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Before you get to the bulk of this email, I would like to remind you that we have another sidewalk sale on Saturday, Nov 13th! We're selling LPs and CDs right outside our building on 43 Montgomery St in Jersey City. We've been doing this over the last few months and will keep it going while the weather permits. Loads of great stuff has built up from two years in a row without the Record Fair, and it's priced to move! It'll be worth the trip. Hope to see you on Nov 13!

Olivia Bradley-Skill
Music Director
  • ANIKA - Change (Sacred Bones)
  • VARIOUS - Oz Echoes: DIY Cassettes and Archives 1980​-​1989 (Efficient Space)
  • CLAN CAIMÁN - Asoma (EM Records)
  • AMYL AND THE SNIFFERS - Comfort To Me (ATO Records)
  • MAURICE LOUCA - Saet El Jazz (The Luck Hour) (Northern Spy)
  • LOW - Hey What (Sub Pop)
  • THE SOUL PATROL - Mara (Feel It)
  • VARIOUS - I'll Be Your Mirror: A Tribute To The Velvet Underground (Verve)
  • YASMIN WILLIAMS - Urban Driftwood (Spinster)
  • MOUTH PAINTER - Tropicale Moon (Feeding Tube)
  • DUMMY - Mandatory Enjoyment (Trouble In Mind)
  • EQUIPMENT POINTED ANKH - Without Human Permission (Sophomore Lounge)
  • COLLEEN GREEN - Cool (Hardly Art)
  • PETULA CLARK - Splendido! The Italian Singles Collection (Ace)
  • LA LUZ - s/t (Hardly Art)
  • NITE JEWEL - No Sun (Gloriette Records)
  • MONA MUR - Mona Mur (Playloud)
  • NICK STORRING - Newfoundout (Mappa)
  • GUSTAF - Audio Drag For Ego Slobs (Royal Mountain)
  • ONETWOTHREE - s/t (Kill Rock Stars)
  • SHOP REGULARS - Shop Regulars (Merrie Melodies)
  • VANISHING TWIN - Ookii Gekkou (Fire Records)
  • MAC MCCAUGHAN - The Sound of Yourself (Merge)
  • BRIGG - s/t (Gear Fab)
  • JOSE GONZALEZ - Local Valley (Mute)
  • ZIAD RAHBANI - Bennesbeh Labokra... Chou? (Wewantsounds)
  • STATIC - Toothpaste And Pills: Demos And Live 1978-1981 (Third Man)
  • COMORIAN - We Are An Island, But We're Not Alone (Glitterbeat)
  • MOOR MOTHER - Black Encyclopedia of the Air (Anti-)
  • SPACE AFRIKA - Honest Labour (Dais)
  • SAMBA TOURE - Binga (Glitterbeat)
  • MASSAGE - Still Life (Mt. St. Mtn.)
  • SAVILA - MAYAHUEL (Mississippi)
  • ORCHESTRE TOUT PUISSANT MARCEL DUCHAMP - We're OK. But We're Lost Anyway (Bongo Joe)
  • NEGATIVLAND - No Brain EP (Seeland)
  • CHES SMITH AND WE ALL BREAK - Path of Seven Colors (Pyroclastic Records)
  • DOLOROSA - Hordhen (Acel)
  • DIRECTIONS - Echoes (Temporary Residence Ltd.)
  • REARRANGED FACE - A Rare Caged Fern (Tomothy)
  • SUSIE IBARRA - Talking Gong (New Focus Recordings)
  • LALA LALA - I Want The Door To Open (Hardly Art)
  • SHANNON LAY - Geist (Sub Pop)
  • VARIOUS - Wallahi Le Zein! (Mississippi)
  • LIQUOR STORE - Scumbag (Almost Ready)
  • THE SAVAGE YOUNG TATERBUG - Dropping Splinter Into Baby's Palm b/w Buddy's Room (Lighten
  • RITMOS TROPICOSMOS - Cumbia En La Sierra (Discos Mas)
  • SOFT ON CRIME - You've Already Made Up Your Mind (Eats It)
  • Up Sounds)
  • HECTOR ZAZOU - Made To Measure Vol 5 (Crammed Discs)
  • MOOR MOTHER & BILLY WOODS - Brass (BackwoodzStudioz)
  • SINGING DUST - Singing Dust (Efficient Space)
  • DUCKS LTD - Modern Fiction (Carpark)
  • OUT LIKE LAMBS - Fingers Crossed (Self Released)
  • FAMOUS LOGS IN HISTORY - An Antenna For the Water Bottle Generation (Fuzzy Warbles Cassettes)
  • MATTEW E. WHITE - K Bay (Domino)
  • NO MOTION - No Motion (Self Released)
  • SANTA SPREES - Fanfare For Tonsils (Leapantique)
  • DON MELODY CLUB - Pure Donzin (Bongo Joe)
  • FADEAWAYS - Bad Dreams / Don't Tread On Me (Outro Records)
  • BURNT SUGAR THE ARKESTRA CHAMBER - Angels Over Oakanda (No Label)
  • CECILIA LOPEZ - Red (DB) (Relative Pitch)
  • MUSHROOM - Songs of Dissent: Live at the Make Out Room 8/9/19 (Alchemikal Artz)
  • EXNE KEDY AND THE POLTERGEISTS - Strolling Planet '74 (Voice of Ghost)
  • SOMEI SATOH - Mandala Trilogy +1 (WRWTFWW Records)
  • WARMER MILKS - Soft Walks (Sophomore Lounge)
  • VARIOUS - 7 & 7 Vol 3 (Spleen Coffin)
  • JESSICA PAVONE - Lull (Chaikin Records)
  • ROBIN HATCH - T.O.N.T.O. (Self Released)
  • DIE ANGEL - Live In Austin (Erototox)
  • MEGAN SIEBE - Swaying Steady (Grapefruit)
  • EIGHT POINT STAR - s/t (Vhf)
  • SMOKE BELLOW - Open For Business (Trouble In Mind)
  • OLD TOWN CRIER - I'm Longing for you honey... (Self Released)
  • ADA LEA - One Hand On The Steering Wheel ... (Saddle Creek)
  • THE JAZZ PASSENGERS - Individually Twisted (Modern Harmonic)
  • ANTIETAM - His Majesty's Request: A Wink O'Bannon Select (Motorific Sounds)
  • CLAUD ZILLA - Oddities (No Label)
  • DARIUS JONES - Raw Demoon Alchemy (A Lone Operation) (Northern Spy)
  • DAVID LEE MYERS - Room In A Moon House (Pulsewidth)
  • MOLTO - Centre De Rencontre (Meakusma)
  • THE BODY AND BIG|BRAVE - Leaving None But Small Birds (Thrill Jockey)
  • MADTEO - Head Goes Wrong By Noise (Honest Jons)
  • OLD MILLION EYE - The Incandescent Switch (Feeding Tube)
  • ROADHOUSE - Aladdin Sales (Sophomore Lounge)
  • TERRINE - Les problèmes urbains (Bruit Direct Disques)
  1. DEREK MONYPENY - Unjust Intonation (Trouble In Mind)
  2. IF / WHEN - this never happened (Smooth Space Editions)
  3. GRAHAM DUNNING - Mindscape From The 7th Level (Third Kind Records)
  4. LEONI LEONI - Yellow and Why (Bongo Joe)
  5. NIGHTTIME - Turning Wheel (Self Released)
  6. PG SIX/ LOUISE BOCK - All Summer Long Is Gone (Feeding Tube)
  7. FLY KIN MOUNTAIN - Concrete Pillars (Regional Attraction)
  8. ROWLAND TAYLOR - Parthian Shot (Self Released)
  9. THIGH MASTER - Live on WFMU (Tenth Court)
  10. GENG - Slowness as the Vehicle II (PTP)
  1. THE SOUL PATROL - Mara (Feel It)
  2. NEGATIVLAND - No Brain EP (Seeland)
  3. LIQUOR STORE - Scumbag (Almost Ready)
  4. RITMOS TROPICOSMOS - Cumbia En La Sierra (Discos Mas)
  5. SOFT ON CRIME - You've Already Made Up Your Mind (Eats It)
  6. THE SAVAGE YOUNG TATERBUG - Dropping Splinter Into Baby's Palm b/w Buddy's Room (Lighten Up Sounds)
  7. FADEAWAYS - Bad Dreams / Don't Tread On Me (Outro Records)
  8. VARIOUS - 7 & 7 Vol 3 (Spleen Coffin)
  9. VAINS - You May Not Believe In Vains But You Cannot Deny Terror (Dirty Knobby)
  10. CASH & SKYE - No More Candy / Sweeping Wet Floors (Third Man)
Thursday, October 28th, 9pm - Midnight 
on Music To Spazz By with Dave the Spazz 

A night of messed-up, mind bending instrumentals that'll leave you speechless! 

Thursday, October 28th, 10pm - Midnight 
on The Cool Blue Flame with Little Danny 
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream
Little Danny forges into the weird dark parts with a bowl of burnt offerings and two hours of eerie library music interludes, creaking electronics, and an unholy blend of spectral rock 'n' roll, hillbilly graveyards, witchdoctor exotica, and much more. Your host will also be screening a selection of vintage '70s U.K. occult and witchcraft atmospherics, B&W haunted house flotsam, and '50s and '60s b-movie horror trailers on the SCREAM-O-SCOPE™ (on the Cool Blue Flame playlist page.) Creepy dark fun for Halloween!

Vocal Gymnastics 
Friday, October 29th, 3am - 6am 
on Radioactivity with Abbie From Mars 

A selection of Abbie's personal favorite vocalists and vocal moments -- selected not so much for singing talent as for vocal creativity, manic expressiveness, and infectious ENERGEE. 

A Kippie Moeketsi Adoration 
Friday, October 29th, 9am - Noon 
on Give The Drummer Some with Doug Schulkind 
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream
Give the Drummer Some presents an exploration of the art and life of the beloved South African sax genius Kippie Moeketsi. Saddled with the moniker "the Charlie Parker of Africa," Kippie indeed was the first jazz artist on the continent to grasp the bebop revolution and infuse it with his own keening bittersweet sound. Joining the show from Durban, South Africa, will be special guest co-host Chris Albertyn [pronounced ALBER-tain]. Tune in for three hours of Kippie's unmistakable, unforgettable music, including unheard never-released tracks and other rarities. 

Scary Street 
Friday, October 29th, 2pm - 4pm 
on Shakin' Street with Joe Belock 
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream
As if having Joe Belock on twice a week isn't already frightening enough, Shakin' Street on WFMU's Rock 'n' Soul Radio stream becomes Scary Street with two hours of insane Halloween-related sounds! 

The Flange Is Three! (Part One) 
Friday, October 29th, 3pm - 7pm 
on The Flange & Frigate with DJ GeorgyGirl 
(on Sheena's Jungle Room Stream

GHOULIGAN with Terre the DJ 
Friday, October 29th, 4pm - 5pm 
on Hooligan with Terre the DJ 
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream
Terre the HOOLIGAN Hellraiser spins one hour of sinful stompers and lager-soaked laudations of EVIL! You’ll hear a witch’s brew of hard rock, glam, dirtbag metal, Oi + olde punk that will remind you that rock n roll is truly the devil’s music. That’s GHOULIGAN with Terre the DJ, Oct 30 Fri 4-5pmET on WFMU’s Rock n Soul Stream 

1st and possibly last Halloween Creeptacular Show. 
Friday, October 29th, 5pm - 7pm 
on Musical Dose with medson 
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream
This will not be musical equivalent of getting home to find out you got tons of raisins, Mary Jane & Bit-O-Honey in your sack. 

Put The Needle On The 2021 WFMU Female Rap Special 
Friday, October 29th, 7pm - 8pm 
on Put The Needle On The Record with Billy Jam 

Again to coincide with October Hellraiser Billy Jam will present the annual 2021 Female Rap Special this month with another non-stop mix of new and old school femcees (female emcees) on Put The Needle On The Record on Friday Oct. 29th at 7pm 

Watch out for hidden razor blades in the candy bars. For the first time ever, an all-Halloween-records Soulville howlapalooza! 
Friday, October 29th, 8pm - 9pm 
on Downtown Soulville with Mr. Fine Wine 

The Filth Dimension 
Friday, October 29th, 9pm - 11pm 
on Cha Cha Heels with ARB and Solo Mon 
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream
Explore the outer limits of your filthy mind. Witness bad taste as it crosses boundaries and twists the senses, until nothing makes scents anymore. The Filth Dimension: Is a camp re-imagining of anthology series such as Creepshow or The Twilight Zone. The Filth Dimension is NOT a singing group from the '70s. Presented in RadiOdorama. 

John Schnall’s Midnight Matinee: The Velvet Underworld 
Saturday, October 30th, Midnight - 3am 
on Inflatable Squirrel Carcass with Rich Hazelton 

At the stroke of midnight as Halloween Weekend begins, join John Schnall’s Midnight Matinee (URL: in watching The Velvet Underworld. Vampires, Lycans (what you and I call werewolves), and the unholy combination of the two are set to the tune of the seminal band that brought us Lou Reed, John Cale, Nico and album covers with color-form magic banana peels. Shiny boots of leather, pale blue eyes and various femmes fatales for your dining and dancing pleasure. Midnight, Saturday, October 30 on the first hour of Rich Hazelton’s Inflatable Squirrel Carcass right here on WFMU. 

The 4th Annual Double Dip CREEPFEST! 
Saturday, October 30th, 9am - 11am 
on Double-Dip Recess with Roger 

This year, wear 3 pairs of pants because one might be scared off ya, and another might get soiled. Two hours of spooky songs and stories for freeform kids like YOooooooooooooo. Bring your security blanket. 

San Francisco Bay Blues (& Jazz & Rock & Country & Doo-Wop & RnB & Experimental &...) 
Saturday, October 30th, 11am - 2pm 
on Bob Brainen's show 
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream
Bob & Pete Tomlinson Present Music of the Bay Area. Not so much an "all the best loved bands from San Francisco" as a highly subjective selection of some of our favorites combined with stuff we just learned about last week, concocted into a free-form mix. 

Special Guest: Kaleigh Wilder 
Saturday, October 30th, 2pm - 5pm 
on Music For a Free World with Dave Sewelson 
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream
Kaleigh Wilder is an improviser and sound sculptor. Speaking through the baritone saxophone, her music is born of her embodied experiences of joy, spirituality, childhood trauma, and being biracial—not white or black, but both. This duality can also be seen in her training as a classical musician who also studied jazz, free improvisation, and even went so far as West Africa to study Ghanaian music and dance. 

Colin Blunstone 
Saturday, October 30th, 3pm - 6pm 
on Todd-o-phonic Todd's show 

Colin Blunstone, fabled lead singer of The Zombies, joins The Cavalcade Of Stars to discuss the 50th anniversary of his first solo album, "One Year", and the ensuing live shows in Los Angeles on November 2nd and on November 8th at The Gramercy Theater in New York City. Two magical voices combine on one show. 

Mischief Night with special guests Human Host 
Sunday, October 31st, Midnight - 3am 
on Darren's show 

Tune in at midnight for three hours of mischief and mayhem with special guests, Human Host. For nearly two decades, these DIY shapeshifters have been crushing and confounding the last gasps of the American underground with their schizophrenic approach to art and performance. Originally from the fringes of “weird Baltimore,” Human Host have expanded their repertoire of experimental and demented music into visual art, short film, public access tv, and now, freeform radio. Join us on Devil’s Night for a late night of curated mischief and music, featuring a remote live improvisation, demonic poetry, random shrieks and howls, and all things spooky and scary. 

A Halloween Show To Crow About! 
Sunday, October 31st, 6am - 9am 
on Serious Moonlight Sonatas with Carol 

Taking a cue from her namesake, DJ Carol Crow will take a deep dive & explore all things crow! Start your Halloween off right! Eat a little crow with your morning tea! 

Herk Hilligoss plays tracks from "Halloween Record Blog" by illustrator Drew Friedman all day. 
Sunday, October 31st, 8am - 8pm 
on The Clock Strikes Midnight with Herk Hilligoss 
(on Sheena's Jungle Room Stream
He will be playing at least one track from each record in the order presented on Friedman's list, until he runs out of time. "Here are over 180 covers of spooky, horrifying, terrifying, and in some cases ridiculous monster-related, science fiction related/ghost related/gothic-related and Halloween-related LP and singles vinyl album covers. Some are common, some rare and obscure, some great and some awful. You decide." Drew Friedman 

DJ Ted returns to guest host Radio Row on Halloween! 
Sunday, October 31st, 5pm - 6pm 
on Radio Row 

Get ready for moon monsters, rubber masks, and the faint smell of sulphur.. 

The debut of former tv horror-host Doctor Sarcofiguy's new show, "The Perplexiterium!" 
Sunday, October 31st, 8pm - 9pm 
on The Perplexiterium with Doctor Sarcofiguy 
(on FM radio & Sheena's Jungle Room Stream
The Perplexiterium debuts tonight at 8pm with a special Halloween show and then moves to his regular slot on Tuesdays 5-6pm. 

Badnight Halloween 
Monday, November 1st, 3am - 6am 
on Six Degrees with Alan 

Everybody knows Halloween ain't over till the vampires are back in their coffins, the zombies are headless and the makeup is smeared all over your pillow. Halloween till the sun comes up or the Pidge is a cluckin, whichever comes first. 

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