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Options November 18, 2010: Talkin Girl Talk w/ Peter DiCola [10am] + Detroit SciFiSlopPunk HUMAN EYE 11am

Peter DiCola calls in to talk GIRL TALK [10am] ..and then!
live music from Detroit's scifi sloppunk heroes HUMAN EYE [11am]

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New Approx. start time
Flipper  Talk's Cheap   Options Gone Fishin'  Subterranean Records      0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Clone Defects  Fill My Fridge   Options Shapes of Venus  In The Red  feat Timmy Vulgar of Human Eye, who are about to play live here at 11am!    0:10:48 (Pop‑up)
Chrome  TV as Eyes   Options Half Machine Lip Moves        0:11:37 (Pop‑up)
Punishment of Luxury  Puppet Life   Options You Drive Me Nervous: Diane Kamikaze's 2010 WFMU Marathon Premium        0:12:12 (Pop‑up)
John Wesley Coleman  Get High Babe   Options Bad Lady Goes to Jail  Goner  didja catch 'im live on Terre T's Cherry Blossom Clinic?  *   0:12:34 (Pop‑up)
Horrid Red  The Banquet   Options Empty Lungs  Holidays Records    *   0:14:50 (Pop‑up)
The Parasites of the Western World  Mo   Options The Parasites of the Western World  De Stijl / Criminal  reissued, nice!  *   0:17:19 (Pop‑up)
Purling Hiss  Down on the Delaware River   Options Hissteria  Richie Records  coming up on Brian Turner's show Dec 21st  *   0:31:19 (Pop‑up)

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Karen Cooper Complex  Jerkin' Pretty   Options Shinjuku Birdwalk [1981]  Artifacts/yclept  Free Music Archive    0:49:28 (Pop‑up)
Bum Creek  Bollywood   Options The Sound Of Young Canberra  New Weird Australia  Free Music Archvie  *    
Kidkaneivel  Zo0o0o0p!!! feat. Oddisee   Options Jus Like Music & Apple Juice Break present: Oscillations Part 2  Jus' Like Music Records  FreeMusic Archive    0:55:39 (Pop‑up)
Act  ESPioNS   Options         0:56:33 (Pop‑up)
  talkin' Girl Talk with Peter DiCola      
Peter DiCola calls in to talk GIRL TALK [10am]

Law professor Peter DiCola, co-author of the forthcoming book Creative License: Digital Sampling, Culture, and the Law, calls in to talk Girl Talk.

Earlier this week, the Illegal-Art label dropped All Day, the first release in over two years by the world's most renowned mashup artist. The free, purportedly "Creative Commons" release is a pop culture kaleidoscope with 372 overlapping samples of songs by the likes of The Rolling Stones, Prince, Nirvana and Beyoncé. Girl Talk claims this is a transformative fair use, and we'd like to believe him, but then again, it was released on a label called "Illegal Art". So why hasn't Girl Talk been sued? We'll address this question and more with Peter DiCola, an expert on copyright law’s regime for digital sampling.

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Sushishooshamp  Funambule (hip-hop version)   Options Dogmazic mix    Free Music Archive    1:40:22 (Pop‑up)
Amanda  Up Against the Wall Redneck Mama   Options Power Child FMA Sampler    Free Music Archive    1:44:42 (Pop‑up)
The Sediment Club  Panic Berlin Fun   Options Live on WFMU    Free Music Archive    1:47:55 (Pop‑up)
Mazing Vids  Could You Die   Options Drastic Mirth    Free Music Archive    1:49:20 (Pop‑up)
Sharitah Manush  Beyond the Universe   Options Demo 2009    Free Music Archive    1:54:21 (Pop‑up)
Hayvanlar Alemi  Guarana Superpower   Options Demolar 2007-2008    new version available on their new Sublime Frequencies LP!    1:59:27 (Pop‑up)
live music from Detroit's scifi sloppunk heroes HUMAN EYE [11am]

With Human Eye, Timmy "Vulgar" Lampinen space-launches the Iggy Pop spirit he brought to his earlier garage-punk bands (Clone Defects & Epileptix) stepping into new dimensions that reflect reality through science fiction. Human Eye's debut full-length was released by In The Red in 2005 and their latest, Fragments of the Universe Nurse, came out on Hook or Crook.

Meanwhile Timmy's Organism -- originally conceived as a solo 4track recording project -- has taken off with a nice set of 7-inches and the brand new Rise of the Green Gorilla LP (Sacred Bones).

WARNING: certain visual aspects of Human Eye's live set (like the octopus and the silver tubing) may not translate over the radio, so you gotta see 'em live!!!

LINEUP: Alien pianos-Johnny Lzr Drums/percussion/sax-Hurricane William Guitar/vocals-Timmy Lampinen Bass-Brad Hales

Details on Tonight's free show @ Red7 in Austin TX

Details on Saturday's Return of Detroit show in Brooklyn w/ Timmy's Organism

Human Eye  Human Eye   Options Live on WFMU        2:12:08 (Pop‑up)
Human Eye  Impregnate the Martian Queen   Options Live on WFMU        2:16:25 (Pop‑up)
Human Eye  Sly Glass Foam   Options Live on WFMU        2:18:40 (Pop‑up)
Human Eye  Slop Culture   Options Live on WFMU        2:22:19 (Pop‑up)
Human Eye  talk's cheap interview   Options         2:32:49 (Pop‑up)
Druid Perfume  Aint it Rubbish   Options Tin Boat To Tuna Town  Bumbo    *   2:45:04 (Pop‑up)
Tyvek  4312   Options Nothing Fits  In the Red    *   2:46:27 (Pop‑up)
Terrible Twos  Negative Drip   Options Shiftless Decay: New Sounds of Detroit (V/A)  X! Records      2:48:17 (Pop‑up)
Red Mass  Hurt Me   Options Red Mass  Florida's Dying    *   2:50:01 (Pop‑up)
Electric Eels  Accident   Options God Says Fuck You  Homestead      2:52:03 (Pop‑up)
Conspiracy of Owls  Three   Options Conspiracy of Owls  Burger  feat Johnny Lzr of Human Eye  *   2:55:14 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  9:14am CheriPi:

I've been hair whipping since Flipper.
  9:15am jason:

me too and g'mornin CherIPi! Got a great show planned for you
  9:16am Aaron:

great set with coffee!
  9:19am Tom:

Present and lovin the racket. Excited for Human Eye!
  9:23am jason:

hey Aaron, can I have some o that coffee?

Tom, didja make it to last night's Human Eye show?? I heard there was glitter and wildness
  9:25am Aaron:

here ya go Jason - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Ky7g1lgTwc
  9:25am CheriPi:

Green Tea here, need the antioxidants.
  9:26am Tom:

Haha - I was sound asleep LONG before they took the stage. Wakin up at 6 catches up with you. My loss I'm sure ...
  9:33am CheriPi:

Purling Hiss are just the perfect band for me right now.
  9:40am glenn:

i likes purling hiss.
  9:42am Chris from DC:

Gonna see them next week with Kurt Vile hopefully.
  9:44am BSI:

present and accounted for and yawning my fool head off.
  9:46am Aaron:

thanks for the link to FMA!
  9:50am mark in cbus:

hopefully i can get away with playing live set by human eye while i'm here at work - can't wait!
  9:53am Cecile:

Corn weenie! Really really!
  9:56am C. Weenie:

Girl Talk's Cheap.......And Jason Sigal Signaled In The Thursday Mid Morning
  10:06am Cecile:

This is fun, but I still like Radio Soulwax's Skee-lo mashup there.
  10:09am Vicki (People Like Us - also on Illegal Art!):

  10:10am Cecile:

He hasn't been sued because he knows what he's doing and has the stones to back it up.
  10:10am Cecile:

  10:10am Vicki (People Like Us - also on Illegal Art!):

Fatboy Slim paid Negativland's record company to sample something by Negativland that they didn't even own in the first place :)
  10:11am fishmonkeystew:

Howdy All!
  10:13am Vicki (People Like Us - also on Illegal Art!):

there's a whole mafia of people that would run to Girl Talk's side to help him
  10:18am Cecile:

unpredicatable = bonkers
  10:19am Cecile:

Who I think is really transformative is Basement Jaxx. Girl Talk is kind of instigating, and God bless him for it, but he's not really writing new songs off them.
  10:19am john:

Girl Talk is like, an interesting Pop Culture experience... and I appreciate that he pushes the legal limits. But musically it doesn't really add up to much more than those mashups you see cheerleaders dance to at bad halftime shows
  10:23am Vicki (People Like Us - also on Illegal Art!):

also someone doing the clearance would not get replies from a lot of people if the person is considered small fish
  10:26am Todd 76%:

I've been involved in making u'ground music since the early '80s and one of the biggest kicks I've ever gotten was when Eye from the Boredoms sampled/looped one of my band's songs for a Hanatarash track. For us, it was an honor!
  10:32am Cecile:

Kraftwerk are very protective because they feel an artist is completely responsible for what their music conveys and inspires. It's impressive but not good if you are a sampler.

I think a whole big part of this problem is that most members of US Congress wouldn't know art if it were painted across their face.
  10:35am Cecile:

Todd, that's awesome. What track was it?
  10:38am dc pat:

yeah, really. If Eye samples you, you're doing something right.
  10:43am dc pat:

Nice talk Jason, as usual. Always something to think about on your show. Thanks.
  10:45am dc pat:

YEAH, Amanda!!
  10:49am dc pat:

YEAH, Sediment Club!!

...where'd everybody go?
  10:51am jason:

hey thanks DC Pat!

Vicki that's awesome re: Negativland -- do you know if Fatboy Slim was licensing the Negativland arrangement, and then separately licensing the music Negativland sampled?
  10:56am jason:

HUMAN EYE coming up in ~10 minutes!!
  11:00am postmanpaul:

Hi Jason, this is nice. Am here via a wfmu portal. Scary. Just met SmokinJ and Charlie in another dimension.
Maybe a litlle morrocan pollen was involved, I don't know...
  11:01am Tom:

Oh man, lovin this Hayvanlar, was blastin it last night makin BROWNIES!
  11:03am jason:

hey PMP! what portal was that?? how are smokinj and charlie?
  11:04am dc pat:

What?! You mean there's some OTHER place to hang out?
  11:09am postmanpaul:

Charlie benevolently redirected me (cheshire-cat like...) back here and SmokinJ said something dream-like, like, 'that's just like paul, going getting lost in these parts..."
Yes there is another place, dcpat... another way.
  11:10am mark in cbus:

does amanda have a fan club? i want an amanda t-shirt.
  11:11am dc pat:

Ya gotta listen to the Amanda interviews. Hilarious, she still talks like that.
  11:15am postmanpaul:

I personally can't 'get into' the prevailing Amanda hysteria... and god knows I've tried!
  11:19am Tom:


Jason, do ya know if Human Eye has something comin out?
  11:21am jason:

yes they have a 7'' coming out on Scion's record label (a split with Sex Beat) and an LP coming out on Sacred Bones!
  11:23am SmokinJ:

Wow! That was fun!
  11:23am tim:

Does anyone else who lives outside of Michigan use the term "party store"? People didn't know what the hell I was talking about when I moved to Illinois and said I was going to the party store.
  11:24am SmokinJ:

Here in Brewtown it's 'Beer Depot' tim...
  11:24am dc pat:

I don't know what the hell yer talking about unless you're going to go get some balloons and paper plates.
  11:25am gauche:

I'm stoked on this Amanda "hysteria". I've been waiting for a "where is she now" follow up since the first time i heard her played on fmu a couple of years ago.
  11:28am Tom:

Man, where does Timmy find time to sleep?
  11:29am tim:

Yeah, that's what I'm talking about, DC Pat. People were amazed that I found a "party store" that also sold beer and booze.
  11:31am dc pat:

yeah, well now THAT's a real party store. We don't have those around here...
  11:32am Todd 76%:

@ Cecile: Sorry had to step away for a bit. It's track 7 on Hanatarash 4 if I remember correctly. It samples the whole intro to 76% Uncertain's "Condo" from our third LP, with Eye's panned hard left or right, alternating... screeching . Thanks, dc pat!
  11:34am Cecile:

Detroit is a pit, but Detroit people are the greatest. Rock on, Timmy and crew!
  11:36am Cecile:

Timmy Lampinen, I bet you have family in the UP.
  11:38am Cecile:

Also, Human Eye reminds me of Todd (Tamanend) Clark a little - Rust Belt sci fi psych
  11:47am dc pat:

man, Druid Perfume is cool.
  11:56am efd:

Conspiracy Of Owls - ALBUM OF THE YEAR!! (maybe)
  11:57am efd:

Top 10 for sure... I still need to get my list together.
  11:58am Nate in Detroit:

Great live set and interview! And thanks for the mini Detroit set...I live in the same neighborhood as a couple of those bands
  12:20pm hank:

Conspiracy of Qwls = a Parliament...
  11:02am jason:

Human Eye on the FMA: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/human_eye

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