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Options September 20, 2010: Get Down, Get Bizzay

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Artist Track Album Label New Approx. start time
Moon Duo  Run Around   Options Menagerie #2 (V/A)  Tor Press / Blackest Rainbow  *   0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Amen Dunes  Ruined Girlies   Options Murder Dull Mind  Sacred Bones  *   0:05:38 (Pop‑up)
El Jesus De Magico  LGNO   Options Funeral Home Session 7"  Free Music Archive / Columbus Discount    0:08:04 (Pop‑up)
Wooden Shjips  Death's Not Your Friend   Options Wooden Shjips Live at ATP NY 2008  Free Music Archive    0:10:33 (Pop‑up)
Pierced Arrows  In My Brain   Options Pierced Arrows  Free Music Archive    0:15:29 (Pop‑up)
Mi Ami  New Guitar   Options Live at WFMU on Liz Berg's show 2/16/2009  Free Music Archive    0:18:40 (Pop‑up)
Static Static  Satanic Speakers / Dementia   Options Live at WFMU Talk's Cheap 10/13/2009  Free Music Archive    0:25:14 (Pop‑up)
Sediment Club  Stop of Go   Options Live at WFMU on Talk's Cheap 7/8/2009  Free Music Archive    0:32:02 (Pop‑up)
Mayyors  Airplanes   Options Live at WFMU/Aquarius SXSW showcase 2009  Free Music Archive    0:34:40 (Pop‑up)
Lightning Bolt  13 Monsters   Options Ride the Skies  Free Music Archive    0:37:22 (Pop‑up)
Ponytail  Burning Saddles   Options Kamehameha  Free Music Archive    0:40:08 (Pop‑up)
Nick Hennies  Fresh Born (Deerhoof)   Options   Free Music Archive    0:41:11 (Pop‑up)
Hayvanlar Alemi  Super FM Dub   Options Visions of a Psychedelic Ankara  Free Music Archive    0:44:01 (Pop‑up)
Bird Names  Norweigian Wood II   Options Live at WFMU on Talk's Cheap 2/17/2009  Free Music Archive    0:47:26 (Pop‑up)
Lame Drivers  Secret Track   Options Launchpad2-Demoverse  Free Music Archive    0:49:35 (Pop‑up)
Meth Teeth  Bus Rides   Options Live on WFMU on Liz B.'s show 7/21/08  Free Music Archive    0:53:41 (Pop‑up)
Coachwhips  Oops, Uh Uh   Options Peanut Butter & Jelly  Free Music Archive    0:56:44 (Pop‑up)
Personal & The Pizzas  I Don't Want No Personal Pizza   Options LIve on WFMU's Cherry Blossom Clinic 7/25/2009  Free Music Archive    0:58:18 (Pop‑up)
Dirtbombs  Sun Is Shining   Options Live at WFMU on The Cherry Blossom Clinic on 10/25/2003  Free Music Archive    1:00:00 (Pop‑up)
The Intelligence  White Corvette   Options Males  In The Red  *   1:02:33 (Pop‑up)
The Reactionaries  Tony Gets Wasted in Pedro   Options 1979  Water Under the Bridge    1:05:19 (Pop‑up)
The Commoners  Love Is a Carburetor   Options Idealistic Youth Vol. 1: California (V/A)  MND    1:14:15 (Pop‑up)
White Fence  The Love Between   Options Welcome Home / Diggin' the Universe (V/A)  Woodsist  *   1:16:54 (Pop‑up)
Casiokids  Fot I Hose   Options Topp Stemning På Lokal Bar  Polyvinyl  *   1:19:07 (Pop‑up)
Blonde Redhead  Here Sometimes   Options Here Sometimes  4AD  *   1:24:13 (Pop‑up)
Balam Acab  See Birds (Moon)   Options Balam Acab  Triangle  *   1:29:22 (Pop‑up)
The Samps  F.X.N.C.   Options The Samps  Mexican Summer  *   1:33:00 (Pop‑up)
Famous Actors From Out of Town  Jack Nicholson   Options FA3574      1:35:20 (Pop‑up)
Henry Hynes  Happen   Options The Portal  Cryptic Carousel  *   1:38:01 (Pop‑up)
Marzipan Marzipan  I'm Not Afraid of Tigers   Options Marzipan Marzipan    *   1:41:49 (Pop‑up)
Loden  Sunday Sierra Boxes   Options Buggy  Mush  *   1:43:15 (Pop‑up)
Rangda  Plain of Jars   Options False Flag  Drag City  *   1:56:13 (Pop‑up)
Foot Ox  (I Can) And Leaves Too   Options OOO  Stank House  *   2:11:40 (Pop‑up)
Big Blood  Daughter   Options Dead Songs  Time-Lag  *   2:15:25 (Pop‑up)
Moonhearts  Shine   Options Moonhearts  Tic Tac Totally  *   2:20:02 (Pop‑up)
Echospace  Summer Haze   Options Liumin  Modern Love  *   2:30:27 (Pop‑up)
Banque Allemande  Geld Wie Wir   Options Eins, Zwei  S-S  *   2:37:46 (Pop‑up)
Mim Suleiman  Nyuli   Options Tungi  Running Back  *   2:40:43 (Pop‑up)
DJ Rupture  Babylon Residence - Epikstar Riddim   Options Ciafrica  Dutty Artz  *   2:46:53 (Pop‑up)
Tone Tank & Scott Thorough  Chill With Yaself   Options Scott & Tone  Modern Shark  *   2:49:41 (Pop‑up)
Lotus  Track 14 / Track 15   Options Version 2.0  Breath Mint  *   2:52:07 (Pop‑up)
Jud Jud  Turn Around Song   Options The Demos 7"  No Idea    2:53:08 (Pop‑up)
Knifehandchop  Break Your Speakers   Options Top Bass Inside Beat (V/A)  Shanshui  *   2:54:13 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  12:08pm JT:

This sounds like Suicide feeding back on itself over AM radio
  12:10pm Jay from Scotland:

  12:10pm JT:

This sounds like the last song played at half speed, feeding back over itself over AM radio.

These are good things, BTW.
  12:12pm Carmichael:

Hi Liz. Sensible music for a Monday morning.
  12:13pm Emmalee:

I like this song!
  12:14pm Marco:

Hi Liz:) is this your astral voyage show;)
  12:15pm Liz B.:

Hi everyone, thanks for tuning in and hope the tunes are hitting the spot.
  12:15pm nate in detroit:

Hey Liz, greetings from Detroit. Great start!
  12:16pm R I S K Y:

  12:18pm R I S K Y:

  12:19pm Marco:

Cool! real 60's psychedelic music. Arrests hopped up on acid and LSD! Cool!
  12:32pm dc pat:

ok, let's get back to the bike talk....ah just kiddin...
  12:33pm Liz B.:

I got a flat for the first time this weekend!
  12:33pm Marco:

Ok let me say it HAIL SATAN! Ok got that out of my system
  12:34pm dc pat:

first time EVER?? Jeeze, I can't tell you how many flats I've fixed. I'm a freakin expert.
  12:35pm Marco:

Ut oh Liz got a flat? Not a good sign:)
  12:35pm dc pat:

Static Static is like a grungey Devo.
  12:36pm Marco:

Is that code for I need a man in my life:)
  12:38pm Liz B.:

Most of my previous riding was done on the clean streets of Northern CA, I think I must have run over some glass or tornado debris in Brooklyn.
  12:43pm dc pat:

I had these fancy racing tires on my bike and I kid you not, I got a flat once a week.
  12:43pm D:

  12:44pm nate in detroit:

I'm coming to NYC this week (Wed-Sun) for the Pavement show in Central Park. Anything cool going on that I should check out? Any recommendations for food, drink, music or art would be great.
  12:45pm Marco:

Streets are really dirty in Brooklyn if I could levitate I wouldn't walk them they are so filthy!
  12:46pm dc pat:

In DC, they're full of pot holes. You gotta ride constantly surveying the street ahead for possible death traps.
  12:47pm nate in detroit:

...I already checked in on Bob's show and thought I'd continue the survey here (sorry if anyone is annoyed by the repeated posting). I've already gotten suggestions for PS1 in Queens, and the Chelsea galleries. keep em coming!
  12:47pm D:

Roads around here are too third-world for cycling.
  12:48pm Liz B.:

Nate, check these pages for cool NYC events:
  12:49pm nate in detroit:

Great, thanks, Liz!
  12:50pm D:

First time listener, long time caller.
  12:51pm Ike:

Nate, as far as food goes -- any particular cuisines?
  12:57pm dc pat:

Hey Ike, long time no read.
  12:59pm nate in detroit:

@ike Nothing in particular food-wise...I've got no restrictions except that I'd like to avoid anywhere TOO expensive...other than that I'm up for about anything.
Drinks-wise, I'm into craft beers/micro brews, and basically any interesting bars that don't have a dress code.
  1:01pm Ike:

You too Pat. I should be working instead of commenting but the prospect of commenting about food is too enticing.
  1:10pm Binky:

Yes! Tony Gets Wasted in Pedro = awesome.
  1:10pm still b/p:

Lady Gaga, of all people, is down the street, talking about "don't ask, don't tell." I started reading a piece in which Camille Paglia gives Gaga a beatin'. No one asked for the Gaga news, but there it is.
  1:14pm Ike:

Nate, options are vast. If you dig authentic Asian, see one of the Chinatowns in Queens, in Flushing or Elmhurst. Better than Manhattan's Chinatown (although that's not bad). You could just walk around and stare. They're like being in Taipei or Hong Kong. More to come....
  1:17pm dc pat:

Thanks for Reactionaries. It's embarrassing but I'm not sure I've ever heard that. I own everything the minutemen ever did too...
  1:18pm Skirkie:

You played Personal and the Pizzas as I was browsing pizza related photos from yesterday.


It weirded me out a little.
  1:24pm em:

hey dc pat and other dc'ers -- i just moved to dc a couple of weeks ago. can you all give me some recommendations on what websites/publications i should check out for the good live music listings? pretty easy to figure out who's playing the black cat and 9:30 club, but there's a whole city out there...
  1:24pm Carmichael:

Well, time for me to hit those clean Northern California streets for a meeting. Have a good one everyone.
  1:34pm Noel in DC:

em: welcome to town. One club that plays some interesting stuff is the Velvet Lounge, and there are some interesting shows listed at http://inyrbasement.tumblr.com/ . The City Paper does cover some things as well, so it's worthy of an occassional gander.
  1:35pm bennett4senate:

hi all
  1:38pm dc pat:

Hi em. I look at the http://dcist.com/ sometimes. Velvet is great. Also DC9 is worth checking out and Comet Ping Pong on Conn Ave gets great shows. But....I don't get out a lot these days...
  1:40pm em:

thanks noel and dc pat, i appreciate the help!
  1:46pm Noel in DC:

em--you might also want to check out Clavius productions, which is Scott Verrastro of Kahoutek. Scott, bless his heart, is a great guy and is responsible for booking a lot of good stuff in DC. You might also want to check out Baltimore. The Talking Head and Otto Bar have a lot of bands that skip DC, for some reason, and Baltimore has some places that do some really interesting shows, such as Tarantula Hill and Floristree (don't know if they're still doing shows). Oh yeah, if you go to Baltimore, you might like to check out the True Vine record store.
  1:46pm Skirkie:

Me, I'm a little afraid of tigers.
  1:54pm Mike East:

Sound Garden is also an excellent Baltimore record store. I played a place called Fletcher's with Mary Prankster back in the day. That's a decent venue, as well
  1:58pm Ike:

Nate: Just a few NYC restaurant ideas: Sigiri, Ariana Afghan, Singapore Cafe, Prosperity Dumpling (standing room only, but worth it), Xi'an Famous Foods (four locations, C-town one is SRO), Chao Thai & Upi Jaya (Queens), White Bear (Flushing), Turkish Cuisine (9th Ave.), Maoz, Hummus Place, Taim (SRO). All BYO, I think. Skip Mexican here, I hear it's far better in Detroit. I'll leave the Eur/Amer recs to others.
See also:

Oh and great show Liz!
  2:02pm nate in detroit:

Thanks for the recommendations, Ike. Your list looks great!
  2:05pm Todd 76%:

@em: you might want to check this out this week: the sonic circuits festival is going on now...http://dc-soniccircuits.org/
re: Noel in DC's post - I think Scott V moved to Philly in 2009, unless he's already back in DC.
Great show as usual, Liz!
  2:05pm Ike:

Nate, that's barely a dent in the possibilities! Anyone else have recommendations?
  2:07pm nate in detroit:

@Ike: Yes, the Mexican here is excellent.
  2:10pm joerg w:

such a great radio station. and what an incredibly smart iphone app. thank from joerg/cologne
  2:15pm Noel in DC:

Todd 76%: I think you're right about Scott's relocation to Philly.
Liz: Great show as usual!
  2:16pm nate in detroit:

I just saw Rangda here in Detroit a week or so ago. That song (and basically the entire set) was a pretty intense performance. They put on a great show
  2:22pm dL:

big blood woot
  2:23pm jordan from Buffalo:

I saw Big Blood in Providence two months ago, they were absolutely fantastic and so is the new lp.
  2:28pm raga:

nate: indeed. i saw rangda here in pittsburgh and it was a great show. particularly enjoyed plain of jars.
  2:28pm still b/p:

Saw BB a couple of weeks ago...they don't intend to perform much for a while.
  2:31pm Skirkie:

Tuesday? I, for some reason thought Thee Oh Sees were playing with Pavement on Tuesday.

...Actually their Facebook page claims they're doing both. Guess I'll have to wait and see.
  2:34pm bennett4senate:

liz I was in the ocean yesterday, for some post-labor day bonus round beaching.
  2:35pm Liz B.:

I am jealous of your beaching.
  2:50pm bennett4senate:

wow that mim suleiman is gooooood
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