Options Martha: Playlist from June 10, 2012 Options

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Options June 10, 2012

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Artist Track Album Label New Approx. start time
Suzuki Junzo  Shivering Larry's Last Freakout   Options Ode to a Blue Ghost  Utech  *   0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Fadensonnen  Black Heat   Options White Night  Fadensonnen  *   0:08:12 (Pop‑up)
Mgla  [Track no. 3]   Options With Hearts Towards None  Northern Heritage  *   0:14:06 (Pop‑up)
La Race  Stephan Eicher Doit Mourir   Options s/t  213/Label Brique/Piou Piou/Et Mon Cul C'est du Tofu?/Pouet!/Schallplatten  *   0:22:12 (Pop‑up)
?Courge Solo Fi?  [Tracks something]   Options Nico Edouard/Courge Solo Fi/Krinator/Koonda Holaa  Label Brique  *   0:31:30 (Pop‑up)
The Wake  O Pamela   Options Here Comes Everybody + Singles 1983-1987  Captured Tracks    0:38:04 (Pop‑up)
Dog Eat Dog  The Search   Options s/t  Claremont    0:43:40 (Pop‑up)
Rayon Beach  Jacuzzi Limo Explosion   Options This Looks Serious  Hozac  *   0:46:25 (Pop‑up)
Andrew Quitter  Left Bleeding in the Woods...   Options Entering Saturn's Return  Ilse  *   0:48:48 (Pop‑up)
Deutsche Amerikanischen Freundschaft  [Track no. 4]   Options Ein Produkt der Deutsch Amerikanischen Freundschaft  Bureau B  *   0:55:05 (Pop‑up)
Aaron Dilloway  Shatter All Organized Activities (Eat the Rich)   Options Modern Jester  Hanson  *   0:57:44 (Pop‑up)
Speedwolf  Speedwolf   Options Ride With Death  Hell's Headbangers  *   1:03:20 (Pop‑up)
Split Cranium  Tiny Me   Options s/t  Hydra Head  *   1:08:42 (Pop‑up)
Bone Awl  Elusive Sun   Options Bone Awl/Ashdautas split lp  Crep├║sculo Negro  *   1:12:11 (Pop‑up)
NRIII  Bonedust   Options In the Dark There are Fingers that Grab: My Castle of Quiet Companion No. 3, WFMU Marathon Premium 2012  [no label]    1:13:42 (Pop‑up)
Elodie  Mirage   Options La Lumiere Parfumee  Faraway Press  *   1:16:25 (Pop‑up)
Six Impossible Things  Dirty and Disgusting   Options s/t  Unwecht    1:27:45 (Pop‑up)
Moe Tucker  Talk So Mean   Options I Feel So Far Away: Anthology 1974-1998  Sundazed    1:30:15 (Pop‑up)
Big Maybelle  Ocean of Tears   Options I Smell a Rat: Early Black Rock 'n Roll #2 1949-1959 (V/A)  Trikont    1:38:46 (Pop‑up)
Doug Jerebine  Ain't so Hard to Do   Options Jesse Harper  Drag City    1:41:17 (Pop‑up)
Kadaver  Black Sun   Options s/t  Tee Pee  *   1:45:57 (Pop‑up)
Wildildlife  Fuck That   Options Give in to Live  Volcom  *   1:54:17 (Pop‑up)
Tetras  Pareidolia iv   Options Pareidolia  FSS  *   1:58:05 (Pop‑up)
Cellular Chaos  Smothering Instinct   Options s/t  UgExplode  *   2:17:17 (Pop‑up)
Xaddax  Stark Terms   Options Counterclockwork  Skin Graft  *   2:19:06 (Pop‑up)
Gay Witch Abortion  Curses   Options Maverick  Learning Curve  *   2:21:19 (Pop‑up)
Blasted Canyons  Glass on your Pillow   Options 2nd Place  Castle Face  *   2:23:51 (Pop‑up)
The Psyched  Good Boy   Options s/t  Slovenly/Black Gladiator  *   2:27:37 (Pop‑up)
Seawhores  Our Embassy   Options A Butcher's Waltz (V/A)  Learning Curve  *   2:29:06 (Pop‑up)
Gog  360┬║ [Side A]   Options In Our Architecture this Resounds  King of the Monsters  *   2:32:57 (Pop‑up)
Owen Marshall  Electric Flower   Options The Naked Truth  Jazzman    2:41:04 (Pop‑up)
Black Music Disaster  Black Music Disaster [excerpt, unfortunately]   Options Black Music Disaster  Thirsty Ear  *   2:45:44 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  9:06pm dave:

great way to kick off the show's last freakout for a while.

awesome as dave mandl is, sundays are gonna be a lot less fun without this show.
  9:09pm Martha:

Thanks! Trying to freakout a little more than usual this time out - we'll see how it works -
Dave's a great guy, does a great show, and has been off the schedule way to long - props to him - as always -
  9:13pm Tom - In Gravesend Brooklyn:

Loving the Freak out start and your show as always Martha... wanna just get out the strat and the little terror Princeton amp put it on 10++ ,, like I did one time on a last night when I used to do emergency alarms service ,, thinking this one particular time I was alone with axe and just let loose... like you are now and I know youll pop up now and then on the schedule also.. !!
  9:14pm Tom - In Gravesend Brooklyn:

.... 68th floor at about 1- 2am building in manhattan.... YEOWW!!! 10++
  9:18pm dave:

y'know i'm sure it's just me, but this mgla track is an example of something i've been noticing lately: a lot of recent black metal vaguely reminds me of fields of the nephilim, and not in a bad way at all.
  9:19pm Martha:

Sounds awesome! - and I hope to get some fill-ins over the summer - I'll post them on my F-book page I guess - where else does one put things like that these days???
  9:22pm Martha:

I'd agree - more open, not so claustrophobic - and less fear of that dreaded instrument, the guitar in a not completely percussive role -
  9:24pm dave:

yeah, and even occasional nods to the other dreaded instrument -- the synthesizer.
  9:24pm dave:

also, this la race thing is _great_.
  9:27pm Martha:

They're French! We have all this great new French music in here now, it's kind of weirding me out...
  9:32pm dave:

yeah, well, between all that new french music and the plastic bertrand and francis bebey reissues, there's clearly something afoot. probably something to do with the impending EU economic implosion.
  9:36pm Ken of Brooklyn:

BRILLIANT show Martha, love the last Courage Solo freak fest!!!
  9:42pm Martha:

We'll be getting back to the freak out soon but I am now indulging my alternative love, pop -
  9:46pm sinister dexter:

awesome show Martha ... lovin it ^_^ .... hey fellow listeners ... greetings all from grand rapids michigan ... cheers!
  9:48pm sinister dexter:

gonna miss ya Martha ... thanks from my heart ^_^ .. come back soon
  9:49pm Martha:

Hope so Mr. S. Dexter!!! - And perhaps the French are now exporting one of their natural resources as a last resort...
  9:57pm Ken of Brooklyn:

They work well together, and please try to muscle your way into the FMU family on a permanent basis!!!!
  9:58pm Martha:

Thanks Ken! - will do my best -
  9:58pm Lumpy:

Great show as usual. Going to miss you on Sunday night.
  9:58pm Ken of Brooklyn:

Cuz your one of fav DJs here, along with Bryce, Fabio and Wm Berger!!
  10:04pm Martha:

Thanks all, again, for the good wishes and words - I could quote A. Schwarzenegger [?sp?] here but I won't...
  10:06pm dave:

there are bands that shouldn't have theme songs. speedwolf is not one of those bands.
  10:07pm dave:

reaction to this track: "fuck yeah", followed by furious headbanging.
  10:10pm sinister dexter:

yup dave
  10:15pm Ken of Brooklyn:

Jacksonville FL noize!!! NRIII are absolutely amazing!!! You will be back Martha, a show this good will always return to the airwaves!!!
  10:16pm Martha:

If Speedwolf had another "self-describing" song I believe it would be "Motorhead" -
  10:17pm dave:

the NRIII and Elodie tracks remind me a lot of the Vladislav Delay Quartet thing from a while back. really nice.
  10:21pm dave:

i think it'd almost be redundant for speedwolf to have a track named "motorhead". probably the reason they have the "speedwolf" track is just to, y'know, reinforce the point that honest, they're not just a really kickass motorhead tribute band.

on the other hand, if they DID have one, you could set up an awesome sequence: speedwolf "motorhead" -> motorhead "r.a.m.o.n.e.s.".
  10:30pm Martha:

That is a great premium idea (an I am always in need of one!) - can I steal it?
  10:32pm Bob in DC and/or VA:

Martha -- I'm usually a lurker on this show but just wanted to say thanks, and hope to be listening to you later. The current schedule's Sunday lineup has been one huge dose of awesomeness after another, and I'm sorry that your chunk of it (among others) will be missing.
  10:37pm Martha:

Thanks Bob - I'll be missing it too but the new schedule has both some raw and finished gems in it so please stay tuned - and I appreciate the lurker status, that is usually me!!!
  10:37pm Richard from Venezuela:

Good evening Martha. Thanks for sharing amazing music. I discovered a lot of bands by your show. You're a terrific DJ. All the great wishes to you.
  10:40pm dave:

i'd be kinda surprised nobody's had that premium idea -- or one consisting entirely of bands performing songs with the same name as the band -- before...
  10:41pm Martha:

Thanks for checking in Richard - and thanks for all your help in tracking down song names, band links, etc. via the comments page -
  10:48pm Richard from Venezuela:

thanks to you Martha. By the way, this Kadaver's song sounds terrific
  10:49pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Tonight's show is the icing on the cake. A nice way to close out ye olde wekke-endde. Thanks for the fine music and looking forward to seeing you on the station down ye olde dirtte roade.
  10:51pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Note to self...come up with an app that translate regular words into "ye olde" words.
  11:02pm Martha:

Yep Dave, prob. has been done before - but at this point a lot of them have been done before - will need to check (if I need to do another premium, that is). Ken, thanks for the good words and I agree - would be a v. useful auto-translation function - always fascinated by the ye olde phenomenon -
  11:05pm dave:

welp, nice to see the show closes out the season in traditional form: by affecting my finances. this tetras album goes right on the "must. have. now." list.
  11:08pm Martha:

This Tetras release is an awesome record - beautiful, taut, sometimes even violent - four sides and four very different yet cohesive pieces -
  11:13pm dave:

they cover an awful lot of territory in just this piece. really great.
  11:36pm sinister dexter:

fuckin sweet ^_^
  11:37pm dave:

what dexter said.
  11:40pm Martha:

Yeah -
  11:56pm dave:

starting and ending with radically different freakouts, nice.
  11:57pm Martha:

  12:00am dave:

woah, j. spaceman's involved in that? that's a serious departure for him.
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