Wednesday, August 26, 2009

FFFreakout #177 (Aired on 8/27/09)

Johnny Cash - Folsom Prison Blues
Johnny Cash - Redemption Song (w/ Joe Strummer)
Julian Plenti - Skyscraper
New Order - Love Vigilantes
Pop Levi - Wannamama
T. Rex - Jeepster
Six Organs of Admittance - Words For Two
Theo Angell - A Crime From the Vine
Black Tambourine - For Ex-Lovers Only
The Supremes - Where Did Our Love Go
The British Expeditionary Force - The Engine
Elvis Costello - No Hiding Place
Old 97's - Victoria
Talking Heads - Pulled Up
Headless Heroes - Just One Time
Blank Dogs - Blue Lights

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

FFFreakout #176 (Aired on 8/20/09)

Oneida - Brownout in Lagos
Julian Lynch - Venom
Ducktails - The Mall
Kiila - Fireburnfoot
Crystal Castles - Good Time
Rolling Stones - Monkey Man
Jay Reatard - Before I Was Caught
Jack Penate - Tonight's Today
R.E.M. - World Leader Pretend
Ha Ha Tonka - Hold My Feet to the Fire
Waco Brothers - Waco Express
Ben Weaver - Red Red Fox
Deadstring Brothers - Tennessee Sure Enough
Alejandro Escovedo - Always A Friend
The Bottle Rockets Better Than Broken

Check out the Bloodshot Records website for more information about their 15th Anniversary Beer-B-Q Event taking place in Minneapolis this Sunday.

Thursday, August 13, 2009

FFFreakout #175 (Aired on 8/13/09)

Dirty Projectors - The Bride
The Big Pink - Velvet
Love and Rockets - Yin and Yang (The Flowerpot Man)
Green Day - Peacemaker
Tubeway Army - Our Friends Electric
The Antlers - Bear
Vivian Girls - Where Do You Run To
Sic Alps - Who Has Time To Protest
Kraus - O'erdose
Chris Knox - Half-Man/Half-Mole
Discovery - Osaka Loop Line
Dimitri from Paris - Une Very Stylish Fille
James Brown - Get Up Offa That Thing
Meteor & Demjen Ferenc - Kivanj te is nekem szep, jo ejszakat
Alejandro Escovedo - Real As An Animal

Anyone who tunes in to our show on a regular basis knows how much we like Pumice. One of his fellow New Zealanders, and some time collaborator, Kraus also is churning out some wonderfully demented sounds of his own. Check out the Free Music Archive website for a generous sampling of his music.

Wednesday, August 05, 2009

FFFreakout #174 (Aired on 8/6/09)

Link Wray - Handclapper
Pissed Jeans - False Jesii Part 2
Oneida - The Life You Preferred
Tortoise - Prepare Your Coffin
Julian Lynch - Track 8 from "Born 2 Run" CDr
Blackout Beach - The Roman
Nico - Sagen Die Gelehrten
Amen Dunes - Fleshless Esta Mira Wife of Space
Sam and the Plants - Never or Now
Maher Shalal Hash Baz - Different Daylight
Times New Viking - A Lot of Paintings
Reykiavik! - Repticon
The Nocturnes - Trojan
Betty Davis - Game is my Middle Name
A Tribe Called Quest - Excursions

As mentioned on today's show, been lovin' the sounds that Julian Lynch has been creatin'. You can get caught up real quick and for real cheap by heading over to his website and purchasing his three CD-rs (well worth it). In addition, he has a new full-length LP coming out on Olde English Spelling Bee called "Orange You Glad", as well as a split seven inch with the equally great Ducktails on Underwater Peoples.