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Drop In Presents: More New Zealand Music from the Land of the Long White Cloud with Mike From Brooklyn
Saturday, May 18th, 6pm - 7pm
on Drop-In
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream)
Mike from Brooklyn returns to RocknSoul Drop-In to bring us some more sounds from New Zealand artists. This time from the 1980s all the way up to the current decade. Expect to hear some underground legends as well some bands you might not have heard before!


Special Guest: John Cowan
Saturday, May 18th, 5pm - 7pm
on Someday Matinee with Gina Bacon
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream)
As a member of both the groundbreaking New Grass Revival and the Doobie Brothers, John Cowan and his music occupies a unique space somewhere between the worlds of nontraditional bluegrass and soul. His new book Hold to a Dream combines a rollicking account of his life and career, with interviews with some of the biggest names in country, bluegrass, and roots music including Kris Kristofferson, Bela Fleck, Loretta Lynn, Jim Messina, John Carter Cash, Sam Moore, and Bernie Leadon. He’s coming in to talk about all of that, and play some songs for us!


Lame Drivers
Friday, May 17th, 9pm - Midnight
on Burn It Down! with Nate K.

The boys are back in town! Lame Drivers, featuring WFMU's own Jason Sigal, return to the station for their hat trick performance and second for Burn It Down! w/ Nate K. Continuing to expertly straddle the fine lines that separate power pop, punk, new wave, and golden-age indie rock, Lame Drivers have released their first new album in 10 years, Become an Island due out June 28. Tune in on Friday, May 17, to hear tracks from it and maybe a cruisin' classic or two.


Put The Needle On The Econo Jam Records
Friday, May 17th, 7pm - 8pm
on Put The Needle On The Record with Billy Jam

Billy Jam once again takes his "Put The Needle On The Record" show on the road when he will broadcast live from Oakland's Econo Jam Records store on Telegraph Ave at 24th Street from 4pm - 5pm local California time - on Friday May 17th from 7pm-8pm on WFMU.


Stack o' Stax
Friday, May 17th, 2pm - 4pm
on Shakin' Street with Joe Belock
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream)
2 hours of Stax and Volt singles (and maybe Enterprise also) as we get ready for the new Stax documentary series!


Bob chats with Sarah Martin of BELLE & SEBASTIAN & more!!
Thursday, May 16th, 10pm - 2am
on Bob Barth's One Night Stand
(on Sheena's Jungle Room Stream)
LIVE from Los Angeles: Scottish indie pop band Belle & Sebastian came into focus in the mid-nineties and haven't slowed down since. They are currently out on the road and tonight on the show we have Sarah Martin! Then we are sitting down with director Tracey A. Leigh to discuss her pulse quickening new work TWO STOP, currently running at the Atwater Village Theatre, that drops the audience into a Korean bodega in the middle of the LA riots. May 16th at 7pm-11pm PT, 10pm - 2am ET.


Myriam Gendron
Thursday, May 16th, 3pm - 6pm
on Scott Williams's show

Montreal-based songwriter and folk interpreter Myriam Gendron returns to Scott's show, celebrating the release of her new record "May Day" on Feeding Tube records. Catch her at Le Poisson Rouge later that night, with Jim White and Marisa Anderson.


Tribute to Steve Albini
Tuesday, May 14th, 7pm - 8pm
on Kick Out The Jams with Joey D
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream)
Joey D honors rock icon Steve Albini, who passed away last week, with an hour of music he engineered and/or played on from Nirvana to the Pixies to Shellac, The Jesus Lizard and more.


Chris Gilliard on what AI is really for
Monday, May 13th, 6pm - 7pm
on Techtonic with Mark Hurst

Chris Gilliard returns to Techtonic to discuss recent dystopian news stories featuring AI, leading to some disturbing conclusions about what AI is really for.


Tracy City
Monday, May 13th, Noon - 3pm
on Three Chord Monte with Joe Belock

Tracy City is a gang of salty broads revving the engines of garage rock by way of New York City no-wave queercore. They're working on a new record with producer Palmyra Delran, which perhaps we'll get a preview of during this live performance.


Alice Bag
Sunday, May 12th, 8pm - 10pm
on Rock and Roller Derby with Suzy Hotrod

Suzy welcomes LA ‘77 punk legend Alice Bag, founder of The Bags, to chat about her life as a musician, author, artist, educator, and feminist. Alice recently collaborated with Kid Congo Powers on his new record That Delicious Vice. We will also speak about her memoir, “Violence Girl: East L.A. Rage to Hollywood Stage, a Chicana Punk Story” and her most recent album, “Sister Dynamite.”


DJ Lariza guest hosts!
Sunday, May 12th, 5pm - 6pm
on Radio Row

DJ Lariza takes you around the world in the search for the sound of love.


Drop In Presents: Doc Burner’s “No Siesta, Rock Fiesta!
Saturday, May 11th, 6pm - 7pm
on Drop-In
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream)
Madrid-based musician Doc Burner drops in on WFMU’s Rock And Soul Radio with an hour of music from the best acts on the local Madrid rock scene. ¡Escuche!


Choncy
Friday, May 10th, 9pm - Midnight
on Burn It Down! with Nate K.

Part of the Queen City's takeover of the punk underground, Cincinnati's Choncy excel at the sort of tough, tight punk that is informed as much by arty DiY post-punk as it is by the standard-bearers of hardcore. Throw in some righteous anger and a little psych damage, and you have a real winner. Nate K. is proud to welcome Choncy to the show for a live performance on Friday, May 10.


Nora Keyes Live at Midnight on Six Degrees with Alan
Friday, May 10th, Midnight - 3am
on Six Degrees with Alan

Nora Keyes (The Centimeters, Fancy Space People, Elf Freedom, solo artist) kicks off her first east coast show in roughly a decade with a live midnight set on Six Degrees with Alan. Catch her show Friday at Rubulad with Abbie from Mars, Super Jam Xplosion (ex Flaming Fire folks), DJ Scott Williams and the Undertow Brass Band.


Bob chats with musician Julia Holter & much more!!
Thursday, May 9th, 10pm - 2am
on Bob Barth's One Night Stand
(on Sheena's Jungle Room Stream)
LIVE from Los Angeles: Julia Holter lives in a world of Art Pop and Ambient sound. She's with us tonight to discuss how she builds her work and then translates it to the stage. Then we'll take a look at two outstanding and unconventional theatrical works. Magician Helder Guimaraes tells his incredible immigrant/Hollywood story in this incredibly moving & mind blowing work THE HOPE THEORY at The Geffen Playhouse in Westwood. At the International City Theatre in Long Beach they are presenting WHAT THE CONSTITUTION MEANS TO ME, a piece that discusses and challenges the importance of the constitution through the eyes of a young woman. Finally we wrap up with two plays. HITLER'S TASTERS that imagines the young women who indeed tasted Hitlers food for poison in an extremely intimate and contemporary setting at The Matrix Theatre in West Hollywood. Costa Mesa's South Coast Rep brings us GALILEE, 34 a piece that takes a look at Jesus's disciples in the days following his death as they struggle with how exactly they are going to keep sharing his message. May 9th at 7pm-11pm PT, 10pm - 2am ET.


Heavy Metal Parking Lot HARD STUFF … Terre T guest hosts for Frank In Queens!
Tuesday, May 7th, 6pm - 7pm
on Hard Stuff with Frank in Queens
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream)
Kegger beer blast in da Hard Stuff parking lot - join your fellow dirt bag teens as your fave metal chick brings you only da most rad ruling rocking 70-80s choice choons.


The new colonialism is a "data grab," say Ulises Mejias and Nick Couldry
Monday, May 6th, 6pm - 7pm
on Techtonic with Mark Hurst

Google, Microsoft, and other Big Tech companies are surveilling your daily life and extracting the profits that flow from your data . . . much like how, hundreds of years ago, colonial powers extracted the resources from territories they invaded. On the next Techtonic, Ulises Mejias and Nick Couldry discuss their provocative new book "Data Grab: The New Colonialism of Big Tech and How to Fight Back."


Cactus Lee
Monday, May 6th, 9am - Noon
on Surface Noise with Joe McGasko

Cactus Lee is an Austin-based musician whose sound incorporates all manner of honky-tonk, folk, and rock flavors. Hear him backed by his ace touring band as he plays music from his latest album "Big Red," as well as songs from his previous albums, on the next Surface Noise program.


Alyza guest hosts!
Sunday, May 5th, 5pm - 6pm
on Radio Row

Our intern Alyza takes over for an hour of dreamy, melodic house music!


Collate
Sunday, May 5th, 3pm - 5pm
on Paul Bruno's show

When she's not writing record reviews and hosting radio shows for Maximum Rockandroll or running the excellent Domestic Departure label, Erika Elizabeth is part of Portland trio Collate. Unlike the cold calculation of many post-punk enthusiasts, Collate brings the heat with their jagged riffs and passionate vocals. Catch them live on April 22nd at Hart Bar along with Kilynn Lunsford and Blank Account and hear them on Paul's show May 5th.


Atlantic Tunnel with Ed
Sunday, May 5th, 2pm - 4pm
on Atlantic Tunnel with Ed
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream)
On Sunday, May 5th Atlantic Tunnel celebrates its 200th show at WFMU’s Rock ‘n’ Soul Radio. To help us celebrate, host Edward Rogers welcomes special guests: musician and author, Sal Maida (Roxy Music, Sparks, Milk ‘n’ Cookies) and music journalist/A&R executive Mitchell Cohen (author of the recent Looking for the Magic: New York City, the ‘70s and the Rise of Arista Records) to talk about their newest book ‘The White Label Promo Preservation Society Volume 2’ as well as Maida’s just-released book ‘Four Strings, Phony Proof, 300 45s, & Bottom’s Up’, both from Hozac Books. Along with Rogers, Maida and Cohen will contribute to the show’s playlist, so you know the music will be bizarrely cool! It’s so special, they called in musician-producer, Don Piper, to engineer and be a part of the show. Come join the celebration and join us in the Chatbox.


A Strange Celestial Road: Ahmed Abdullah Interview
Saturday, May 4th, 7pm - 10pm
on Observations of Deviance with David Mittleman
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream)
Host David Mittleman presents an exclusive interview with legendary Jazz trumpeter and author Ahmed Abdullah. Best known for his membership in Sun Ra’s Arkestra, Abdullah played a vital part in the 1970s New York Loft Jazz scene. Abdullah discusses his time with Sun Ra, playing with Jazz legends like Sam Rivers and authoring his memoir, A Strange Celestial Road.


Drop In Presents Scott_OZ Returns Again!
Saturday, May 4th, 6pm - 7pm
on Drop-In
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream)
Beloved Australian listener Scott_OZ returns again to DropIn with a 3rd installment of some more of the most wild and weird music from Down Under!


Special Guest: Noel McKay
Saturday, May 4th, 5pm - 7pm
on Someday Matinee with Gina Bacon
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream)
Noel McKay is originally from Lubbock, Texas. His grandfather started a radio station in Pearsall, with call letters KVWG “The Kind Voice of the Winter Garden,” a station that played everything from easy listening to country and western and Mexican musichas. Before landing in Nashville, Noel played worldwide, and spent quality time in Guy Clark’s workshop, building a guitar. We’ll hear about all of that, plus some songs from his new album You Only Live Always.


Special Guest: Théo Girard
Saturday, May 4th, 2pm - 5pm
on Music For a Free World with Dave Sewelson
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream)
Based in Paris, Théo Girard is a bass player and composer with his own record label who loves to travel the world to discover the artists who bring creative music to life.


Little Black Egg
Friday, May 3rd, 9pm - Midnight
on Burn It Down! with Nate K.

Georgia Hubley needs no introduction, especially around these parts. But when she's not drumming and singing in the one and only Yo La Tengo, Georgia dons the moniker Little Black Egg. A loose, improvisatory project that delivers an almost liminal version of that special something that she so deftly brings to YLT, Little Black Egg will be rounded out with Ira Kaplan for a special live, in-the-studio performance on Burn It Down! Friday, May 3.


Special Guest: Jeffrey Silverstein
Friday, May 3rd, 5pm - 7pm
on Beachcomber's Buffet with Arlo
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream)
Beachcomber's Buffet welcomes Jeffrey Silverstein to chat about his forthcoming EP Roseway & listen to some selections.


Bob chats with Stephin Merritt of THE MAGNETIC FIELDS & more!!
Thursday, May 2nd, 10pm - 2am
on Bob Barth's One Night Stand
(on Sheena's Jungle Room Stream)
LIVE from Los Angeles: The Magnetic Fields are currently on tour with the 25th Anniversary of their opus 69 LOVE SONGS. It is performed in its entirety over the course of two nights. Tonight the man who wrote ALL 69 Love songs is with us, Stephin Merritt. Then we are off to the El Rey to catch the young country storyteller Sam Barber! May 2nd at 7pm-11pm PT, 10pm - 2am ET.


The Lemon Twigs
Thursday, May 2nd, Noon - 3pm
on Pseu's Thing With A Hook

Pseu gets The Lemon Twigs on the horn as they load-in for their NYC gig! The Brothers of destruction have a brand new LP "A Dream is All We Know", already getting huge critical praise. The Twigs' tour is in high gear, with a local show at White Eagle Hall on Saturday 5/4. Tune in for the buzz!


Two Year Anniversary Non-Stop Dance Party!
Wednesday, May 1st, 10pm - Midnight
on We're Outta Sight!!! with Stu
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream)
Shunning his usual back-announce mic breaks, DJ Stu Rutherford presents a non-stop set of 49 movers, groovers and uptempo rockers spanning the 1950s up through the current decade. Put on your dancing shoes and help Stu celebrate his 2 year anniversary here at WFMU.


UV-TV
Wednesday, May 1st, Noon - 3pm
on The Evan "Funk" Davies Show

UV-TV formed in Gainesville, Florida, in the mid-2010s, but by the turn of the decade they’d relocated to New York City. Their first release after moving to NYC, 2021’s Always Something, was one of EFD’s favorites of that year; they’ll play some songs from that album as well as some new songs from an upcoming release. Tune in for some post-punk jangle-drone!


International Workers’ Day, La Fête du Travail, Día de los trabajadores, Festa del Lavoro, Primeiro de Maio Special!
Wednesday, May 1st, Midnight - 3am
on Radio Futura with DJ Pedro Fumero

As the first WFMU program on May 1st, I have put together a curated selection of songwriters who were deeply socially active from the 60’s and 70’s. Latin Poets and musicians from America, Spain, France, Italy, Portugal and France that were instrumental forces of change and social mobilization under the principles of: fraternity, equality, justice and freedom.


Mid-Valley Mutations vs. Radio TroUBle
Tuesday, April 30th, 9pm - Midnight
on Mid-Valley Mutations with Austin Rich
(on Sheena's Jungle Room Stream)
The members of Big City Orchestra join Austin Rich to perform a mash-up version of their shows, where Pxe, dAs, univac and Austin swap tracks back and forth, offering you a chance to get a sense of what their respective shows are like. It's sort of like a DJ exchange program, and at an expanded length, too! Join us."


Michael Shelley on AI-generated music
Monday, April 29th, 6pm - 7pm
on Techtonic with Mark Hurst

WFMU's own Michael Shelley joins Mark Hurst to talk about AI-generated music. Michael's April 20 show featured a number of AI-generated jingles - in the style of Bing Crosby, the Beach Boys, James Brown, and others - raising questions about the future of music, both recorded and live, in our AI-saturated future.


Special Guests: Bubble
Monday, April 29th, Noon - 3pm
on Irene Trudel's show
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream)
Some 30 years ago, NY Beatle-pop band Bubble performed for the first time, wowing crowds at the NYC venue Mercury Lounge. The trio of Dave Foster, Russ Alderson and Tommy DeVito also performed multiple times on Irene's radio show. To celebrate this milestone, Bubble returns to play on Irene's show and will perform at The Mercury Lounge on April 30.


Jessica Romoff guest hosts!
Sunday, April 28th, 5pm - 6pm
on Radio Row

Music for nothing to do all day but to sit on the porch in your underwear and drink cheap wine!


Dispatch from the 2024 Tucson Jazz Festival
Saturday, April 27th, 7pm - 10pm
on Observations of Deviance with David Mittleman
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream)
Tucson, Arizona, based host David Mittleman reflects on the triumphant 2024 Tucson Jazz Festival. OoD will explore the music of festival attendees Linda May Han Oh, Sara Serpa, Kresten Osgood, Miguel Zenon and others. The show will also include exclusive interviews with musicians Kresten Osgood and Sara Serpa.


Drop-In presents: The return of Spastisk Ekstase with Courtney Noir!
Saturday, April 27th, 6pm - 7pm
on Drop-In
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream)
DJ Courtney Noir of KZUM.org returns to be your guide through some of the best Scandinavian Post-Punk & Cold Wave she can cram into an hour. FANTASTISK!


Guest Diane Foley, author of American Mother
Saturday, April 27th, 6am - 9am
on Currents with Brian D

Currents with Brian D welcomes Diane Foley, the mother of James Foley, the journalist brutally executed by ISIS in 2014. Diane will discuss her new book, "American Mother," and her work to protect US journalists working overseas and to change our country's policy toward citizens taken hostage by terrorist groups.


Bob chats with Director T.J. Dawson on JERSEY BOYS at La Mirada & more!!
Thursday, April 25th, 10pm - 2am
on Bob Barth's One Night Stand
(on Sheena's Jungle Room Stream)
LIVE from Los Angeles: JERSEY BOYS, the bio-Musical of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons, that took Broadway & the rest of the world by storm is getting a spectacular stageing at La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts and tonight on the show we have Director T.J. Dawson. Then we are diving headfirst into two brand new pieces of theatre. Many moons ago South Coast Rep produced the play PRELUDE TO A KISS, it went on to Broadway and a feature film adaptation starring Alec Baldwin & Meg Ryan. Now it's back but this go around it is a sweepingly romantic Musical with a gorgeous score that will set your heart ablaze. Finally straight out of Ireland, the Odyssey Theatre Ensemble has brought the hit of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival to Santa Monica with this captivating one man show that will surprise you at every turn, KING. April 25th at 7pm-11pm PT, 10pm - 2am ET.


Mucha Mujer
Wednesday, April 24th, Midnight - 3am
on Radio Futura with DJ Pedro Fumero

Special inspired by a recent concert that I had the chance to experience with a magnificent multicultural Jazz Fusion Band (Texans Snarky Puppy) rendering tribute to the legacy of a powerful woman (Peruvian Susana Baca) with the collaboration of some of the most interesting latin female voices today : Silvia Perez Cruz (ES), Fuensanta (MX), Gaby Moreno (GUAT) and Silvana Estrada (MX). On top of it, I had the chance to meet and chat a bit with local vocal prodigy : Maria Raquel (COL) on the subject of salsa scene in NY and her first FULL album : Mucha Mujer


Setting
Tuesday, April 23rd, 9pm - Midnight
on The Frow Show with Jesse Jarnow

The improv super-trio Setting released their debut last year, Shone A Rainbow Light On (Paradise of Bachelors), and will be coming through the northeast for the first time this April, performing at Public Records on April 19th with BASIC, before hopping to the west coast a few weeks later. Nathan Bowles (Pelt, Black Twig Pickers), Jaime Fennelly (Mind Over Mirrors, Peeesseye), and Joe Westerlund (Megafaun, Califone) stop by the Mothership for a Frow Show session.


Henry Mancini Birthday Centennial
Tuesday, April 23rd, 8pm - 9pm
on Morricone Island with Devon E. Levins

Morricone Island pays tribute to one of the Great American composers Henry Mancini (1924-1994), on what would have been the last day of his 100th birthday week. Mancini's prolific body of work includes scoring for nearly 250 films, over 20 TV themes and series and 85 record albums (mostly for RCA) receiving 4 Academy Awards, 20 Grammy Awards and 70 Grammy nominations.


Eve Herold, author, "Robots and the People Who Love Them"
Monday, April 22nd, 6pm - 7pm
on Techtonic with Mark Hurst

Robots are now being designed to form relationships with humans. Robotic baby seals are appearing in nursing homes, while teaching robots are showing up in classrooms. Mark will explore our emerging robot dystopia with Eve Herold, author of "Robots and the People Who Love Them: Holding On to Our Humanity in an Age of Social Robots."


Hats Off to Herbie: The Music of Herbie Nichols
Saturday, April 20th, 7pm - 10pm
on Observations of Deviance with David Mittleman
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream)
Join OoD for a deep dive into the music of pianist Herbie Nichols. Although well known amongst the Jazz cognoscenti, Nichols’ advanced piano style is sadly overlooked. Across three hours OoD will showcase covers of Nichols’ compositions, original tunes and rare interviews.


Roll Up and Rock Out With The Sonic Dawn
Saturday, April 20th, 6pm - 7pm
on Drop-In
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream)
Jonas and Emil of the Danish acid rock group The Sonic Dawn return to Drop In to celebrate 4/20; once again dripping a dose of groovy psychedelia into your usual Drop In session on WFMU’s Rock and Soul Radio. Get ready to get weird with your new friends from Denmark.


Special Guest: Meg Okura
Saturday, April 20th, 2pm - 5pm
on Music For a Free World with Dave Sewelson
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream)
Founder of the Pan Asian Chamber Ensemble, Meg Okura is a Grammy-nominated violinist and composer.


Paul Collins
Saturday, April 20th, 11am - 1pm
on Michael Shelley's show

Michael chats with Paul Collins, the king of Power Pop about his new album, “Stand Back and Take a Good Look” and his long career, which started in 1974 with the formation of The Nerves!


Fire On The Bayou: 4/20 In New Orleans
Saturday, April 20th, 10am - 11am
on The Crescent City Connection with Jason Isaac
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream)
The influence of cannabis in New Orleans music can be traced all the way back to the beginning. On 4/20 The Crescent City Connection will get you fired up for the smoker's holiday with an hour of New Orleans jazz, funk and soul celebrating the superbad herb. You'll want to listen (if you're a viper!)


Chris Crash Guest DJs HOOLIGAN With the ELECTRIC CIRCUIT for STREET SYNDICATE Japanese All-nighter Special
Friday, April 19th, 4pm - 5pm
on Hooligan with Terre the DJ
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream)
In the early 1980s The ELECTRIC CIRCUIT for STREET SYNDICATE was a legendary all-nighter punk, new wave, avant music festival in Tokyo, Japan. Chris Crash takes you back to early 80’s Tokyo featuring the amazing bands who headlined this iconoclastic festival such as Lizard, S-Ken, Boys Boys, Auto-Mod, INU, Zelda, Star Club and more!


Kid Congo Powers + EMEL
Friday, April 19th, 3pm - 6pm
on Mona's show

Mona celebrates to new album releases! At 3pm Kid Congo Powers joins Mona to discuss the brand new album from Kid Congo & the Pink Monkey Birds - That Delicious Vice - out on In the Red. At 5pm Tunisian musician Emel Mathlouthi aka EMEL will perform live in support of her new album MRA.


Bob chats with M. Ward & much more!!
Thursday, April 18th, 10pm - 2am
on Bob Barth's One Night Stand
(on Sheena's Jungle Room Stream)
LIVE from Los Angeles: Americana, Folk artist M. Ward is doing a series of shows at Largo in West Hollywood where he brings along his friends for an evening of folk variety and tonight he'll be joining Bob on the show. Then The Black Crowes heated up a chilly night at The Greek and brought along a fascinating new artist plucked from a different place in time... Billy Tibbals! Billy will be stopping in to chat about his new work before we jump into the exciting show by The Black Crowes. Finally we're taking a look at a new play MONSTERS OF THE AMERICAN THEATRE at the Matrix Theatre in West Hollywood. April 18th at 7pm-11pm PT, 10pm - 2am ET.


Strut Records 25th anniversary party
Thursday, April 18th, 9am - Noon
on This Is The Modern World with Trouble

DJ Trouble spins the hot sounds of Strut records: 25 years of dance, jazz, afro beat, soul, funk and more! For many people Nigeria 70 put Strut on the map of go-to sounds. Known for fantastic re-issue compilations in the early days, the British label Strut has grown into a finger on the pulse name that issues new recordings and rare gems, compilations and younger talent. Tune in for interviews and celebration galore; It's always about the music!


Milestoned!
Wednesday, April 17th, 10pm - Midnight
on We're Outta Sight!!! with Stu
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream)
DJ Stu Rutherford presents his 100th episode this week. Among other audio delights will be a set of songs in anticipation of the upcoming "hookah holiday". Come and join the centennial celebration!


Sudan Archives: This House Is Not My House
Wednesday, April 17th, 7pm - 10pm
on Bodega Pop with Gary Sullivan
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream)
A three-hour focus on folkloric and funky live and studio recordings from Gary's collection of Sudanese cassettes.


Byeong Woo Lee & Julian Gray
Tuesday, April 16th, 8pm - 9pm
on Morricone Island with Devon E. Levins

South Korean composer and guitarist Byeong Woo Lee discusses his upcoming NYC debut concert at Town Hall on April 20 consisting of a guitar performance followed by a live film score of Bong Joon Ho's 2009 "Mother." Lee has scored 20+ films, including many of Korea's most beloved and highest grossing (The Host and A Tale of Two Sisters). Lee's mentor and Johns Hopkins University Peabody Conservatory guitar department chair Julian Gray joins the discussion.


The Bohman Brothers
Monday, April 15th, 9pm - Midnight
on Daniel Blumin's show

Brothers Adam (London Improvisers Orchestra, Secluded Bronte) and Jonathan Bohman (Secluded Bronte, Apricot My Lady) have been making a racket together since their early teens in the mid 70's. They use homemade instruments, household objects, borrowed texts and whatever else happens to be at hand to create their spontaneous sound slice-em-ups and have worked with Christian Marclay, Lol Coxhill, Felix Kubin, Jim O’Rourke, and Charles Hayward, among others. Tune in for an improvised live set and a selection of the Bohmans' favorite records!


Richard Polt, author, "The Typewriter Revolution"
Monday, April 15th, 6pm - 7pm
on Techtonic with Mark Hurst

Typewriters are, and always will be, better than computers at some things. Philosophy professor and typewriter collector Richard Polt will discuss his book "The Typewriter Revolution" and explain why we should "resist the Paradigm, rebel against the Information Regime, and escape the Data Stream."


Lael Neale
Monday, April 15th, 3:01pm - 6pm
on Radio Ravioli with Olivia

Lael Neale drops by WFMU for a live session! A Radio Ravioli favorite since her 2021 album "Acquainted With Night", Lael Neale will be playing cuts from her latest record "Stars Eaters Delight," released on Sub Pop, and more! Catch her live at Public Records on April 12!


Milo guest hosts!
Sunday, April 14th, 5pm - 6pm
on Radio Row

Our volunteer Sound Engineer Milo brings you a Freeform hour for a relaxing Sunday evening.


Smirk
Sunday, April 14th, 3pm - 5pm
on Paul Bruno's show

Debuting in 2020 with a pair of cassette releases, Smirk is the project of scene veteran Nick Vicario. Inspired by Bloodstains compilations and Dangerhouse Records singles, Vicario and co play frenetic, off-kilter but catchy punk rock, indebted to their influences but very much its own thing. Do the thinking man's pogo when they join Paul for a live session and catch them in person at Bootleg Bar and The Broadway on April 5th and 9th, respectively.


Einstürzende Neubauten - "Rampen" Album Listening Party w/ Blixa Bargeld!!
Sunday, April 14th, 6am - 9am
on Serious Moonlight Sonatas with Carol

Einstürzende Neubauten's new double album, "Rampen - apm: alien pop music" is releasing on April 5, 2024, and Blixa Bargeld will be on hand to talk about it!! You won't want to miss this!


Drop In Presents Mr. Ferocious Radio Hour
Saturday, April 13th, 6pm - 7pm
on Drop-In
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream)
Prepare for an eclectic mix of crunchy garage and Eurotrash! We're pulling out obscure Dutch gems, rocking girl groups, soulful singles, and other highlights from the grimiest depths of record bins on both sides of the Atlantic. All killer, no filler!


Special Guest: Weasel Walter
Saturday, April 13th, 2pm - 5pm
on Music For a Free World with Dave Sewelson
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream)
Weasel Walter is a multi-instrumentalist, composer and improviser best known for leading the seminal punk/jazz/no wave/brutal-prog band The Flying Luttenbachers.


A tribute to Clarence "Frogman" Henry
Saturday, April 13th, 10am - 11am
on The Crescent City Connection with Jason Isaac
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream)
The Crescent City Connection pays tribute to the great New Orleans R&B singer Clarence "Frogman" Henry, who passed away this week at the age of 87. He'll always be remembered for the 1956 smash hit "Ain't Got No Home," but that was just one of many great records from his catalog. We'll look back with a full hour from The Frogman.


Artist Audrey Flack
Saturday, April 13th, 6am - 9am
on Currents with Brian D

Currents with Brian D welcomes artist Audrey Flack to discuss her new memoir, With Darkness Came Stars, and her ongoing exhibition of the same name at the Hollis Taggart Gallery in Manhattan. She'll also talk about how her work draws from contemporary culture and world events.


Flot's Spot - The End of the Century
Friday, April 12th, 7pm - 9pm
on Flot's Spot with Fatherflot
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream)
An exhausted rogue jollied up by drink -- toothless, deaf, melancholic, shaky on his pins, full of dope, and quite idle --Father Flot is, nevertheless, ready to lay back, think of England, and rock out at least one more time with his merry band of chatroom Flotbots in celebration of Episode # 100 of Flot's Spot. Come for the toons and tomfoolery; stay for ruminations on lonely coaling stations, tract-home chippies, and the Peterson-Kekich Swap.


Cat Bomb! Radio Presents - "Ar Hyd y Nos!!" ...A Celebration of Welsh Sights and Sounds!!
Friday, April 12th, 3am - 6am
on Cat Bomb! Radio with Maggie Hertz!

Turns out Tom Jones ain't the only songbird hailing from the great country of Wales. WHO KNEW?? Join me and listener Paulo AD live in-studio as we chat about his time in the indie alt music scene and explore B-sides with all the hiss and grain our cassettes can conjure up. Can I pronounce any of the titles? Tune in and find out! (The answer is 'no' but join us Friday morning from 3-6am and pretend I didn't spoil any it for you!!)


Live in Studio B with Renee Maskin!
Friday, April 12th, Midnight - 3am
on Six Degrees with Alan

A staple of the Asbury Park music community, Renee Maskin's prolific output pulls from a deep well of influences, from country, to garage, to modern indie-rock. Her most recent LP,Shimmer, was named one of 2023’s National Top Albums by The Aquarian. She'll be joined by innovative violinist Nicole Scorsone of Yawn Mower, previously of The Bernie Worrell Orchestra and many others.There will also be an interview and a round of New Jersey Trivia with these very New Jersey Ladies.


Bob chats with Director Sarah Meadows on RIDE at The Old Globe Theatre & much more!!
Thursday, April 11th, 10pm - 2am
on Bob Barth's One Night Stand
(on Sheena's Jungle Room Stream)
LIVE from Los Angeles: A spectacular new musical, direct from London, tells the real life tale of Annie Londonderry and her journey across the globe on a bicycle in RIDE. Tonight on the show we have Director Sarah Meadows. The theatre coverage does not end there... We'll also drop in to the Broadway transfer of FAT HAM, a hilarious and moving adaptation of Hamlet currently playing at The Geffen Playhouse in Westwood. August Wilsons' KING HEADLEY II at ANoiseWithin in Pasadena and finally THE LEHMAN TRILOGY at the Ensemble Theatre Company in Santa Barbara. April 11th at 7pm-11pm PT, 10pm - 2am ET.


Stoned!
Wednesday, April 10th, 10pm - Midnight
on We're Outta Sight!!! with Stu
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream)
Join DJ Stu Rutherford as he presents 2 hours of Rolling Stones covers for your listening pleasure.


Stereogram #7 w/ Arvo Zylo
Tuesday, April 9th, 9pm - 11pm
on Mid-Valley Mutations with Austin Rich
(on Sheena's Jungle Room Stream)
For this season's Stereogram, Arvo Zylo returns to Mid-Valley Mutations with a full tray of brain cakes and officially certified fair-trade, farm-raised, free-range swamp meats. Two hours of selections from his private collections.


Outrage Roundup
Monday, April 8th, 6pm - 7pm
on Techtonic with Mark Hurst

Mark Hurst is back with tech news from 2024 this time: revelations about AI, Big Tech, and surveillance that will get your blood boiling... with a smidge of good news, too.


Emahoy Tsege Mariam Gebru & Mississippi Showcase
Monday, April 8th, 9am - Noon
on Surface Noise with Joe McGasko

Emahoy Tsege Mariam Gebru was an Ethiopian nun whose evocative solo piano works have recently come back into circulation through the efforts of Mississippi Records. On today's show, Cyrus Moussavi of Mississippi drops by to tell Emahoy's fascinating story, as well as play some unreleased tapes of her work. We'll also hear a preview of some of the other archival releases coming soon from the label.


DJ Dowdydiva guest hosts!
Sunday, April 7th, 5pm - 6pm
on Radio Row

K-pop, Jpop, and their eccentric friends.


Drop In Presents Mishegoss With Myron
Saturday, April 6th, 6pm - 7pm
on Drop-In
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream)
Mishegoss: craziness or idiosyncrasy. The mature and the dewy. With a beat.


Special Guest: David Haney
Saturday, April 6th, 2pm - 5pm
on Music For a Free World with Dave Sewelson
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream)
David Haney is a remarkable pianist with a wealth of new ideas, and the ability to communicate those ideas to a wide audience.


A tribute to John Sinclair
Saturday, April 6th, 10am - 11am
on The Crescent City Connection with Jason Isaac
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream)
The great John Sinclair passed away on Tuesday at the age of 82. He'll be remembered for his pro-weed and anti-racist activism and his association with the MC5, but he was also a poet, author, performer, producer and radio DJ in his native Detroit and adopted home of New Orleans. On this week's Crescent City Connection we'll pay tribute, with a focus on his spoken word performances with various editions of his band, the Blues Scholars.


Chris Crash Guest DJs HOOLIGAN
Friday, April 5th, 4pm - 5pm
on Hooligan with Terre the DJ
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream)
Fresh off of hosting a series of fan-favorite international punk shows, Chris is going to cut loose with some berserk punk classics + new releases for BandCamp Friday!



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