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A yurt for the transgenred.

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Yennu Ariendra & J. Mo’ong Santosa Pribadi  Alas Tyan Pinggir (Outcast Forest)   Options Raja Kirik  Yes No Wave Music  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
de tian  Transcriptome 7   Options Transcriptome  Discus  0:14:46 (Pop‑up)
Cindy Lee  Lucifer Stand   Options What’s Tonight To Eternity  Superior Viaduct  0:20:27 (Pop‑up)
Keukhot  Raiteet Ristissä   Options Minun Käy Sääliksi Bilharzialoista  Bad Vugum  0:27:48 (Pop‑up)
Geinoh Yamashirogumi  Requiem   Options Akira  Demon Records  0:30:55 (Pop‑up)
 
Anne Malin  Empty Is The Day   Options Waiting Song  No Label  0:51:15 (Pop‑up)
TJO  Believe   Options Songs For Peacock  Orindal Records  0:54:52 (Pop‑up)
Ana Frango Elétrico  Chocolate   Options Little Electric Chicken Heart  Risco  0:58:21 (Pop‑up)
Zoe Polanski   Pharaoh’s Island   Options Violent Flowers  Youngbloods  1:03:12 (Pop‑up)
Princess Chelsea  Monkey Eats Bananas   Options Lil’ Golden Book  Lil’ Chief Records  1:06:54 (Pop‑up)
Petula Clark  Casanova Baciami   Options PC 1  Disques Vogue  1:10:16 (Pop‑up)
Clothilde  La Vérité, Toute La Vérité   Options Clothilde  Born Bad  1:12:49 (Pop‑up)
Francoise Hardy  Viens   Options La Question  Virgin  1:15:47 (Pop‑up)
El Perro Del Mar  Dog   Options El Perro Del Mar  Control Group  1:17:58 (Pop‑up)
Ann Magnuson  We’re All Mad   Options Dream Girl  Self-released  1:20:56 (Pop‑up)
Death By Chocolate  The LS Bumble Bee   Options Death By Chocolate  Jetset  1:25:19 (Pop‑up)
Fabienne Delsol  Follow Me   Options Four  Damaged Goods  1:27:50 (Pop‑up)
Shonen Knife  Mushroom Hair Cut   Options Heavy Songs  Confidential Recordings  1:30:18 (Pop‑up)
The 5.6.7.8’s  I Was A Teenage Cave Woman   Options Can’t Help It!  Rockville  1:33:32 (Pop‑up)
Stereo Total  Miau Miau   Options Stereo Total  Bobsled  1:37:28 (Pop‑up)
Sleater-Kinney  Rollercoaster   Options The Woods  Sub Pop  1:39:25 (Pop‑up)
 
George Lewis  Cycle   Options Shadowgraph, 5 (Sextet)  Black Saint  1:48:01 (Pop‑up)
Olo Walicki & Jacek Proscinski  Reno   Options LLovage  Gustaff Records  1:54:12 (Pop‑up)
Ben Goldberg  Parthogenesis   Options Good Day For Cloud Fishing  Pyroclastic Records  2:00:09 (Pop‑up)
Thomas Heberer’s Lip Lab  Die Schnirker Schnurre   Options Lex Luna  JazHaus Musik  2:07:10 (Pop‑up)
Enzo Carpientieri Circular E-Motion  You Don’t Like It   Options Everywhere Is Here  zerozerojazz  2:10:56 (Pop‑up)
Henry Threadgill  Too Much Sugar   Options Too Much Sugar For A Dime  Axiom  2:16:56 (Pop‑up)
John Tchicai and Cadentia Nova Danica  Lakshmi   Options Afrodisiaca  Promising Music  2:19:39 (Pop‑up)
Webber/Morris Big Band  Rebonds   Options Both Are True  Greenleaf Music  2:26:20 (Pop‑up)
Paul Dunmall Octet  Part Two   Options Great Divide  Cuneiform  2:29:26 (Pop‑up)
Corkestra  Appletree   Options Gas Station Sessions  doek  2:36:17 (Pop‑up)


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Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:01am mariano:

Go towards the light, Rich.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:02am chresti:

Calling rich! Blumy loop!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:04am mariano:

This loop would be perfect for Joe Frank.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:07am Ike:

Hang in there, Scott and Rich.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:07am chresti:

Hi Scott! Bad demons. I'm good with this loop, thank you.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:07am Handy Haversack:

I was getting a drink. (And before that I was totally dozed off.) Technical difficulties?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:08am Franco Twinkie:

You stay up late every night,Handy?
Avatar 12:08am Fox:

Am I a total dick if I email my downstairs neighbors and ask them AGAIN to not prop their apartment door open with a doorstop during an airborne pandemic?
  12:09am Tamar:

Unexplained technical difficulties . . .
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:10am chresti:

Hi Tamar! nice mystery music!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:10am mariano:

I demand to speak to the manager!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:11am Ken From Hyde Park:

Hanging out in the back yard by a dying campfire. The clouds are parting and I can make out Cassiopeia now. Hey, everybody!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:11am Handy Haversack:

Is it late Franco? Mariano won't let me have a clock!

Wow, Ken, sounds nice.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:12am chresti:

Whew, a campfire. Safe.
  12:12am Tamar:

Hi chresti!
  12:13am Tamar:

Scott and Rich, thinking on the fly.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:13am Franco Twinkie:

If I had your clock it would be late.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:14am Chop Scott:

Bravo Rich & Scott!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:14am mariano:

Fox: how do you think they'd take it? Handy: we talked about this, remember? Clocks are the Devil's something or other.
  12:15am Tamar:

Everything seemed the way it usually does, so having it not work is a bit of a surprise. Still can’t figure out what’s wrong.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:15am Mx. Granny (e/em):

um, wow. hi!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:15am mariano:

You'll get it, Tamar.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:16am chresti:

Hi Granny!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:16am Mx. Granny (e/em):

chrestikin!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:17am chresti:

Righteous demons!
  12:20am Tamar:

The mystery continues. Thanks, Scott, for the quick thinking.
  12:20am rich:

morning everybody sorry having major difficulties
  12:22am Tamar:

Hi mariano, I’m just the person in the background here saying “whatever you do, don’t curse!”
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:23am Ken From Hyde Park:

I'm sure Comcast is at fault here.
Avatar 12:23am Fox:

Tamar: HA HA HA HA HA!
  12:23am Sally:

Show sounds great!
  12:24am Sally:

Life is just one big fucking adventure (or nightmare depending on how you want to look at it ha)
  12:26am Sally:

We can curse on the comments board...
  12:26am Tamar:

Maybe it’s those monkeys wreaking havoc.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:27am mariano:

Lol! Let it all out, Tamar.
  12:27am rich:

alright sounds like we're going to be live
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:28am Scott Williams:

Rich is LIVE!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:29am chresti:

Ah the suspense!
  12:29am Tamar:

Yes, Sally, comments board is not under FCC orders, so have at it!
  12:29am Sally:

Woohoo! Fuck it fuck it fuck hahaha
  12:30am rich:

good morning everyone. sally thank you for voicing my thoughts
  12:30am Tamar:

Yes! Demons out! Fuck yeah!
  12:31am rich:

for your eyes this morning: www.cassiovasconcellos.com
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:31am Handy Haversack:

Bravo!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:31am mariano:

Well I never..!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:32am Scott Williams:

Hi Tamar! Way to slay them demons!
  12:33am rich:

turns out that something far down in the traktor preferences switched, don't know how as that is not supposed to happen unless i do it myself
  12:34am Sally:

Be gone demons! The eyes are pleased...goes great with the music
  12:34am rich:

HUZZAH and thank you to captain scott for putting on one of my greatest hits and putting it on while i stared angrily and confused at my computer screen
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:35am mariano:

Huzzah for Tamar and Scott!
  12:37am rich:

yes HUZZAH for tamar. reminding me not to curse was very important
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:37am Scott Williams:

Traktor: ahhh, hahahaa, Rich said "that is not supposed to happen unless i do it myself", ahhhhh hahahahaaa
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:38am Scott Williams:

And huzzah to Rich for getting there! And for that smoking de tian track
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:39am chresti:

Yay gone demons! I lit some incense.
  12:40am Sally:

This is the true beauty of live radio...with a 21st century comments board during a live pandemic.
  12:41am rich:

good morning mariano, sally, handy, chresti, fox, granny, ken, chop scott, franco, ike, tamar, scott, thanks for sticking around
  12:42am Tamar:

Well said, Sally. Thanks to everyone for keeping up the chatter and the spirits.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:42am mariano:

I think a 3-hour show of Tamar cursing would be amazing now that I think about it. Barricade the studio door against the FCC goons.
  12:42am Sally:

LOL
  12:44am rich:

mariano i've heard tamar cursing for three hours. you don't want to be the computer in that room.
Avatar 12:44am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Hullo.
Avatar 12:44am Fox:

rich: HA HA HA HA!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:45am mariano:

Haha! Full disclosure, my computer could easily get a restraining order against me for verbal abuse.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:46am Scott Williams:

Wow, that's a great breakup speech!
  12:46am Sally:

"the ether... or whatever it's called" haha
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:46am Handy Haversack:

Get thee behind me, jerk!
  12:46am Sally:

Thank you all for being here
  12:47am Tamar:

One of the fun things about working from home is the cursing coming from the other room during a meeting.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:47am Scott Williams:

Lucifer, when's the last time you washed a dish??
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:47am chresti:

Haha.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:48am mariano:

Lucifer sounds like a real deadbeat.
Avatar 12:49am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

What can I say he was a beast in bed.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:49am Handy Haversack:

Turning into a serpent was a step up.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:54am mariano:

Someone oughta put on an iron shirt and chase him out of Earth.
  12:57am Tamar:

Coincidence that the demon set was itself bewitched?
Avatar 12:58am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...deadbeat...but vengeful...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:59am Handy Haversack:

Better to be a prince in freeform radio than a servant in Heaven.
  1:00am Chris:

KANEDAAAAAA! Awesome to hear this soundtrack on the radio!
Avatar 1:02am Fox:

Oh good! I was right! I was cleaning my kitchen and singing along, assuming it was Akira! :D
  1:04am Sally:

It's wild Akira was set in 2019...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:07am mariano:

Blade Runner too.
  1:08am Sally:

Oh wow! I don't think I ever knew that.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:13am Handy Haversack:

Those utopian looks at possible rosy futures. How we wish they might have come true.
  1:14am rich:

Saturday
2pm Sonic Transmissions Day 3 w/Dennis Gonzalez; Claire Rousay & Lisa Cameron; Jawwaad Taylor; James Brandon Lewis & Chad Taylor
ess.org...

4pm Operation Gig!, E. 18th St. between Cortelyou and Bev, Brooklyn, Masks required
Sandcatchers
www.facebook.com...

5pm Summerstage Anywhere: Shabaka Hutchings
cityparksfoundation.org...

8pm Village Vanguard: Bill Frisell Trio w/Thomas Morgan, Rudy Royston
villagevanguard.com...

Sunday
1pm Drive East Festival: Indian Classical Music & Dance Performances from Chennai, India w/Ashwath Narayanan; Ramya Ramnarayan; VV Subrahmanyam, TV Gopalakrishnan & VVS Murari
www.driveeast.org...

4pm Voivod
lepointdevente.com...
Avatar 1:15am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

The banality of evil
Avatar 1:18am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Indian Classical ... Bill Frissell ... Voivod - righteous.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:19am mariano:

Voivod immediately makes me think of Diane Kamikaze.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:28am Handy Haversack:

Wait -- from MY house?
  1:29am rich:

all those utopias and rosy futures are usually missing politics, celebrities (except for the one person who makes the all-life-changing discovery that leads to the utopia), the financials that pay for the utopian vision and where they come from, and, other than the small group that are focused on in the book/film/art how everyone feels about the changes. dystopias however have all those things (maybe not how everyone feels).
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:33am Handy Haversack:

rich, a couple of books I have read in the past couple of years that seemed to do a good job trying to factor all of those in are /Amatka/, by Karin Tidbeck, and /The City in the Middle of the Night/, by Charlie Jane Anders.

Also: that was an excellent Cardinal Richelieu song!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:38am mariano:

In the early 2000s I went on a real kick with this English writer named Jim Crace. One of his I've been meaning to read but haven't gotten to yet is "The Pesthouse," about a post-apocalyptic US. www.goodreads.com...
  1:43am Sally:

Cool, will check those writers out. The last dystopian novel I read was around 5 years ago and it coincidentally took place after a global flu pandemic...Emily St. John Mandel's Station Eleven.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:45am Handy Haversack:

Kate and I both love that book, Sally. We have not revisited it in this year of WTF!!??!!, but I plan to do so at some point.

She has a new one out that's on our list for the next tranche of books to admit into the apt.
  1:46am Sally:

Great! Yeah the year of WTF??!!!??**
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:48am Handy Haversack:

Good-ness, rich! This set -- quel chaud!
Avatar 1:51am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Groooby cover of Follow Me by Lyme & Cybelle - a Nugget by early Warren Zevon band.
  1:52am rich:

i haven't read any of the books you've mentioned. my favorite dystopia is john brunner’s stand on zanzibar. utopias are difficult. i think to be a successful utopia the author has to concentrate on a limited number of characters. film has a real problem with utopia, no explosions, psychopaths, sociopaths, every utopia has to have an underlying dystopia for hollywood
  1:55am Sally:

utopia>>dystopia>>utopia haha it's a cycle or both at the same time...digging this Stereo Total, sort of sounds like the Pandoras!
  1:57am Sally:

Oh wait, if this is Stereo Total, then I meant the song before.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:57am Handy Haversack:

Oh, hell yeah -- /Stand on Zanzibar/ is absolutely world class! I can see my copy from where I'm sitting. So good.
  1:57am rich:

it’s the chaos/order rearview mirror
  1:57am Ryan:

I wanna live in a stew-topia
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:00am Handy Haversack:

So Tidbeck's /Amatka/ does some really hard work at looking at what a real revolution might look like and tries to get through the Singularity of the world after to talk about what might come. There's a lot of metaphor, obviously, but it does the best job I can think of recently of trying to think through both the work of revolution and how to conceive the inconceivable change that might follow.
  2:02am Sally:

I tried reading Octavia Butler's "Parable of the Sower" a couple of years and it was too brutal...too close to reality in some ways.
  2:03am Sally:

*couple of years ago
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:03am mariano:

Woohoo Darren!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:04am Handy Haversack:

(It's OK to shout "NERD!"; I am shouting it at myself.)

I like that book a lot, Sally, but, yeah, 100 percent -- it's really hard. Too much right around the corner.
  2:07am Sally:

Yeah Rich, I can't think of any really exciting utopian films...hmmm
Avatar 2:07am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

One problem with Utopia is no conflict makes a less interesting Story. Huxley wrote both Brave New World - & Island... but though he was an immensely important thinker & Essayist (Doors of Perception for one) - not a few say Orwell the Journalist was a better Writer in the literary storyteller sense.
  2:08am Sally:

What about 2001: A Space Odyssey, does that count as utopian? I love that one.
Avatar 2:10am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Hm. Teleological in the sense of our evolution being guided for purpose - but we don't know what happens to us after the Starchild appears !
  2:11am Sally:

Yeah, that's true! ha
  2:11am rich:

only if you are keir dullea and avoid 2010: the year we made contact
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:12am Handy Haversack:

I think a lot of utopian fiction has tended toward the totalitarian -- dystopias disguised by telling the dominant culture it's right about things. It's not that utopia is boring, it's that it's hard to conceive and picture when you're conditioned by empire and global madness.
Avatar 2:12am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...Hawking suggested we might think twice about extraterrestrial contact ! Rarely goes well for the less advanced...
  2:13am tom:

that was a nice segue rich
  2:16am rich:

i think utopias work better in fantasy john crowley’s little, big always struck me as utopian but its eventual utopia only affects a small group of people
  2:16am rich:

thanks tom
Avatar 2:16am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Maybe the problem is precisely that Utopia is 'boring'. A major problem now with Denialism is humans are the ape that needs Story - even if we know it to be counterfactual - as long as our needs are served ! Why Liberals arguing Facts need to read Jung to understand our Symbolic life...
  2:17am Sally:

Bong Joon-ho's Snowpiercer had that same sort of dystopian/utopian ending where it's left hanging what the new life will be after the end. No aliens in that one...just a couple of humans and animals, if I remember correctly.
Avatar 2:18am Hubig Pie:

Hiya, late night music people
Avatar 2:20am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Hippies @ least made Peace & Love seem like a good time - if @ the expense of sensationalism ...& a few darker things. A really good history of LSD is called 'Storming Heaven' ...
  2:22am HeyThatsTim:

Snowpiercer was amazing
Avatar 2:22am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...it's Advertising - as John & Yoko said...
  2:22am Ryan:

LSD floated from secret cia programs, down to the intellectuals contracted by mk ultra then finally found its way to the streets
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:23am Handy Haversack:

Hey, Hubig. Welcome to Dys U.
Avatar 2:24am HeyThatsTim:

I've always been partial to Fruitopia. The blue one, especially.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:28am mariano:

WFMUtopia!
Avatar 2:29am Hubig Pie:

This be strangely mesmerizing
  2:29am rich:

i’m going to hazard a guess that vegetables have some problems with fruitopia
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:30am Handy Haversack:

The seed of revolution, rich.
Avatar 2:30am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

It seems to me it was definitely in the Government's best interests to derail Activism like in the Folk movement - with Hedonism & Activism like with Psychedelia. Leary after all said Drop Out. Or ! They thot it was maybe ! But it wasn't...
Aside from the CIA (or whomever) just studying f*cking people's minds with bad trips & mind control. I long maintained Manson was older than hippies & a jailbird : Theirs ! Not ours !! & there's speculation they might have passed him thru MK-Ultra...
Avatar 2:31am HeyThatsTim:

Well perhaps they should have thought about that before choosing a moniker so impossible to combine with utopia.
Avatar 2:32am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- derail with Hedonism & *Mysticism
Avatar 2:33am HeyThatsTim:

Vegutopia. Just doesn't work.
  2:34am Sally:

fruitandveggitopia
Avatar 2:34am HeyThatsTim:

Wait just a minute. That could work.
  2:35am rich:

veggielysian fields
  2:35am Ryan:

Revolution you should read
CHAOS: Charles Manson, the CIA, and the Secret History of the Sixties
its good
  2:36am rich:

streams this week:
Monday
7pm Drive East Festival: Indian Classical Music & Dance Performances from NYC w/Navatman DAnce Company; Hidayat Khan
www.driveeast.org...

9pm Option: Gerald Cleaver
ess.org...

Tuesday
7pm Brooklyn Raga Massive
www.facebook.com...

7:30pm Kris Davis
www.92y.org...

Wednesday
6pm National Sawdust: Robert Wilson
live.nationalsawdust.org...

8:30pm Anthony Cheung & Claire Chase
www.facebook.com...

Thursday
6pm Tele-Barbes: Glockabelle
www.facebook.com...

7:30 Alsarah & The Nubatones
www.facebook.com...

8pm Issue Project Room: The Steve Circuit: CBGB’s Gallery & 6 & B Garden with William Parker & Matthew Shipp
issueprojectroom.org...’s-gallery-6-b-garden-william-parker-matthew-shipp

8pm Arts For Art: Matt Lavelle, Mara Rosenbloom, Daniel Carter, Warren Smith
www.artsforart.org...

8pm Pandemic Eyeworks: Experimental Animations Under Lockdown (also Friday at 2pm)
pioneerworks.org...

9pm Papa M
www.hideoutchicago.com...

Friday
10am-12am Philadelphia Folk Festival w/Buffy Sainte-Marie, et al.
folkfest.org...

1pm National Sawdust: Trimpin
live.nationalsawdust.org...

9pm Best Coast Crazy For You 10 Year Birthday party
go.seated.com...

9pm Jon Langford and Sally Timms
www.hideoutchicago.com...
Avatar 2:36am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Huxley also suggested our state of mind is subconsciously tied to the state of our bowels - which is probably so. Ask your Doctor if Vegetopia is right for you.
Avatar 2:37am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

@Ryan: Station manager Ken interviewed that Author. I think it was him?
Avatar 2:38am HeyThatsTim:

I feel we've really gotten a lot accomplished tonight. Rich, I dig your groovy tunes, man.
Avatar 2:41am Hubig Pie:

Veggie-stan
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:41am chresti:

Thanks rich! Thanks Tamar and Scott and rich for slaying the demons!
  2:42am rich:

good night chresti
  2:43am rich:

Support WFMU by renting the following films, the first two just added today

Creem: America’s Only Rock ’N’ Roll Magazine: watch.eventive.org...
Muscle Shoals: magnoliapictures.vhx.tv...
Danny Says magnoliapictures.vhx.tv...
Wild Combination - A Portrait of Arthur Russell: wildcombination.vhx.tv...
Scott Walker: 30th Century Man: scottwalker.vhx.tv...
One October: vimeo.com...
Desolation Center: vimeo.com...
The Wrecking Crew: magnoliapictures.vhx.tv...
Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band: magnoliapictures.vhx.tv...
Nico. 1988: magnoliapictures.vhx.tv...
Joan Jett: Bad Reputation: magnoliapictures.vhx.tv...
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Avatar 2:43am HeyThatsTim:

I've just listened to WFMU for the first time today, and it has been incredible.
  2:45am rich:

welcome heythatstim
Avatar 2:46am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

@HeyThat'sTim : Welcome. & - it is.
  2:48am rich:

more streams. metrograph is now streaming and they have mind game later this week which is a lot of fun.

Film Forum: filmforum.org
La Traversée De Paris; Classe Tous Risques; The Killing Floor; The Belles of St. Trinian’s; School For Scoundrels; When You Read This Letter; My Darling Vivian (ends August 13); Laughter In Paradise; Shanghai Triad; John Lewis: Good Trouble; When You Read This Letter; Mädchen In Uniform; Rendezvous In July; Antoine and Antoinette; Chicago (1927); Victor and Victoria (original 1933 German version); Flannery; Michael; Made in U.S.A.; Helmut Newton: The Bad and the Beautiful; The Extraordinary World of Charley Bowers; Fritz Lang’s The Tiger of Eschnapur and The Indian Tomb; Gordon Lightfoot: If You Could Read My Mind; A Thousand Cuts; Jazz On A Summer’s Day (available August 12) Martin Margiela: In His Own Words (available August 14)

Film at Lincoln Center:
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Tommaso; Yourself and Yours; Hill of Freedom; Three Short Films by Sergei Parajanov; Four Shorts by Miguel Gomes; John Lewis: Good Trouble; Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets; Mayak; Posters Into Film: Borowczyk, Lenica, and the Cartoon Renaissance; A Girl Missing; Harmonium; The Green Years; Change of Life (opens August 14)

Anthology Film Archives streaming
Dziga Vertov
vertov.filmmuseum.at...
Black and Blue
vimeo.com...
The People United
vimeo.com...
Race Against Prime Time
vimeo.com...
Correspondence Jonas Mekas – J.L. Guerín
vimeo.com...
Movie That Invites Pausing (Ken Jacobs)
vimeo.com...
Walden and Lost Lost Lost (Jonas Mekas)
kinonow.com...
Blind Country
www.eai.org...
The films of Danny Lyon
vimeo.com...

Metrograph
Perfect Blue (through August 10)
metrograph.com...
Millenium Actress (August 10–12)
metrograph.com...
Mind Game August (12–14)
metrograph.com...

Cinema Tropical
www.cinematropical.com...

Museum of the Moving Image
www.movingimage.us...

Angelika Film Center: www.angelikablog.com...

Alamo On Demand: ondemand.drafthouse.com
  2:50am Sally:

Welcome HeyThatsTim...thank you Rich, Tamar & Scott!
  2:52am tom:

ditto thx rich, tamar and scott
  2:53am Sally:

Now everyeone go out and create your fruitandveggielysian fields forever...
Avatar 2:54am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Thank You rich !
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:55am mariano:

Thank you rich and crew, nighty-night everyone!
  2:56am Ajay:

Safe travels Cor Fuhler
  2:57am rich:

despite the half hour glitch at the beginning of the show we made it through. thank you sally and tamar for casting out the demons and cursing for me. thank you scott for steering us through rough waters. thank you darren for ably taking us through calmer waters. thank you everyone else for listening and sticking around. utopia doesn't have to be boring look at wfmu. sure we could use more hours in a week so more djs could program but i don't believe utopia means everything is perfect or is a synonym for boring. dystopias can be boring too. have a good week and enjoy as much of it as you can.
  2:58am Ryan:

the show is good listening for a graveyard shift
  2:58am Ajay:

Fantastic set
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:00am Handy Haversack:

rich, I think I drifted off around 2:30 -- but not from lack of enjoyment! Great show -- thanks!
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