through the Christmas break:
Andrew Weatherall - 6 Mix special on Screamadelica
- Sadly no stories whatsoever on the making of the album, just the genial producer playing stuff that he and Boaby G were listening to at the time.
Tony Martin & Ed Kavalee - Summer_Lovin_Podcast_3
- Taken aback by the #1 iTunes hit status of the first two podcasts, they hastily cobble together another one with Ed on the phone from family Christmas in Sydney. More, please.
FACT mix 210 - Bjorn Torske (Dec ‘10)
- Norwegian fringemeister puts together almost two hours of chilled pop and cocktail house.
DJ Shadow - Skratchcon Rehearsal Mix, September 27th, 2000
- 20 minute show-off set.
Fila Brazillia - Victoria
Fila Brazillia – Albert
- Mix-CD made for an art gallery soundtrack. Feels like walking around some white cubes and avoiding smaller, sweaty cubes of cheese, indeed.
Mr. Paul F. Tompkins - PodFTompkast_Ep1-V2
- A good mix of light chat, plugs, an interview and sketches. Solid gold for the phone conversation between Ice-T and Andrew Lloyd Webber
3RRR The Party Show 2010-12-05
- Two hours of shambolic Year In Movies chat, with Working Dog’s Greg Sitch and Michael Hirsh, and Tony Martin saying he hasn’t bothered going to the cinema in the oh-ten because it’s not going to be as good as staying home and watching two episodes of Breaking Bad S3.
The Tobolowsky Files Ep. 35 - Play It As It Lays
- No showbiz tales here, just a charming story about post-divorce depression.
BeatsInSpace-06.15.10 Part1 with Michael Mayer
BeatsInSpace-06.15.10 Part2 with Tim Sweeney
- Mayer actually in-studio for this one, which is always nice.
Comedy Death Ray - cdr5.7.10
- Sarah Silverman is the world’s most gullible person.
- Smooth driving-home music.
FACT Mix 182 - Four Tet (Sep ‘10)
- “Home listening.”
Savage Love 206
- In which Dan rolls his damn eyes at bisexuals.
Savage Love 207
- In which Dan rolls his damn eyes at one bisexual.
The Tobolowsky Files Ep. 37 - Chasing the Laugh
- About the inefficacy of trying for laughs when playing comedy. Jane Lynch gets bigged up.
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- Interview with the lead team on Toy Story 3.
FACT Mix 70 - The xx
- Relistened a year and a half later, having properly fallen in love with the band in the meantime.
- Tony Martin gets discussed as being “pedantic” by a mate of the bloke that fired him, this is taken as a good thing by the woman who’d just hired him.
(pretend this was posted on Christmas Eve)
Bill Drummond - Belfast, Reimagining The City (BBC R4 - Tue March 9th 2010)
- Splendid piece of radio, with just enough sound cues to carry King Boy D’s narration of some of his favourite moments in and associated with the city, from touring the Bunnymen to his Soup Line art project.
Strictly Kev – Solid Steel 10-05-07-01
Moon Wiring Club - Solid Steel 10-05-07-02
- Both halves of this show are on the laid-back and psychedelic tip, and make for great lying on a sunny sofa, reading, background.
The Tobolowsky Files Ep. 29 - The Classic
- Finally, Ned Ryerson busts out with the behind-the-scenes Groundhog Day stories.
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- Have’t seen any of Bored To Death S3 yet, but was lolling at this interview with Jason Schwartzman already.
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- where can I find an Australian massage therapist like the one the girl complains about/gets wet over in this ep?
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- Short piece about FDR and Eleanor Roosevelt’s “unorthodox” marriage.
- thought this would be three hours of greatest hits, but is almost entirely enthusiastic fans and famous folks phoning in to big up the show. Still entertaining!
Tony Martin - 774 ABC Conversation Hour 2010-11-09
- with Anthony Warlow and the dude who made Monsters. This is an off-air with extra chit-chat not included in the podversion.
The Tobolowsky Files Bonus Ep. - FAQ
- In which he asks himself the questions he wishes he was asked more often.
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- Interview with a dude who spent eight years writing a book about the Smothers Brothers.
Pharrell & The Yessirs - Out Of My Mind
- ?uestlove puts together a live band to re-play the backing tracks from Pharrell’s solo album In My Mind. Not having heard the original, the main take-away here is “holy shit is Skateboard P’s love game immature.”
J.Period Live Mixtape (Illadelph Edition) EP
- in the vein of those great single-artist best-of mixes he does with lot of new covers and blends and whatnot, here’s a short album’s worth of Black Thought going live over 20 years of classic beats.
Tony Martin & Ed Kavalee – Summer Lovin’ Podcast 1
- Under the auspices of Nova, the living Get This team reunite to test the on-air chemistry, with such guests as Some Nerd Who Went To Speed-Dating. The magic’s still there!
Kevin Smith, Neil Gaiman and Amanda Palmer – Starfucking at Smodcastle
- The devolvement of Smith’s public persona over the last fifteen years to smutty, insular manchild (with an incredible touchiness about any legitimate criticism of his work) has made this viewer wary of his expansive direct-to-fans connectivity, but the potty-mouthed folksiness works really well here at getting intimate, relaxed conversation out of his guests. There’s almost two hours of engaging chat, then a 40-minute live set by Palmer (which could have been half an hour if they’d edited it for audio, not video – there is no video version available), and half an hour or so of reading and semi-play-acting by the three from Gaiman works. US$2.70 to charity now, free later.
Savage Love 202
- Adam Carolla gets to drop in on the phone on the last one, to offer advice on whether a girl should stand her ground on not having a FFM threeway unless her boyfriend agrees to an MMF one as well. His nuanced appreciation of female sexuality meshes well with the Savage Love style, as you’d expect.
Severed Heads – Cuisine
- I bought a handful of new and reissue CDs from Sevcom a few years ago, and have yet to play any of them. And yet, when he makes bits of back catalogue free to download, I always manage to give them a download and couple of listens. Obviously, this behaviour ought to tell me to stop bothering to clutter my house with cardboard and plastic for music listening, but I don’t listen to it.
Skillz, Jazzy Jeff and J. Period – Infamous Quotes
- Basically a chance for Skillz to chat to you for an hour. Since giving up on the music business per se, dude has become such an amiable presence to spend time with, first with the Wrap-Ups and now just doing whatever comes across his path.
Andrew Weatherall - A Love From Outer Space (19 August 2010)
- Giveaway CD from a recent regular night – amusing in that it’s broken into tracks for the first twenty minutes, then is just one long Track 5 for the last 50 minutes. Obv ran out of time before the gig!
Best Show on WFMU - Episode from 8/10/2010
- Monster show with Wurster in the studio for almost two hours, talking about the blues’n’roll band he has with Barack Obama in DC, and the secret steam-letting-off habits of the past presidents.
FACT Mix 183 - Baths (Sep ‘10)
- Quiet chillage.
New Order – The Venue, Blackpool
- Sometime in the 80s – pretty rough audience boot.
FACT mix 187 - El Guincho (Sep ‘10)
- Not a mix at all, more a sampler of - I guess – Spanish music, wherein he plays minute-long excerpts of various stuff at varying volume levels, mastering quality and - probably – bitrate, then on to the next one.
Rex The Dog - ROB DA BANK - BBC Radio1- 13-07-2009
-heavily robot-themed mix, oddly. Inspired by Strictly Kev’s one?
Best Show on WFMU - Matthew Tompkins Works for ABC Now (originally aired on May 29, 2007)
- Possibly inspired more by Scharpling’s day job than Wurster’s.
Australian Oz Rock Classics as Interpreted By American Song Poem Companies
- Amazing art project by Lucas Abela, that does exactly what it says on the tin. In particular, the “Nashville Song Service” versions of Cheap Wine, The Boys Light Up and Boys In Town sound like they could become US radio hits tomorrow. And should!
Timex Social Club / Beastie Boys / LL Cool J / Whodini / Run DMC – Krush Groove Tour at Madison Square Garden (July 19, 1986)
- Astounding line-up, unlistenable tape – distorted, single-channel, mostly screams with the occasional tinny 808 clap and very occasionally-audible lyric.
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- It’s taken me about eight months to get around to this 1980s music theory lecture by Laurie Anderson, and it was so dry that I only made it about six minutes in.
The Tobolowsky Files Ep. 16 - Dating Tips for Actors
- Including proof of how lying gets chicks, and how hard it is to dance on Glee.
Savage Love 200
- Featuring exactly no content commemorating the double hundreds.
Tony Martin & Tony Wilson - 2010-10-15 2 Tones on RRR
- Great work from a charming racist on the blower. He supports all indigienous peoples, like the noble Red Indian, but wants Aborigines to shut up because it would have been worse if the Japs had found Australia first.
Best Show on WFMU - A Call from a Drunk Driver (originally aired on January 9, 2007)
-sequel to the To Catch A Predator caller.
Guardian Music Weekly: Norman Jay + The Jolly Boys
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Rainn Wilson names some good and bad movies on Morning Edition.
Severed Heads – Piscatorial
- The oddball album’s worth of “bonus tracks” that come with current versions of Cuisine.
Been working weekends, and 12-hour days during the week, with no time for pretty much anything else after hours (apart from gigs, obv), so here’s a few weeks at once:
Enzology Part 05 - Frenzy (1978-1979)
- Fantastic bit of work on this one, interspersing many players enthusiastic memories of one shitty bush festival where everything went wrong but they played a blinder, turning their entire morale around, with just enough grabs of a slightly-crappy tape of the show itself. Quality radio-making.
WLP087 Nicolas Jaar Live, Label Showcase at the Bunker
- This mix is more propulsive than the RA one; doing lots of the same layering and building tricks but not quite as show-offily (or maybe just in a less developed way, since it’s so much older)
The Dresden Dolls – A Is For Accident
- Live album from a few years back, recently offered on Bandcamp for free when they started their reunion/10th anniversary tour. Not because it’s live, but because it’s the only record they control the rights to.
Underworld – iTunes Live
- Album-length live set – not as on fire as the Ibiza set from the Essential mix, but the dudes are definitely on form this year.
Savage Love 199
- Jawdrop at the chick who dumped her boyfriend, who then the next day was hit by a car and lost his short-term memory, so she has to keep breaking up with him.
Dave Tompkins - How To Wreck A Nice Mix
- Not only a historiographical accompaniment to the don dada of hip-hop writing’s new paper jam, but mixed like butter too.
The Magician - Magic Tape 3
- That Pilooski/Jarvis joint works in so smoothly to the tracklist-free mix that it took me two minutes to even remember what it was. Now I want Jarv to give up the rock music and just sing disco jams p much fulltime.
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-the famously awkward Terry Gross interview with Jay-Z around his autobio book of lyrics thingo. I dunno, they sound like they’re both having fun to me.
Radio New Zealand - Enzology Part 06 - True Colours (1979-1980)
- After five hours of “and then we got dropped by the label and lived on newspaper soup in the country for six months,” pop stardom hits! Everyone still sounds a little careful talking about how the band leader’s little brother suddenly outshone him as a heartthrob.
The Tobolowsky Files Ep. 14 - Lost in Act 1
- One of the best of these, where his trick of telling separate anecdotes from different projects, but on the same theme, kind of blend neatly from one into the other. It’s really great storytelling, and the gossip is meaty too, like Michael Mann refusing to give him script pages, a character name, theme or motivation on an audition for The Insider, and how Heroes really was being made up day-to-day, which is why his character would be good or evil from episode to episode.
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- Cute little interview with A-Trak about Duck Sauce, where the public radio nerd is so charmed by the single that he keeps interrupting their talk to let the track say “Barbra Streisand.”
Scharpling & Wurster - Tom Interviews ‘Mr. Loophole’, Tony Torgvort, Author of ‘The System’
- Good participation with the callers here, where after a long lead-up, every caller that gets through plays along with Wurster’s character instead of questioning Scharpling about why he has the dude on.
Aeroplane September Mix
- As ever, great running music.
Inkstuds - Fusion Talk
- Frankie Santoro phones in to the studio where Michel DeForge and Brandon Graham are live, for an excited chat which doesn’t define the term very much, but everyone has a good time and likes Paul Pope.
- Glad I downloaded this one despite not having any handle at all on McKay as a creator or producer; he’s really worked his way up in behind-the-scenes (and formerly on-the-stage) comedy, and it was an interesting journey to hear.
Nerdist - Number 46 - Matt Smith
DC Focus: Grant Morrison SDCC 2010
- Enthusiastic, giggly lovefest from the Scotsman with a room of fat nerds (you can totally tell from their voices). Fantastic moment where a dude asks how old he’s writing Dick Grayson and Damien as, notepad at the ready, and Morrison goes off on five minutes rambling from an initial “It doesn’t matter, they’re not real! You get that, right? They’re paper people.”
Guardian Music Weekly: Janelle Monáe
- Saying little beyond how clever she is.
The Heatwave - Carnival Bashment 2010
- Great mix of dancehall hybrids, including a couple of the choons of the year like As We Enter, Sticky Situation, Wyle Out….
Denis Kitchen on Inkstuds
- McConnell asks the hard questions about Kitchen’s holding onto negatives of artists from the 90s, blocking other publishers’ Kurtzman collections and… oh wait, no he doesn’t.
Wisconsin Public Radio - Veronica Rueckert, Friday 10am 22 October 2010 E
- Neil Gaiman phones in to get told he’s nice by genial midwesterners
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- Elvis Costello phones in to play games about alternative career choices
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- Interview about that anthology of rap lyrics
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- Repeat of a 2003 interview with the then-former Pee Wee Herman
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- Mark Ronson talks, closing his mouth to form consonants once or twice in ten minutes
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- Cee-Lo interviewed about the Lady Killer album. They play snippets of his previous hits, not including Waterfalls (OK) or Don’t Cha (huh!)
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- Charming audio-theatre silliness livening up a financial report about MGM’s bankruptcy, played as a retailiation by Bond villains
Tony Martin on Grubby & Dee Dee Nov 2010
- Spruiking the second Quiet Word, as usual boasting how he’d been “promoted” to 10pm from 10:05. If only.
WFMU’s The Best Show on WFMU with Tom Scharpling from 3/9/2010
- I listened through this three-hour fundraising marathon to hear Patton Oswalt and John Hodgman go head-to-head on a sci-fi trivia challenge. Save yourself the trouble of two hours of thanking pledging listeners, skip ahead.
The Roots with Q-Tip, Erykah Badu, Bobby Brown, Ronald Isley, Mary J. Blige, Eve, D-Nice & Mike Posner - Hennessy Artistry Tour , October 14, 2010, New York City, NY @ Cipriani’s
- Monster party set that turns a bit snooze-some for this listener with the Erykah and Mary J stuff, but damn, check this setlist:
02. The Next Movement >
03. Shimmy Shimmy Ya >
04. The World Is Yours >
05. Shook Ones Pt II >
06. Call Me D-Nice (ft. D-Nice) >
07. Excursions (ft. Q-Tip) >
08. Sucka Nigga (ft. Q-Tip) >
09. Let’s Ride (ft. Q-Tip) >
10. Check The Rhime (ft. Q-Tip) >
11. Electric Relaxation (ft. Q-Tip) >
12. Bonita Applebum (ft. Q-Tip) >
13. Bonita Applebum / Between The Sheets (ft. Q-Tip & Ronald Isley) >
14. Footsteps In The Dark (ft. Ronald Isley)
15. For The Love Of You (ft. Ronald Isley)
16. Cooler Than Me (ft. Mike Posner) >
17. Thought @ Work >
18. How I Got Over
01. Who’s That Girl (ft. Eve)
02. What Y’all Want (ft. Eve)
03. Let Me Blow Ya Mind (ft. Eve) >
04. You Got Me (ft. Eve & Erykah Badu)
05. Window Seat (ft. Erykah Badu) >
06. The Healer (ft. Erykah Badu)
07. Love Of My Life (ft. Erykah Badu)
08. Bag Lady (ft. Erykah Badu)
09. Bobby Brown Introduction >
10. Every Little Step (ft. Bobby Brown) >
11. Roni (ft. Bobby Brown) >
12. My Prerogative (ft. Bobby Brown)
13. Be Happy (ft. Mary J. Blige) >
14. I Love You (ft. Mary J. Blige) >
15. Real Love (ft. Mary J. Blige)
- Featuring theme song performer Reggie Watts jamming and rambling
Pitman - Breezeblock Session 23-03-2004
- Having finally found the first copy I’ve ever seen of the second album from faux-mining hip-hopper of the early ‘00s, Pit Closure, and been disappointed by it, I went on a digging spree to track down some of the early singles and radio stuff that weren’t on the first CD. Still funny!
Goldfrapp live in Amsterdam 2010
- Downloaded for a reminder of the similar set from Sydney this year. Did the job there. but I might have to go dig up the Opera House show from two years back for a better listening experience.
Scott Woods - Ned Raggett interview part 03
- The most qualified hour of talk you could ever hear – not saying that the Raggetteer’s experienced and qualified on his topics of discussion, but he qualifies every single statement he makes two or three times over. “When I was 13, I ate breakfast one day. Now, that’s not to say that I didn’t eat breakfast on another day, or that no-one else had eaten breakfast on that day, nor indeed that anyone should eat breakfast on a given day, particularly if they had a brunch appointment, or were running late for school. But simply and only, for me on that particular day, not to say that it was any more important than any other day, I ate a piece of fruit for breakfast – now on another day it might have been a bowl of porridge, a muesli bar… perhaps on a weekend, it may have been fried eggs, bacon and toast (lucky as I am, though some people are not, to have never had an issue with cholesterol by that age). But on this day, I ate a piece of fruit, and it was a mandarine. Far be it from me to suggest that this was everyone’s idea of breakfast fruit – another boy might have eaten a pear, and of course many people choose to eat an apple of the morning, especially at that time of life, that time in history, and that time of the morning. Nevertheless….”
Scott Woods with Ned Raggett - bonus beats
- Yeah, in this one he takes 45 minutes just to list the names of ten songs he’s liked, ever. They don’t play the songs between his naming them.
Adam Carolla Show - Ileana Douglas
- Her laid-backness is sweet, and almost-not-quite bitching about Marisa Tomei is fun
Gonzales ft Bitch Lap Lap (Feist & Peaches) – live on WFMU
- Full CanCon!
Guardian Music Weekly: Skream
- In which he is asked lots of thoughtful and penetrating questions about his production techniques, the elevation of dubstep as a genre and media talking point, and attitude to fame. Nah, only kidding.
Andrew Weatherall - Haywire Christmas Mix 2003
- Sadly not Christmas-themed mixage from the big man, but an appealingly eclectic giveaway CD from back when. Opens with Princess Superstar, which was unexpected.
FACT Mix 186 - Blunted Robots (Sep ‘10)
- Appealingly loose, semi-broken beats.
Dan Nadel, Evan Dorkin, Jeet Heer and Seth at TCAF - Re-making History: Curating and Packaging Reprints
- Great chat from genuine enthusiasts, generally burbling on about the glorious golden age of classic comics reprints we now live in, with some genial jabs at non-participants. “Dean Mullaney, a man who it’s fair to say no-one in the 90s liked…”
New Order – live at the Paradise Garage, NYC July 7th 1983
- Cool to hear early versions of stuff that became set staples over the years, and the gear-change between the live-with-synths-and-sequencers stuff and the JD leftover of Ceremony is hilarious.
Rolling Stones – Acoustic Motherfuckers
- Great fan-made compilation of alternate takes, demos, and the odd fully-released track on acoustic instruments.
The Orb – U.F.Orb LP Live
- Great fan-made compilation of officially-released and bootlegged versions of every track on the original album, mixed into one mp3 in LP order.
The Tobolowsky Files Ep. 9 - A Christmas Memory
- Tripping at Christmas, with Ned Ryerson.
Malcolm McLaren – Malcolm McLaren’s Musical Map Of London
- Autobiographical radio documentary, with not only the favoured self-mythologising the late Talcy Malcy was famed for, but also his gift of gab put to full effect. Great audio production by some BBC producers, too.
Tim Sweeney - mixing at Crew Love, Marcy Hotel, NYC 26/6/10
- As a one-hour podcast, it doesn’t get across his ability to read a crowd, but does vibe as a dancefloor session more than an average Beats In Space broadcast. Made a great running soundtrack.
NPR – Fresh Air interview with John Stewart
- 45 minutes of the Daily Show host in front of an audience, meaning that he gets to play to a crowd more than be necessarily thoughtful or open.
Maddslinky – FACT mix 184 (2)
- the “new stuff” sequel to the Zed Bias mix from a few days ago – this stuff hits the “liquid funk” genre name he coined a lot more square-on, but there’s an AMAZING unreleased track at the end that’s like the Gangsta Gangsta of UKG. From the tracklist it seems to be called Blaow by Sleeping Giants feat. Btch Pls, and I’m going to slice it out of the full mp3 for further enjoyment.
The Interview Show – Chromeo
- P-Thugg politely answers questions about his day job, and how to approach women, on Canadian student radio.
Inkstuds – Tim Hensley
- The auteur behind graphic-novel-of-the-year contender Wally Gropius (I have it all in Mome, so haven’t checked out how it all reads in one Euro-style album) politely answers questions about his day job, and how to approach comics, on Canadian student radio. Dude is in his mid-40s, which surprised me (as I didn’t know) but makes a lot of sense.
Simon Caldwell – live at Cold Crush
- Great chance to hear one of Sydney’s most talented DJs play in a completely different style, rocking an hour and a half of early-80s electro. Heavy on the instrumentals, too.
NPR – Fresh Air interview with Dolly Parton from 2003
- She p much could have a pre-programmed robot doling out the same folksy, self-deprecating tales and schtick, but she’s so charming that it doesn’t matter.
Scharpling & Wurster – Bruce Willis Storms The Studio (originally aired on April 15, 2003)
- Like the previous week’s skit to which this was a sequel, it takes a long time to warm up and is a lot more uncomfortable than it is funny. But it comes good once actual phone callers (characters though they might be) interact with Wurster’s ranting not-the-actor prank victim.
Guardian Music Weekly podcast with discussion of the soon-come Mercury music prize
- Unsurprisingly so boring that I ffwd’d through most of this
Grant Phabao & Djouls - Ninja Tune - 20 Years of Remixes & Re-interpretations
- Parisian DJs pick favourite and obscure mixes from the Coldcut label catalogue. I have about 12 hours of official Ninja mixes around this 20th anniversary that are too imposing to get to, so this is a good stopgap.
Grant Phabao and Djouls - Ninja Tune - 20 Years of Psychedelic Hip Hop, Funk and Jazz
- As above, but leaning on the fuzzier and rockier end of the label, if anything
DJ Food – Remember The Future
- While I’m at it, digging up this older mix by Strictly Kev of all robot-themed records and Transformers samples and the like. He went beatdigging at some old raver’s place in Sydney for this mix when DJ Food & DK toured back in 2007 – trufax!
Guardian Music Weekly podcast with Underworld interview
NPR – Morning Edition interview with Ben Folds and Nick Hornby
- Folds so subsumed himself to the role of collaborator/facilitator on this that he wouldn’t even let himself change a word of Hornby’s lyrics to fit the metre. If there’s someone whose words oughtn’t be sacrosanct when it comes to rock music…
Bernard Sumner – The First Time on BBC6
- whoever ripped this one blended out all the full songs. BBC, can’t you do this and podcast legitimately?
DJ Jazzy Jeff @ The Do-Over July 11th 2010
-with Mad Skillz MCing
JD Twitch - Creatures Of The Night – Optimo Podcast 7, August 2010
- special goth-themed mix for a cancelled Factory Floor support
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- about the late Robert Schimmel
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- Justin Timberlake on his career and acting
Savage Love 190
Savage Love 191
Tom Scharpling - Paul Scheer Talks About Piranha 3D (originally aired on June 2, 2009) from 8/23/2010
- quality lollity direct from the set
Andrew Weatherall - 6 Mix - 8 August 2010
-Lord Sabre returns after a few months with a bag of exclusives and a krauty disco mix to finish
Carl Craig - RA.200 Carl Craig - 2010.03.29
- typically polite inna classy style mix from C2
The Magician - magic tape 2 224kbps
- tracklist-free spell of wonderment from jettisoned Aeroplane co-pilot
- live show with a bunch of ppl. David Cross has one zing in here worth listening to the whole thing.
- classic style of Maron opening by saying how they used to be great friends but then CK turned on him, then the interview opens with the subject saying “no, you got bitter and jealous and stopped talking to me.” “Oh yeah!”
- apparently dude was actually a stand-up/performance artist for years? DC never flogged that when they were bumping that GN with Dino.
Goldfrapp – Black Session 2003
- synth pervstress brings full-band approach to French radio session, with all classics from the first two albums
RA.220 Harri and Domenic - 2010.08.16
- two-hour session from longtime Sub Club residents
- nice analysis of the process behind making a This American Life episode, after the biographical part of the interview