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Options "The You I Need" by Tommy Roe
Options on Burn It Down! with Nate K
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"Roy Brown - Whose Hat Is That"
Rock & Soul Ichiban stream
"Bill Cody - I Got a Thing"
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"Michael Snow - Discussion: Hearing Aid"
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News from the Freeform Front

The WFMU Record Fair is coming your way: May 1-3 at the Brooklyn Expo Center in Greenpoint (79 Franklin St)! Luxuriate in a gigantic room filled wall-to-wall with LPs, 45s, CDs, videos, books, posters, collectibles and who knows what else! Oh wait, I know: special appearances by Danny Kroha (Demolition Doll Rods / Gories), Bambi Kino, Miriam, Olivia Neutron John, and more! Get $2 off admission with this coupon, be sure to check out the full schedule of events, and RSVP to the Facebook event.
On Tues Apr 21st and 28th (3-6pm), Brian Turner presents a two part special on Manchester legends, The Fall. Tune in to hear rare live recordings, interviews with former Fall members Stephen Hanley (4/21), Brix Smith Start, and Marc Riley (4/28), plus NYC's Spectre Folk plays a set of Fall covers live in studio (4/21).Don't miss it!
The Free Music Archive challenges you to make a fake movie trailer! Enter the FMA's Unreel Trailers Challenge: grab some public domain film footage, FMA music, and create a short video trailer for a movie that doesn't exist (yet). The deadline for submissions is May 8th and the winner will receive a fancy projector.
Record Fair in Brooklyn May 1-3?! I want to go to there, but how? Mass transit tips for those not accustomed to outer-borough travel: the closest subway to the Record Fair is the G train at Greenpoint Ave (less than 5 min walk to the Brooklyn Expo Center). Coming from Manhattan? Take the A train into Brooklyn and transfer to a Queens-bound G train at Hoyt-Schermerhorn (the L train will be down May 2-3).
Join WFMU at Monty Hall on Apr 28th for an evening of music celebrating the wide range of musical styles coming out of Cambodia in the '60s and '70s. Chhom Nimol of Dengue Fever performs the songs of Ros Serey Sothea, original members of Baksey Cham Krong and The Drakkar Band will play, and Sinn Sisamouth's grandson will perform his grandfather's beloved songs. Tickets here.
Coming up at Monty Hall next month and beyond:
Thurs May 7 - Object Collection live dubs the Steven Segal film Under Siege presented by Miniature Minotaurs | tickets
Sat May 9 - The Minus 5 / Steve Wynn & the Miracle 3 | tickets
Mon May 11 - Jessica Pratt | tickets
Thurs May 14 - Mac McCaughan (Superchunk) / The Flesh Wounds | tickets
Sat May 16 - Obnox / Uniform / Wilful Boys | tickets
Thurs May 21 - A screening of Revenge of the Mekons | tickets
Wed June 3 - The Woggles / Wyldlife / Sunshine & the Rain | tickets
Do you order stuff on Amazon? Don't worry, your secret is safe with us! Use this link when you shop, and a portion of the proceeds from your purchase will be donated to WFMU. Please note that Amazon lists us as "Auricle Communications," which is our grown-up, IRS official name.

Playing Today

The WFMU time is now 8:51am EDT on Sunday. (Full Schedule.)

Sunday
6am to 9am Options Burn It Down! with Nate K
Special: The Achtungs (More info)
[See the playlist]
9am to Noon Options Reggae Schoolroom with Jeff Sarge
Noon to 3pm Options The Glen Jones Radio Programme
3pm to 5pm Options Teenage Wasteland with Bill Kelly
5pm to 7pm Options Gaylord Fields
7pm to 9pm Options Daniel Blumin
9pm to Midnight Options World of Echo with Dave Mandl
Monday
Midnight to 3am Options Therese
3am to 6am Options The Avant Ghetto with Jeff Conklin