Options Knuckle Sandwich with Dave Bombay: Playlist from September 11, 2015 Options

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A sexy, multi-genre romp through time and space. Sifting through the crap to pull brand spankin' new tunes every Friday. Ketchup/Catsup.

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Options September 11, 2015: Back from a world tour! Your host - Dave Bombay!

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Artist Track Album Comments New Approx. start time
The Books   Group Autogenics 1   Options The Way Out  KNUCKLE SANDWICH THEME TUNE    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Czarface  Don the Armor   Options Every Hero Needs A Villain    *   0:08:28 (Pop‑up)
Linear Labs  Memories of War feat. Laetitia Sadier   Options Los Angeles    *   0:11:09 (Pop‑up)
Afx Twin  bonus EMT beats   Options Orphaned Deejay Selek 2006-2008    *   0:10:21 (Pop‑up)
Nosaj Thing  Varius   Options Fated    *   0:16:20 (Pop‑up)
Nasaj Thing  Watch   Options Fated    *   0:16:40 (Pop‑up)
Dels   Pulls Feat. Kerry Leatham   Options Petals Have Fallen    *   0:17:16 (Pop‑up)
Dels   You Live In My Head (album version) feat. Elan Tamara   Options Petals Have Fallen    *   0:22:30 (Pop‑up)
Majutsu No Niwa  Tokyo Zero Fighter   Options The Night Before    *   0:37:31 (Pop‑up)
Sciflyer  Beyond Event Horizon   Options Energizer    *   0:38:40 (Pop‑up)
Self Defense Family  Ditko   Options Heaven Is Earth    *   0:43:08 (Pop‑up)
Bobby Brown  My Hawaiian Home   Options Psychemagik Presents: Magik Sunset Part 1    *   0:49:26 (Pop‑up)
Freedom Hawk  Blood Red Sky   Options Into Your Mind    *   0:56:53 (Pop‑up)
Abrahama  An Offering to the Wolves   Options Reflections in the Bowels of a Bird    *   0:57:43 (Pop‑up)
T-Tops  Wipedown   Options T-Tops  from Pittsburgh  *   1:04:11 (Pop‑up)
Deaf Wish  They Know   Options Pain    *   1:06:52 (Pop‑up)
Ex-cult  Cigarette Machine   Options Cigarette Machine    *   1:15:31 (Pop‑up)
No Joy  Hollywood Teeth   Options More Faithful    *   1:19:54 (Pop‑up)
Landlines  Things Haven't Been The Same (Since You Got Back From Italy)   Options Log Out, Tune Up, Drop Dead  great album name!  *   1:24:21 (Pop‑up)
Radical Dads  Dont Go   Options Universal Coolers      1:27:20 (Pop‑up)
The Blind   Out of Work   Options Live in San Francisco    *   1:33:26 (Pop‑up)
Radioactivity  Silent   Options Silent Kill    *   1:34:43 (Pop‑up)
Frank Catalano/Jimmy Chamberlin  Expressions (for John Coltrane)   Options God's Gonna Cut You Down    *   1:43:10 (Pop‑up)
Jimi Tenor & Umo   Blue Ural   Options Mysterium Magnum    *   1:50:19 (Pop‑up)
Amara Toure  N'Nijo   Options 1973-1980    *   1:55:18 (Pop‑up)
Dam-Funk  Junie's Transmission   Options Invite the Light    *   2:03:26 (Pop‑up)
The Ex  Flutes Tale   Options The Ex at Bimhuis (1991-2015)    *   2:04:11 (Pop‑up)
Gold Star   Learning the Blues   Options Dark Days    *   2:25:48 (Pop‑up)
Bird Radio  The Monologue   Options Oh, Happy England    *   2:26:23 (Pop‑up)
Ultimate Painting  Sweet Chris   Options Green Lanes    *   2:28:22 (Pop‑up)
Mike Krol  Left Out   Options Turkey    *   2:31:43 (Pop‑up)
Best Girl Athlete  Turn on the Radio   Options Carve Every Word    *   2:36:46 (Pop‑up)
Yo La Tengo  Rickety   Options Stuff Like That There    *   2:37:08 (Pop‑up)
Various  Easy as A.B.C.   Options Everything's Coming Up Profits: The Golden Age of Industrial Musicals: the 1950's Vol 1    *   2:49:08 (Pop‑up)
The Apehangers  Reel Ten   Options The Apehangars    *   2:49:59 (Pop‑up)
The Shade  All Is Gone   Options Last Of The Garage Punk Unknowns Vol. 3 & 4    *   2:51:06 (Pop‑up)
the young strangers  She's Gone   Options Last Of The Garage Punk Unknowns Vol. 3 & 4    *   2:55:42 (Pop‑up)
Micusmule & Makiki Tanaka  La Clairiete enchantee   Options A Mutantine Collection (V/A)    *   3:06:16 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:10am Ken From Hyde Park:

Hi, Dave. Nice to have some Knuckle Sandwich like this. How ya been?
Avatar 12:12am Dave Bombay:

Hi Ken! I've been doing well. Its nice to haunt studio A again! Glad your ears are still open!
  12:13am JakeGould:

Was actually thinking about a late night sandwich. But more along the lines of cheese.
Avatar 12:17am SiHV:

Listening after a disastrous day. Never heard your show before, but diggin it.
Avatar 12:36am Dave Bombay:

@Jake- Oh, this show can get cheezy... dont you worry.
@SiHV- glad you are with us tonight! All of my old shows are located here if you want to check em out! wfmu.org/playlists/kw
  12:37am Santos L Halper:

Great sounds Dr Bombay!
Avatar 12:38am Dave Bombay:

Thanks Santos L! Great name!
  12:38am rw:

Hello! Enjoying the sandwich!
Avatar 12:42am Andrew S:

whew smokin' tunes
  12:58am JakeGould:

Was that “Abrahama” or was it “Black Sabbath?”
Avatar 12:59am Dave Bombay:

That was freedom Hawk. This is Abrahama. It sounded very Sabbathy though.
  1:00am JakeGould:

Thanks Dr. Bombay!
  1:40am JakeGould:

I have no problems with jazz. *crickets* *crickets* *crickets* *crickets* *crickets*
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:40am Īke:

Re: no new rock in NYC -- well, radio geeks have hashed over that topic endlessly on various silly local radio message boards. Supposedly NYC is "not a rock town" anymore, and this & that about the demos, e.g. local Latinos aren't Mexican enough (many Mexicans like rock, while Caribbean Latinos supposedly do not). Yeah right, whatever. Moot point now anyway, since commercial radio is so appalling -- finally get a new rock station, it'd be repetitive as hell.
Avatar 1:42am Dave Bombay:

Totally true. I have contributed to those message boards & discussions myself. I agree, it would be repetitive and crappy- but its the principle of the thing I guess...
  1:46am b k:

The weirdest part of NYC not having a real rock station is that White Plains does. (107.1 The Peak) The coolest rock station in the area that is locally owned and pays it's DJ's should be in the city, not Westchester.
Avatar 1:51am Dave Bombay:

I have heard of the Peak. Too bad they arent in the thick of it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:54am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...Knuckle Sandwich ! !...
Avatar 1:54am Dave Bombay:

Hi RevRabbit!
  1:55am b k:

You can get them in The Bronx and some parts of Queens and they play every thing from Chuck Berry to right now with DJ's that know their stuff.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:59am Ike:

You can pick up a rock station from NJ, 105.5, in some parts of NYC as well (at least when Flatbush or maybe Bronx pirates aren't drowning it out) but that's a crappy boring station IMHO.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:04am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...okay: I'm always going on about how when Rock Radio existed
- before everything (not just Music - but Music & Rock can be the canary in the coalmine if it matters to you & you notice) was a company owned by a larger company by a larger one
- & thus controlled exclusively by lawyers & beancounters
...Rawk Radio stations would do exactly that b k
- they would play not just the latest charting blah blah, or three highest charting songs by 20 acts like
Classic Rawk format does
...& thus there was Continuity in Rawk Culture &History - it was still a living & ongoing thing that had a Past connected to the Present, & had some deep-cut Depth...Rock Radio...it was a different world...
  2:04am JakeGould:

@b k: The thing with 107.1FM (The Peak) is not weird when you realize White Plains is the suburbs compared to core NYC and that’s where lots of folks go to retire, chill, not be in NYC anymore. Talent migration if you will.
Avatar 2:05am Dave Bombay:

@jake - makes sense
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:07am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...of course Radio itself is replaced by Webio & Podcasts & stuff
...I also live in smalltown NewHampshuh where Culture can't get theah from heah (we're a tiny town & there's no less than two Pop40 'Country' stations)...
Avatar 2:07am Dave Bombay:

It is kind of funny that NYC is a musical tastemaker but cant sustain a rock station in the city. Bands flock to NYC (or are born here) but there is no real outlet for them other than club shows/WFMU/WSOU (kind of). It is a sign of the times. Se la vie.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:10am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- & getting on the radio used to be how anyone expected to make it...
  2:12am JakeGould:

@Dave Bombay: “It is kind of funny that NYC is a musical tastemaker but cant sustain a rock station in the city.” Rock station? What about decent rock clubs within Manhattan or even in non-deep parts of Brooklyn. I mean at some point people are going to question why they are coming to NYC to “make it” when they can just create buzz elsewhere.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:15am Ike:

The biggest problem w/NYC radio is that its major commercial stations are all gigantic and thus highly leveraged, i.e. tethered to lots of debt, so the owners all aim right at #1 to pay it all off ASAP, instead of aiming for a healthy, sustainable #11 or #14. 107.1 FM is in a much smaller market so it's probably not worth so much that its owners get tied down.
Avatar 2:15am Dave Bombay:

@jake - i fully agree.
  2:16am JakeGould:

Wonder if 107.1FM is like WKRP. And by that I mean do they have a Bailey and Dr. Johnny Fever on staff.
  2:19am JakeGould:

@Ike: I think what you are describing is not just a phenomenon in the world of radio but the general, “Be on top or be a loser!” mentality we live in. Especially in NYC and maybe the rest of the US nowadays. Everything is an investment everywhere. The idea of owning—for example—a small modest business where you make enough to just exist is harder and harder to do nowadays.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:19am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- zackly - it's Top Down not Bottom Up
...why ask some twerpy little DJ what music & culture are - the Corporation can research that for you: i.e. they don't get it - & we get garbage Culture. FMU is basically Opting Out of that entire thing - which fortunately for me here in nowhere, is technically possible...
  2:24am rw:

Thanks Dave Bombay for coming in tonight! You make an excellent sandwich. I'd like to stick around 'til the bitter end but I'm fading out. Later kids!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:26am Andrew Waterloo:

The story I get from one of the local DJs here is that expenses are low, the billables are healthy, and the dividends take more than their share.
Avatar 2:30am Dave Bombay:

Thanks for joining us RW!
  2:49am ian:

wow mind blown. people explode all the time..
Avatar 2:50am Dave Bombay:

so true.
  2:52am JakeGould:

Speaking of exploding people, when was the last time any of us heard of people spontaneously combusting? I mean that was like big in the 1970s. UFOs, bigfoot and people sitting around and then *BOOM* exploded in fire with no apparent cause.
  2:57am ian:

the x files played it out
Avatar 2:57am Dave Bombay:

Thanks for joining me tonight everyone! Stan is up next!
  2:59am JakeGould:

Maybe hipsters can revive the spontaneous combustion trend? Like someone just find a beard, a fixie and a mason jar on the street with a pile of ashes?
  3:00am JakeGould:

Thanks Dave Bombay!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:01am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- Thx for visit my fellow Dave B. !
Avatar 3:06am Dave Bombay:

@Jake- I wish they would!

It was my pleasure guys!
Avatar 6:44pm micusnule:

erratum the last track : micusnule& makiko tanaka : la clairière enchantée from the album "a mutantine collection"
Avatar 6:49pm micusnule:

very proud to be here !!
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