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Options April 16, 2012: Perfume Genius stops by to play some songs and chat

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New / Special Approx. start time
Perfume Genius  Put Yr Back N 2 It   Options Put Your Back N 2 It  Matador  Live set and interview with Perfume Genius coming up soon!  *   0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Circle  Hear Come the Warm Jets   Options Serpent  Ektro    *   0:02:53 (Pop‑up)
Pulp  Common People   Options Different Class  Island      0:13:30 (Pop‑up)
Magnetic Fields  When You Were My Baby   Options The Wayward Bus  Merge      0:19:02 (Pop‑up)
The 6ths  All Dressed up in Dreams   Options Wasps' Nests  London      0:21:36 (Pop‑up)
Perfume Genius Live
  Perfume Genius is Mike Hadreas with Alan Wyfels on keys and Eric Corson on guitar and percussion. For tour dates and other info, check Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/perfumegeniusofficial or @perfumegenius on Twitter. Session engineered by Diane Farris. Thanks to Nolan McGuire & Hector Montes for making things happen!
Perfume Genius  Take Me Home   Options Live on WFMU      ***   0:30:22 (Pop‑up)
Perfume Genius  Dark Parts   Options Live on WFMU      ***   0:32:20 (Pop‑up)
Perfume Genius  Hood   Options Live on WFMU      ***   0:35:30 (Pop‑up)
Perfume Genius  Katie   Options Live on WFMU      ***   0:37:44 (Pop‑up)
  Interview with Mike Hadreas, AKA Perfume Genius
Perfume Genius  Dirge   Options Put Your Back N 2 It  Matador  Edna St. Vincent Millay poem  *   0:54:42 (Pop‑up)
Edna St. Vincent Millay  Recuerdo   Options         0:57:59 (Pop‑up)
Caetano Veloso and David Byrne  Heaven   Options Live at Carnegie Hall  Nonesuch    *   0:59:04 (Pop‑up)
M. Ward  I Get Ideas   Options A Wasteland Companion  Merge    *   1:02:59 (Pop‑up)
Brian Olive  Go On Easy   Options Two of Everything  Alive    *   1:21:32 (Pop‑up)
Dr. John  Revolution   Options Locked Down  Nonesuch    *   1:21:39 (Pop‑up)
Rockin' Horse  I'm Trying to Forget You   Options Yes it Is  Sing Sing    *   1:24:54 (Pop‑up)
Billy Bragg  Must I Paint You a Picture   Options Workers Playtime  Elektra      1:28:42 (Pop‑up)
Evol  If I am Strong   Options Evol  Gear Fab    *   1:33:44 (Pop‑up)
The Jay Vons  Maybe I Loved You   Options 7"  Cryptovision      1:36:27 (Pop‑up)
Buck Owens  Together Again   Options Coloring Book EP  Omnivore  Record Store Day 2012 Release  *   1:39:05 (Pop‑up)
The Plimsouls  Making Time   Options Beach Town Confidential  Alive    *   1:48:16 (Pop‑up)
The Golden Boys  California   Options Dirty Fingernails  12XU    *   1:50:54 (Pop‑up)
The Manxx  Hard Lesson   Options Messin' Around 7"  Snappy Little Numbers    *   1:53:33 (Pop‑up)
Garotas Suecas  Bat Macumba   Options La Onda Vampi  Vampisoul    *   1:56:10 (Pop‑up)
Cornershop  Concrete, Concrete   Options Urban Turban- the Singhles Collection  Ample Play    *   1:59:05 (Pop‑up)
Uschi Bruning  Hochzeitsnacht   Options Eastern Bloc Funk Experience  Nascente    *   2:03:04 (Pop‑up)
Eurythmics  Take me to your Heart   Options In the Garden  RCA/Legacy    *   2:13:03 (Pop‑up)
Grimes  Oblivion   Options Visions  4AD    *   2:16:20 (Pop‑up)
Gary Numan  Metal   Options Living Ornaments '79  Beggars Banquet      2:20:17 (Pop‑up)
Phillippe Laurent  Distorsion   Options The Minimal Wave Tapes Vol. 2  Stones Throw    *   2:24:19 (Pop‑up)
Axxess  When the Lips Fly High   Options Novels for the Moons  Medical    *   2:27:53 (Pop‑up)
Sedition Ensemble  Tax   Options Regeneration Report  Sol Re Sol    *   2:31:08 (Pop‑up)
New Buildings  Historias Para Largos Recorridos   Options Tension: Spanish Experimental Underground 1980-1985  Munster    *   2:34:41 (Pop‑up)
Henri Texier  Homme Rouge   Options Amir  Sphinx    *   2:38:00 (Pop‑up)
Acanthus  La Chateau   Options The B-Music of Jean Rollin  Finders Keepers    *   2:43:04 (Pop‑up)
Windy & Carl  The Smell of Old Books   Options We Will Always Be  Kranky    *   2:46:28 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  12:08am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

Hi Therese! How was your Easter?
  12:10am rad:

cool song :)
  12:12am Ken From Hyde Park:

The Circle song is cool, I think.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:12am Therese:

Hey there! Easter was very nice, thank you. I hope you all played nice with Betsy while I was gone!
  12:13am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

Nice Brian Eno cover.

We told Betsy that you always play old Disney storybook records at the end of the show to tuck us in.
  12:14am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

*not really*
  12:18am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

Were you fortunate enough to go to either Pulp show? Did you see their Coachella set?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:19am Therese:

I didn't! But I did spend a lot of time this week watching footage of their Glastonbury show from 1995.
  12:22am Andrew Waterloo:

I caught the Jimmy Fallon appearance by Pulp
  12:24am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

I have that one. Also have last year's Reading Fest set in addition to a handful of audio boots.

I had efforted on going to Tuesday's show in San Francisco but alas it wasn't to be. I'm hoping they'll be at Austin City Limits Fest in the fall though I'd rather see them outside of a festival setting.

Coachella set at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=twq9miTwYms
  12:24am G:

Haven't heard this MF track in a few years. From his Phil Spector hommage.
  12:26am G:

twin spin...!
  12:41am G:

Stephin M. made a good transition to Perfume Genius. That's meant as a compliment to all involved...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:42am Therese:

Thank you, G!
  12:52am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

Blerg! The flash player is having issues.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:52am Therese:

Yikes! How are the other streams? Anyone?
  12:54am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

I'm lost. Are you talking about a computer game? I'll catch the missed section later on the archive. :)
  12:54am G:

mp3 stream sounds fine here so far...
  12:58am Ken From Hyde Park:

Flash player is working for me and so is the mp3 stream.
  1:00am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

That's the first time I've ever had an issue with the flash player. It's working fine now.
  1:01am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

Thanks to all for the update on stream status. :)
  1:08am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

Did you go the David Byrne and James Murphy conversation at Yale?
  1:16am Ifny:

Re: worrying about David's naked talking head...I worry rather that people keep driving huge hurtling metal behemoths all over flesh and public space. Cars are dangerous, not bikes. 40,000 US deaths from cars every year...and that's just from crashes, not pollution or wars for oil...or poor taste...
  1:18am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

Every Sunday night
Therese plays really great tunes

A special haiku for National Poetry Month. :D
  1:18am G:

Assigning selective hypothetical blame doesn't help someone who's dead or head-injured when a helmet could have saved them.
  1:23am Ifny:

Cars don't save people all the time, despite helmets. Just sayin'.
  1:24am Ifny:

If anyone should wear helmets it's people riding in cars. That's far more risky.
  1:24am G:

There's no point arguing with a fanatic. :-)
  1:25am Ifny:

Safety-culture is great unless it blaming the victim. That doesn't lead to safer practices. I'm a safety fanatic, 'tis true.
  1:26am Ifny:

There's no point in arguing with logic either :P
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:31am Therese:

Oh, I am all for more bikes and fewer cars- particularly in cities. But cars aren't the only thing a cyclist has to worry about busting his/her noggin on.
  1:35am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

I think we can all agree that zip-lines are the safest manner for a human to get from one place to another.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:36am Therese:

Exactly, BGZ! More zip-lines in 2012!
  1:39am Ifny:

Now if I can only figure out a way to attach a zip line to my bike~
  1:41am Ifny:

@Therese Cars are the primary thing that is going to smash skulls on the road (dinosaurs and falling boulders aside). Serious injuries from other causes are statistically remote when commuting by bike. When I race I wear a helmet. And in fact I wear a helmet when I ride anyway because I have a head injury (not from cycling); minor knocks or abrasions (the most likely type of non-car neck up injury for cyclists) are fine for most people, but not me -- I have to be careful about cumulative knocks. Hockey players should also wear helmets for the same reason when they ride a bike :P
  1:43am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

Grinnin' Buck!
  1:47am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

They are original. They found cases of them in a warehouse.
  1:50am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

Here's a full listing of this year's US Record Store Day releases: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0BxS-58SC6kJ1QXZuaFJSUmpRZDJfMVJ1dkZuQlQ4QQ/edit
  1:56am b:

I guess it's up to me to pedantically point out that "ooga-chucka" is the intro to the cheesy Hooked On a Feeling remake by Blue Swede, not the great Stealers Wheel single Stuck in the Middle With You. So I've done so. I feel better.
  1:58am G:

I call mashup :-)
  1:58am b:

Mashup would work.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:58am Therese:

Duh! I knew that. Did I say Stuck in the Middle with You? Sometimes my mouth doesn't listen to my brain. And my ears don't listen to my mouth, apparently.
  2:05am b:

I'd be happy to hear either of them. Just please no Seasons in the Sun.
  2:06am b:

OTOH I have no requests. You always do great.
  2:06am hesh:

childs play. by way
  2:09am G:

Hochzeitsnacht = wedding night (literally "high time's night")
  2:10am G:

Barry White called. He wants his arranger back. :-)
  2:15am G:

Dave, don't hassle the Hooked !!!
  2:17am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

Holy hell...that Hasselhoff video has abysmal production value.

That can't be unseen, Therese.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:17am Therese:

I warned you!
  2:18am hesh:

everbody sunshine i spelt with a period because it's a command
  2:22am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

Somebody went to the Alison Shaw vocal school.
  2:28am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

I taped "Urgh! A Music War" off of either IFC or Sundance many years ago. The version they broadcast was missing the Gary Numan performance.
  2:34am Destroit:

therese, this is great. Ping pong banging is wonderful!
  2:51am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

Yes...imaging images from Jean Rollin films will wipe Hasselhoff from my mind.
  2:56am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

Imagining even.
  3:01am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

Have a great week, Therese and all!
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