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Options February 4, 2008: In Between Hangovers

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Artist Track Album Label New Approx. start time
Electric Kulintang  Track 1   Options Dialects  Plastic  *   0:00:00 (Real)
Atlas Sound  Cold As Ice   Options Let the Blind Lead Those Who Can See But Cannot Feel  Kranky  *   0:05:38 (Real)
S.S.P.S.  Sweet Children Part 1   Options Split 7" w/ Led Er Est    *   0:09:11 (Real)
Mobile Unit  We Live in Our Own World...   Options Split 7" w/ Temperatures  Six String  *   0:15:13 (Real)
Felix Kubin und das Mineralorchester  Hollywood   Options Music for Theater and Radio Play  Dekorder  *   0:19:08 (Real)
Growing  First Contact   Options Lateral  The Social Registry  *   0:23:25 (Real)
Metabolismus  Snowy Meadows   Options The Social Club No. 7 (7")  The Social Registry  *   0:27:36 (Real)
Edda Dell'Orso / Ennio Morricone  Un Altro Mare   Options Voice  Bella Casa    0:31:15 (Real)
 
Fire On Fire  Hangman   Options Fire On Fire  Young God  *   0:43:37 (Real)
Moondog  Lullaby   Options Snaketime Series  Moondog    0:47:24 (Real)
Rings  Mom Dance   Options Black Habit  Paw Tracks  *   0:49:32 (Real)
Titus & Ross  Cycle Song   Options Titus & Ross  Fallout    0:54:25 (Real)
Keithe Lowrie Duet  Firetime   Options Second Stringers: Hatch's 2007 Marathon Premium  WFMU    0:57:10 (Real)
Tiza  Juventud   Options Papagayo! (V/A)  Toytown    1:02:10 (Real)
Jonathan Segel  I Love You   Options Honey  Magnetic  *   1:05:04 (Real)
Sons & Daughters  The Nest   Options This Gift  Domino  *   1:07:53 (Real)
 
Cyro Baptista  Frevo De Rua   Options Love the Donkey  Tzadik  *   1:20:37 (Real)
Walderez Walderia  Flavio Kurt   Options Obsession (V/A)  Bully    1:22:56 (Real)
Mahjongg  Those Birds Are Bats   Options Kontpab  K  *   1:25:32 (Real)
Hot Chip  Hold On   Options Made in the Dark  Astralwerks  *   1:28:32 (Real)
Daedelus  Press Snooze   Options Live at Low End Theory  Alpha Pup  *   1:34:52 (Real)
Agent Side Grinder  Voice of Your Noise   Options Agent Side Grinder  Enfant Terrible  *   1:38:20 (Real)
2/5 BZ  Militant Oriental   Options No Exotic  Gozel  *   1:43:03 (Real)
Ghislain Poirier  Ladies & Gentlemen   Options No Ground Under  Ninja Tune  *   1:46:39 (Real)
Augustus Pablo  Far East   Options In Fine Style  Pressure Sounds    1:49:38 (Real)
 
Esplendor Geometrico  Maria Luisa   Options Esplendor Geometrico  Vinyl On Demand    2:01:45 (Real)
Led Er Est  Fingers Curling Up   Options Split 7" w/ S.S.P.S.    *   2:13:20 (Real)
Karl's Empty Body  1464   Options Snatch Paste (V/A)  Vinyl On Demand    2:18:13 (Real)
Weltklang  Auferstanden Aus Ruinen   Options Exil-System Remixed (V/A)  Pripuzzi  *   2:21:19 (Real)
Rigas Den Andre  No Class   Options Too Low For Show 7"  Flogsta Danshall  *   2:24:18 (Real)
DJ/Rupture  Rumbo Babylon   Options Redux  Broklyn Beats  *   2:27:34 (Real)
 
Ian Helliwell  Voices Reached the People's Ears   Options Workshop of the World  Superbo  *   2:38:41 (Real)
Felix Kubin und das Mineralorchester  Fischrevue   Options Music for Theater and Radio Play  Dekorder  *   2:41:56 (Real)
Menck  Hey War Pigs   Options Hey War Pigs 7"  ActionMusik  *   2:43:52 (Real)
Mudboy  Wwhirlpool, Wwindow Liight Nightt   Options Hungry Ghosts! These Songs Are Doors  Digitalis Industries  *   2:46:59 (Real)
Black Lips  Bad Kids (edit)   Options Live at the Clermont Hotel  Rob's House  *   2:51:32 (Real)
Das Black Milk  Fatigue   Options Das Black Milk  Summerstep  *   2:53:55 (Real)
 

Listener comments!

  Mon. 2/4/08 9:32am mike:

what a great song! (metabolismus!)
  Mon. 2/4/08 9:32am fishmonkeystew:

Good morning, Liz!
  Mon. 2/4/08 9:35am jonathan:

is this morricone song from a film. i just saw grand slam with klaus kinsky this weekend. great morricone soundtrack.
  Mon. 2/4/08 9:36am Liz B.:

Yes, Jonathan this tune is from the film Dirty Angels (Vergogna Schifosi).
  Mon. 2/4/08 9:39am jonathan:

thanks.
  Mon. 2/4/08 10:13am Kosta:

Loved the Jonathan Segal / Sons & Daughters combo!
  Mon. 2/4/08 10:15am Will:

Hi Liz. What's this playing behind you?
  Mon. 2/4/08 10:18am Will:

Cheers, I can see why you wouldn't want to type all that in.
  Mon. 2/4/08 10:58am BillyJam:

hey Liz, great show today. BTW the Live at the Low End Theory guys - including D-Styles and Kevvy Kev will be in NYC at Knit Factory on March 1st @ 11PM - should be good show
  Mon. 2/4/08 11:04am hector:

Esplendor Geometrico, Spanish bizarre for the universe!
  Mon. 2/4/08 11:17am north guinea hills:

i can't get enough of esplendor geometrica... how did that gem lay hidden for so long?
  Mon. 2/4/08 11:19am Liz B.:

Esplendor Geometrico is fantastic, their song "Moscu Esta Helado" has been circulating around for a while, but this more comprehensive look at their work is really cool (and far more experimental/weird).
  Mon. 2/4/08 11:31am north guinea hills:

is this dj /rupture new?, i swear i have this on 7" i got 4 years ago....
  Mon. 2/4/08 11:33am north guinea hills:

ne'er mind me, i'm just geeking out
  Mon. 2/4/08 11:51am HotRod:

Great show, Liz! Perfect soundtrack for this morning.
  Mon. 2/4/08 11:53am Jim Evans:

Love being able to stream WFMU again at work here in Seattle. Great soundtrack to a weird Monday morning.
  Mon. 2/4/08 11:58am gerardo:

hi, liz

i'm back at last - after weeks listening to the shows in archive form (sending e-mail soon)

((i noticed you played Tiza's "Juventud" - what does the compilation say about them?. Because they were a Chilean band formed in the early 70's, during the Unidad popular period...))
  Mon. 2/4/08 11:59am Michael Sumner:

Ian Helliwell’s “Voices Reached the People's Ears” is pretty much a quick-n-easy pop copy of John Cage’s (then) radical and amazingly difficult to construct tape piece “Variations IV” (1964). Excerpts can be heard on Everest LP 3132.
  Tue. 2/19/08 8:56am Ian Helliwell:

There was nothing quick and easy about my tape piece Voices Reached... It was assembled over several months on 4 track cassette which is argueably more difficult to manipulate than the open reel tape Cage would have used. I hadn`t heard his piece then (in the early 1990s) and believe now the connection between the 2 compositions is tenuous. His purely chance recordings captured with a network of microphones to create a musical 'happening', are quite different from my techniques or intentions. I should also point out that the Cage piece came several decades after Walter Ruttman`s 'Weekend' which unlike the Cage, truly was radical and difficult to construct (using 35mm film circa 1930).
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