The ADD Minute And A…: Wondercon


Just because their logo is here doesn’t mean this is an officially sanctioned review. Or a review period. Or any kind of a conversation that might make any sense.

The ADD Minute And A…: Wondercon

DJ Austin Rich tries to help DJ Really Sloppy make some sense out of what he saw on his recent visit to a comic book convention.  Shouldn’t they actually call these “media conventions” now?

Here’s a link to the “State of the Sundry” video DJ Really Sloppy mentions.

And, if you’re curious about anything else that was mentioned…well, just Google it already – do we have to do all the work for you?  But, seriously, they go over a lot of crap, so just Google it.*

*The preceding summary not to be confused with an ad for Google.

February 10th 2012

Duckies! 003

Egg-celent! Egg-stravagant! Egg-…tastic?
Oh, forget it, let’s just go shopping.

February 10th 2012?
(Featuring a “lost” episode, mistakenly uploaded to post in 2013 by DJ Really Sloppy, instead of 2012, like it should have.)

Wow.  Time flies when you’re having fun. Nearly a year ago, DJ Really Sloppy and I did a fantastic pair of Soul Shows back to back, and in doing so, created some fantastic radio.  In that time, a lot has changed: I left the studio I’d been with for years to venture off on my own, and DJ Really Sloppy became unstuck in time, appearing randomly on the show in a variety of capacities.  But this time, something rather unusual happened: a show he recorded a full year ago was (finally) uploaded to the server a full year later.

DJ Really Sloppy says that he called me a year ago, immediately after he recorded this show.  But I only received that call when I went on the air to do a show today.  Regardless, you get to reap the radio benefits, in the form of a fantastic show by Mr. Sloppy himself.  I’ll leave you with some words from the DJ’s mouth:

This is strange.  I had called DJ Austin Rich after I finished this show last year to see about getting it posted on the Blasphuphmus blog, which I only vaguely remember.  At the time I thought he was acting kind of weird.  But when I checked in with him today, he said I’d actually just a short while ago interrupted the show he was going to do that day.  Whatever, here’s some songs from a year ago.

And, wow, what a horrible choice for a random quote right after Gilly Hanner’s song about getting the crap kicked out of her by the cops at the Satyricon riot.  I wasn’t even paying attention.  Obviously.

p.s.  Since DJ Austin didn’t really have much in the way of songs on the “egg theme”, leave your suggestions in the comment area and maybe he can give it a try again later.  Say, for Easter?

– DJ Really Sloppy


Eggs * Andrew Liles & Daniel Menche * The Progeny of Flies * Beta-latam Ring Records

And, from the original post:

Here’s the playlist for the February 10, 2012 broadcast:

1 R&B Transmogrification Quasi R&B Transmogrification Up Records
2 Glass Tambourine Wild Flag Wild Flag Merge Records
“I don’t know!” Invader Zim
3 Dial School of Seven Bells Disconnect from Desire Vagrant Records/Ghostly International
4 Red Guitar David Sylvian Brilliant Trees Virgin Records LTD.
5 Karma Police Radiohead OK Computer Capitol
6 Psyché rock Pierre Henry and Michel Colombier Pop a Paris – More Rock N’ Roll and Mini Skirts Vol.2 Sunnyside
7 Awfully Managed Pigeons Procedure Club Doomed Forever Slumberland
8 Straight A’s Sleigh Bells Treats Mom + Pop Music
9 My Spit Calamity Jane Martha Jane Cannary
“I’m crushing your head!” Kids in the Hall
10 Holidays In The Sun Sex Pistols Never Mind The Bollocks Here’s The Sex Pistols Warner Bros. Records Inc.
11 Fire Jimi Hendrix Experience Hendrix: The Best Of Jimi Hendrix M.C.A.
12 Don’t Listen to the Radio (Instrumental) The Vines Don’t Listen to the Radio CD single (Australian import) Capitol
13 Don’t Listen to the Radio The Vines Vision Valley Capitol
“Find a little action” Beetlejuice
14 I Gotta Feelin (Just Nineteen) Eagles Of Death Metal Death By Sexy Downtown
15 I Just Wanna Get Along The Breeders Last Splash Sire Records
16 Stupid Girl Garbage Garbage Almo Sounds
17 Stars Aligned Summer Twins Summer Twins Burger Records

Welcome to the Hellmouth

Have A Nice Day

Have A Nice Day

Welcome to the Hellmouth

DJ Really Sloppy here.  Just thought I’d throw some songs from the soundtrack albums from the original “broadcast” version of the show Buffy the Vampire Slayer up here to go along with DJ Austin Rich’s recent review of the comic books for season 9.  These are a few of my favorites, along with a couple other not quite random musical items.  Hope you like what you hear…and if you do, there’s plenty more where that came from!

Also, can I get a Blasphuphmus tech over here?  My miniaturization ray doesn’t seem to be working.

1 Road to Hell Sleigh Bells Reign of Terror Mom + Pop
2 Buffy Main Title Theme Buffy The Vampire Slayer Cast Once More, With Feeling Rounder
3 Blue Angie Hart Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Radio Sunnydale –
Music from the TV Series
4 Wild Horses The Sundays Buffy The Vampire Slayer: The Album TVT Soundtrax
5 I Want To Kill You Darling Violetta The Kill You E.P.
6 The Final Fight Robert Duncan Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Radio Sunnydale –
Music from the TV Series
7 Already Met You Superfine Buffy The Vampire Slayer: The Album TVT Soundtrax
8 Over My Head Furslide Buffy The Vampire Slayer: The Album TVT Soundtrax
9 Teenage FBI Guided By Voices Buffy The Vampire Slayer: The Album TVT Soundtrax
10 Pavlov’s Bell Aimee Mann Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Radio Sunnydale –
Music from the TV Series
11 Suite From “Restless“:
Willow’s Nightmare/First Rage/Chain Of Ancients
Christophe Beck Once More, With Feeling Rounder
12 Transylvania Concubine Rasputina Buffy The Vampire Slayer: The Album TVT Soundtrax
13 Buffy Main Title Theme The Breeders Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Radio Sunnydale –
Music from the TV Series

Episode 175: Summer, Jam

THIS is a summer jam.

Episode 175: Summer, Jam (3365) 
(Featuring a selections of seasonally appropriate songs, selected by our long-lost, unstuck-in-time co-host, DJ Really Sloppy.)

While the idea of doing a summer show seemed like a good idea at the time, it turned out that this week, I had nothing.  Not a single idea for songs about summer, outside of just listening to surf music.  Fortunately, my good friend DJ Really Sloppy accidentally called me, and babbled for about an hour about what he thinks of when he hears the term “Summer Jam.”  The results are this program.

Summer, Jam

Part I
01.) Island In The Sun * Weezer * Weezer * DGC Records
02.) The Savage * The Ventures * Walk – Don’t Run: The Best of The Ventures
03.) Hipalong Hop * B.J. Cole and Luke Vibert * Stop the Panic * Astralwerks
04.) Penny Loafers * Daedelus (with Inara George) * Bespoke * Ninja Tune
05.) Paradise Circus (Gui Boratto remix) * Massive Attack * Heligoland (Extended Version) * Virgin

Part II
06.) Taco Wagon * Man… Or Astro-Man? * Destroy All Astromen!
07.) A Kissed Out Red Floatboat * Cocteau Twins * Blue Bell Knoll * 4AD
08.) I L U * School of Seven Bells * Disconnect from Desire * Vagrant Records/
Ghostly International
09.) Underwater Love * Smoke City * The Rebirth of Cool Four * 4TH & BWAY/Island
10.) Awake in the Sand * Kaitlyn ni Donovan * Songs for Three Days * hush records

Part III
11.) Monkey Safari * Messer Chups * Crazy Price
12.) Something Tropical * Tipsy * Trip-Tease * Asphodel
13.) Rum and Coca Cola * Wanda Jackson * The Party Ain’t Over * Third Man Records
14.) Groove Is In the Heart * Deee-Lite * World Clicque * Elektra Records
15.) I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles) * The Proclaimers * Sunshine On Leith * Chrysalis
16.) Walk Don’t Run * The Ventures * Walk – Don’t Run: The Best of The Ventures
17.) Strawberry Jam * Michelle Shocked * Arkansas Traveler * Mercury

Episode 166: Moth Hunter, LIVE!

Moth Hunter

Moth Hunter

Episode 166: Moth Hunter, LIVE!
(Featuring a live performance by local circuit-bend  experimental pscychedlic, Moth Hunter!)

Join us for a very special live performance by local circuit-bent, experimental noise artist Moth Hunter!  This performance was recorded in his home studio on 08 May 2012, at roughly 8 PM that evening, and was quite possibly one of the best performances I’ve heard using these kinds of home-brewed items.  I was also able to shoot some great footage as well, giving you a truly multi-media experience just short of being there with us.  Couple that with an appearance by DJ Really Sloppy, and a few other odds and ends, and you’ve got this week’s program.

Moth Hunter

Moth Hunter

Moth Hunter is one half of Knuckle Children, a fantastic noise duo that has been creating sound experiments since at least 2007.  Both have appeared on this show before, and Moth Hunter DJed a Halloween show, too (those shows are available here).  We’ve been trying to set up this show for a while now, and after a couple of false starts in the last couple of weeks, we’ve managed to sort out the technical and scheduling details that had enabled us to bring you live music.

I have to say, I’m really excited to have live music back on the show. While Historic St. John’s has offered a number of great opportunities for the direction this show has been heading, I’ve been very sad that it is difficult to include live music in our studio.  However, with the addition of new equipment and the changing landscape of digital recording, this is no longer a challenge.  This really opens up new possibilities for our program, and we’re already lining up other possible ways to exploit this technology.

At this point, I’ll let the music speak for itself.  Thanks for listening.

See you in seven.

Picasa Photoset (Includes three short video clips)

Moth Hunter, LIVE!

Introduction: Wherein I Introduce What’s To Come

01.) Track 01 * Knuckle Children * He Section

Segment One: The ADD Minute And A… w/ DJ Really Sloppy

DJ Really Sloppy doesn’t understand what Experimental Music is, and suggests that genres are silly.

02.) Track 03 * Knuckle Children * 9-11
03.) Rawhide * The Blues Brothers

Segment Two: Moth Hunter, LIVE!

04.) Recorded 08 May 2012 In The Moth Hunter Studio.

Outroduction: Wherein I Outroduce What You’ve Just Heard

Episode 164: Flight F – I – N – A – L

Inter-World Airlines

Inter-World Airlines

Episode 164: Flight F – I – N – A – L (20 January 1999 Retrocast)
(Featuring a retrocast of a program from 20 January 1999, as part of our 14th Anniversary Explosion!)

Join us for a special 14th Anniversary Retrocast of a program from 1999, where we present the fascinating audio-drama that dares to create, “…a dramatic comparison to death.”  Presented in this episode: three quarters of the original broadcast (recreated from cassette recordings and partial playlists that have survived into the modern era), PLUS!: A brand new A Minute With The Pope, a feature that comes and goes with the whims of The Pope Himself, and a confused phone call from DJ Really Sloppy, who has recently become unstuck in time and seems to be having trouble figuring out exactly what that means for a person as confused as him.  Plus a couple of Phantom Surfers tracks for good measure.

As you can tell from this show – which approximates what it was like to hear us when we first started – our murky origins have many of the elements that came to dominate our format now.  I knew I wanted to play music I liked, and as a huge Over The Edge fan, I knew I wanted to do some form of re-mix on the air.  But as a novice, just getting started, my first forays into this realm were not as skilled as they have become.  That’s not to say that they were bad, but that they were of an amateur level.  The ideas were in place, but the execution was not what it would become.

I remember finding a copy of this record – one that I had heard sampled and began to wonder exactly what it could be – and knew instantly that sooner or later it would appear on the show.  In what form, I wasn’t quite sure.  But one night I showed up to do the program solo, noticed that I had packed it along with a bunch of other stuff, and it was then that I went to work.  The results – or, at least, most of them – are audible in the show you’re hearing today.

Note: If anyone can identify the Satan’s Pilgrim’s song included in this playlist, please let me know.  Thanks!

See you in seven.

Flight F-I-N-A-L Playlist

Part I: “One Of The Passengers Appears To Be Singing…”

01.) Holiday Harbor * The Phantom Surfers * The Great Surf Crash of ’97
02.) Revenge * Black Flag *
03.) Land Of Treason * Germs * (MIA) * Slash Records
04.) Flight F-I-N-A-L Part I *
05.) Be Good (The Frumpies) *
06.) All My Drugs * Royal Grand Prix *  High Performance
07.) Flight F-I-N-A-L Part II *
08.) Pacific Coast Highway * Sonic Youth * Sister
09.) Embarrassed Teen Accidentally Uses Valuable Rare Postage Stamp * Jad Fair & Yo La Tengo * Strange But True
10.) High School Witch * The’s * The’s
11.) Flight F-I-N-A-L Part III *
12.) Indication * The Rondelles * Fiction Romance, Fast Machines * Smells Like Records
13.) I’m Gonna Make Him Mine (Tonight) * The Donnas * The Donnas

Part II: “Inter-World Airlines, Flight FINAL.”

14.) Know It Alls * The Fartz * Because This Fuckin’ World Still Stinks * Alternative Tentacles Records
15.) Flight F-I-N-A-L Part IV *
16.) The End Of A Skater * The Phantom Surfers featuring Davie Allen * Skaterhater * Lookout! Records
17.) ?? (Satan’s Pilgrims) *
18.) Flight F-I-N-A-L Part V *
19.) Brother Rat / What Slayde Says * NOMEANSNO * The Day Everything Became Nothing * Alternative Tentacles Records
20.) Flight F-I-N-A-L Part VI *
21.) Here’s To The Losers * Frank Sinatra * Softly As I Leave You * Universal Records

Part III: DJ Really Sloppy Calls In!

22.) Out Of The Window * The Phantom Surfers * The Great Surf Crash of ’97

DJ Really Sloppy, who has become unstuck in time, calls into the show from a darkened room containing a cat, and is not entirely sure what name he knows me by, or what time he is currently a part of.  Thinking it is 1999, the time period of my show, he briefly flirts with changing the time stream, then gets confused.

Part IV: “I Am Your Captain, The Lord Jesus Christ.”

22.) Flight F-I-N-A-L Part VII
23.) Here Comes The Martian Martians * Jonathan Richman * The Beserkley Years: The Best Of Jonathan Richman And The Modern Lovers * Rhino Records
24.) Flight F-I-N-A-L Part VIII *
25.) The Old Man Blues * Cathead * Greatest sHits * Self-Released
26.) Flight F-I-N-A-L Part IX
27.) Title Track * King Missile * Mystical Shit * Shimmy-Disc Records
28.) Flight F-I-N-A-L Part X
29.) Mongoloid * Devo * Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo! * Warner Bros. Records
30.) Flight F-I-N-A-L Part XI *
31.) Don’t Know What I Am * The Wipers * Is This Real?
32.) Flight F-I-N-A-L Part XII
33.) Old Queen Cole * Ween * God Ween Satan: The Oneness

A Minute With The Pope 06: Bob Is Dead All That’s Left Is Earl * The Pope * Recorded on a Handheld Cassette Recorder & an iPhone.

Part V: The Gate Of Death

34.) Flight F-I-N-A-L Part XIII *
35.) Bleach Boys * The Dead Milkmen * Beelzebubba * Enigma Records
36.) Lousy Weekend * Daniel Johnston * Fun * Atlantic Records
37.) Flight F-I-N-A-L Part XIV *
38.) Pie * KARP * Suplex * Kill Rock Stars Records
39.) Cowboy Love * The Reverand Horton Heat * Holy Roller * Sub Pop Records
40.) Flight F-I-N-A-L Part XV *
41.) The Halo Benders * The Halo Benders * Don’t Tell Me Now * K Records
42.) Hair * Adickdid * Stars Kill Rock
43.) Brainwashed * The Crabs * Brainwashed * K Records
44.) Reason To Live * The Oblivians * Soul Food * Crypt Records

Episode 162: 14th Anniversary Explosion!

Happy 14th!

Happy 14th!

Episode 162: 14th Anniversary Explosion!

As the 14th Anniversary of our first broadcast was on Sunday, today’s show is a retrocast of selections and samples from our earliest recorded programs from or KWVA years.  In the late ’90’s, College Radio (the kind of radio I prefer) was a very different place.  We had different technology, and a different approach to what qualified as entertainment.  Fortunately, the glory of cassette tapes has maintained a way for us to capture these broadcasts and re-present them to you here, and now.

However, there is a slightly sinister element to this episode, too.  In somewhat of a sequel to “It Looks Like Thousands Of Stars” (and episode from 18 July 2007), I accidentally encounter a space / time anomaly, where I encounter none other that DJ Really Sloppy, who has also become unstuck in time.  As I continue to experience the sounds of past radio programs, I hope that by listening to them may offer me a chance to return home afterward.  Will I?  Tune in and find out!

This episode was a lot of fun.  While the official archive of our programs does not include every show we aired (or, even, complete shows), we do have a number of recordings of the shows from our KWVA incarnation.  Digging through that archive – now digital, thank Earl – allowed me to pick some of the more well known moments captured on tape.  As you can tell, I was heavily influenced by Negativland’s “Over The Edge” program, and you’ll find that these mixes and whatnot are but the tip of the ice berg when it comes to what the show really was like.

Having done a lot of preliminary editing, there will be more “best of” programs as I sort and organize the material.  But this is a show I’ve been wanting to do since 2004, and only now do I have the technology to really bring it to you the way I was hoping I could.

Along with this show, we’ve also released a new podcast feed, entitled “14th Anniversary,” that we suggest as a compliment to this program.    It contains a number of programs that illustrate more of the kind of program this show was like in the early years, as well as some other anniversary broadcasts, including: an interview with Exene Cervenka, two programs featuring Holden Craft’s appearances on this show, and the surviving audio from our very first program on 15 April 1998.  It’s all part of the anniversary fun.

I hope you enjoy these strange and twisted audio creations I made during my radio show really late at night in Eugene during the late ’90’s after I would get fully loaded at the bar and broadcast on FM Radio.  They were as much fun to make as they are to describe.

See you in seven!


Part I: Two Turntables, To CD Players, And A Microphone

01.) Man… Or Astro-Man? Intro * 21 April 1999 * KWVA Radio
02.) Have A Cigar Re-Mix * 05 August 1998 * KWVA Radio
03.) Back In The Days Of Canadian Sport Fishing w/ The Ramen City Kid * 08 July 1998 * KWVA Radio
04.) Dub Narcotic Sound Re-Mix * 02 September 1998 * KWVA Radio
05.) Beastie Boys “License To Ill” Backwards * 02 September 1998 * KWVA Radio
06.) Excuse Me Put Pardon My Re-Mix * 19 August 1998 * KWVA Radio
07.) Grateful Dead Backwards * 14 April 1999 * KWVA Radio

Part II: Backwards sdrawkcaB

08.) April Stevens, The Weathergirl * 14 April 1999 * KWVA Radio
09.) The Sound Effects of Vince Guarldi * 30 December 1998 * KWVA Radio
10.) A Minute With The Pope * 13 January 1999 * KWVA Radio
11.) Nirvana “Incesticide” Backwards * 02 September 1998 * KWVA Radio
12.) Butthole Surfers Re-Mix * 19 August 1998 * KWVA Radio
13.) Mertz Commercial * 29 April 1998 * KWVA Radio
14.) Henry Rollins, Frankie Carle and Walter Carlos Get A Drink Late At Night * 27 January 1999 * KWVA Radio
15.) Praise The Lord Jesus * 28 April 1999 * KWVA Radio

Part III: “Face” b/w “The Cremation Of Sam McGee.”

16.) School Cancelations * 10 February 1999 * KWVA Radio
17.) Face Re-Mix * 02 September 1998 * KWVA Radio
18.) The Cremation Of Sam McGee * 23 December 1998 * KWVA Radio
19.) The Sound Effects Of White Christmas * 23 December 1998 * KWVA Radio
20.) The Passing Of Dick Clark w/ Holden Craft & The Pope * 13 January 1999 * KWVA Radio
21.) Hovercraft Outro * 27 May 1998 * KWVA Radio

Episode 160: Traveling Through Time Part III

Traveling Through Time Part III

Traveling Through Time Part III

Episode 160: Traveling Through Time Part III

Time Travel has always been my favorite Sci-Fi subject, and I’ve toyed with the subject myself on this very program a few times before.  But it is not always a subject that easily translates to music.  For some reason, there are just not that many songs about the Grandfather Paradox.  Nonetheless, myself and DJ Really Sloppy made a bonafide effort to piece together a short musical tribute to some of the artists that have tackled the subject.  Abstractly at times, yes.  But you know how it goes.

This episode also marks the introduction of our new studio!  Soylent Green Is People Studios has undergone some improvements in the last week, and we’re happy to report that the show now sounds… well, like a radio program.  I appreciate the patience that listeners have shows in the last several weeks as we’ve recorded in some less-than-stellar enviorns, and your reward will come in the form of bigger, better, and more impressive sounding shows.  I’ve got a slew of new ideas that will be coming your way in the coming weeks, and now we have a good place to create it all from.  If you’ve dug what I’ve done in the past, then you know that what’s to come will be right up your ally.

I want to give a special shout out to kiisu d’salyss, who performed much of the backing music that is throughout this episode.  kiisu and I have been friends for years, and he’s appeared on this show in a few of the different bands that he’s been in, and as a solo artist.  For the music in this particular episode, the music was performed on a Kitara, a computer / keytar / guitar hybrid, manufactured by Misa Digital.  I’m hoping to incorporate more of his performances with this instrument in future episodes, and I really want to thank him for his willingness to join the madness that is our show.  If you hear something that sounds spacey in this show, it’s him.

This one is short and sweet, just the way these shows used to be.  I’m still trying to pin down exactly how long this show is going to be, now that I have the freedom to go as long as I want.  For the time being, I’m going to say that I’ll go anywhere between an hour or two, depending on my mood and the theme.  But I do have some ideas for some longer programs in the future, so we shall see.

See you in seven.

Traveling Through Time Part III


01.) Is Time Travel Possible? * Michio Kaku *
02.) Kitara Composition [Excerpt I] * kissu  d’salyss * Blasphuphmus Radio
03.) Time * The Heartaches * Too Cool For School

Segment One: How To Travel Through Time

04.) Introductory Physics of Time Travel [Excerpt I] * Lost University *
05.) Kitara Composition [Excerpt II] * kissu  d’salyss * Blasphuphmus Radio
06.) Slide Machine * 13th Floor Elevators * Easter Everywhere
07.) Introductory Physics of Time Travel [Excerpt II] * Lost University *
08.) Kitara Composition [Excerpt III] * kissu  d’salyss * Blasphuphmus Radio
09.) Introductory Physics of Time Travel [Excerpt III] * Lost University *
10.) Time Has Come Today * The Ramones * Subterranean Jungle

Segment Two: Let’s Go Back In Time

Thrift Store 31 March 2012 * The Sounds Of Salem Oregon
A Minute With The Pope 04: On Tuesdays * The Pope * Recorded Entirely On An iPhone.

11.) The Conversation We’re Having Right Now * Hurley & Miles * Lost * ABC Television

Segment Three: The ADD Minute And A… w/ DJ Really Sloppy

DJ Really Sloppy and I discuss the Time Travel App he installed on his iPod, and his experiences watching the LACMA Rock get moved, experiencing the awful fashion of the mid ’60’s via Mad Men, and his impressions of the new Nicki Minaj single, and then really becomes unstuck in time.  Again.

Segment Four: Some Kind Of Parallel Universe

12.) Time Flies By * Quasi * Early Recordings * Touch & Go 1996
13.) “My name is Peabody.” * Mr. Peabody * Jay Ward
14.) Time (Live) * Clifford Brown & Max Roach * At Basin Street * Verve 1956
15.) Time Machine * Grand Funk Railroad * Capitol Collectors Series * Capitol 1969
16.) “I never look back.” * The Incredibles * Pixar 2004
17.) She Lives (In a Time of Her Own) * The Judybats * Where The Pyramid Meets The Eye: A Tribute to Roky Erickson * Sire/Warner Bros. 1990
18.) “Some kind of parallel universe?” * Chris in the Morning * Northern Exposure * Universal
19.) Time Theory 11:11 * Miss Murgatroid * Through Alien Empires * Japan Overseas 1995
20.) “Don’t touch it!” * Time Bandits * HandMade Films / Janus Films 1981

Downtown Traffic 31 March 2012 * The Sounds Of Salem Oregon Traffic

Segment Five: Time (Slowly) Marches On

21.) Slow Down Time * Sky Cries Mary * This Timeless Turning * World Domination Music Group 1994

Episode 159: A Gun For Dinosaur

Gun For Dinosaur

Gun For Dinosaur

Episode 159: A Gun For Dinosaur

In the ’50’s, amid the din and clatter that was dramatic theater on the radio, the show that blew almost all the others away was undoubtedly X Minus One.  They had an amazing crew of writers who went on to do a number of outstanding things, among them Isaac Asimov, Ray Bradbury, Philip K. Dick, Robert Heinlein and Frederik Pohl, just to name a few.  It was the kind of show that could not be missed, and is a big influence on my entire aesthetic.

As part of our Traveling Through Time series, we present A Gun For Dinosaur, writeen by L. Sprague de Camp, originally broadcast on NBC on 7 March 1956.  I’m proud of this audio essay, which also includes The ADD Minute And A … with DJ Really Sloppy weighing in on the subject of the Geek & Sundry launch at Wonder Con.  And, of course, we have A Minute With The Pope, recorded entirely on his iPhone.  I like to think we attempt to deliver a new interpretation of those fantastic radio stories.  With music.

As DJ Really Sloppy seems to have become Unstuck In Time, next week will mostly likely continue our Traveling Through Time series.  Will he survive his experience unscathed?  Tune in next week, to find out.

See you in seven

A Gun For Dinosaur


01.) Vanishing of Time * The Vivian Girls * Share The Joy
02.) Live Performance * Mortal Engines * Blasphuphmus Radio * 11 April 2009

Segment One: A Gun For Dinosaur Part I

03.) Have Another Drink * MX-80 * Alway’s Leave ‘Em Wanting Less * Atavistic Records
04.) Tell ‘Em * Sleigh Bells * Treats
05.) Headhunter * Thee Headhunters * Jungle Law EP

Wedding 25 March 2012 * The Sounds Of Portland Oregon

Segment Two: A Gun For Dinosaur Part II
06.) The Small Stuff * The Dismemberment Plan * !
07.) Open Up Your Door * Richard & The Young Lions
08.) Raw Meat * The Black Lips * Arabia Mountain

Dinner Cooking 08 February 2012 * The Sounds Of Portland Oregon

Segment Three: A Gun For Dinosaur Part III

09.) How Long Do I Have To Wait For You? * Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings * Naturally
10.) Where Did He Go? * The Briefs * Hit After Hit
11.) I Don’t See You * Camper Van Beethoven * Telephone Free Landslide Victory
12.) Dinosaur Rock * Narthex * Duo-Phonic Sounds System: 1980 – 1983

Segment Four: The ADD Minute And A .. w/ DJ Really Sloppy

DJ Really Sloppy and I discuss the launch of Geek And Sundry that he attended while he was at Wonder Con, then he accidentally becomes Unstuck In Time after talking about Wil Wheaton.

13.) Museum 1 * 6955 * Nintendo Museum EP

Segment Five: A Gun For Dinosaur Part IV

16.) Bad News * The Trashmen * Tube City!  The Best of The Trashmen
17.) All Tied Up * The Shakers * Teenline Vol. 3
18.) Paid In Cigarettes * Hot Snakes * Suicide Invoice

A Minute With The Pope 03: Computer Fight * The Pope * Recorded Entirely On An iPhone.

Segment Six: A Gun For Dinosaur Part V
20.) Prevenge * The Might Be Giants * The Spine
21.) Tell Me When It’s Over * The Dream Syndicate * The Days Of Wine & Roses
22.) No Doubt About It * The Wipers * Follow Blind

Episode 157: Talk Talk

How Did I Miss Sean Boniwell's Death In December?  Yikes!

How Did I Miss Sean Boniwell’s Death In December? Yikes!

Episode 157: Talk Talk

Topics Included:

The Music Machine & Sean Boniwell’s passing a few months ago, Cambodian Rocks!, Not in the FER Studios this week because Greg & Sarah were sick, Loosing An Hour, SxSW, Music Break, Paco Jones & The Infernal Connundrum or TiC (from Malaysia!), The Sounds of Portland Oregon, Moebius dead at 73, Peter Bergman dead at 72, An Ad For Rush Limbaugh, DJ JustanotherDJ is now DJ Really Sloppy, and his Segment is now called The ADD Minute And A H… Did I tell you this one is about the show Community?, Music Break, The Sounds of Portland Oregon, & Community Service Day 1.

This week, I’m flying solo, and in my home studio in Historic St. John’s as Greg & Sarah were both sick.  So it goes.  This seems to have been another installment of “The People Who Died,” in that I talk about three different deaths, all by people who were amazing.  Hopefully, you find them amazing, too.  Tune in Next Week for an interview with Miss Rikki of Closet Radio, among other things. Thanks for listening!

Talk Talk:

Opening Theme * Paco Jones & Austin Rich

Segment 1: Austin Rich, Curator of Taste

Talk Talk * The Music Machine * Original Sound Records * Released 1966 (
Cambodian Rocks! * Parallel World Records * 1996 (

Loosing An Hour

(Not Going To) SxSW

A Minute With The Pope 02: What You Think * The Pope * Recorded Entirely On An iPhone.

Segment 2: Starting Over Leftovers

01.) New Dreams * Naked Raygun * All Rise
02.) New Direction * The Black Lips * Arabia Mountain
03.) New Rose * The Damned * Damned Damned Damned
04.) Begin The Beguine * Esquivel * Space Age Bachelor Pad Music
05.) Window * Paco Jones & The Infernal Conundrum aka TiC (

Bus Stop In The Rain 09 February 2012 * The Sounds of Portland Oregon

Segment 3: The Grumpy Punk vs. The Music Nerd.

Moebius (Jean Giraud) dies at age 73 after a long battle with Cancer.  (
01.) Tower Music / Let Us Pray * Wendy Carlos / The London Philharmonic Orchestra * Tron Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
02.) Miracle And Magician * Wendy Carlos / The London Philharmonic Orchestra * Tron Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Peter Bergman dies at age 72 due to complications from Leukemia treatment.  (
01.) Ralph Spoilport’s Going Out of Body Sale * The Firesign Theatre * Give Me Immortality or Give Me Death
02.) The News Drought Continues * The Firesign Theatre * Give Me Immortality or Give Me Death

Advertising For Rush Limbaugh
01.) Sledgehammer * Peter Gabrial
02.) Halloween Theme * John Carpenter

The ADD Minute And A … w/ DJ Really Sloppy.  “Community.
01.) Short Attention Span * Fizzy Bangers * Short Music For Short People
01.) Spanish Key * Miles Davis * Bitches Brew
02.) Excerpts from “Allison Brie & Danny Pudi in ‘Too Many Feet’ ” & Selected Episodes of “Community.”

Segment 4: DJ Really Sloppy’s Set

01.) At Least It Was Here * The 88 * Community Soundtrack * 2011
02.) Dark Matter * Björk * Biophilia * 2011
03.) Coffins * Explode Into Colors * Quilts * 2010
04.) Glass * Joy Division * Substance 1977-1980 * 1978
05.) “Yay! We’re doomed!” * Gir * Invader Zim * 2001
06.) Cold Turkey * John Lennon * The John Lennon Collection * 1969
07.) “Nice party…” * Kaylie * Firefly * 2002
08.) Movement * LCD Soundsystem * LCD Soundsystem [Disc 1] * 2005

Cascade Mall 26 February 2012 * The Sounds of Portland Oregon

Segment 5: Odds & Sods

Community Service Day 1: Like Pulling Nails From A Board * Austin Rich & Ornette Coleman

I Must Not Think Bad Thoughts [Excerpt] * X

Thanks For Listening!

Episode 156: Starting Over (Again)



Episode 156: Starting Over (Again)
(Our very first episode on, with special guests, my new bosses Greg Nibler & Sarah X. Dylan!)

Welcome to a new era for Blasphuphmus Radio.  I wrapped up my first show in the Funemployment Radio studios, and man it was a blast!  I can already tell that I am really going to enjoy the new possibilities that this show is going to offer.  Already, I’m impressed with what I put together for today.

There are a number of new segments.  Now that I have installed myself in the Lava Lamp Lounge (beneath the Funemployment Radio studios here in Portland, Oregon), I have been able to put together a number of new and fun segments for the show.  We have A Minute With The Pope, featuring audio oddities that are sent to me by The Pope of The Church Of Blasphuphmus.   We have The Sounds Of Portland Oregon, featuring field recordings of the sounds that surround us.  We have the first installment of my Community Service series of audio journals I kept when I served my time in February.  We also have a conversation between myself and DJ JustanotherDJ about the as-yet-untitled segment that he will be hosting from week to week.  Oh, and we even have a bunch of music.  It’s a taste of what this show is going to become as we make ourselves comfortable in the Lava Lamp Lounge.

Special thanks goes out to Paco Jones for writing the new theme music for the show, my wonderful (and understanding) girlfriend, and Greg and Sarah for helping me get this thing off the ground.  I had a lot of fun, and I know it’s only going to get better.

See you in seven!

Starting Over (Again):

Opening Theme * Paco Jones & Austin Rich

Segment 1: Austin Rich, Curator of Taste w/ Greg Nibler & Sarah X. Dylan

Don’t Let’s Start * They Might Be Giants * They Might Be Giants * Restless / Bar/None Records * Released 04 November 1986
Rites of Spring * Dischord Records * June, 1985

A Minute With The Pope 01: Enterprise * The Pope * Recorded Entirely On An iPhone.

Segment 2: Starting Over Again Part I

01.) My Life Is Starting Over * Daniel Johnston * Artistic Vice
02.) Start Wearing Purple * Gogol Bordello * Gypsy Punks: Underdog World Strike
03.) Start! * The Jam
04.) Start To Move * Wire * Pink Flag
05.) Cartoon Beginning * Eat Skull * Sick To Death
06.) Formed A Band * Art Brut

Pool Hall 01 March 2012 * The Sounds of Portland Oregon

Segment 3: The Grumpy Punk vs. The Music Nerd.

The Agenda * Start The Panic *

Davey Jones: 30 December 1945 – 29 February 2012

Davey Jones: 30 December 1945 – 29 February 2012

Davey Jones of The Monkees died on Lead Day 2012.
01.) Theme From The Monkees * The Monkees
02.) Hey Hey, We Are The Monkees * The Monkees * Head Soundtrack
03.) I’m A Believer * The Monkees * “I’m A Believer” b/w “(I’m Not Your) Steppin’ Stone”
04.) The Porpoise Song * The Monkees * Head Soundtrack

Fair Use?: I Don’t Agree With Your Politics, So You Can’t Listen To Good Music.

01.) Eye Of The Tiger * Survivor
02.) Wavin’ Flag * K’naan
03.) Fuck The Motherfuckin’ President * Witchy Poo * A Slice Of Lemon * K / Kill Rock Stars Records

Guyve * Delaying The Inevitable * Self-Released (Official Release Party at Cloud 9 on 24 March 2012 in Corvallis, OR w/ T.O.A.S.T & Nasalrod.)

01.) Buffalohump * Guyve * Live Straight Outta KPSU 06/27/2009
02.) Habla Nada! * Guyve *  Live Straight Outta KPSU 06/27/2009

Wizard Rifle * Speak Loud And Say Nothing * Invisible Oranges Records (Out 13 March 2012).

Tears Won’t Soften Steel * Wizard Rifle * Speak Loud Say Nothing

Woody Allen’s Fall Project * DJ JustanotherDJ & Austin Rich.  A brief conversation about his new segment for the show.

Swami * The Monkees * Head Soundtrack

Gresham (Rainy) 02 March 2012 * The Sounds of Portland Oregon

Portland, Oregon

Portland, Oregon

Segment 4: Starting Over Again Part II

01.) Waste Of Time * The Fastbacks * Answer The Phone, Dummy
02.) Comeback Kid * Sleigh Bells
03.) New Orthophony * Stereolab * Aluminum Tunes
04.) The Beginning * The Collectors * Everything You Always Wanted To Know About 60’s Mind Expansive Punkadelic Garage Rock Instrumentals But Were Afraid To Ask

Segment 5: Odds & Sods

Construction Site (Valentie’s Day 2012) * The Sounds Of Portland Oregon

The Ex * Starter & Alternators

Community Service: Getting The Ticket.  Produced by Austin Rich (with music by Santiago Latorre) at Soylent Green Is People Studios.

The MAX 02 March 2012 * The Sounds Of Portland Oregon

Episode 155: The Last KPSU Broadcast Show

The Final KPSU Show

The Final KPSU Show

Episode 155: The Last KPSU Broadcast Show
(Wherein we celebrate the last Blasphuphmus Radio show on KPSU, and celebrate our move to!)

(Note: This recording contains background hiss during the voice-overs.  This was an unavoidable tech issue with the live stream at KPSU.  I’ve re-built the episode, and have cleaned up as much of the hiss as possible.  It’s like listening to an old tape version of us talking now.)

In the Spring of 2004 I wandered into the KPSU studios to see if I could revive my radio program, which had been off the air for a little while and was looking for a new home.  By the 25th of June, I was back on the air, and was given a paid job that lasted me quite some time.  It was the beginning of something new and exciting, a challenge that I could face with new ideas and experience, and a new way to interpret a radio program that I felt very strongly about.

In that time I’ve had a number of incredible experiences, have met amazing and incredible people, and have gotten to have my say and play my music to a number of fantastic listeners and fans from all over the place.  It has been one of my favorite things to do, ever.  Now, as I am faced with a new chance to start over, to reinvent the show, and to face new challenges to make the show something completely different again, I wanted to mark this occasion not with sadness, but with a party.  And that’s what happened during this show.

A number of people joined in the fun to make this one happen, including Miss Meghan from the long-lost Songs The Lord Taught Us, DJ Swill who provided the swill, DJ JustanotherDJ via our sister-station down south, Jaycation, Jonathon Boober and Miss Rikki (all three current and amazing DJs at KPSU)… even Ricardo Wang dedicated an entire hour to us at 12 Noon.  It was a really heartfelt, and amazing show, and not only did I play some great songs and have a great time, but it was the perfect send-off.  I can’t imagine anything better.

Of course, this is not the end.  Not by a longshot.  As we take a week off to re-tool, re-align, and re-vamp our program for its new version at, we will return on 06 March 2012 with something new, something old, something borrowed, and something that rocks.  I’m really excited about the new direction the show is heading in, and I think that alone will overcome the sadness of leaving something that I’ve grown to know and love over the years.

To everyone who listening and came to the studio yesterday: thank you.  Here’s to something new!

The Last KPSU Broadcast Show
# Title * Artist * Album

01.) Hello, Goodbye * The Beatles * Magical Mystery Tour
02.) Finale- Endcredits * George & Caplin * Electronic Eulogy From Morse Code Infinity
03.) The Last Goodbye * Agent Orange * Living In Darkness
04.) Goodbye, Bird * The Fastbacks * The Day That Didn’t Exist
05.) Hello / Goodbye * Nomeansno * One

06.) End Titles * Wendy Carlos / The London Philharmonic Orchestra * Tron Original Motion Picture Soundtracks
07.) Mickey Mouse and the Goodbye Man * Grinderman * Grinderman 2
08.) Two Beads At The End * Minutemen * Double Nickels On The Dime

09.) Goodbye Blues * The Mills Brothers * Chronological Vol.1 (1931-1932)
10.) Goodbye Johnny * The Gun Club * Da Blood Done Signed My Name
11.) Goodbye Maurice Or Steve * The Soft Boys * …And How It Got There
12.) End Song * The Willowz * The Willowz
13.) Don’t Say Goodbye * The Standells * The Best of the Standells
14.) Repeater * Fugazi *

15.) Goodbye * Supersuckers * Motherfuckers Be Trippin’
16.) End Of The Season * The Kinks * Something Else By The Kinks
17.) Fri/End * Thurston Moore * Trees Outside the Academy
18.) Goodbye * Land of the Loops
19.) Invader Zim
20.) Bye Bye Blackbird * Quasi

21.) Say Goodbye * Boar * Triskaidekaphobia: 13,000.00 MilliSeconds
22.) Making You Tapes Is Better Than Sex * That Stupid Club
23.) Summer’s End * Gordon Taylor * 14 September 2006 (Practice)
24.) End Times * Weekend * Sports

25.) Everending * Sailboats * Adrift
26.) End On End * Rites Of Spring * End On End
27.) The End Of Radio [Excerpt] * Shellac * Excellent Italian Greyhound
28.) Bye-Bye, Goodbye, Goodbye Everybody * Space Ghost * Musical Bar-B-Que
29.) Ending * Nintendo * Legend of Zelda
30.) The Song Is Ended * The Mills Brothers * Chronological Vol.5 (1933-1938)

Episode 151: R&B Explosion! (444)


I think the cigarette is where the fire that caused the explosion started…. (Taken with instagram.)

Episode 151: R&B Explosion! (Soul Explosion! Part II) (444)

SHOW NOTES for 02/04/2012 – DJ JustAnotherDJ

Inspired by last year’s Soul Explosion episode (as you know, it takes me a while to get around to things), I put together an R&B Explosion. This partially arose from the fact that, well, soul music arose from R&B, which itself sounds nothing like it did originally when you hear the music currently defined as “R&B.” Where’s the rhythm? Where’s the blues? So, I thought it was time to look back at what this music was…maybe not right at the beginning, but closer to the beginning, and maybe try to get an idea of how it developed into what was then called “soul” – not to far off from its originator.

And, I may not have to many actual answers for you, but I believe quite a few other people do, if you’ll look around a little bit.

Today’s playlist:

I know I usually give you a web address for stuff, but seriously – just go look it up on Wikipedia. That’s where I’d end up sending you anyway.







Cross Firing James Brown Papa’s Got a Brand New Bag King


Louie Louie Richard Berry [single] Flip Records


Sea Cruise Frankie Ford [single]


Stagger Lee Lloyd Price [single]


Good Rockin’ Daddy Etta James [single] Mondern Records


Willie and the Hand Jive The Johnny Otis Show [single] Capitol


Chain Gang Sam Cooke [single] RCA Victor


Working In the Coal Mine Lee Dorsey A History of New Orleans Rythym & Blues, Vol. 3 Rhino Records, Inc.


Soul-Limbo Booker T. & the MG’s Soul Limbo Stax


Time Is Tight Booker T. & the MG’s Up Tight (soundtrack) Stax


Lipstick Traces Benny Spellman A History of New Orleans Rythym & Blues, Vol. 3 Rhino Records, Inc.


Time Is On My Side Irma Thomas A History of New Orleans Rythym & Blues, Vol. 3 Rhino Records, Inc.


Release Me Johnny Adams A History of New Orleans Rythym & Blues, Vol. 3 Rhino Records, Inc.


You’ll Loose a Good Thing Barbara Lynn A History of New Orleans Rythym & Blues, Vol. 3 Rhino Records, Inc.


Iko Iko The Dixie Cups A History of New Orleans Rythym & Blues, Vol. 3 Rhino Records, Inc.


Papa’s Got a Brand New Bag, Part 1 James Brown Papa’s Got a Brand New Bag King


Papa’s Got a Brand New Bag, Part 2 James Brown Papa’s Got a Brand New Bag King


In the Midnight Hour Wilson Pickett Atlantic


Hold On, I’m Comin’ Sam & Dave Hold On, I’m Comin’ Stax/Atlantic


I’m a Changed Man Otis Redding Love Man Atco


Chain of Fools Aretha Franklin [single] Atlantic


Hip City-Pt. 2 Jr. Walker & the All Stars Road Runner & Home Cookin’ Motown


(Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay Otis Redding [single] Volt

Episode 146: A Seasonal Show (22259)

A "Seasonal" Show

A “Seasonal” Show

Episode 146: A Seasonal Show (22259)
(Featuring another simulcast from DJ JustanotherDJ and our Southern California affiliate for Blasphuphmus Radio.)

With the holidays in full swing, I knew that holiday shopping and whatnot would prevent me from being able to assemble a two hour show this week.  Fortunately, DJ JustanotherDJ (at our Southern California affiliate) is regularly able to get my back in situations like this, and it was easy enough to program the quantum number generator to switch the feed to him for the first hour of the show.  With that in mind, we present one of the more unusual interpretations of holiday broadcasting, as DJ JustanotherDJ dives into A Seasonal Show.

A Seasonal Show (22259)

SHOW NOTES 12/17/2011

Hey, folks.  DJ JustAnotherDJ here.

THE NIGHTS ARE GETTING LONGER!  No, I’m not trying to depress anyone – beyond any S.A.D. they may already be going through on their own.  That’s just my first correction.  During the show, I said the days were getting longer this time of year, when, of course, we all know it’s the nights.  I guess since I’m a night person, I just kind of turned things around there.  I did a lot of that this week.

My other correction is that “Splinter” is actually about the Snow Queen, not the Ice Queen.  Guess that fairy tale isn’t all that famous after all, if I can’t even remember what she’s the queen of – no, that would just be my problem.  It’s famous enough.  The version of the song heard here is a “bonus” track, which isn’t as easy to throw onto a CD as it is on vinyl – it’s actually contained in the track for the final song of the album, “White Linen”, after about 15 minutes of silence.  Stupid CDs.  Though, for my money, better than “the Cloud.”  Hey, lets all line up to buy things we can’t actually possess!  Yeah, that’ll end well.

For the “bells” section of the show, all those songs are from 2010.  In fact, a couple of the bands had their debut that year, and they all were formed generally around that time.  Interesting how there were decades of music with no bands that had the word “bells” in their names, then, all of a sudden there’s, like, four.  Life is an odd place.

So, yeah, maybe I can’t get seasonal music right, but I hope I played some songs that you liked.  And, I also hope you all have a happy whatever-you-do for this time of year!


01.) Infinity Guitars * Sleigh Bells * Treats * Mom + Pop/N.E.E.T.
02.) Make A Deal With The City * Hurricane Bells * Down Comes The Rain * Invisible Brigades (self-release)
03.) Babelonia * School of Seven Bells * Disconnect from Desire * Ghostly International / Vagrant Records
04.) Your Head Is On Fire * Broken Bells * Broken Bells Columbia
05.) Winter * Tori Amos * Winter – Maxi Single * Atlantic
06.) The Pool * Tori Amos * Winter – Maxi Single * Atlantic
07.) Take to the Sky * Tori Amos * Winter – Maxi Single * Atlantic
08.) Sweet Dreams * Tori Amos * Winter – Maxi Single * Atlantic
09.) Inside Out * Tori Amos * Winter – Maxi Single * Atlantic
10.) Under Ice * Kate Bush * Hounds Of Love * EMI
11.) Splinter (alternate version) * 17 Reasons Why * The Dark Years * 17 Reasons Why
12.) Winter On Ice * The Spinanes * Strand * Sub Pop
13.) Icepond * Sunset Valley * Icepond * Barsuk
14.) Every Iceberg Is Afire * Sky Cries Mary * This Timeless Turning * World Domination Recordings / Capitol Records

Episode 141: Trouble In My Soul (238)

Abstract Cat Sez: Trouble in YOUR Soul

Episode 141: Trouble In My Soul (238)
(Featuring another episode from our sister station down in Southern California, hosted by DJ JustanotherDJ.)

Due to circumstances beyond my control, I will be  late for my show this week.  Fortunately, I can count on DJ JustanotherDJ to cover for me at a moments notice.  He’ll be doing his regular show from our affiliate in Southern California, so Ricardo Wang is going to switch the feed over to their signal for the first hour, while I try to get to KPSU ASAP.

A couple of program notes from DJ JustAnotherDJ:

I’ve been told this is where DJ Austin puts his commentaries about his episodes; I don’t really have a commentary, as I was really just playing my usual assortment of songs, which I do try to get to fit together some way or another – however, it did seem like playing “Trouble In My Soul” set a bit of conceptual/lyrical theme, when compared to the other songs.  Some things just put themselves together like that, and so it was.  And who wouldn’t feel a little trouble in their soul in this day and age?

OK, or ever in human history.

But, I digress.  Program notes:

I’m not really sure if the Mexican Dubwiser (know internationally, according the the ever-reliable internet, as Dubwise Selecta) album will be released, though I have seen a remix EP for this very song.

The band Fatty Gets a Stylist is a side project of Australian artist Kate Miller-Heidke.  At least, in Australia it is.  Apparently, (I’m guessing), someone decided having a band or an album named Fatty Gets a Stylist may not go over so well with the rest of the world.  So, renamed.  The copy I own still bears that title – and I ain’t changin’ it.

# Title * Artist * Album * Label

01.) “Nausea” (edit) * X * Los Angeles * Slash
02.)  “Trouble in My Soul” * Mexican Dubwiser * Revolution Radio [not yet released]
03.) “The Tiger Inside Will Eat the Child” * Kate Miller-Heidke * Liberty Bell * Sony Music Entertainment
04.) “Elevator” * Downy Mildew * An Oncoming Train * High Street Records
05.) “But I’m Not” * Cocteau Twins * Garlands * 4AD
06.) “I’m Not In Love” * Tori Amos  * Strange Little Girls * Atlantic
07.) “Waltz #1 (Cue)” * Sam Phillips * Our Little Corner of the World (Music From Gilmore girls) * WB TV/Rhino
08.) “Folk Death 95” * Mogwai * Mr. Beast * Matador
09.) “On Battleship Hill” * PJ Harvey * Let England Shake * Island Records
10.) “Ghost” * Neutral Milk Hotel * In  the Aeroplane Over the Sea * Merge
11.) “If” * Eszter Balint * Mud *Bar/None Records
12.) “I Did Crimes for You” * Deerhoof * Deerhoof vs. Evil * Polyvinyl Record Co.
13.) “Buried Alive in the Blues” * Janis Joplin * Pearl * Columbia
14.) “Ventilator Blues” * The Rolling Stones * Exile on Main Street * Rolling Stones Records
15.) “So Shiny” * Pinehurst Kids * Minnesota Hotel * self-released
16.) “Oiseau Bleu” * Two Dollar Guitar * Train Songs * Smells Like Records
17.) “Feast of the Mau Mau” * Jackie-O Motherfucker * Change * Textile Records
18.) “Space Suit” * They Might Be Giants * Apollo 18 * Elektra

Sound Clips:

“Distorted piece of Coke bottle” * John Corbett * Northern Exposure
“Something something something” * Cybill Shepard and Christine Baranski * Cybill
“No!” * Gigi Edgley, et al. * Farscape

Episode 117: Good Morning Southern California (141)

DJ JustanotherDJ

DJ JustanotherDJ

Episode 117: Good Morning Southern California (141) 
(Featuring a February retrocast from our So-Cal Affiliate, hosted by DJ JustanotherDJ.)

DJ JustanotherDJ manages the Blasphuphmus Radio affiliate in Orange County, and has made a couple of appearances on this show when he was visiting the PDX area. However, this week, we bring you a retro-cast of his show from February, to give you a taste of what our show sounds like south of the border.

We have affiliates worldwide, in every city, so it is difficult to keep you abreast of everything that is happening everywhere. But DJ JustanotherDJ does an excellent job of spreading the word of Earl in his neighborhood, and this seemed like a good show to introduce you to his style. Hopefully, you like it as much as we do.

# Track * Artist * Album * Label
01.) Nausea [Edit] * X * Los Angeles * Slash Records
02.) Ready To Start * Arcade Fire * The Suburbs * Merge Records
03.) Gunfight Epiphany (Theme from Terriers) * Robert Duncan * Gunfight Epiphany (Theme from Terriers) * 20th Century Fox TV Records
04.) Pop the Trunk * The Aggrolites * Dirty Reggae * Axe Records
05.) Jet * Paul McCartney & Wings * Band On The Run * Rock Records
06.) “This whole this is some kind of big mistake” * Ash * Army of Darkness * Renaissance Pictures
07.) Les Aquarelles * Papillon * Les Aquarelles * les disques du soleil
08.) “Synchronizers” * Firefly
09.) A/B Machines * Sleigh Bells * Treats * Mom + Pop/N.E.E.T. Records
10.) Little White Horse * Quasi * American Gong * Kill Rock Stars Records
11.) “Everyone here is a crazy person.” * Buffy the Vampire Slayer
12.) Fox In A Box * Gore Gore Girls * Get The Gore * Bloodshot Records
13.) “Godzilla roar” * Godzilla
14.) The Lizard King * Groovie Ghoulies * Monster Club * Green Door Records
15.) “What’s going on?” * The West Wing
16.) Margin Walker * Fugazi * 13 Songs * Dischord Records
17.) Riot Rhythm * Sleigh Bells * Treats * Mom + Pop/N.E.E.T. Records
18.) Where Is My Mind * Maxence Cyrin * It’s Kind of a Funny Story (Music from the Motion Picture) * Rhino Records
19.) Moses * Elizabeth Fraser * Moses (Bonus Track Version) * Rough Trade Records
20.) Heaven Can Wait * Charlotte Gainsbourg * IRM * Elektra Records
21.) “Look, whatever you’re doing….” * Rygel * Farscape
22.) Still Windmills * Sky Larkin * Kaleide * Wichita Recordings
23.) Cousins * Vampire Weekend * Contra * XL Recordings
24.) 21@12 * Hot Hot Heat * Future Breeds * Dine Alone Records

KPSU Playlist

Episode 089: 1990’s Flashback



Episode 089: 1990’s Flashback (Mini-Cast #3)
(Featuring a musical journey into a long-lost and forgotten decade from yesteryear, with DJ JustantoherDJ!)

This episode also contains an A Family Affair mini-cast, as my brother calls in half-way through the show to discuss the Light The Night walk that was happening in PDX the day this show was broadcast.  Two-for-one.


1990’s Flashback
# Track * Artist * Album * Label
01.) Audrey’s Dance [Excerpt] * Angelo Badalamenti * Twin Peaks * Warner Bros. Records
02.) Red Wooden Beads * John and Mary * Victory Gardens * Rykodisk Records
03.) Native Son * The Judybats * Native Son * Warner Bros. Records
04.) “Smoking”
05.) Slow Dog * Belly * Star * Sire Records
06.) Edges [Excerpt] * Sonic Youth * SYR 4: Goodbye 20th Century * SY Records
07.) Freak Scene * Dinosaur Jr. * Bug * SST Records
08.) Surf Wax America * Weezer * Weezer * DGC Records
09.) Range Life * Pavement * Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain * Matador Records
10.) Gin and Juice * Sissy Bar * Statutory Grape * Sugar Fix Records
11.) Liquordelic * Tipsy * Trip Tease * Asphodel Records
12.) Cinnabar [Excerpt] * Tipsy * Trip Tease * Asphodel Records
13.) Noel, Jonah, and Me * The Spinanes * Manos * Sub Pop Records
14.) Creepy * Velocity Girl * “Crazy Town” b/w “Creepy” 7″ * Sub Pop Records
15.) A Family Affair Segment: Light The Night Plug * Kyle Rich * 09 October 2010 * Blasphuphmus Radio
16.) Over Now * Alice In Chains * Alice In Chains * Columbia Records
17.) Time Theory 11:11 * Miss Murgatroid
18.) Not If You Were the Last Junkie On Earth * The Dandy Warhols * …The Dandy Warhols Come Down * Capitol Records
19.) Wreck My Car * They Might Be Giants * Apollo 18 * Elektra Records
20.) Lump * The Presidents Of The United States Of America * The Presidents of the United States of America * Columibia Records
21.) Nitro Burning Funny Cars * The Dead Milkmen * Bucky Fellini * Enigma Records
22.) She Says What She Means * Sloan * Navy Blues * Murderecords
23.) Having Never Written a Note for Percussion [Excerpt] * Sonic Youth * SYR 4: Goodbye 20th Century * SY Records
24.) C’mon C’mon (We’re Gonna Get It Started) * Sloan * Navy Blues * Murderecords
25.) Gdelp Me * Cathead * Cathead: The Album! * Self-Released
26.) Welcome (Intro) [Excerpt] * Land of the Loops * Bundle of Joy * Up Records
27.) Our Happiness Is Guaranteed * Quasi * Featuring “Birds” * Up Records
28.) Dig Me Out * Sleater-Kinney * Dig Me Out * Kill Rock Stars Records
29.) Clean Up On Aisle #9 (Turn Up The Monitors) * Man… Or Astro-Man? * Is It… * Estrus Records
30.) Multi-family Garage Sale * Land of the Loops * Bundle of Joy * Up Records
31.) Slip * Carmina Piranha * Revenge Poems * Dublin Discs
32.) Awake In the Sand * Kaitlyn Ni Donovan * Songs for “Three Days” * Hush Records
33.) J’y suis jamais alle * Yann Tiersen * Amelie * Virgin Records
34.) Les jour TRISTES (instrumental) * Yann Tiersen * Amelie * Virgin Records
35.) La Valse D’Amelie * Yann Tiersen * Amelie * Virgin Records
36.) Drivin’ On 9 * The Breeders * Last Splash * 4AD Records

KPSU Playlist

Episode 047: Audience Participation b/w Electric Folk

Fairport Convention

Fairport Convention

Episode 047: Audience Participation b/w Electric Folk (w/ DJ Sackbut)
(First hour: random guest walks in & picks songs. Second hour: DJ Sackbut schools us in Electric Folk.)

Covering for What’s This Called? this week, our show expanded to a two hour block that is, for all intents and purposes, two different shows for the price of one. How, exactly, can we do that? By having an hour of rock music (picked out by myself and a bewildered member of our listening audience that wandered into the station), and then by having an hour of Electric Folk, selected by my good friend, DJ Sackbut. I hadn’t seen him in quite a while, so there were plenty of behind-the-scenes shenanigans. However, that in no way interfered with the awesome radio we were able to bring you.