Past Special Programs on WFMU
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Chris Frantz and Tina Weymouth
Monday, July 21st, 2003, 7pm - 8pm
on
Jonesville Station
Former Talking Heads, Chris Frantz & Tina Weymouth of The Tom Tom Club join Glen for conversation.


Victor Navasky
Monday, July 21st, 2003, 6pm - 7pm
on
The Speakeasy with Dorian
Editor of The Nation, Victor Navasky visits to discuss the Hollywood blacklist and his book, "Naming Names."


Ansurbana
Sunday, July 20th, 2003, 3am - 6am
on Airborne Event with Dan Bodah

This multimedia improvising rock troup from Atlanta stopped by the WFMU studio to record a set while they were in town to play at Office Ops.


Ted Leo & the Pharmacists
Saturday, July 19th, 2003, 5pm - 7pm
on The Cherry Blossom Clinic with Terre T

Ted Leo has been creating some of the best underground rock for over a decade in bands like Chisel. These days he plays melodic, poignant, evocative rock with "modern" lo-fi & distortions. His music calls to mind Nick Lowe, Thin Lizzy, The Kinks, Stephin Merrit, Alex Chilton, and The Jam, and his live sets are so intense that he's like the punk-rock Bruce Springsteen! Hear for yourself when he plays live on the Cherry Blossom Clinic. He'll also be at the Siren Fest at Coney Island on Saturday July 19.


Big City Orchestra present "Chimpy"
Friday, July 18th, 2003, 5pm - 6pm
on
Re:Mixology with DJ Jesuspants
The Big City Orchestra have been around since 1979, throwing proverbial audio grenades into the corporate and mass media trenches with samples, found soundbytes, reworked pop nostalgia, dark soundscapes, and more. Today, they present an open mic snapshot of our Commander In Chief, who digs his own trench. You'll laugh, but then, you'll cry. Download a ready-made CD cover for this show here.


Sato & Johnny
Thursday, July 17th, 2003, 8pm - 11pm
on
Music To Spazz By with Dave the Spazz
Insane, frantic, wild-ass hillbilly rock & roll live in the studio!


The Professor presents more Bob Lassiter
Thursday, July 17th, 2003, 6pm - 7pm
on
Aircheck
The host of WFMU's Audio Kitchen presents a two-part overview of the career of radio veteran Bob "Mad Dog" Lassiter on Aircheck. As a talk host, Lassiter specialized in pissing off the elderly, Christians, and a variety of intellectually-challenged listeners, and turning them into irate, and ultimately entertaining, callers. Compared to the lock-step right wing bozos that dominate talk radio these days, Lassiter's mischievous and misanthropic style is practically high art. In these two episodes of Aircheck, The Professor will feature plenty of Lassiter: hostile phone calls, a couple monologues, and Bob himself talking about his strange career in radio. (Part 1 of 2)


Dave Howell of Fatcat guest DJs
Wednesday, July 16th, 2003, 11pm - 2am
on
Advanced D & D with Donna Summer
The head of one of the most beguiling labels on the planet has created a mix for WFMU of his favorites, and compiled it into a fantastic hour of musical pleasure. This one spreads the gamut from digital noise to field recordings, to Sigur Ros to breakbeats. Tune in and get hooked!!


Pot Luck
Wednesday, July 16th, 2003, 7pm - 8pm
on
The Audio Kitchen with The Professor
It's the monthly Audio Kitchen free-for-all, where anything audio and amateur is possible. On the menu so far - The private diary of a very famous person, the adventures of a gambling grandma, a traveling salesman belting out college fight songs from behind the wheel, and the cacaphony of a chronically call-screened answering machine. And best of all, we'll hear another kitty love song!


Thomas Edison's Attic presents: Rare Roy Smeck "Wizard of the Strings"
Tuesday, July 15th, 2003, 7pm - 8pm
on
Antique Phonograph Music Program with MAC
This edition of Thomas Edison's Attic features recordings of the late, great ragtime guitarist Roy Smeck, including two Edison 78 rpm "Needle Type" test pressing disc records made in 1928, and a live performance recorded in October of 1977.


"Campaign Preview"
Tuesday, July 15th, 2003, 6pm - 7pm
on
Dave Emory's show
Part 415 in Dave Emory's "For the Record" series


Comets on Fire
Tuesday, July 15th, 2003, 3pm - 6pm
on
Brian Turner's show
Total guitar rock meltdown. Comets On Fire have members of bands like California's Six Organs of Admittance and the Low Down, and their first East Coast shows are gonna clean up this town of False Rock for good. Think Chrome's warped sci-fi attack, Blue Cheer with one guy solely playing an echoplex pedal, Japan's High Rise with more Detroit in them. Their latest disc is called Field Recordings From the Sun, and Alternative Tentacles just reissued their totally brain-frying first record. Ethan, Utrillo, Noel, Ben and Ben hit town to play with the Major Stars in Brooklyn, but on the way, they stopped by Jersey City to completely destroy the studios. Do not miss this!


Hubert Sumlin
Monday, July 14th, 2003, 7pm - 8pm
on
Jonesville Station
Part 2 of blues guitar legend Hubert Sumlin's recent appearance in Jonesville.


Contributors to "The Onion"
Monday, July 14th, 2003, 6pm - 7pm
on
The Speakeasy with Dorian
Joe Garden and others from The Onion will be live in the studio to shock and awe.


Little Killers
Saturday, July 12th, 2003, 5pm - 7pm
on
The Cherry Blossom Clinic with Terre T
This powerhouse power trio walks on stage and dominates the joint with their buzz-saw perfect punkrock! Crypt Records' honcho Tim Warren loved them so much he signed the band; his first new signing in years! They'll be at Sin-E on Friday July 25 so mark your calendars accordingly. And watch out for their debut release on Crypt!


Deanna Varagona
Saturday, July 12th, 2003, Noon - 3pm
on
The Radio Thrift Shop with Laura Cantrell
You might have seen Deanna Varagona playing sax with Nashville's eclectic orchestra, Lambchop, or contributing to the sweet country swing of Paul Burch & the WPA Ballclub, and the music of Chris Mills. She has been seen sitting in on Baritone Sax or sweet harmonies with the likes of Yo La Tengo, John Wesley Harding, Neutral Milk Hotel, and the Silos. Radio Thrift Shop hosts her this Saturday for some songs from her new solo album "The Goodbyes Have All Been Taken, Hello."


Wayne Butane
Friday, July 11th, 2003, 5pm - 6pm
on
Re:Mixology with DJ Jesuspants
Thankfully, people like Wayne Butane exist and have a lot of time to take millions of audio snippets and assemble them into brain-altering rivers of sound gush, that often will leave you chuckling in a most Beavis-and-Butthead-like manner before it all ends. Pure genius for the short-attention span potty-humor loving gnomes in the audience.


The Chantigs
Thursday, July 10th, 2003, 11pm - 2am
on
40 Ozs. and a Turntable with the Cosmic Cowboy
San Francisco's pre-eminent guitar pop rockers tore up the FMU studios when they were in town last month. Don't miss this long and great set recorded in the FMU studios.


Psychedelic DJ Spoke
Thursday, July 10th, 2003, 6pm - 7pm
on
Aircheck
A psychedelic version of the Mad Daddy, on WLS-FM in Chicago, circa 1968. Spoke was a deep-voiced biker personality rapping through heavy reverb who played some insanely heavy acid jams.


Morning 40 Federation
Thursday, July 10th, 2003, 9am - Noon
on
Inner Ear Detour with David
Stumbling into town from New Orleans, the Morning 40 Federation serves up an intoxicating brew of sloppy, fun-drenched, raunch 'n roll on the theme of drinking, being drunk, being hungover, and drinking some more. Musically, they fall somewhere between King Oliver, the Insect Trust, and the John Spencer Blues Explosion. Fun is at a premium at all times. Feel free to drink along at home.


Getting Into The Music Biz
Wednesday, July 9th, 2003, 7pm - 8pm
on
The Audio Kitchen with The Professor
It takes a lotta work to become famous, especially in the music business. And aspiring to music stardom often creates a nice wake of discarded recordings along the way. In today's show The Professor sorts through the debris along the road to fame, playing a selection of demos, practice sessions, song sketches, and more.


"Islam Under the Swastika & its Implications for Today"
Tuesday, July 8th, 2003, 6pm - 7pm
on
Dave Emory's show
Part 414 in Dave Emory's "For the Record" series


"100 Percent Canadian Content" Part 2
Tuesday, July 8th, 2003, Noon - 3pm
on
Tony Coulter's show
The second part of Tony's spotlight on Canadian Psych, Folk, and Experimental music.


Apparat Organ Quartet
Monday, July 7th, 2003, 8pm - 11pm
on
Scott Williams's show
They describe their music as machine rock and roll. Other people have described it as a mixture of Kraftwerk, Trans Am, Stereolab, Mum, Iron Maiden, and the Italian Horror Film Soundtracks of Goblin. Add N to (X) and we're getting somewhere. These Icelandic robots have lugged a massive assortment of vintage synth & organ gear into our studios and graced us with a half-hour of Stereo Rock n' Roll -- man-machine style. Hear the results tonight.


Mick Foley
Monday, July 7th, 2003, 7pm - 8pm
on
Jonesville Station
The former World Champion Pro Wrestler joins Glen live in Jonesville for a one hour conversation about his life and times in the world of Pro Wrestling, as well as his new novel entitled "Tietam Brown." Mick Foley is a best selling author and one of the most legendary Pro-Wrestlers of all time.


People Like Us
Friday, July 4th, 2003, 5pm - 6pm
on
Re:Mixology with DJ Jesuspants
What can we say, even though she's from the United Kingdom, Vicki Bennett is already an honorary member of the WFMU staff, she's been around our halls more than the people who read the gas meters! Which is lucky for us, as People Like Us is her showcase for completely brilliant sound collage based around found sounds and a unique, dark brand of humor. Come take an exclusive-to-WFMU tour of her record box (and computer hard drive) of audio oddities.


Mad Mike guest DJs
Friday, July 4th, 2003, 3pm - 5pm
on
Nickel and Dime Radio with $mall ¢hange
For the 4th of Friggin' July, $mall ˘hange hosts Vol. 2 of the Flea Market Junkies series with master crate digger Mad Mike. Homeslice has been hustling rekkids for a minute and has loads of great stuff... now you get to see what he keeps for himself. Super sick schlitz.


Jim Hawthorne
Thursday, July 3rd, 2003, 6pm - 7pm
on
Aircheck
Bizarre freeform antics from way back - 1947! Hawthorne collaborated on some Slim Gaillard records and later became a TV weatherman where he continued his strange behavior, including making fun of sponsors. Today we feature an hour of his radio career on KXLA Los Angeles.


The Growing Heart
Wednesday, July 2nd, 2003, 7pm - 8pm
on
The Audio Kitchen with The Professor
While being in love is often pretty damn rewarding, being far away from the one you love for a while can be a real problem. Sure, absence may make the heart grow fonder, but it can also cause excessive lust, jealousy, and an overactive imagination. Now and then a long distance love affair will leave behind a few compelling and desperate recordings. In this hour we'll hear some of these artifacts, including all the appropriate sighing, pleading, and a few pregnant pauses.


"Looking Back and Looking Ahead"
Tuesday, July 1st, 2003, 6pm - 7pm
on
Dave Emory's show
Part 413 in Dave Emory's "For the Record" series


"100 Percent Canadian Content" Part 1
Tuesday, July 1st, 2003, Noon - 3pm
on
Tony Coulter's show
The first in a two-part special featuring anglophone and francophone Canadian music, from the '60s to the present. Ranges from the "secretly Canadian" to maple leaf lovers, from Psych and Folk to Experimental.


Hubert Sumlin
Monday, June 30th, 2003, 7pm - 8pm
on
Jonesville Station
The Blues legend returns to Jonesville for an hour of conversation and performance.


Edward Tenner
Monday, June 30th, 2003, 6pm - 7pm
on
The Speakeasy with Dorian
Scholar/author Edward Tenner on the past and future of body technology and his new book, "Our Own Devices."


Mandog
Saturday, June 28th, 2003, 2am - 6am
on
Janitor From Mars with R. Lim
Keiichi Miyashita created Mandog as a way of combining his love for experimental "krautrock" electronics with his training in jazz guitar. In doing so, he developed a wondrous, psychedelic style of improvisation that he calls "instant composing." The Janitor From Mars is proud to present Mandog's US live debut, recorded at WFMU while Miyashita was in town to play with Damo Suzuki.


Steinski
Friday, June 27th, 2003, 5pm - 6pm
on
Re:Mixology with DJ Jesuspants
Indeed, Steinski has earned the crown of being the godfather of cut-and-paste, having produced such classics as "The Motorcade Sped On", and the world-famous Lessons series that have influenced (and have been replicated) by everyone from DJ Shadow to Kid Koala. Steinski also presented a regular show in the 90's on WFMU called A Rough Mix. Tonight check out a cross-section of Steinski's great cut-up career.


Henry Stone
Friday, June 27th, 2003, Noon - 3pm
on
Monica's show
Join Monica and Mr. C as they interview music industry legend and godfather of "The Miami Sound," Henry Stone. Producer, promoter, talent scout, distributor, and label owner, Stone has done it ALL - from selling records out of the trunk of his car in the late 1940s to ushering in the disco era in the 70s via his T.K. label. They'll discuss the wild and woolly days of the post-war music industry as well as his work with James Brown, Hank Ballard, Sam & Dave, Ray Charles, Lightnin' Hopkins, George McCrae, Timmy Thomas, Betty Wright, K.C. & The Sunshine Band, L'Trimm, and MANY more.


Sonny Hopson
Thursday, June 26th, 2003, 6pm - 7pm
on
Aircheck
Aside from being a general music svengali and independent label-owner, Philly's "Mighty Burner" Sonny Hopson ruled the AM radio waves. This 1969 WHAT aircheck serves up scorching soul, ad-libbed commercials, wild chatter, and more. These brilliant recordings come from Philly Archives.


The Leghounds
Thursday, June 26th, 2003, 3pm - 6pm
on
Three Chord Monte with Joe Belock
They sure know how to rock AND roll in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. If you don't believe that, tune in to hear stripped down, catchy scorchers in the spirit of the Devil Dogs, Ramones, and other luminaries.


An Hour of Kiddiecasting
Wednesday, June 25th, 2003, 7pm - 8pm
on
The Audio Kitchen with The Professor
Give a kid a microphone, and there's a good chance that he or she will transform into a fledgling announcer and start selling products and giving weather reports. It's one of the most common and entertaining types of amateur recordings out there. In this hour of kiddiecasting we'll explore international skeet shooting, problems in the Pooperscooper family, and everyday life on the planet Zortex.


Men Attack Octopuss
Wednesday, June 25th, 2003, 2am - 6am
on Orphan program

Matt Motel (of the Shadow Maps) and G Lucas Crane (of Dufus) ride the noise folk connection by plugging into WFMU's sound boards and playing their handcrafted blend of tape drone, synth noise, and found sound manipulations -- hoping to melt the minds of listeners.


"The Engineer Intends to Wreck the Train"
Tuesday, June 24th, 2003, 6pm - 7pm
on
Dave Emory's show
Part 412 in Dave Emory's "For the Record" series


Johnnie Johnson
Monday, June 23rd, 2003, 7pm - 8pm
on
Jonesville Station
The Father of Rock & Roll Piano (tm) will join Glen for conversation and a live in-studio performance. Johnson was a long time collaborator of Chuck Berry and is a member of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.


Greg Trooper
Monday, June 23rd, 2003, 3pm - 6pm
on
Trash, Twang and Thunder with Meredith Ochs
Singer/songwriter Greg Trooper is usually associated with Nashville or Austin, but he's a New Jersey native. His new album, "Floating", is on Sugar Hill records, and he'll play some songs live in the studio.


Double Leopards
Sunday, June 22nd, 2003, 3am - 6am
on
Airborne Event with Dan Bodah
Tune in and turn on to New York's own Double Leopards. Their rich improvised soundscapes bring hints of Throbbing Gristle and Pink Floyd. Check out their new album on the U-Sound Archive label and another coming soon on Eclipse.


Todd fills in for Rex today
Saturday, June 21st, 2003, 3pm - 5pm
on
Todd-o-phonic Todd's show

Qayum Karzai
Friday, June 20th, 2003, 6pm - 7pm
on
Aerial View with Chris T.
Chris T welcomes the President of Afghanistan's older brother, Qayum Karzai [PRONOUNCED KUY-EM KAR-ZAY] He was a political adviser to the King of Afghanistan before the Soviet invasion, and currently serves as a liason in the United States. Mr. Karzai's father was assassinated for standing up to the Taliban. He'll be here to help answer questions about the Taliban, Osama bin Laden, and whether or not we've we lived up to our promises in Afghanistan. Find out how Bush and the U.S. is TRULY viewed in Afghanistan now - and what we can learn about Iraq by looking at Afghanistan. There is no source closer to what's REALLY going on over there so tune in for what should be a revealing hour.


Otis Fodder kicks off a new season of Re:Mixology
Friday, June 20th, 2003, 5pm - 6pm
on
Re:Mixology with DJ Jesuspants
A return to the airwaves of hour mixes especially made for WFMU by some of the world's most respected innovators in collage, turntablism, mash-ups and general sounds manipulation. Different guests weekly, introduced to you by DJ Jesuspants. To kick it off, it's the Bran Flakes' mastermind presenting an hour of exclusive-to-WFMU material; we're told Don Henley lands in the mix with former Incorrect Music hostess Michelle Boule! One hour of audio madness.


Jared from The Sound Library
Friday, June 20th, 2003, 3pm - 5pm
on
Nickel and Dime Radio with $mall ¢hange
Nickel and Dime Radio rolls out the red carpet for Jared of the Sound Library family. Needless to say, working at one of NYC's top stores is a nice way to acquire dope rekkids, and Jared has plenty of 'em. Expect some rarities and then some.


The Spittoons
Thursday, June 19th, 2003, 8pm - 11pm
on
Music To Spazz By with Dave the Spazz
Fun City's premiere purveyors of non-schlub oldies, The Spittoons return to rock & roll you and (generally speaking) make you feel glad all over!


Ernie K-Doe
Thursday, June 19th, 2003, 6pm - 7pm
on
Aircheck
Last summer's look back at the ghosts of radio's past returns to WFMU's airwaves. Once again, WFMU spends an hour bringing you unusual events and unqiue (and often warped) personalities from the history of radio broadcasting, sometimes including WFMU's own archives. To kick off the season this week: Ernie K-Doe will always be remembered for his 1961 hit "Mother-In-Law" but nothing can compare to his on-air antics at radio station WWOZ in the 1980's. He often played his own records, plugged upcoming appearances and told outlandish stories. Tonight on Aircheck It's time to "Burn, K-Doe, Burn!!"


The Immortal Lee County Killers
Thursday, June 19th, 2003, 3pm - 6pm
on
Three Chord Monte with Joe Belock
Rising from the ashes of Alabama garage legends the Quadrajets, this duo has gone beyond blues, garage, punk and probably some other kind of music.


Pot Luck
Wednesday, June 18th, 2003, 7pm - 8pm
on
The Audio Kitchen with The Professor
A smorgasbord of found and amateur audio. This week, the first of many kitty love songs, a tale of teenage passion at a Taco Bell, adolescents poking fun at the world of psychology, a compelling upper middle class answering machine tape, some sweet audio letters, and perhaps the spastic jabbering of children hopped up on sugar.


Petra-vaganza! (from 2-3 PM)
Wednesday, June 18th, 2003, Noon - 3pm
on
Irwin Chusid
Hear 60 minutes of music by vocalist-violinist Petra Haden, including a number of unreleased projects. From the past, the program will feature recordings by her former band, That Dog, and a duet album Haden released with accordionist Miss Murgatroid. From the future, hear selections from Petra's unreleased a cappella re-creation of the Who album "The Who Sell Out", as well as unreleased collaborative works which team Petra with guitarists Bill Frisell and Woody Jackson.


The Woes
Wednesday, June 18th, 2003, 2am - 6am
on Orphan program

A five piece from New York, The Woes rattle their blues and draw on inspiration from the idiosyncratic reaches of country, delta blues, and rock and roll to the more modern sounds of The Dead Milkmen and Cage. The words "whiskey driven swamp rattle" come to mind as they stomp and sway through a set at the WFMU studios. Also featuring solo material by lead singer/writer Ossei Essed.


"The Bayer Facts: I.G. Farben and the Politics of Murder"
Tuesday, June 17th, 2003, 6pm - 7pm
on
Dave Emory's show
Part 411 in Dave Emory's "For the Record" series


Ian McCulloch
Monday, June 16th, 2003, 7pm - 8pm
on
Jonesville Station
The lead singer of Echo & The Bunnymen joins Glen to discuss his life and career as well as his new solo release "Slideling". McCulloch, who is sometimes known as Mac the Mouth, is also expected to discuss a variety of other subjects ranging from Frank Sinatra to the art of smoking.


Susan J. Napier
Monday, June 16th, 2003, 6pm - 7pm
on
The Speakeasy with Dorian
Anime as scholarly subject? Susan J. Napier, professor of Japanese Literature and Culture at the University of Texas at Austin, will discuss the art and culture of Anime.


Diana Darby
Monday, June 16th, 2003, 3pm - 6pm
on
Trash, Twang and Thunder with Meredith Ochs
She isn't particularly trashy or thunderous -- more dark and disturbed.  She'll play songs from her new album, "Fantasia Ball", and talk about her recent near-death experience.


Tim Sweeney of "Beats in Space"
Sunday, June 15th, 2003, 5pm - 7pm
on Nickel and Dime Radio with $mall ¢hange

$mall ˘hange welcomes Tim Sweeney of WNYU's 'Beats In Space' show in Radio Exchange part two electric muthaFUNKing boogaloo. Tim is a great funky ass eclectic selector who's down with our own Steinski and has an excellent monthly party at NYC hotspot APT. His show on WNYU has been running for years and is archived at beatsinspace.com.


Acid Mothers Temple Soul Collective
Sunday, June 15th, 2003, 3am - 6am
on
Airborne Event with Dan Bodah
Kawabata Makoto and the gang bring their psychedelic hurricane back to the WFMU studios. They're in the US for the Acid Mothers Temple Soul Collective tour, including Makoto's side project Tsurubami, Cotton and Higashi's side project Pardons, and Makoto playing solo guitar. Check it out on Airborn Event airing at 3:30 AM on the Saturday overnight.


A Musical Eulogy for Chris Beyer
Saturday, June 14th, 2003, 5pm - 7pm
on
Gaylord Fields's show
With the help of suggestions from several members of the WFMU family, Gaylord Fields and Robin Edgerton will present a program wholly inspired by the warped and beautiful musical mind of former full-time WFMU staffer, fill-in DJ and all-around mensch Chris Beyer, who recently passed away after a long illness. The two-hour program will span Chris' love for an obscene variety of song, as it veers from dulcet British folk to blistering L.A. punk, from keening guitar heroes to puerile novelty tunes -- not to mention vocal contributions from more than one woman named Anna. Both Eugene Chadbourne and the Hullabaloos will be heard from. Requiescat in pace, Chris.


Listener Beth Renaud spins her platters that matter
Saturday, June 14th, 2003, 9am - 10am
on
The Listener Hour

The Shaveks
Thursday, June 12th, 2003, 11pm - 2am
on
Pat Duncan's show
The Shaveks are from Northern New Jersey & play tough punk rock influenced by the Dead Boys & The Stooges. 


Pauline Oliveros
Wednesday, June 11th, 2003, 8pm - 11pm
on
Kenny G's Hour of Pain
Kenny G welcomes experimental music legend Pauline Oliveros to his show. Pauline will be chatting with Kenny about her upcoming Deep Listening Band events and workshops and will be playing her accordion live in the WFMU studios. They'll also be listening to Oliveros' early electronic music and discussing how it intersects with glitch and new electronic music being made today.


"Deja-Vu All Over Again"
Tuesday, June 10th, 2003, 6pm - 7pm
on
Dave Emory's show
Part 410 in Dave Emory's "For the Record" series


Rocket from the Tombs
Tuesday, June 10th, 2003, 3pm - 6pm
on
Brian Turner's show
Only recently have legit recordings surfaced from this legendary Cleveland 70s proto-punk gang, and 27 years after they broke up, they're in the WFMU studios playing live yet again. They're not in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, but they're responsible for undeniable punk classics like "Sonic Reducer", "30 Seconds Over Tokyo," and "Ain't It Fun". Richard Lloyd of Television takes over guitar duties for the late Peter Laughner, and David Thomas (visionary of Pere Ubu among other things), Cheetah Chrome (Dead Boys), Steve Mehlman, and Craig Bell are all in the WFMU studio today, fresh from a jawdropping appearance at Thomas's Disastodrome fest in L.A. Don't miss out, because it's not going to be archived!


Jennifer Gentle
Monday, June 9th, 2003, 8pm - 11pm
on
Scott Williams's show
Tune in to hear Scott's oft-proclaimed "Favorite New Band" -- yes! This is them!! Jennifer Gentle is a collection of Italian weirdos whose singular musical bubble mixes whimsy, wanton hysteria, and Big Psychedelic Freakouts. Like Syd Barrett fronting the Acid Mothers Temple -- in Italy.


Classie Freddie Blassie + Isaac Hayes
Monday, June 9th, 2003, 7pm - 8pm
on
Jonesville Station
Black & Tan Edition:  Prior to his recent death, The Hollywood Fashion Plate, Classy Freddie Blassie discussed his life and times in Pro Wrestling with Glen. Sadly this prerecorded interview was Blassies last. Also Isaac Hayes joins Glen for a conversation regarding his 40 years of making soul music.


Peter Howe
Monday, June 9th, 2003, 6pm - 7pm
on
The Speakeasy with Dorian
Peter Howe, photojournalist, NYTimes Magazine picture editor, Life magazine Director of Photography, and VP of photography and creative service at Corbis talks about combat photography and the personalities involved, and his book, "Shooting Under Fire".


The Twin Atlas
Monday, June 9th, 2003, 3pm - 6pm
on
Irene Trudel's show
Dreamy, atmospheric acoustic-pop springing from the mind of Sean Byrne (who's also spun a few tunes with Lenola, Mazarin, and Matt Pond PA) and Luke Zaleski. The Twin Atlas' 3rd CD is "Bring Along the Weather," and they'll play this time as a trio, adding guitarist Keith to the pleasant mix.


Freeform fill-in for JM in the AM
Friday, June 6th, 2003, 6am - 9am
on
Steve Krinsky's show

Shiner Massive
Thursday, June 5th, 2003, 11pm - 2am
on
Pat Duncan's show
Shiner Massive combine their freedom-rock roots with their love of the microphone. Their live show combines live-jungle beats and classic hip-hop style.


Question Mark
Thursday, June 5th, 2003, 8pm - 11pm
on
Music To Spazz By with Dave the Spazz
From his native planet of Mars to hitting big with the greatest 45 ever recorded (96 Tears) to dropping in on Music To Spazz By, the legendary Question Mark brings us up to date on the finer points of rock & roll and dog breeding.


"Deli Life" by Jami Attenberg
Wednesday, June 4th, 2003, 7pm - 8pm
on
Read 'Em and Weep with Bronwyn C.
Ms. Attenberg's book is about hanging out at delis in NYC. She's written for Nylon, Salon, and a buncha websites that are no longer with us. And she's read her work at KGB, the Emerging Arts Festival , and the Comedy Central Workspace in LA. On June 12 she'll be reading at Halcyon in Brooklyn, but first she's gonna be LIVE in the WFMU studios on Read 'em and Weep.


"Let's Make a Deal, Part 2"
Tuesday, June 3rd, 2003, 6pm - 7pm
on
Dave Emory's show
Part 409 in Dave Emory's "For the Record" series


Oakley Hall
Monday, June 2nd, 2003, 11pm - 2am
on Moonshine Heather with Eva

Eva hosts a set from Brooklyn country-rockers Oakley Hall. Tune in and join this 8-piece band complete with fiddle, pedal steel, and multiple excellent singers, including Crazee, formerly of Oneida.


Weird Al Yankovic
Monday, June 2nd, 2003, 7pm - 8pm
on
Jonesville Station
Weird Al Yankovic is the best selling comedy artist of all time and he joins Glen in studio for an hour of conversation.


Diane Ravitch
Monday, June 2nd, 2003, 6pm - 7pm
on The Speakeasy with Dorian

Diane Ravitch talks about textbook censorship and her new book, "The Language Police: How Pressure Groups Restrict What Students Learn".


Pothole Skinny
Monday, June 2nd, 2003, 3pm - 6pm
on
Irene Trudel's show
On their debut album, "Time Shapes the Forest Lake," these psyche-folksters craft a minimalist landscape of acouctic guitars, flutes, cello, percussive effects and odd voices from the aether. They'll drop by to perform some audio spells and chat.


High Speed Pursuit! Officer Tom hosts the Listener Hour
Saturday, May 31st, 2003, 9am - 10am
on
The Listener Hour


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