10/14: WZBC Fundraiser Show

This past week’s show was dedicated entirely to WZBC’s current fundraiser. It was hosted by DJ Dani and I and, as such, is completely different from nearly everything I normally broadcast. If any of you remember the “Brown Mustard” broadcasts, then you probably know what I mean. The CD-R in the studio is currently being repaired/replaced; full shows should be posted again, soon. Increasing financial difficulty has demanded that I dedicate more time to work than I had anticipated, so updates here will remain a bit scant until I can improve my situation. Look for more reviews to pop up, however. Also, that interview I’ve been talking about for a few weeks should be completed shortly. Here’s the playlist for the 10/14 show and, because I’m a bit of UFO nut, a link to a pretty incredible UFO video recorded in Istanbul.

Talk to you all on Tuesday – thanks for visiting.

01. Orbital “Forever” from Snivilisation (1994) on FFRR

02. Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons “Beggin’ (Pilooskire-Edit)” from Beggin’: The Ultimate Collection (2008) on 679

03. Squarepusher “Port Rhumbus” from Big Loada (1997) on Warp/Nothing

04. Pretty & Nice “Tora Tora Tora” from Get Young (2008) on Hardly Art

05. Vivian Girls “All the Time” from Vivian Girls (2008) on In the Red

06. Bonnie “Prince” Billy “I See a Darkness” from I See A Darkness (1999) on Palace

07. Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds “I Let Love In” from Let Love In (1994) on Mute U.S.

08. Clinic “Nicht” from The Magician (2004) on Domino

09. The Buzzcocks “Pulse Beat” from Peel Sessions (1989) on Strange Fruit

10. Bad Brains “Pay to Cum” from Black Dots (1979) on SST

11. Low “In the Drugs” from Trust (2002) on Kranky

12. The Knife “Silent Shout” from Silent Shout (2006) on Mute

13. Justice “Waters of Nazareth” from Cross (2007) on Ed Banger/Vice

14. Skinny Puppy “Love in Vein” from Last Rights (1992) on Nettwerk

15. Conrad Schnitzler “Spur” from Zug (2006) on Qbico — recorded in 1973

16. Colder “Crazy Love” from Again (2003) on Output

17. Times New Viking “Call & Respond” from Stay Awake (2008) on Matador

18. Husker Du “It’s Not Funny Anymore” from The Living End (1994) on Warner


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