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Radio Lost & Found for 10/13/16

October 15, 2016

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Tonight I’m joined by special guest Jon Nelson, who many of my more Plundercentric listeners may be familiar with both through his amazing radio show Some Assembly Required, but also his own found sound music project Escape Mechanism.

Some Assembly Required (1999-2011) Showcasing audio work by artists who appropriate sounds from the media environment, Some Assembly Required was heard on dozens of stations across the US and Canada, for over a decade.

It was a gas. Jon brought lots of stuff I was totally unfamiliar with and we had a great time. I am hoping he’ll join us again soon.

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Playlist (hour:min. Artist – Track – Album)
00:00 KBOO Community Radio – ID/Promo Spots – Promo Spots


00:02 Judy Collins – Send In The Clowns 45 played at 33 1/3 R – Send In The Clowns 7”
00:07 Morgan Fisher – Show Intro: Green and Pleasant – Miniatures


00:08 Set break — Intro: background: Leonard Pennario – March of the Lunatics


00:10 Oneida & Rhys Chatham – A. Philip Randolph and Back Bay Station – What’s Your Sign?
00:14 Széki Kurva – Hotel Antoinette (Dean Martin Mix) – Music for Joyriders
00:16 The Avalanches – Harmony – Wildflower
00:20 Wayne Butane – Dead Monkey Arcade – TV Monster A Go Go!! / Dead Monkey Arcade
00:25 Sturgill Simpson – In Bloom – A Sailor’s Guide to Earth
00:29 People Like Us – Dreaming – Lathe Cut 8”
00:33 Realistic – Math Is Hard – Drowned in Meaning
00:37 Realistic – Cuddle Party Headrush – Drowned in Meaning
00:39 Koop – Come To Me – Koop Islands


00:42 Set break — Background: John Cameron – Half Forgotten Daydream


00:55 G3RSt – Bloom To Me – Square
00:59 John Oswald – PrePLEX – PrePLEX
01:14 Escape Mechanism – What’s Happening – Emphasis Added
01:19 Escape Mechanism – Vaya Con Dios – Emphasis Added
01:20 Escape Mechanism – Details – Emphasis Added
01:25 CutUpSound – Oblivion Saves you Money – Night of 1,000 PSAs
01:26 CutUpSound – Stuff – Night of 1,000 PSAs
01:27 CutUpSound – Tom Hanks – Night of 1,000 PSAs
01:28 Jane and Barton – It’s A Fine Day – Jane and Barton


01:30 Set break — Background: Heldon – Interface


01:37 Divide & Kreate – It’s a Fine Holiday – Boot
01:39 Daniel Steven Crafts – The Essence Of Melodrama – Snake Oil Symphony/Soap Opera Suite
01:44 The Evolution Control Committee – Rebel Without A Pause (Whipped Cream Mix) – The Whipped Cream Mixes 7”
01:47 Nancy Sinatra – Bang Bang – Bang Bang/The Shadow Of Your Smile 7”
01:49 Emergency Broadcast Network – 3:7:8 (Album Version) – 3:7:8 12”
01:56 DJ Earlybird – Hell of a Heavenly Bang Bang – Boot
01:59 Shooby Taylor – Somewhere Over The Rainbow – The Human Horn

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Night of 1,000 PSAs

October 1, 2016

OK, here’s the deal.

KBOO’s long-time News and Public Affairs director Kathleen Stephenson is retiring later this month. Kathleen’s office, already tiny, was packed to the gunwales with boxes, filing cabinets, shelves with more boxes, etc.  It’s like a Mercury space capsule, with just about enough room for her to sit at her desk.

Over the years she’s accumulated this gigantic horde or radio PSAs, boxes and boxes of them, in fact. KBOO’s had this longstanding policy of not airing any of the traditional PSAs sent to commercial and noncommercial radio stations from The Ad Council, the U.S. Military,  Center for Disease Control, and countless church organizations, etc. – in favor of those produced in-house at the station.

But what to do with all of them? When cleaning out her office, Programming Director and host of Life After Wartime Erin Yanke thought something should be done with them – but what? We talked about it. Some of us, Erin, Dr. Zomb (of Dr. Zomb’s Stereo Obscura), Jim ‘Mr. No Soap Radio’ Larrance, Becky Meiers (Union of Time Thieves), initially thought we’d cut them up and make some kind of audio assemblage – but agreed that that would take forever. There were easily a thousand or more of them, all on disc, some of them as audio CD and some as computer files. We finally arrived at the conclusion that we’ll just play as many of them as possible in the time allotted. We figured an hour would work best. If it was an unlistenable mess, at least it would be an endurable mess at an hour.

So here it is. A few made preassembled pieces from their respective piles of discs. Much of it was mixed on the fly – some of it played on digital players and manipulated in real time.

We hope you enjoy the Kathleen Stephenson Retirement PSA Orchestra’s tribute to Kathleen and the art of the public service announcement!

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The participants were: Dr. Zomb, Erin Yanke, Rolf Semprebon, Becky Meiers, Rich Lindsay, Jim Larrance.

 

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Radio Lost & Found for 9/22/16 w/guests The Marta Zapparoli & Jackie Stewart Duo

September 23, 2016

We were honored to be joined by The Marta Zapparoli & Jackie Stewart Duo tonight, who appeared live at KBOO Studios. They did tape and turntable manipulations from Studio Two and wove an amazing and intricate soundscape using largely analog sources. It was a lot of fun to both hear and behold.

Marta Zapparoli:
Born in 1975, She is an Italian experimental sound artist, improviser, performer, and musician. She works and lives in Berlin since 2007. Her music mainly consists in sonic pieces that she builds using a wide variety of the recordings captured from the real sound world , using devices and self-made microphones without borders and in many unconventional ways. She is interested on the boundaries and relations between real sound world ,vibration sound, noise pollution, and inaudible sound.  She released several albums on Umbrella Noise records, Idiosyncratics Rec, Audition Records, Nohmad Records and Zeromoon. She was also extensively featured on WDR3 Open Studio Elektronische Musik Deutschland. In 2006 she received the MOVIN-UP Award for her field recording project An Audio Portrait of Berlin. [LINK to her BLOG]

Jackie Stewart:
Jackie “Oblivia” Stewart started performing sound in 1979 in Portland, Oregon. Groups Jackie has performed in include “the improvs” (1979), “Spy vs. Spy” (1980), “Babylon 2000” (1981-83), and “Smegma” (1982-present). Though Stewart experimented on guitar and very much enjoys vocals, she has found her focus with turntables. Her visual art medium is assemblage or collage, so it comes naturally to Jackie to assemble sounds. She enjoys hearing how beautiful or humorous “mixing” can be, in the same way things come together visually when assembling her cut-up art pieces.  With Smegma she says “I can enjoy a freedom of expression, totally unrestricted and of my own: as in I choose to interpret what my part will sound like. It has enabled me to learn much about recording and live performance.” Jackie’s sounds have appeared on dozens of releases, both solo and in group formats, in addition to her work with video. [Jackie “Oblivia” Stewart bio from LAFMS/Smegma page]

The Marta Zapparoli & Jackie Stewart Duo will be performing live in Portland on Saturday, Sept. 24th (along with Hisham Mayet/Ju Suk Reet Meate, Chiara Giovando,  Madelyn Villano and Super 8 film visuals by Mia Ferm) at Disjecta.

Here’s the show:
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(Hour:Minute Artist – Track – Album [Label])
00:00 KBOO Community Radio – ID/Promo Spots – Promo Spots


00:02 Wayne Horvitz & Pigpen – Miss Ann – Miss Ann


00:07 Set break — Intro – Background: Leonard Pennario – March of the Lunatics


00:08 Oneida & Rhys Chatham – You Get Brighter – What’s Your Sign? [Northern Spy]
00:13 Oneida & Rhys Chatham – Bad Brains – What’s Your Sign?
00:20 Leona Anderson – Rats in My Room – Music To Suffer By
00:22 Lovely Little Girls – The Awful Unpleasant Consequence – Glistening Vivid Splash [Skin Graft]
00:26 Evil Genius – Juke Prompt – Bitter Human [Orenda Records]


00:32 Set break — Background: John Cameron – Half Forgotten Daydream


00:34 The Marta Zapparoli & Jackie Stewart Duo – Live in the KBOO Studio
01:06 Marta Zapparoli & Jackie Stewart Duo – Interview


01:16 Set break — Background: Tom Cameron – Music To Wash Dishes By


01:17 Tom Cameron – Another Question – Music To Wash Dishes By
01:22 Okkyung Lee & Christian Marclay – Amalgam – Amalgam [Northern Spy]
01:35 Little Markie – Story Of An Alcoholic Father – Little Bits For Children Everywhere
01:42 CNN – Electromagnetic Mind Control Weapons – CNN 1985
01:48 Soupcans – Parasite Brain – Parasite Brain – EP
01:50 Soupcans – No Teeth – Parasite Brain – EP
01:50 Soupcans – Crimes of the Future, Pt. II – Parasite Brain EP
01:54 The Credibility Gap – Spots – Fiji Puzzle Box Blog
01:56 Serge Gainsbourg & Brigitte Bardot – Bonnie and Clyde [excerpt] – Comic Strip


01:57 Set break — Outro: Shooby Taylor – Over The Rainbow

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Rock Or Die 4!!! PDX Punk Edition

September 9, 2016

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Here we are again. After a bumpy start (equipment failure in the air room) we are off and running. Me and DJ F.U.’s annual Punk Rock blowout.

This year, at F.U.’s suggestion, we played nearly all Portland Punk and Hardcore.

Lots of fun. A slightly truncated show, as I edited out the bits where we were flailing around trying to get the show off the ground at the beginning.
Hope you enjoy it!

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(Hour:Min. – Artist-Track-Album)
00:00 KBOO Community Radio – ID/Promo Spots- Promo Spots


00:00 Poison Idea – AA- Record Collectors Are Pretentious Assholes
00:02 Poison Idea – Legalize Freedom- Record Collectors Are Pretentious Assholes


00:03 Set break


00:06 Neo Boys – Dirty White Lies- Sub Pop 5 cassette
00:08 Pell Mell – Spy vs Spy- Sub Pop 5 cassette (started at wrong speed. Whoops!)
00:11 The Cleavers – Bug- 10-29-79
00:14 Rancid Vat – Under My Wheels- City of Thorns (as ‘Rancid Bat’ on the cover, which is rife w/typos)
00:17 Sado-Nation – Fight Back- We’re Not Equal
00:18 Sado-Nation – Industrial Revolution- We’re Not Equal
00:20 Napalm Beach – Teen Dream- Teen Dream
00:24 Napalm Beach – All Outta Time- Pugsley Cassette
00:26 Napalm Beach – It’s Your Time- Pugsley Cassette
00:29 Wipers – Better Off Dead- Better Off Dead 7″
00:31 Wipers – Up In Flames- Better Off Dead 7″


00:33 Set break — DJ F.U.’s set #1 starts here. Hear.


00:36 Wipers – Mystery- Is This Real?
00:37 Wipers – Youth of America- Youth of America
00:48 Wipers – No One Wants An Alien- Is This Real?
00:51 Wipers – D-7- Is This Real?


00:55 Set break — I ID’d it. I did.


00:56 Dead Moon – Down the Road (Live Version)- Dead Moon: Live at Satyricon
00:59 The Obituaries – Giant Rebel- The Obituaries
01:02 The Obituaries – Time No Longer- The Obituaries
01:03 The Obituaries – No Man of Her Own- The Obituaries
01:08 Dead Moon – Johnny’s Got a Gun / Destination X (Live Version)- Dead Moon: Live at Satyricon
01:15 Poison Idea – Typical (live at KBOO studios, ’83)- Darby Crash Rides Again: The Early Years
01:18 Poison Idea – Legalize Freedom (live at KBOO studios, ’83)- Darby Crash Rides Again: The Early Years
01:20 Poison Idea – Spy (live at KBOO studios, ’83)- Darby Crash Rides Again: The Early Years


01:22 Set break — DJ F.U. back-announces forward. Rich’s set #2 starts here.


01:24 Jackals – Iron Horse- Jackals
01:26 Jackals – Psycho Billy Belinda- Jackals
01:28 Wermacht – Beer Macht- City of Thorns
01:28 Wermacht – E- City of Thorns
01:29 Oily Blood Men – Skullduggery- City of Thorns (as ‘Oily Bloody Men’ Blame Doug Moody)
01:30 Oily Blood Men – Secret Town- City of Thorns
01:31 Final Warning – I Quit- Drinking Is Great 7″
01:34 Poison Idea – Laughing Boy- Drinking Is Great 7″
01:36 E-13 – Pancreatitis- Drinking Is Great 7″
01:38 Skate Drunx – Whimps- City of Thorns
01:39 Skate Drunx – Mortician’s Boner- City of Thorns
01:40 Hazel – Tragedy- Fourteen Songs for Greg Sage and The Wipers


01:42 Set break — I back-announce backwards, then F.U. drives it home.


01:44 Agent Orange – Miserlou- Living In Darkness
01:46 Bikini Kill – Rebel Girl- The C.D. Version Of The First Two Records
01:48 Bikini Kill – Bloody Ice Cream- The C.D. Version Of The First Two Records
01:50 L7 – Questioning My Sanity- Hungry for Stink


01:53 Set break — we ended it

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Radio Lost and Found for 08/25/16

August 26, 2016

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Some newly released Delia Derbyshire and freshly reissued William S. Burroughs, some spacey music, mixing stuff live in the studio and more!

I’ve been on vacation but very busy around the house, so other than a few records which recently arrived at my doorstep, I also brought lots of stuff I had forgotten I had after cleaning up my shelves, bins, etc. Hope you enjoy the show.

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(hr:mins. Artist – Title – Album)
00:00 KBOO Community Radio – ID/Promo Spots – Promo Spots


00:01 Slade – Mama, We’re All Crazy Now – Slayed?


00:05 Set break — Intro – Background: Leonard Pennario – March of the Lunatics
00:06 The Rudy Schwartz Project – My Pal Foot Foot – They Saved Grandpa’s Gauze
00:08 Delia Derbyshire & Elsa Stansfield – Circle of Light, Pt. 1 [excerpt] – Circle of Light (Original Electronic Soundtrack Recording)
00:15 UNKNOWN – Too Old To Be Saved? – Everything is Terrible
00:23 Wayne Carlton – Elk Calls [excerpt] – Elk Bugling
00:24 Delia Derbyshire & Barry Bermange – Colours – The Dreams
00:38 William S. Burroughs – Captain Clark Welcomes You Aboard – Nothing Here Now But The Recordings — reissue
00:39 William Burroughs – The Saints Go Marching Through All The Popular Tunes – Nothing Here Now But the Recordings
00:43 William S. Burroughs – Summer Will – Nothing Here Now But The Recordings
00:44 S.P.K. – John – At The Crypt Cassette
00:49 S.P.K. – Metal Dance – Machine Age Voodoo
00:53 Scarfolk Council – Audio Control For Baby – SoundCloud
00:58 Hank Snow – Don’t Make Me Go To Bed And I’ll Be Good – When Tragedy Struck


01:01 Set break — Background: John Cameron – Half Forgotten Daydreams


1:07 The Moontrekkers – Night of the Vampire – The Emotional, Cosmic & Occult World of Joe Meek
01:09 Mike Berry & The Outlaws – Tribute to Buddy Holly – The Emotional, Cosmic & Occult World of Joe Meek
01:12 The Cosmic Gardeners – Slippering Beside – Fortune Bells and Magic Candles
01:15 The Cosmic Gardeners – Way Of Going – Fortune Bells and Magic Candles
01:18 The Space Lady – Strawberry Fields Forever – The Space Lady’s Back
01:22 The Space Lady – Radar Love – The Space Lady’s Back
01:27 The Langley Schools Music Project – Space Oddity – Innocence and Despair


01:33 Set break — Background: The String Quartet Tribute To Pixies – Where Is My Mind


01:37 The Bonzo Dog Band – The Strain – Let’s Make Up and Be Friendly
01:40 The Bonzo Dog Band – Turkeys – Let’s Make Up and Be Friendly
01:42 The Bonzo Dog Band – King Of Scurf – Let’s Make Up and Be Friendly
01:48 The Fall – Putta Block – The Rough Trade Singles
01:52 Roxy Music – Do the Strand – For Your Pleasure
01:55 Rev. Buck Naked – Drinking Bud Watching – Bob – 7”


01:57 Set break — Outro – Background: Shooby Taylor – Over The Rainbow

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Radio Lost & Found for 08/11/16

August 14, 2016

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Wobbly show, as I just started setting up and realized that I had no ability to hook my laptop – where half my show was prepared on – to the air room board – so was forced to improvise with most of the physical stuff I’d brought on record and CD.

About 2/3s through the show, Diablo- who’s on directly after me – showed my an alternate way to jack into the board, so was able to use my laptop after all. It was fun, though. I sort of like these unplanned obstacles. While it can be hair-pulling at times, it can lead to some happy accidents if one is open to it. Hopefully the show came off OK, otherwise. Someone requested an offbeat song and I played it. I know hipster DJs are supposed to be mortified by being given a request, but I honestly thought, “why the hell NOT?” But that’s just me.

Hope you enjoy the show!

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Playlist:

(hr:mins.  Artist – Title – Album)
00:00 KBOO Community Radio – ID/Promo Spots – Promo Spots


00:01 The Pretenders – Bad Boys Get Spanked – Pretenders II


00:05 Set break — Intro – Background: Leonard Pennario – March of the Lunatics


00:05 Maximum Joy – Mouse N’ Me – Station M.X.J.Y.
00:10 The Boomtown Rats – Whitehall 1212 – V Deep
00:14 Mission of Burma – Academy Fight Song – Signals, Call and Marches
00:17 The Big Boys – Spit – Skinny Elvis


00:20 Set break — Background: The Vampires’ Sound Incorporation – The Lions And The Cucumber


00:22 The United States Air Force – Recruitment PSA – Rock & Roll – Air Force Public Service 7”
00:23 Peter L. Batsin – How To Make A Tape Recorder – Cool and Strange Thrift Store Compilation
00:25 Porest – Terminal Suite – Modern Journal Of Popular Savagery
00:29 Porest – Your Vertebrae – Modern Journal Of Popular Savagery
00:31 Porest – Some Law – Modern Journal Of Popular Savagery
00:33 Porest – The Field Recording – Modern Journal Of Popular Savagery
00:38 Lovely Little Girls – Purify – Glistening Vivid Splash
00:42 Lovely Little Girls – Irresistible – Glistening Vivid Splash
00:47 The Rudy Schwartz Project – A Sandwich for Adolph – They Saved Grandpa’s Gauze
00:48 The Rudy Schwartz Project – World of Carpet Choices – They Saved Grandpa’s Gauze
00:52 The Rudy Schwartz Project – Ted Cruz’s Mouth – They Saved Grandpa’s Gauze
00:55 The Space Lady – Major Tom – The Space Lady’s Greatest Hits
01:00 United Mutation – Infinite Regression – Rainbow Person EP
01:02 United Mutation – Fat Louie – Rainbow Person EP
01:03 United Mutation – Take Your Pick – Rainbow Person EP


01:05 Set break — Station ID/Radio Biznezzz – Background: John Cameron – Half Forgotten Daydream


01:09 Alan Jefferson – Galactic Nightmare Pt. 2 – Galactic Nightmare


01:16 Set break — Weatherman Station ID – right here is where I figured out how to patch my laptop into the board.


01:17 Lee Scratch Perry – Music & Science Madness – Sherwood At The Controls Volume 2: 1985 – 1990
01:21 Bim Sherman – Haunting Ground Dub – Sherwood At The Controls Volume 2: 1985 – 1990
01:24 Dub Syndicate – Early Mafia – Sherwood At The Controls Volume 2: 1985 – 1990
01:30 Nurse With Wound – The Machinery of Hearing [excerpt – wrong speed, etc.] – Dark Fat
01:31 Kim Carnes – Betty Davis Eyes – Single version, YouTube — listener request
01:33 Century 21 – Double Power – Steamroller ’81
01:36 Nurse With Wound – The Machinery of Hearing [reprise] – Dark Fat
01:38 Everything is Terrible – The Rise and Fall of God pt. 3 – Everything is Terrible Presents: The Rise and Fall of God


01:45 Set break — Background: Moog Plays ABBA – Waterloo


01:47 Chrome – Half Machine Lip Moves – Half Machine Lip Moves
01:50 Chrome – Abstract Nymphos – Half Machine Lip Moves
01:52 Rinf – Big Bondage (Kinky Wet Sex Mix) – Sherwood At The Controls Volume 2: 1985 – 1990
01:54 Metal Urbain – Ultra Violence – Anarchy In Paris !
01:57 Starlight Children’s Chorus – Outro: E.T., I Love You – E.T., I Love You and Other Extraterrestrial Songs

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Radio Lost & Found for 07/28/16 plus bonus Not A Show

July 29, 2016

Brand new music from Porest, Sherwood At The Controls Vol. 2, some great new noise and skronk from Defibrillator and Peter Brötzmann, we say thank you to Sandy Pearlman (1943-2016), some of The Space Lady for people who weren’t attending her show a few blocks down the road, some more of the new Lovely Little Girls and The Rudy Schwartz Project, angry callers, and more!

A bonus hour of airplay, as Radio Lost and Found plugs the hole in the schedule between the DNC coverage – and Guess Who’s Coming To Radio’s Jamilah B. goes to see Weird Al Yankovic. It flew by. We assured listeners that it was not a show – that the real show was coming at 10pm. KBOO News engineer Liam D. stuck around and played a few requests for someone in the Salem State mental hospital.

People seemed to like this non-show show. They called in to ask what show this was and I would tell them not to worry ‘it’s not a show‘, which seemed to confuse them but strangely also seemed to reassure them. I don’t know. Radio’s weird. I had more fun than I have for a long time doing radio. I should take this ‘it’s not a show‘ approach more often. I had to think on my feet more in an improv way – simultaneously thinking of what was safe to play prior to FCC Safe Harbor (10pm to 6AM).

Anyway, here’s what I played:

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(hr:mins.  Artist – Title – Album)
00:00 Hank Williams Jr. – Country Boy Can Survive – YouTube
00:04 Cheap Trick – ELO Kiddies – Cheap Trick S/T


00:08 Set break — Background: Robin Workman ‎– Moog Plays ABBA


00:10 The Dictators – The Next Big Thing – Go Girl Crazy
00:15 Blue Oyster Cult – The Red and the Black – Tyranny and Mutation
00:19 The Clash – Drug Stabbing Time – Give ’em Enough Rope
00:23 The Dictators – Teengenerate – Go Girl Crazy
00:26 KBOO Community Radio – The Crowley Con-spiracy – Morning Talk Radio
00:28 Deodato – Black Dog – First Cuckoo
00:32 Century 21 – Proton – Steamroller ’81
00:34 K-Tel Records – Super Bad Radio Commercial – IDs/Intros/Bits/Clips/Skits/Outros
00:35 Isaac Hayes – Theme from Shaft – Super Bad
00:38 The Staple Singers – Respect Yourself – Super Bad
00:41 Millie Jackson – My Man, A Sweet Man – Super Bad


00:44 Set break — Background: Moog Plays ABBA – S.O.S.


00:46 The Space Lady – Across The Universe – The Space Lady / Burnt Ones Split
00:50 The Space Lady – Starman – The Space Lady / Burnt Ones Split
00:53 The Space Lady – The Next Right Thing – The Space Lady / Burnt Ones Split


00:59 KBOO Community Radio – ID/Promo Spots – Promo Spots


01:01 Laurie Anderson – Dr. Miller – You’re The Guy I Want To Share My Money With
01:02 Kristian Risvik – Dectalk Express vs Intex Talker: Argument Clinic – YouTube


01:05 Set break — Intro – Background: Leonard Pennario – March of the Lunatics


01:05 Porest – Passport Please – Modern Journal Of Popular Savagery
01:10 Porest – Worm Sum – Modern Journal Of Popular Savagery
01:12 Porest – Emerging Global Consciousness – Modern Journal Of Popular Savagery
01:14 Porest – Soapbox Cutter – Modern Journal Of Popular Savagery
01:17 Porest – Diplomat Smile – Modern Journal Of Popular Savagery


01:21 Set break — Background: John Cameron – Half Forgotten Daydream


01:23 Mark Stewart – Hypnotized (12 Mix) – Sherwood At The Controls Volume 2: 1985 – 1990
01:30 African Head Charge – Hold Some Version – Sherwood At The Controls Volume 2: 1985 – 1990
01:34 Pankow – Girls & Boys – Sherwood At The Controls Volume 2: 1985 – 1990
01:39 Wayne Carlton – Elk Calls [excerpt] – Elk Bugling
01:40 The Weatherman – DL-42 [Chopped n’ Bomb’d] – Promo Spots
01:40 Psi-Field – Slow Death [excerpt] – Perfected Perversions Cassette
01:46 Psi-Field – Baby Poison – Drastic Perversions Cassette
01:48 Lovely Little Girls – Cavernous Cryptic Structures – Glistening Vivid Splash


01:58 Set break — Background: Xiu Xiu Plays Twin Peaks


02:01 Xiu Xiu – Blue Frank / Pink Room – Plays the Music of Twin Peaks
02:04 Defibrillator & Peter Brötzmann – Fuckir – Conversations About Not Eating Meat
02:12 Defibrillator & Peter Brötzmann – Uterine Prolapse – Conversations About Not Eating Meat
02:19 Brian Routh – Shrubble – SoundCloud
02:26 The Tape Beatles – Listen To The Radio [excerpt] – A Subtle Buoyancy Of Pulse
02:28 Century 21 – Proton [excerpt/reprise] – Steamroller ’81


02:30 Set break — Background: Banda Plástica de Tepetlixpa – Hey Jude


02:32 The Rudy Schwartz Project – Moist Towelettes – They Saved Grandpa’s Gauze
02:36 The Rudy Schwartz Project – Personal Eggs – They Saved Grandpa’s Gauze
02:39 Negativland – A Big 10-8 Hyper-Edit [excerpt] – SoundCloud
02:44 Jim Larrance – God In A Linoleum Roll – cutupsound.com
02:48 Legal Weapon – Daddy’s Gone Mad – Hell Comes To Your House
02:51 Red Cross – Puss N’ Boots – Hell Comes To Your House
02:54 Zen Guerrilla – Moonage Daydream – Trance States In Tongues


02:57 Outro: Starlight Children’s Chorus – E.T., I Love You – E.T., I Love You and Other Extraterrestrial Songs