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Options October 13, 2009: w/ live music from THE FRESH & ONLYS and STATIC STATIC
w/ live music from San Francisco's FRESH & ONLYS and STATIC STATIC from LA (the city of Los Angeles and the state of Louisiana).

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New Approx. start time
Flipper  Talk's Cheap   Options Gone Fishin'        0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Holy Cobras  Mohammed Ya Ya   Options Dead Bodies float in Space  Campaign for Infinity  Free Music Archive  *   0:03:20 (Pop‑up)
Karl Blau  Gnos Levohs   Options Zebra  K Records    *   0:08:15 (Pop‑up)
Wout Vercammen  Black Yellow Red (paint)   Options Wout Vercammen  Ultra Eczema    *   0:12:49 (Pop‑up)
Moodring  Shaker Tab   Options Scared of Ferret      *   0:15:12 (Pop‑up)
Lukas Ligeti & Beta Foly  L'Escalier Du Temps   Options Lukas Ligeti & Beta Foly  Intuition      0:17:28 (Pop‑up)
The Group  The Feed-back   Options Psych Funk 101: A Global Psychedelic Funk Curriculum  World Psychedelic Funk Classics    *   0:22:13 (Pop‑up)
Mudang Rouge  brainstorm   Options Live at The Stone 9-15-2009    Free Music Archive    0:28:25 (Pop‑up)
Pan Sonic/Keiji Haino  track 8   Options Shall I Download a Blackhole And Offer It To You? Live in Berlin 15.11.2007  Blast First Petite    *   0:34:16 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Orquestra Popular de Paio Pires 






0:40:47 (Pop‑up)
Los Microwaves  La Voix Humane   Options Life After Breakfast  Posh Boy      0:49:04 (Pop‑up)
General Interest  I Still Vote for Reagan   Options General Interest 45rpm 12''  Ride the Snake    *   0:51:30 (Pop‑up)
Le Shat Noir  You Need a Knob, Son (live)   Options The Failure: A Whore Eyes Compilation  Drippy Bone Books  compilation w/ Static Static, gifted by Static Static posse  *   0:53:40 (Pop‑up)
Many Arms  Easy Dozens   Options Ocean of Snakes 3'' CD  Majmua    *   0:56:07 (Pop‑up)

Static Static live on WFMU!
John Henry - Vox / Gtr
MissMassDestruction - Organ/Vox/mini-Kaos-pad
Lesley - Drums
Myspace w/ Tour Dates
LP and 7''s available from Tic Tac Totally
Zines and things available from Drippy Bone Books w/ awesome artwork by Keenan
Static Static  Live on WFMU!   Options Live on Talk's Cheap    Setlist: Witchmouth, Satanic Speakers, Dementia, Capsized, Crossing My Eyes, Animal (download from the Free Music Archive)    1:07:46 (Pop‑up)
Static Static  John Henry and Lesley eatin pizza and talking with jason   Options Talk's Cheap interview    talkin about LA (city and state), Hurricane Katrina, The Edge, Quintron's Spellcaster Lounge and DJ Trent's Sound and Safe remote (check out the archive here)    1:30:28 (Pop‑up)
Red Aunts  Little Drummer Bitch   Options Happy Birthday, Baby Jesus - Volume 1  Sympathy For The Record Industry      1:36:57 (Pop‑up)
I Scream  Nothing to Do (2nd Version)   Options The Insane Box (V/A)  Vinyl-on-Demand  Album: Prehistoric Madness recorded in Belgium bedroom '72-'78  *   1:41:03 (Pop‑up)
Leaders  Grenade in the Face   Options split 7'' w/ Guitar Magazine  Classic Bar    *   1:46:22 (Pop‑up)
Wizzard Sleeve  Mommy's Little Baby   Options 7''  HoZac      1:48:48 (Pop‑up)
Lamps  Javelin   Options Lamps  In The Red      1:52:54 (Pop‑up)
The Thingies  Rainy SUnday Morning   Options High All the Time Vol. 1  Past & Present    *   1:55:57 (Pop‑up)
Sun Araw  The Message   Options Heavy Deeds  Not Not Fun    *   1:58:15 (Pop‑up)
Spider Bags  Lord Please   Options Goodbye Cruel World, Hello Crueler World  Birdman    *   2:02:47 (Pop‑up)
The Fresh & Onlys live at WFMU
Wymond - guitar (pictured at right)
Tim Cohen - synth and lead vox (seated at left)
Shayde Sartin - bass (seated at center)
Kyle Gibson - drums (standing)
and featuring Jarvis from Woods on guitar (far right)
The Fresh & Onlys  Live at WFMU   Options Live on Talk's Cheap    setlist: Feelings in my Heart / Fascinated / Summer of Love / Invisible Forces / Grey-eyed Girl / Happy to be Living / Laughter is Contagious / Endless Love / Don't Give Up (download from the Free Music Archive)    2:12:45 (Pop‑up)
Rondelles  The Upshot   Options Fox        2:43:04 (Pop‑up)
The Mantles  Yesterday's Gone   Options The Mantles  Siltbreeze    *   2:45:10 (Pop‑up)
The Underdogs  The Man in the Glass   Options Friday At The Hideout: Boss Detroit Garage 1964-67        2:48:15 (Pop‑up)
OPA  One + One + One is Two   Options Back Home: The Lost 1975 Sessions  Lion Productions      2:50:30 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Orquestra Popular de Paio Pires 






2:52:52 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  9:04am Bad Ronald:

Good Morning!
  9:05am jason:

mornin BR!
  9:05am annie:

.. good morning.. still sleeping...
  9:16am fishmonkeystew:

Gooooood Morning, Jason, Annie, Bad Ronald, and the rest of the WFMU world! Hope yer all staying warm on this brisk morning.
  9:22am Bad Ronald:

Digging "L'Escalier Du Temps", thanks!
  9:25am jason:

hey FMS and Annie!

Live music from Static Static and Fresh & Onlys comin up at 10 and 11
  9:27am annie:

got the woodstove fired up.. the coffee just ain't doin the trick today.... looks like a two-pot morning!
  9:30am jason:

damn annie, two pots? how many cups is that?
  9:35am Chris:

Not enough the way I'm feeling this morning.
  9:51am dc pat:

Hey cats, saw thee Oh Sees last night, every bit worth the hype. Very rockin show w/ wacky guitars and all--I have no idea what kind of 12 string that guy was playing but it sounded great. BUT, what stole the show (for me anyway) was the latest youth sub-culture craze: Tall Bikes, that's right. These crazy kids had two steel bikes welded one on top of the other, riding around 10 feet off the ground. Totally nuts. Have you all seen this up there?
  9:54am dc pat:

this is the most minutemen-sounding band I've heard
  9:54am fishmonkeystew:

Dc Pat, I saw that once about 2 or 3 years ago on Block Island, RI. Freakin' cool. I wanted to know how they got up on the bike.
  9:56am dc pat:

yeah, that was the really interesting part. I waited around for the guys to come out, they just throw when leg up really high to get the foot on the peddle and jump. It seems to defy gravity.
  9:56am doug from DC:

Pat, I've talked to a couple of tall bikers lately. They feel they're less likely to go through a windshield from up there. Plus there's the benefit of being able to see over SUVs.
  9:58am annie:

jason, it's a large-size french press. so i can get two large cups of coffee for each brew. the second pot; i just add one more scoop to the pot and add more water.. just one of those days./..
  9:58am Cecile:

morning all.
Only 8 days until I get my furnace fixed.

Annie, have some of that poor man's Ritalin for me, too. I am draggin this AM
  10:00am Cecile:

hey, do you have any Species Being? Some tracks from their 2nd disc might fit in well here.
  10:00am DM:

jason!! was bummed the fresh & onlys weren't with thee oh sees here in DC last night, so i'm glad you're getting me a fix sometime soon.
  10:00am dc pat:

they're definitely high up but that would mean you have further to fall too. Whatever the reason, it's pretty freakin cool.
  10:03am postmanpaul:

hi jason and posters! yeah dc pat, those double deckered bikes are going some over here in brighton uk too, amazing sight.
was down in dorset at the square and compass pub last weekend [www.squareandcompasspub.co.uk} for their beer and pumpkin fest, monsters weighing in at 360 pounds. the landlord informed me that last year they weighed in a 860 pounder!!!
  10:06am Cecile:

HI, pmp!
Wow, that's a lot of pie! nom nom nom
I roasted a 10 pounder for pies next month. Great smell.

What do they do with the big pumpkins? Carve 'em, eat em? chop em up for pig feed?
  10:07am dc pat:

if you Englishers build a bigger pumpkin than us, it's going to be war...

Speakin of which, anybody able to watch that US/Honduras soccer match? We're in baby!!
  10:07am Chris:

The Washington Post has great pictures of a 650 lb pumpkin being dropped on an old junked car and exploding. Have to see if there's video.
  10:08am Cecile:

I'm still grooving off the fact the town is in a good mood with the Vikings being 5-0.

I keep asking people "how does it feel having a real quarterback" and have not been punched in the face once. ;D
  10:09am croptkin:

You started it, with your big apple
  10:10am esch oder anarchie!:

As far as I'm aware they didn't show US-Honduras -- not as timely as bowling reruns. BTW, excellent that the 'FMU playlist has devolved into sport. So ... any guess on when Messi finally puts one on for the big A?
  10:11am dc pat:

I heard they were charging $25 a pop to see it at some bars. Great way to encourage the sport over here...
  10:13am dc pat:

as long as the US doesn't have to deal with them in a play off, 'tis all I care about.
  10:14am Chris:

These guys are good. This would have sounded great on the bill with Human Eye and TV Ghost the other night in DC.
  10:15am jason:

hey chris, i think they're playing with both TV Ghost and Human Eye over the course of their tour actually
  10:17am BSI:

...just now joining the party.
This sounds like just the right blend of caffeine and extreme violence... diggit.
  10:17am Chris:

Here we got Wizzard Sleeve, and all three bands opened for Kohoutek.
  10:18am postmanpaul:

dc, we stuff 'em with badly behaved children and bake 'em.
  10:19am BSI:

Chris: I seriously needed to be there but couldn't make it. Must have the new Kohoutek LP.
  10:21am david:

that whole show at the velvet was very good, but tv ghost was silly fantastic.
  10:22am Cecile:

that was my question, but awesome, pmp!
Do you call it the Swiftian Special?
  10:22am Chris:

BSI, it will knock you out. Worth staying out to insane o'clock to see Kohoutek too. And dang it, I didn't realize Static Static were at Galaxy Hut last night? Drat!
  10:22am jason:

speaking of tv ghost, they're live on brian turner's show this afternoon!
  10:27am postmanpaul:

hi cecile! yeah, those big 'uns sure make them kids behave!
  10:29am dc pat:

gawd, wish I'd been there to see TVGhost...lucky I got out last night...
  10:30am Cecile:

I'll bet there's a whole generation of kids who have bad dreams about gardens!

too many good bands, so little time.
  10:31am dc pat:

that's got to be a Farfeesa organ-I was in a band with one of those and it always whined between songs...
  10:34am BSI:

Got my prog fix in baltimore on saturday, Mahogany Frog had a lovely Farfisa, which behaved itself rather well...
  10:37am Cecile:

What a nice bunch of kids!
I understand about the NO thing. There are some hella good avant garde players down there.
  10:40am GP:

Sneaking in the side door..nods to Jason...takes seat.
  10:47am Raf:

Hey Jason, good to be tuning in for the first time in a while. Looking forward to the Fresh and Onlys!
  10:48am GP:

This I Scream is intriguing. Amazing what kind of sound they were getting back then and it is recorded rather nicely.
I'd love to know how they did their sounds....the research stats now.
  10:49am jason:

heya raf! hey GP I see you
  10:56am ?:

Ha ha, I can just see them sitting around totally baked thinking up a name for the band.."whoa, check this out..Wizzard Sleeve...yea man, with TWO z's".

<spit take...hear several WTF's in background. Fade out over hysterical giggling)

But what a great song.
  10:57am dc pat:

freakin killer show, jason...
  10:59am jason:

thanks pat! dc represent!
  11:06am david:

spider bags! how awesome is the new album? this duet's a killer, but that first song gets me every time, man.
  11:08am Parq:

Enjoying the show while I plow through a major workload.
  11:13am jason:

yeah david thanks for the tip on spider bags!
  11:28am GP:

Cool band. Helping me get my work done.
Thanks Fresh and Onlys.
  11:29am Ike:

Jason! You can't pronounce "Bene Gesserit?!" Does that mean you've never watched the wonderful mess that is David Lynch's version of Dune?! Ha ha ha. Anyway, good live band here.
  11:30am Chris:

What a glorious trainwreck that version of Dune is.
  11:34am Carmichael:

Good morning everyone. Killer storm, power out, everything wet.
  11:36am Carmichael:

Cecile, I made the chicke tacos this weekend, and realized I forgot to mention: add salsa. A big jar of mild salsa.
  11:39am Cecile:

Oh, got it. Good to know.

I made a variation. I took 1/2 a potroast, a can of diced tomatoes and a good amount of ground chipotle, garlic and salt and pepper. Then I made refried black beans and we had tacos. Sooooo goood.
  11:41am Carmichael:

Perfect! Can't have tacos without rice and beans.
  11:41am SmokinJ:

These guys rock for keeping that old Tascam R-R alive!
  11:43am Cecile:

Any friend of Kelly Stoltz is a friend of mine!
  11:54am Chris:

Seriously great show today.
  11:57am Carmichael:

Thanks, Jason!
  11:59am Bad Ronald:

great show, thanks
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