"It's Morrissey's birthday," I think I said; "I have to do something." Not that he will notice or anything, but this lapsed Catholic is still big on observances. I did not seek out this opportunity; this is not a regularly scheduled "alpha" program but some bonus airtime that fell into my lap. I can think of nothing more diametrically opposed to "Conference of the Birds" than a shoddy-sounding indie rock bootleg, but to quote another Manchester icon "life just bounces."
This show happened a week after an aborted late-night Friday program, one on which I was going to "observe" the birthday of Andrew Eldritch, someone else whose records I listened to quite a bit 30 years ago. Guilt is the other thing I'm still really into, but again I'm guessing he won't have noticed either that it was going to happen or that it didn't. "Friend of Bombast" Jeremy got me hooked on SoM records and they were a powerful addiction for a while. I think "Body Electric" was my favorite--"too much contact and no more feeling." Yep. Has Morrissey ever written a line equal to that? [Okay, okay, dozens.] [Shut up.]
Another thing, in response to a question that no one asked, is that I remember going to see The Smiths in concert with a half-dozen of my closest friends, and that Sisters of Mercy were the soundtrack to my sitting alone in a darkened dorm room as friendships fell away. Whose music is "miserablist?" Maybe that's not fair, but it is what it is. I've written about The Smiths before--they were terrific, I will not argue it, and if you don't like my tapes or my rites, you can move along, there's another program coming soon.
BOMBAST playlist, 2015 May 22, 2100-2300:
- "The Only Son" | Nightingales | Mind Over Matter | Louder than War
- "Intrigue in Tangiers" | The Chameleons | John Peel Sessions | Blue Apple
- "Stereotypes" / "Stereotypes Part 2" | The Specials | More Specials | Chrysalis | "Listening Parlour"
- "No One Is Looking at U" | Nicolas Jaar | Nymphs II | Other People
- "Oh" | Ste Spandex | LBL002 | LBL
- "I Am Made To Greet Each Guest with a Limp-Wristed Handshake" | Exploring Jezebel | On a Business Trip to London | Blackest Ever Black
- "Nightbird" | The Fabulous Three | The Best of the Fabulous Three | Truth & Soul
- "Yes" | WhoMadeWho | Ember EP | Get Physical
- "Wait for Me" | Fontarrian | VLV | Antime
- "Backroom" | Earl Zinger & Don Rogall | In the Backroom | Stag-O-Lee
- "Ramshackle" | Blind Idiot God | Before Ever After | Indivisible
- "Still Ill (live in Oxford, 18 March 1985)" | The Smiths | bootleg cassette | not on label | "Physical Evidence"
- "Object 10" | The Notwist | Messier Objects | Alien Transistor
- "Clear Chanel" | Heatsick | Re-Engineering | PAN
- "Soledad" | Jah Wobble's Invaders Of The Heart | Redux - Anthology 1978-2015 | 30 Hertz - Cherry Red
- "Camphor" | Future 3 | With & Without | Morr
- "The Process - 1983 Demo" | Section 25 | From the Hip [30th anniversary edition] | Factory Benelux
- "Halma" | Dave DK | Val Maira | Kompakt
- "All This And More" | The Wedding Present | George Best [reissue] | Edsel
- "Hide Away" | The Sentinals | Big Surf! | Rumble
- "Miserable Lie (live in Oxford, 18 March 1985)" | The Smiths | bootleg cassette | not on label | "Physical Evidence"
- "Better Lies" | Family Fodder | Schizophrenia Party (The Director's Cut) | Staubgold
- "Sonne" | Rival Consoles | Odyssey / Sonne | Erased Tapes
- "Paedophile" | Thee Headcoats | The Good Times Are Killing Me | M'Lady's
- "Barbarism Begins at Home" / "You've Got Everything Now (live in Oxford, 18 March 1985)" | The Smiths | bootleg cassette | not on label | "Physical Evidence"
next time: long-lost tapes are big these days. Enjoy the music! --kid catharsis
Hurtling toward summer, our good run of form continues. The Primevals provided the "Physical Evidence" on this night--some good rocking tunes, although perhaps not the most, uh, enlightened things we have ever broadcast! (That's called truth in advertising--Ed.) At any rate, it is good to affirm every now and then that I can beat iTunes to the punch, so I got this one in just under the wire. It was nice to have two "Listening Parlour" visits, like the olden days. Lady Catharsis feels it's too much to come up with two songs per week to play. Cry me a river.
I was particularly comment-y on this evening, and again New Order turned out to be the target--purely accidental, although they are like an ex-girlfriend or something, if ex-girlfriends mattered as much as records. I haven't been able to enjoy "Ceremony" properly since that Absolut commercial, though, and it has nothing to do with moralizing. I don't care how much money people have, for the most part, or where they get it, as long as they're not stealing from me, and it's not even New Order performing the song in that ad--I just don't like thinking of cars (I'm looking at you, Pixies), booze, weed killer, tampons, whatever, when I hear one of my favorite songs. Adorno said something along those lines about Fantasia, so go yell at him if you disagree, he started it & he's more relevant than I am.
BOMBAST playlist, 2015 May 19, 2100-2300:
- "Iron Sharpening Iron" | Culture | Harder than the Rest | High Note
- "Side A" | Natural Magic | Natural Magic | Boomarm Nation
- "Three Songs" | Lakker | Tundra | R & S
- "Spiritual" | The Primevals | The Peel Sessions | Strange Fruit | "Physical Evidence"
- "Liquid Sky" | Les Big Byrd | Liquid Sky EP | Hoga Nord
- "Planet Monster" | Andrew Liles | First Monster Last Monster Always Monster | Dirter
- "See That Skin" | The Primevals | The Peel Sessions | Strange Fruit | "Physical Evidence"
- "Devil In My Car" | The B-52's | Wild Planet | Warner Bros. | "Listening Parlour"
- "Always Coming Home" | Strategy | Seeds of Paradise | Idle Hands
- "The Three Sides of Audrey and Why She's All Alone Now" | Nicolas Jaar | Nymphs II | Other People
- "Cloud 149" | Pere Ubu | Elitism for the People 1975-1978 | Fire
- "Saint Jack" | The Primevals | The Peel Sessions | Strange Fruit | "Physical Evidence"
- "Gyal Circuit (Gulls meets SKRS inna BORDERCLASH VERSION)" | SEEKERSINTERNATIONAL | Gyal Circuit | Boomarm Nation
- "FUB" | Blind Idiot God | Before Ever After | Indivisible
- "Mona Lisa" | The Lucid Dream | The Lucid Dream | Holy Are You
- "Lover" | Chrisma | Hibernation | Spittle
- "Dish of Fish" | The Primevals | The Peel Sessions | Strange Fruit | "Physical Evidence"
- "Birds" | WhoMadeWho | Ember EP | Get Physical
- "Blockheads" | Ian Dury | New Boots and Panties!! | Demon
- "Condor" | Turzi | C | Record Makers
- "We're Going to Live for a Very Long Time" | Heaven 17 | Penthouse and Pavement | Virgin | "Listening Parlour"
next time: what do we get for our trouble and pain? Enjoy the music! --kid catharsis
Halcyon here. The last time out, I was in quite a mood. This show brings nothing but [hic] happy memories.
We are currently experiencing fall-like weather, perfect for flying, but alas I do not have the time. I thought I would post this to remind you that I still exist. I do.
Kid Catharsis, who graciously allows me to post here, informs me that Heidi Berry is a "legend" of some sort. I don't doubt it! Nice tune.
I see from the playlist that I was more or less living in the past on this outing. That's fine; I don't have the same problems with that as others do.
Cruising Altitude playlist, 2014 September 27, 1400-1500:
- "On The Wrong Side of Relaxation" | Barry Adamson | Moss Side Story | Mute - Restless
- "Below The Waves" | Heidi Berry | Below The Waves | Creation
- "Exotica" | Throbbing Gristle | 20 Jazz Funk Greats | Industrial - Mute
- "Ananda" | Durutti Column | Chronicle XL [2011 pre-release] | Kooky
- "Lacuna" | Swallow | Blow | 4AD
- "Probate" | Biting Tongues | Trouble Hand | Factory
- "Mas" | Labradford | A Stable Reference | kranky
- "Billy Bee Song" | Unknown Artist | Potatoes | Ralph
- "Les Professionels" | Air | Premiers Symptomes | Virgin
- "Sargasso Sea" | C.V.O. | Natures Mortes - Still Lives | 4AD
- "Deep, Transcendent Waves of Golden Light" | Naked Island | Naked Island | Peak Oil
- "Western Test Range (Vandenberg)" | Kora et le Mechanix | Irritating Music for Discerning Snobs Desperate to Impress Their Jaded Friends | Soleilmoon
- "Roseland" | Rocketnumbernine and Four Tet | Roseland / Metropolis | Text
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Like a fine ratatouille, this program made for better listening the next day. Except for Lady Catharsis' unfortunate absence, which made Billy Squier's inclusion in the program really weird, this is a mixtape with few flaws--host and selection notwithstanding. (I find I am doing well with this "demanding better from myself" business.)
On that subject--did I really say "we're mostly current tonight," or something like that, and then proceed to play the following sequence--Joy Division / Oyster Band / Billy Squier / Ian Dury / Section 25 / Headcoats? Yes, yes I did. Would you be willing to consider reissues as a mitigating factor? Do you believe, as I think I do, that if something never becomes "spectacle" it is as if it never happened, and is therefore new? That's what I managed to glean from Greil Marcus, anyway, although my scholarship is, as always, "cause for concern." [Guy, if you're paying attention, I could use your help.]
I did suffer a temporary bout of wishing-away-the-present in music. I hated the 90s, most everything about it: alternative as a genre; lumberjack singing; rave; the end of Factory and Rough Trade; the drawn-out death spiral of 4AD; the pretense of lo-fi; cuddlecore. If it weren't for turntablism, jungle, and Stereolab, I might have gone full-bore jazz/classical. Only recently have I begun to piece together the good bits from that time, thinking that it couldn't have been as bad as it felt back then. (It was close).
BOMBAST playlist, 2015 May 12, 2100-2300:
- "Love Vigilantes" | New Order | Low-life | Qwest
- "Waterfalls" | Andrea Balency | Volcano | Bataille
- "Virtual America" | Strategy | Seeds of Paradise | Idle Hands
- "Colony - High Wycombe Town Hall Live 13 July 1979" | Joy Division | Still - Collector's Edition | London
- "Love Vigilantes" | Oyster Band | Love Vigilantes | Cooking Vinyl | "Physical Evidence"
- "Everybody Wants You" | Billy Squier | Everybody Wants You | Capitol | "Listening Parlour"
- "Blackmail Man" | Ian Dury | New Boots and Panties!! | Demon
- "Dirty Disco" | Section 25 | Always Now | Factory Benelux
- "Double Face" | Thee Headcoats | The Good Times Are Killing Me | M'Lady's
- "Nueva Cancion" | Dave DK | Val Maira | Kompakt
- "Between the Wars (Live)" | Oyster Band | Love Vigilantes | Cooking Vinyl | "Physical Evidence"
- "This Is Not Me" | A Projection | Exit | Tapete
- "Kicks" | Aerosol | Leave | n5MD
- "Jingle N. 1" | Piero Umiliani | Tra scienza e fantascienza | We Release Whatever The Fuck We Want
- "Rebecca" | Rival Consoles | Odyssey / Sonne | Erased Tapes
- "Bowline" | Snow Ghosts | A Wrecking | Houndstooth
- "Get Me" | John Tejada | Dramamine | Palette
- "Under the Weight" | Blind Idiot God | Before Ever After | Indivisible
- "Polish Plain" | Oyster Band | Love Vigilantes | Cooking Vinyl | "Physical Evidence"
- "Love $$$" | Helium | Pirate Prude | Matador
- "Jack the Damned" | Exploring Jezebel | On a Business Trip to London | Blackest Ever Black
- "I Fought the Law (Live)" | Oyster Band | Love Vigilantes | Cooking Vinyl | "Physical Evidence"
- "Coq" | Turzi | C | Record Makers
- "Christine" | The House of Love | Live At the Lexington | Cherry Red
- "Fernandez" | Moscoman | The Orange Collection | Eskimo
- "Lies (Ancient Methods Edit)" | Bourbonese Qualk | Lies (Ancient Methods Edit + Remix) | Mannequin
- "First World Citizen" | Gang of Four | What Happens Next | Metropolis
- "Two Birds" | Kolsch | Speicher 84 | Kompakt
- "The Means" | Wetdog | Divine Times | Upset the Rhythm
next time: mean time. Enjoy the music! --kid catharsis
Often enough, people want to occupy the airwaves without occupying the station. Not being able to do the show on a given week, a host will wonder if a previous episode will suffice. Usually the answer is "no." Here's a rationale, lest anyone think I'm just "squashing everyone's good ideas" in accordance with my role as one of the "three white guys" who "run the station": because we need live humans at the station as often as possible, and why not commandeer the booth if the airtime isn't claimed; because previously aired episodes don't reward those "repeat listeners" we all like to think we have; because new djs need to get learned; because letting djs appear at different times of day, to different crowds, helps publicize existing programs. One glance at my facebook page will let you take in the evidence that I am on the path to world domination, by following this latter plan.
At any rate Joe of Joe Show fame was out on this Thursday evening--how nice it must be to have people wanting to celebrate your birthday!--so I couldn't pass up a prime-time opportunity. Did I do anything remotely resembling Joe's show? Apparently not--no themes, no dance parties, no musing (no one cares what I think, at least that is a deeply held belief). A cassette, for god's sake, as the "Physical Evidence"--thank goodness fusion music is better than fusion cuisine. And lest anyone confuse our programs, a 24-minute Croix de Bombast at the end of it all. "You are really separating the wheat from the chaff," General Manager Felix tells me as he settles in to do his program. All the time, son, all the damn time.
BOMBAST playlist, 2015 May 7, 1900-2100:
- "Love Your Hair - Hope You Win!" | Shit and Shine | 54 Synth-Brass, 38 Metal Guitar, 65 Cathedral | Rocket
- "New Horizon" | Section 25 | Always Now | Factory Benelux
- "Force and Fire" | Anne Dudley & Jaz Coleman | Songs From the Victorious City | China - TVT | "Physical Evidence"
- "Long Range Cruise" | Lars Leonhard | Solar Flares | self-released
- "Next-Door Beauty" | Mia Omorfi Gitonopoula Polyxeni and Kalliopi Litou | Five Days Married & Other Laments: Song and Dance from Northern Greece (1928-1958) | Angry Mom | "Listening Parlour"
- "Immer Gut" | Dave DK | Val Maira | Kompakt
- "Hannah" | Anne Dudley & Jaz Coleman | Songs From the Victorious City | China - TVT | "Physical Evidence"
- "Born Bad" | The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion | Freedom Tower - No Wave Dance Party 2015 | Mom + Pop
- "Standing" | good guy mikesh | Year of the Horse | Riotvan
- "Habebe" | Anne Dudley & Jaz Coleman | Songs From the Victorious City | China - TVT | "Physical Evidence"
- "Octopus" | Wire | Wire | pinkflag
- "Antiquity" | Blind Idiot God | Before Ever After | Indivisible
- "In a Timeless Place" | Anne Dudley & Jaz Coleman | Songs From the Victorious City | China - TVT | "Physical Evidence"
- "So Tender" | Magic Island | Wasted Dawn | Mansions and Millions
- "Like a Daydream" | Ride | OX4 | Sire
- "A Survivor's Tale" | Anne Dudley & Jaz Coleman | Songs From the Victorious City | China - TVT | "Physical Evidence"
- "Honne" | Feonix | Feonix (LP Sampler) | Uprise
- "Virus B-23 (Cities of the Red Night)" | William S. Burroughs | William S. Burroughs - In Dub (Selected by Dub Spencer & Trance Hill) | Echo Beach
- "MARCHROMT30a Edit 2b 96" | Aphex Twin | MARCHROMT30a Edit 2b 96 | Warp
- "Black and Gold" | Hey Colossus | In Black & Gold | Rocket
- "Tokyo Knots" | Oren Ambarchi | Live Knots | PAN
next time: in all honesty, "oh I flew threw the sky" is a phrase worthy of a toddler. Enjoy the music! --kid catharsis
Guy LeBatard here, turning in a circle in the night to be consumed by the internet. It's May, which can only mean that I am fattening myself on a diet of whiskey and Cheez-its and stupefying myself watching the ice hockey playoffs. My team is no more, so my only interest is in making sure Les Habitants lose (though I do love Ginette Reno).
Here is a program from a leaner autumnal time. Did I see that Kid Catharsis had some thoughts on memory? As usual he's an egg short of a croque madame. Dead time: who needs it? The past is a terrible thing to hoard. This particular detour was outstanding, if you are the sort who needs others to entertain you, and I don't need to recall a thing about it to assert that.
U_D_M playlist, 2014 September 26, 1900-2000:
- "Isla" | Panthera Krause | Laika | Riotvan
- "Damdamm" | Basti Grub | Asante Sana | Desolat
- "Control" | Mumbai Science | Deja Vu | Lektrolov
- "All The Lights" | Throwing Snow | Mosaic | Houndstooth
- "Midnight Blue (instrumental)" | Mr. Flash | Midnight Blue | Ed Banger - Because
- "Submarine" | Benotmane | Somewhere | fenou
- "Serenity in a Forbidden Place (Fudge Fingas Remix)" | Esa | Serenity in a Forbidden Place | Burek
- "I Hold From You" | Anton Pieete | Loner | Rejected
- "Unified Movement" | Reference | Isolated Rhythm | 200
vivant avec plaisir.
The first Bombastic hours of May were near-perfect, and here is the evidence. Execution trumped segues on this night, although there were a couple of nice moments. I'm finding Medway nights difficult in this regard; I am sure that somewhere in these archives I have wondered "aloud" whether that was a sign of greatness. I begin to doubt that it is, but Childish & co. do not need me to certify them.
As a seeming influx of djs, coupled with my increasing reluctance to do late nights, diminishes the frequency of my transmissions I have time to reflect on things. This week I turn to my own schtick. Last time out I said that I impress myself; despite that being a change of pace and a much-needed affirmation, I will point out some areas where I make myself tired. (a) Not Remembering, e.g. the innumerable "something must have gone wrong, but I don't recall what it was" / "this program was so long ago the details are lost on me" excuses. It's not cute. No one cares. (b) Honoring Mistakes As a Sign of Liveness: ugh, you're not John Peel, son, tighten up your game. (c) Threatening to Quit Over Some Radio Drama. "Don't you ever quit," a wise person told me very early in this adventure, and she was right. If I quit, the cocks win. They might do so anyway, but they'll have to kill me.
Here's hoping we see no more of that.
BOMBAST playlist, 2015 May 5, 2100-2300:
- "The Evening's Young" | Yello | 1980 - 1985 The New Mix In One Go | Vertigo
- "Excerpts (The Cat Inside)" | William S. Burroughs | William S. Burroughs - In Dub (Selected by Dub Spencer & Trance Hill) | Echo Beach
- "We Mix At Six" | Dave DK | Val Maira | Kompakt
- "Walk of the Lost" | Thee Headcoats | The Good Times Are Killing Me | Vinyl Japan | "Physical Evidence"
- "Years in Repair" | Ssleeping Desiress | Ssleeping Desiress | Onderstroom
- "LAX - Rough Mix" | Outros | not on album | self-released
- "Teardrops" | Noze | Come With Us | Circus Company
- "House on the Water" | Thee Headcoats | The Good Times Are Killing Me | Vinyl Japan | "Physical Evidence"
- "Maid of the Mist" | Noahlewis' Mahlon Taits | Gift from Noahlewis' Mahlon Taits | EM
- "Ain't No Sunshine" | Wovenhand | Wovenhand | Bang!
- "A Life With Clarinet" | Gonno | Obscurant | International Feel
- "70" | Causa | LBL002 | LBL
- "Picket Fence" | Thee Headcoats | The Good Times Are Killing Me | Vinyl Japan | "Physical Evidence"
- "IV" | Hecq | Mare Nostrum | Hymen
- "Ain't No Sunshine" | Horace Andy | Ain't No Sunshine: The Best of Horace Andy | Clocktower
- "I Wasn't Made for This World" | Thee Headcoats | The Good Times Are Killing Me | Vinyl Japan | "Physical Evidence"
- "Camera" | A Projection | Exit | Tapete
- "Arp Choir" | Luna Semara | The Pink Room EP | Herzblut
- "Strychnine" | Thee Headcoats | The Good Times Are Killing Me | Vinyl Japan | "Physical Evidence"
- "Bush Society" | Mark Barrott | Bush Society | International Feel
- "Man Next Door" | The Slits | Sherwood at the Controls Volume 1 1979-1984 | On-U Sound
- "Isobelle" | H. Hawkline | In the Pink of Condition | Heavenly
- "She'll Keep You on Standby" | Thee Headcoats | The Good Times Are Killing Me | Vinyl Japan | "Physical Evidence"
- "Do It Clean (Live)" | Echo and the Bunnymen | Echo and the Bunnymen EP | Sire
next time: I guess it is my destiny to mar Section 25 songs. Enjoy the music! --kid catharsis
We begin our third century with an "only slightly imperfect" episode. I've been on a good run lately. The real downer on this night was that our planned "Physical Evidence" release finally managed to surface on iTunes, about 15 years after the fact. I believe that's twice Tim Cook has defeated me now; he's making a game of it. Still, Lady Catharsis contributes the track "Christianity Is Stupid," sure to irritate friends and family alike.
Confession: my favorite place to listen to these mixtapes after the fact is the treadmill. They are surprisingly good for the purpose. If I cannot impress anyone else with this program, I will at least impress myself. This is my affirmation for the day. I need these things--I've been considering taking a break lately, having just seen two other programs do just that and seeing their hosts seemingly dropping substantial spiritual weight.
There are two more programs recorded and in the pipeline. That's as much as I can promise. I could always get run over by a bus, you know.
BOMBAST playlist, 2015 April 28, 2100-2300:
- "Destroy the Heart" | The House of Love | Live At the Lexington | Cherry Red
- "Hungry, So Angry" | Medium Medium | Sherwood at the Controls Volume 1 1979-1984 | On-U Sound
- "The Narcotic Comforts of the Status Quo" | Kinski | Sandrider + Kinski | Good to Die
- "Shadow of a Doubt" | Sonic Youth | EVOL | DGC
- "Back in Town" | H. Hawkline | In the Pink of Condition | Heavenly
- "C.P" | Section 25 | Always Now | Factory Benelux
- "Torn Calendar" | The Wake | Here Comes Everybody | Factory Benelux
- "Miss Teardrop" | Felix Laband | Dark Days Exit | Compost
- "Betty vs. the NYPD" | The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion | Freedom Tower - No Wave Dance Party 2015 | Mom + Pop
- "Look Up in the Sky (Negro Nature)" | Francis the Great | Ravissante Baby (Negro Phasing) | Hot Casa
- "White Sands Pt 1" | The Fabulous Three | The Best of the Fabulous Three | Truth & Soul
- "Black Harmony Killer" | Jah Stitch | If Deejay Was Your Trade | Blood and Fire
- "Better than Be4" | Magic Island | Wasted Dawn | Mansions and Millions
- "Please Fall" | Andrea Balency | Volcano | Bataille
- "Neat Neat Neat" | The Damned | Up Yours! (Punk's Not Dead) | Mojo Magazine
- "What's Wrong With You" | The Vanguards | Last of the Garage Punk Unknowns Vol. 1 | Crypt
- "Electric Pony 2" | Shit and Shine | 54 Synth-Brass, 38 Metal Guitar, 65 Cathedral | Rocket
- "You Are Now Poison" | Prefuse 73 | You Are Now Poison | Temporary Residence
- "Never Met a Girl Like You Before" | The Es Shades | Last of the Garage Punk Unknowns Vol. 1 | Crypt
- "Where the Nightingale Sings" | Gang of Four | What Happens Next | Metropolis
- "Averoigne" | James Blackshaw | Summoning Suns | Important
- "Christianity Is Stupid" | Negativland | Escape From Noise | SST | "Listening Parlour"
- "Neat Neat Neat" | Thee Mighty Caesars | Caesars Pleasure | Big Beat
- "Mountain Song" | Sandrider | Sandrider + Kinski | Good to Die
- "Partial to Your Abracadabra" | Ian Dury | New Boots and Panties!! | Demon
- "Chusan" | Oorutaichi | Drifting My Folklore | Streamline
- "Just Say Who" | Horace Andy | Ain't No Sunshine: The Best of Horace Andy | Clocktower
- "Unconditional Love" | LTJ Bukem | Journey Inwards | Kinetic
- "Down Solitude Beat / Trying to feel alright" | You Still Have Friends | #Back to School - VVAA | SPD / M.I.S.T.
- "Indian Summer of Benazir Bhutto [excerpt]" | Muslimgauze | Zul'm | Extreme
next time: moving off the land. Enjoy the music! --kid catharsis
Halcyon reporting. Days are warmer and longer, and skies are clearer; it was for these climes that we created this program. This particular episode, however, aired when looming equinox forced me into afternoon duty.
Initially I tried posting this on soundclod, but apparently Siinaii's people thought a bit-starved .mp3 of their tune threatened copyright. When people are 90 years old, wondering why it didn't work out for them and their music, why people ultimately never heard of them or didn't care, I hope they have some nice fables to tell themselves. I mean that. Stories are great fun.
Thank goodness this program is a "mere" pop-up; I'd hate to feel like anything about it "had" to happen.
CRUISING ALTITUDE playlist, 2014 September 13, 1400-1500:
- "En-trance" | Siinai | Supermarket | Splendour
- "Control Through Prohibition or Supply" | Campbell Irvine | Removal of the Six Armed Goddess | Infrastructure New York
- "Vapourware 01" | Donato Dozzy | Plays Bee Mask | Spectrum Spools
- "Dilankex" | Oberman Knocks | Dilankex | Aperture
- "Baillon Rose" | Opera Mort | Dedales | Alter
- "Essene" | Mark Barrott | Sketches From An Island | International Feel
- "Imperial" | Unrest | Imperial f.f.r.r. | Teen Beat - Guernica
- "Emocor (feat. Hana Kobayashi)" | Oval | Voa | EOVA
- "Petra Marina [excerpt]" | Lussuria | Industriale Illuminato | Hospital Productions
- "Loose Joints" | This Mortal Coil | Blood | 4AD
- "Polyphony of a Metropolis" | Fake the Facts | Soundtrack | Trost
- "Kolik" | Kaboom Karavan | Hokus Fokus | Miasmah
deep, transcendent waves of golden light.
LeBatard ici, and I will leave you to guess where "here" is. I took a much-needed vacation from the relentless schedule of doing shows, posting shows, etc., but I have returned to dead, cyclical time, for now. For some reason the people at WRFI made me a regular fixture last summer, and here is one of those shows. IIRC this was just after Kid Catharsis's birthday, which was a disaster. It's a shame we can't fuel our motorbikes with the terrible behavior of other people, for it is a limitless resource.
Anyway--this is a truly arbitrary collection of tunes. Grab-bags and adventure are how I roll. If you want planning and care, you'll have to go somewhere else.
U_D_M playlist, 2014 August 29, 1900-2000:
- "Dream Sequence" | Talbot Wood | Dream Sequence | Curle - N.E.W.S.
- "Love Inc" | Booka Shade | Love Inc | Blaufield - Embassy One
- "Ritual Dub" | Stojche | Excess Depth | Subwax
- "No Fool" | Call Super | No Episode | Throne of Blood
- "Blackened - Sons of Tiki Remix" | Avatism | Adamant Remixes #1 | Vakant
- "Come Easy - Dave Aju Remix" | High Heels Breaker | Come Easy | Drumpoet Community
- "The Pursuit - Good Guy Mikesh & Filburt Remix" | The Blaxploited Orchestra | The Pursuit | Compost Disco
- "Hofbahn" | Decay | Correspondant Compilation 02 | Correspondant
- "We Used To" | Abstraxion | Break of Lights | Hakt
all the lights.