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Options March 17, 2009: w/ live music from Arrington de Dionyso
Old Time Relijun's front-man will perform some of his true folk sounds live on the radio. Instruments may include bass clarinet, snare drum, shruti box, and multiphonic voice. Arrington de Dionyso's grand textural experiments are inspired by Indian classical music, Tuvan throat-singing, and free jazz. He's playing NYC at The Stone on March 11 (curated by Lucas Ligeti), March 19 at Zebulon in Brooklyn, and March 20 at Theater Lab in the West Village. Arrington's got a new album later this year on ESP-Disk, The Naked Future

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New Approx. start time
Flipper  Talk's Cheap   Options         0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Jess & James  Thank You Show Biz   Options         0:02:11 (Pop‑up)
Stockholm Monsters  Soft Babies   Options All At Once (Singles 1981-1987)  LTM      0:05:08 (Pop‑up)
Mono Pause  Of Stomping Men   Options Peeping Through the Listen Hole  Electro Motive      0:08:40 (Pop‑up)
GR & Full-Blown Expansion  The Scene (slowly's getting louder)   Options GR & Full-Blown Expansion  Les Disques Blasphematoires du Palatin  of France's Gunslingers, playin WFMU's SXSW showcase this Friday in Austin TX and broadcast live on these airwaves  *   0:11:26 (Pop‑up)
Daniel A.I.U. Higgs  Spectral Hues   Options Atomic Yggdrasil Tarot  Thrill Jockey      0:16:44 (Pop‑up)
Cryptacize  Stop Watch   Options Dig That Treasure  Asthmattic Kitty      0:22:29 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:

bon dance   Options





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Paul Metzger  Geschenk   Options Gedanken=Spitter  Roaratorio      0:36:09 (Pop‑up)
Entrance  Requiem For Sandy Bull (R.I.P.)   Options Prayer of Death  Tee Pee      0:42:03 (Pop‑up)
Lamas and Monks of Pal Phuntsok Chokorling, Tashi Jong, Himachal Pradesh, India. Venerable Khamtul Dongyu Nyima VIII, director  Mahakala Sadhana: Dakyre (excerpt)   Options Tibetan Buddhism: The Ritual Orchestra and Chants  Nonesuch Explorer Series  rec. David Lewiston    0:44:36 (Pop‑up)
MV & EE with The Golden Road  Drone Trailer   Options Drone Trailer  DiCristina    *   1:02:54 (Pop‑up)
Opal  Magick Power   Options Happy Nightmare Baby  SST      1:07:48 (Pop‑up)
Cheer-Accident  Blue Cheadle   Options Fear Draws Misfortune  Cuneiform Records    *   1:13:11 (Pop‑up)
Depth Charge  Mecha Squirrel (part 2)   Options   DC Recordings    *   1:23:30 (Pop‑up)
Zenlo  At a German Fair   Options Skeletal Antics  Porter Records    *   1:27:18 (Pop‑up)
Richard Pinhas  Variations VII sur le theme des Bene Gesserit   Options Musiques Electroniques en France 1974-1984 (V/A)  Gazul    *   1:32:53 (Pop‑up)
Habitat Sound System  Hard Rope Dub   Options Monosov Swirnoff / Habitat Sound System Split LP  Eclipse      1:37:17 (Pop‑up)
The Fly Girlz  I Could Give You Reasons   Options Da' Bratz From Da' Ville  Teen Action    *   1:40:38 (Pop‑up)
Blues Control  Paul's Winter Solstice   Options Snow Day 7"  Sub Pop    *   1:47:35 (Pop‑up)
Kadiri Gopalnath  Sevikka Vendumaiyya   Options Gulshan Kumar presents Carnatic Classical Instrumental  T Series Classical Series      1:49:11 (Pop‑up)
Arrington de Dionyso and Gene Janas  Live at WFMU!   Options     Gene Janas - Bass Arrington de Dionyso - Bass Clarinet, voice +shruti box + snare    2:14:45 (Pop‑up)
Arrington De Dionyso        keep an eye out for his new album on ESP-Disk     

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Listener comments!

  9:04am postmanpaul:

first post, ha! jason, salutations!
  9:06am Parq:

Jason, you were magnificent that night. Yes, I know, you'd rather hear a girl say that, but I got what I got.
  9:06am annie:

PMP!! woohoo! morning jason.. morning everyone
  9:09am postmarathonmanpaul:

Parq, where you hiding it then?!

and good morning madam!
  9:10am Jason:

Hey pmP, Parq and Annie, good morning!! Thank you Parq...thank you for puttin up with my obnoxiousness and supporting the station inspite of it!
  9:11am annie:

PMP-i have ther greenhouse half finished.. a thing of beauty.. and a great storage shed for wood this winter too.. jason it was a hell of a haul, eh..?
  9:14am postmarathonmanpaul:

annie, that would make it a bauhaus greenhouse.
  9:21am annie:

pmp, have you put yourself on the donation map?
  9:24am texas scott:

hey annie....whatcha gonna grow in that greenhouse?
  9:25am postmarathonmanpaul:

no annie, i'm too self-deprecating!
  9:25am annie:

starting leek seeds and two kinds of wormwood, then, various crucifer s and veggies..
  9:26am annie:

pmmp- ken might be able to give you some tramadol for that.
  9:26am Parq:

Tx Sct, are you anywhere near Austin? Are you going to be able to go to one of the FMU SXSW shows?
  9:28am Parq:

No way, Annie, Ken would never share his tramadol.
  9:29am texas scott:

i'm in fort worth and have no time
would love to some day.
btw,anyone know if pseu's show will be bumped this friday?
  9:34am postmarathonmanpaul:

ken could'nt handle kenny g without it.
  9:56am annie:

i'm really around this morning, really. my computer's speed has slowed this am. and i am working at a snails' pace. great music jason...and i mean that!
  10:00am Golden Sours:

Kenny G! Be still my heart!
  10:04am Jerry Garcia:

This reminds me of the melody in "The Wheel."
  10:05am Jerry Garcia:

Then again, I have taken a lot of drugs.
  10:05am Bad Ronald:

Aren't you dead too?
  10:07am Jerry Garcia:

Yeah. Real dead. Maybe that has something to do with it as well.
  10:07am PaulPinirishberlinartghetto:

blustery windy somewhat sunny day in south inner city berlin. moving flat on my national holiday;). same day i moved here over 6 years ago. hope you gfet the 133000 over the coming days.
  10:08am stingy d:

the mozzarella bar sucks guys don't go there.
  10:11am dc pat:

dang, what's the deal singy? I was planning on stopping by
  10:12am dc pat:

alright, Arrington on the show--just saw him last Friday.
  10:15am Cecile:

The Bulldog in NE Minneapolis makes awesome fried mozzarella.
  10:15am stingy d:

why singy? why always?

the quality just not that great. it's very much a chain from what i can tell. and the employees just work there, they don't know what they are selling.
  10:17am dc pät:

oh, got it. I like "singy d"--it's like you got singed by something big and firey. or maybe you like to sing a lot.
  10:18am postmarathonmanpaul:

stingy d, as our in-column eatery raconteur i think you're doing fine, honestly, no honestly.
  10:21am dc pät:

that last bit by cheer-accident sounded vaguely Stravinsky-like
  10:23am Cecile:

damn, gina, missed Paul Metzger
  10:23am stingy d:

aaaah screw everybody i'm going to sleep
  10:23am martin:

daaaamn ginnaaa
  10:24am stingy d:

you're welcome! you're all welcome!!

  10:24am Parq:

Pat, SD has nicely illustrated my point. Rule number one for a visitor picking a place to eat; not the chains. For the life of me, I can't figure out why people knock themselves out financially to come here, and then eat in the same damn Olive Garden as at home.
  10:25am Bäd R☺nald:

Hey Stingy - you ever do S'Mac on 12th street?
  10:25am Parq:

I sorry - "Pät".
  10:30am Pearly Sweets:

You know what is funny, Parq, one of my coworkers went up there a few months ago and the first place she ate was at an Olive Garden. Her reason was "we were hungry and didn't want to walk any further." My response "you could have gone one block in either direction."
  10:30am Cecile:

I don't know, either, Parq. Although Tim Horton's did save my butt a few times last time I was in Toronto...
  10:32am Cecile:

You know, folks, it's weird, but some people are not all that into food. I remember looking at one acquaintance like an alien when he said he never noticed what kind of bread his sandwiches were on!
  10:36am annie:

it's all about the flavour and taste.. the savory compared to the sweet. the toothsomeness of the bite. i love food.
  10:38am Parq:

Jason, this Pinhas is gorgeous.
  10:38am Oliver Twist:

Food, glorious food!
  10:38am postmarathonmanpaul:

...and some folk don't know which side their bread is buttered on, idiomts!
  10:40am annie:

BREAD!!! ....... butter... hhmmm..
  10:44am Doug from DC:

I thought The Fly Girlz album was released on Sockets. I know the guy that runs the label, and just got an e-mail blast about his new releases today.
  10:44am Cecile:

mmmmm, bread.

Fresh butter. Hope butter from Central MN, made from the milk of cows that have done nothing wrong, and salt - if you get the salted kind.

now I'm hongry.

Say, can you play the WFMU National Anthem aka "Cars that Go Boom?"
  10:45am stingy d:

i have water now so fuck you
  10:46am annie:

cecile just made some fresh butter last week,,, hhmmm had to quality control a couple times, veerry important!
  10:47am Cecile:

Chill out, Testy D.

Oh, Annie, you are doing veerrrry important work.
  10:48am annie:

and since i am alone 97 percent of the time, i get to eat it all by myself, mostly.
  10:49am annie:

oh, cecile, the puppies are born! she had 4 and the female is tricoloured. not sure about the husky bit yet. will see her next week
  10:50am Cecile:

How simulataneously luxurious and wistful.
  10:52am Cecile:


they're not going to give her to you until 8 weeks, right? They shouldn't...
  10:53am GP:

Morning all..I hear that SXSW is almost sold out already, and they expect a better turn out than last year.....what recession! It si getting to where you need an inside connection to get in.
  10:54am annie:

i wouldn't have it any other way cece, want to do it right...going to bring something that smells like me so i can get her to know me that way..
  10:56am Cecile:

Good job, annie!
Now to get the wheels turning on my dogdoption.
  10:57am postmarathonmanpaul:

that would be fresh morning hay and violets annie! i hope she grows up to be a fine rabbit chaser.
  11:00am annie:

that's a wonderful image of smells PMMP, not sure how i feel about chasing rabbits, though, they are everywhere around here. the owls have been feasting lately. makes me sad ... out there chewing on the apple bask, then BAM.. ...
  11:01am annie:

that would be apple bark!
  11:01am stingy d:

i like apple bask
  11:02am Parq:

Okay, D's got bread and water. We've established that he and his laptop are in solitary.

Annie, three Ps - post puppy pics. We will not take no for an answer.
  11:03am postmarathonmanpaul:

i like apple mast.
  11:03am Cecile:

I want my puppala to be chasing all the bunnies and skwirels out of my yard. They seem to think it's a rodent superhighway.
  11:03am annie:

parq, consider it done. if i get lucky perhaps as early as next week.. woohoo! stingy might have added something to that water like, whiskey?
  11:05am annie:

i am now thinking about the ramifications of this decision.. wow.. haven't had to care for a youngun since my kid was at home.
  11:07am stingy d:

i'm hanged over. somehow when you ride a bike for 9 hours a day... 4 beers feels like 10
  11:08am stingy d:

furthermore all puppies should be allowed to break squirrel and rabbit necks
  11:10am dc pät:

my cat breaks rat necks for breakfast..
  11:13am GP:

Stingy, who is chasing you? Why are you riding so far?
  11:14am postmarathonmanpaul:

stingy d, notwithstanding fear of plantnig subliminal references of former policeman, i have always pronounced your moniker as in the 'sting in ones tail,' and will continue to do so.
  11:17am dc pät:

getting back to that Olive Garden discussion and being interested in the food you eat--I think it's the same thing as having some taste regarding music. If you are particular in one area, you probably are in others.
  11:17am still b/p:

Scruffy carnivorous urban rabbits will chase bicyclers to terminal exhaustion. And they can smell cheese breath from six blocks away.
  11:18am dc pät:

  11:18am fl pearlÿ:

bringin' back the umlauts! Hooray!
  11:20am postmarathonmanpaul:

b/p b/ave!
  11:20am Tense E. Sea:

umlaut in love...
so don't forget it...
  11:21am Parq:

The thing is, tourists who come to NYC not only eat in the Olive Garden, but get their dessert at one of the chain yogurt places, stay in chain hotels, shop in chain stores, party in chain theme bars, and see Broadway musical versions of movies they've watched on DVD 50 times. More power to them, I guess, and I love the tax money they're paying into my community (or at least the portion of it that Albany lets us keep), but if you're not traveling for new experiences, then what are you traveling for?
  11:23am dc pat:

10-4, Parq.
  11:24am annie:

i travel for museums, cafes, coffee shops, book stores and ethnic food! anything i can find..
  11:24am dc pät:

and that's what I was saying, if you're going to choose Olive Garden, then you've probably bought the whole package and are listening to what ever comes out of American Idol too.
  11:25am annie:

it's like travelling through that strange tunnel from one mall to the next!
  11:26am Pearlÿ Sweets:

Being raised in Jackson Heights, but living in Jacksonville, Florida makes it really hard to listen to some of the stories from people I know down here who have visited NYC. I just want to say "Why!? WHY DID YOU DO THAT?!"
  11:26am stingy d:

i hear you and agree completely parq, but you really need to factor in the sensation of seeing 10,000 people all at once, and the atmosphere here is truly something to behold. and like pat says, but didn't say, there is no accounting for taste.
  11:27am Pearlÿ Sweets:

And these people are hip enough, I guess, but you drop them into some place they aren't familiar with and they clam right up.
  11:28am annie:

i love the anonymity of NYC or any large city.
  11:28am Parq:

Oh yeah, Pät, totally with you there. When the local smooth jazz station converted to easy-listening pop, the smooth jazz fans in my office were carrying on, and all I could think was, what, your lowest-common-denominator music got replaced by a different kind of lowest-common-denominator music, and I'm supposed to see that as an injustice?
  11:29am stingy d:

by the way, i'm on the lam
  11:30am annie:

be sure to remember your hip flask of whiskey for your water wink wink
  11:30am Sexy Pervert Stu:

I'm also on a lamb. ;)
  11:31am stingy d:

i keep my whiskey in my boot next to my knife
  11:32am GP:

I have a weird thing where I like to know at least one person in the town that I am going to visit, that way it does not seem so overwhelming, but that has not stopped me from travelling to places where I don't know a soul. I meet people fairly quickly anyway.

  11:32am Parq:

I like lamb, too, but mostly I'm on the chicken and vegetables. I hate to think what Stu's gonna do with that . . .
  11:33am stingy d:

too many guns on my hip, get outta here pervert!
  11:34am Sexy Pervert Stu:

Did I mention I am also a commie?
  11:35am annie:

gp, i dig ya. nice to have those connections in case. i keep a list like that..
  11:36am stingy d:

perverts really get my goat
  11:37am annie:

as long as they leave the lamb, i'm ok with that
  11:38am GP:

10-4 Annie, + you get the insider tour sometimes. I got a great tour of Chinatown last time in NYC because of a friend connection.
  11:38am Sexy Pervert Stu:

OOooooeew! I'd love to GET your goat, Stingy! Meow!
  11:39am annie:

oh, like the time i went to chicago and got the blues brothers tour!!
  11:40am stingy d:

oh you're gonna get it alright
  11:40am stingy d:

you pig
  11:41am Bäd R☺nald:

Wow, all this and pervert stew!?!
  11:41am still b/p:

We travel/eat/listen/shop for gratification. Ain't no accounting for different and ever-mystifying grading systems....for what feels like freedom, strokes and right buttons of usefulness for other-minded folks right next to us who can seem to operating in a decision galaxy far, far away. But hate to see their choices putting/ propagating more and more of what they choose in our faces/spaces...makes cities more pale, world more numb..as was pointed out regarding Union Square the other day. Boooo!
  11:41am GP:

Jason, the live set sounds cool.
  11:41am Parq:

Old George Carlin bit: can you imagine if there actually was a commie fag junkie?

[lolls head, clutches left arm with right hand, looks up hazily] Thay, workerth of the world unite.
  11:42am Parq:

Yeh, Jase, don't mind us funning, I'm digging the daylights out of this set.
  11:42am Sexy Pervert Wilbur:

stingy is spinning a web that is just for me!
  11:43am Pearlÿ Sweets:

I'd love to get a shruti box.
  11:43am Cecile:

that was an awesome set! I dug it soooo much
  11:44am stingy d:

yea i'm not
  11:44am Sexy Pervert Budgie:

Where's my present, Jerk?
  11:44am postmarathonmanpaul:

Arrington de Dionyso and Gene Janas, encore!
  11:44am GP:

SPS, howzabout Zebra...you like Zebra?
  11:45am stingy d:

it's in the past, jerk
  11:49am GP:

What is an "embodied voice"?
  11:51am Drunky McGee:

Two spirits are speakin to me right now, a Mr. Jack and a Mr. Daniels.
  11:52am stingy d:

gp just ask stu
  11:53am dc pat:

old time relijun rules
  11:55am Sexy Pervert Stu:

GP, its a voice that is grounded and rooted in duct tape and gerbils.
  11:55am postmarathonmanpaul:

you saying SPWhoever's talking sh*t?
  11:55am Sexy Pervert Stu:

GAH-ZUNGAS! Nyuck nyuck nyuck
  11:56am Sean Daily:

Not even close to first comment! Woo hoo!
  11:56am GP:

mmmm duct tape!
  11:57am stingy d:

oh yea ducks!
  11:58am Cecile:

I like Thai duct curry
  11:59am Döüg fröm DC:

and duct sauce on egg rolls.
  11:59am Bäd R☺nald:

I'd like to hear some Ducks Deluxe!
  12:00pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

All of this food talk is making me hungry!
  12:00pm dc pät:

Happy Saint Pat's day:

  12:00pm still b/p:

Lunch at FMU sometimes on paydays is Duct L'Orange City
  12:00pm adam:

If anyone is interested, you can pre-order Arrington's new record...The Naked Future - Gigantomachia at espdisk.com
  12:01pm Cecile:

thanks, adam!
  12:01pm Bäd R☺nald:

Nice one dc pät!
  12:02pm postmarathonmanpaul:

i read embodied as embedded, firmly and deeply in a surrounding mass.

hi bad ron, i'd like to hear some be bop delux too.
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