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Options May 7, 2012: Bunched Up

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Artist Track Album Label New Approx. start time
Waves on Canvas  Flowers of the Sea   Options Wire Tapper 28 (V/A)  The Wire  *   0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Neil Campbell & Robert Horton  Panharmonicon Particle Radio   Options Wire Tapper 28 (V/A)  The Wire  *   0:02:09 (Pop‑up)
Panabrite  Whirlpool   Options Sub-Aquatic Meditation  Aguirre  *   0:05:53 (Pop‑up)
Chris Forsyth  String Haters   Options Dreams  Family Vineyard  *   0:08:40 (Pop‑up)
Renart  Conte D'Eté   Options Petits Charmes EP  Cracki Records  *   0:20:24 (Pop‑up)
Freakapuss  Mars Age   Options Live at WFMU on The Cherry Blossom Clinic April 21st 2012  Free Music Archive  *   0:28:01 (Pop‑up)
New Mystikal Troubadours  The Fully Blissed-Out   Options III  Free Music Archive  *   0:33:24 (Pop‑up)
Sharon Van Etten  Leonard   Options Live on WFMU's Shrunken Planet, Feb 11th 2012  Free Music Archive  *   0:36:52 (Pop‑up)
Marisa Anderson  Electricity   Options Live at WFMU on Shrunken Planet April 28th, 2012  Free Music Archive  *   0:40:41 (Pop‑up)
Michael Stasis  Brown Cow   Options Chainsaw  Free Music Archive  *   0:44:59 (Pop‑up)
the Audiologist  Para Lysus   Options Question Everything [Deluxe]  Free Music Archive  *   0:48:50 (Pop‑up)
Phoniandflore  Melodica Time (Original Prod)   Options Melodica Time (V/A)  Free Music Archive / Angel Dust Records  *   0:51:33 (Pop‑up)
Pierlo  You Can't Unfeel the Rhythm (DJ JC Radio Edit)   Options Can't Unfeel the Rhythm EP (Commerciale '94 Megamix)  Free Music Archive  *   0:56:43 (Pop‑up)
Stacian  Escapist   Options Stacian Live at Treasure Town  Free Music Archive  *   0:59:13 (Pop‑up)
Disappears  Replicate   Options Live at WFMU on Talk's Cheap, April 26th 2012  Free Music Archive  *   1:05:49 (Pop‑up)
Benjamin Bret  Les Monstres   Options J'irai Molarder sur vos Urnes  Free Music Archive  *   1:09:47 (Pop‑up)
Terry Malts  Disconnect   Options Live at WFMU on Evan Funk Davies show, April 25th 2012  Free Music Archive  *   1:12:36 (Pop‑up)
The Hussy  Liar   Options Live at WFMU on The Cherry Blossom Clinic with Terre T on March 31, 2012  Free Music Archive  *   1:15:13 (Pop‑up)
Los Vigilantes  Ven Vamos   Options Live at WFMU on Three Chord Monte April 26th 2012  Free Music Archive  *   1:16:28 (Pop‑up)
The Rebel  Hard Times of Old England   Options Pre-Pub EP / Blocker For Coinslot EP  Ack! Ack! Ack!   *   1:24:22 (Pop‑up)
The Ripe  Be Adventurous   Options Into Your Ears  Get Hip  *   1:29:42 (Pop‑up)
Led Er Est  Timewave Zero   Options Winter 2011 (V/A) 7"  Sacred Bones  *   1:32:47 (Pop‑up)
Moon Pool & Dead Band  Recycling Concept   Options Moon Pool & Dead Band  Agitated  *   1:35:00 (Pop‑up)
Bader Motor  Bader Sontag   Options Wire Tapper 28 (V/A)  The Wire  *   1:39:21 (Pop‑up)
Zambri  Places   Options House of Baasa  Kanine  *   1:43:22 (Pop‑up)
Gelbart  Pop-Q   Options Mass Hypnosis by Proxy  Defekt  *   1:47:07 (Pop‑up)
Sensacion Shipibo  Amakaskin Amawe   Options Amakaskin Amawe 7"  Masstropicas  *   1:56:39 (Pop‑up)
Vis-a-Vis Dance Band  Kankyema   Options Obi Agye Me Dofo  Secret Stash    2:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Nicomedes Santa Cruz  Mama Luchita   Options The Rhythms of Black Peru (V/A)  Secret Stash    2:07:37 (Pop‑up)
Karantamba  Dimba Nyima   Options Ndigal  Teranga  *   2:10:19 (Pop‑up)
Los Jharis de Nana  Llevame Contigo   Options Los Creadores del Sonido de la Carretera Central  Masstropicas  *   2:15:29 (Pop‑up)
Bolbol Al-Hejaz and Soni Ahmad  Mushtaq (I'm Yearning)   Options Qat, Coffee & Qambus: Raw 45s from Yemen (V/A)  Parlortone  *   2:18:37 (Pop‑up)
Mahmoud Ahmed  Hoy Na-Na Jegnaw Na   Options Jeguol Naw Betwa  Mississippi    2:21:34 (Pop‑up)
Dwarf  I Won't Be Back   Options Gotta Get Louder 7"  Sing Sing    2:35:23 (Pop‑up)
Jet Staxx  I'm Gonna Be the Best Guy   Options I'm Gonna be the Best Guy 7"  Sing Sing    2:39:38 (Pop‑up)
The Limit  Uh Oh   Options The Limit  Cheap Rewards    2:42:35 (Pop‑up)
Moonmen On The Moon, Man  My Car   Options Maan EP  Capeshok  *   2:44:41 (Pop‑up)
Pumphouse Gang  Message from the USA   Options Pumphouse Gang  Sing Sing    2:45:59 (Pop‑up)
Thee Fine Lines  She's Long Gone   Options Six Jumpin' Tunes 7"  Chickpea  *   2:49:02 (Pop‑up)
Red Cross  Puss & Boots   Options 1979-1982 7"      2:51:16 (Pop‑up)
Charlie Megira & The Modern Dance Club  U.S.F.   Options Love Police  Guitars & Bongos  *   2:53:45 (Pop‑up)
G. Green  Sounds Famous   Options Funny Insurance 7"  12XU  *   2:55:05 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  9:02am Dead Corporate Eyes:

good morning! feelin' good today!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:06am Liz B.:

Morning DCE, and greetings to anyone else out there! Sleep deprivation will kick in for me later this afternoon, so you are in luck!
  9:10am onemanclapping:

Hello people!
  9:15am As I Am:

Hi all...what a lovely noise this is.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:16am Liz B.:

Enchilada poll: red sauce, green sauce, or mole?
  9:20am As I Am:

Would love to cast a vote, but, being UK based, am unsure about the sauce options and implications.
  9:21am Skirkie:

That question is surprisingly difficult.
  9:21am BenG:

Hi Liz. Thanks for not going stale and giving us the same format every week. This is a great surprise!
  9:22am Parq:

Green or molé, depending on the contents.
  9:24am As I Am:

If it is of any use, then I would choose the sauce that has just enough chilli to tickle my endorphins, without numbing my taste buds.
  9:25am BenG:

What's the mole like in the places with the fancy e?
  9:28am Bolondgomba:

This Renart track unfolds pleasantly, and the groove is cathartic
  9:30am BodegaMan:


Got my FMU swag over the weekend. Looking forward to your premium Liz. Swag day is much better than Christmas.
  9:31am Dead Corporate Eyes:

I've actually never had mole sauce. I'll stick with green!
  9:31am Dead Corporate Eyes:

gotta keep the music low for now...big brass sitting right across the corridor...
  9:33am onemanclapping:

Wise words BodegaMan. But I haven't showered with my freeform soap yet...
  9:35am Parq:

Great song, that "Mars Age". Think I'll mosey over to the FMA and grab it.
  9:36am Sandy in Houston:

I'll have the mole
  9:42am BSI:

Red and green. Always.
  9:43am earwax:

Nice stuff Liz. Great for a Monday AM.
  9:46am G. Smiley:

I'll expose the mole.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:46am Liz B.:

Mole in the winter, green in the summer, red on occasion.
  9:47am SteveL:

Exposing your mole could lead to legal action.
  9:49am Sandy in Houston:

Can I change my order to huevos rancheros?
  9:55am As I Am:

@Sandy...if it bypasses the enigmatic sauce options, I'll have the same :)
  9:56am Dead Corporate Eyes:

please change my lifestyle to "huevos rancheros"
  9:57am Sandy in Houston:

it's got the ranchero sauce. mm.
  9:58am As I Am:

So many sauces...so little time...
  9:59am BSI:

Dip the universe in Sriracha. I'll wait here.
  10:01am still b/p:

All sauce, Lorraine.
  10:02am Dead Corporate Eyes:

  10:03am As I Am:

I'd love to find out more about Mexican food, but I don;t have the re-sauces ... ha ha ha ha...oh ok...
  10:03am SteveL:

Huevos con chorizo or death!
  10:03am Dead Corporate Eyes:

BSI I'm using that one!
  10:06am Sandy in Houston:

chorizo and egg breakfast taco!
  10:09am BSI:

@DCE, it may not be mexican but it goes with everything EVERYTHING-everything.
  10:12am dc pat:

yeah, I use Srracha on everything too. I kind of use it in place of ketchup which I loath.
  10:13am dc pat:

...and I'll go with christmas as far as sauces go..
  10:16am Relevant:

  10:18am Skirkie:

And I was sitting here thinking, "This sounds like something Terre or Joe B would play." Gotta pay more attention.
  10:19am dc pat:

Relevant: that would be a go. Where do I get Sriracha pops?
  10:21am Dead Corporate Eyes:

I believe that would be "too much" for this old tongue
  10:22am Sandy in Houston:

I would like sriracha micheladas.
  10:26am Skirkie:

Shout out to that A-1 what has Tabasco in it.
  10:28am Relevant:

@DCP -
  10:29am Dead Corporate Eyes:

haha, buy a couple of cases of those bastards for halloween
  10:32am stib:

I'm up late for the second night in a row, working on some stuff for a friend, and That last track had me dancing on the table swinging an imaginary cutlass. Arrr! Sleep deprived Piratical salutations to you!
  10:34am BenG:

Speaking of links: The Summer Stage Calendar online. They've made it really easy to find a concert in any of the park venues.
  10:36am dc pat:

thanks Relevant. Hmm, 36? That's it? Guess I should get 2 of those...
  10:39am Relevant:

NP - Don't forget to use the discount code - hi internet! for 15% discount.
  10:39am BSI:

[raises hand sheepishly at the mention of "sleep-deprived"]
  10:42am Dead Corporate Eyes:

I, on the other hand, am well-rested and un-hungover, for once.
  10:42am don:

ya susan!
  10:42am dc pat:

is it lunch yet? I was going to just get a veggie sandwich but now I want enchiladas, new mexico style.
  10:43am Dead Corporate Eyes:

not to be smug.
  10:43am BSI:

...but this Bader Motor thing is helping tremendously. ..
  11:01am Dead Corporate Eyes:

server go bye-bye?
  11:01am Dead Corporate Eyes:

and server come back
  11:03am BSI:

this rhythm plus DCE's message suddenly put the voice of Fela Kuti in my head, singing "SERVER...NO GET ENEMY..." weird...
  11:10am Carmichael:

Good morning everyone.
  11:12am Carmichael:

Oh, and both red & green sauce, please. Mole is too much for me.
  11:17am kat330:

Hi, Liz, Carm and all! Lovely Cinco de Mayo leftovers I've tuned into. :)
  11:18am dc pat:

I have simple syrup leftovers. Gonna make more juleps this weekend.
  11:19am Dead Corporate Eyes:

anybody make some $ gambling on the horses?
  11:20am kat330:

Aha, the julep man! You watch the horseraces, pat?
  11:20am kat330:

Joisey gal, Rosie Napravnik, became the first female jockey to win the Kentucky Oaks race on Friday. She was riding on Believe You Can. I believe she did!
  11:21am kat330:

@DCE: I get no kick from gambling. Champagne OTOH....
  11:21am dc pat:

I'm from KY, I have no choice. No dough was made gambling..
  11:23am dc pat:

first time I used simple syrup with the juleps tough and they were great. But man, that is one sneaky way to transport bourbon to your bloodstream. It tastes like koolaid at first..
  11:24am kat330:

Huh, I don't recall ever seeing you are from KY in the comments, and the "dc" puts you elsewhere. So what part you from?
  11:26am G:

Doesn't "I'm from" often mean either birth or some other earlier stage in life?
  11:26am Dead Corporate Eyes:

probably a "holler"
  11:27am dc pat:

..didn't help that we had open bottles of Patron and Tullamore Dew sitting around too...

kat: Louisville, born there but we moved out soon after. I spent most of my childhood in PA. So I'm a real Pennsyltuckian. I've been living in DC (actually IN DC) for the past 18 years.
  11:28am dc pat:

G: precisely.
  11:28am dc pat:

my mom still has a fairly thick KY accent.
  11:30am kat330:

Ah, OK. Yes, that's what I figured "from" meant, but as I said, never noticed a comment mentioning KY from DC Pat in the past. Louisville area is where I'm "from", too, but came back here for elderly parents.
  11:32am kat330:

I can slip back into a bit of southern accent with ease, but I shed it completely during my 20+ years living in New England, LA and Chicago.
  11:32am BSI from the Astral Plane:

Not sure I could identify a Kentucky accent. How would you describe it in 4 words or less?
  11:34am dc pat:

BSI: Trah the pah. [Try the pie]

we forgot to make derby pie this year. That will NOT happen next year.
  11:34am Sandy in Houston:

come to the Acheron show on Thursday!
  11:34am kat330:

@BSI: Around Kentuckiana, it's as much country/hick as southern. Not the smooth southern from Savannah or Tennessee Williams plays. :)
  11:35am BSI:

mmmmmm...... pah.....
  11:36am kat330:

And don't forget the pronunciation of the city: Lullvul.
  11:37am dc pat:

mom makes fun of her sons for saying "pyeeee" instead of pah.
  11:38am dc pat:

yeah, Looahvull is the way we say it.
  11:42am Rhubarb Brass Band:

  11:43am Ed P.:

three cheers for Sing Sing
  11:45am kat330:

And for the FMA. Looks like I missed a great set. Phoniaandflore -- heh, was it great melodica? [yes, I'll check the archive later, too]
  11:47am BenG:

Hey Liz, is the end of today's show some kind of personal note of yours?
  11:47am tony:

Coincidentally, this song is about a car and that Limit song sounded like the Cars.
  11:47am G:

In American dialectology, there are three main regions -- northern, midland, and southern, running in bands from east to west, reflecting how people migrated and settled from east to west. Northern Ohio is northern (shading into midwestern, which is a version of northern) pronunciation, and southern Ohio and certainly anywhere south of Cincy and thr Ohio River shades into Midland. Commong example: Northern pronunciation is "greasy" (with an s sound), Midland and Southern is traditionally "greazy" -- etc. etc.
  11:49am dc pat:

huh, I've heard guys with thick New York accents say "greazy"
  11:50am G:

My only KY connection is a Pulaski County family reunion with one-time in-laws a few times, but that's most of the way down to Tennessee...
  11:50am joker:

you are one cunning linguist
  11:51am BSI:

....and then there's the MD eastern shore, which has a direct link to the third moon of Jupiter, I think.
  11:53am BenG:

When it comes to the blues, it runs North- South roughly up the Mississippi River, From Zydeco and New Orleans to St. Louis to Chicago
  11:53am kat330:

Well, I thought it was a nice KY --> NJ connection with Rosie in the Oaks, but maybe the Jersey folks couldn't care less. :)
  11:54am G:

The Chesapeake and the VA rivers that empty into it are really the original core of southern language and culture. That was the first place settled in the southern part of the country. If you think the eastern shore of MD/VA pronunciation sounds distinctive, check out some of the islands in the bay (Tilghman, etc.) that were more isolated until quite recently and retain older features
  11:57am kat330:

Thanks, Liz! I'll catch the early bits in the archive.
  11:59am dc pat:

BSI: most. annoying. accent. ever.
  11:59am northguineahills:

Nice set, I've been a little silent today.
  11:59am Dead Corporate Eyes:

bye Liz!
  11:59am G:

@Ben: Because the north developed economically and had urbanization and the south didn't (till after 1950), in the early and mid 1900s both whites and blacks went north to work in factories etc. (better than subsistence agriculture) -- and their culture went along, of course.
When I lived in southern Michigan, there were many people from KY and TN whose parents had come north for auto work or general economic opportunity. That's how Chicago became a distant offshoot of Delta culture. :-)

In the 1800s, settlement went east-west from the Atlantic. In the first half of the 20th, it went south to north. In more recent decades, it's shifted to north-south, as southern cities have caught up on all their lost time by growing much more rapidly than older northern ones.
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