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This Sunday we enter October, which means it's the start of the WFMU Hellraiser! The October Hellraiser is our month-long fundraising celebration jam packed with specials. Tune in and remember why WFMU is a station like no other! Please support us and give us the ability to continue to bring you creative and unique programming. This year we have a bunch of events happening as well, including the return of the WFMU Record Fair at the Knockdown Center and DJ meet ups at Monty Hall. Hope to see you at the Record Fair!

Olivia Bradley-Skill
Music Director
  • CUT WORMS - Cut Worms (Jagjaguwar)
  • SILICONE PRAIRIE - Vol. II (Feel It)
  • NATURAL WONDER BEAUTY CONCEPT - Natural Wonder Beauty Concept (Mexican Summer)
  • GREG FOAT & GIGI MASIN - Dolphin (Strut)
  • ORI BAREL - Alkaline River (Unseen Worlds)
  • MAPACHE - Swinging Stars (Innovative Leisure)
  • NIGHT BEATS - Rajan (Suicide Squeeze)
  • OSEES - Intercepted Message (In the Red)
  • SONIC YOUTH - Live in Brooklyn 2011 (Silver Currant)
  • SLOWDIVE - everything is alive (Dead Oceans)
  • ERNESTO DIAZ-INFANTE - Bats In The Lavender Sky (Ramble Records)
  • OPTIC SINK - Glass Blocks (Feel It Records)
  • VARIOUS - Soviet Disco: Disco, Electro, Funk and more from Behind the Iron Curtain 1979-1990 (Aberrant Records)
  • LLOYDS - Attitude Check (Liberation Hall)
  • JOSIAH STEINBRICK - For Anyone That Knows You (Unseen Worlds)
  • ICI CHIEN CHIEN - Mi Casa Es Su Casa (Barbastella Archive)
  • ROMEO VOID - Live From Mabuhay Gardens November 14, 1980 (Liberation Hall)
  • ESP SUMMER - Mars Is A Ten (Disciples)
  • KRISTEN NOGUES - Marc'h Gouez (Souffle Continu)
  • CABLE TIES - All Her Plans (Merge)
  • THE ROYAL ARCTIC INSTITUTE - From Catnip To Coma To Catharsis (Already Dead)
  • MARK LOTZ TRIO - Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out! (Zennes)
  • THE CRYSTAL FURS - Neon Heart (Kitten Pants)
  • VARIOUS - Latin Freestyle: New York/Miama 1983-1992 (Ace)
  • GIOVANNI DI DOMENICO - Succo di formiche (Unseen Worlds)
  • SPIRAL DUB - Spiral Dub (Sanctuary Moon)
  • NOW - And Blue Space Is Burning Noon (Sloth Mate Productions)
  • RICK REED - The Symmetry of Telemetry (Elevator Bath)
  • FRANCESCO ARONI VIGONE - Orbita (We Insist!)
  • SQUID - O Monolith (Warp)
  • GRAHAM LAMBKIN - Aphorisms (Blank Forms Editions)
  • DEEPER - Careful! (Subpop)
  • CORKER - Falser Truths (Feel It Records)
  • MOVIE MOVIE - Storyboards (Topsy Turvy)
  • THE BQS - Stand In The Jam (Cort Records)
  • JON & ROBIN - The Singles (Sundazed)
  • SANDY SALISBURY & CURT BOETTCHER - Try For The Sun (Sundazed)
  • EMPIRE - Expensive Sound (Munster)
  • LOS LLAMARADA - Space and Time (C/Site)
  • BLACK SUGAR - Baila (Vampisoul)
  • AMAARA - Child of Venus (Self Released)
  • CAUTIOUS CLAY - Karpeh (Blue Note)
  • SUMMER DEAN - The Biggest Life (Motel time music/ the next waltz)
  • THEEE RETAIL SIMPS - Live On Cool St (Total Punk Records)
  • KASSI VALAZZA - Knows Nothing (Fluff & Gravy)
  • LESLIE KEFFER - Veiled Matter (No Part Of It)
  • STAG - We Got It All (Self Released)
  • THE HAGERS - The Complete Capitol Albums (Omnivore Recordings)
  • BEEF - Beef (Feel It Records)
  • GEESE - 3D Country (Partisan)
  • DAGNE GORHAM - I Love You Forever And I Mean It (Self Released)
  • EXPLOSIONS IN THE SKY - End (Temporary Residence)
  • MATANA ROBERTS - Coin Coin Chapter 5: In The Garden (Constellation Records)
  • THE DAMNED - The Best Of (Ace)
  • VARIOUS - In The Light Of Time; Uk Post Rock And Leftfield Pop 1992-1998 (Ace)
  • WOODS - Perennial (Woodsist)
  • BAIKIDA E.J. CARROLL - Orange Fish Tears (Souffle Continu/Palm)
  • EMILY ROBB - If I Am Misery Then Give Me Affection (Petty Bunco)
  • JACKIE DESHANNON - The Sherry Lee Show (Sundazed Music Inc)
  • LEITMOTIV LIMBO - Superior State (De La Catessen records)
  • RAYNE - Self Titled (Mighty Mouth Music)
  • STARVING WEIRDOS - Atheistsaregods (Discrepant)
  • THE STILL BROTHERS - It's Not Over (Lewis Recordings)
  • JOHN ANDREWS & THE YAWNS - Cookbook (Woodsist)
  • ELLIOTT SHARP - Phlogiston (Erototox Decodings)
  • LUCIO CAPECE FS5 - From Scratch New Discantus Quintet (Erototox Decodings)
  • THE MIDNIGHT CALLERS - Rattled Humming Heart (Jem)
  • TOBIAS MEIER - The universe looking at itself through a tiny mirror (Wide Ear)
  • VARIOUS - Watching The Void: A Smattering Of Panic Records & Tapes (No Part Of It)
  • GREYMOUTH - Parked up (Sophomore Lounge)
  • NUDGE SQUIDFISH - Early Squid (Spacecase)
  • CURRENT JOYS - Love + Pop (Secretly Canadian)
  • DARWIN DIEGO - Self Titled (one fish music)
  • KRISTIN HERSH - Clear Pond Road (Fire Records)
  • MARKUS FLOATS - Fourth Album (Constellation)
  • OFF WORLD - 3 (Constellation Records)
  • THE IRONSIDES - Changing Light (Colemine Records)
  • LIAM GRANT - Amoskeag (CARBON / Feeding Tube)
  • RAFAY RASHID - Kitchen Weapons (Almost Ready Records)
  • SULT - Always I Gnaw (Thin Wrist)
  • TESLASONIC - Foundation (Minimal Rome)
  • FOOD PEOPLE - Many Glorious Petals (Feeding Tube)
  • WORRIERS - Trust Your Gut (Ernest Jenning Record Co.)
  • NRBQ - Tiddly Winks (Omnivore Recordings)
  • THE VOGUES - The Complete Singles & More (Omnivore Recordings)
  • JOHN KRAUSBAUER & DAVID MARANHA - Bringing It Back (Public Eyesore)
  • SPIRAL JOY BAND - Elvehjem (Feeding Tube)
  • VARIOUS - Bob Stanley Presents: London A to Z 1962-1973 (Ace)
  • CURTIS LICHT ROBERTS - May 99 (Blank Forms Editions)
  • LARYNX - 7 (Blank Forms Editions)
  • WILLIE NELSON - Bluegrass (Sony Music)
  • ADVERTISEMENTS - Escorts (Feel It Records)
  • TONY MOLINA - Embarrassing Times (Catholic Guilt)
  • BRIAN AUGER - Auger Incorporated (Soul Bank)
  • VARIOUS - Spirit of Gravity: A poem in six parts (Spirit of Gravity)
  • LIMBO DISTRICT - Self Titled (Chunklet Industries)
  • JOSEPH OF KIREZI - The Only Way Out is Through Bleeding Jam Session vol​.​1 (CARDINAL RECORDS/feeding tube/we here & now)
  • NICHOLAS BUSSMANN - The News Trilogy / Revolution Songs in an AI Environment (Grand Prix d'Amour Productions)
  • THE DISSIDENTS / VITRIOLIC RESPONSE - Split EP (Wild mutation records)
  • THE MALAKAS - Self Titled (Crap Face Tunes/ Almost Ready Records)
  1. FANTASTIC PALACE - Ringlets & Gaskets (Dot Dash Sounds)
  2. JEFF TOBIAS - Music From Milky Way (Yes Reality)
  3. SEA MOSS - Remoss2 (Ramp Local)
  4. WEEGEE - Primitive Thrill (Weegee)
  5. NON PLUS TEMPS - Dark On Harmon EP (Public Nipples Unlimited)
  6. DAMON SMITH/LOUIS WALL/NNN COOK - Fire Point (Notice Recordings)
  7. SANDY EWEN/JASON NAZARY - A Beaded Gesture (Notice Recordings)
  8. PROBLEMS - I've Got Problems (Orb Tapes)
  9. PRIVATE SORROW - More Disturbance (Midnight Mines)
  10. SULTRY - Promotional Not to Be Sold (Culture Desert)
  1. BLACK SUGAR - Baila (Vampisoul)
  2. THE STILL BROTHERS - It's Not Over (Lewis Recordings)
  3. JOHN KRAUSBAUER & DAVID MARANHA - Bringing It Back (Public Eyesore)
  4. LIMBO DISTRICT - Self Titled (Chunklet Industries)
  5. THE DISSIDENTS / VITRIOLIC RESPONSE - Split EP (Wild mutation records)
  6. THE MALAKAS - Self Titled (Crap Face Tunes/ Almost Ready Records)
  7. WATER MACHINE - Raw Liquid Power (Upset! The Rhythm)
  8. A RAINCOAT - It Came In the Night (Just Add Water)
  9. LA JUNGLE - 7" EP (Hyperjungle)
  10. JEAN CLAUDRIC - Jeu de Dames (Born Bad)
*These are releases that we didn't receive a physical copy of but have been playing digitally. 
  1. JAAP BLONK & MONTECLAVA  - Fake Air (Music à la Coque)
  2. VARIOUS - Touch: The Sublime Sound of Yuji Ohno
  3. MIZU - Distant Intervals (NNA Tapes)
  4. L'RAIN - I Killed Your Dog (Mexican Summer)
  5. FIEVEL IS GLAUQUE - I​’​m Scanning Things I Can​’​t See / Dark Dancing (Fat Possum)
  6. SYLVESTER - Private Recordings, August 1970 (Dark Entries)
  7. MINT FIELD - Aprender a Ser (Felte)
  8. THE GARMENT DISTRICT - Flowers Telegraphed to All Parts of the World (HHBTM Records)
  9. M. SAGE & ZANDER RAYMOND - Parayellowgram (Moon Glyph)
  10. OTTO WILLBERG - The Leisure Principle (Black Truffle)
Lori Goldston live when Kendraplex fills in for Jesse Jarnow
Tuesday, September 26th, 9pm - Midnight
on Freaking Out with Kendraplex

Genius free improviser, composer, and cellist Lori Goldston drops in for a live performance at WFMU! Records will be picked and chat may ensue about solo work and collaborations, and possibly about her beloved 1994 cello performance on MTV's Nirvana Unplugged in New York. Airs Tuesday, September 26th when Freaking Out with Kendraplex fills in for The Frow Show.

Wednesday, September 27th, Noon - 3pm
on The Evan "Funk" Davies Show

The Bay Area band Now share a label with recent WFMU faves Children Maybe Later, and frontman Will Smith recently joined fellow West Coasters Cindy on their UK tour. Now’s new album And Blue Space Is Burning Noon (Slothmate) will scratch that Flying Nun / Orange Juice / Cleaners From Venus itch that you know you have, so don’t miss this live set!

Ira K fills in for Michael Shelley
Saturday, September 30th, 11am - 1pm
on Ira's show

Special Feature: Han Bennink
Sunday, October 1st, 9am - Noon
on destination: OUT with Jeff Golick 
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream)
During October, D:O Radio will be going to great lengths to give the drummer some. Today's featured artist is ageless Dutch drummer and cheese whiz Han Bennink. Bennink has appeared in just about every configuration imaginable, from solo shows to backing the Instant Composers Pool Orchestra, playing with everyone from Eric Dolphy and Lee Konitz to Derek Bailey and Terrie Ex.

Steve guest hosts!
Sunday, October 1st, 5pm - 6pm
on Radio Row

Rocknroll explorations from near and far

Kalia Vandever
Monday, October 2nd, 3:01pm - 6pm
on Radio Ravioli with Olivia

Brooklyn trombonist and composer Kalia Vandever visits Radio Ravioli for a set of live music! Vandever, who plays with Harry Styles and Japanese Breakfast, released her solo debut album with We Fell In Turn (AKP Recordings) in March of this year. Tune in for dreamlike jazz and ambient influenced compositions of layered trombone and electronics.

P.G. Six Live Session
Monday, October 2nd, 9pm - Midnight
on Daniel Blumin's show

P.G. Six has just released the excellent Murmurs & Whispers (Drag City), his first solo album in over a decade! Tune in as Pat Gubler (Tower Recordings, Metal Mountains, Garcia Peoples) brings in his harp and guitar to psychedelicize your folkin' ear holes with timeless tales of love, death and barley wine!

Powers / Rolin Duo
Tuesday, October 3rd, 9am - Noon
on Garbage Time with Matt Warwick

With Jen Powers on hammered-dulcimer and Matthew Rolin on twelve string, the duo visits WFMU to bring their warm cosmic soundscapes into the Garbaggio Lounge! MAMA MIA!

Creamo Coyl Ruins the Show, but Bhajan Bhoy Saves It with a Live Performance
Tuesday, October 3rd, Noon - 3pm
on Feelings with Michele with One "L"

Ajay Saggar, aka Bahan Boy, stops by with a 4 song set of new and unreleased material. We will listen to it and chat with him ahead of his US Tour. Oh, and Creamo Coyl will be there too.

Audrey Golden, author of I Thought I Heard You Speak: Women At Factory Records
Wednesday, October 4th, Noon - 3pm
on The Evan "Funk" Davies Show

Audrey Golden's fascinating and essential new book (coming out in January in the US) is an oral history of Factory Records told by Gillian Gilbert (New Order), Gina Birch (The Raincoats), and dozens of other women who were part of the scene: Musicians, DJs, filmmakers, sound engineers, chefs, etc. Audrey will be live in studio to talk about the book and, of course, play some related music.

Demos To Spazz By
Thursday, October 5th, 9pm - Midnight
on Music To Spazz By with Dave the Spazz

Nascent noodlings from a variety of tape recorder fiddlin’ Music To Spazz By artists.

Highway to Hellraiser II
Friday, October 6th, 5pm - 7pm
on Musical Dose with medson 
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream)
Let’s jump in the hearse and cruise around for two hours, blasting songs about hell and raising hell. It’s a WFMU fundraising joyride and you’re all invited.

Interview with award-winning photographer Meryl Meisler
Saturday, October 7th, 6am - 9am
on Currents with Brian D

Currents with Brian D welcomes award-winning photographer Meryl Meisler to discuss her ongoing solo show “Simply Scintillating,” which looks at the world of New York City nightlife from the heyday of Studio 54 in the mid-1970s to the gender-twisting fabulousness of drag parties in 2023 Brooklyn.

Bruce Belland of The Four Preps
Saturday, October 7th, 11am - 1pm
on Michael Shelley's show

Michael chats with Bruce Belland of The Four Preps about the his new book "Icons, Idols and Idiots of Hollywood" which documents the meteoric rise of the band and the scores of iconic show biz figures they crossed paths with. If we're lucky, we'll also get the story behind their 1964 smash "A Letter To The Beatles."

Lucinda Williams, Tee Vee Repairmann, CIVIC, Sun Room and 1-800-Mikey!
Saturday, October 7th, 3pm - 6pm
on Todd-o-phonic Todd's show

Lucinda Williams is one of the great American songwriters. Her new album, "Stories From A Rock N Roll Heart" (Highway 20/Thirty Tigers) reinforces her excellence. Her recent autobiography, "Don't Tell Anybody The Secrets I Told You" (Crown) gives us the backstory on this unique talent. Listen to Lucinda chat with Todd on October 7th and catch her live at The Beacon Theater on 10/27 and at The Count Basie Theater in Red Bank, NJ on 10/29.
Tee Vee Repairmann - Tee Vee Repairmann hails from Sydney, Australia and plays "egg-punk power pop" according to Maximum Rocknroll. Whatever it is they play...they sound great. Catch Tee Vee Repairmann at Goner Fest in Memphis on Friday 9/29, at Union Pool in Brooklyn on Sunday 10/8 and live on The Todd-O-Phonic Todd show on Saturday 10/7.
CIVIC - These powerful Aussies bring the thunder from down under. The rightful rowdy heir to fellow countrymen such as Radio Birdman and The Creatures. CIVIC will be raising the roof at Elsewhere's Zone One on Saturday Oct. 7th after hitting The Todd-O-Phonic Todd Show earlier that day.
Sun Room - When not busy surfing, Southern California's Sun Room write and play great garage and rock'n'roll tunes. See them live at Webster Hall on October 5th and Asbury Lanes on October 7th and let the sunshine in on The Todd-O-Phonic Todd Show.
1-800-Mikey - One of the many exciting bands to hit Goner Fest this year, Sydney's 1-800-Mikey will be touring with their neighbors Tee Vee Repairmann. The tour takes them to The Todd-O-Phonic Todd Show and The Broadway on October 7th and Union Pool on October 8th.

Special Feature: Susie Ibarra
Sunday, October 8th, 9am - Noon
on destination: OUT with Jeff Golick 
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream)
During October, D:O Radio will be going to great lengths to give the drummer some. Today's featured artist is the remarkable Susie Ibarra. Ibarra has tremendous range, and has held down the drum chair with flair in groups from John Zorn's Masada and the David S. Ware Quartet to Yo La Tengo and solo performances.

Sunday, October 8th, 3pm - 5pm
on Paul Bruno's show

Before the pandemic forced a geographical scattering of its members, Patio was one of New York's most promising bands, their self-described "pastel post-punk" wowing crowds whenever they played. They've thankfully reassembled to bring us their long-awaited second LP "Collection," out Sept 22nd on Fire Talk. Check out their session and see their record release show September 30th at Gottscheer Hall in Ridgewood, Queens.

DJ Dowdydiva guest hosts!
Sunday, October 8th, 5pm - 6pm
on Radio Row

K-pop, J-pop, and friends

Singles Going Shreddy
Monday, October 9th, Noon - 3pm
on Three Chord Monte with Joe Belock

To get geared up for the return of the WFMU Record Fair, Three Chord Monte dives into Singles Going Steady week by featuring 3 hours of nothing but past FMU record fair scores on 45!

The Singles Going Steady Roundtable VII on D. Blumin's show w/ special guests: Dan Bodah.
Monday, October 9th, 9pm - Midnight
on Daniel Blumin's show

It's the return of the Singles Going Steady Roundtable! Tune in as WFMU freeform slingers Dan Bodah, Faye & Jack Mello join Daniel Blumin to chat about some of their favorite 7" platters whilst spinning 'em to their hearts' content!

Feelings Presents the FIFTH Annual Covers Show
Tuesday, October 10th, Noon - 3pm
on Feelings with Michele with One "L"

Who would have thought she would have been on the air for 5 years?! Michele loves a good cover song, and there will be three hours of them on October 10th.

Singles Going Steady!
Tuesday, October 10th, 6pm - 7pm
on Hard Stuff with Frank in Queens 
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream)
7"s rule in general, but they rule even harder during Singles Going Steady Week on WFMU! One hour 7"s as part of this station-wide October Hellraiser event.

Singles Going Seventies Vol. XI!
Wednesday, October 11th, Noon - 3pm
on The Evan "Funk" Davies Show

Once again EFD will only be spinning 7-inch records from his own collection released between 1970 and 1979 (inclusive!) as part of WFMU’s annual Singles Going Steady Week! From AM Gold to AM tin, from the rise of disco to the start of its decline, from the dawn of punk to the pre-pending of the word “post” and more, it’s the Top 40 radio of your dreams.

B-Sides Going Steady
Thursday, October 12th, 9pm - Midnight
on Music To Spazz By with Dave the Spazz

Dave the Spazz celebrates Singles Going Steady week by plugging the wrong side of the record. Usually crazier and typically more rockin', you'll flip for these unsung gems!

Lathe of Heaven live session
Friday, October 13th, 3pm - 6pm
on Mona's show

Gothic rock fans take note, Lathe of Heaven will perform live from WFMU on Friday October 13th at 4pm. Their debut album, Bound by Naked Skies, is out via Sacred Bones now.

Live From The WFMU Record Fair at The Knockdown Center
Saturday, October 14th, 3pm - 6pm
on Todd-o-phonic Todd's show

Todd-O-Phonic Todd hosts the greatest array of DJ talent ever to be assembled for one broadcast. Delving into the massive talent pool in the station's Rock and Soul Radio Stream, Todd will be joined by the likes of Mike Sin and Matt Clarke (What's Happening?!!?), Miss Christina Ginger and Vee Vee (Rotations) and Spoony (Bad Teeth) for this historical broadcast.

Killed By Killed By Death
Sunday, October 15th, 3pm - 5pm
on Paul Bruno's show

Since their inception, there have been dozens of volumes of the gray market Killed By Death series of rare punk records. The first few were revelatory but quality control seemingly diminished with each new installment as the brand was co-opted by opportunistic bootleggers. Luckily, Paul Bruno has listened to most of them so you don’t have to. On the final day of the WFMU Record Fair, where many of these original records will surely change hands for hundreds of dollars, you’ll get to hear them for free on Paul’s show. All rare late-70s/early 80s punk, no collector-bait junk!

DJ Esoterica guest hosts!
Sunday, October 15th, 5pm - 6pm
on Radio Row

DJ Esoterica spins a fortifying concoction of punk, post-punk, darkwave, and glam goodies!

Singles Going Steady week
Sunday, October 15th, 9pm - 10pm
on The Funhouse with Harry Parmenter 
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream)

The Anti-Music Club Celebrates the Micro Song
Monday, October 16th, 3am - 6am
on Anti-Music Club with Land Phil

Tired of 20 minute long prog ballads? 6 minute long jam band ridiculousness? Why listen to a single 3 minute song when you can listen to 12 different grindcore songs in the same amount of time? Join Land Phil from 3am-6am on October 16th as he celebrates the time honored tradition of the micro song; music for people with minuscule attention spans and songs that end before you can say "please stop playing Wormrot in the break room, it's inappropriate and this is your final warning!"

Wednesday, October 18th, Noon - 3pm
on The Evan "Funk" Davies Show

Worriers return to WFMU in the midst of a cross-country tour supporting their second album release of the year, Trust Your Gut (Ernest Jenning Record Co.). Singer/songwriter Lauren Denitzio has roots in the New Jersey DIY punk scene and that ethos carries through even in the wake of their move to Los Angeles four years ago. Check for a show near you!

Here's to Your Sister: A Night of "Sister Ray" and Only "Sister Ray"
Friday, October 20th, 9pm - Midnight
on Burn It Down! with Nate K.

A celebration of the greatest single-riff jam in rock ‘n’ roll history. Covers, lives versions, and as much of “Sweet Sister Ray” as we can get through. It’s going to be a party, and everyone’s invited: Duck, Sally, Miss Rayon, Cecil, and you.

Special Feature: Andrew Cyrille
Sunday, October 22nd, 9am - Noon
on destination: OUT with Jeff Golick 
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream)
During October, D:O Radio will be going to great lengths to give the drummer some. Today's featured artist is living legend Andrew Cyrille. In a career spanning more than five decades, Cyrille has revealed himself to be perhaps the most sensitive and graceful of free jazz drummers. Three hours is not nearly enough time to do his oeuvre justice, but we'll have a good time trying.

dj ggghost guest hosts!
Sunday, October 22nd, 5pm - 6pm
on Radio Row

Video game soundtracks and other music that is too online.

EFD's Annual Punk/Post-punk/Power Pop/New Wave Throwback Show!
Wednesday, October 25th, Noon - 3pm
on The Evan "Funk" Davies Show

It’s been over 40 years since EFD was on the college station at that New York university across the river, and yet he persists in trotting out some of his favorite records from the late ‘70s and early ‘80s that improbably became classics or simply faded away… until now! It’s always one of the most popular shows of the year, so don’t miss it!

Halloween Spooktacular!
Thursday, October 26th, 9pm - Midnight
on Music To Spazz By with Dave the Spazz

Count Spazzula and Bingo the Gorilla scare the pants off you with their spooky antics!

The Dracu-Las
Saturday, October 28th, 3pm - 6pm
on Todd-o-phonic Todd's show

Only a genius like Todd-O-Phonic Todd could land the prime Halloween weekend booking of a live set from The Dracu-Las. This stellar Jersey City/Brooklyn combo will be celebrating the release of their new single, "It". Catch them at Pet Shop JC on 10/26 and 11/3 at Our Wicked Lady.

Special Feature: Jack DeJohnette
Sunday, October 29th, 9am - Noon
on destination: OUT with Jeff Golick 
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream)
During October, D:O Radio will be going to great lengths to give the drummer some. Today's featured artist -- the last of the month -- is drummer, pianist, and composer Jack DeJohnette. From Miles in '69 to the Jarrett Standards trio, from DeJohnette's own Special Edition groups to his work with Wadada Leo Smith's Golden Quartet, DeJohnette has had a remarkably varied and vivid career. Tune in to hear highlights from his immense catalog.

DJ Moira guest hosts!
Sunday, October 29th, 5pm - 6pm
on Radio Row

Looped and worn warbly jingle hums the tune of migraine across the WFMU airwaves

Drag City Day
Tuesday, October 31st, Noon - 3pm
on Feelings with Michele with One "L"

Did someone say Royal Trux? Join Michele as she dedicates her show to Drag City and celebrates one of her favorite labels ever.
Sat Sep 30  –  NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD with an original live score by Morricone Youth | tickets

Thurs Oct 5  –  LOLA | tickets

Fri Oct 6  –  Cheap Thrills Drag and Dance Party | tickets

Fri Oct 20 –  Karaoke Night Hosted by Clay Pigeon and Garbage Time's Matt Warwick | tickets

Sat Oct 21  –  Sea Monkeys | tickets

Fri Oct 27  –  An Evening With Brian Dewan | tickets

Sat Oct 28  –  The First Ever WFMU Puppet Slam! | tickets

Sun Oct 29  –  After Life Party | tickets

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