Noise to Annihilate a Few Seconds
Playlist for July 28, 2003. 7-10pm
Background: The User - Symphony no. 2 for Dot Matrix Printer - Asphodel
C - The Melodians - Rivers of Babylon - Reggae Box - Hip-O
N - Polysics - Go Ahead Now - Neu - Asian Man
N - Prey - Save Yourself - Always Ahead of the Game 12”
DJ Spooky - It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad World - Optometry - Thirsty Ear
N,C - Amsterdam Klezmer Band - Limonchiki - Russendisko Hits - Trikont
Rael Rean - Weekdays - Weekdays 7” - Flying Bomb
Dr Octagon - Blue Flowers - Dr Octagonacologist - Dreamworks
Joe McPhee with the Bill Smith Ensemble - Exuma - Visitations - Boxholder
Dream Syndicate - That’s What You Always Say - s/t 12” - Down There
Red Krayola - Sheriff Jack - God Bless the Red Krayola and All Who Sail With Us - Decal
N - Michael Yonkers Band - Boy in the Sandbox - Microminiature Love - Sub Pop
R - Guided By Voices - Tractor Rape Chain - Bee Thousand - Matador
Live Music from the Threats
Celtic Frost - The Usurper - To Mega Therion - Combat Noise
N - Black Elf Speaks - Creation Story - Elvish Presley - Bulb
N,C - ?? - track 23 - Low Noise Quality Tape - Kraag
Fred Lane and His Hittite Hot Shots - White Woman - Car Radio Jerome - Shimmy Disc
Marvin Gaye - Main Theme - Trouble Man - Motown
N - Voltaire Brothers - Transparabolic… - I Sing the Booty Electric - Fall of Rome
OUTHUD - Hair Dude, You’re Stepping on My Mystique - S.T.R.E.E.T. D.A.D. - Kranky
Beans - Slow Broken - Tomorrow Right Now - Warp
C - Dave Barker - Only the Strong Survive - Solid Gold From the Vaults 3 - Trojan
Plunderphonics - Mother - 69 Plunderphonics 96 - Seeland
Neu - After Eight - Neu 75 - Astralwerks
Modern Lovers - Astral Plane - s/t - Beserkly
N - Curse ov Dialect - Multicultural Markets - Lost in the Sky - Mush
N - Raksmey Khemura - Kmer Bettisatv(The Cambodian Bodhisattva) - Light From Heaven
Forcefield - #74 - Roggaboggas - Load
C - Joe Hill Louis - Tigerman - Sun Box - Sun
Zoo Bombs - Gimme Some Money - Let it Bomb - Emperor Norton
Echo and the Bunnymen - Do it Clean - Crocodiles - Norova
Tie Reds - Get it in Your Head - Holy Crap! It’s the… - s/r
N - The Rip-Off Artist - In and Out - In Through the Out Door - Tigerbeat6
Elliot Sharp - Anklung - The Seventies - Atavistic
N - Jimmy Cliff - Time Will Tell - Anthology - Hip-O
C - Rhino 39 - Prolixin Stomp - Me Want Breakfast - Dangerhouse
C - Bootsey X and the Lovemasters - Genius from the Waist Down - End of the World A Go Go - Tremor
Frail - Firecracker - Make Your Own Noise - Bloodlink
N - Aspera - Who’s Gonna Grow - Oh Fantastica - Jagjaguwar
N - Envy - Chain Wandering Deeply - A Dead Stinking Story - Level Plane
-I need to get me more rock steady. that stuff is so great.
-got another call from the discharge guy. he wanted to request discharge. I reminded him that he had done so last week. then he requested the residents. I ignored him.
-dr octagon into joe mcphee into dream syndicate was the most amazing series of segues I think I've had. the dream syndicate started on the note that the joe mcphee stopped on. it was just one of those nights.
-I finally got around to playing celtic frost, after pulling it for almost a month and not actually playing it.
-the thing from the kraag cd sounded almost hauntingly like the black elf speaks that proceeded it. I hadn't even planned it that way. it just kinda happened. like I said, it was one of those nights.
-fred lane sure has some killer sax players. great song
-the voltaire brothers is mick collins of the gories/dirtbombs doing funk. it's a totaly p-funk homage, but it's absolutely wonderful. definitely the most summery album of the summer
-curse of dialect makes me remarkably happy. there's something about the off-kilter usage of samples, odd vocals, and just general strangeness that is totally appealing. one of the coolest hiphop albums I've heard recently.
-the last set was about 10 minutes too long, but had some pretty great songs in it nonetheless.
-overall, I'm pretty happy with this show. definitely one of my better shows of the summer, perhaps all-time. and it wasn't even overly noisy...