again that Chaney is one of our most poetic songwriters. Now on tour in the U.S., she visits National Sawdust on July 31st, and will spend some time chatting this morning about her new record. This segment will be in the 8-9am hour. 

Seymour Stein of Sire Records 
Saturday, July 28th, 11am - 1pm 
on Michael Shelley's show 

Michael chats with Seymour Stein about his new autobiography "Siren Song My Life In Music" which recounts the 60 year career of "America's greatest living record man" with great stories about the record business characters that crossed his path and the artists that he's signed, including: The Ramones, The Talking Heads, The Pretenders, The Replacements, The Flamin' Groovies, The Smiths, etcetera etcetera. 

Cut Worms 
Saturday, July 28th, 3pm - 6pm 
Todd-o-phonic Todd's show 
Cut Worms are a vehicle for the stunning songwriting of Max Clarke. A Cut Worms song may impress an innocent summer stroll across fields of tall grass and lavender but there's undoubtedly a severed ear out in there in the grass. Some unseen dark forces are always lurking at the edges of songs' sunbursts. Bright, beautiful lap steel or a cheery harmonica accompaniment often belie an impending doom or crestfallen narrator. Cut Worms debut album on Jagjaguwar, Hollow Ground, will no doubt appear on many Best Of 2018 lists. Max has previously appeared solo on Todd's show, but for this set he will be joined by the full orchestra. 

The Octopus Project 
Tuesday, July 31st, 7pm - 8pm 
Morricone Island with Devon E. Levins 
Austin's The Octopus Project joins Devon in the studio to discuss the band's third feature length film score for writer-director David and Nathan Zellner's western "Damsel" starring Mia Wasikowska and Robert Pattinson (the soundtrack of which was released by Milan Records). The band previously scored the Zellner Brothers' earlier films "Kid-Thing" (2012) and "Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter" (2014), as well as the 70's sci-fi inspired video game soundtrack for "Thunderbeam." The Octopus Project plays Elsewhere in Bushwick on Saturday, July 14. 

Scott McDowell fills in for Irene with live guest Ben Hall 
Wednesday, August 1st, 7pm - 8pm 
The Long Rally with Scott McDowell 
In the second of two fill-ins for Irene's live music show this summer, The Long Rally presents a solo + duo percussion session and interview with Ben Hall. Ben Hall is a Detroit-based percussionist, improvisor, composer, visual artist, educator, label owner, restaurant owner and food activist. He also runs the online Detroit gospel archive, Bap-tizum, a deep trove of rare recordings. Ben has enjoyed fruitful collaborations with Bill Dixon, Joe Morris, Jon Olson from Wolf Eyes, C. Spencer Yeh, Don Dietrich from Borbetomagus, and Nate Wooley, among many others. The first part of the show Ben will be joined by Tuba player Ben Stapp. The 2nd part of the set will be solo percussion, heavy on extended technique. Enough to blow minds! 

Chris Bishop 
Thursday, August 2nd, Midnight - 3am 
Nickel and Dime Radio with $mall ¢hange 
Chris Bishop lives near Hudson, NY and has been DJing on community radio WGXC 90.7 FM since 2011. He runs the Garage Hangover site and will be spinning all 45s: surf instros, garage, international grooves and more. Chris is no joke! Expect some serious vintage rarities. 

John Noreen of The Rose Garden 
Saturday, August 4th, 11am - 1pm 
on Michael Shelley's show 

Michael chats with John Noreen about his time in The Rose Garden, who while John was still a teen went from rehearsing in his L.A. bedroom to being signed to ATCO Records. Along the way the band crossed paths with Neil Young, Gene Clark, Sonny Bono and other characters tangential to the swinging L.A. scene. Described as a melding of The Byrds and The Mama's and the Papa's, they were short lived, but long remembered, mostly for their 1967 single “Last Plane To London,” a #17 hit. 

Amanda Nazario guest hosts for Todd-O-Phonic Todd at Union Pool’s Summer Thunder August 4th! 
Saturday, August 4th, 3pm - 6pm 
Nazario Scenario 
Amanda Nazario guest hosts the Todd-O-Phonic Todd program on Saturday August 4th during another installment of Union Pool‘s formidable Summer Thunder Series of free afternoon shows. Live music will be provided by the brilliant trifecta of The Jay Vons, Miriam and Nobody’s Babies (featuring WFMU’s on-air personalities Ira Kaplan, Matt Clark, and Matt Fiveash) and PMS and The Mood Swings. 
The Jay Vons kick the afternoon off with their groovy soulful winners. Miriam and Nobody's Babies have firmly established themselves as WFMU favorites and actually feature on-air personalities such as Matt Clark, Ira Kaplan and Matt Fiveash in the band. To date they have released two albums on Norton of wonderfully evocative girl group and folk rock sounds fronted by The Ashtabula Nightingale, Miriam Linna. 
PMS and The Mood Swings are celebrating the release of their debut album on Burger Records, one of the best summer listens in years! Songs like "Lifeguard Steve" and "Coney Island Baby" are made for the season! Don't miss these suave pop confections live and in person at Union Pool! 

Ethan, Master of the Hawaiian Ukulele 
Wednesday, August 8th, 7pm - 8pm 
on Irene Trudel's show 

Claiming to have been "born in a volcano with nothing but a dream and board shorts," Ethan, Master of the Hawaiian Ukulele lets his stream of consciousness flow through every song he writes. The Austin-based musician is a rail-thin six feet five inches tall, strums guitar instead of ukulele and is hilarious in his "matter of fact" way. This will be Ethan's third visit to Irene's show on WFMU, as he prepares his first release in 10 years, "No Man is an Island", out on cassette and digital this fall. 

Simon Dine / Noonday Underground 
Thursday, August 9th, Midnight - 3am 
Nickel and Dime Radio with $mall ¢hange 
Simon returns to Nickel and Dime Radio after an 11 years hiatus. His new record 'On a Quiet Night' is out on his own Hands Full label and has a great 60s sensibility with modern sounds. The album features Daisy Martey who also sang in Morcheeba. Simon's previous project was Adventures in Stereo, and he's also produced music for Paul Weller and Candie Payne. Interview plus an eclectic 80 minute mix of mostly vintage sounds. 

Paul Collins Beat featuring Mike Ruiz 
Monday, August 13th, Noon - 3pm 
on Three Chord Monte with Joe Belock 

The King of Power Pop started building his legend in the 1970s with The Nerves, The Breakaways and The Beat, and is going strong in the 21st century with a string of great solo albums. His latest, 'Out Of My Head', comes out in September. Paul's many memorable appearances on WFMU include sessions with Gentleman Jesse, the Low Doses and John Wicks of The Records. This time, Paul will be playing with original Beat drummer Mike Ruiz and bassist Paul Stingo of Long Island mainstays The Rockinghams and Collins' collaborator on the new album. 

DJ Tekitizi 
Thursday, August 16th, Midnight - 3am 
Nickel and Dime Radio with $mall ¢hange 
DJ Tekitizi ("take it easy") has been DJing since 2003. starting at house parties and barbecues that segued into downtown gigs like Triple Crown NYC, Happy Endings, etc. Also a designer, he took a couple of years off for his career, returning to DJing in 2010, and has been going steady since. His current residencies include Duck Duck, The Regal, The James Hotel, and Sweet Science. A pro DJ with skills to match. 

Brett Berns director of "BANG! The Bert Berns Story" 
Saturday, August 18th, 11am - 1pm 
on Michael Shelley's show 

Michael welcomes Brett Berns, director of "BANG! The Bert Berns Story" which tells the story of the creative force Bert Berns, whose childhood bout with rheumatic fever left him with a short life expectancy which inspired his prolific creative output. His mort successful run was a seven year period in the 60's where he had a hand in 51 charting singles. He died in 1967 at age 38 and left behind a safe full of cash and a musical legacy that includes "A Little Bit Of Soap," "Hang On Sloopy," "I Want Candy," "Under The Boardwalk" and work with Solomon Burke, Van Morrison, Erma Franklin, The Isley Brothers, Wilson Pickett, Ben E. King and tons more. 

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Don’t miss these upcoming shows at Monty Hall:

Fri July 27 – Howlin Rain / Chris Forsyth & The Solar Motel Band / The Mountain Movers | tickets

Sat Aug 4 – The Shacks/Joy Cleaner | tickets

Sun Aug 5 – The Rubinoos / Lieder | tickets

Thu Aug 16 – Vacation / Resounding No / The Daddies | tickets

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

Fri Oct 12 – The Scientists / Bill Nace | tickets

Wed Oct 24 – DOWNTOWN ‘81 (In Memory of Glenn O’Brien), with Kenneth Goldsmith | tickets

Sun Oct 28 – DJ Stashu’s Oktoberfesty Polka Dance-tastic Party featuring a live performance by The Polka Brothers | tickets

Tue Oct 30 –  Roky Erickson | tickets


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