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Order and disorder in a freeform haze of terribly-played guitars, shorted-out electronics, found audio detritus, strange sounds from strange lands all around. Psych-punk-junk, collage, even pop. Lots of in-studio live performances to boot.

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Options November 1, 2011

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Artist Track Album Label New
La Dusseldorf  La Dusseldorf   Options La Dusseldorf  Water   
Arthur Brown's Kingdom Come  Love Is (The Spirit That will Never Die)   Options Kingdom Come  Sanctuary   
Steve Mackay  Stradivarius Cat   Options Sometimes Like This I Talk  Soopa  *  
David Lynch  Football Game   Options Crazy Clown Time  Pias  *  
Blues Control + Laraaji  Light Ships   Options FRKWYS Vol. 8  FRYKWYS   
The Commandos  Penyselan (Paranoid)   Options Various: Intercontinental Transmissions Vol. 1  Kala Bandar  *  
Far-Out Fangtooth  Woe   Options Pure + Disinterested  Siltbreeze  *  
Low Brau  Cheese Knife   Options Low Brau  No Label   
Volcano  Priestes of Bacchus   Options Tales From the Black Book  I Hate  *  
Shell Shock Shannon & the Hollywood Manglers  Wrestlers Just Wanna Bust Heads   Options Various: Wrestling Rocks  Rhino   
Wax Idols  Hotel Room   Options No Future  Hozac  *  
Total Contol  See More Glass   Options Henge Beats  Iron Lung  *  
Letha Rodman-Melchior  The Fighting Temeraire   Options      
Terry Fox  Excerpt   Options Labyrinth Scored For the Purrs of 11 Cats  Auszug   
Yamantaka/Sonic Titan  Crystal Fortress Over the Sea of Trees   Options YT//ST  Psychic Handshake  *  
The Renderers  The Shadow and It's Shadow   Options A Rocket Into Nothing  Ba-Da-Bing  *  
The Lighthouse Keepers  Wheels Over the Desert   Options Ode To Nothing  Feel Presents   
Asthmatix  Saatanan Nunnat   Options Various: Hahmotushairio Kokoelma  Kissankusi  *  
Pommikoukku  Aikajana   Options Various: Hahmotushairio Kokoelma    *  
Ricardo Villalobos and Max Loderbauer  Rekondakion   Options Re: ECM  ECM  *  
Mbongue Diboue et Son Ensemble  Tunja Tengene Elie   Options Various: Opika Pende- Africa at 78  Dust to Digital  *  
Yeboa's Band   Osu Oblanyo   Options Various: Opika Pende- Africa at 78  Dust to Digital  *  
Salia and His Accordian  Tondo Maya   Options Various: Opika Pende- Africa at 78  Dust to Digital  *  
Yankuri Beibatane  Air de Haoua   Options Various: Opika Pende- Africa at 78  Dust to Digital  *  
Richard Abe Brown Band  Bara Sanabo Bara   Options Various: Opika Pende- Africa at 78  Dust to Digital  *  
Douta Seck  Dagane   Options Various: Opika Pende- Africa at 78  Dust to Digital  *  
Youkoui Bamileke  Ngwop   Options Various: Opika Pende- Africa at 78  Dust to Digital  *  
Travesti  Holocaust   Options Axito  No Label  *  
Crooked Necks  Isolation   Options Something Must Break  Handmade Birds  *  
Morley Grey  Peace Officer   Options The Only Truth  Sundazed   
Glands of External Secretion  Dear God   Options Reverse Atheism  Butte County Free Music Society  *  
Rubella Ballet  Slant and Slide   Options Nevermind the Dayglo  Overground   
Destination Cuervo  In Case of Emergency   Options 7"  Ils Desent Que  *  
Cruddy  Robotic Service   Options Negative World  12XU  *  
Universal Order Of Armageddon  Live WFMU 1993   Options 7"  Gravity   
Bill Orcutt   Lost They Book   Options How the Thing Sings  Mego  *  
Mac Blackout  Baby Face Killer   Options Various: Delirious Music for Delirious People  No Label  *  
Skeletonwitch  Rejoice in Misery   Options Forever Abomination  Prosthetic  *  
Gum Takes Tooth  Rise from the Peat and Walk   Options Silent Cenotaph  Tiger Trap Records  *  
Void   My Rules   Options Sessions 81-83  Dischord  *  
Early Hominids  Bathz   Options Bathz  La Station Radar  *  

Listener comments!

  Tue. 11/1/11 3:04pm paula pc:

great start, Brian!! nice pickmeup
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:05pm Matt from Springfield:

Hey Brian!
What else can I say--La Dusseldorf, any way I look at it.
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:07pm bill:

I get confused about which is the artist name and which the song name on an ipod. Not a problem with La Dusseldorf!
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:09pm Matt from Springfield:

That's for sure, bill!
ARTHUR BROWN!!! I'm a fan of his Crazy World--have that on vinyl. Besides the ubiquitous "Fire", check out its 2-minute intro on the album, and his cover of "I Put A Spell On You".
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:09pm Matt from Springfield:

Damn! The Arthur Brown post had a math answer of 668! Its been awhile since my last 666, if only that had come up while posting about Arthur Brown!!
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:10pm BSI:

Kingdom Come stuff re-issued? Hell's donkeys... Need the "Journey" LP again if it kills me...
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:11pm Nick Sakes:

Little Dog!
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:12pm slugluv1313:

MEOW!!!!!!
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:12pm Cecile:

BSI, I think you have to post the link to Cheeto again...
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:12pm Cheri Pi:

Why is my cat on the radio= Will someone please turn on the drip so he can stop his infernal meowing!!!???
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:13pm Wikipedia:

Catgut: "Usually sheep or goat intestines are used, but it is occasionally made from the intestines of cattle,[4] hogs, horses, mules, or donkeys.[citation needed] While the name contains the morpheme "cat", strings have never been made from the guts of cats."
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:13pm Wikipedia:

"The word catgut may have been an abbreviation of the word "cattlegut". Alternatively, it may have derived by folk etymology from kitgut or kitstring -- the word kit, meaning fiddle, having at some point been confused with the word kit for little cat."
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:14pm Terry is cooking:

Mad cat
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:14pm bill:

So Cheri Pi, have you listened to the Exile 7" yet?
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:15pm Cheri Pi:

No not yet silly!
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:15pm dc pat:

I had to look that up recently Wiki cuz the idea was bothering me...
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:17pm Matt from Springfield:

@dc pat: For some things animal intestines are still used, apparently.
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:19pm dc pat:

I personally use synthetic strings on my racket and Ernie Balls on my Telecaster.
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:20pm Drill Sergeant:

Gut it up, you maggots!
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:20pm Ernie's Balls:

damn!
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:27pm pat's telecaster:

You think you have it bad!..
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:29pm lloyd pack:

bloody hell, you woke me up brian! - - - I dreamt i was in an ethereal cave and a bunch of guitar playing people came down a pothole and started playing riock
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:30pm Matt from Springfield:

Riocking outt!!!
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:30pm lloyd pack:

'riock' is short for riotous rock
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:31pm dc pat:

I plan on riocking out when I get home on my ball-laden guitar.
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:32pm Matt from Springfield:

Ri-ock then? I was reading it as Ree-ock.

@dc pat: Play a pair - Grow a pair! A message from the Natural Strings Association.
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:33pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

jiggly!
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:34pm dc pat:

at least my guitar has balls...
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:36pm dc pat:

JEEzus, Low Brau riocks!
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:37pm Ryan M.:

play some Oasis!!
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:40pm Carmichael:

Hi BT and people rockin' out. CD Pat, have you tried DR strings? I sure love 'em.
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:40pm dc pat:

so what is it again? black metal = cookie monster and death metal = donald duck?
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:40pm Matt from Springfield:

80s synths and wrestling pop! What's not to like?
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:43pm Matt from Springfield:

@dc pat: I thought Cookie Monster = death metal. Black metal would be...higher pitched, less coherent Huey/Dewey/Louie maybe?
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:44pm dc pat:

Carm: I'm way to old to be switching strings now...and too sloppy in my guit playing to buy the expensive strings. I use to change my strings before every gig or I was sure to break one...
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:44pm dc pat:

ok, thanks Matt..
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:51pm dc pat:

YES! Just picked up free tickets to Scratch Acid...
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:54pm Mike East:

Isn't it Shock and Awe-vember now?
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:56pm Drill Sergeant:

@Mike: It's NO!vember.
  Tue. 11/1/11 3:57pm dc pat:

it's Riockvember.
  Tue. 11/1/11 4:00pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

in OH it's "NO ON ISSUE 2 VEMBER", repealing the Governor's overstretch on cancelling public workers' unions.
  Tue. 11/1/11 4:03pm Matt from Springfield:

@DCE: Defeat that, and rub his nose in it!
  Tue. 11/1/11 4:05pm Martha:

Enjoying the show here in Laos - so weird -
  Tue. 11/1/11 4:06pm BT:

Hey Martha, glad you are checkin in. Hope you had a safe trip!
  Tue. 11/1/11 4:06pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

haven't seen any "Yes on 2" yard signs yet, and I heard that no station is willing to run advertisements for it because everyone's so damned outraged!
  Tue. 11/1/11 4:07pm Letha:

Hey BT! Thanks for the play - You know it's for you! LOVE!
  Tue. 11/1/11 4:07pm Matt from Springfield:

@DCE: That's what I've been hearing, at least popular support is running against it.
  Tue. 11/1/11 4:08pm Ike:

I love Laos -- been to Luang Prabang? I really want to go back there again.
  Tue. 11/1/11 4:08pm r i s k y:

Nice meeting you this weekend! Enjoying the sounds!
  Tue. 11/1/11 4:09pm Matt from Springfield:

@Martha: How's it going? I've been to Laos! technically. I was in Thailand last year and that was one of those side trips to the free trade areas; you pay the guards Thai money, and don't get a passport stamp.
  Tue. 11/1/11 4:10pm paula pc:

@Martha -- Glad all is well!!
  Tue. 11/1/11 4:13pm obvious punster:

hey, hope your trip isn't too "Laos-y"! Er, well, I guess I hope it is?
  Tue. 11/1/11 4:14pm Martha:

Here for work - great place, though changed a bit since I was here 4 years ago - still settling in w/ the jet lag (not so good at that part). But most importantly, support freeform radio!
  Tue. 11/1/11 4:14pm Van in Dallas:

Love Thailand. Called the Land of Smiles for very good reason.
  Tue. 11/1/11 4:14pm Carmichael:

Well I never been to Laos,
But I kinda like the music.
  Tue. 11/1/11 4:14pm Martha:

And the Renderers -
  Tue. 11/1/11 4:16pm Cecile:

Ah! I haven't heard the Lighthouse keepers in forever.
Brian, the new Bats album is excellent. I DL'd it from Flying Nun in NZ. Pretty sweet.
  Tue. 11/1/11 4:20pm dw:

Thank you, Brian!
  Tue. 11/1/11 4:28pm BT:

Havent heard that Bats yet, I'll have to bug FN for one for the station. Apparently Nov 15th there will be a Flying Nun tribute show in NYC for their 30th anniversary with local bands playing FN covers?
  Tue. 11/1/11 4:29pm Cecile:

That sounds really cool, Brian.
  Tue. 11/1/11 4:39pm dom:

this is incredible!
  Tue. 11/1/11 4:42pm Matt from Springfield:

"Bara Sanabo Bara" is particularly incredible! Which culture is this from?
  Tue. 11/1/11 4:54pm Matt from Springfield:

Nigeria! Thanks Brian.

As for this Travesti, Italian synth "Roadhouse Blues"? ;)
  Tue. 11/1/11 4:56pm dom:

spacemanish
  Tue. 11/1/11 5:00pm Matt from Springfield:

Habla espacemanyol?
  Tue. 11/1/11 5:04pm Carmichael:

I wanna be a spaceman.
That's what I want to be.
  Tue. 11/1/11 5:07pm rosh:

the dust to dig table provided a much needed brain & fingers break from hours of crate digging @ fair. + all their stuff is amazing. sad i missed fahey event, anyone know if that's posted somewhere?
  Tue. 11/1/11 5:07pm Cecile:

this morley grey is kind of George Brigeman-ish
  Tue. 11/1/11 5:12pm jb:

slant and slide!!!
  Tue. 11/1/11 5:15pm Martha:

I'm always confused by Glands of...Is that Barbara Manning singing?
  Tue. 11/1/11 5:16pm Cecile:

yes. She was a member.
  Tue. 11/1/11 5:19pm Martha:

Thanks!
  Tue. 11/1/11 5:24pm Ryan M.:

eff yes...UOoA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  Tue. 11/1/11 5:25pm Ike:

Isn't it about 5 a.m. there, Martha? Didn't take any melatonin? If you're in the capital and you get some free time then I recommend going across to Nong Khai, Thailand, or take the three-hour bus ride to Vang Viang which is gorgeous. At this time of year, it's not overrun by drunken Brits, either.
  Tue. 11/1/11 5:26pm Carmichael:

They were/are kind of a collective, if I recall correctly. Seymour Glass is involved as well.
  Tue. 11/1/11 5:27pm AbeSomething:

I'm not finding any info on "Destination Cuervo" online. Any help? I want that 7"!!
  Tue. 11/1/11 5:30pm Cecile:

He's not Blind Willie Johnson, either.
  Tue. 11/1/11 5:30pm Martha:

Listen to the music!
  Tue. 11/1/11 5:32pm bill:

Finally, some black metal!
  Tue. 11/1/11 5:33pm Ike:

Yes ma'am.
  Tue. 11/1/11 5:35pm Cecile:

yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
Isn't Prosthetic Lamb of God's label?
  Tue. 11/1/11 5:38pm Cecile:

double kick drums yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
  Tue. 11/1/11 5:51pm Matt from Springfield:

Delirious Music for Delirious People.
Yep, sounds about right.
  Tue. 11/1/11 5:59pm Matt from Springfield:

Thanks for the show Brian!
Have a good one!
  Tue. 11/1/11 6:00pm Letha:

Did a great many collages while listening! Thanks BT!
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