Options Brian Turner: Playlist from November 24, 2009 Options

Order and disorder in a freeform haze of terribly-played guitars, shorted-out electronics, found audio detritus, strange sounds from strange lands all around. Psych-punk-junk, collage, even pop. Lots of in-studio live performances to boot.

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Options November 24, 2009: w/ live set from THE AXEMEN

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New Approx. start time
Chris Forsyth  Soft History   Options Dreams  Evolving Ear    *   0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Endless Endless Endless  2   Options Black Talisman  No Label    *   0:07:00 (Pop‑up)
William S. Burroughs  Thanksgiving Prayer   Options         0:08:58 (Pop‑up)
Nals Goring  Excerpt   Options Watership Down  Feeding Tube    *   0:14:09 (Pop‑up)
Bad Indians  Mystic Flower   Options Live From the Burial Mound  Party Nogg    *   0:16:04 (Pop‑up)
The Axemen  Ghost of Elmer Fudd   Options Recliner Rocker        0:19:17 (Pop‑up)
Leyland Kirby  Excerpt   Options Sadly, The Future Is No Longer What It Was  History Always Favours the Winners    *   0:23:06 (Pop‑up)
Moniek Darge  Verbondenheld   Options Soundies  KYE    *   0:30:39 (Pop‑up)
Arsene Obscene  Partir a la Guerre   Options 7"  Slovenly    *   0:31:43 (Pop‑up)
Inkisitor  Blazing Phoenix   Options Split w/S.V.E.S.T.      *   0:33:36 (Pop‑up)
Tiger Throat  Skyscrapers Bow   Options Tiger Throat  Affected Articles    *   0:36:43 (Pop‑up)
Killdozer  Funk #49   Options For Ladies Only  Touch & Go      0:42:03 (Pop‑up)
Puffy Areolas  El Jita   Options Various: Skulls Without Borders  Siltbreeze    *   0:46:18 (Pop‑up)
Dennis Duck  Davey the Worm   Options Various: Darker Scratcher  LAFMS      0:50:47 (Pop‑up)
Rick Potts  Pretty Bird   Options Labyrinthitis  Neurec  Rick, Dennis Duck, Tom Recchion, Joe Potts, Fredrik Nilsen and more here next week for a 3 Hour LAFMS retrospective on the show PLUS a live set from the legendary AIRWAY!    0:53:19 (Pop‑up)
Edward Williams  Fish of the Sea   Options Soundtrack: Life on Earth  Trunk    *   1:07:47 (Pop‑up)
Alvarius B  Other Side   Options Burmese Military Mandolin        1:08:18 (Pop‑up)
Os Rocks  I Put a Spell On You   Options Various: Cazumbi: African 60's Garage Vol. 2  Nosmoke    *   1:13:01 (Pop‑up)
The Equals  I Can See What You Don't Know   Options Black Skin Blue Eyed Boys...The Anthology  Sequel    *   1:15:39 (Pop‑up)
Helen Money  Political Song for Michael Jackson to Sing   Options In Tune  Radium    *   1:18:08 (Pop‑up)
Zomby  Godzilla   Options One Foor Ahead of the Other  Ramp    *   1:19:56 (Pop‑up)
Low Red Center  Missing In the Woods   Options 10"  SS    *   1:25:09 (Pop‑up)
PiL  Careering   Options Peel Session 1979  EMI    *   1:25:29 (Pop‑up)
Teepee  I Told You So   Options Morals  Senzei    *   1:40:50 (Pop‑up)
The Axemen  Long Haired Funk   Options Singles        1:42:46 (Pop‑up)
The Axemen  Just a Pollutant   Options Big Cheap Motel  Siltbreeze      1:48:10 (Pop‑up)
The Axemen  Join the RAF   Options Scary! Part III  Siltbreeze      1:52:14 (Pop‑up)
The Axemen  Hey Alice   Options Live on Yahoo NZ TV3        1:54:38 (Pop‑up)
The Axemen  Live in the WFMU Studios   Options Engineered by Jason Sigal & Alex Yockey    One of the big touring surprises for 2009 has to be the visit of New Zealand's legendary Axemen to U.S. shores. The band began in Christchurch in 1981 and stood somewhat aside of the pop path exhibited by much of the the Flying Nun label roster, but are without doubt one of the more fascinating Kiwi exports. Various live shows and releases displayed a loose but virulent amalgamation of avant-garage, Half Japanese style sax primitivism, confusion, and general air of maladjusted greatness. They've got two reissues "Big Cheap Motel" and "Scary!" out now on Siltbreeze, and are hitting the road coast to coast with Times New Viking. You can see them Nov 27th in Columbus and 28th in Chicago. More info at their Axeblog and My Space. Stevie McCabe: Guitar/vox, Stu Kawowski: drums, Bob Brannigan: guitar/bs/vox, Dragan Stojanovic: bass/gtr/vox. Thanks to the Axemen, Adam and Times New Viking, Jason and Alex, and Tom Lax. Songs today: Be My Slave / Nutsack / Shacked Up In Yr Egyptian Tomb / Barney Rubble / Loosely Breathren / Carmen On Ice / Baby Eater / Made 2 Die / (Interview). Download this set via the Free Music Archive!    2:03:58 (Pop‑up)
The Axemen  Sickh & Tyred   Options Tour 7" split w/Times New Viking      *   2:39:14 (Pop‑up)
The Axemen  The Wharf With No Name   Options Peter Wang Pud  Flying Nun      2:42:22 (Pop‑up)
Velvet Underground  Run Run Run   Options Gymnasium        2:47:11 (Pop‑up)
Bare Wires  Runaway Heart   Options Artificial Clouds  Tic Tac Totally    *   2:53:51 (Pop‑up)
Geo  Mexico/White Rabbit   Options Special Early Works  No Label    *   2:56:46 (Pop‑up)
Broadcast & the Focus Group  You Must Wake   Options Investigate Witch Cults of the Radio Age  Warp    *   3:03:02 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  3:08pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Hi BT. Lovely and relaxing way to start out.
  3:08pm Looms (Fr):

Hello Brian!
Nice start! Really, Todd and you brighten this fucking hard work day, thanks to you both!
  3:10pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Everybody needs a little Burroughs during the holidays!
  3:11pm Looms (Fr):

Holidays... My dream...
  3:14pm Vicki:

listening in London while cooking pasta
  3:19pm Bas, NL:

Listening in Utrecht.. now dreaming of pasta.. yum!
  3:21pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

now I'm dreaming of urinary tracts.
  3:21pm holland_oats:

axemen - are they playing here in nyc or did i miss it?
  3:24pm Looms (Fr):

Bas, you make me hesitate: pasta or cantonse rice?
  3:25pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

  3:26pm Joe:

  3:26pm Looms (Fr):

Nice tip, but unavailable right now...
  3:28pm Bas, NL:

Well... you got me there too Looms! I love rice too! n fact i was to cook up some, but went for the fast pizza in the end.
Mmmm... now i want rice.. should have made rice...
  3:30pm Looms (Fr):

Well, i got fresh prawns, i'm gonna cook some rice with them...
  3:36pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

whoa, for some reason this Inkisitor is putting me to sleep at my desk.
  3:41pm Cecile:

Good afternoon, everyone!

Hullo, Axmen! You were the soundtrack for much of my college days in Ann Arbor., MI Good on ya for still being around! Have a great show!
  3:42pm Cecile:

  3:43pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

geez, I recognized that mangled guitar lick in the first coupla notes. Funk it up, Killdozer!
  3:45pm Cecile:

  3:48pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

My buddy McJunk.
  3:53pm Looms (Fr):

Nice track!
  4:03pm C:

i think i contracted labyrinthitis from david bowie in 1986
  4:06pm Johhny:

Why do I remember a 24 hour marathon a year or two ago. Am i confused?
  4:06pm paul:

wasn't there a 1 minute marathon?
  4:07pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

that's what she said
  4:11pm dc pat:

damn this sounds like me playing a cigar box guitar. WHERE'D YOU GET THIS??
  4:14pm dc pat:

yeah, I donated 10 bucks during the 1 minute marathon. that was last year or the year before..
  4:19pm Bas, NL:

Talk about the marathon.. just had the mailman at the door (10:15pm here!).
  4:20pm Jeff from St. Paul:

I pledged for the Locked Groove LP this past mini-marathon. I can't wait!
  4:20pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

just saw Helen Money perform this tune two weeks ago in a small artspace in CLE. very cool evening.
  4:21pm Greg from Detroit:

Exceptionally awesome show, today, BT! Bad Indians are from this neck of the woods. And that "Political Song" was killer ... can't wait to hear next week's show!
  4:23pm BT:

Greg, thanks man. Hope yr NYC jaunt was a great one, good to see you albeit briefly.
  4:26pm Looms (Fr):

PIL, yeeeaaaahhhhh!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  4:36pm tomatoe:

"we live in a soap commercial we are all alike..."
  4:42pm Tom:

Brian - this is not "I Told You So."
  4:59pm lollipop:

  5:02pm Chris:

The Axemen will be here in Chicago on the 28th...free show @ Permanent Records. Should be good.
  5:05pm Cecile:

I love you, AXEMEN
  5:09pm diapers:

nutsack? oh yeah!
  5:11pm Bad Ronald:

The Axemen Cometh - nice boardwork BT - Thanks!
  5:15pm Carmichael:

Hi from home, everyone and BT. The Axemen are very very good. Excellent, in fact. Damn good, to be exact.
  5:20pm Cecile:

I have a request: Creaky Back Stairs
  5:20pm Chris:

What's that title, "Terror in the Town?" This is my new favorite song.
  5:23pm Chris:

Ah, pretty bad guess as to the title. Thanks.
  5:27pm matteo:

yo great show,thanx
  5:30pm pedant:

chris, the refrain goes 'there is a tavern in the town' a veiled reference to a traditional british song entitled 'there is a tavern in the town' sung by cornwall miners in the 19th century. it was made popular in US by william hill in his 'student songs', published in 1883.
  5:48pm Cecile:

great set!
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