Options Brian Turner: Playlist from October 27, 2009 Options

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.

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Options October 27, 2009

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New Approx. start time
Bronze  One Night In Mexico   Options 7"  Hex Grammofoonplaten    *   0:00:00 ()
Plastic Crimewave Sound  Bad Politics   Options 7"  HoZac    *   0:05:21 ()
Teezar  Rocker Queen   Options Backstage Pass        0:06:05 ()
Mammal  Repulsion   Options Lonesome Drifter  Animal DIsguise      0:10:27 ()
Earth  LIke Gold and Faceted   Options 2  Sub Pop      0:19:39 ()
Magic Aum Gigi  Inventions for Electric Jew's Harp   Options Magic Aum Gigi Starring Keiko  Fractal      0:27:20 ()
Josh Lay  Behind the Mask   Options True Mask  Small Doses    *   0:30:25 ()
The Relatives  This World Is Moving Too Fast   Options Don't Let Me Fall  Heavy Light      0:36:44 ()
Circuit Rider  Just For Today   Options Just For Today        0:40:25 ()
Nu Sounds (Sun Ra)  Africa   Options Interplanetary Melodies: Doo Wop From Saturn and Beyond Vol. 1  Norton      0:48:15 ()
Piero Heliczer  Orinthology for Love Cyclops   Options You Coul(d) Hear the Snow Dripping and Falling Into the Deer's Mouth        0:53:24 ()
Michel Polnareff  Computer's Dream   Options Polnareff's  Semi-Meridian      0:57:13 ()
Lafi  I'm Not Sayin'   Options All Out War      *   1:01:11 ()
The Procedure Club  Dictionary of Psychology   Options It's Only Fair      *   1:04:13 ()
Plagal Grind  Live   Options Dunedin Sound Fest 2000 (b'cast KFJC then WFMU in 2001)        1:07:41 ()
Prince Rama of Ayodhya  Haunted Aquarius   Options Split 7" w/Kegs of Acid    Rama's gear and merch got stolen in Philly and they've ended tour. Please help these great people get back on track.    1:12:27 ()
Little Stevie McCabe  Sweat It Out   Options Sweat It Out    Steve & the Axemen will be here on the show live November 24th    1:24:42 ()
The Patterns  The Bishop   Options Various: Messthetics #107  Hyped 2 Death    *   1:26:20 ()
Psychedelic Horseshit  Endless Fascination   Options Too Many Hits  Columbus Discount    *   1:30:28 ()
Sparks  Amatueur Hour (live)   Options Kimono My House  Universal      1:34:31 ()
Gay Beast  Sm Head, Lg Torso, Crushing Grip / Whitewash   Options 7"  Gilgongo    *   1:38:11 ()
Maryanne Amarcher  Synaptic Island   Options Sound Characters  Tzadik  Nice remembrance.    1:52:28 ()
Nicolas Collins  The Spark Heard Round the World   Options Devil's Music  EM    *   1:59:52 ()
Bernard Heidsieck  Ravaillac Tu Connais?   Options Various: Poesia Sonora  Recorthings      2:10:05 ()
Charles Amirkhanian  Dutiful Ducks   Options Lexical Music  Arch      2:08:24 ()
Mark McGuire  Extended Forecast   Options A Pocket Full of Rain  Wagon    *   2:08:52 ()
Tropa Macaca  Semba De Fevereiro   Options Sensacao do Principio  Siltbreeze    *   2:15:58 ()
Katey Red  Are Ya La Losin Ya Mind   Options Various: Straight Gutta: Next Generation of New Orleans Bounce        2:30:09 ()
King Cannibal  Dirt   Options Let the Night Roar  Ninja Tune    *   2:34:14 ()
The Bureau de Change  Cool   Options The Future of Boy Bands  D-Trash    *   2:38:46 ()
Alika y Nueva Alianza  Para Bailar Cumbia (El Hijo de La Cumbia Remix)   Options Various: Sonido Martines Presenta: Nueva Cumbia Argentina  Soot    *   2:40:53 ()
Wire  Reuters   Options Pink Flag  Enigma      2:43:31 ()
Sharp Ends  Ghosts of Chance   Options 7"  HoZac    *   2:46:46 ()
Oneohtrix Point Never  Woe is the Transgression II   Options Rifts  No Fun    *   2:55:57 ()

Listener comments!

  Tue. 10/27/09 3:44pm Cecile:

Brian! You have comments.
This is a great tune.
  Tue. 10/27/09 3:46pm shucks:

I love it!
  Tue. 10/27/09 3:46pm SiHV:

A comment on Brian's page. Yeah!
  Tue. 10/27/09 3:47pm dc pat:

  Tue. 10/27/09 3:47pm David:

This is new. I like it.
  Tue. 10/27/09 3:47pm a:

that song was like Hurricane
  Tue. 10/27/09 3:48pm Barney:

thanks for the jews harp. earth 2 helped me through a 14 hr plane trip last week.
  Tue. 10/27/09 3:48pm Tomutonttu:

Hey Brian! This world is indeed moving too fast. But I like it.
  Tue. 10/27/09 3:49pm Kat:

yeah, Hurricane, or Sultans of Swing
  Tue. 10/27/09 3:50pm !!!:

This show is awesome.
  Tue. 10/27/09 3:50pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

I knew Brian would get on the bandwagon sooner or later! It's just too much fun!
  Tue. 10/27/09 3:57pm Kaspar:

this is working well with the dude downstairs playing his newly fixed amp
  Tue. 10/27/09 4:00pm Lovich:

Waiting For the D Train... great terrible show!
  Tue. 10/27/09 4:02pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

I think if my computer were to dream, it wouldn't sound quite so phunky phresh.
  Tue. 10/27/09 4:07pm Carmichael:

Hiya, Brian. Long time listener, first time poster. I hope you'll enjoy interactive radio and not pooh-pooh it like some of your radio pals.
  Tue. 10/27/09 4:11pm Mark:

Brian with a comments page open? I'm ...speechless.

Loved the Sun Ra track.
  Tue. 10/27/09 4:11pm BT:

Hi C -- thanks... not so much a poo-pooer as just didnt have the concentration factor to interact and keep the balls in the air --- not to mention those difficult math questions they expect you to solve when clearing comments. we'll see how it goes. Look, I'm chatty cathy already.
  Tue. 10/27/09 4:13pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

WFMU's new slogan--our programmers keep their balls in the air.
  Tue. 10/27/09 4:14pm still b/p:

Like finally and inevitably, like, submitting to, like, the dictates of the commentern....like.
  Tue. 10/27/09 4:16pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Prince Rama blew me away last month when I saw them in a little coffee shop in Cleveland. i got to shake a rain stick all night!
  Tue. 10/27/09 4:19pm Cheri Pi:

Come on people, click on Prince Rama of Ayodhya's paypal link and donate, I just did. Together WFMU listeners can get them back on tour. Every $ makes a difference.
  Tue. 10/27/09 4:20pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

wow, that's HORRIBLE! I am going to pass this around to everyone who was at the show. I love those guys.
  Tue. 10/27/09 4:26pm Cecile:

they were strange and rough and beautiful.
Freak folk before that existed
  Tue. 10/27/09 4:29pm Kaspar:

I thought Charles Manson was to blame for freak folk
  Tue. 10/27/09 4:31pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Must be the season--I heard a Manson tune earlier today as well as a Bobby Beusoliel (Manson associate) tune. Hail Satan!
  Tue. 10/27/09 4:32pm Cecile:

I guess I'm talking about before the current wave of bands of that ilk. And with the Axemen, even though there would be group singing, I never got the feeling they were moving as a kind of blissed out zombie army or anything like that.
  Tue. 10/27/09 4:37pm osvi:

Ah, Tuesday...Lunch time with a carne asada burrito and Brian Turner supplying the beats. Perfect! Hey, speaking of the Axemen, I'm checking out TNV, Axemen and the Ganglians in Sactown tonight. Looking forward to it...Later
  Tue. 10/27/09 4:37pm Liz B.:

You read my mind, I needed some Sparks this week! Thanks BT!
  Tue. 10/27/09 4:38pm Coralie:

  Tue. 10/27/09 4:38pm Carmichael:

Brian, you just earned yourself a gold star in My Favorite WFMU DJ book with this song choice!
  Tue. 10/27/09 4:40pm postmanpaul:

i love sparks to itsy bitsy little bitsy bits. true.
  Tue. 10/27/09 4:43pm Cecile:

gay beast - minneapolis in the house.
  Tue. 10/27/09 4:43pm Glenn L:

Dymaxion covers! Now were talking!
  Tue. 10/27/09 4:47pm Parq:

Whoa, I just brought up the palylist to see who did that live Brit track (Sparks, as it turns out) and noticed that Brian is comment-enabled. On behalf of all the regulars, I pledge that we will exercise this great power with great responsibility.
  Tue. 10/27/09 4:54pm Carmichael:

Parq, you forgot the "with impunity" part.
  Tue. 10/27/09 4:56pm postmanpaul:

hi brian - loving the show an hour early now that british summer time [bst] has officially ended and we enter ye olde time warp that is greenwich mean time [gmt]
the clocks have gone backwards... or is it forwards, no backwards.
we alter the clocks to allow the mornings to lighten up earlier so that children in scotland do not bump into farm tractors on their way to school.
  Tue. 10/27/09 4:57pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

do the British actually have "summer"? I thought it was all one blurry gray streak over there.
  Tue. 10/27/09 5:02pm Mark:

This Maryanne Amarcher track is very difficult...
  Tue. 10/27/09 5:04pm Carmichael:

In Ireland we had the Pasty People Parade, where everyone wears shorts and no shirt on the one warm day of summer. It's quite a sight to behold.
  Tue. 10/27/09 5:12pm Ralph Wiggum:

Mmm paste...
  Tue. 10/27/09 5:13pm postmanpaul:

dce - true we are blurry gray and streaky wee rough tweedy-wearing folk, grateful for small mercies...and yet we are 'strange and rough and beautiful'.
  Tue. 10/27/09 5:14pm Parq:

Carm, I was in Galway once when the temp hit 30 Cel. (approx 90F), and Irish folk enjoyed the phenom of U.S. tourists complaining that it was too hot in Ireland.
  Tue. 10/27/09 5:26pm liisa:

brian - this is HUGE. comments. wow. dandy.
  Tue. 10/27/09 5:26pm postmanpaul:

carm - i'm fascinated by the 'Pasty People Parade' parade. particularly as i've just goo guld and discovered it involves nudist activists! please tell me not to believe me eyes.
  Tue. 10/27/09 5:31pm Bad Ronald:

PMP - That's "Pastie" like "pasties and a G-string"...
  Tue. 10/27/09 5:35pm anne:

wow crazy song, i like
  Tue. 10/27/09 5:35pm Teo:

am sure brian's happy his 1st comments day devolved into blah blah panty talk like every other show.
  Tue. 10/27/09 5:36pm corn-ish deelite:

pasties? Surely a delightfull cornish snack with vegetables and meat encesed in pastry.
  Tue. 10/27/09 5:37pm Bad Ronald:

Devolved?!? I take umbrage...
  Tue. 10/27/09 5:37pm Cecile:

Yes! I love those. Have some in my freezer from Upper Michigan. The American version, which is a steroidized version of the UK treat.
  Tue. 10/27/09 5:39pm Ashok:

Astonishng show! Great! I'm loving this Cannibal biz.
  Tue. 10/27/09 5:45pm Cecile:

where is a good site to order/find music like this nueva cumbia?
  Tue. 10/27/09 5:48pm BT:

  Tue. 10/27/09 5:51pm Cecile:

thanks, Brian.
  Tue. 10/27/09 5:52pm Carmichael:

Putumayo World Records is pretty good in general. They have lots of compilations that give a good overview, and they're inexpensive.
  Tue. 10/27/09 5:52pm postmanpaul:

bad ronald - i find your elucidation far more mouthwatering
  Tue. 10/27/09 5:53pm Ike:

I don't like a lot of cumbia but that Alika y Nueva Alianza track was pretty cool. Also, Wire Wire Wire Wire Wire Wire Wire Wire. Wire? Wire. And Sharp Ends. Nice.
  Tue. 10/27/09 5:54pm Bad Ronald:

  Tue. 10/27/09 5:55pm Bad Ronald:

Nice one PMP!
  Tue. 10/27/09 5:55pm Carmichael:

PMP, I believe that's why sunglasses were invented. The sun gleaming off of bluish white skin.
  Tue. 10/27/09 5:58pm postmanpaul:

a very well ball balanced show brian!
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