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Artist Track Album Label Comments New Approx. start time
sneakers  Ruby   Options Nonsequitur Of Silence  Collectors' Choice      0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Dan Melchior  1000 Times   Options Skulls Without Borders 10" (V/A)  Siltbreeze      0:02:18 (Pop-up)
Mirrors  She Smiled Wild   Options Something That Would Never Do  Violet Times      0:06:51 (Pop-up)
Th' Faith Healers  Reptile Smile   Options Peel Sessions  Ba Da Bing!      0:11:07 (Pop-up)
Bailter Space  Zapped   Options Wammo  Matador      0:16:00 (Pop-up)
Night Control  track3   Options Life Control  Kill Shaman    *   0:17:55 (Pop-up)
Nudge Squidfish  Goodbye Princess   Options 20,000 Leagues Under Nashville  Columbus Discount    *   0:20:49 (Pop-up)
Gunslingers  Stub of Fortune   Options Manifesto Zero  World in Sound    *   0:24:19 (Pop-up)
The Uphill Gardeners  He Is Master   Options The Uphill Gardeners      *   0:28:10 (Pop-up)
Gays in the Military  The Stalker   Options Meat Gazers  SNSE 
this is a different album of theirs
  0:36:13 (Pop-up)
Libythth  Pimp Stumbles into Booby Trap   Options Secrets and Sounds (v/a)  Animal Disguise      0:40:10 (Pop-up)
Skream  Rutten   Options Skream  Tempa      0:44:55 (Pop-up)
Sleepers  Seventh World   Options Talk's Cheap Presents: Speaking In Tongues [2009 WFMU Marathon premium]  WFMU      0:49:52 (Pop-up)
J.D Buhl  Do Ya Blame Me?   Options         1:01:35 (Pop-up)
Jeff Hill Band  Something's Wrong with My Baby   Options 7''  Sing Sing    *   1:03:33 (Pop-up)
Nuns  World War III   Options Nuns        1:06:07 (Pop-up)
Nuzz Bividt  Snuttad   Options Bloodstains Across Sweden Vol. 1 (V/A)        1:09:08 (Pop-up)
Magnetix  nulle autre que toi   Options rib out 7''  slovenly    *   1:11:06 (Pop-up)
Gorilla Angreb  Motorsavsmasskoren   Options   Feral Ward      1:14:16 (Pop-up)
Scott McCarl  I Hope   Options Titan: It's All Pop! [V/A]  Numero      1:14:53 (Pop-up)
Fabio  Lindo Sonho Delirante   Options Brazilian Guitar Fuzz Bananas  World Psychedelic Funk Classics    *   1:17:52 (Pop-up)
The Penetrators  Shopping Bag   Options Basement Anthology 1976-84  Swami      1:19:59 (Pop-up)
Eat Skull  Jerusalem Mall   Options 7''  Woodsist    *   1:22:58 (Pop-up)
Rank/Xerox  Confessions   Options Basement Furniture 7"  Mongo Bongo    *   1:25:44 (Pop-up)
Jac Berrocal  Ritmos Del Fedayin   Options Fatal Encounters  Megaphone Records      1:27:25 (Pop-up)
Ashtray Navigations    Six Imaginary Scenes from the Life of Muhammed Al Aqil  Nasahzphone    *   1:28:30 (Pop-up)
Herman's Rocket  The Last Tournament   Options Space Woman  Mucho Gusto    *   1:32:55 (Pop-up)
Shuggie Otis  Pling!   Options Inspiration Information  Luaka Bop      1:36:29 (Pop-up)
Pantha Du Prince  Sach Mal Baum   Options The Splendour 12''      *   1:40:44 (Pop-up)
Deep Rumba  Negro and Andy Run This Very Night Into the Rumba   Options This Night Becomes a Rumba  American Clave      1:47:05 (Pop-up)
Karen Cooper Complex  Beeswax   Options Shinjuku Birdwalk (1981)    Free Music Archive    2:09:41 (Pop-up)
Bram Nelson  Collision of Asteroids (Part 1)   Options Tokyo Dawn Classics - Bram Nelson  Tokyo Dawn  Free Music Archive    2:09:53 (Pop-up)
Taylor Ho Bynum/Tomas Fujiwara Duo  Ikuru   Options Live at WFMU on Scott McDowell's Show 3/22/09    Free Music Archive    2:14:37 (Pop-up)
New Carrollton  Dans L'armoire (with Bene Gesserit)   Options That Was Really Great  Zeromoon  Free Music Archive    2:17:13 (Pop-up)
Dustdevil & Crow  Black Ship   Options While Walking Slowly You Can See the Grasses Grow    Free Music Archive    2:20:59 (Pop-up)
Rhoda  New Farmer (feat. Mia Doi Todd)   Options vosotros presents: Rhoda  Vosotros  Free Music Archive    2:22:49 (Pop-up)
epsilon not  arizona   Options Stone Focus  self-released  Free Music Archive  *   2:26:42 (Pop-up)
People Like Us and Wobbly  Swing,-Largo,-Stomach   Options Black Box, Oakland 8 October 2002    Free Music Archive    2:33:25 (Pop-up)
Lo Ka Ping  Teals Descending Upon The Level Sand   Options Lost Sounds of the Tao  World Arbiter  Free Music Archive    2:40:39 (Pop-up)
Jack Rose  Blues for Percy Danforth   Options Luck In the Valley  Thrill Jockey  here's a mix from the ISSUE Project Room tribute to Jack Rose  *   2:45:16 (Pop-up)
Nothing People  Is This What You Want?   Options Soft Crash  S-S Records    *   2:53:11 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

  9:08am Dr. Wagner Jr.:

First Post
  9:22am Tom:

nice block jason!
  9:23am Chris:

I like this Nudge tune - its got a see emily play vibe to it,
  9:26am dc pat:

holy shit, this Gunslingers is right on the button. Great group name too.
  9:27am Tom:

New Gunslingers LP is 6 songs and under 30 min! How ya like them apples? Classic!
  9:29am dc pat:

oh man, I thought we were going to get a Gunslingers 2-fer there for a second
  9:29am jason:

mornin' Dr W, Tom, Chris, DC apt and all -- welcome to the party! Tom, I feel like a Columbus block is in order but I'm having trouble focusing. And yes the Gunslingers is crazy awesome!! they played wfmu sxsw last year
  9:30am TC:

Yeah, go see Gunslingers if they make it back over, they're great.
  9:32am Chris:

If you are taking requests Jason, something from the new Nothing People long player would be fab.
  9:34am Tom:

Gunslingers will be here in March and April. 3 NYC shows. They are playing all over. Check their myspace.
  9:38am dc pat apt:

Thanks Tom, they are in fact coming to the colony. I agree with Nothing People and maybe that new Ex 7"
  9:39am jamesie:

Loving Peter Bagge cartoons
  9:46am north guinea hills:

  9:47am HotRod:

good morning! nice set.
  9:49am jason:

hey, thanks HotRod!
  10:14am Cecile:

Good morning all! Great stuff.

Do you have Tactics on your big MP3 database? They're classic, unique Aussie postpunk
  10:14am Stephane:

oh boy, the magnetix!
south west France en Force!
  10:16am Cecile:

I have some Gary Charlson stuff on that label. I think.
  10:20am Cecile:

I also have a Titan sampler. I love Not Lame and local stores that pull out vintage singles from time to time.
  10:22am Ike:

Is it my imagination or are the Penetrators critiquing our modern consumerist culture? Great song either way. I need tea. Great show Jason.
  10:23am Chris:

Cecile - I used to love Not Lame, then I figured out they are a bunch of Christians and felt I could no longer support them. Sorry Christians.
  10:24am Cecile:

I haven't shopped from them forever. But they still have stuff that looks good.
  10:31am Ike:

I still loved Low and bought their CDs even after I found out they were Mormons. I parsed their lyrics carefully (more or less) and found no indication of attempts to brainwash me not to consume caffeine. I need tea.
  10:32am Cecile:

LOL, Ike.
I had to stop seeing Low live. I would end up drinking way too much to entertain myself!
  10:33am LizGig:

If a label/business/organisation is doing no harm, does it matter what religion they profess?
  10:34am Cecile:

I don't think it matters. For me, it's slightly more the politics. I don't shop at Urban Outfitters or Anthropologie because they were Rick Santorums single biggest campaign donors.
  10:37am Carmichael:

Good morning Jason and fellow sentient beings. This blob-blob synth line reminds me of Camel.
  10:37am LizGig:

I'll have to look up Rick Santorum. Once in a blue moon I have to buy something in Urban Outfitters. And speaking of avoiding dodgy companies, what is the line on Kraft? They have just bought Cadbury's, who previously bought Green & Blacks. Do we need to go looking for a different brand of hot chocolate?
  10:37am White Rabbit:

No time to say hello, good bye; I'm late, I'm late
  10:37am Ike:

Cecile, re: Low, ha! What, too slow and quiet for you? I thought they were fascinating live. They held my attention when few other bands can. And that was before they got loud and noisy.

Santorum HA HA HA! Dan Savage, Santorum, hee hee, I'm 12 today. Also, I need tea.
  10:37am annie:

yes liz.... :(
  10:38am paul:

this song will never sound the same without therese and mike talking over it for 3 hours
  10:39am annie:

i think "endangered species" still owns themselves..
  10:40am Carmichael:

@LizGig: Speaking of chocolate, do they still make Lion Bar chocolates? Was my favorite when I was a stupid kid many moons ago.
  10:41am Sandy in Houston:

I am dating a Catholic right now. I wouldn't recommend that to everyone. I think so long as everyone is nice everything is ok.
  10:42am dc pat:

just shop at Goodwill and you'll be ok.
  10:45am LizGig:

Oh balls. I haven't easily found a summary online about Kraft, so I was hoping to avoid a brand change. Why on earth did Urban Outfitters support Santorum?
  10:45am Chris:

I guess the problem I have with Christians is knowing, even if they don't say it (though they love to), thatthey think I'm going to hell if I don't accept JC as my saviour - and that's just mean.
  10:46am Ike:

LizGig, Kraft chocolate isn't too great generally (but maybe not as bad as Hershey). They'd better keep their damn mitts off the Cadbury chocolate bar recipes. Also, Santorum is an anti-gay arch-conservative politician. Sex columnist Dan Savage did an AWESOME competition to re-define the word "Santorum" as a sexual term. Now it means something really grodey! Hee hee.
  10:48am Cecile:

That's not true, Chris.
Many evangelicals, yes. Many mainline denominations, no.

Hee, hee, hee, Ike, I KNOW!

Okay, so getting off religion and politics, what's the weather like where you're at? Right now, it 's snowing, should be several inches (and a long bus ride home) tonight.
  10:49am doug in dc:

Apparently they still make Lion Bars, but you have to go to England to enjoy one. Perennial Tea Room will ship you some, but your nostalgia would have to be overwhelming to pay for it.
  10:50am Cecile:

What are Lion Bars, doug?
  10:50am LizGig:

@Carmichael: Yes, they still make Lion bars. And Dime bars. But small fairtrade companies are best. Our current favourite is Montezuma, although we are very partial to Blake's coconut, which uses coconut cream instead of desiccated coconut. And Wilde Irish do a latte and cinnamon fairtrade organic bar that's a little on the sweet side but oh so yummy.
  10:50am doug in dc:

All you need to know: http://www.chocablog.com/reviews/lion-bar/
  10:53am Chris:

I was raised a 1/2 Catholic, so I dig, but Christian with a capitol C is something else entirely.
  10:54am Sandy in Houston:

re: the hell thing - They think it's real! It would be mean for them not to tell you!
The bass player in my band is in a gospel band, they're awesome. I think they are all atheists. They do some snake handling.
  10:55am Cecile:

Doug, the fluff inside doesn't sound so hot, but maybe it's better in real life.

I am extremely partial to Violet Crumble. When I used to trade nail polishes overseas, I would ask for candy in trade.
  10:57am Chris:

HaHa, that's true Sandy.
  10:59am dc pat:

I was raised Catholic--they use to be not so bad about the "going to hell" thing. But I don't have anything to do with dem anymore.

I'm a salty junk food guy myself: I like burnt pretzels and jalapeno chips.
  10:59am BSI:

back from meeting, headphones on.
what's this "hell" thing now?
  10:59am Glenn L:

A Lion Bar is exactly as if someone stuck a Kit-Kat in the middle of 100-Grand candy bar. Love 'em, myself.
  11:00am Cecile:

I lean toward salt, but I like the occasional sweet. Greatly.
  11:00am BT:

sleepers vid, great:
  11:01am Chris:

Well, BSI, if you don't accept Jesus Christ as your saviour you will be going to hell - that's all.
  11:01am doug in dc:

@Sandy: Your post really reminded me of this Onion article:
  11:03am BSI:

As long as I can get a curry & ale, this "hell" thing sounds like a win/win to me.
  11:05am Carmichael:

Thanks, LizGig. I grew up in Ireland, but had a wicked uncle who lived in London and shipped them over for holiday treats.

Oh, and needless to say, I was raised Roman Catholic. Pre-John the 23rd, too. When folk mass came along, I was ecstatic.
  11:06am Chris:

"I was between bands after Junkhorse broke up,"
- funny stuff d in dc
  11:07am Cecile:

Now I like the vernacular, but love the old tunes. I'm bummed that direct TV got rid of XM and their Classics station. There was a guy who did a killer early-music and liturgical music show on Saturday night that I really miss.
  11:09am Carmichael:

Cecile, I just found that out last week! What is this Sonic crap?? I want my Deep Tracks back ....
  11:10am Cecile:

I KNOW. I wrote them an angry email.
They said, "well, there's no announcers". I said, "nobody knows anything about classical music, so you need announcers!" They've certainly helped me out!

And their progressive dance options are awful.
  11:15am 14K Gold Slum Computer Wizard:

Great show Jason, thanks!
  11:21am doug in dc:

New Carrollton, classic DC experimental.
  11:23am TC:

Holy crap, New Carrollton? I can't seem to get to the archive page at the moment, but Ineed details on this one. Classic indeed Doug.
  11:26am Chris:

Is the FMA down for some reason?
  11:26am jason:

shoot, it'll be back up momentarily...
  11:27am doug in dc:

Yep, New Carrolton, once the final stop on the Red Line before it got extended. zeromoon has a label page on FMA now.
  11:27am paul b:

A large bunch of years ago when I did a friday night show on WMUC (college station at U. Maryland) the guy who came on after me at midnight had a band he called "New Carollton". I remember the night they brought a bunch of contact mics with them and banged on metal lockers and other random objects, while chanting during a severe thunderstorm, ran it all through the board -- hanging the studio mic out the window to make sure that got mic'ed as well. That was College Radio... or something.
  11:28am Chris:

It's back - that was odd...I was having trouble yesterday as well.
  11:29am doug in dc:

Yeah, Jeff has some stories about WMUC, including blowing out their transformer once.
  11:30am LizGig:

@Carmichael: Were Lions proscribed when you grew up? Along with all the other evil things from Britain. I remember Lion bars going back 20 years now.
  11:31am BSI:

Paul B -- was yours the Porcupine Radio Show?
  11:31am LizGig:

Which is still long after John 23rd.
  11:33am LizGig:

And did you see the SkyNews video of the anchor making a fool of herself over ashes? And did you know you can easily and officially leave the RC church by filling out a form and posting. http://www.countmeout.ie/ I'm sure it works in other countries too.
  11:33am TC:

New Carrollton played a reunion show last year at Orpheus Records, too.
  11:35am jason:

thanks for all this New Carrollton info, a recent discovery for me via the Zermoon label. Anybody else have favorites from Zeromoon that we should request for the FMA?
  11:36am dc pat:

wow, I never officially left the church. I was going to apply for excommunication but didn't know you could just fill out a form...
  11:38am paul b:

No, the Porcupine Radio show was Mike Dougherty, Many people followed at that midnight slot: Kelly Riles from Velocity Girl and Black Tamborine (sometimes with Mike Schulman (Slumberland rec) I think I called my show "My Evil Twin."
  11:39am Carmichael:

Liz, I needn't tell you about the *provincial* pressure to buy all things Irish (like Barry's tea, for example). And yes, an open display of UK products would bring you a sound thumping.

And I seem to have wandered away from the Church in recent decades, so I have no need to shake my fist at them anymore, especially from here in California.
  11:39am TC:

Re: Zeromoon, the recent Bonnie Jones/Audrey Chen/Jeff Carey/Violet/Myo set is nice.
  11:41am BSI:

Paul: AH! egad, I somehow remember all that. I did a couple of shows on Carl's show (Penny's From Hell) circa '88 -- Also attended a legendary New Carrollton gig there. Mad times.
  11:42am BSI:

that is, "played" a couple of shows during Carl's slot, not "did" in the DJ sense.
  11:43am LizGig:

@dc pat: Apparently that's all you need to do. In some diocese the (arch)bishop will invite you to discuss your decision, but you don't have to go. Here they're simply sending out letters to people to say that they're sorry you're leaving and that they'll remove your name from the baptismal record. There's an upswing in this country because people who aren't Catholic (but are still counted as such) want themselves removed from the baptismal records because of the clerical sexual abuse scandal.
  11:47am dc pat:

nice LoKaPing piece here. What's the instrument?

LizGig: remove my name from the baptismal record? WAaaait a minute, not so fast....I wanna think about this....
  11:49am jason:

LoKaPing was played on a Chinese zither, the qin
  11:51am dc pat:

noice. Lunch time!
  11:51am Brendan:

LO KA PING --YEAHHHH!! My most obsessed about music of the last 10 years!
Thanks Jason!
  11:52am doug in dc:

Jason, you should get zeromoon to post the District of Noise compiliations to FMA.
  11:54am jason:

will do, thanks for the tip doug!
  11:54am Father Ted:

That would be an Ecumenical matter...
  11:54am BSI:

Both compilations are golden.
  11:55am Chris:

  11:57am Cecile:

Love ya'll. Have a great show, Todd. I'm outie.
  11:58am Father Jack:

Feck! Drink! Grrrrls!
  11:58am elia:

  12:03pm Chris:

Oh man, my fav song from the pebbles collection.
  12:09pm Chris:

hmmm...jason left the comments going.
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