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WFMU's Summer 2009 Program Schedule
June 22, 2009 - October 12, 2009


- MONDAY -

6 AM - 9 AM (Web-only)
Options Mike L. (e-mail)
Freeform radio with a predilection for planet shattering beats, rumbling guitars, bit mappy electronics, hash hazy strumming, and other related sonics for cultured and urbane criminal types. Please direct all complaints to the attention of our North Bergen office.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | Homepage | All bands and artists played by Mike L. since January 2002
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Sample show from March 23, 2009 ("Ashes to Ashes") : | Playlist

9 AM - Noon
Options Benjamen Walker (e-mail)
A weekly meditation on Who did it, What it is, Where is it at, When it is going down, Why is it not working and How it should be. Add your comments to the playlists in real time or post game.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | All bands and artists played by Benjamen Walker since January 2002
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Noon - 3 PM
Options Liz Berg (e-mail)
Fist-pumping, air-drumming freeform mayhem. Caffeinated rock, experimental pop, oddball beats, and novelties.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | All bands and artists played by Liz Berg since January 2002
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Sample show from August 30, 2010 ("Loco 4 my Loko") : | Playlist

3 PM - 5 PM
Options Irene Trudel (e-mail)
The lazy calm at the week's start. A few live performances included, but mainly music with an ear tilted toward string-driven things.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | Homepage | All bands and artists played by Irene Trudel since January 2002
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Sample show from February 17, 2014 ("Strings of musical things, with Dom La Nena live") : | Playlist

5 PM - 6 PM
Options The Acousmatic Theater Hour with Jason G (e-mail) and Karinne (e-mail)
Radio plays. Found audio. Call-in community theater, inside jokes and outsider art. Spoken word and sonic weirdness. For one hour every week, the Acousmatic Hour brings you theater -- OF THE MIND!!
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | All bands and artists played by Jason G and Karinne since January 2002
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Sample show from October 26, 2008 ("An Hour of The Apologists (Tommy Smith and Joel Israel), With Interview") :

6 PM - 7 PM
Options The Media Squat with Douglas Rushkoff (e-mail)
The Media Squat is freeform, bottom-up, open source radio looking towards similarly open source, bottom-up solutions to some of the problems engendered by our relentlessly top-down society.

Each show will initiate a series of discussions, which will themselves comprise part of an expanding wiki of resources, support material, and community-generated content.

This isn't pure '60s or Whole Earth radicalism and self-sufficiency (though it's certainly related) but a 21st Century, cyberpunk reclamation of all technologies and social contracts as essentially open source, up for discussion, and open to modification. It's an application of the hacker ethic and net collectivism to everything, done in the spirit of fun and adventure.

Ongoing forums with host, guests, and listeners take place at http://www.mediasquat.net.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | All bands and artists played by Douglas Rushkoff and David Lanphier since January 2002
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7 PM - 8 PM
Options Mudd Up! with DJ/Rupture (e-mail)
Forward-thinking electronic music, regional sounds from around the world, hip-hop, dancehall, and float. Frequent international guests widen the picture.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | Homepage | All bands and artists played by DJ/Rupture since January 2002
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8 PM - 11 PM
Options Sound and Safe with Trent (e-mail)
When the musics align, you can stare a future in the eye.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | All bands and artists played by Trent since January 2002
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Sample show from August 10, 2009 ("Best Songs Vol XMVLCIICC") : | Playlist

11 PM - 2 AM
Options Beastin' The Airwaves! with Keili (e-mail)
Keilidh [kay-lee] (n.) 1. Gaelic word for a musical gathering in celebration.

Beastin' [bee-stihn] (ger., adj.) 1. An unnecessarily extreme reaction. 2. Pwning everyone at video games. 3. Tearin' up some pussy. 4. Really, really, REALLY cool.


Download the Beastin' Boyfriend Application here.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | Homepage | All bands and artists played by Keili since January 2002
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Sample show from February 21, 2014 ("feat. Flagland!") : | Playlist

2 AM - 6 AM
Options Stan (e-mail)
A musical journey through the lands of rock, pop, jazz and soul on the spaceship of time.
Playlists & Archives | All bands and artists played by Stan since January 2002
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Sample show from May 16, 2014: | Playlist



- TUESDAY -

6 AM - 9 AM (Web-only)
Options (More Than A Few) Exciting Moments with Frank O'Toole (e-mail)
It's in the mix, without reservations.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | All bands and artists played by Frank O'Toole since January 2002
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Sample show from March 24, 2014 ("rhyme thyme... (webcast)") : | Playlist

9 AM - Noon
Options Talk's Cheap with Jason Sigal (e-mail)
All the hits that fit... and more! Freeform programming featuring Creative Commons jams from the Free Music Archive, live music, and free culture conversations.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | All bands and artists played by Jason Sigal since January 2002
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Sample show from June 30, 2008 ("Classify these as good times") : RealAudio | Playlist

Noon - 3 PM
Options Three Chord Monte with Joe Belock (e-mail)
The Citizen Kane of adult entertainment.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | Homepage | All bands and artists played by Joe Belock since January 2002
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Sample show from April 22, 2014: | Playlist

3 PM - 6 PM
Options Brian Turner (e-mail)
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.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | All bands and artists played by Brian Turner since January 2002
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Sample show from January 7, 2014 ("w/ live set from LEE RANALDO AND THE DUST") : | Playlist

6 PM - 7 PM
Options Dave Emory (e-mail)
Anti-fascist researcher Dave Emory (spelled E-M-O-R-Y) goes into all the hidden truths and details about evil men and their trade practices.
Archives | Special Archives |
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Sample show from April 23, 2014 ("FTR #781 All’s Well That’s Orwell: The Ministry of Truth and the Ukrainian Crisis (Yuschenko Uber Alles)") : MP3 - 128K | | Playlist

7 PM - 8 PM
Options Antique Phonograph Music Program with MAC (e-mail)
The Antique Phonograph Music Program is a collection of pop, standard, and ethnic music acoustically recorded on discs and cylinders and played on period machines circa 1895-1925.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | Homepage | All bands and artists played by MAC since January 2002
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Sample show from February 8, 2000 ("With guest John Heliker") :

8 PM - 11 PM
Options The Best Show on WFMU with Tom Scharpling
Funny. Rocking. Intriguing. Engaging. Modest. The best talk. The best music. Simply put: The Best.
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Sample show from April 8, 2008 ("Tom Breaks Down His Sad Visit To The BeatleFest And His Defeated Quest For Bootlegs. Bryce Calls In To Talk Bootlegs. Pudge Throws His Hat Into The Ring. And The Topic Is 'Losing Your Cool'.") :

11 PM - 2 AM
Options The Evan "Funk" Davies Show (e-mail)
Every show starts with a cut from the ‘70s: Rediscovering the forgotten rockers, revisiting the once-hated disco beats, replaying the power-pop favorites. Next: copious amounts of new releases and occasional live bands. Also: I’m the biggest Nick Gilder fan on WFMU.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | All bands and artists played by Evan Davies since January 2002
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Sample show from January 9, 2013 ("annual-ish show dedicated to my high school friend Jimmy Mack") : | Playlist

2 AM - 6 AM
Options Marty McSorley (e-mail)
Dishin' out the hits!
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | All bands and artists played by Marty McSorley since January 2002
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Sample show from May 5, 2010 ("LIVE SETS FROM FUTURE ISLANDS AND DOUBLE DAGGER!!!") : | Playlist



- WEDNESDAY -

6 AM - 9 AM (Web-only)
Options The John Allen Show (e-mail)
"I listened yesterday. It's no reflection on you but I could'nt see where you were going or what you were going for. This early seventies thing did'nt get noticed the first time and you talk about friends of like Dealney and Bonnie who had records out like we're supposed to remember who they are. Then you play this long winded free jazz stuff that really grates on my nerves. And that noise without a beat and sounds like someones being pinched. Then you play a reggae song, I think you called it Dub, to what, be cool? You seem to really fetishize the whole folk thing too which is obnoxious to us who don't even care. I liked it when you played that punk song though. I like Joe Belock a lot."
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | Homepage | All bands and artists played by John Allen since January 2002
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Sample show from March 26, 2014: | Playlist

9 AM - Noon
Options Ken (e-mail)
Freeform radio for the chronically impatient. Avant-garde pop, poppy avant-garde, train whistles, loud guitars and guttural screaming. Playlists and photos posted in real time on the web so you can play along or comment at home or work.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | All bands and artists played by Ken since January 2002
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Sample show from May 25, 2011 ("Jeepers!") : | Playlist

Noon - 3 PM
Options Day For Night with Maria Levitsky (e-mail)
Music That Melts in Your Ears.
Archives | Special Archives |
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Sample show from September 6, 2006 ("Tree pronounces a Melody") : RealAudio | Playlist

3 PM - 6 PM
Options Irwin Chusid (e-mail)
Genre-surfing tokenism.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | Homepage | All bands and artists played by Irwin since January 2002
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Sample show from December 29, 2010 (" I don't mean to say stupid things. My brain leaks.") : | Playlist

6 PM - 7 PM
Options Seven Second Delay with Ken (e-mail) and Andy (e-mail)
Ken and Andy further lower WFMU's already abysmal standards as the program enters its death throes. Stunt radio which subjects the radio audience to concepts and topics which mature adults should not have to endure. Find the fatal flaw.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | Homepage | All bands and artists played by Ken and Andy since January 2002
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Sample show from January 23, 2013 ("The Classic Music on Hold Contest (Rerun)") : | Playlist

7 PM - 8 PM
Options Do or DIY with People Like Us (e-mail)
All things avant-retard. A mixture of pop and avant-garde side by side, sometimes on top of one another.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | Homepage | All bands and artists played by People Like Us since January 2002
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Sample show from November 2, 2011 ("What You Get Is What You Give") : | Playlist

8 PM - 11 PM
Options Wm. Berger presents My Castle of Quiet (e-mail)
WFMU's House of Horrors returns, with MORE film scores, MORE Kosmische/Krautrock, extreme/underground metal, and punk; commentary, and live guests from music and film. Alles NOT okay, but it's okay.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | All bands and artists played by William since January 2002
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Sample show from July 15, 2011 ("#104 I May Look Alive, But That's Just a Disguise; starring Raspberry Bulbs") : | Playlist

11 PM - 2 AM
Options Nickel and Dime Radio with $mall ¢hange (e-mail)
$mall ¢hange returns to freeformland with the late late night space madness shee-it. Oh my beloved ice cream bar...how I love to lick your creamy center! HOOOWWWWWW...(bites soap)...and your oh-so-nutty chocolate covering! You're not like the others...you like the same things I do!
Waxed paper...boiled football leather...dog breath...We're not hitchhiking anymore!
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | Homepage | All bands and artists played by $mall ¢hange since January 2002
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Sample show from January 16, 2014 ("w/ guest DJ Boogieman") : | Playlist

2 AM - 6 AM
Options Night People (e-mail) (e-mail)
Earth's only supernatural slumber party-style call-in show.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | All bands and artists played by Andy Theodorou and Dave Perlis since January 2002
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Sample show from December 22, 2011 ("Night People Xmas Spectacular!!!!!!! Feat. Khristmas Karol Karaoke with Dr. Danny Thorp!!!!!") : | Playlist



- THURSDAY -

6 AM - 9 AM (Web-only)
Options Underwater Theme Park with Meghan (e-mail)
Theme (n) - the subject of talk, a piece of writing, a person's thoughts, or an exhibition; a topic.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | All bands and artists played by Meghan since January 2002
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Sample show from March 8, 2012 ("I'm on Drugs! ") : | Playlist

9 AM - Noon
Options This Is The Modern World with Trouble (e-mail)
A viking ship appears on the horizon, a likeness of Loretta Lynn carved into its bow. Rare birds flock together to sing Francoise Hardy as soul hits. A sunset of blips and bleeps fills the air.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | All bands and artists played by Trouble since January 2002
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Sample show from January 21, 2014 ("you forget centuries of civilization in a second") : | Playlist

Noon - 3 PM
Options Scott Williams (e-mail)
" I can't tell when you're telling me the truth."
- I'm not.
"How do I know anything you've told me is..."
- You don't.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | All bands and artists played by Scott Williams since January 2002
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Sample show from November 19, 2012 ("Glaring Omissions, with special guests BALBOA! and 3 full hours of synthporn") : | Playlist

3 PM - 6 PM
Options Strength Through Failure with Fabio (e-mail)
The Failure of Noise
The Failure of Sound
The Failure of Rock
The Failure of the Avant Garde
The Failure of the Space Age
The Failure of Jazz
The Failure of Psychedelia
The Failure of Krautrock
The Failure of Electronic
The Failure of Pop
The Failure of Free-form
The Failure of the 20th Century
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | All bands and artists played by Fabio since January 2002
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Sample show from April 17, 2014 ("Failure as a catalyst ") : | Playlist

6 PM - 7 PM
Options The Dusty Show with Clay Pigeon (e-mail)
Street interviews, vinyl exhumations, improv monologues, live listener call-ins, mini-musicals, original fiction, hyper-editing, sometimes filmed, analog-based micro-cassette ambiance, slightly digital. Join the Pigeonnaires. Act now!
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | All bands and artists played by Clay Pigeon since January 2002
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Sample show from May 1, 2014 ("Live w/Fabio Taking Calls - Mini-Musical - A Gal from Keokuk - Angry Listener") : MP3 - 128K | | Playlist

7 PM - 8 PM
Options Sinner's Crossroads with Kevin Nutt (e-mail)
Scratchy vanity 45s, pilfered field recordings, muddy off-the-radio sounds, homemade congregational tapes and vintage commercial gospel throw-downs; a little preachin', a little salvation, a little audio tomfoolery.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | All bands and artists played by Kevin Nutt since January 2002
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Sample show from February 20, 2014: MP3 - 128K | | Playlist

8 PM - 11 PM
Options Music To Spazz By with Dave the Spazz (e-mail)
A chimpified, sonic soiree of overmodulated, toe-stubbing rock and roll.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | Homepage | All bands and artists played by Dave the Spazz since January 2002
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Sample show from October 13, 2011: | Playlist

11 PM - 2 AM
Options Coffee Break For Heroes & Villains with Noah (e-mail)
Three hours of the latest hip-hop and beat-oriented music go round and round on the turntable with your host, Noah Zark.

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Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | Homepage | All bands and artists played by Noah since January 2002
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Sample show from January 5, 2005 ("1st Show Of New Year") : RealAudio | Playlist

2 AM - 6 AM
Options Solid Gold Hell with Sue P. (e-mail)
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | All bands and artists played by Sue P. since January 2002
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Sample show from July 20, 2011: | Playlist



- FRIDAY -

6 AM - 9 AM (Web-only)
Options HotRod (e-mail)
Shamanic vibrational love frequencies for the infinite mind. Shed all fear and allow the forces of nature to rattle your spine. We are the future. Welcome to the 5th Dimension.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | All bands and artists played by HotRod since January 2002
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9 AM - Noon
Options Give The Drummer Some with Doug Schulkind (e-mail)
The finest in Micronesian doo-wop, Appalachian mambo, Turkish mariachi, pygmy yodeling of Baltimore, Portuguese juju, Cajun gamelan, tuba choirs form Mozambique, Inuit marching bands, Filipino free jazz, Egyptian kabuki theater, and throat singers of the Lower East Side.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | Homepage | All bands and artists played by Doug Schulkind since January 2002
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Sample show from September 28, 2012 ("Jegog your memory") : | Playlist

Noon - 3 PM
Options Bryce (e-mail)
I never miscue a record. I am punctual, well-prepared, and dislike clutter. Outgoing and helpful, I'm always appropriately dressed. I do not behave erratically and have excellent penmanship. My CD's never skip, and I am in good health. I like all the notes, in any order.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | All bands and artists played by Bryce since January 2002
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Sample show from May 9, 2014: | Playlist

3 PM - 6 PM
Options Inner Ear Detour with David (e-mail)
Sounds from the archive of the future, sonic drilling into the past, dissonant rumbling, lyrical melodies, noises (human, animal, mechanical, digital) inscrutable yet honest, desultory but consistent.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | All bands and artists played by David since January 2002
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Sample show from August 12, 2002 ("Itchy Trigger Finger") : RealAudio | Playlist

6 PM - 7 PM
Options Shut Up, Weirdo with Frangry (e-mail) and Michele
The promise of joy, the magic of blather. A call-in show for the New Age of Inquiry. The Man can't bust our chit-chat.
Playlists & Archives | Homepage | All bands and artists played by Frangry and Michele since January 2002
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Sample show from December 6, 2013 ("Rerun: Pick Up Lines") : MP3 - 128K | | Playlist

7 PM - 8 PM
Options Downtown Soulville with Mr. Fine Wine (e-mail)
One hour; 23 or 24 soul 45s.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | All bands and artists played by Mr. Fine Wine since January 2002
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Sample show from May 2, 2014 ("I get my kicks") : MP3 - 128K | | Playlist

8 PM - 11 PM
Options Pseu's Thing With A Hook (e-mail)
Riff rock for riff raff, pop fizzle for the frazzled, chord changes of life for the menopausal teenagers, a safari in the jingle-jangle jungle.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | Homepage | All bands and artists played by Pseu Braun since January 2002
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11 PM - 2 AM
Options Inflatable Squirrel Carcass with Rich Hazelton (e-mail)
A yurt for the transgenred.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | All bands and artists played by Rich Hazelton since January 2002
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Sample show from November 9, 2002 ("Reeling In Your Cactus Sound") : RealAudio | Playlist

2 AM - 6 AM
Options The Rampler with Frank Edward Nora (e-mail)
From the streets of NYC and also in-studio, a unique, pleasantly insane talk show about pop culture, food, technology, the mysteries of the universe, and a whole lot more.
Playlists & Archives | All bands and artists played by Frank Edward Nora since January 2002
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- SATURDAY -

6 AM - 9 AM
Options Surface Noise with Joe McGasko (e-mail)
A pennant-winning battery of songland. Ongoing feature: Single File, a half-hour of randomly selected small records with big holes.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | All bands and artists played by Joe McGasko since January 2002
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Sample show from April 24, 2014 ("Polka Party") : | Playlist

9 AM - 11 AM
Options Bob Brainen (e-mail)
Disc jockey has a fondness for sound.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | All bands and artists played by Bob Brainen since January 2002
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Sample show from January 4, 2014 ("This Show Is Dedicated To The Memory Of Phil Everly [1939-1914]") : | Playlist

11 AM - 1 PM
Options Michael Shelley (e-mail)
A showcase for the widest-possible definition of pop music, plus interviews with the world's finest music makers.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | Homepage | All bands and artists played by Michael Shelley since January 2002
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Sample show from February 13, 2010 ("Includes an interview with Emitt Rhodes") : | Playlist

1 PM - 3 PM
Options Fool's Paradise with Rex (e-mail)
The unsung heroes of rock 'n' roll, presented at 45 RPM: 50s/60s bop, slop, & schlock.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | Homepage | All bands and artists played by Rex since January 2002
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Sample show from May 3, 2014 ("The Alfonso Bedoya Memorial Playlist") : | Playlist

3 PM - 6 PM
Options The Cherry Blossom Clinic with Terre T (e-mail)
Punk/new wave, psych, glam, garage, mod, freakbeat, funk, krautrock, noise, hardcore, indie, DIY, power pop, soul -- any and all good moving music! Live bands frequently, tix @ 4:06 -- why stop? Live life -- it's hectic but short, yo!
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | Homepage | All bands and artists played by Terre T since January 2002
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Sample show from November 18, 2006 ("HANK IV, MUDHONEY and DAN MELCHIOR UND DAS MENACE live sets!") : RealAudio | Playlist

6 PM - 9 PM
Options Transpacific Sound Paradise with Rob Weisberg (e-mail)
Popular and Unpopular Music From Around the World
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | Homepage | All bands and artists played by Rob Weisberg since January 2002
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Sample show from April 13, 2013 ("Live from Barbes: Sumptuous Song Stylings of Turkey, Eastern Europe & Central Asia ") : | Playlist

9 PM - Midnight
Options Choking On Cufflinks with Michael Goodstein (e-mail)
Music for guys with food stains on their shirts: the required dosage of shitalo and d.i.y. crud you need to start your weekend right.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | All bands and artists played by Michael Goodstein since January 2002
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Sample show from October 25, 2008 ("The WFMU Record Fair on $106.25 - the Second Annual Record Fair Gong Show - 7" Only Edition") : | Playlist

Midnight - 3 AM
Options Daniel Blumin (e-mail)
The run-around drill sergeant of love meets the freeform radio nurse in an international popularity crisis. Twang, dub, noise, rockers, aliens, drum machines, foreigners, imported goods, songs, rumbles, hollers, blips and squiggles, along with an occasional musical number.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | All bands and artists played by Daniel Blumin since January 2002
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Sample show from January 19, 2014 ("Farewell, Predominantly Synthetic Elf!") : | Playlist

3 AM - 6 AM
Options 100% Whatever with Mary Wing (e-mail)
Music without words, words without music, and combinations therein. The freeform soundtrack for working, shirking, or twerking.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | All bands and artists played by Mary Wing since January 2002
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Sample show from May 11, 2014 ("To awake on Sunday morning with a rubber stamp blue tattoo") : | Playlist



- SUNDAY -

6 AM - 9 AM
Options Airborne Event with Dan Bodah (e-mail)
You see a blanket on the ground. It's your favorite color, smooth and soft. You can sit on it, or lie on it. It's a flying blanket, and you are the pilot. You are in control. You can fly anywhere you wish, just by thinking about it. You are the pilot.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | All bands and artists played by Dan Bodah since January 2002
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9 AM - Noon
Options Reggae Schoolroom with Jeff Sarge
Roots rock, much culture; lovers rock for the soul and mind. Drum and bass rule--light up something!
Archives | Special Archives |
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Sample show from May 4, 2014: | Playlist

Noon - 3 PM
Options The Glen Jones Radio Programme (e-mail) (e-mail)
featuring X-Ray Burns
The real life alternative radio show where a zonked pair of New Jersey fat boys mix Led Zeppelin with Sinatra while ranting about wrestling and the unmentionable.
Archives | Special Archives | Homepage |
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Sample show from April 20, 2014: | Playlist

3 PM - 5 PM
Options Teenage Wasteland with Bill Kelly (e-mail)
Garage rock and the big tent that is r-r-real rock & roll.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | Homepage | All bands and artists played by Bill Kelly since January 2002
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Sample show from May 11, 2014: | Playlist

5 PM - 7 PM
Options Gaylord Fields (e-mail)
There are two errors in this this freeform radio program description.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | All bands and artists played by Gaylord Fields since January 2002
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Sample show from July 15, 2012 ("O néctar para o beija-flor") : | Playlist

7 PM - 9 PM
Options Monica (e-mail)
I am but a vessel.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | Homepage | All bands and artists played by Monica since January 2002
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Sample show from November 4, 2005 ("Loop De Loop") : RealAudio | Playlist

9 PM - Midnight
Options Stochastic Hit Parade / A440 with Bethany Ryker (e-mail)
All the spectacle and clamor you crave...without those pesky crowds.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | All bands and artists played by Bethany Ryker since January 2002
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Sample show from December 23, 2013 ("A440, Op. 2, No. 4") : | Playlist

Midnight - 3 AM
Options Hatch (e-mail)
I play great music and talk to people about stuff.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | All bands and artists played by Hatch since January 2002
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Sample show from May 3, 2010 ("Don't Say Goodnight") : | Playlist

3 AM - 6 AM
Options The Frow Show with Jesse Jarnow (e-mail)
Grand pianos in the surf, singing frogs, hyphenated psych, outtakes, live collaging, twangy drone, old folk, ephemeral pop, and the Grateful goddamn Dead.
Playlists & Archives | Special Archives | All bands and artists played by Jesse Jarnow since January 2002
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