Past Special Programs on WFMU
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Faust's Jean-Hervé Péron
Monday, July 16th, 3:01pm - 6pm
on
Scott Williams's show
"There is no group more mythical than Faust", said Julian Cope in his influential survey Krautrocksampler. Jean-Hervé Péron has been at the center of Faust since the very beginning, co-founding the group of radical art-errorists tasked (and funded) by Polydor to become "Germany's Beatles", and failing gloriously. Nearly 50 years later, Faust has lost none of its spontaneity, curiosity or energy. Today, Jean-Hervé joins Scott to discuss all this mad history, as well as Faust's current tour, coming to Brooklyn's Murmrr Theater on July 22.


Garcia Peoples Live
Sunday, July 15th, 10pm - Midnight
on
The Avant Ghetto with Jeff Conklin
Jeff Conklin welcomes ascendent New Jersey jammers Garcia Peoples for a live performance. Just ahead of the release of their hotly anticipated debut full-length Cosmic Cash (Beyond Beyond Is Beyond Records), the quintet will lay down their brand of fiery twin-guitar led psychedelia in Studio B. Don't miss a note by tuning in at 10pm ET this Sunday evening!


Pearl Charles
Saturday, July 14th, 3pm - 6pm
on
Todd-o-phonic Todd's show
Pitchfork says of Pearl Charles' debut album Sleepless Dreamer: "Charles' record takes cues from movements all over the American map. There are hints of Southern folk and alt-country, Midwest Americana, and West Coast acid rock." Pearl manages to coalesce these and other influences into something wholly original that will be on full display with a live set on the Todd-O-Phonic Todd show. Catch her live at Baby's All Right on July 20th.


The Bakersfield Breakers Live In The Studio!
Saturday, July 14th, 11am - 1pm
on Michael Shelley's show

Michael welcomes instrumental trio The Bakersfield Breakers for a live set of twang/surf/country inspired instrumentals! The band’s mission is to reawaken the classic guitar-driven sound of 1950’s Bakersfield and the driving tunes of 1960’s surf rock.


Honky Tonk Radio Girl guest hosts on Downtown Soulville
Friday, July 13th, 8pm - 9pm
on
Downtown Soulville with Mr. Fine Wine

Put The Needle On Marlowe
Friday, July 13th, 7pm - 8pm
on
Put The Needle On The Record with Billy Jam
Mello Music Group will release a 2018 album bound for many year-end lists; Marlowe which is the power duo of producer L丹range and emcee Solemn Brigham. On the phone from his North Carolina home Solemn Brigham will talk to WFMU about the unique sounding new hip-hop album.


Bastille Day Special with guests Juniore, Calypso Valois, and April March
Friday, July 13th, 3pm - 6pm
on
Sophisticated Boom Boom with Sheila B.
France’s music scene is booming! Not since the heydeys of 60s yé-yé and 80s synth-pop has France churned out so much outstanding (and very sophisticated!) pop music. Parisian yé-yé noir girl group, Juniore and French-pop royalty Calypso Valois are at the center of this buzzing French-pop scene and will be on deck to kick off Sophisticated Boom Boom’s Bastille Day celebrations. Juniore will be playing songs off their new mini-album, Magnifique—soon to be released stateside by California’s Burger Records. And musician, animator, and French pop connoisseur April March will be joining Sheila B. to interview Calypso Valois, daughter of 80s electro-duo Elli & Jacno, actress, and musician, who released her debut album, Cannibale, last year. Both ladies will be selecting their female-fronted favorites. Plus the best of French pop from the 50s through today!


Sam Newsome
Friday, July 13th, Noon - 3pm
on
Miniature Minotaurs with Kurt Gottschalk
Saxophonist Sam Newsome has crafted an absolutely breath-taking style by combining his own virtuosic skills with a mastery of extended instrumental techniques to bring his horn into unreal, yet in-the-pocket, realms. With chimes and percussion attached to his horn and an abiding love for Ellington and Monk, Newsome has truly created a new take on the jazz tradition. Hear the glory on at noon on July 13, when Newsome stops by the Miniature Minotaurs show.


Director Jake Meginsky
Friday, July 13th, 9am - Noon
on
JA in the AM with John Allen
Director Jake Meginsky will guest DJ rare and unreleased Milford Graves recordings and discuss his recent documentary "Milford Graves Full Mantis”. Milford Graves is recognized as one of the founding pioneers of free jazz, working alongside Albert Ayler, Paul Bley, Sonny Sharrock, and the New York Art Quartet. This feature length portrait of the native Queens percussionist stands out for it’s balanced treatment of a profoundly influential figure known for his boundless creativity within the genre and his ongoing enlightenment within the realm of healing through music. MILFORD GRAVES FULL MANTIS opens 7/13 in NYC at The Metrograph, and 7/27 in LA at Laemmle’s Music Hall and in San Francisco at The Roxie, followed by a national release.


Laura Davis-Chanin, author of The Girl in the Back: A Female Drummer's Life with Bowie, Blondie, and the '70s Rock Scene
Wednesday, July 11th, 9pm - Midnight
on
The Evan "Funk" Davies Show
Laura Davis-Chanin's new memoir The Girl in the Back: A Female Drummer's Life with Bowie, Blondie, and the '70s Rock Scene (Backbeat Books) is a vivid recollection of the heyday of the New York City punk scene and a close-up look at her experience as a founding member of The Student Teachers while still struggling to keep up with her studies at Friends Seminary. In time the band — and Laura — attracted the attention of Blondie's Jimmy Destri, who became the band's producer and champion. This relationship led to another surprising development: a friendship with David Bowie, who also took an interest in the band and got them a gig opening for Iggy Pop at the Palladium on Halloween in 1979.
Laura joins Evan "Funk" Davies on Wednesday night, July 11, to share some stories from the book, and of course you'll hear some music from that era as well. And check out the book release event at Bowery Electric on Friday, July 20, featuring a Q&A event with special guests Ira Kaplan and Georgia Hubley from Yo La Tengo and many more special guests.


Scott McDowell fills in for Irene with live guest William Parker
Wednesday, July 11th, 7pm - 8pm
on
The Long Rally with Scott McDowell
In the first of two fill-ins for Irene's live music show this summer, The Long Rally presents a solo bass session and interview with William Parker. William Parker is a bassist, improviser, and composer who has recorded over 150 albums in a dizzying array of styles/settings and with a diverse range of artists like Don Cherry, Cecil Taylor, David S. Ware, Hamid Drake, Kidd Jordan, Cooper-Moore and many others. His most recent albums for AUM Fidelity include a 3CD set with an emphasis on vocals and song called Voices Fall from the Sky, as well a trio record with longtime cohorts Daniel Carter and Matthew Shipp called Seraphic Light. It is a pleasure and honor to host William Parker and one not to miss.


Mike Sin is in for Rex Today
Saturday, July 7th, 1pm - 3pm
on
Optical Sound with Mike Sin

Midnight Matinee: Daffy Ducko
Saturday, July 7th, Midnight - 3am
on Inflatable Squirrel Carcass with Rich Hazelton

John Schnall's occasional radio show Midnight Matinee presents Daffy Ducko, in which a sleepwalking duck is haunted by a mysterious and wascally wabbit, and end-of-the-world hilarity ensues.


Todd-a-Phonic Todd guest hosts for Wake
Thursday, July 5th, 6am - 9am
on
Wake with Clay Pigeon

Elephant Micah
Wednesday, July 4th, 7pm - 8pm
on Irene Trudel's show

Since the year 2000, Indiana-based Elephant Micah has been swirling traditional Appalachian-style folk slowly around with complementary atmospherics. Elephant Micah is mainly Joseph O’Connell, crafting these languid, moody tunes. On "Genericana," the new album coming out in August, Joe uses the themes of genealogy, genre, generic brands (and perhaps a bottled genie), to point to a different theory of what binds our culture together. To help fans keep up with O'Connell's sporadic output, Elephant Micah offers a $5. annual subscription through Bandcamp. For this WFMU session Elephant Micah is Joe joined by brother Matt, recorded during a recent tour through the NY area.


Garbeque 2018: Live BBQ Broadcast from the WFMU Parking Lot
Wednesday, July 4th, Noon - 3pm
on
The Duane Train
The show formally known as Garbage Time (filling in for Ken) and Duane Train will be broadcasting live from the WFMU parking lot the 2nd annual 4th of July Garbeque. The live broadcast will take place from 10-3pm. Tune in to hear the sounds of hot dogs being grilled and cold ones being enjoyed. Or stop on by and partake! BUT BRING SNACKS.


Garbeque 2018: Live BBQ Broadcast from the WFMU Parking Lot
Wednesday, July 4th, 9am - Noon
on
Garbage Time with Matt Warwick
The show formally known as Garbage Time (filling in for Ken) and Duane Train will be broadcasting live from the WFMU parking lot the 2nd annual 4th of July Garbeque. The live broadcast will take place from 10-3pm. Tune in to hear the sounds of hot dogs being grilled and cold ones being enjoyed. Or stop on by and partake! BUT BRING SNACKS.


Jon Madof of Chant Records: An Adventurous New Artist-Run Indie Label
Saturday, June 30th, 6pm - 9pm
on Transpacific Sound Paradise with Rob Weisberg

Jon Madof and Shanir Ezra Blumenkranz are two brilliant musicians who've made big waves while steering utterly clear of the mainstream. They've played together in various edgy / experimental / improvisational bands. And now they've launched a label together: Chant Records is a label whose aim - in Jon and Shanir's words - is to "create a sonic temple for adventurous music". Chant Records releases run the gamut from rootsy stuff like klezmer to not-so-rootsy things like experimental doom metal! Jon Madof joins us this week to introduce us to some of the music on this exciting new label.


Matt Clark fills in for Todd and brings in special guest- The Hall Monitors!
Saturday, June 30th, 3pm - 6pm
on
What's Happening?!?! with Matt Clarke
Washington D.C.'s premier garage outfit The Hall Monitors will be rock 'n rolling the Live Room. The long delayed and anticipated debut LP has finally been issued on Hidden Volume Records, so we are considering this a record release bash of sorts! They are also playing at Diviera Drive in Brooklyn later that night. Make sure to bring your hall pass and tune in at 3PM!


Gwenifer Raymond
Saturday, June 30th, 6am - 9am
on
Shrunken Planet with Jeffrey Davison
Early in 2017, listener Simon from the U.K. told me about a young guitar-and-banjo player living in Brighton. Following his lead, I found a small number of tracks online, including some videos of her busking. I was simply astonished not only at her level of musicianship but with the intensity of her playing. I told fellow guitar-lover Josh Rosenthal of Tompkins Square Records about her, which led to her signing with the label and to her first American gigs, in April of this year. While she was in the New York area for a gig at Wonders of Nature, she made time to stop by the WFMU studios for a live session. Her debut LP, "You Were Never Much Of A Dancer, will be released on June 29th by Tompkins Square.


Pat Byrne guest hosts Downtown Soulville
Friday, June 29th, 8pm - 9pm
on
Downtown Soulville with Mr. Fine Wine

DJ Quest
Friday, June 29th, 7pm - 8pm
on
Put The Needle On The Record with Billy Jam
Legendary turntable artist / producer DJ Quest, who emerged from the 80's Bay Area DJ battle scene, was a member of the pioneering San Francisco turntablist group the Bullet Proof Scratch Hamsters before co-founding the jazz-turntablist trio Live Human will be doing a special guest performance on Put The Needle On The Record.


A tribute to forgotten R&B-rock-n-roll songwriter, Rose Marie McCoy
Friday, June 29th, 3pm - 6pm
on Sophisticated Boom Boom with Sheila B.

Despite writing over 850 songs for the biggest names in R&B and rock n’ roll like Ruth Brown, Big Maybelle, and Elvis, Arkansas-born songwriter Rose Marie McCoy remains a relative unknown. 60s Brill Building writers like Ellie Greenwich and Carole King are often credited for their roles in busting up the music biz boys club, but Rose Marie McCoy was at it 20 years earlier, when she moved from her teensy town in Arkansas to New York City to become one of the most successful and prolific female songwriters in rock n’ roll. Barbara Lewis' “I Remember the Feeling,” Ike & Tina Turner's “It’s Gonna Work Out Fine,” Nat King Cole’s “If I May,” Big Maybelle’s “One Monkey Don’t Stop No Show,” Ruth Brown’s “Mambo Baby,” and Marie “Queenie” Lyons’ “See And Don’t See” are just a few of her killer contributions to the R&B, pop, jazz, and soul genres of the 50s and 60s. Author, journalist, and radio show host Arlene Corsano wrote a biography on the life and music of Rose Marie McCoy called Thought We Were Writing the Blues, But They Called It Rock N’ Roll, and she’ll be joining Sheila B. on this Friday’s Sophisticated Boom Boom to share the stories and music behind this oft-overlooked songwriter.


Illustrator Michael Sloan
Thursday, June 28th, 9am - Noon
on
This Is The Modern World with Trouble
Trouble will welcome illustrator Michael Sloan to This is the Modern World. Michael is the author and creator of The Zen of Nimbus comics, graphic novels and paintings. His illustration work has appeared in many publications including The New York Times and The New Yorker.
Michael Sloan's collaboration with author Jake Halpern on Welcome to the New World, a recent NY Times comic strip that documents the lives of a Syrian refugee family recently arrived in the U.S. was awarded a 2018 Pulitzer Prize in editorial cartooning.


DJ Porkchop
Thursday, June 28th, Midnight - 3am
on
Nickel and Dime Radio with $mall ¢hange
DJ Porkchop aka Jon Winfield Nicholson considers himself a genre bender in his dance music mixing and has productions under the name SSPS. Equal parts future and primitive, SSPS has released music on Avant God, K-7, Obsolete Units, Nation Records, and L.I.E.S. Be prepared for some slow burners...


Benjamin Cartel
Wednesday, June 27th, 7pm - 8pm
on Irene Trudel's show

Beatle-y jangle with touches of melancholic dream rock populates the music of Benjamin Cartel. After many years playing with the Kaiser Cartel duo, Benjamin went back to the solo life, playing with longtime bandmate friends Mike Cohen and Kieran Mulvaney, along with drummer John Bordeur. Cartel's latest, "Flickering Light," is filled with sweet folk-rock hooks and poppy melodies. Benjamin Cartel and friends play a live set for WFMU in advance of a Rockwood Music Hall gig on July 2nd.


Film Music Editor Annette Kudrak
Tuesday, June 26th, 7pm - 8pm
on
Morricone Island with Devon E. Levins
Film and television music editor Annette Kudrak joins Devon to discuss her experiences syncing and editing music to picture for the past 25 years including on The Royal Tenenbaums, Drive, Velvet Goldmine, Brokeback Mountain and Boardwalk Empire. Annette has worked with the likes of composers Angelo Badalamenti, Howard Shore, Pino Donaggio, David Shire, Mark Mothersbaugh, Cliff Martinez, Carter Burwell, Nico Muhly and Yo La Tengo, and directors Sydney Lumet, Robert Altman, Wes Anderson, Ang Lee, Todd Haynes, Nicholas Winding Refn and Nora Ephron.


Tracyanne & Danny
Sunday, June 24th, 8pm - 10pm
on
Gaylord Fields's show
This stellar new musical project is a collaboration composed of and named after singer-songwriters Tracyanne Campbell, the beating heart of Glasgow, Scotland’s Camera Obscura (who have appeared on a previous session for this program), and Bristol, England's Danny Coughlan, who typically conducts business under the band moniker of Crybaby. The complementarily twinned musical pair, with backing support, interrupt their North American tour to grace WFMU with several songs from their new, wide-ranging, and utterly captivating self-titled debut long-player.


Special: Weekly World Blues with Mark R as guest DJ
Sunday, June 24th, 8pm - 9pm
on
Weekly World Blues with Matt Fiveash

The Space Merchants
Sunday, June 24th, 3pm - 5pm
on
Burn It Down! with Nate K.
Brooklyn's Space Merchants touch on the kind of bong-rattling, cosmic truckin' that one would expect from a band with a such a moniker. But alongside the acid-fried gestures, there's a real sense of classic songcraft and musical execution at play. The sonic maelstrom is also given a lovely counterpoint in the form of intertwined male-female vocals that recall the New Pornographers and Fleetwood Mac on the one hand and more witchy action like Stan Hubbs or Anonymous on the other. The band drops by Burn It Down! on Sunday, June 24, to play songs from their excellent new LP Kiss the Dirt.


Bronwyn B’s Beach Boys Party!
Sunday, June 24th, 3am - 6am
on
Love is Only Sleeping with Bronwyn B
In honor of Brian Wilson turning 76 this week, Bronwyn B will don her trusty “Keep It Clean with Al Jardine” shirt and play three hours of Beach Boys-related things, including: Great Beach Boys covers! Bad Beach Boys covers! Strange Beach Boys demos! Songs from all of their solo albums (yes, even Bruce’s!) Other bands that foolishly also called themselves The Beach Boys! Also, Bronwyn will rant and rave about important BB-related topics, some of which may even be comprehensible to non-Beach Boys fans!


The United States of Boogaloo's Super Groovy Monty Hall Concert Preview!
Saturday, June 23rd, 6pm - 9pm
on Transpacific Sound Paradise with Rob Weisberg

The United States of Boogaloo is a rocking Jersey-based band inspired by Latin Soul and boogaloo as well as Puerto Rican roots music, punk rock and lots more. And they're coming to WFMU's Monty Hall! They'll be opening for the fabulous Puerto Rican indie salsa band, Orquesta el Macabeo at Monty Hall on Wednesday night July 11th. Don't miss our exclusive sneak preview - the United States of Boogaloo performs live on Transpacific Sound Paradise this Saturday night!


The Queers, James Williamson and The Posies
Saturday, June 23rd, 3pm - 6pm
on
Todd-o-phonic Todd's show
Joe Queer has been playing his Ramones influenced punk rock with The Queers since the beginning of the 1980's and there are no signs of him letting up now. Joe's songs are not only great slices of pop influenced punk but many of them are chock full of wit and humor. Expect to hear some classic Queers material like "Punk Rock Girls", "Kicked Out Of The Webelos", "I Met Her At The Rat" and "This Place Sucks". See The Queers with fellow punk rock legends The Dickies at The Stanhope House on June 12th and The Kinglsand in Brooklyn on June 13th.
plus...
James Williamson, the legendary guitarist for Iggy and The Stooges during their Raw Power/Metallic K.O. era joins Todd-O-Phonic Todd to talk about that chaotic era, as well as the "Raw Power" reunion gigs and his new band James Williamson and The Pink Hearts. The groups' powerful debut album, Behind The Shade will be released on June 22nd with record release shows in Los Angeles and San Francisco to follow the next weekend.
plus...
A week after their acoustic set with Michael Shelley, The Posies make like Bob Dylan at Newport and go electric with Todd-O-Phonic Todd. The Seattle quartet is celebrating their 30th Anniversary throughout 2018 and will be playing a WFMU presented show at The Bowery Ballroom on June 17th. Don't miss their classic pop stylings on tour or on the radio!


Steve Barri
Saturday, June 23rd, 11am - 1pm
on
Michael Shelley's show
Michael talks with Steve Barri about his mind blowing career as a writer (often with P.F. Sloan), producer and label executive whose credits include: Johnny Rivers' "Secret Agent Man," The Turtles' "You Baby," Herman's Hermits' "Must To Avoid," Barry McGuire's "Eve Of Destruction," Tommy Roe's "Dizzy," Mama Cass' "Make Your Own Kind Of Music," Hamilton Joe-Frank & Reynolds' "Don't Pull Your Love," Bo Donaldson And The Heywoods' "Billy, Don't Be A Hero," John Sebastian's Welcome Back," Alan O'Day's "Undercover Angel," Lancelot Link And The Evolution Revolution's self titled album, tons of hits for The Grassroots AND songs recorded by Connis Stevens, Anne Margaret, Betty Everett, Dick Dale, Bruce And Terry, The Rip Chords, Shelley Fabres, Freddie And The Dreamers, Paul Revere & The Raiders, The Kingsmen, The Searchers, Sandy Nelson, The Ventures, Hugo Montenegro & His Orchestra, Gary Lewis, Kay Starr, The Hondells and The Mamas And The Papas.


Lithics
Wednesday, June 20th, 9pm - Midnight
on
The Evan "Funk" Davies Show
Lithics, from Portland Oregon, return to WFMU for a live set on The Evan “Funk” Davies show on Wednesday night, June 20. Post-punk enthusiasts will swoon to their sparse, sharp-edged sound that has drawn comparisons to The Fall, Pylon, and the Bush Tetras to name just a few. They’ve just released their second full-length album, Mating Surfaces (Kill Rock Stars), and they’re on tour now with Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks. Check out Lithics live on WFMU this coming Wednesday night at 9pm!


Gareth Dickson
Wednesday, June 20th, 7pm - 8pm
on Irene Trudel's show

Nick Drake, Bert Jansch and many of the classic Brit-folk pioneers exert more than a passing presence in the music of Scottish songwriter and guitarist Gareth Dickson. However, Gareth's intricate playing and warmly dark vocals clearly create their comfortable own path through this well-traveled folk world. Dickson has been sought after as a sideman, touring extensively as Vashti Bunyan’s guitarist and as a solo artist supporting Juana Molina and Isobel Campbell among others. Gareth Dickson visited WFMU on a brief trip to the US and played a few of his tunes for Irene.


Manas
Wednesday, June 20th, Midnight - 3am
on What Was Music? with Marcel M

Though no stranger to WFMU, Tashi Dorji makes his radio debut with trio Manas featuring dual drummers Thom Nguyen and Wes McCoy. The group sounds like what you would expect given Tashi Dorji's track record of inventive and explosive guitar playing, but is taken to another level with the added dynamics of a dual drum attack. Not to be missed for fans of all things good.


Sunk Heaven
Tuesday, June 19th, 3pm - 6pm
on
Spin Age Blasters with Creamo Coyl
SUNK HEAVEN is Austin Sley Julian, longtime leader of modern day no wave experts Sediment Club (who recently performed on Samantha's show). Within Sunk Heaven, Austin goes deep into a zone of cracked and claustrophobic electronics paired with his urgent yet eerie voice piercing through the sonic detritus. Elements of first-wave industrial collide with mutilated pop and gospel tropes. To quote the press: "sounds like Jandek making a dub album." The aptly-named Hot Releases just dropped Sunk Heaven's Where All Sides Collapse LP and Austin will be airing its captivating damage.


Story Corner with Matt Fiveash
Monday, June 18th, 9am - Noon
on
Surface Noise with Joe McGasko
Story Corner, a regular feature of the show featuring songs that tell stories, will be guest curated this month by Mr. Weekly World Blues himself, Matt Fiveash. Tune in around 11 a.m. to hear Matt's story song selections and blabber about why he chose them.


The Annual Summer Soul-stice, With Amanda Nazario
Sunday, June 17th, 8pm - 10pm
on
Gaylord Fields's show
Despite much behind-the-scenes negotiations that eventually involved bringing in a couple of high-powered attorneys (who knew our respective barristers, Cellino and Barnes, would be so cutthroat when pitted against each other?), it can be announced in this space that for the 2018 iteration of the annual soul-music lovefest known worldwide and now beyond (thanks to the Voyager Golden Record) as the Summer Soul-stice, the show's host, Gaylord Fields, will be joined by Amanda Nazario, longtime host of the Nazario Scenario program.

Some of the terms negotiated between Gaylord and Amanda during the aforementioned protracted contretemps included the right for her to play formats other than 45 rpm discs if so desired (granted upon contingency), a temporary name change to the "Summer Soul-stice Scenario" (denied, despite the admittedly lovely sibilance), and a cessation of reverb unit abuse (summarily denied).


Germ House
Sunday, June 17th, 3pm - 5pm
on
Burn It Down! with Nate K.
Germ House is the on-again/off-again, one-man/full-band project helmed by chief Turpentine Bro Justin Hubbard. Dropping by Burn Down! in touring-ensemble mode to play songs from their new cassette split-release with Far Corners (who, to discerning ears may sound suspiciously like Germ House) on the Fuzzy Warbles label, Germ House deliver hi-quality, lo-fi, fuzzed-out, locked-in garage punk action. The band are also appearing live at Diviera Drive in Brooklyn on Saturday, June 9.


Duncan Hannah
Saturday, June 16th, 3pm - 6pm
on
Todd-o-phonic Todd's show
Duncan Hannah is an American painter best known for his depictions of idyllic landscapes culled from adventure stories and classic films. His painterly realist style and anachronistic subjects are reminiscent of Edward Hopper. His works are held in the collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, and the Minneapolis Institute of Fine Art, among others. Born in Minneapolis, Duncan came to New York City in the early 70's and fortunately for us he chronicled his experiences with music, art, film, sex, literature and more in an amazing series of notebooks which were recently published by Knopf as 20th Century Boy: Notebooks of the Seventies. Mr. Hannah joins Todd-O-Phonic Todd in the studio to talk about these incredible times and play the music that accompanied them.


Ken Stringfellow & Jon Auer of The Posies
Saturday, June 16th, 11am - 1pm
on Michael Shelley's show

Michael welcomes Ken Stringfellow & Jon Auer of The Posies, who will drop by with their acoustic guitars to play a few songs and discuss their mammoth 30th anniversary tour, which bring them around the world, including stops at Manhattan’s Bowery Ballroom Sunday June 17th and on The Todd-O-Phonic Todd show on June 23rd!


Exquisite Corpse- Sardine: The Unchovy
Saturday, June 16th, Midnight - 3am
on
Inflatable Squirrel Carcass with Rich Hazelton
The Inflatable Squirrel Carcass proudly brings you another exquisite corpse, or, in this case, an exquisite course in marketing and brand management. Sardines, superstars in Portugal (they even have stores devoted to them), sit gathering dust on the shelves of America’s retail food markets. Search “sardines in literature” and you find yourself looking at 529,000 results, most of which have nothing to do with literature and everything to do with “Qualitative analysis of sardine and anchovy oscillations and implications for the management of sardine and anchovy fisheries in Oman.” Where is the Flicka or Charlotte of sardines? Why are sardines always portrayed in the can or heading in that direction? Even the cockroach (thank you Franz Kafka) and the rat (thank you Michael Jackson) have been used effectively to describe life and love. But the sardine? Nothing but an easy metaphor for subway passengers during rush hour. Well we, and when I say “we” I mean nine other DJs and myself, have set out to right this glaring wrong. How? Let us begin by sharing the fruit of knowledge and enjoy that which the gods fear most: “Think sardine, be sardine.”


Duncan Reid & The Big Heads
Wednesday, June 13th, 9pm - Midnight
on The Evan "Funk" Davies Show

Duncan Reid was the founding bass player of the UK band The Boys, who were contemporaries of the Sex Pistols, The Damned, and The Clash back in the mid-'70s. He released his first solo album Little Big Head in 2012, and has followed that up with two more albums under the name Duncan Reid & The Big Heads.

Their most recent release, Bombs Away, came out last year and is packed with ringing guitars, catchy songs, and overall punky-pop goodness that is true to Duncan Reid’s history while bringing its own distinctive sound. Duncan Reid & The Big Heads play at Monty Hall on Thursday June 14, with additional dates Friday the 15th at Union Pool in Brooklyn, Saturday the 16th at Connie’s Ric Rac in Philadelphia, and Sunday the 17th at Cafe Nine in New Haven. Check them out live on The Evan “Funk” Davies Show Wednesday night, June 13th, then head out to see them at a show near you!


Mr. Finewine guest hosts on the Honky Tonk Radio Girl show
Wednesday, June 13th, 8pm - 9pm
on
Honky Tonk Radio Girl with Becky

Wes Swing
Wednesday, June 13th, 7pm - 8pm
on Irene Trudel's show

After a wrist injury sidelined Cellist/Singer/Songwriter Wes Swing, he took the time away to craft his newest album of sweetly emotional tunes, "And the Heart." At age 4 Wes began playing violin, and performed with orchestras as early as the second grade. Cello later became his preferred instrument, adding guitar and other instruments to his musical skills over time. "And the Heart" showcases Swing's beautiful, emotive voice, looped in with lush layers of cello, guitar and electronics. Wes Swing was recently on tour with frequent collaborator Jeff Gregerson and they played a live set for WFMU.


La Luz and The Tenders
Saturday, June 9th, 3pm - 6pm
on
Todd-o-phonic Todd's show
The female quartet La Luz have just released the third full length, Floating Features on Hardly Art. The band's shimmering and fetchingly restrained contained surf and do wop sounds have never sounded better and will be on full display with a live set on the Todd-O-Phonic Todd show. Don't miss them June 8th at Public Arts in Manhattan and June 9th at Baby's All Right in Brooklyn.
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The Tenders are part of the exciting scene currently calling Nashville home. The stylish trio of blues, dark surf, garage and rockabilly. Their first track to see the light of day, "Adeline" portends a very bright and exciting future. Be sure and check out The Tenders June 8th at Berlin in lower Manhattan and June 10th in Brooklyn at Kingsland.


Anemone
Friday, June 8th, 3pm - 6pm
on Sophisticated Boom Boom with Sheila B.

All hail Canada for delivering some of the best left-field pop we’ve heard in recent years. Montreal’s Anemone is the latest Canadian export to dazzle us with their psychedelic-tinged percussive pop that recalls beloved 90s bands like Broadcast and Stereolab. At the helm of Anemone is songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Chloé Soldevila, whose Spanish roots and affinity for balmy beats keep her warm during Canada’s brutal and long winters. On Friday June 8th, Anemone will be opening for their fellow Montrealites, Men I Trust at Monty Hall. And just before sound-check the band will be popping up to WFMU HQ to play songs off their debut EP, Baby Only You & I, out now on Luminelle Recordings.


Bosq
Thursday, June 7th, Midnight - 3am
on
Nickel and Dime Radio with $mall ¢hange
Bosq first gained notoriety as one half of the Whiskey Barons doing edits and remixes. His 3rd LP, 'Love and Resistance' is just out on Ubiquity Records. His music explores the intersections of Afro-Latin music with Disco, Funk, Reggae, House and Hip Hop, and has also worked with Kon and Soul Clap. Interview plus 2 mixes, one of musical influences, and the other is newer productions.


Gently Mixed: Duck Baker
Wednesday, June 6th, 7pm - 8pm
on Irene Trudel's show

American fingerstyle guitar master Duck Baker has so many albums to his credit since he started out in the 1970's that it's hard to know where to dip in. Baker is equally comfortable playing traditional British and Irish folk music, modern and free jazz, old-timey country, blues, gospel and ragtime music, all with an ease that belies its difficulty. Duck currently lives in the UK but visits the states from time to time. Two new album releases-- "Les Blues Du Richmond : Demos & Outtakes, 1973-1979" on Tompkins Square and "Duck Baker Plays Monk" on Triple Point Records-- prompted his latest visit. Duck Baker visited Irene at WFMU to play a few tunes with a lively conversation in between.


Scott Johannsson (Ondes Positives Recordings/LARVA)
Tuesday, June 5th, 7pm - 8pm
on
Morricone Island with Devon E. Levins
Scott Johannsson, co-owner of UK-based limited edition soundtrack label Ondes Positives Recordings and member of live score band LARVA, returns to discuss the label's latest releases, including a deluxe 7" of unreleased music from the 1973  horror cult classic "Messiah Of Evil" and a new LARVA re-score of Chris Marker's 1962 sci-fi short "La Jetée" in three different special editions.  Scott will be performing his solo live score to UFO cult educational film "UNARIUS: The Arrival" at this year's Worcester Music Festival on September 16.  Revisit Scott's 2016 Morricone Island appearance discussing 1961 3D-horror classic "The Mask" here.


Paint Fumes
Monday, June 4th, Noon - 3pm
on Three Chord Monte with Joe Belock

The Charlotte, North Carolina trio returns to play for a third time at WFMU. Scuzzy garage, classic punk, and blazing surf that’s drenched in more echo than you can shake a distortion pedal at.


Jason Candler of Street Band Legends, the Hungry March Band
Saturday, June 2nd, 6pm - 9pm
on Transpacific Sound Paradise with Rob Weisberg

Legend has it that the Hungry March Band (HMB) literally sprung to life at the Coney Island Mermaid Parade, their spiritual ground-zero... and maybe you've seen them wreaking havoc and joy at guerilla art events, subway parties, eccentric weddings, on the Staten Island Ferry or even in the climactic scene of John Cameron Mitchell's film Shortbus. New York's first and finest street brass band can turn any place into a carnival. But they also are just plain great musicians who concoct complex and powerful original compositions inspired by the Big Apple's cross-cultural melange. So we're thrilled to have HMB sax player and producer Jason Candler on the show with us tonight to introduce the band's wonderful new album Running Through With the Sadness. (HMB and friends celebrate the album's release Friday night June 22nd at the Market Hotel.) Plus we'll hear highlights from HMB's debut appearance at WFMU's Monty Hall this past October as part of our annual HONK NYC!" extravaganza.


Michael Rault and Ian Svenonius
Saturday, June 2nd, 3pm - 6pm
on
Todd-o-phonic Todd's show
Todd-O-Phonic Todd welcomes as his live musical guest the debonair Michael Rault. Discover for yourself why Noisey claims "Michael has made a career out of his uncanny ability to weave through decades of rock'n'roll history, melding dirty psychedelic riffs with bubblegum power-pop hooks." Michael's latest opus, "It's A New Day Tonight", is out on Wick Records on May 18th and he will be performing at Our Wicked Lady in Bushwick on May 31st.
plus...
Formerly, The Sassyiest Boy In America, Ian Svenonius joins Todd-O-Phonic Todd to spin some platters and join in some chatter. Ian has quite the resume being the frontman of such notable combos as Nation Of Ulysses, The Make-Up, Chain and The Gang and more. He has also written a number of books, including "Censorship Now!" and "Supernatural Strategies for Making A Rock'n'Roll Group". Ian brings his current musical project Escape-Ism to The Pet Shop in Jersey City on Saturday June 2nd and Our Wicked Lady in Bushwick on June 3rd.


Frank Sinatra biographer James Kaplan
Saturday, June 2nd, 11am - 1pm
on Michael Shelley's show

Michael welcomes James Kaplan, author of the wonderful two volume, 1500 paged in total, Frank Sinatra biographies "Frank The Voice" and "Sinatra The Chairman." A ten year project that examines Sinatra's musical genius, turbulent life and cultural impact while trying to see inside the enigma. Bonus: Kaplan was also a WFMU engineer in the late 1960s!


Put The Needle On The One Liner
Friday, June 1st, 7pm - 8pm
on
Put The Needle On The Record with Billy Jam
In honor of the one liner style, Billy Jam will intersperse rapid fire one liners from the likes of Groucho Marx, Stephen Wright, Rodney Dangerfield and Milton Jones with new 2018 hip-hop including Funky DL, Tru Trilla, Brownout, Batxby and PhybaOptikz. Old jokes and new hip-hop as shout-out to Shut Up Weirdo who'll be gone til September. Put The Needle On The One Liner Friday June 1st at 7pm on WFMU


Helios Creed and Steve Fishman of CHROME
Thursday, May 31st, Noon - 3pm
on
Diane's Kamikaze Fun Machine
Diane welcomes the King of sonic noise - Helios Creed to the Fun Machine for a mid-tour talk! Pre-industrial psychedelic generator Chrome is playing at St. Vitus in Brooklyn on Wednesday May 30th, and Helios, the heart, soul and originator of the band, along with bassist Steve Fishman will stop by to fuel up before their drive to Philadelphia to perform at Kung Fu Necktie that night. They will be live and listeners can ask questions via the interactive playlist! Chrome's latest record, Techromancy has been out for a year, and is the follow up studio LP to Feel It Like A Scientist. Diane will be playing tracks from both stellar records! Tune In!


Meredith Broussard, author and NYU professor
Monday, May 28th, 6pm - 7pm
on
Techtonic with Mark Hurst
On the next Techtonic, Mark Hurst interviews Meredith Broussard, NYU professor and author of the new book "Artificial Unintelligence." Learn what AI is, and is NOT, and why she suggests that we - immediately - stop all development of self-driving car technology.


TSP Live From Issyra African Gallery, Hoboken with Nonstop Live Music From Africa and Beyond, Free Admission!
Saturday, May 26th, 6pm - 9pm
on Transpacific Sound Paradise with Rob Weisberg

Issyra Gallery at 300 Observer Highway in Hoboken is an amazing place, it must be seen to be believed, jam-packed - floor to ceiling - with traditional African art and contemporary art. (Photos at http://tiny.cc/africanhoboken.) And as a special Memorial Day weekend treat, we're filling this spectacular space with fabulous live music! Join us at Issyra on Saturday May 26th from 6-9 pm in person - admission is free - or tune in live for (in this order):
- Virtuosic oud explorations by Brian Prunka
- Ancient texts brought to life by Echoes of Antiquity featuring accordionist / multi-instrumentalist Ismail Butera and percussionist Natalia Perlaza
- The avant-gyil stylings of Alfred Kpebsaane and Brittany Anjou's Bewaa - a captivating coalescence of Ghanaian gyil (xylophone) and electronic keyboards
- And we're thrilled to wrap things up with acclaimed visiting Senegalese mbalax singer Oumar Ndiaye and friends Smokey Hormel , Issa Sow and Ngor Jallow.
Admission is free and we will be giving away free WFMU swag too so don't miss out, join us at Issyra on the 26th!


Caitlin Pasko
Saturday, May 26th, 6am - 9am
on
Shrunken Planet with Jeffrey Davison
Songwriters have transformed hardship and suffering into their art for thousands of years. When New York singer-songwriter Caitlin Pasko endured the death of her father and an especially difficult breakup shortly thereafter, she turned this into Glass Period, a six song "meditation on grief". Her piano style is drawn primarily from Satie and Debussy. Combined with her simple and ambiguous lyrics, the result is dreamlike and profound. For her WFMU session, she was joined on synths by Henry Terepka, who had helped Caitlin to produce Glass Period.


Yaasss
Thursday, May 24th, Noon - 2pm
on Underwater Theme Park with Meghan
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream)
Self proclaimed as "Falafel Rock", this group of Brooklyn guys do capture a far off Middle Eastern sound with a psychedelic garage rock sound. Their live performances are dressed up and glam rock being the pure definition of Sex and Drugs and Rock n Roll! Rex Malaria / guitar & vocals , Dr. Feel Awful / bass & vocals (former singer of the band The Yellow Dogs), Boo Bubbles / guitar, LePsychoPapaya / drums , Hard On Chardonnay / key


Thelonious Monk Centennial
Wednesday, May 23rd, 3pm - 6pm
on
Irwin Chusid
The centennial anniversary of Thelonious Sphere Monk is in progress. On Weds. afternoon May 23, Irwin and his guest Peter Keepnews will present a three-hour tribute to this idiosyncratic giant of jazz piano. Keepnews, a jazz journalist and Monk authority, is also the husband of WFMU's Irene Trudel. His father, Orrin Keepnews, founded Riverside Records and produced many legendary Monk albums in the 1950s and early 1960s. The show will feature tracks covering Monk's entire career, as well as historic recordings of Monk titles by other artists. That's May 23, from 3-6pm Eastern, on Irwin's show—180 minutes of Monk.


Serena Jost
Tuesday, May 22nd, 9pm - Midnight
on Irene Trudel's show

Classically-trained singer/songwriter/cellist Serena Jost added her angelic singing and playing to the original line up of Rasputina before deciding to set out as a solo artist. Splitting her formative years between The Midwest, Switzerland and points in between, Serena says, "she found her cello wrapped in a brown blanket in a basement in northern Michigan," and has been writing gently eccentric songs with it ever since.. "Up To The Sky" is Jost's newest collection of songs for voice and cello, captured live in the historic St. Peter's Church in Chelsea, NYC. Serena Jost visits WFMU to play some of them live.


Klezmer, Their Own Way: Daniel Kahn & the Painted Bird (originally heard on Continental Subway with Dave Dichelle)
Saturday, May 19th, 6pm - 9pm
on Transpacific Sound Paradise with Rob Weisberg

Daniel Kahn's music has been described as "alienation klezmer" and "Yiddish punk cabaret". The Detroit-born, Berlin-based Kahn combines his own politically charged compositions with re-imaginings of pieces in Yiddish, English, German, and Russian. Daniel Kahn and his band The Painted Bird join fellow travelers Golem, Andy Statman, Pharaoh's Daughter, Frank London's Klezmer Brass All Stars and more Wednesday night June 13th at the Central Park Summerstage Yiddish Under the Stars concert extravaganza. Daniel and the band were recent guests on David Dichelle's wonderful show Continental Subway, broadcast out of Radio Blau in Leipzig, Germany and heard Tuesday's 4-7 pm (Garden State time) on WFMU's WFMU's Give the Drummer Radio stream. (And highly recommended especially if you like Rob's show!) We'll rebroadcast that interview and performance on our show this week.


Low Cut Connie
Saturday, May 19th, 3pm - 6pm
on
Todd-o-phonic Todd's show
From the land of cheesesteaks, The Broad Street Bullies and The Geator with The Heater come the piano driven sounds of Low Cut Connie. The band will be celebrating the release of their brand new album, Dirty Pictures (part 2) on Contender Records. Discover why The New York Times wrote: "Loud, wild and reverent of rock ‘n’ roll history...an ideal band for youngish music fans who wish they were alive to see the Rolling Stones or the Replacements in their respective heydays.." Catch Low Cut Connie at The Bowery Ballroom on May 18th.


Del McCoury
Saturday, May 19th, 11am - 1pm
on Michael Shelley's show

Michael chats with Bluegrass legend Del McCoury about his 50+ year career, his new album "Del McCoury Still Sings Bluegrass," and The Del McCoury Band's upcoming June 7th show in New York's Symphony Space.


Put the Needle on the Record Live Videocast
Friday, May 18th, 7pm - 8pm
on
Put The Needle On The Record with Billy Jam (on WFMU stream & FM radio & Video)

Kalbells
Friday, May 18th, 3pm - 6pm
on Sophisticated Boom Boom with Sheila B.

For over ten years, Annakalmia Travers has fronted and played saxophone in the super-festive Brooklyn indie-dance band, Rubblebucket. Then in 2013, she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer, and had to undergo surgery and chemotherapy in the midst of Rubblebucket’s tour and recording sessions. After being declared cancer-free, Annakalmia returned to her home state of Vermont for a two-month retreat, where she wrote the demos that would eventually make up her debut solo album, Ten Flowers. The sweet n’ whimsical single “Why?!steria?” is a testament to Annakalmia’s knack for writing the most tender melodies that are often sprinkled with whistles and coyote howls, and layered in harmonies. Kalbells has since evolved into a four-piece band, and they completely blew away Sheila B. at their recent performance at Union Pool. Sheila B. is counting down the days til Kalbells bring their joyful, high-spirited pop to Sophisticated Boom Boom and insists you tune in!


Another Batch of Live Ravioli Cookin’
Thursday, May 17th, 3am - 6am
on
Radio Ravioli with Olivia
Olivia will be cooking a fresh batch of radio ravioli live from WFMU’s own kitchen on her show on 3/17. Join her for new unique recipes and all manner of delicious audio treats!


God Is My Co Pilot Live Sessions + DJ Sets
Thursday, May 17th, Midnight - 3am
on
Nickel and Dime Radio with $mall ¢hange
Post punk/noise rock/avant jazz combo God Is My Co-Pilot taped a live session in Studio B a few months back, right before their recent UK tour, and Small Change is airing it this week. Plus interview and additional DJ sets from guitarist Craig Flanagin and bassist Jason Blackkat. Nickel and Dime Radio slides a little further off the rails this week...no complaints of course!


Stephin Merritt
Wednesday, May 16th, 3pm - 6pm
on
Irwin Chusid
Stephin Merritt drops in on Irwin's program on Weds. afternoon May 16 for an extended non-performance visit. Merritt, the musical mastermind of Magnetic Fields, the Gothic Archies, and Future Bible Heroes, will talk about his recent Magnetic Fields grand opus 50 SONG MEMOIR, for which he composed a tune about each year of his life. The entire song cycle will be performed across two nights at the Apollo Theater in New York on Friday June 15 & Saturday June 16. On this visit to WFMU Merritt will also feature material from his other projects, and he'll play DJ, offering tracks from some of his favorite recording artists.


SVUVN
Wednesday, May 16th, 3am - 6am
on What Was Music? with Marcel M

Blending a variety of electronic influences ranging from experimental to catchy pop hooks and hip-hop, SVUVN creates a sound both unique and modern. Fresh from releasing his latest single, "Don't Leave," SVUVN makes his WFMU debut.


Susanna
Tuesday, May 15th, 9pm - Midnight
on Irene Trudel's show

Norwegian songstress Susanna has been creating ethereal interpretations of rock and folk tunes, in addition to her own stunningly operatic tunes, since 2004 but is not well-known in the US. Susanna gained notice for her cover of an "Love Will Tear Us Apart" used in the TV show, "Grey's Anatomy." On "Go Dig My Grave," Susanna's 12th album, renditions of traditional and treasured old songs combined with one of her own are delivered in a semi-Baroque style. Susanna and some of her musical collaborators visited WFMU to record a session for Irene's show following a US tour.


Sachiko Kanenobu
Monday, May 14th, 9am - Noon
on
Surface Noise with Joe McGasko
Late last year, Japanese music legend Sachiko Kanenobu was interviewed on Surface Noise in the wake of the Light in the Attic compilation "Even a Tree Can Shed Tears," which contained two of her songs. Sachiko enjoyed the experience so much that she decided to return to Surface Noise in person! Today on the show Sachiko performs songs from her 1972 classic folk album, "Misora," as well as two brand-new songs! Sachiko hasn't played on the radio in decades, so don't miss this once-in-a-lifetime live session.


Battle Of The Canadian Bands!
Saturday, May 12th, 3pm - 6pm
on
Todd-o-phonic Todd's show
The Canadian pop masters Sloan have just released their twelfth album..called coincidentally enough, 12 (Yep Roc). As Shindig magazine states of the band's music: "Pop songs, the old way, with soaring harmonies and very loud guitars. Love it." Don't miss Sloan live on the Todd-O-Phonic Todd show on May 12th and be sure and catch Sloan at The Bowery Ballroom on Thursday May 10th.

Dany Laj and The Looks are the heirs to Sloan's pop mastery. They were part of the amazing live 2017 Three Chord Monte birthday broadcast with Baby Shakes and The Rubinoos. Dany's heartfelt songs seamlessly meld together elements of rock, folk and punk without straying to far from the power-pop roots that give the tunes joy.


Bill Ward Appreciation Day - Happy 70th Birthday!
Thursday, May 10th, Noon - 3pm
on
Diane's Kamikaze Fun Machine
Mr. Bill Ward doesn't get enough love! Joel Gausten, Author of “From Satan to Sabbath: The Metal Interviews 2000-2009” said this last time he was on Diane's show. In honor of the Heavy Metal icon's 70th birthday on May 5th, Joel and Diane will honor the legend by focusing on his life, solo work, outtakes, rare recordings and more! This segment will start at 12:30!


Interdisciplinary artist Nina Katchadourian
Thursday, May 10th, 9am - Noon
on
This Is The Modern World with Trouble
This is the Modern World welcomes interdisciplinary artist Nina Katchadourian. Nina will join Trouble to talk about art, music, birds, on-hold music and the merits of thinking on your feet. And what's up with music made for children? We will figure that out too...


Sandy Ewen, Paul Feitzinger, Michele Yom
Wednesday, May 9th, 3am - 6am
on What Was Music? with Marcel M

Sandy Ewen, Paul Feitzinger, and Michele Yom specialize in a restrained and contemplative free improvisational approach that at times has more to do with the silence between notes rather than the actual sounds themselves. While obviously indebted to free jazz, the group pushes past any sort of pigeonholing and are working within a pure form of expression, uniquely their own.


Elk City
Tuesday, May 8th, 9pm - Midnight
on Irene Trudel's show

Elk City's music is described as "soundscapes (that) encompass galaxies while retaining intimate and introspective thoughts and feelings, like epic adventures under the skin. "Everybody’s Insecure" is Elk City's fifth album, released in March 2018 on BarNone, and is filled with lyrical conversations with a late-night feel to them. At the core of this Montclair, NJ-based ensemble are lead vocalist Renée LoBue and drummer/producer Ray Ketchem, aided ably by guitarist Sean Eden (Luna) and extraordinary keyboardist Carl Baggaley.



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