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Options April 4, 2008: Annual WFMU Graf Special: Graffiti Women feat. Lady Pink, Muck, & Toofly + photojournalist Karla Murray

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This collaborative piece by Lady Pink, Muck, Toofly, and Dona is of the four women artists' current installation at the Bronx Museum titled "Activism Is Never Done." - through August 2008 (photo by J&K)

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments New Approx. start time
Bryce N Billy into MC Lyte  Intro into "Paper Thin"   Options         MUCK in action - photo by J&K (Jim and Karla Murray)    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Pslam-One  the living   Options The Death of the Frequent Flyer        Toofly @ WFMU Photo by J&K    0:05:42 (Pop‑up)
Lady Fresh  blow my mind   Options   Valley Vue      Karla Murray @ WFMU - photo by Jim Murray    0:09:31 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Over music by Dawgisht - interview with Muck, Toofly, & Karla Murray 






Lady Pink - photo: J&K 


0:11:10 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Lady Pink on phone 






Ad Hoc Brooklyn 


0:38:07 (Pop‑up)
Queen Latifah & Monie Love  Ladies First   Options         Toofly + MUCK @ WFMU photo by J&K who you can find @ www.urbanimagephotography.com > > Jim & Karla Murray's present group show is "The Carlton Arms Art > Project" > 195 Grand Street 2nd floor (between Driggs & Bedford Avenue in > Williamsburg, Brooklyn) > This show will be up until May and includes Jim & Karla Murray's > photography as well as canvases by the artist BANSKY and New York > graffiti artist CERN) > More info at: www.artbreakgallery.com > > Jim & Karla Murray's upcoming show "Underground/Overground" at the > Artbreak Gallery will have an opening reception on Saturday June 7th > from 5-9PM > Artbreak Gallery is located at 195 Grand Street 2nd floor (between > Driggs & Bedford Avenue in Williamsburg, Brooklyn) > It is a collaborative exhibition featuring Jim & Karla Murray's > photography and works by the graffiti artist CERN, the street artist > Billi Kid and photography by Allan Ludwig. LADY PINK: www.pinksmith.com LADY PINK's present show "Brick Ladies of NYC" is at the AdHoc Art Gallery 49 Bogart Street in East Williamsburg with AIKO is on exhibit through April 20th. More info at www.AdHocArt.org MUCK: http://web.mac.com/muckhouse Upcoming exhibit on May 3rd "Le Femme Sole" at the Fuse Gallery in Manhattan TOOFLY: www.tooflynyc.com for event info visit TOOFLY's blog at: tooflynyc.com/life Upcoming exhibit on May 3rd "Le Femme Sole" at the Fuse Gallery in Manhattan     
peachiz love  oye chico   Options   Proper Records  1991  12"  MUCK SHINE Bronx NY (J&K) MUCK bodypainting & Art installation tonight Friday, April 4th from 9PM at Rain Metro Lounge 112 Washington Street Norwalk, CT     
Bisc-1  Turbulence   Options   Embedded  2008  12"  Art by Toofly - pic by J&K  *    
The Grouch feat. Murs  The Bay to LA   Options Show you the world (album drops Tuesday)  Legendary Music  2008    Dona barc - J&K - Special shout out to Dona - the fourth contributor to the Bronx Museum piece along with MUCK, Pink, & Toofly  *    
PG 13 & Wake  Lyrical Soda Paper   Options V/A Silicon Graffiti    2008    Toofly  *    
Better Daze (Thievery Copr Remix)  heavenly sweetness   Options Better Daze Remix Project  Ubiquity  1997    Pink     
Tricked Out Records  darkside of the shroom   Options         Hobos & Harlots MUCK (J&K)    1:58:57 (Pop‑up)
Beanfiled            Lady Pink, Muck, Toofly, and Dona here all collaborators in current installation at the Bronx Museum titled "Activism Is Never Done." - through August 2008 (photo by J&K)    2:03:06 (Pop‑up)
Code MD            Pink    2:09:30 (Pop‑up)
Elecktronikk  Elecktrochords   Options         9.11 at home - MUCK (oil on canvas)    2:14:15 (Pop‑up)
Dr Who  In Da'Faze   Options         Toofly (canvas)    2:17:31 (Pop‑up)
Fluent In Fiyah  You are the important person   Options         Jules by MUCK  *   2:20:57 (Pop‑up)
Alkaholiks  likwit   Options reunion LIKS tour on now - in SF last week, next Thursday at Knit Fact NYC with Z-Man opening        Toofly    2:23:15 (Pop‑up)
Jim Jones  lookin at the game   Options Harlem's American Gangster        Dona (J&K(  *   2:26:22 (Pop‑up)
Discolobos  longitudes latitudes + the shapow!   Options Profiles        LSD Wedding (oil on canvas) MUCK    2:29:54 (Pop‑up)
The Pharcyde  my soul   Options V/A State of Emergency    1994    Pink    2:34:39 (Pop‑up)
DJ Quest  Where's the hype" (produced by Oaty Love)   Options Questolous    2008    Toofly fashion  *   2:38:10 (Pop‑up)
Mochipet feat. Kutti MC & Evelinn Trouble  Paranoia Day   Options MICROPHONEPET  Daly City  2008    - Toofly  *   2:43:40 (Pop‑up)
Jinx Lennon + Sir Mix A Lot  Accept yer hair loss + Iron Man   Options         MUCK Skatepark    2:48:01 (Pop‑up)
Ice Cube  steady mobbin   Options         Toofly    2:51:45 (Pop‑up)
John Lee Hooker  I'm bad like Jesse James   Options         MUCK - Lucah    2:54:37 (Pop‑up)

Pink MUCK (J&K)

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Listener comments!

  3:03pm Jessica:

Heeeere we go!
  3:03pm jonathan:

  3:03pm Sean Daily:

Third comment! Woo hoo!
  3:04pm sahak:

whats up billy
  3:14pm Jessica:


[Also: pouring some on the drumkit for Klaus Dinger.]
  3:15pm Ismael:

Always wanted to be the 6th comment! Btw, which Bronx museum is hosting the graffiti display---the BMA? And for how long? (I'll be out that way in a coupla weeks.)
  3:16pm patrick:

it might be raining but at least its not snowing here in Portland Maine.

love yah BILLY, its been a few weeks since i have been able to listen live
  3:17pm DJ ALF:

What's up everybody?! Cheers to all the female graf artists out there! Many thanks to you for your continued dedication to the art!
  3:52pm Ismael:

Absolutely not! :)
  3:53pm HotRod:

Only 5%...damn...

Quick question for you ladies...

How do you feel about current younger female street artists like Maya Hayuk and Swoon? And how do you all feel about the current popularity of wheatpasting and woodblocks versus straight up, traditional spray paint bombing?
  3:54pm sahak:

i def admire the new age graf like that surrealist stuff but nothing beats old school graf from nyc
  3:54pm Paul P in Berlin:

great interview. just jumped to the ad hoc gallery online to see lady pink and aiko. great stuff
  4:01pm sahak:

coolest mom ever
  4:27pm sahak:

yo billy jam i gotta go to work super great show today man i checked out the ladies graf all awesome stuff man keep it real folks
  4:29pm ChiquitaBanana:

Born and raised in LIC, NY.....exposed to graff since forever through my bro. Currently researching Lady Pink for my research paper and can't wait to go view Pink's and Aiko's work in Bklyn! Great interview. The ladies are providing me with great info for my paper. Keep up the creative juices ladies. God bless!
  4:30pm paul p in berlin:

just to say the graffitti art in berlin is great and tha all round bombing of the centre of the city. its an integral part of the urban visual landscape. its strange in berlin because to look at the the windows of the trains and trams which are mostly scraped and scratched combined with the all round bombing you might think that the place is very out of control in terms of it been rough on the streets but in actual fact its incredibly peaceful too, without been boring.
  4:33pm porkchop:

hey--been away from the radio for a bit but do you know anything about the new movie BOMB IT? the global graffiti documentary..any insight (pardon if you mentioned it already....
  4:35pm trouble:

yeah! ladies in the house. fantastic!
  4:35pm ChiquitaBanana:

Awesome! Thanks for the advice.
  4:36pm north guinea hills:

good shit... at work, so i'll check the web galleries tonight..... thanks, that was good fun!... :)
  4:40pm north guinea hills:

jessica... WTF!!!????!!!, Klaus Dinger is dead....... AAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  4:45pm Ike:

I checked out some of the sites mentioned earlier. Lady Pink's "Brick Girl Crying" is particularly great.
  4:46pm north guinea hills:

wow, i've been asleep, klaus sailed the river styxx on march 20....
  4:54pm ChiquitaBanana:

I agree. Check out Pink's : Lady Liberty is Bush's Whore.....in the Brooklyn Museum
  4:58pm Ken:

Hey Billy - This playlist wasn't set to "Accu" so I changed it. Hope that's OK. Now the song info is appearing in the player as well as at the top of the homepage.
  4:59pm spaniel:

i think the Brooklyn Museum is free tomorrow (every 1st Saturday).

That last track (PG 13 & Wake, i think?) was amazing fruit.
  5:01pm Jessica:

north guinea hills - I know! That strange vibration we all felt that Thursday night makes sense, now. The news just broke today: he was 12hrs from Year of Klaus 62. Equinox seems a likely time to boogie into the great beyond, really, esp. if it's also your birthday. Eh?
  5:03pm porkchop:

AHHHHH JEYEASSSSSSSS this is the jam.....thx billyjam 4 keepin it tricked out
  5:07pm north guinea hills:

i suppose this means there will be no neu neu! nuances.....
  5:10pm Ismael:

What kinda dog, Billy Jam?
  5:14pm north guinea hills:

enjoy the weekend y'all, hopefully the sun will dance among us....
  5:21pm tomasz:

Poor Klaus... best-named drummer ever.
  5:29pm Ismael:

Sorry, but Zigaboo Modeliste trumps Klaus for best-named drummer ever (I think).
  5:34pm Droll:

Starz Vanderlocket is also a fine percussionist name.
  5:34pm tomasz:

fair point, like.
  5:38pm spaniel:

woof! woof!

have a great weekend all.

thnx billy, for another great show,
see ya in the archives.
  5:50pm rigs:

hey im irish never heard this before!!
  5:51pm rigs:

ahh.. jinx lennon ..legend!
  5:55pm porkchop:

happy weekend loveys--over and out...girls of grafitti kick ass!
  6:12pm PaTRICK:

LOVED THE show billy!! keep up the good work! i was in NYC last weekend and i checked out the NPR thing at the Whitney, and let me tell you that that was the best "work" in the whole show... oh man how depressing the Biennial was... the work in Chelsea and at the art fair shows was great!! wish i woulda known about the installation in Harlem i would have made it a point to check it out!
  6:33pm Toofly:

thanks again Billy, Jim, and Karla!!!
  6:42pm Jim and Karla Murray:

Thanks BILLY JAM, MUCK, TOOFLY and LADY PINK for a great show!!!!
  9:31pm Billy Jam:

Thanks for checking out the archives of this show + thanks to all involved in this 2nd Annual WFMU Graffiti special especially Karla Murray for co-producing. And that German graffiti movie myself and Toofly were trying to remember name of is called "Pure Hate" and the best scene - where they arrive deep in the night in ninja like fashion ready to descend on a train with their spraycans is here on this YouTube link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NFuUs0VTFsU&feature=related Art by Pink Smith (J&K) <img src="http://hiphopslam.com/bj/online_photos/PINKSMITH.jpg">
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