Doug Gillard and His Combo make the season-ending Pseu's Thing With A Hook a very special evening, with soaring pop tunes and lickety-split guitar magic! Live and loud from September 30, 2005.
Crispin Glover blows our minds, assuring that Pseu will die happy, stopping by to help her raise money for WFMU's 2005 Marathon.
Laibach cutie Ivan Novak gives us some serious hot phone action from Eastern Europe in lieu of an aborted NYC tour date. From October 28, 2004
Bringing it all back home again
with The Brian Jonestown Massacre, live set and interview
with Anton Newcombe from October 24, 2003
and founder of the Ardent and Lucky Seven labels Terry Manning
with Max Wisley and Bill Phillips of
power-pop pioneers Cargoe discuss early Memphis rock,
Big Star and Chris Bell and more...from October 10, 2003.
with Alan Vega and Marty Rev of Suicide November
pop outfit The Shins dropped by June 29, 2001
from the Museum of Television and Radio in NYC for the world premiere
of the Guided By Voices album Isolation Drills
featuring guitarist Doug Gillard and drummer Jon McCann.
From March 2, 2001
recording artist Dan Bryk drops by the studio to play his keyboard
and perform a little Canadian karaoke. From January 19, 2001
On! Kim Fowley's only-ever American radio interview and career
retrospective (his way, of course) from July 8, 2000
Gillard Appreciation Show. The best thing to happen to a Les Paul
guitar and Guided by Voices hangs out for a day. From May 15,