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Jazztacular #1
Friday, November 28th, 6am - 9am
Knuckle Sandwich with Dave Bombay
Join the people's champion, Dave Bombay, for a very special Jazztacular on Knuckle Sandwich this week. For no particular reason, Mr. Bombay will seduce you for 3 hours with an awkward and mildly erotic array of jazz. Wake up, tune in, then fall back asleep to the smooth sounds of JAZZTACULAR NUMBER ONE. Bebop-ski-doo-wop pow. JAZZ.

Faye fills in for Evan w/guests Takako Minekawa and Dustin Wong
Wednesday, November 26th, 9pm - Midnight
on Hello Children with Faye

Faye welcomes Dustin Wong & Takako Minekawa, master weavers of electronic sound, voice, & guitar to the WFMU airwaves on this special edition of Hello Children! When Dustin Wong, former member of Ponytail & purveyor of beautiful guitar landscapes returns to WFMU with Japanese electronic musician/composer Takako Minekawa (who's worked with the likes of Cornelius & Buffalo Daughter) fantastical melodies are created in all colors of the imagination. Echoes of Haruomi Hosono, YMO, & the Tenniscoats can be heard throughout. All this topped off with a lovely interview about making electronic music in Japan! Their latest collaborative record "Savage Imagination" was released in September on Thrill Jockey.

Joe Frank - In the Dark: "Pilgrim (Part 1)"
Wednesday, November 26th, 3pm - 6pm
Irwin Chusid
One-hour radio dramas by Joe Frank air alternate Wednesdays at 4pm (Eastern) on Irwin's program. The episode entitled "Pilgrim (Part 1)" airs Weds. November 26th. Joe recounts, in nauseating detail, the annual ritual of overindulging at a lavish family Thanksgiving dinner. He then offers the history of the feast, the story of the Pilgrims, and chronicles of pilgrimages around the world.

Thomas Carnacki
Wednesday, November 26th, Midnight - 3am
on Wm. Berger presents My Castle of Quiet

Thomas Carnacki's music covers unexpected ground, for what one might expect from a solo "noise" artist, i.e., less hard noise, more psych, more akin to something like Organum or NWW, more like previous My Castle of Quiet guests Hoor-paar-Kraat. Hovering drones, horizontal scapes, with acid-tinged themes that emerge, and then dissipate, and more "organic" sounds also touching down, then lifting off. With guest vocals and other sounds from Jesse Quattro. A real treat for Castle listeners, to be sure!

Live broadcast from Brooklyn Farmacy
Tuesday, November 25th, 8pm - 9pm
on The Ragged Antique Phonograph Program with MAC and Mike the Barber

Join MAC and Mike as they set up their Gramophones and broadcast a selection of olde 78 rpm records for this LIVE broadcast. The music starts spinning at 7pm and hits the WFMU airwaves from 8pm-9pm. Enjoy sweet treats, hand made by the jerks along with a menu of shellac for your ears! Brooklyn Farmacy is located at 513 Henry St, Brooklyn.

Author Nick Bertozzi
Tuesday, November 25th, 9am - Noon
This Is The Modern World with Trouble
Let the celebrations begin! Illustrator and Author Nick Bertozzi will be a guest on This is the Modern World with Trouble on Nov 25, 9-noon . While paying hommage to the gods of NaWriNoMo, we'll be talking about why explorers leave on long arduous journeys in October, and how to write a graphic novel. What, you don't follow the path of NaWriNoMo? It's National Write a Novel Month, people! Get your read on.

Chris March from "Project Runway" and musical guest Bright Brown
Monday, November 24th, 9pm - Midnight
The Goddamn Dave Hill Show
This week, Dave welcomes Chris March from "Project Runway" and musical guest Bright Brown.

Gary Troxel of The Fleetwoods
Monday, November 24th, 8pm - 9pm
Night People
Lead vocalist of The Fleetwoods, Gary Troxel checks in with Night People to discuss the early years of Rock and Roll and the stories behind hits like "Come Softly" and "Mr. Blue".

AJ Davila Y Terror Amor
Monday, November 24th, Noon - 3pm
on Three Chord Monte with Joe Belock

A.J., bassist and chief songwriter for those crazed garage-punkers from San Juan, Davila 666, released his first solo effort "Terror Amor" in February of this year. To take it on the road, he put together a band under the same name as the LP and that combo, which includes another Davila 666 alum in lead guitarist Johnny Otis Davila, has spent all of 2014 touring the world, becoming super tight and super prolific, cranking out enough new material for a second LP in 2014. That album, "Beibi", will be out soon on Burger Records.

James Lovell: Garifuna Music - African Roots in Central America
Saturday, November 22nd, 6pm - 9pm
on Transpacific Sound Paradise with Rob Weisberg

Singer, bandleader and educator James Lovell, originally from Belize, has dedicated his life to spreading the Afro-Caribbean Garifuna culture and language through music. On Saturday November 29th he'll perform at Silvana on W 116th St. in Harlem to celebrate a deeply meaningful holiday in Belize: Garifuna Settlement Day, which commemorates the settlement of the Garifuna people in Belize after being exiled from the Grenadines by the British army. And he'll spread Garifuna culture and music over WFMU's airwaves tonight!

Jonathan Richman!
Saturday, November 22nd, 11am - 1pm
Michael Shelley's show
Michael Shelley welcomes one of the world’s greatest and most influential songwriters and performers to the show: Jonathan Richman!

Vashti Bunyan
Saturday, November 22nd, 6am - 9am
Shrunken Planet with Jeffrey Davison
Vashti Bunyan's 1970 album, "Just Another Diamond Day", is considered one of the keystone recordings of that UK music scene, as its sound and backstory seem the very distillation of that time and place. Her rediscovery by a new generation of musicians led to her 2005 "Lookaftering" and now her brand new "Heartleap", which bookend her 1970 LP. Each of the records is connected by being at once a look back to another time, of being very much in the present, and also possessing an out-of-time quality, all of which continue to beguile listeners. In a recent phone conversation, she and I spoke at length about the time leading up to her debut album and also about the making of her two subsequent records.

Brian Coleman
Friday, November 21st, 7pm - 8pm
Put The Needle On The Record with Billy Jam
Hip-hop author Brian Coleman's just published "Check the Technique Volume 2" picks up where the 2007 published first volume and its 2005 predecessor left off with "more liner notes for hip-hop junkies." The thick book's 25 fact-packed chapters contain over 80 interviews that meticulously present the back story to 25 classic hip-hop albums. The Boston-based author will join Billy Jam on this week's "Put The Needle On The Record" Friday, November 21st at 7pm on WFMU.

Hunted Down
Wednesday, November 19th, 8pm - 9pm
Infinite Distortion
Syracuse, New York's most depraved pack of dinkers scummed up the WFMU studios, so with great reluctance we present HUNTED DOWN live on Infinite Distortion. Unforgiving hardcore from certified weirdos.

Tony Rettman, Author of NYHC: New York Hardcore 1980-1990
Tuesday, November 18th, 6pm - 7pm
Aerial View with Chris T.
The new book NYHC: New York Hardcore 1980 - 1990 is out and author Tony Rettman will join Chris T. on Aerial View Tuesday, Nov. 18 to discuss the people. bands, clubs, culture and music of that era.

Joe Pera / Corn Mo
Monday, November 17th, 9pm - Midnight
The Goddamn Dave Hill Show
Dave's guests tonight are comedian Joe Pera and musician Corn Mo.

The Monsieurs plus The Love Me Nots
Monday, November 17th, Noon - 3pm
Three Chord Monte with Joe Belock
Three Chord Monte moves to Mondays, and for the first show get ready for a double blast of killer garage punk! First up is The Monsieurs. Andy MacBain from Boston hardcore legends Tunnel of Love leads this high-octane lo-fi power trio who just put out their self-titled debut LP on Black Gladiator. Then, roaring out of the Arizona desert is the fuzz and farfisa-driven sounds of the Love Me Nots, whose new album Sucker is rocketing up the Teenage Wasteland charts.

Rashad Becker
Sunday, November 16th, 7pm - 9pm
Daniel Blumin's show
Having worked at Basic Channel-founded Dubplates & Mastering for almost two decades, Rashad Becker has mastered hundreds of releases by the likes of Vladislav Delay, Pan Sonic, Ryoji Ikeda, and Plastikman. When his terrific debut LP, Traditional Music of Notional Species Vol. 1 emerged in 2013, the world finally got a chance to catch a glimpse of Rashad's own sound world, in which alien transmissions from ailing communication devices of the future meet clusters of electronic tones from a mechanized rainforest. Tune in for the live session the day after Rashad performs with Eli Keszler at Issue Project Room in Brooklyn and be glad you did!

Producer Glyn Johns
Saturday, November 15th, 11am - 1pm
on Michael Shelley's show

Michael Shelley welcomes legendary music producer Glyn Johns, who has just published a new book "Sound Man: A Life Recording Hits with The Rolling Stones, The Who, Led Zeppelin, The Eagles, Eric Clapton, The Faces . . ."

SoKo & Amber Benson
Thursday, November 13th, 3am - 6am
Dark Night of the Soul with Julie
French actor/singer SoKo took time from her busy birthday schedule during CMJ to come play and eat gluten-free cupcakes in the WFMU studio. Recently known for her song "We Might Be Dead by Tomorrow" featured in the viral "First Kiss" video, SoKo has a long illustrious career in TV and film, adding music to her repertoire in 2007. After her first album, "I thought I was an Alien," full of soft haunting songs she's now going into a more new wave direction musically but keeping the sad soulfulness that has always permeated her music. Also featured in this show is a brief interview with actor/writer Amber Benson (Buffy the Vampire Slayer TV show & comic books, The Morganville Vampire web series, The Calliope-Reaper Jones novels) conducted in the chaos of the 2014 New York Comic-Con.

Wednesday, November 12th, 9pm - Midnight
on The Evan "Funk" Davies Show

The Canadian rock band Sloan released their first record in 1992. 22 years later their lineup remains unchanged, and their albums remain brilliant. Their brand new album Commonwealth (Yep Roc) is their first since 2011 and is released as a double LP, with one side devoted to each of the four band members. Sloan is currently touring the northeast and mid-Atlantic states as well as Canada in support of this new album, and they're giving up a rare night off to come out and record a session at WFMU! Tune in to the Evan "Funk" Davies show Wednesday night Nov. 12 at 9pm for this special live set -- unless of course you're going to see them that night at the Bowery Ballroom! Check for additional live dates throughout November.

Bastard Noise
Wednesday, November 12th, 8pm - 9pm
Infinite Distortion
Bastard Noise's Eric Wood (Man Is The Bastard, Pillsbury Hardcore, Neanderthal) has spent decades perfecting his craft of total sonic dominance. He brings his unique brand of electronic music to WFMU's Infinite Distortion with new B.N. member Anthony Saunders (Dataclast, Existence in Decline). Desolate images of a burnt out world echo through an uncaring universe. Hear one of the premier modern doomsday prophets ply his cruel trade on ye olde WFMU this Wednesday night at 8pm on Infinite Distortion with Bosh!

Joe Frank - Somewhere Out There: "Red Sea"
Wednesday, November 12th, 3pm - 6pm
Irwin Chusid
One-hour radio dramas by Joe Frank air alternate Wednesdays at 4pm (Eastern) on Irwin's program. On Weds. November 12th we'll air "Red Sea," from Joe's SOMEWHERE OUT THERE series. Joe is a successful, mentally deranged televangelist who loses his faith, abandons his ministry, and experiences an epiphany in the desert. Also, have you heard the one about the rabbi’s faithless wife, the eunuch, and the hermaphrodite? If not, tune in.

Atticus Lish / Giancarlo Ditrapano / Scott Klopfenstein
Tuesday, November 11th, 9pm - Midnight
The Goddamn Dave Hill Show
Tonight Dave welcome author Atticus Lish, Giancarlo Ditrapano (editor of NY Tyrant), and musician Scott Klopfenstein.

Reigning Sound
Tuesday, November 11th, Noon - 3pm
on Three Chord Monte with Joe Belock

Greg Cartwright is back with his first Reigning Sound LP in 5 years, the sublime and brilliant "Shattered." The new LP delivers more of an R&B vibe than the previous garage-punk mayhem, recorded at Daptone in New York as Cartwright channels the soul influence from his native Memphis.

Mary Lattimore and Jeff Ziegler
Monday, November 10th, Noon - 3pm
on Irene Trudel's show

After a long collaborative past, harpist Mary Lattimore and multi-instrumentalist Jeff Zeigler have just released "Slant of Light," a beautifully impressionistic set of improvisations. Lattimore’s elaborate melodies are meditatively enhanced by a lush compliment of Zeigler’s tonal beds of synthesizer and guitar. Mary Lattimore and Jeff Ziegler visit Irene's show for a live performance on WFMU.

Ex Hex
Monday, November 10th, Midnight - 3am
Therese's show
Power trio Ex Hex is guitarist/singer Mary Timony (Wild Flag, Helium, Autoclave), bassist/singer Betsy Wright (Childballads) and drummer Laura Harris (Aquarium, Benjy Ferree). Their debut album, Rips (out now on Merge), might be the most accurately titled album ever. Ex Hex stopped by to chat, play a couple of songs and crash out for a bit on our floor.

HONK NYC! video simulcast: See what happened when 6 insane brass bands took over Monty Hall!
Saturday, November 8th, 6pm - 9pm
on Transpacific Sound Paradise with Rob Weisberg
(on WFMU stream & FM radio & Video)
Last month Transpacific Sound Paradise and HONK NYC! teamed up to bring an international activist brass band performance spectacle to WFMU's Monty Hall. Six bands played hysterical marching band music, adorned in warped band uniforms, cavorting riotously around Monty Hall on-stage and off! And now you too can see it all. During tonight's broadcast, you can watch the video stream on the WFMU home page and with the WFMU mobile app. Featuring performances by Pakava It' (Russia) + Radio Kaizman (France) + Les Muses Tanguent (France) + Chaotic Noise (Seattle) + Environmental Encroachment (Chicago) + Himalayas (NY). Brass band bedlam - don't miss it!

Gary Calamar & Kathy Valentine
Saturday, November 8th, 11am - 1pm
Michael Shelley's show
Michael Shelley welcomes Gary Calamar who hosts a radio show at KCRW, is a well know music supervisor (True Blood, Dexter, House), author (Record Store Days) and has just release (on Atlantic Records) a new ep of catchy, melodic rock and roll songs called “You Are What You Listen To,” Michael also welcomes former Go-Go's bassist Kathy Valentine who is in town with her new band BlueBonnet for shows at Arlene's Grocery and The Rock Shop.

Taylor Swift White Noise Remix Context
Friday, November 7th, 3pm - 6pm
Miniature Minotaurs with Kurt Gottschalk
On Oct. 21, an apparent glitch at the Canadian iTunes Headquarters resulted in an eight-second file of white noise and silence being made available on for download as "Track 3" from Taylor Swift's upcoming album "1989." The little blurt of an mp3 quickly topped the Canadian iTunes sales charts.

Whether or not Ms. Swift is venturing into the world of sound art or digital culture jamming remains to be seen but that's not stopping us from announcing the TAYLOR SWIFT WHITE NOISE REMIX CONTEST. Download the original track here, bleach it, rinse it, fold it and email the finished product (as an mp3 or download link) to miniature.minotaurs [at] gmail [dot] com by 11/4 (Reverse Information Day). A panel of listeners who donated to Miniature Minotaurs during the October Silent Fundraiser will judge the entries and the results will be revealed on Miniature Minotaurs on Friday, November 7 (3-6 pm).

Adolphe Sax's 200th Birthday Saxophone Special
Thursday, November 6th, 9pm - Midnight
Music To Spazz By with Dave the Spazz
It's saxophone inventor Adolphe Sax's 200th birthday and Music To Spazz By is really gonna blow. Wailin', swingin' like a rusty axe saxophone noise all night long!

Autodrone & Be Forest
Thursday, November 6th, 3am - 6am
Dark Night of the Soul with Julie
Despite a name that makes them sound like shoegazers, Autodrone owe as big a debt to late 60s psychedelia as they do early 90s walls of noise. Post-punky pop with throbbing bass lines, dark synths, dense guitars that occasionally venture into prog rock territory with strong female vocals. Also that night, Italian ambient ethereal gazers Be Forest stop in during their very first tour of the U.S. Their whispery female vocals over echoing guitars harken back to 4AD bands of the early 90s. One band to dance to, one dance to drift to, taking you right into morning.

Wednesday, November 5th, 8pm - 9pm
on Infinite Distortion

Distort Jersey City's Reed Dunlea will be co-hosting this show, bringing us a live session from Honey. This Brooklyn trio plays some rock n' roll that you all wish you heard more often. No nonsense long haired freaks, but with some really unique moments shining through. You probably recognize them from their North Brooklyn day jobs at Academy Records, Union Pool, and Ontario Bar. For those about to rock, we implore you to listen.

Larry Murphy plus We Are Scientists
Tuesday, November 4th, 9pm - Midnight
The Goddamn Dave Hill Show
This week, Dave welcomes comedian Larry Murphy (Bob's Burgers) and musical guest We Are Scientists.

Chrome special with Helios Creed
Tuesday, November 4th, 3pm - 6pm
Brian Turner's show
When guitarist Helios Creed met up with Damon Edge and joined the San Francisco band Chrome in 1977, the world got an acid-fried, dystopian sci-fi version of the Stooges that blasted out two records that no other band has come near replicating the warped genius of. Alien Soundtracks and Half Machine Lip Moves utilized a Hendrix kind of freeform aesthetic mixed with tapes, feedback, metal percussion and cutup soundscapes all heightening the band's projections of a world of abusive technology and zombie warfare. They later became probably the most unheralded cornerstone of 80's industrial music, and in the new millenium, scores of garage punks have scrapped traditional approaches and followed Helios Creed's moves more than ever. With Damon having passed away in 2005, Creed (who has had a long solo career since 1985) now rechristens Chrome and has released the new album Feel It Like A Scientist. Brian talks at length today with Helios and gets the lowdown on the past and present of this incredible and unique psychedelic punk band.

Lee Bains III and the Glory Fires
Tuesday, November 4th, Noon - 3pm
on Three Chord Monte with Joe Belock

Lee and his Glory Fires blast out high-octane, high-energy road-raging rock and roll from the South but this ain't your typical classic Southern rock. Stereotypes, myths and misconceptions of southern culture get debunked, decoded, rearranged and deranged then taken out behind the woodshed for a good 21st-century working over. We'll rock, we'll roll and probably learn a thing or two as the Birmingham barnstormers blast through tunes from their new LP, "Dereconstruction." and hopefully a few oldies as well.

Annea Lockwood
Tuesday, November 4th, 9am - Noon
This Is The Modern World with Trouble
Legendary sound artist Annea Lockwood will be a guest on This is the Modern World with Trouble on Nov 4. Along with curator and artist Stephan Moore, Annea will discuss one of her most recent projects, Wild Energy, recently part of the group show "In the Garden of Sonic Delights". Annea is a composer and performer who works with acoustic sounds and voices, recorded natural environments and spoken word.

Xylouris-White: Drum and (Cretan) Lute Explorations
Saturday, November 1st, 6pm - 9pm
on Transpacific Sound Paradise with Rob Weisberg

George Xylouris, brilliant laouto (lute) player from the Greek island of Crete, and Jim White, visionary drummer with Australia's Dirty Three among others, have joined forces. On their debut album Goats (Other Music), Xylouris-White deftly deconstruct traditional style songs from Crete as well as taking off on fully modern improvisatory journeys. Hear the full dynamic range of Xylouris-White live tonight on WFMU!

Author Rick Bragg
Saturday, November 1st, 1pm - 3pm
Fool's Paradise with Rex
It’s all Killer, no Filler this Saturday from 1-3 PM EST on Fool’s Paradise as Rex welcomes author Rick Bragg to the fur-lined fallout shelter for an in-depth analysis of Jimmy Swaggart’s favorite cousin. Rick’s massive bio "Jerry Lee Lewis: His Own Story" will be discussed at great length along with a healthy helping of the sounds that made Ferriday famous. Guaranteed to be as good as Mamie’s tomato gravy and biscuits.

Alex Chilton biographer Holly George-Warren
Saturday, November 1st, 11am - 1pm
on Michael Shelley's show

Michael Shelley welcomes author Holly George-Warren for a discussion of her recent book “A Man Called Destruction: The Life and Music of Alex Chilton, From Box Tops to Big Star to Backdoor Man.”

Miniature Minotaurs Halloween Special
Friday, October 31st, 3pm - 6pm
Miniature Minotaurs with Kurt Gottschalk
What's scarier than classical and classic rock?

Halloween III
Friday, October 31st, 9am - Noon
Imaginary Radio with Chris M.
For the third year running it's the Halloween special! Three hours of spooky songs; a real horror show! It's famous!

Mischief Night Halloween Spooktacular!
Thursday, October 30th, 9pm - Midnight
Music To Spazz By with Dave the Spazz
Join Dave the Spazz and Bingo the Chimp for scary songs all night long!

Listener Cecile
Thursday, October 30th, Noon - 3pm
Diane's Kamikaze Fun Machine
The enigmatic yet loquacious sponsor of the Fun Machine for 2014, Listener Cecile will be Diane's Peer Pressure guest this week! Tune in to hear the tastes of the personality that blows up the Playlist Comments weekly! She will be live and listeners can have their way with her by posting their questions in real time.

Auto Bonfire
Thursday, October 30th, 3am - 6am
on Dark Night of the Soul with Julie

Remember the 80s? Remember it through filtered ears where all the music is good? New York band Auto Bonfire, featuring Derek Davidson and Esther Crow of The Electric Mess, take all the good qualities of 80s music and leave behind the garbage, coming up with a fresh mix of new wave, post-punk and technopop centered around Esther's throaty alto vocals.

Ultimate Painting
Wednesday, October 29th, 9pm - Midnight
on The Evan "Funk" Davies Show

Ultimate Painting is a new band started by James Hoare of Veronica Falls and Jack Cooper of Mazes. After their bands toured together the two began exchanging demos and getting together for casual jam sessions. That led to some dates opening for Parquet Courts followed by a single release in August and a full-length album, due out at the end of the month on the Trouble In Mind label. The songs have a quiet guitar-driven feel reminiscent of the Velvet Underground or later-period Wire. They're playing at Cake Shop on Saturday afternoon, Oct. 25; if you miss that show you can catch them live on WFMU at 9pm on Wednesday, Oct. 29.

Radio Harvester #8: Pizza, Punk, and DIY Hurricane Sandy Relief Work
Wednesday, October 29th, 8pm - 9pm
Infinite Distortion
Don't miss another installment of Radio Harvester, where NYC's own SLICE HARVESTER speaks with weirdos, punks, and activists alike over a hot slice. This week, he discusses DIY methods of hurricane relief work with friends! It's all on INFINITE DISTORTION at 8pm ET Wednesday night.

I’ll Be Your Mirror
Wednesday, October 29th, 7pm - 10pm
Bodega Pop Live with Gary Sullivan (on Give the Drummer Radio stream)
Listeners, we need your music-collecting stories! Send your sordid and upsetting tales to and Gary will tell your anecdotes and play the related tracks on tonight’s special broadcast. Inspired by Amanda Petrusich's thrilling and hilarious DO NOT SELL AT ANY PRICE: The Wild, Obsessive Hunt for the World's Rarest 78 rpm Records, BPL celebrates our collective mania, as it were, for seeking, locating, acquiring and sharing record albums, tapes and CDs.

Joe Frank - Somewhere Out There: "Three Shingles"
Wednesday, October 29th, 3pm - 6pm
Irwin Chusid
One-hour radio dramas by Joe Frank air alternate Wednesdays at 4pm (Eastern) on Irwin's program. On Weds. October 29th we'll air "Three Shingles," from Joe's SOMEWHERE OUT THERE series. At a Halloween costume party, Joe meets a cynical young woman dressed as Jesus, but she denies being in costume. They discuss her relationship with her Holy Father, then set off by car for places unknown. While she tries to overcome his innate skepticism, Joe doesn't know whether to accept her sacrament or seduce her.

Wm. Berger presents My Castle of Quiet
Wednesday, October 29th, Midnight - 3am
WFMU listeners and noise heads will undoubtedly know Rodger Stella, from his outstanding work in Macronympha, Hollow Bush, and a seemingly endless series of high-caliber collaborations. He's a renaissance sound-smasher for our times. Kyle Clyde (aka Penny Royale aka Kyle Eyre Clyd) has graced My Castle of Quiet with a live performance before, and continues to create transcendent sound art under her various noms-de-art. They're on tour together, and we're thrilled to host an exclusive, collaborative set on our 10/29 show, stirring a heady brew just ahead of All Hallow's Eve.

Thomas Pryor, Jordan Morris, and Mike Shannon
Tuesday, October 28th, 9pm - Midnight
The Goddamn Dave Hill Show
Tonight, Dave's guests will be Thomas Pryor (I Hate the Dallas Cowboys), comedian Jordan Morris, and musical guest Mike Shannon.

The Above
Tuesday, October 28th, Noon - 3pm
on Three Chord Monte with Joe Belock

The Brooklyn beat masters return to WFMU hot off the release of their brand new LP, "Waterbury Street." And after this hot session, be sure to catch this mod squad live and in-person Nov. 1 at the Delancey with Palmyra Delran, the GTVs and Stupidity.

Mia Doi Todd
Tuesday, October 28th, 9am - Noon
This Is The Modern World with Trouble
The lovely Mia Doi Todd will be returning to This is the Modern World on October 28. She has a gorgeous new album out, "Floresta," which means forest in Portugese. She recorded this collection of Brazilian songs in Brazil with local musicians. Tune in for Mia solo on guitar, it will be stunning, like every visit Mia makes to WFMU.

Peter Bebergal Guest DJ set
Monday, October 27th, 9pm - Midnight
Airborne Event
Peter Bebergal's new book is Season of the Witch: How the Occult Saved Rock & Roll. Join Peter for an early Halloween celebration as he joins Airborne Event to spin and discuss ten great rock songs infused with the mysterious & mystic, from the Fugs to the Floyd to Bowie to Psychic TV.

Graph Rabbit
Monday, October 27th, Noon - 3pm
on Irene Trudel's show

Glisteningly gorgeous musical landscapes are what Graph Rabbit play best. On their debut, "Snowblind," the Brooklyn-based duo of artist/composer Austin Donohue and experimental pianist Shy Kedmi created songs that are both sweepingly cinematic and hauntingly minimalist. With a second album in the works, Graph Rabbit visits WFMU to play live.

Silent Servant
Sunday, October 26th, 7pm - 9pm
Daniel Blumin's show
Juan Mendez aka Silent Servant drops by WFMU ahead of his sold out 8-hour Halloween DJ set at Trans Pecos in Brooklyn! Juan will not only be bringing by some of his favorite singles in honor of Singles Going Steady week but will also be unleashing some mutant techno darkness for an evening of lovely sturm & klang. Inbetween we'll be chatting about the fantastic, now defunct Sandwell District, Jealous God, the new label he co-runs with James Ruskin and Regis, forthcoming releases and more. Tune in and be served!

Dan Selzer of Acute Records
Sunday, October 26th, 6am - 9am
Burn It Down! with Nate K
To help work our way through three hours of nothing but seven-inch singles, Burn It Down! with Nate K welcomes Acute Records founder and newly minted recording artist Dan Selzer to the program. Since launching Acute in 2002, Dan has been rediscovering and reissuing various underground, post-punk, D.I.Y., and experimental treasures, including the Lines, Theoretical Girls, Ike Yard, the Trypes, and Happy Refugees, among others. In 2014, Selzer released his first album of his own music, under the name New York Endless, with Strategies, via the Golf Channel imprint. We asked Dan to join us and he said he was easy, he was cheap, and he would come and do it.

Singles Going Steady 45 RPM Love Battle with Katie Gentile
Saturday, October 25th, 6pm - 9pm
Transpacific Sound Paradise with Rob Weisberg
Cross-genre radio ping-pong: Katie - violinist for indie band The Special Pillow among many, many other things - pits her collection of rare and classic indie rock against Rob's vintage and contemporary global sounds.

Deke Dickerson, Robbie Fulks and NRBQ's Casey McDonough!
Saturday, October 25th, 11am - 1pm
Michael Shelley's show
Michael Shelley chats with noted author, mind blowing guitarist, crack song writer, road warrior and member of show business Deke Dickerson about his career and new collaborative album "Los Straitjackets: Deke Dickerson Sings The Instrumental Hits" (released October 7) and tour which brings the super group to Brooklyn's Bell House 10/31 AND Robbie Fulks visits to chat about his current tour that brings him to Brooklyn's Union Hall on October 30th AND there's more: NRBQ's Casey McDonough calls in to tell us the story behind his song "Can't Wait To Kiss You" which is a strong contender for best #1 hit song of the year!

Put The Needle On The Three Guest DJs Pt. 4
Friday, October 24th, 7pm - 8pm
Put The Needle On The Record with Billy Jam
In keeping with the "Singles Going Steady Week" theme "Put The Needle On The Three Guest DJs Part 4" will feature three turntablist guests spinning nothing but 45 singles when they join Billy Jam on WFMU this week. Virginia's DJ Dust-One who recently released a 7" single featuring DJ Quest, Northern California's DJ Enki who is a resident at the Bay Area's all 45's singles party The 45 Sessions, and Maryland based show guest regular DJ ALF will each spin 20 minute sets of nothing but seven inch singles going steady on Put The Needle On The Record Friday October 24th at 7pm on WFMU.

Singles Going Steady: Punk & New Wave Special
Friday, October 24th, 3pm - 6pm
Miniature Minotaurs with Kurt Gottschalk
They said it couldn't be done. Or at least they said Kurt couldn't do it without messing it up. And indeed he hasn't done it yet. Tune in to Miniature Minotaurs on from 3 to 6 pm on Friday, Oct. 24 to see if Kurt can hold true to his word and play three hours of vintage anti-hippie vinyl.

Singles Going Steady
Friday, October 24th, 9am - Noon
Imaginary Radio with Chris M.
Chris M. has got all kinds of 7" records and he's gonna play them! You won't believe the crazy things you'll hear on this show. It's going to be 7" records, 45s, tiny 33s, the variety of small records will be limitless! Will Chris M. survive? Even he doesn't know! Check it out!

All B-Sides All Night Long
Thursday, October 23rd, 9pm - Midnight
Music To Spazz By with Dave the Spazz
In celebration of WFMU's annual Singles Going Steady Week, Dave the Spazz flips out and only plays B-sides all night long! Expect killer oddball and rockin' sides that historically DJs were expected NOT to plug.

Special 3-hr show with "Cussin' Joe" McGasko
Thursday, October 23rd, 2pm - 5pm
Matt Fiveash (on Give the Drummer Radio stream)
Cussin' Joe McGasko joins Matt this week for a special 3-hr show.

Pat Dinizio
Thursday, October 23rd, Noon - 3pm
Diane's Kamikaze Fun Machine
Vocalist for NJ's own Smithereens, has a very distinctive voice that has set the band apart. We will talk to him about past and current Smithereens dealings, just prior to their appearance that following Saturday at the Chiller Expo in Parsippany NJ. He will be live, and listeners can post questions to the interactive playlist board.

Kinks Kollision with special guest Gaylord Fields
Thursday, October 23rd, 3am - 6am
Dark Night of the Soul with Julie
Gaylord (Mr. Pleasant) and Julie (Little Miss Queen of Darkness) meet once again to share favorite Kinks songs and talk about all things brothers Davies.

Lloyd Cole PLUS The #1s
Wednesday, October 22nd, 9pm - Midnight
The Evan "Funk" Davies Show
30 years to the month after the release of Rattlesnakes English-by-way-of-Western-Massachusetts singer/songwriter Lloyd Cole stops by WFMU to play some songs, talk about his latest album, and even take part in Singles Going Steady Week! That new album, Standards (Omnivore), comes out in the USA this month; it is, as Lloyd himself says, "a rock record" made up of 10 original tunes and one cover. Lloyd Cole will appear on WFMU at 9pm on Wednesday night, Oct. 22, just ahead of his solo acoustic performance at City Winery in NYC on Thursday, Oct. 23. Be sure to tune in!

PLUS! Just confirmed: a live set with Dublin power-punkers The #1s! Comparing them to the Undertones is almost too easy, but it's true. If you like your punk poppy and your power-pop punky then this is the band for you! Catch them tomorrow night at Hank's Saloon, Friday at the Delancey, and Saturday at the Irish Arts Center!

Wednesday, October 22nd, 8pm - 9pm
Infinite Distortion
Brazil's brilliant Rakta grace our airwaves with a live set on Infinite Distortion. Their sound is fluid, brooding, and cavernous, exploring the darker worlds within us all. Don't miss this post-punk sensation in the midst of a massive, multi-continental tour- here on WFMU, Wednesday night, October 22nd.

Gal Pals
Wednesday, October 22nd, 7pm - 10pm
Bodega Pop Live with Gary Sullivan (on Give the Drummer Radio stream)
Super DJ Amanda Nazario joins Gary to co-host thrill–inducing garage-pop duo GAL PALS. Pals Lauren Marie Mikus and Jillian Talley will stop by WFMU on their way to CMJ to perform early hits and songs from their upcoming debut album and spin some of the music that influenced and inspires them.

il Sogno Del Marinaio (Featuring Mike Watt)
Wednesday, October 22nd, 3am - 6am
Prove it All Night with Pat Byrne
Il Sogno Del Marinaio is the trio of Italian musicians Stefano Pilia and Andrea Belfi with bassist Mike Watt. They put out their second album, "Canto Secondo," on August 26 via Watt's Clenchedwrench Records, which follows their 2013 debut, "La Busta Gialla." They're currently on the road in support of the new album with an extensive North American tour happening now through November 1st. After the set, Pat Longo of Primitive Sound System guests DJ's a set of 45s for singles going steady week.

Ted Rosen, Mike IX Williams, and Horse Thief
Tuesday, October 21st, 9pm - Midnight
The Goddamn Dave Hill Show
Butcher Ted Rosen, Mike IX Williams from Eyehategod, and musical guest Horse Thief. Plus Dave will attempt to play only 45s the whole show!

Streaming Video spectacular, with Little Band of Sailors and die FLASCHE
Monday, October 20th, 3:01pm - 6pm
Scott Williams's show (on WFMU stream & FM radio & Video)
Scott hops on the Veejay bandwagon with a full 3 hours worth of streaming video. The audiovisual treats include 2 live performances taped in Monty Hall: NYC glam-folk-metal performance group Little Band of Sailors is the musical outlet for sculptor/filmmaker/performance artist Rachel Mason. Expect theatrics in an Alice Cooper vein, unusual instrumentation, unbridled gymnastics, and some haunted caterwauling. die FLASCHE is the brand new electro offering from Flaming Fire founder Patrick Hambrecht and singer Justina Flash.

Guitarist Peter Biedermann
Monday, October 20th, Noon - 3pm
on Irene Trudel's show

Following a recent move to Arizona, Guitarist Peter Biedermann wrote new music inspired by the weather and topography of his new home. Biedermann's upcoming recording, with the working title, 'Tales From The Desert,' will be along the lines of some of his earlier forays utilizing acoustic and electronic elements. Peter Biedermann has returned to the east to play a few gigs, including a visit to WFMU.

Even Twice
Sunday, October 19th, 9pm - Midnight
World of Echo with Dave Mandl
On Sunday, October 19, on World of Echo w/Dave Mandl, Dave's guests will be the punk/prog/metal duo Even Twice. The Brooklyn-based bass-and-drums pair will be performing a set of their blistering eight-alarm music live in Studio B, and playing some songs from their new self-titled CD, starting at 9:30 p.m.

Meet the Gaylords, with Gaylord Rice Young
Sunday, October 19th, 5pm - 7pm
Gaylord Fields's show
Join program host Mr. Gaylord Fields and his guest, Ms. Gaylord Rice Young, an actress, improv performer, and voiceover artist, as they discuss the unique perks and pitfalls of carrying a given name that has gone from prestigious to pejorative in just a few generations. Interspersed with a carefully curated selection of Gaylord-centric music, spirited discourse will center around such likely topics as childhood (and adulthood) teasing, the films Meet the Parents/Meet the Fockers, and the plethora of Indian restaurants that also bear this name. Apologies will be welcome from any listeners who have ever said to anyone else, "There's this dude/chick whose name is actually Gaylord!"

Ballroom Live
Sunday, October 19th, 6am - 9am
Burn It Down! with Nate K
Brooklyn noiseniks Ballroom offer a bad-tempered grime that shares a true kinship with the sort of unhinged, antisocial bleat that's been churned out for years now by various Aussie psychos. Sure to make any wide-eyed Williamsburger's already awkward weekend brunch date even more uncomfortable, the band (which features members of Degreaser and Home Blitz, and an ex-Busy Signal, among others) will stop by Burn It Down! with Nate K on Sunday, October 19 for a live set.

Second Hand Rose
Sunday, October 19th, Midnight - 3am
on 100% Whatever with Mary Wing

Second Hand Rose--one of the biggest rock bands in China--stopped by WFMU this week, as part of their whirlwind tour of the east coast of America to introduce their theatrical music to Western ears. Formed in 2000, the band shook up Beijing's underground music scene with a performance style that's part cabaret, part Chinese theater, and part rock 'n' roll dance party. Since then, they have risen to headlining festivals across China; last year, they performed a concert in Beijing's state-owned Workers' Gymnasium, one of the most prestigious venues in the country. Part glam-rock, part traditional Chinese folk music; hear Second Hand Rose kick up their heels on Mary Wing’s show, beginning at 1 am! And then see them live at Webster Hall later on Sunday night!

Hoba Hoba Spirit: Marock'n Roll
Saturday, October 18th, 6pm - 9pm
on Transpacific Sound Paradise with Rob Weisberg

Morocco has a vibrant roots-rock scene. Bands mix traditional instruments and styles with rock style and instrumentation. But these bands rarely play in North America. Thanks to the US State Dept's cultural exchange program Center Stage, one of the best made it to the US this fall: Casablaca powerhouse Hoba Hoba Spirit. Tune in tonight for their WFMU session and you'll understand exactly why they call their music Marock'n Roll.

The Muffs
Saturday, October 18th, 11am - 1pm
on Michael Shelley's show

Michael Shelley welcomes The Muffs back to the show for a set of live music and a chat about their terrific new album “Whoop Dee Doo” and their tour that brings them to Brooklyn’s Bell House and Asbury Park’s Asbury Lanes.

Thursday, October 16th, 3am - 6am
on Dark Night of the Soul with Julie

'90s goth goddess Lisa Hammer (Requiem in White, Mors Syphilitica) makes her much-awaited visit with the newly reformed Radiana. Formed in 2012 with partner Steven "Stevo" Deal (Bleached Black,Chopper) Radiana mixes Lisa's goth background with Steven's classic mod and britpop sound creating dreamy but danceable powerpop. On break since Deal's death in 2013, Radiana still recently reformed with new members. Also a filmmaker and voice actor (best known as Triana Orpheus on The Venture Brothers), Lisa's appearance with her band will also be featured in the upcoming Web series, Maybe Sunshine.

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