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Options March 25, 2018: "feeling romantic feeling tropical feeling ill"

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Uku Kuut  I Ask U Now   Options   People's P         
Faust  Jennifer   Options            
The Seraphims  Consciousness of Happening   Options           0:08:48 (Pop‑up)
Syrinx  Journey Tree   Options           0:11:04 (Pop‑up)
Beverly Glenn-Copeland  Sunset Village   Options           0:17:20 (Pop‑up)
Metalworks  Parrot Soup   Options   KEDA Records        0:22:45 (Pop‑up)
Visible Cloaks  Terrazzo (Ft. Motion Graphics)   Options   RVNG Intl.        0:27:40 (Pop‑up)
Ear Trumpet  No Spill Over   Options           0:29:39 (Pop‑up)
Walter Verdin  Dreamin'   Options           0:32:10 (Pop‑up)
Rafael Irisarri  Empire Systems   Options           0:43:39 (Pop‑up)
Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe & Ariel Kalma  Strange Dreams   Options   RVNG Intl.    Vinyl    0:47:38 (Pop‑up)
The Flowerpot Men  UG   Options Cherrystones Presents Critical Mass (Splinters From The Worldwide New-Wave, Post-Punk And Industrial Underground 1978 - 1984)          0:58:05 (Pop‑up)
Torn Memory  Euthanasia   Options Untitled Cassette        "I live in a dream world"  1:02:33 (Pop‑up)
Alien Sex Fiend  Bun Ho   Options Another Planet          1:07:17 (Pop‑up)
Jung Analysts  Here's Lucifer   Options The Wishing Balloons          1:09:07 (Pop‑up)
Y Create  I Don't Want To Be   Options Alles Sal Reg Kom  Exart  1984  Cassette    1:21:36 (Pop‑up)
Normil Hawaiians  Yellow Rain   Options More Wealth Than Money          1:24:06 (Pop‑up)
Anton Ignorant  Banal   Options Rhythmetic (V/A)          1:30:03 (Pop‑up)
Cybe  Can You Hear the Rooster Crow   Options           1:34:10 (Pop‑up)
Yoran  Je Derve Avec Lair   Options           1:36:00 (Pop‑up)
Sky  Sing For Me   Options Sailor's Delight          1:39:32 (Pop‑up)
Delroy Edwards  Untitled 8   Options Teenage Tapes on the Death Rave          1:43:52 (Pop‑up)
Edgar Froese  The Light Cone   Options           1:48:22 (Pop‑up)
Gandalf  Hang On To a Dream   Options           1:54:00 (Pop‑up)
Sardine V  Stuck On You   Options     1983      1:56:54 (Pop‑up)
David Van Tieghem x Hiro Kone  Cooler Heads Prevail   Options           2:01:24 (Pop‑up)
Micachu  Feeling Romantic Feeling Tropical Feeling Ill   Options           2:04:36 (Pop‑up)
Bulbous Creation  End Of The Page   Options           2:06:37 (Pop‑up)
Ralph Gordon  Don't Play With My Heart   Options Inside Your Love          2:09:12 (Pop‑up)
Saâda Bonaire  Shut The Door   Options           2:14:44 (Pop‑up)
Nico Motte  Inaccessible Island   Options         to keep up with the dream theme...  2:20:20 (Pop‑up)
Storm Bugs  Solely From   Options           2:27:17 (Pop‑up)
Oneohtrix Point Never  Describing Bodies   Options           2:27:39 (Pop‑up)
Masahide Sakuma  A Demain   Options           2:31:10 (Pop‑up)
MarK Locket / Janet Sherbourne  All You Can Eat   Options Slower Than Molasses          2:37:26 (Pop‑up)
the Fallingstones  Don't Hang Me High   Options           2:43:53 (Pop‑up)
Los Plebeyos  Suave Y Sabroso   Options           2:45:26 (Pop‑up)
The Lijadu Sisters  Life's Gone Down Low   Options The World Ends: Afro Rock & Psychedelia In 1970s Nigeria          2:48:17 (Pop‑up)
Mkwaju Ensemble  Hot Air   Options           2:54:50 (Pop‑up)


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Avatar 3:03am Adamsworth:

this song is very good
Avatar 3:04am Adamsworth:

Jennifer by Faust is also very good
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:07am Guido from Cologne:

Good morning Zoe!
Avatar 3:07am Scraps (Scraps):

Faust Faust Faust Foost Faust
  3:13am yippie:

take me in to another dimension
Avatar 3:15am Scraps (Scraps):

when I was a teenager, long long ago, I was going to start a band called Syrynx, with a second y.
  3:15am Izzy:

Not often that I get to listen to WFMU in the wee hours, but it's always a treat! Thank you :-)
Avatar 3:16am Scraps (Scraps):

I could see the lettering done by Roger Dean
Avatar 3:18am Scraps (Scraps):

Of course, first I needed to learn an instrument, and second I needed friends
Avatar 3:23am Adamsworth:

I am reading this book of fantasy short stories by Steve Moore right now. He worshiped the moon goddess Selene. This music is very fitting.
Avatar 3:32am Adamsworth:

whoa this Walter Verdin track is incredible...
Avatar 3:32am Scraps (Scraps):

Parrot Soup!!
Avatar 3:33am Adamsworth:

or wait, Ear Trumpet I guess
Avatar 3:34am Adamsworth:

like a mellow The Fall?
  3:35am Shazm:

It reminded me a little of Alternative TV
Avatar 3:36am Undead83:

Cool vibes ^^
Avatar 3:36am Adamsworth:

yeah...
Avatar 3:39am Adamsworth:

I've taken some kava kava and passionflower tonight, it is quite nice.
  3:41am Shazm:

Ha, I went to a legal dispensary for the first time yesterday (in California) and am now quite pleasantly stoned.
Avatar 3:42am Undead83:

Sounds good Shazam xD
  3:42am Daniel:

Hi, I just found like 3 transcendent tracks from this broadcast, thanks Zoe
  3:43am Shazm:

xD
Avatar 3:43am DylanJames:

( ゚д゚)
Avatar 3:44am Adamsworth:

The book by Steve Moore is called Tales of Teleguuth, published by Strange Attractor Press. He really lays on the purple prose, and isn't afraid to get into the sleazy/cheesy zone at points. Strange Attracto just reissued his novel Somnium though, which I guess gets more into the Selene thing I guess. I just ordered it, haven't read it yet.
Avatar 3:45am Adamsworth:

eh, typos...I'm getting sleepy.
  3:46am Shazm:

Sounds awesome. Anyone who worships the moon goddess Selene is A-OK ;-)
  3:49am Shazm:

Never heard of Steve Moore before, but I'll definitely have to check him out. https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/tales-telguuth
Avatar 3:54am Adamsworth:

The Tales of Teleguuth book is not full of super deep wisdom or anything. But what I like about it is that it breaks so many of the current cultural norms of what Good writing should be. But I don't find it tedious, a lot of "genre" fiction can be.
Avatar 3:59am Undead83:

Takes me back to Bill Cooper's book, Behold a Pale Horse
  4:07am Pineapple Jazz:

Somnium by Steve Moore is very good. See also Voyage to Arcturus by David Lindsay and A Rebours by Husymans.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:08am tom from Glasgow:

mornin' Zoe
  4:09am Pineapple Jazz:

Also, THE great modern novel, Jerusalem by Alan Moore (no relation).
Avatar 4:10am Zoe B:

morning :: ) following this conversation...!
Avatar 4:10am Adamsworth:

Yeah, I loved Jerusalem by Alan Moore.
Avatar 4:12am Adamsworth:

Also, regarding great books by people I learned about from Alan Moore....Brian Catling's Vorrh Trilogy. Though the 3rd book doesn't come out til July I think. First 2 were incredible.
  4:14am Shazm:

Somnium made me think of Sensorium (that Clock DVA record) haha
Avatar 4:16am Adamsworth:

There is also a really good 7 hour musical piece by Robert Rich called Somnium...it's kind of meant to be listened to in a sleeping/hypnagogic state.
  4:17am Shazm:

That sounds amazing!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:18am fred:

Good morning Zoe and listeners
Avatar 4:19am greyscale:

"sensorium" (clock dva) made me think of "sensoria" (cabaret voltaire)....
  4:19am Shazm:

yes, perfect
  4:20am Pineapple Jazz:

Blind Owl, Sadegh Hedayat
Vathek, William Beckford
Ancient Evenings, Norman Mailer

I loved that show about a month ago, when Zoe played Earth, Dystopia, Burning Witch et al
  4:21am Pineapple Jazz:

Sounding good tonight too though - as always.
Avatar 4:24am Adamsworth:

oh yeah, now that I should really get to sleep, I am going to read another story from this collection by the Surrealist Leonora Carrington...they are very good before bed.
  4:26am Pineapple Jazz:

Didn't know she wrote
  4:27am Shazm:

Ha, that book of her short stories is on my list of books to read. Have fun!
  4:29am Pineapple Jazz:

Try On the Marionette Theatre by Heinrich von Kleist. Really short: http://www.southerncrossreview.org/9/kleist.htm
  4:30am Shazm:

Great, thanks!
Avatar 4:34am Scraps (Scraps):

Even better — or something — is =Episodes From Vathek=. Beckford’s normal extremely purple prose is turned up three notches. You can’t believe you’re reading this. I wish I had my copy to hand; I would just quote a paragraph.
  4:43am Shazm:

@Pineapple Jazz, Beautiful writing..."But just as a section drawn through two lines suddenly reappears on the other side after passing through infinity, or as the image in a concave mirror turns up again right in front of us after dwindling into the distance, so grace itself returns when knowledge has as it were gone through an infinity."
Avatar 4:46am Scraps (Scraps):

Oh, I’ve got it! Let’s see. How about this:

‘ " Wretched Barkiarokh," she said ; " thou hast nothing more to fear from the Wand of Remorse. Instead of profiting by its strokes, thou hast sought to evade them. Henceforward the rod that will beat upon thy heart is the rod of Despair, and thy heart, hardened as it is, will be broken and crushed throughout every moment of a frightful eternity.” ‘
  4:47am Shazm:

Hah great!
  4:49am Shazm:

Don't think i want to get anywhere near the Wand of Remorse.
  4:50am Shazm:

Thanks for the light Zoe :)
  4:54am miles:

whaaaaat? can I?do? stilll loving u ...it's all a dream ..how can we hang on to a dreeeaaam?
Avatar 4:55am Rev. Turnip Druid:

Who has carrot cake?
  5:01am Pineapple Jazz:

"Nothing good happened in the Boroughs anymore but once, down Grafton Street towards Crane Hill there lived a woman that Miss Starmer who had run the post office would speak of, who’d been standing on her step one morning when a passing stranger thrust a newborn child into her arms and ran away; was never seen again. The child was taken in and raised, brought up as though the woman’s own, and fought in World War One. “You can tell what a lovely family they were to bring him up”, Miss Starmer used to say, “but they were in the Boroughs. That’s the kind of families that we had in the Boroughs then.” And it was true. Even confronted by the stark reality of how the neighbourhood had ended up, as an environmental head-butt where the woman’s stunning act of altruism was today unthinkable, Mick knew that it was true. There’d been a different sort of people then that seemed another race, had different ways, a different language, and were now improbable as centaurs.”

Jerusalem, Alan Moore
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:03am fred:

@RTD: I don't, but my nephew make a mean one (he's training to be a cook, and it's become his best recipe). I'll put you guys in touch if you come back to Paris
Avatar 5:04am Scraps (Scraps):

Shazm, Pineapple Jazz, you can read an internet copy of =Episodes of Vathek= (with many typos) at:

archive.org...
Avatar 5:08am Rev. Turnip Druid:

@fred: deal! A carrot cake in Paris...!

also: first time digging this show: usually a weekday Moo-er. Very lovely stuff here. Spending some days in alien time-zones with no responsibilities for 8 days has scrambled mental calendar. But cheers Zoe. Digging.
  5:16am Cooh John:

Zowie, Zoe.
  5:23am debt collector:

Reminds me of the warriors soundtrack
  5:27am debtor:

Too interesting for my mind to process right now. good show.
  5:33am karolina:

I love your show, Zoe. listening to it in Poland :)
  5:34am Shazm:

Loved that Masahide Sakuma
Avatar 5:36am Liam in Denmark:

Killer show, Zoe.
Perfect Sunday morning.
  5:37am debt collector:

Always such a pleasure each week, zoe. Thank you. The 3-6 slot has some of fmus best shows
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:40am fred:

@debt collector: I agree. But I also understand how tough it is for DJs, so I hope Zoe will get a better slot, though I will miss this show a lot
  5:40am debt collector:

@debtor pleasure to meet you
  5:41am Pineapple Jazz:

Best show on the air. Dum Dum and Ghetto good too.
  5:49am yippie:

thanks for jamming me out into sensory deprivation mode again
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:50am tom from Glasgow:

this is what archives are for mates
Avatar 5:53am greyscale:

great post-marathon show, Zoe!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:53am tom from Glasgow:

thanks Zoe, this ruled
  5:54am Minnesota Fish:

I’m here and digging it!!!
  11:48pm fluxusreadymade:

Stop talking after every song.
You are addicted to hearing your own voice in your headphones.
  5:30pm Ronny Khalil:

This playlist opened up so many new portals of beautiful music in my reality. Thank ye so!!!
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