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Order and disorder in a freeform haze of terribly-played guitars, shorted-out electronics, found audio detritus, strange sounds from strange lands all around. Psych-punk-junk, collage, even pop. Lots of in-studio live performances to boot.

Tuesdays 3 - 6pm (EST) | On WFMU | 91.1, 90.1, 91.9 FM & wfmu.org
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Tuesday, January 31st, 3pm - 6pm: Mark Stewart
An in-depth, spirited chat with the one and only Mark Stewart on Brian's program today. The Pop Group blasted right through the stylized cosmetics bogging down the Punk movement in 1978 by blurring the boundaries between funk, dub, free jazz, and more, with anarchic music and proactive politics, all in the purest of DIY sensibilities. After their disbanding in 1981 Stewart chased down his dub-leaning muse with assorted projects with Adrian Sherwood's On-U Sound crew, and his own Maffia, all the while cementing his influence in countless musicians in his wake from The Birthday Party to Massive Attack. The Pop Group returned in 2010 and have just released a brand new album Honeymoon On Mars, working with legendary producer Dennis Bovell for the first time since their debut album. Tune in!

Tuesday, February 7th, 3pm - 6pm: Alan Bishop & Robert Millis
While one mere program is not nearly ample time to dig in to the collections of these two fellows, we'll be checking out the guest DJ sounds of Alan Bishop and Rob Millis as they visit Brian's show today from 4-6pm. Alan, returning for a second visit to the show, rightfully owns several feet of WFMU's library stacks with his work in the Sun City Girls, and solo as Alvarius B and Uncle Jim. On top of that, he's the co-founder of the Sublime Frequencies imprint, which has documented esoteric sounds from around the world with focus on Southeast Asia, the Middle East, North and West Africa. Millis has produced work for Sublime Frequencies including Indian Talking Machine, a 300-page book and CD anthology of his excavation of 78s from the Subcontinent. He's also a producer and co-founder of the Climax Golden Twins. Both their work and shared discoveries have burned into WFMU's collective DNA for decades, we're extremely excited to have them out to the station today and hear what's in their bag. Alvarius B also performs at Union Pool in Brooklyn February 4 and 5, Bishop will also DJ at BAM Cafe on February 3rd (free).

Playlists from 2000 Nov 14th, 2000 show features live set from the ACID MOTHERS TEMPLE
Playlists from 1999
Playlists from 1998
Playlists from 1997

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