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Options December 1, 2008: Bay Area Expats: Live music from Xiu Xiu

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(* = new, *** = special)

Artist Track Album Label New / Special Approx. start time
Mi Ami  Side B   Options Ark of the Covenant  Lovers Rock  *   0:00:00 ()
Sun Araw  Side B   Options Boat Trip  Woodsist  *   0:07:01 ()
El-G  Tim Et Henri   Options Tout Ploie  Kraak  *   0:16:09 ()
Bardo Pond  Lord of Light   Options Split 7" w/ Kinski  Trensmat  *   0:19:59 ()
People Like Us & Ergo Phizmiz  In the Waking   Options Withers in the Waking 7"  Touch  *   0:26:33 ()
Stereolab  Side B   Options Spool of Collusion 7"  4AD  *   0:32:28 ()
 
Spherical Objects  Born to Pay   Options Past and Parcel  Object    0:43:58 ()
The Lines  Blow a Kiss   Options Flood Bank  Acute    0:46:11 ()
Bernibas Milicija  Vajiba   Options Nakti Gulot Uz Muguras  Tornis  *   0:49:01 ()
Plankton Wat  Sunrise on Tall Trees   Options Crystal Wizard  Stunned  *   0:51:33 ()
Herman Dune  Next Year in Zion   Options Next Year in Zion  Everloving  *   0:54:27 ()
Belle and Sebastian  Judy and the Dream of Horses   Options The BBC Sessions  Matador    0:57:25 ()
Susanna  Don't Come Around Here No More   Options Flower of Evil  Rune Grammofon  *   1:01:08 ()
 
Yussuf Jerusalem  Greetings from Novi Sad   Options A Heart Full of Sorrow  Florida's Dying  *   1:13:08 ()
Nodzzz  Highay Memorial Shrine   Options Nodzzz  What's Your Rupture?  *   1:16:14 ()
Wounded Lion  Carol Cloud   Options Carol Cloud 7"  S-S  *   1:17:50 ()
Golden Triangle  Red Coats   Options Golden Triangle    *   1:20:09 ()
The Clean  In Love With These Times   Options Yeti Six (V/A)  Yeti  *   1:22:59 ()
Black Time  Link Wray   Options Girls in the Garage 7"  Bancroft  *   1:25:14 ()
Static Static  Nervous Converter   Options Nervous Converter 7"  13 o'clock  *   1:26:52 ()
A.H. Kraken  Je Suis Ton Marecage   Options Gianna Michaels 7"  Sweet Rot  *   1:30:51 ()
Yoke & Yohs  Zombie Attack   Options The Myth of the Totem  Yoyooyoy  *   1:33:04 ()
The Assdroids  Poking Grandma with a Stick   Options Daddy's Gone  Cock Rock Disco  *   1:35:57 ()
Ponytail  Start a Corporation   Options Kamehameha  Creative Capitalism  *   1:38:00 ()
 
 
Xiu Xiu live on WFMU! Engineered by Richard Rusincovitch.
Xiu Xiu  Nofriend Oh   Options Live on WFMU      1:53:20 ()
Xiu Xiu  Hello from Eau Claire   Options Live on WFMU      1:57:02 ()
Xiu Xiu  The Leash   Options Live on WFMU      2:00:05 ()
Xiu Xiu  F.T.W.   Options Live on WFMU      2:02:23 ()
Xiu Xiu  Bunny Gamer   Options Live on WFMU      2:06:08 ()
Xiu Xiu  Fabulous Muscles   Options Live on WFMU      2:08:47 ()
 
Private Entertainment  He's Dancing in my Belly   Options Four Tracks 7"  White Denim  *   2:30:15 ()
English Subtitles  Dance   Options Original DIalogue  Glass    2:33:27 ()
Mahjongg  Free Groove Rider   Options Free Groove Rider 7"  K  *   2:37:48 ()
Eric Copeland  Reptilian Space Beings Shapeshifting Bloodsucking Vampires / Everybody's Libido   Options Alien in a Garbage Dump  Paw Tracks  *   2:40:22 ()
Dan Deacon  Mark Brown / Crank It / Shoe Faces / Elf Wire / Silver Bells   Options Split 7" w/ Future Islands  307 Knox  *   2:43:43 ()
Various  Wiggle Your Finger and Put it on Your Nose   Options Collecting Tin-Foil In A Stuffed Shirt (V/A)  Breaking World    2:49:46 ()
Judy Jaeger  Side A   Options Silver on Silver Sound  Speed 33 1/3  *   2:51:03 ()

Listener comments!

  Mon. 12/1/08 12:02pm dc pat:

first! woo!
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:04pm cosmic:

yaaaarrr!
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:05pm Sean Daily:

Third! Woo hoo!
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:09pm cosmic:

hey, i cant listen. i went to sheffield last week and left my earphones there. now im sat in an educational facility and i need em to listen. :( if im not carefull ill end up doing some work
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:12pm Liz B.:

Hi everyone, what was the best thing you ate this weekend? This is music for digesting food.
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:13pm annie:

clam dip!!! with fresh crocodile bread.
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:13pm stingy d:

mashed potatoes with turnips and brussell sprouts, my favorite combo on turkey earth.
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:14pm scott:

Cracklins!
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:14pm dc pat:

veggie T-day puff pockets. but potatoes w/ turnips and b sprouts sounds damn good. How do you make that?
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:18pm doh:

pumpkin cheesecake. hands down the most delicious thing i've tasted in weeks.
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:20pm Liz B.:

Homemade cranberry sauce, candied sweet potatoes, pecan pie...
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:20pm Parq:

My wife's old family recipe calls for the bird to be stuffed with ground meat, sausage, green olives and a tomato sauce with herbs. Can't beat that with a tire iron.
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:20pm dc pat:

also Kasteel Rouge..belgian beer.
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:21pm annie:

parq, i'm movin in....
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:22pm tombom:

i love this sort of music. bardo pond are amazing.
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:23pm IntangibleArts:

aah, a hawkwind cover that doesn't suck. it SHALL be a good day.
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:24pm GP:

Liz this Bardo Pond song is just what I needed.

Scott, you must be a fellow Southerner.

Pumpkin Pie Cheesecake also for me. Wish I had some left over.
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:25pm Swami:

Space Needle!
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:25pm annie:

i missed any big family dinner this year. i would love to have a heavy helping of leftover fried dressing and mashed potatoes topped with two over medium eggs.. my fave tradition...
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:27pm marionfrenchie:

had my first best thanksgiving party, a franco-american one, with all kinds of yummy homemade thanksgiving dishes brought by every american expat' guest. pumpkin pie, turckey with yummy stuffing, cranberry sauce, candies sweet potatoes, apple pie, green beans in its cream and mushroom sauce... memorable.
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:28pm stingy d:

aso had a taste testing of 10 or 15 different ice cream's from here: http://jenisicecreams.com/
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:28pm annie:

norman rockwell eh!!
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:28pm marionfrenchie:

although it's still difficult for me to appreciate pumpkin pie!!!
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:30pm stingy d:

Salty Caramel, Honey Vanilla Bean, Queen City Cayenne , Black Coffee, Ohio Heirloom Pumpkin and Mascarpone, Buttercream Chocolate Freckles, Crème Fraîche with Amarena Cherries, and Riesling Poached Pear Sorbet... maybe more dunrememba
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:32pm dc pat:

sounds good annie. i'm going to try that next year. I had some killer brew from here:
http://www.abcbrew.com/index_flash.htm
Most notably Chocolate Cherry Porter, YUM!
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:33pm annie:

what recession!????!!seems we all ate pretty damn well..
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:33pm stingy d:

creme fraiche with amarena cherries was easily the best ice cream my life ever had.
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:33pm dc pat:

I like when Vikki and Ergo sing.
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:34pm Doug from DC:

Not much traditional food for me this Thanksgiving. But I had some cool Sudanese chicken, the four-flavor bowl from Pho Cyclo (best banh bowl ever), and a bunch of Indian buffet.
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:35pm marionfrenchie:

@annie- except everyone is now gonna be on a strict pasta diet until christmas!
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:36pm dc pat:

I was just thinking of what lunch I can buy for $5
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:36pm paw:

ahh can't wait for xiu xiu

XD
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:36pm Ike:

Wow, Sudanese chicken? Doug, I take it you've been perusing Tyler Cowen's restaurant guide.

My mom makes awesome cranberry sauce. Plus I brought her some very spicy Sichuan dried beef from Queens. She loves Sichuan peppercorns.
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:37pm annie:

personally, i'm gonna try and wrangle an invite to a big bash and eat for three days with copious bottles of wine.. my latest fave being malbec
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:38pm Doug from DC:

A friend introduced me to El Khartoum Sudanese restaurant in Adams Morgan. No hope for dieting until the holidays are over. Better start working it off.
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:41pm Ike:

Also, that Sun Araw track blew my mind away. And I've never heard Vicki sing before. That was cool.

Marion Frenchie is right -- pasta and rice may rule most of December.

Doug (and others in D.C.), check this out:
http://tiny.cc/nmSGH
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:42pm IntangibleArts:

Doug; Thanks for that; must dig me some El Khartoum!
--ia/bsi
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:42pm stingy d:

hey liz - are you a chicago based guitarist or a maker of art-quilts?
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:45pm GP:

Stingy..maybe she is BOTH...whoah!
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:45pm Liz B.:

Singy, you found my evil name twins on the internets!
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:46pm Liz B.:

I must admit, I am very much tempted to purchase a Liz Berg Band t-shirt on cafe press...
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:46pm Doug from DC:

Thanks, Ike. Taking a quick look, I've eaten at a lot of these places, but there are some really interesting ones here I haven't heard of.
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:49pm dc pat:

dc peops: you've all been to Amsterdam Falafal house right? It's pretty amazing but they need plates.
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:49pm Doug from DC:

Liz, there's a novelist too.
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:52pm Doug from DC:

I've been to Amsterdam Falafel, but it was around 2 or 3am and my memories of it are kind of vague. A friend and I are still looking for the best Falafel in DC. 24/7 isn't bad, and El Khartoum's is good too.
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:54pm Liz B.:

Ha ha, yes, my novelist name twin made it to Oprah's book club! Victory is ours, Liz Bergs unite!
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:55pm stingy d:

i have a name doppleganger actually dozens... but this guy is trying to defmae me with his weak version of socilaite-ism:
http://tinyurl.com/mestingyyou
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:55pm dc pat:

well Amsterdam is close to the best--really good w/ that huge bar of fixin's. The fries are amazing too....but they need plates. I like Astor's pizza too in AdMorg--not for the pizza but all the other Egyptian-oriented food.
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:57pm Bad Ronald:

This Dune tune is nice...
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:57pm marionfrenchie:

woo! saw Herman Dune live thursday night!!! it was a nice show, but I miss the music they played when the other brother was part of the band.
  Mon. 12/1/08 12:58pm annie:

i have him friended on facebook..
  Mon. 12/1/08 1:01pm Parq:

Next year in Shaker Heights!
  Mon. 12/1/08 1:01pm marionfrenchie:

whom? the rebellious Dune? if so, could you remind me of his new name? I hear his solo music is pretty good.
  Mon. 12/1/08 1:02pm annie:

yaya herman dune
  Mon. 12/1/08 1:05pm Doug in DC:

Does anyone have the scoop on Conrad Schnitzler at No Fun Fest in January? Is he making an appearance or is someone performing in his place?
  Mon. 12/1/08 1:05pm marionfrenchie:

that's the brother still in the band. He is quite the character.
  Mon. 12/1/08 1:06pm Paul B:

Liz, If you have it - could you please play the Cobra Verde version of "Never my Love.'
  Mon. 12/1/08 1:09pm marionfrenchie:

found it!!! André Herman Dune, aka Stanley Brinks. here is the myspace link: http://www.myspace.com/therealstanleybrinks
  Mon. 12/1/08 1:11pm Doug in DC:

Sorry, No Fun is in May, tickets go on sale in January.
  Mon. 12/1/08 1:11pm GP:

Stingy, I though I was the only one who read that rag, One of my cousins put me on the email list for it and now I get it once a week.

You think that is bad, my double in name only is a drag preformer in Vegas!
  Mon. 12/1/08 1:12pm john:

My name is too common, there are bajillions of us, even if several of them are me.
  Mon. 12/1/08 1:13pm pat radio:

My most prominent name twin is the Pat Leonard who produced a whole bunch of records, Madonna among them.
  Mon. 12/1/08 1:14pm dc pat:

my name twins are a bunch of freakin nerds and an English soccer player.
  Mon. 12/1/08 1:16pm Liz B.:

GP wins! A drag performer in Vegas just about trumps all name twins.
  Mon. 12/1/08 1:16pm jamie:

I have an ex-NBA player, an ex-soccer player (who I am constantly getting facebooked to see if I am this person, at least before I had my real pic up.A professional golfer in my same town. Apparently all athletic ability went to all these other Jamies.
  Mon. 12/1/08 1:17pm stingy d:

haha your name is feick. i know too much about the nba it gets weird and frightening. especially if you are jamie feick.
  Mon. 12/1/08 1:17pm annie:

i'm a jazz singer in new york city..
  Mon. 12/1/08 1:19pm Jeff Mulllan:

I can teach you about your psychic abilities at my website.
And if you count Geoff Mullen, i make music too
  Mon. 12/1/08 1:22pm jamie:

Nope, stingy d. Here's another hint, in the 90's my namesake was in the slamdunk contest. I wish I had that PA announcement as a ringtone
  Mon. 12/1/08 1:24pm stingy d:

i guess my basketball knowledge is limited... i could've sworn you played for the nets around then. you must have last 3 years in the league - maybe less
  Mon. 12/1/08 1:24pm dc pat:

I love it when Liz B starts playing stupid music. I feel like she's playing tunes for me personally..
  Mon. 12/1/08 1:24pm detroitdave:

Hey, thre's only 1 of me and it IS me...........hmmmm...??
  Mon. 12/1/08 1:25pm GP:

Yea Liz, I should go a Liza next Hallowee, just so he does not get all the credit!
A buddy of mine also used my name as his "on-air" personality for doing the morning commuter traffic reports from the news chopper.
  Mon. 12/1/08 1:38pm Parq:

GP wins again? He won on Benjamin's show too. You are sweeping the field, son.
  Mon. 12/1/08 1:38pm Doug from DC:

Cool, back to the 7" records. I found some great ones this weekend: Tunnelvision's "Watching the Hydroplanes" on clear vinyl (FAC 39) and The Raincoats cover of "Running Away" b/w "No One's Little Girl."
  Mon. 12/1/08 1:39pm dlp:

wow, belle and sebastian to the assdroids. keep the hits rollin'!
  Mon. 12/1/08 1:40pm GP:

Parq...Silver medal so far...must go for gold. ha ha.
Must have had a good weekend ; )
  Mon. 12/1/08 1:42pm dc pat:

jeezus H. keerist! What a set!
  Mon. 12/1/08 1:42pm Parq:

GP, if you win on Irene's show, you'll have a hat trick. Btw, there is another "Parqbench" (full moniker). He posts to gamer chat-boards.
  Mon. 12/1/08 1:46pm GP:

Liz, you said S A S Q R O T C H ! he he he
  Mon. 12/1/08 1:49pm mihran:

ooh la la, what is this here bed music?
  Mon. 12/1/08 1:59pm elvie:

i hope this live set is going to be available as a download...
  Mon. 12/1/08 2:04pm Liz B.:

I hope so, too, Elvie!
  Mon. 12/1/08 2:13pm Jason:

Yeah this set is INTENSELY awesome
  Mon. 12/1/08 2:16pm Chris C:

wowy kazowy. that was amazing.
  Mon. 12/1/08 2:20pm t:

is one of the band's mics not workin?
  Mon. 12/1/08 2:20pm dc pat:

best things about north carolina are Asheville and the mountains near by, and the waves on the other side of the state.
  Mon. 12/1/08 2:25pm Jeff M:

If those snarky musicians want some tasty Mexican food (and happen to be in JC some day other than Monday), there's always Taqueria Downtown. Not a burrito joint per se, explicitly a taco joint. And closed Monday.

http://www.allmenus.com/menus/55287/Taqueria-Downtown
  Mon. 12/1/08 2:28pm Jeff M:

NC: pine trees. Sincere hippies selling crafts at the Eno River festival.
  Mon. 12/1/08 2:41pm Jason:

i'd like to go to a party with 1000s of people dancing to this mahjongg song on repeat
  Mon. 12/1/08 2:48pm Jeff M:

This is almost Nick the Bard.
  Mon. 12/1/08 2:49pm dc pat:

I'd like to go to a party w/ 10's of people dancing to Shoe Faces
  Mon. 12/1/08 2:49pm stingy d:

thats how dan deacon shows go
  Mon. 12/1/08 2:50pm Jason:

wait but not a dan deacon show
  Mon. 12/1/08 2:53pm stingy d:

the only show people always dance at is a dan deacon show. every other show people do this hard standing thing.
  Mon. 12/1/08 2:54pm GP:

Sing it Liz!
  Mon. 12/1/08 8:25pm partner of the brown-nosed tombgoon's apprentice:

(i'm have school so i cant participate in playlist commenting in an expedient time. i'm sure no one reads this after the fact...)
you're an inspiration to us all. that we should all carry on. freely. and with little remorse.
i havent got to the xiu xiu part yet. that'll be exciting. bye.
  Mon. 12/1/08 8:44pm gargamel pookie norfleet:

have you ever thought of joining your name into one name? hmmm, Lizberg, have you? it would be so Vienese! this would be your middle name, by which your biopic would be named. (that's what they call biography movies?) Alessandrealouisa Lizberg Muthrushesvaszstille.
"Lizberg: portrait of a genius"
you could play a Baroque period turntablist in the big booty dress like they wore. kiera knightly would play your best friend who is a way-before-her-time go-go dancer. have you seen wave twisters? you could have a victrola wristwatch!

dude, you could have a victrola wristwatch.
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