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Quiet countenance, courageous compass. Girlish charm and boyish good looks! Off-kilter pop punk-tuated with mixed media.

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Options September 13, 2012: Shuffle Culture: Greg Saunier Visits!

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments New Approx. start time
Ida  Maybelle   Options Will You Find Me  Tigerstyle  2000      0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Dean & Britta  Silver Factory Theme   Options 13 Most Beautiful...Songs For Andy Warhol's Screen Tests  Double Feature  2010      0:05:31 (Pop‑up)
Heartworms  Really, Really, Really Sorry   Options Darla 100 (V/A)  Darla  2000      0:10:37 (Pop‑up)
Arthur's Landing  This is How We Walk On The Moon: The Way Things Happen   Options Arthur's Landing  Strut  2011      0:14:47 (Pop‑up)
Vapor Gourds  Swarm   Options Dagger Magic  Feeding Tube  2012    *   0:20:10 (Pop‑up)
Kitchen's Floor  Instro   Options Live In Brisbane  Quemada  2010      0:23:09 (Pop‑up)
Dump  License to Kill   Options   18 Wheeler  1995      0:28:14 (Pop‑up)
Frank Boscoe & Karl Hendricks  Song for Tim & Alix   Options The Long Secret (V/A)  Harriet Records  1995      0:29:39 (Pop‑up)
Deerhoof  Surprise Symphony   Options C  Cool Beans  2002      0:31:51 (Pop‑up)
Limiñanas  Longanisse   Options Crystal Anis  HoZac  2012    *   0:34:37 (Pop‑up)
Francoise Peglau  Who Wants to Go?   Options The Imminent Failure of Francois Peglau    2010      0:37:35 (Pop‑up)
Dignan Porch  Darkness   Options Nothing Bad Will Ever Happen  Captured Tracks  2012    *   0:40:27 (Pop‑up)
Delightful Little Nothings  Over Us   Options   Candy Floss  1994      0:44:09 (Pop‑up)
Heavenly  Escort Crash on Marston Street   Options Peel Sessions 1991  No Label  1991      0:46:54 (Pop‑up)
Sweet Trip  Silence (2m)   Options Darla 100 (V/A)  Darla  2000      0:50:30 (Pop‑up)
The Cat's Miaow  The Phoebe I Know   Options The Long Secret (V/A)  Harriet Records  1995      0:52:16 (Pop‑up)
Twerps  Work it Out   Options Work it Out 7"  Chapter Music/Underwater Peoples  2012    *   0:54:36 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
In a Marine Light   Options           0:57:39 (Pop‑up)
Mi-Gu  Spider   Options Choose the Light  Chimera Music  2012    *   1:05:42 (Pop‑up)
Sad Horse  Hollywood Princess Power   Options Purple on Purple Makes Purple  Water Wing  2012    *   1:09:59 (Pop‑up)
Hickey  Last Nite on the Planet   Options         *   1:10:57 (Pop‑up)
Deerhoof  Milk Man   Options Milk Man  Kill Rock Stars  2004      1:12:13 (Pop‑up)
Dan Melchior  No End   Options The Backward Path  Northern Spy  2012    *   1:16:44 (Pop‑up)
Brown Recluse  Contour and Context   Options The Soft Skin EP  Slumberland        1:19:34 (Pop‑up)
The Microphones  Great Ghosts   Options Live in Japan  K        1:22:36 (Pop‑up)
Daniel Veesey performs Beethoven  Sonata no. 8 'Pathetique' - II. Adagio Cantabile   Options   Free Music Archive        1:26:55 (Pop‑up)
Tomutonttu              1:36:33 (Pop‑up)
Perez Prado and His Orchestra  Lupita   Options           1:47:30 (Pop‑up)
The Rolling Stones  Honky Tonk Women   Options           1:47:52 (Pop‑up)
Masanka Sankayi+Kasai Allstars feat Mutumilayi  Wa Muluendu   Options           2:00:07 (Pop‑up)
gilberto gil  Procissão   Options           2:04:13 (Pop‑up)
Claude Debussy  pour les degres chromatiques   Options paul jacobs          2:20:33 (Pop‑up)
mavis staples  99 and a half   Options           2:25:12 (Pop‑up)
Chris Cohen  Heart Beat   Options Overgrown Path  Captured Tracks  2012  mastered by Greg!  *   2:26:51 (Pop‑up)
World Saxophone Quartet  Messin' with the Kid   Options rhythm and blues          2:44:21 (Pop‑up)
World Saxophone Quartet  Messin' with the Kid   Options rhythm and blues          2:47:40 (Pop‑up)
zomby  kaliko   Options           2:47:52 (Pop‑up)
Ludwig van Beethoven  piano sonata in G   Options           2:52:56 (Pop‑up)
Deerhoof  There's That Grin   Options Breakup Song  Polyvinyl  2012    *   2:57:37 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  Thu. 9/13/12 9:02am Cheri Pi:

Good morning Faye
  Thu. 9/13/12 9:03am Dave E:

Good morning, Fay!
  Thu. 9/13/12 9:04am Dave E:

+ "E"
Avatar Swag For Life Member 🎃 Thu. 9/13/12 9:07am Faye:

Morning Cheri! Dave E!
  Thu. 9/13/12 9:09am DCE:

howdy folks! Nice Dean and Britta tune to get me up and running. Well, sitting at a desk, anyway.
  Thu. 9/13/12 9:12am dcp:

nothing on my schedule so it's all Faye.
  Thu. 9/13/12 9:13am dcp:

great animation
Avatar Swag For Life Member 🎃 Thu. 9/13/12 9:13am Faye:

'mornin DCE & dcp!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 🎃 Thu. 9/13/12 9:13am Faye:

thanks !
  Thu. 9/13/12 9:13am 12539:

I wish that spider would walk away so I could have my morning tea.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 🎃 Thu. 9/13/12 9:19am Faye:

I thought about making it walk away but walk cycles take a long time to animate with so many legs
  Thu. 9/13/12 9:20am hamburger:

hoi - wahoo box of swag on ma desk yay!
  Thu. 9/13/12 9:22am Cheri Pi:

Speaking of swag-the Swag for Life Fairy delivered a set of WFMU coasters to my address yesterday! I was thrilled to no end, in fact I remain thrilled.
  Thu. 9/13/12 9:23am fred von helsing:

I dunno what the hell is going on inside my speakers but I like it
  Thu. 9/13/12 9:27am Sam:

I second that, fred! It's goooood stuff.
  Thu. 9/13/12 9:28am Aaron in Jcity:

nice set this morn!
  Thu. 9/13/12 9:31am dcp:

what do you use to make your animations?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 🎃 Thu. 9/13/12 9:38am Faye:

thanks fred, Sam, Aaron! dcp, I use Flash & Photoshop.
  Thu. 9/13/12 9:38am SteveL:

Limiñanas are going to be a no-miss when they show up in the Midwestern hinterlands.
  Thu. 9/13/12 9:40am dcp:

cool, thanks.
  Thu. 9/13/12 9:40am tim from champaign:

Yeah! I'm going to have to order the Hozac party pack deal with the Liminanas and Puffy Arioloas LPs + 2 7"s.
  Thu. 9/13/12 9:42am maestroso:

Early morning meeting.. finally get to listen. Hi Faye!
  Thu. 9/13/12 9:45am dcp:

somebody stole my son's scooter! WtFUCK?
  Thu. 9/13/12 9:47am stingy d:

time to get 'im a bike, dcp.
  Thu. 9/13/12 9:51am dcp:

woops, false alarm. The guard at his school put it behind his desk. My faith in humanity is restored. He's a demon on his bike stinj.
  Thu. 9/13/12 9:52am fred von helsing:

Hey I haven't plugged the faceborg group here yet, "A Reference of Female Fronted Punk 1977-1989" http://www.facebook.com/groups/389879717243/ Y'all feel free to join and post stuff, and fer sher check out the original 10-CD download at Kängnäve it's EXCELLENT
  Thu. 9/13/12 9:54am stingy d:

how about contador!? and i'm sad to report that my favroite bicycle company folded before i was able to get one for myself. just foudn out this morning. freeman transport montana. dag. rip.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 🎃 Thu. 9/13/12 9:55am Faye:

dude fred thank you
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:03am fred:

Good morning Faye
Is that you who designed Jason's T-shirt for last marathon?
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:05am fred von helsing:

It's for olden-skool female-fronted punk and also a bit of riot grrl. There's also a "Punk Rock Fair" guy who finds a lot of good stuff, and I get more from the usual suspects (the girls are, gunilla mixtapes, jenny woolworth, collapse board, WFMU(!), yadda yadda...)
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:08am cubicle carl:

The weather IS good. This is what I wish summer weather was like, when we can actually be out and enjoying ourselves, and not worry about getting dehydrated.
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:08am Bub:

I can relate to this track... A spider dropped from the ceiling onto my bed this morning, inches from my face. Quite a wake-up...
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:08am fred von helsing:

Hey how about some Inflatable Boy Clams ?
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:09am DCE:

did someone say massive digital delay? no?
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:09am listener mark:

Good morning Faye.
Good morning everyone.
Good morning tea cup spider.
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:10am fred von helsing:

this is excellent
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:10am dcp:

Yeah, Contador. Don't like him but he's pretty impressive.
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:11am dcp:

This Spider tune is my new fave song.
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:12am cubicle carl:

@DCE does size matter in the digital delay world?
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:13am dcp:

WOAH. heard a bleep in there.
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:14am fred von helsing:

  Thu. 9/13/12 10:16am DCE:

a little more Deerhoof to go with some coffee...no complaints here!
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:16am Neg-guh-tor:

Milkman was their apex.
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:16am dcp:

I'm on board with the 'hoof too
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:17am tim from champaign:

Parts of Milk Man remind me a lot of later The Who.
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:21am fred von helsing:

I always associate Deerhoof with Blonde Readhead. Not just the singers :) but the musical styles too.
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:21am listener mark:

Under a tea cup,
fuzzy spider wakes up
please be quick,
there is a drumstick,
that wants to tap you on the head.,
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:21am fred:

I like Deerhoof records, but I prefer them live, they're awesome unless the conditions are really bad (I saw that once)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 🎃 Thu. 9/13/12 10:27am Faye:

good one mark! fred, I'm with you. great live band!
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:29am maestroso:

Ahh, the piano interlude. Nice.
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:29am BDR:

"Hello Everyone" - name that allusion related to this Beethoven sonata.
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:29am Cecile:

dude, is this guy on Quaaludes? his tempo is suspect.
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:30am listener mark:

Thank you for this Beethoven piece. You are the best, Faye.
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:30am dcp:

the allusion that Faye is a master of segues..
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:30am maestroso:

The great Karl Haas's theme music.
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:31am seang:

yeah Karl Haas!
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:31am Cecile:

hello, all!
I'm down for the quiet today. Listened to so much house music this week I felt like I ate a whole cake everyday for dinner.
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:31am Cecile:

I love Karl Haas.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 🎃 Thu. 9/13/12 10:31am Faye:

Cecile that is one of the best metaphors I have ever heard
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:33am john:

It is just so incredibly super rad that an hour and a half of great pop music turns into a meeting of the Karl Haas fan club. Sign me up, too, btw.
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:33am Neg-guh-tor:

Sonatas were the apex of Beetwoven.
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:33am DCE:

doesn't everybody eat a whole cake every night for dinner? am I doing something wrong?
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:35am fred von helsing:

My speakers are under attack by several small furry creatures
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:36am Cecile:

damn, I'm in a good mood.
I just got two pairs of Ugg boots for the price of one on list price.
Before I get the grief, I only buy the ones that look like actual boots, not the ones that you see on starlets doing the walk of shame to Coffee Beanery in US magazine.
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:37am Cecile:

john, Karl Haas was my accompaniement to homework in my high school years. I didn't really care about classical music, I just really liked his enthusiasm.
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:41am maestroso:

I used to listen to his show in the car whilst travelling between gigs.
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:42am YETI BOB:

Just wanted to tell Greg how much I love his work!
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:44am Sam:

I like to have half a cake and half a pie for dinner, it's a more balanced diet.
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:45am dcp:

  Thu. 9/13/12 10:46am john:

Oh, I loved his show. Learned a ton about classical music from him a million years ago. And Cecile, those walks of shame must be staged and styled, because when I'm in LA I only see grunge, homeless, and overdressed underdressed biz types heading to Coffee Bean. Of course, for some of them, every time they stand up, it's a Walk Of Shame™.
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:47am Cecile:

I think that's it, john.
I like Greg's laugh. It's hearty.
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:47am Jeremy:

Laughs too much? Geez!~
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:49am Cecile:

Those starlets always seem to hide their faces so only the most photogenic parts are showing.
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:50am john:

Their Uggs?
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:51am Cecile:

this new Black Keys song is great
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:51am Cecile:

hahahahhahahahha, well played.
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:52am Cecile:

I do like that song.
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:52am john:

Well, that"s one word for it, anyway. Thank you, thank you, we're here all week....
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:52am fred von helsing:

honky tonk carbon-based bipeds
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:53am YETI BOB:

Well, Charlie Watts *is* a great drummer ....
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:53am fudge:

New shot game. Every time Greg laughs, take a shot.
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:54am pierre:

Bonjour Faye
Bonjour Greg
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:55am Cecile:

Tell me about this whole pit beef thing, Greg. I still don't quite understand it.
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:55am stingy d:

i dunno man... i think this guy is telling a ton of lies.
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:55am DCE:

I'm drunk already!
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:56am Cecile:

hey, stinge!
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:57am tim from champaign:

Cecile - my wife described Black Keys as the White Stripes with Paul Rodgers on vocals.
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:57am stingy d:

cecile! whats really real?

deerhoof shmeerhoof, this is benjamin walker disguising his voice.
  Thu. 9/13/12 10:59am Cecile:

hahaha, tim.
Real is really real, my friend.
  Thu. 9/13/12 11:00am Cecile:

tim, I heard the White Stripes for the first time and I went "what? This is just Led Zeppelin with no bass and a crappy drummer..." hahhaha
  Thu. 9/13/12 11:01am Cecile:

hahahhah, greg.
  Thu. 9/13/12 11:02am dcp:

perfect description Cecile
  Thu. 9/13/12 11:05am dcp:

really like the Masanka Sankayi, Greg
  Thu. 9/13/12 11:06am tim from champaign:

Yeah, Cecile, I still lived in The Mitten when the Stripes first came out. I thought similarly that Jack White sounded like Robert Plant and Jimmy Page rolled into one.
  Thu. 9/13/12 11:06am Cecile:

They grew on me, but boy, the rock critic reviews did not prepare me for that.
  Thu. 9/13/12 11:06am dcp:

hey Greg, who's your favorite drummer?...cuz you sure reminded me of Keith Moon when I saw you guys.
  Thu. 9/13/12 11:08am Cecile:

For laughs, I sometimes refer to the White Stripes as a "Goober and the Peas" spinoff band. My bro--in-law was a huge fan of them.
  Thu. 9/13/12 11:15am DCE:

Greg's definitely one of my favorite drummers...
  Thu. 9/13/12 11:16am Cecile:

later, folks! I'll have to catch up on archives.
  Thu. 9/13/12 11:21am Carmichael:

Did I just hear Stingy? What up, brudda?
  Thu. 9/13/12 11:21am pierre:

Good accent !
(just sayin')
  Thu. 9/13/12 11:41am dcp:

dammit, people keep calling me!
  Thu. 9/13/12 11:41am Marmalade Kitty:

life from the suitcase is close to freedom!
  Thu. 9/13/12 11:53am KP:

Good morning.
  Thu. 9/13/12 11:58am dcp:

fun show, thanks Greg and Faye!..except you DIDN'T ANSWER MY QUESTION ABOUT MOONY!!
  Thu. 9/13/12 12:01pm Brian in UK:

Hello Faye, the overgrown path put me in mind of Janacek
Avatar Swag For Life Member Fri. 6/9/17 6:39pm Cooh John:

From Beethoven to the Twerps--GREAT SHOW. Get Greg Saunier back. You two were great.
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