Options Brian Turner: Playlist from June 28, 2011 Options

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 June 28, 2011: w/ live set from ICE AGE

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New Approx. start time
Phurpa  Fundamental Mantra of Bon   Options Trowo Phurnag Ceremony  Edititions Mego    *   0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
John Wall / Alex Rodgers  Excerpt   Options Work 2006-2011  Entr'acte    *   0:14:09 (Pop‑up)
Kate Bush vs. Beavis and Butthead            0:07:29 (Pop‑up)
Pikacyu / Makoto  Birth Star   Options OM Sweet Home: We Are Shining Stars From Darkside  Riot Season  Pika is on Nat Roe's program late nite tonight 3-6am    0:10:16 (Pop‑up)
The 3D's  Meluzina Man   Options We Bury the Living  Flying Nun    *   0:19:12 (Pop‑up)
Dug Dugs  Dime Que Eres Tu?   Options Smog  Sony      0:22:35 (Pop‑up)
Bene Gesserit  Tevreden   Options Half-Unreleased Madness  Onderstroom      0:31:00 (Pop‑up)
Shabazz Palaces  Youology   Options Black Up  Sub Pop    *   0:34:01 (Pop‑up)
The Baby        here    0:38:30 (Pop‑up)
Alf of Hip Hop Slam  Rust   Options Vintage  Lab Insomnia/HHS    *   0:39:56 (Pop‑up)
Bill Morrison  Brain Tumour   Options Balloon Man  Shapreworld      0:41:24 (Pop‑up)
Kutiman  Loosing It   Options Various: Mediterranean Grooves and Raw Sounds  Audio Montage    *   0:42:49 (Pop‑up)
Reflection  No Sugar Tonight   Options Lebanon Community Theater        0:46:46 (Pop‑up)
Melvins  Gimme Pizza (Olson Twins cover)   Options         0:49:17 (Pop‑up)
Heresiarch  Obsecrating the Global Holocaust   Options         0:53:32 (Pop‑up)
Jaki Jakizawa  Eros In Neon   Options Can You Feel the Juices?  Milvia Son    *   1:19:05 (Pop‑up)
Ice Age  Live in the WFMU Studio   Options engineered by Ernie Indradat & Ruaraidh Sanachan    This Copenhagen quartet averaged age 17 when composing their debut LP "New Brigade" for Dais Records release stateside (now reissued on Whats Your Rupture) who describe the release as "uncontrived, pure – this record is a youthful assault of downer no-wave hardcore, wise beyond it’s years." Indeed, there's a fresh breath of air in this mix of Pink Flag/Wire-style compact energy and '81 downtown NYC guitar nods, but Ice Age's average 2-minute jams overflow with very original approach to youthful aggro-rock that has already won them a legion of fans awaiting this their first USA soujourn.More info at their blog.Setlist: Rotting Heights / You're Blessed / White Sails (Marching Church cover) / Never Return / Count Me In (Sexdrome cover) / New Brigade / White Rune. Download this session via the Free Music Archive!    1:03:48 (Pop‑up)
Sportsguitar  Gong Gong   Options 7"  Sub Pop      1:24:48 (Pop‑up)
Ivan Julian  The Waves   Options The Naked Flame  Fill In the Blank    *   1:27:25 (Pop‑up)
Art Yard  Something In Your Eyes   Options 7"  Ride the Snake    *   1:30:40 (Pop‑up)
UV Race  Homo   Options Homo  In the Red    *   1:33:08 (Pop‑up)
Dirty Beaches  A Hundred Highways   Options Badlands  Zoo Music    *   1:39:07 (Pop‑up)
Sutekh Hexen  Bled Thy Likeness   Options Ordo Adversarial  Wands    *   1:51:25 (Pop‑up)
Ewald / Lies / Vinzenz  Excerpt   Options R'd-Up Preths  Karl Schmidt Verlag    *   1:54:33 (Pop‑up)
AMK  Flexis they threw at the audience at the Ende Tymes festival this weekend   Options         2:03:56 (Pop‑up)
Morton Subotnik  The Key To Songs   Options 1986 tape i stole from Fabio's car        1:58:44 (Pop‑up)
Prurient  There Are Still Secrets   Options Bermuda Drain  Hydra Head    *   2:01:35 (Pop‑up)
Human Flesh  Louie Louie, Un Au-Revoir   Options Second Hand Emotions and Half Forgotten Feelings  Onderstroom    *   2:05:27 (Pop‑up)
Lonely Kid Quentin  Track 10   Options Le Charme Discret de Lonely Kid Quentin  No Label    *   2:09:34 (Pop‑up)
Der Blutharsch / Aluk Todolo  A2   Options Collaboration  No Label    *   2:16:32 (Pop‑up)
Danava  The Illusion Crawls   Options Split 12" w/Earthless, Lecherous Gaze  Kemado    *   2:24:47 (Pop‑up)
Black Sabbath  Paranoid (alternate lyrics)   Options Alternate Version 69-71  No Label      2:29:35 (Pop‑up)
Fuceo Con Oaoub Y Sus Rumberos  Maria de la O/La Bien Paga   Options Various: La Habana era una Fiesta  Vampisoul    *   2:33:04 (Pop‑up)
Alvaro  Mariposa   Options Repetition Kills  Squeaky Shoes      2:35:34 (Pop‑up)
Pet Bottle Ningen  Cherry Blossom Scandal 34   Options Pet Bottle Ningen  Tzadik    *   2:46:25 (Pop‑up)
Group Doueh  Excerpt   Options Live broadcast back on the show in June 09 from Paris    archived here. They play Central Park Summerstage this Sunday    2:51:23 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  3:06pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

hey big guy
  3:06pm Cheri Pi:

Let's get it on.
  3:06pm Loren:

Hello Brain, DCE...
  3:07pm Tom G:

Hola BT
  3:07pm Richard from Venezuela:

Good afternoon Brian and all the listeners.
  3:08pm Handsome Harry:

Instinct told me Stephen O'Malley had to somehow have a hand in this. Sure enough.
  3:08pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

I bet you get called Brain a lot...
  3:09pm Loren:

I'm beginning to feel like I'm at a house show... why I am so excited?
  3:10pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

I'm eating a dark-chocolate crucifix in honor of your show
  3:10pm Matt from Springfield:

Stop talking about Kate like that Beavis and Butthead!!!

Afternoon everyone!
  3:11pm northguineahills:

I'm not sure why I like this Beavis & Butthead.... :)
  3:12pm JT:

How's it going, fartknockers?!?
  3:12pm Snacks:

"Bush..." uh-huh-uh-huh
  3:12pm bill:

Thanks for the larf, Brain
  3:13pm Tom G:

Brain Burner
  3:13pm BT:

Afternoon people. ICE AGE coming up at 4pm!
  3:18pm don:

pikachu.... i choose YOU
  3:20pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

they are a fantastic combo
  3:21pm Max:

Was that spoken word John Wall or on the Phurpa track?
  3:23pm BT:

John wall.
  3:24pm Matt from Springfield:

Flying Nun--always goes down well.
  3:25pm Max:

Awesome mix. Thanks!
  3:26pm okcitay:

totally killin' it today.
  3:26pm J J:

Hell yeah, Dug Dug's.
  3:32pm bill:

Barin, dry as a bone. He don't give a shit who gets what.
  3:34pm jljl:

Did anyone see Iceage yet? Have to say they've got a ways to go, esp. when Jeff the Bro and F'ed up are on the same bill.
  3:37pm Carmichael:

Back at work and back at it. Hi BT and every single solitary one of you.
  3:38pm Lorange:

Hola Carmichael
  3:39pm Carmichael:

Howdy Lorange, or is that L'Orange?
  3:39pm Cheri Pi:

I'm seeing Ice age in August, hopefully the jet lag will have worn off by then, I'm in a state of HIGH anticipation until then.
  3:40pm kwhitehead:

jljl: They're 17! At least there out there trying.
  3:40pm Matt from Springfield:

Right back at cha, Carmichael!
(On behalf of the rest of every single solitary listener)
  3:41pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

(I'm the single solitary listener...well, I'm married, but...)
  3:41pm Carmichael:

I meant to ask you Matt, is that Springield, MO? If so, I know a guy who lives there. Do you know a Mike?
  3:42pm Baby:

Blah blah blah. It was no big deal really.
  3:42pm The Ladies:

.... but you have an "understanding". Sorry, heard that one already.
  3:43pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

a guy can try,
  3:43pm Matt from Springfield:

Wow, that was a punchline at the end!
Especially as I just termed that genre "what??-sploitation"!
  3:44pm Carmichael:

Alf! Dude, how you been since Billy's been idle?
  3:44pm Matt from Springfield:

@Carmichael: Springfield, VA actually.
  3:45pm Matt from Springfield:

@BT: With the earlier comment about "Brain" spelling, have you ever thought of forming a band called "Brian Tumour"?
  3:45pm Hubba:

Have we upset you?
  3:45pm Carmichael:

Got it. Damn, there's a lot of Springfields.
  3:47pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

"one in every state"!
  3:48pm bill:

Great Brian Tumour cut!
  3:48pm jljl:

Hi KWhitehead, I know they're young but I feel like they should have done some smaller shows before getting on that bigger bill. A guy from Copenhagen I know said he was embarrassed by his countrymen (and both of us thought the record was decent).
  3:49pm Hubba:

I wanna dip my balls in it!
  3:52pm Hubba:

anyone get to see fEEDTIME in the bay area?
  3:52pm Cheri Pi:

Anyone touring abroad has got to find their footing and I'm sure the learning curve is huge for them at their tender age. Although it won't help their cause headlining for the Men.
  3:53pm BT:

Heard Feedtime killed it at the S-S thing....
  3:53pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

I would think playing after the Men would be a real terror
  3:54pm Matt from Springfield:

YES!! Live covers of Internet memes! A new dawn has arrived!
  3:54pm Hubba:

Do you know if Soriano is reissuing some of theri stuff?
  3:54pm Mr Know it All:

Hey folks, Melvins June 6/7 Wmsburg shows are free to download at NYCTaper
  3:55pm Hubba:

Found cooper-s on cassette over the weekend... enjoyed the "loudmouth" cover...
  3:56pm Carmichael:

God, close your eyes and you'll swear it's the Olsens!!
  3:57pm BSI:

@Carmichael: I tend to close my eyes whenever I encounter the Olsens. Or God, for that matter.
  3:59pm newsjoe:

Great show, Brian! Do you know if there's any place to score that Reflection track or album?
  4:08pm BT:

Hey Joe -- just got some MP3s unfortunately, love to have it meself...
  4:09pm Hubba:

Our band could be your life has been on repeat all week long... what is in the water?
  4:10pm Nick Sakes:

Ice Age singer has a little Paul Weller to him a bit.
  4:12pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

sounds great to me--no complaints!
  4:12pm jaycjay:

Damn it... Internet connection went down completely for an hour, now I'm back but can't get sound from any of the streams!
  4:14pm jljl:

what can I say, music is fine but don't like his vocals at all.
  4:17pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

I usually don't like the "hardcore" vocal style or whatever but this guy does not bother me in the least
  4:18pm Carmichael:

Hey BT, if there's a way to hang a picture or two of the performance, it would be great to see what we're hearing.
  4:22pm Hubba:

at times this reminds of this group called The Popesmashers... thes guys are playing at the Elbo Room in SF July 25th...
  4:27pm Matt from Springfield:

Thanks Ice Age!
  4:41pm Hubba:

Nice extended romp here...
  4:42pm pierre:

Bonsoir Brian !
i just love UV race. Thanks for a great show.
  4:43pm Rodney:

Les Rallizes Denudes cover?
  4:44pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

  4:44pm Matt from Springfield:

Bonsoir Pierre!
That was the first time I heard UV Race; and so I just found out that: "The UV Race is a fantastic group of mongoloids from Melbourne, Australia that play memorable punk music"!
  4:45pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

UV Race is quite charming live as well, if you like chubby guys in their skivvies having beer poured all over them.
  4:48pm Matt from Springfield:

Very observant of you Rodney and DCE!
  4:51pm Chris from DC:

Philly on Saturday.
  4:52pm Matt from Springfield:

"WFMU: Your resource center for Sahrawi rock."
  4:55pm pierre:

i like "chubby guys in their skivvies having beer poured all over them".
  4:55pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

ah, then, Pierre, head to Melbourne!!
  4:55pm hamburger / london:

holy shit
  4:57pm Agostinho:

  4:58pm pierre:

Yeah Australia is a country i'd like to go to.

@hamburger / london : i agree with you.

my computer deserve that, he seems slow these days. If only music could boost slow computer…
  4:58pm Tom G:

That Doueh tour has to be the most zigzag tour I've ever seen: NC to MN to Cleveland to Chicago to Montreal to Vancouver ...
  5:01pm Street Savvy Cabbie:

Australia is top of my to-travel list! It's like Canada, but w/ good weather and much weirder.
  5:05pm lordgrenville:

  5:05pm Matt from Springfield:

Excellent track Brian! You should steal more media from Fabio's car!
  5:06pm hamburger / london:

You should just steal Fabio's car! :D
  5:08pm pierre:

i never heard something like that before, a bit like if Jean-Michel Jarre had his foot stuck under a pile driver
  5:17pm hamburger / london:

never heard of Jean-Michel Jarre - tho I've never heard of 95% of the music played on this god damned hippy station :) - tho I just read some of his wiki, seems like kind of a big deal??
  5:19pm pierre:

he's form Saintonge (Lonely Kid Quentin) more about him :
  5:20pm pierre:

@ hamburger/london : He is the biggest deal there is. There is only few bigger deals.
  5:23pm Rodney:

Der Blutharsch & Aluk Todolo? That is a scary pairing. I need to get this.
  5:23pm BSI:

goddamn, this tune!
  5:28pm lordgrenville:

sucio lives on BT's SHOW!
  5:29pm lordgrenville:

keep thinking of that Argentine dude's tune (70s)

ummm..... Muy Sucio and desp...something...fuck...can't spell in spanish either
  5:34pm Matt from Springfield:

Oh wow, an alternate "Paranoid" from Sabbath themselves! I thought at first this was some guy singing his own lyrics to the tune.
  5:36pm jaycjay:

That "Paranoid" would have been better with the vocals buried in the mix where they belong!
  5:49pm Carmichael:

Never heard of Jean-Michel Jarre?? <brain fuming, trying to compute> Go listen, young Jedi, and learn the ways of the ambient beings ...
  5:53pm BSI:

@Carmichael: HA! choke, splutter...
  5:55pm BSI:

J-MJ was like training wheels for me, together with folks like Neuronium, mid-period Klaus Schulze, & suchlike. Once I got past that, the universe opened up like an obscene flower filled with such delightful toxins...
  5:55pm Hubba:

Group Doueh vs. TSA... They play SF on the 1st...
  5:57pm Matt from Springfield:

Great mix today Brian! I think I always love this show because it's invigorating, lifts my spirits!

Have a good night everyone!
  5:57pm BT:

Thanks Matt, thanks everyone for listening...
  6:00pm Carmichael:

No, thank YOU!
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