No Skinny Ties

No Skinny Ties

No Skinny Ties

No Skinny Ties
(Featuring a variety of punk and post-punk selections by American bands from the ’80s to help celebrate the holiday season.)

From Ricardo Wang’s very own missive about the show:

“Start celebrating Independence on Sat. JULY 2ND from Noon to 2 PM Pacific Time as I’m joined by Austin Rich for the Annual All American Post-Punk Firework Show: NO SKINNY TIES! Wipers, Big Black, Dead Kennedys, Avengers, U-men, X, SY, Beat Nigs, and MORE! The Revolution Was Not Televised, but It Is STILL Being Broadcast.”

Two hours of Post- & punk goodies delivered through the din of holiday fireworks.  This one is not to be missed.

No Skinny Ties
# Track * Artist * Album * Label
01.) Kerosene * Big Black * Atomizer * Homestead Records
02.) The American in Me * The Avengers * The Avengers * CD Presents Records
03.) Attitude * Bad Brains * Attitude: The ROIR Sessions * ROIR
04.) Pink Houses * Avail * Dixie * Lookout! Records
05.) Turn On The News * Hüsker Dü * Zen Arcade * SST Records
06.) That’s When I Reach For My Revolver * Mission Of Burma * The Horrible Truth About Burma * Rykodisc Records
07.) Life is Cheap * Flipper * Generic * Subterranean Records
08.) Holiday In Cambodia * Dead Kennedys * Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables * Alternative Tentacles Records
09.) Gimme Gimme Gimme * Black Flag * Wasted… Again * SST Records
10.) Political Song For Michael Jackson To Sing * Minutemen * Double Nickles on the Dime * SST Records
11.) Freeze Bomb * U-Men * Solid Action * Chukie Boy Records
12.) American Woman * Butthole Surfers * Rembrandt Pussyhorse * Touch & Go Records
13.) Ragged Old Flag * Steve Fisk * 448 Deathless Days * SST Records
14.) Television * The Beatnigs * The Beatnigs * Alternative Tentacles Records
15.) In ‘N’ Out of Grace * Mudhoney * Superfuzz Bigmuff * Sub Pop Records
16.) Love Cums in Spurts * Richard Hell & the Voidoids * Blank Generation * Electra Records
17.) Neutron Bomb * The Weirdos * Weird World * Frontier Records
18.) The Fourth of July (Demo) * X * Beyond & Back: The X Anthology * Elektra Records
19.) In America * Fastbacks * Play 5 of Their Favortites * Pop Llama Records
20.) D-7 * The Wipers * Is This Real? * Weird System Records
21.) Cray Fish * Melvins * 10 Songs * Ipecac Records
22.) Ghost Bitch * Sonic Youth * Bad Moon Rising * Homestead Records
23.) Race Mixing * Teenage Jesus & the Jerks * Everything * Atavistic Records
24.) All In An Apple Orchard * Jandek * Living in a Moon So Blue * Corwood Industries
25.) West Side Story * Pere Ubu * 1980-1982 * DGC Records
26.) Let It Ride * Dinosaur Jr. * Bug * SST Records
27.) Love You Till Friday * The Replacements * Sorry Ma, Forgot to Take Out the Trash * Twin Tone Records
28.) I Spy * Beat Happening * 1983-1985 * K Records
29.) Thug * Swans * Body to Body, Job to Job * Young God Records

KPSU Playlist

Episode 097: Like This And Like That

The Whole Truth

The Whole Truth

Episode 097: Like This And Like That
(Featuring a selection of randomly selected songs in an effort to get into the mood.)

Program Playlist

This is one of the few shows that I do not have a recording of.

Like This & Like That
# Title * Artist * Album * Label
01.) Just A Gigolo / I Ain’t Got Nobody (Medley) * Louis Prima * Capitol Collectors Series * Capitol Records
02.) Song 5 * George and Caplin * 05 August 2006 Live Performance * KPSU
03.) Forget You * Cee-Lo Green * The Lady Killer
04.) I Learned The Hard Way * Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings * I Learned the Hard Way
05.) Think For Yourself * The Beatles * Rubber Soul
06.) One [Excerpt] * Krandroid The Friendly Robot * 01 July 2005 Live Performance * Blasphuphmus Radio
07.) Now That I Know * Ted Lucas * Ted Lucas
08.) One Night Stands * The News * Hot Off The Press
09.) See The Leaves * The Flaming Lips * Embryonic
10.) Shadowplay * Joy Division
11.) Carcass * Siouxsie & the Banshees * The Scream
12.) Two * Krandroid The Friendly Robot
13.) I Hate The ’80’s * The Vaselines * Sex with an X
14.) Seeking Love * Bare Wires * Seeking Love
15.) Beat On The Brat * The Vacants * “Pushin’ Too Hard” b/w “Beat On The Brat” * Beat Records
16.) I’m Warning You With Peace And Love * None More Black * Icons
17.) Hate Your Generation * The Automatics * 20 Golden Greats * Mutant Pop Records
18.) 24 Hour Donut Shop * Hairspray Blues * Sick Little Package
19.) Triforce Of Boom * Krandroid The Friendly Robot
20.) Insane * The Wipers * “Insane” b/w “Resist” Single
21.) Faking It * Jay Retard * Watch Me Fall
22.) Fever Dreaming * No Age * Everything In Between
23.) Reel * Uz Jsme Doma * Caves
24.) Dancing With The Moon * Balkan Beat Box * Blue Eyed Black Boy
25.) Castlevania * Krandroid The Friendly Robot
26.) Paleosonic * Brian Eno * Small Craft On A Milk Sea * Opal Records
27.) #9 * Moodring * Scared of Ferret
28.) On And On * Nice Nice * Extra Wow
29.) Found In Nature * Nels Cline & Devin Sarno * Edible Flowers
30.) Mask Talk * Tolouse Low Trax * Mask Talk
31.) SIGINT * Kabutogani * Bektop * Intergroove Records
32.) You Doped [Excerpt] * Sister Iodine * Flame Desastre
33.) Three * Krandroid The Friendly Robot

Episode 095: The Grumpy Punk Part V: Vinyl Soultion Part IV

Punk Record Blowout

Punk Record Blowout

Episode 095: The Grumpy Punk Part V: Vinyl Soultion Part IV
(Featuring a two-for-one deal with an installment of The Grumpy Punk, all on vinyl.)

Due to an unfortunate technical problem at KPSU this weekend, Episode 095 of Blasphuphmus Radio was not recorded, and was only available to those who listened live at 98.1 FM on the PSU campus, and at kpsu.org.

Hopefully, some of you caught it. And, if you by chance caught a recording of it too, I would love to hear it. But chances are, this one is lost to the ether. This was a two-for-one episode is some ways: it was the fifth installment of The Grumpy Punk, AND the fourth installment of Vinyl Solution. I may try to do a recreation of it someday, as it was a really fun show to DJ. But for the time being, I’ll just have to let this one go.

Next week, tune in for a very special appearance by my good buddy Will. It’s been almost a year since we teamed up for a radio show, and I think this one will be a doozy. It may even be another Grumpy Punk show. It just depends on how it all plays out.

See ya then.

The Grumpy Punk Part V: Vinyl Soultion Part IV
# Track * Artist * Album * Label
01.) Puncher * The Ventures
02.) Rosemary * The Dickies
03.) In A Jar * Dinosaur Jr.
04.) (The Original) Neutron Bomb * The Controllers
05.) Teenage * The Weirdos
06.) Victims * The Skulls
07.) I’m In Love With Your Mom * VOM
08.) Don’t Talk To Me * The Eyes
09.) Communist Eyes [Live] * Germs
10.) Cathy’s Theme * The Ventures
11.) I Don’t Care * Ramones
12.) When My Baby’s Beside Me * Big Star
13.) Doctor Please * Blue Cheer
14.) Un-Huh * Thee Headliners * We Made These Songs * We Made These Records
15.) Jesus And Tequila * Minutemen
16.) Runnin’ Strong * The Ventures
17.) Flame On! / CYBERFORCE * The 1, 4, 5s
18.) I Don’t Want To Hear It * Minor Threat
19.) I Hate Everything * Defiance
20.) Officer * Murder City Devils
21.) Coup D’etat * Circle Jerks
22.) Dripper * Brainwashers
23.) Repo Man * Iggy Pop
24.) Bamba * The Ventures
25.) Punishment Farm / Our Secret / World I Never Made * Oswald Five-O
26.) Rapunzel’s Unrest * Klorox Girls * I’m One Me Too 7″ * Grinning Idiot Records
27.) Wailer’s House Party * Satan’s Pilgrims * Haunted House Party 7″ * EmPtY Records
28.) Caroline * Pierced Arrows
29.) Wild Action * The Ventures
30.) Drinking Song * Ashtray
31.) The Loudest Voice * Straitjacket
32.) Sweet Young Thing Ain’t Sweet No More * Mudhoney
33.) Recall * Jonestown
34.) Caterpillar * Unwound
35.) In Half * Sleep Capsule
36.) Vast Deference * The Miss
37.) The End Of All Things * NoMeansNo
38.) Jigsaw Feeling * Siouxie and the Banshees
39.) When The Shit Hits The Fan * Circle Jerks
40.) Lonely Karen * The Ventures
41.) I’ll Never Get Out Of This World Alive * Hank Williams

KPSU Playlist

signal-to-noise ratio w/ Enemies of Carlotta, LIVE!

Enemies of Carlotta on signal-to-noise ratio!

Enemies of Carlotta on signal-to-noise ratio!

signal-to-noise ratio w/ Enemies of Carlotta, LIVE!

Flickr Photoset.

Not one to turn down a favor for Ranger Mike, I was more than happy to render my sound services for an up-and-coming math-metal group comprised of a number of KPSU alum.

Both Sean and Johnny have made a number of appearances on KPSU in a variety of incarnations and permutations, so it was really excellent to see them in their latest form. Hopefully you’ll be seeing these guys around town more often, but for the time being you can enjoy them via this incredible on-air performance. Honest: you need to hear this one. It’s pretty much one of the best bands I’ve gotten to record.

Enemies of Carlotta

Enemies of Carlotta

I’ll be appearing on the last two episodes of signal-to-noise ratio in two different capacities, and the episode on the 31st is a two-hour show (extending into All 7″). Ranger Mike will be leaving KPSU to pursue a wife and a job, and we hate to see him go. But life goes on, and we’ll have to enjoy the precious little time we have left with him. Honestly, all of radio will be suffering with his absence. I will do my best to work double-time in an effort to fill the void he will leave behind, but there really isn’t anything like the real thing. Good luck, where ever you end up.

See ya soon.

signal-to-noise ratio w/ The Ax, LIVE!

The Ax on signal-to-noise ratio

The Ax

signal-to-noise ratio w/ The Ax, LIVE!
(Featuring a live performance, DJ set, and interview with local rock duo, The Ax!)

Flickr Photoset

Always looking to lend a hand for my good friends at signal-to-noise ratio, I stopped by KPSU last night to run sound for an excellent local band that were kind enough to grace The Station with their presence. Ob-soive.

I always enjoy working with Ranger Mike, but this band was more than worth the usual bribes and favors that he offers when I come in to run sound. I highly recommend checking out their record, Our Queen of Dirt, and look for a split 7″ they put out with a French group whose name escapes me. These guys not only rocked quite a bit, but were some of the nicest folks I ever met.

How’s It Named? w/ The Passengers, LIVE!

The Passengers

The Passengers

How’s It Named? w/ The Passengers, LIVE!
(Featuring DJing, musical selections, hosted by Ricardo Wang, and then a live performance by The Passengers, and an interview hosted by myself.)

I ran sound for What’s This Called?, which ended up being a two-hour episode of How’s It Named?  Special thanks to Hao, our web-director, for accommodating us during all the craziness, and to Chad Clark, our tech-director who tag-teamed the live sound for The Passengers. Can I get a Hell yeah?

What’s This Called? w/ Night of the Living Tongue, LIVE!

Jennifer Robin, hostess of Night Of The Living Tongue

Jennifer Robin, hostess of Night Of The Living Tongue

Night of the Living Tongue on What’s This Called?, LIVE!

While I did not run live sound for this appearance by Night of the Living Tongue, I did perform as part of the show, playing the ukulele my mom gave me, and later, playing a Dead Air Fresheners CD case for percussion. Night of the Living Tongue was a show that used to appear on KBOO, that took an improvised form while it was on the air, hosted and run by Jennifer Robin, a current collaborator of the aforementioned Dead Air Fresheners. This one is full of spoken word and noise, so don’t say I didn’t warn you.

However, I am saying: you should listen to it.

What’s This Called? w/ New Red Sun, LIVE!

New Red Sun

New Red Sun

What’s This Called? w/ New Red Sun, LIVE!
(Featuring a live performance by, you guessed it, New Red Sun.)

This week, Ricardo Wang and I switched time slots so he could bring you a live performance by local experimental rockers, New Red Sun! (I keep thinking of Superman Comics when I hear that name.)  Of course, I ran the sound for it, and have to say, this performance is a must-listen!

Theme From The A-Team

Theme From The A-Team

Theme From The A-Team

Theme From The A-Team (KPSU Phase I Episode 156)

Playlist:

01.) Theme From The A-Team * Mike Post and Pete Carpenter * The A-Team: Music From The Original Television Score
02.) Oskar Beck * The Ex * Dizzy Spells
03.) Soft Temple * Grails * Burning Off Impurities
04.) Corsa Sui Tetti [L’Uccello Con Le Piume Di Cristallo, 1969] * Ennio Morricone * Crime And Dissonance
05.) Summer Freeze * Unwound * Leaves Turn Inside You
06.) The A-Team Prepare For War * Mike Post and Pete Carpenter * The A-Team: Music From The Original Television Score
07.) Middle * Rocket From The Crypt * Scream, Dracula, Scream!
08.) Dope Smokin’ Moron * The Replacements * Stink
09.) Pachuko Soul * The El Caminos * Reverb Explosion
10.) Dueling Banshees * KARP * Moustaches Wild
11.) Be Forewarned * Pentagram * First Daze Here Too
12.) Black Cord * Bob Crane * His Mighty Hurrican Machine
13.) Petulant Bureaucrats Pummeled With Peanut Butter * Fat Worm of Error * Pregnant Babies w/ Pregnant Babies
14.) Philosophy Of The World * The Shaggs * Songs In The Key Of Z
15.) Nice B-O-R-E Guy & Boyoyo Touch * Boredoms * Pop Tatari
16.) Baby * OS Mutantes * Everything Is Possible

KPSU Playlist

Isosceles Diego

Isosceles Diego

Isosceles Diego

Isosceles Diego (KPSU Phase I Episode 147)

At this time, our program was on the air from 9 – 10 PM.

01.) Pierwszy * Wakacje w Rzymie * 7″
02.) Orange Song * Antietam * S/T
03.) Insincere Inspiration * Eleventh Dream Day * Zeroes and Ones
04.) You Can’t Be Funky * Bush Tetras * Boom in the Night
05.) You * Au Pairs * 7″
06.) Careen * Embarrassment * Heyday
07.) Really Strange and Weird Things * Sein Sah Thin * Princess Nicotine
08.) Nataque tempo * Pixinguinha * —
09.) Hoy amanecio * Los Gatos * Obras cumbres
10.) Que pasara * Cafe Tacuba * Cuatro caminos
11.) The Boogie Monster * Gnarls Barkley * St. Elsewhere
12.) For Your Infarmation * The Cedars * 7″
13.) O, O, O * Sarlo Akrobata * Bistriji ili tuplji
14.) Modern Modes * The Brogues * 7″
15.) I Had an Excellent Dream * The Dentists * Some People Are On The Pitch They Think It’s All Over It Is Now
16.) Gdy Nie Ma Dzieci * Kult

KPSU Playlist

Lyra Cyst

Lyra Cyst

Lyra Cyst

Lyra Cyst (KPSU Phase I Episode 136)

01.) Zeytinyagli * Mustafa Ozkent * Genclik Ile Elele
02.) D-7 * The Wipers * Is This Real?
03.) Alternative Ulster * Stiff Little Fingers * All The Best
04.) Tokyo Gold * Murder City Devils * 7″
05.) Uskudar * Mustafa Ozkent * Genclik Ile Elele
06.) Running Out Of Time * Dead Moon * Hard Wired in Ljubljana
07.) D.M.S.O. * Dead Kennedys * Bedtime for Democracy
08.) Ounce Of Prevention * …And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead * …And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead
09.) Invisible City * Gordon Taylor * In-Studio Performance 12/13/05
10.) Dolana * Mustafa Ozkent * Genclik Ile Elele
11.) Cheap Tragedies * The Avengers * The Avengers
12.) White Girl * X * Beyond And Back: The X Anthology
13.) Search & Destroy * The Stooges * Raw Power
14.) Blow Up * The Dils * Rat Music For Rat People
15.) Shemp * Dance Card * In-Studio Performance 04/12/05
16.) I’m Waiting For My Man * The Velvet Underground * The Best Of…
17.) Neat Neat Neat * The Damned * DIY: Anarchy In The UK: UK Punk (1976-77)

KPSU Playlist

John Callahan

John Callahan

John Callahan

John Callahan (Live Friday 082)

John Callahan, guest hosted by Arya Imig.

Playlist:

01.) Summer Never Ends * John Callahan * Live at Music Millennium
02.) Purple Winos In The Rain * John Callahan * Live at Music Millennium
03.) Queen Of Sheba * John Callahan * Live at Music Millennium
04.) Suicide In The Fall * John Callahan * Live at Music Millenium
05.) Texas When You Go * John Callahan * Live at Music Millennium
06.) Touch Me Someplace I Can Feel * John Callahan * Live at Music Millennium

07.) Blind Willie McTell * Bob Dylan * The Bootleg Series, Vols. 1-3 : Rare And Unreleased, 1961-1991
08.) Dark Eyes * Bob Dylan * Empire Burlesque
09.) Tears From The Rain (Tom Waits version) * John Callahan * Purple Winos In The Rain
10.) You Can Never Hold Back Spring * Tom Waits * Brawlers, Bawlers, And Bastards
11.) Tell Me * Bob Dylan * The Bootleg Series, Vols. 1-3 : Rare And Unreleased, 1961-1991

KPSU Playlist

The Baron

The Baron!

The Baron!

The Baron (KPSU Phase I Episode 110)

Feeling frisky, confused, excited, dancy, and just a little bit like man’s futility in a meaningless Universe is a little too much to bear? Then this is the show for you! In a bit of a strange mood, I brought in some of the weirder things that put me in the mood. We start off with a little Mad Monster Party, and take it all the way to the other extreme, ending with the hottest (and most horny-inducing) Stooges song EVER! In the meantime a lot of other choice tunes turn up: Coachwhips, Little Fyodor, Acid Mothers Temple, you name it! But it all comes back to that’s confused grip on the world around you… what better way to make sense of it than here?  At this time, our program was on from 9 – 10 PM.

The Playlist:

01.) The Baron * Maury Laws * Mad Monster Party
02.) Track 04 * Voltage * Building The Bass Castle Vol. I
03.) Forever * Yuma Nora * Red Train Graphing The Sunset Of All
04.) Macbeth * Ciccone Youth * The Whitey Album

05.) Lakes In Space * Zach Hill And Mick Barr * Shred Earthship
06.) Progressive Rock Medley * Ruins * Pallaschtom
07.) Hands On… * Coachwhips * Double Death
08.) I Want An Ugly Girl * Little Fyodor * The Very Best Of Little Fyodor’s Greatest Hits
09.) Phantom Fire Ball * Acid Mothers Temple & The Cosmic Inferno * “Another Band From The Cosmic Inferno European Tour 2005” Cosmic Funeral Route 666

10.) Antigravity * Pink Mountain * Pink Mountain
11.) I Ain’t Got None * Jandek * Interstellar Discussion
12.) Heel Toe * Dance Card * Waterlogged
13.) This Time * The Wipers * Over The Edge

14.) New Years Eve In A Haunted House * Raymond Scott * Reckless Nights And Turkish Twilights
15.) Hit It And Quit It * Funkadelic * Maggot Brain
16.) Fun House * The Stooges * Fun House

KPSU Playlist

Angel City Outcasts, LIVE!

Angel City Outcasts

Angel City Outcasts

Angel City Outcasts, LIVE! (Phase I Episode 109)

Usually when your sound man tries to book a band for you, it’s normal to be skeptical. But Jasun went all out by recommending The Angel City Outcasts, and punk / rock / metal explosion of beer drinking, show-attending, good-time music. Their two albums out now are fantastic, and having toured with some big bands makes these guys some seasoned professionals. We brought ’em down for a live set and an interview, proving that there’s a little Angel City Outcast in us all.  5 P.M. – 6 P.M.  (Last Tuesday Afternoon Show… Ever!)


20 Jazz Funk Greats

20 Jazz Funk Greats

20 Jazz Funk Greats

20 Jazz Funk Greats (KPSU Phase I Episode 106)

As one of my last Tuesday afternoon shows, I pulled out all the stops and turned everything up to 11. The new Boris kicks major ass, I previewed the up-and-commers New Bloods, and Aids Wolf is hitting the spot ohh-so-much these days. I plugged the hell out of my new time-slot (Wednesday Nights, 9 PM), and new listeners can think of this show as a blueprint for the kind of things they’ll hear if they tune in. Hope you caught this one live, cause our archive couldn’t handle this one. It was just TOO good.

01.) 20 Jazz Funk Greats * Throbbing Gristle * Throbbing Gristle’s Greatest Hits
02.) Simon Legree * Thrones * Day Late, Dollar Short
03.) Woman On The Screen * Boris * Pink
04.) Korromda Peimm * Ruins * Pallaschtom
05.) Guess I’m Fallin’ In Love * Coachwhips * Double Death
06.) Be * The Hospitals * I’ve Visited The Land Of Jocks And Jazz
07.) Dkf-Ma * Yoshida Tatsuya * Drums, Voices, Keyboards & Guitar
08.) Nothing * DMBQ * The Essential Sounds From The Far East
09.) Opposing Walls * AIDS Wolf * The Lovvers LP
10.) This Is The Place * New Bloods * Live @ Dekum Manor
11.) Mastiff Mix * Pink Mountain * Pink Mountain
12.) Savage Composition * Don Caballero * World Class Listening Problem
13.) Concorde * Chevreuil * Capoeira
14.) I Denounce The Government * Stinking Lizaveta * Caught Between Worlds
15.) Headdresses In The Day Of Nathan * Zach Hill And Mick Barr * Shred Earthship
16.) Track 01 * Ocrilim * Anoint
17.) In Disguise * Yuma Nora * Jewels In The Snakepit
18.) Drastic Classicism * Rhys Chatham * Die Donnergotter (The Thundergods)

KPSU Playlist

Blue Skies For Black Hearts, LIVE!

Blue Skies For Black Hearts

Blue Skies For Black Hearts

Blue Skies For Black Hearts, LIVE! (Live Friday 060)

After the break up of his riotous garage band Big Jim, lead singer/songwriter and self-taught producer Pat Kearns left the roaring guitars, bloody fingers and drug hazed nights behind and holed up in his own Studio 13 to record what would become the critically lauded debut album This Black Heart is Gonna Break, a work lush with warm, layered guitars and keyboards and peppered with delicate yet brooding pop melodies. He then set about putting together Blue Skies For Black Hearts to interpret the new sound. While the band came together quickly, there was a period of instability that to a while to level out. Now, with a line-up that’s ready to rock and a new album under their belt (Love Is Not Enough) the band is ready to prove to everyone that it isn’t just buzz that’s carrying the band. To see for yourself, why not check them out here on Live Friday?

Talkdemonic, LIVE!

Talkdemonic

Talkdemonic

Talkdemonic, LIVE! (Live Friday 053)

Local stars in the PDX music scene, Talkdemonic is Kevin O’Connor (drums, synths, pianos, programming, bass, accordion, banjo, guitar, rhodes, wurlitzer, etc.) and Lisa Molinaro (viola and synths). What began in 2002 as a recording project soon evolved into a full album, recorded over a year in basements, bedrooms, and at a real studio. A flurry of touring and playing out following, and another album surfaced last year. Their songs are beautifully crafted electro pop, combining the organic and synthetic, old and new, in ways that have really generated a big fan base, and not just in PDX. But the only way to really get a feel for what they do is to tune in, this Friday.   Special Guest Host: Patrick!

The Wires, LIVE!

The Wires

The Wires

The Wires, LIVE! (Live Friday 045)

The Wires are a shining example of the potential for garage rock to shake off its trappings and sound urgent and unusual rather than maintain the status quo of heavy distortion, lo-fi recording and flaming dice tattoos on every band member. Although the new Portland trio’s recordings worship at the altar of original mono retro-rockers Dead Moon, the Wires’ simple and sublime style actually seems more reminiscent of the honest romanticism of Jonathan Richman & the Modern Lovers.” DAVE CLIFFFORD (Willamette Week).  Guest Host: Arya Imig


Black Market Babies, LIVE!

Black Market Babies

Black Market Babies

Black Market Babies, LIVE! (Live Friday 044)

Black Market Babies, hailing from Portland, Oregon are a high energy four piece hard-rock outfit with punk sensibilities. Guitarist Bootsy Mayhem’s classic style of rock n’roll playing blends perfectly with the urgent pounding of the rhythm section, which consists of Special K manning the bass and Meatbag behind the kit. Add to the mix Tobias Jongeward, perhaps the most charismatic and unpredictable frontman to take the stage on any given night, and the unit is complete.  Special Guest Host: Reverend Kate!

Hooray For Tuesdays w/ DJ Debeers, aka The Diamondkutta

DJ Debeers

DJ Debeers

Hooray For Tuesdays w/ DJ Debeers, aka The Diamondkutta (KPSU Phase I Episode 073)

For this show, I did a special presentation of an old KPSU standard, “Hooray For Tuesdays,” with DJ Debeers, aka The Diamondkutta. Debeers was the backbone of KPSU for a long time, and the host of “Live Friday” for almost three years. He’s also extremely active in the PDX-Pop scene locally, and has been an indie-rock mover and shaker for quite some time. For this show, Debeers presented some of his new favorite indie-rock hits in a pre-packaged show he did at home. This may be a recurring feature, so stay tuned for future shows.  At this time our show was on from 5 P.M. – 6 P.M.

Nuggets w/ DJ Revolting Earwig

Original Artyfacts

Original Artyfacts

Nuggets w/ DJ Revolting Earwig (KPSU Phase I Episode 039)

At this time we were on the air from 5 P.M. – 6 P.M.

01.) Hang In * Question Mark
02.) Last Time Around * Del Vetts
03.) Jack of Diamonds * Daily Flash
04.) Why Do I Cry? * The Remains
05.) Run Run Run * The Gestures
06.) Can’t Seem to Make You Mine * The Seeds
07.) Fight Fire * Golliwogs
08.) I’m Gonna Make You Mine * Shadows of Knight
09.) Primitive * Groupies
10.) The Bomb * Dan and Dale
11.) Strychnine * Sonics
12.) Let it Out * Hombres
13.) No Friend of Mine * Sparkles
14.) Optical Sound * Human Expression
15.) Going All the Way * Squires
16.) Incense and Peppermints * Strawberry Alarm Clock
17.) Knock, Knock * Humane Society
18.) Double Shot of My Baby’s Love * Swingin’ Medallions
19.) You Must Be a Witch * Lollipop Shoppe

Time Bomb

Surf's Up

Surf’s Up

Time Bomb (KPSU Phase I Episode 032)

At this time, our program was on from 4 P.M. – 6 P.M.  This was my last broadcast during the 4 P.M. hour.  From now on, all shows will be 1 Hour long, starting at 5 P.M.  This show also went un-archived.

01.) Time Bomb * Man… Or Astro Man?
02.) No Fun * The Stooges
03.) Now * King Beez
04.) Piece Of Jewelry * The Ardels
05.) I’d Gladly Pay * Lost Generation
06.) Cause You Don’t Love Me * The Odds & Ends
07.) Not Fade Away * End
08.) Put Her Down * The Wooly Ones
09.) Don’t Press Your Luck * Primates
10.) You Know You Know * The Sultans 5
11.) Misirlou * Dick Dale & His Del-Tones
12.) Surf Beat * The Lively Ones
13.) Rootin’ Around For Ramona * The Phantom Surfers
14.) I Wanna See You Bellydance * Red Elvises
15.) Bullwinkle Pt. II * The Centurions
16.) Jim Cole * The Oblivians
17.) The Pipe * The Sentinals
18.) Surfin’ Bird * The Trashmen
19.) Surfari * Surfaris
20.) Chicken Grabber * Nite Hawks
21.) Rumble * Link Wray
22.) Monkey Farm * The Tiki Tones
23.) Popcorn Crabula * Man… Or Astro-Man?
24.) Pipeline * Chantays
25.) Ah Ha Crazy Pt. I * The James Boys
26.) Beware * Big Beats
27.) Moongoon Twist * Moongooners
28.) Coffee, Tea Or Me * Fink Muncx Four
29.) Soul Food * American Four
30.) Surf Wax America * Weezer
31.) Mister Bongos * Preston Epps
32.) Sleepless Nights * Ravens
33.) Yo Yo’s Pad * Yo Yo Hashi
34.) Jezebel * Teddy Boys
35.) Karate * The Bedwells
36.) How Can I Make Her Mine * Bobby Roberts & The Raveons
37.) Spanish Twist * Rollercoasters
38.) Hey Bo Diddley * Temptations
39.) Havanagila * NP Ultra
40.) Don’t Sit Down * The Rockyfellers
41.) Maker Her Cry * Undecyded
42.) Tobago * Eden Ahbez
43.) I Told You So * Avengers
44.) Drum City Pt. II * Gary “Spider” Webb
45.) We Got Some * Lincolns
46.) She Was A Mau-Mau * Bob Ridgley
47.) I Gotta Move * The King-Beez

Sinking Body

Sinking Body

Sinking Body

Sinking Body (KPSU Phase I Episode 030)

This Show Started Late Due To Technical Difficulties. Additionally, This Show Was Not Archived Either.  4:15 P.M. – 6 P.M.

Playlist:

01.) Inclusion of the Shape * Sinking Body
01.) American Woman * Butthole Surfers
03.) Drop Out * Converge
04.) Old World Vulture * The Minor Times
05.) My First Restraining Order * Drowningman
06.) Prison Warden * Men’s Recovery Project
07.) Memphis Will Be Laid To Waste * Norma Jean
08.) Thumbsucker * Pig Destroyer
09.) Sludgefest * Dinosour Jr.
10.) Closed Casket Requiem * The Black Dahlia Murder
11.) Everybody I Went To High School With Is Dead * Mr. Bungle
12.) Splittery Splat * The Electric Eeels
13.) One With The Underdogs * Terror
14.) The Loss * Figure Four
15.) Halid Invalid Hari * Rambo Amadeus
16.) For The Record * Stretch Arm Strong
17.) Better A Corpse Than A Nun * Hot Cross
18.) Pac Man Fever * Buckner & Garcia
19.) Mom, I Gave The Cat Some Acid * The Happy Flowers
20.) Antiworld * Nina Hagen
21.) Why Hyenas Laugh * Most Precious Blood
22.) Live From The Russion Compound * The Locust
23.) Living In These Star Wars (Disco) * The Rebel Force Band
24.) New Millennium Cyanide Christ * Meshuggah
25.) Electricity * Racebannon
26.) Two Headed Baby * Neutered Prunes
27.) Untitled * Danny And The Nightmares
28.) Car Bomb * Negativland
29.) The Hurdy Gurdy Man * Butthole Surfers
30.) Crystal Liason * The Fugs
31.) Operating Room Of An Ancient Roman Doctor * Sinking Body

Powerpoint

Power Point

Power Point

Powerpoint (KPSU Phase I Episode 012)

4 P.M. – 6 P.M.

Playlist

01.) Powerpoint * The Fucking Am
02.) Off This Century * Unwound
03.) Gauze * KARP
04.) Jungle Jim * Rodan
05.) Pull The Cup * Shellac
06.) Burnsome * The Ex
07.) Take It With A Grain Of Salt * June Of 44
08.) I Only Said * My Bloody Valentine
09.) Brainville * The Flaming Lips
10.) Section 1: Have a Day / Celebratory * The Polyphonic Spree
11.) Flutes Of Chi * Ween
12.) Pink Frosty Demo * Fugazi
13.) The Emperor Of Antarctica * The Kung Fu’s
14.) Half Half & Half * The Oxes
15.) Sentimental Man * The Dismemberment Plan
16.) Relative Ways * …And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead
17.) Don, Aman * Slint
18.) Stanley Kubrick * Mogwai
19.) P, P, P, antless * Don Caballero
20.) I’ll Be Around * The Wipers
21.) Expressway To Yr Skull * Sonic Youth
22.) Never Ending Math Equation * Modest Mouse
23.) The Sound Of Confusion * Spacemen 3
24.) 1972 * Giant Sand
25.) Extra Man * The Fucking Champs