The Save KUSF Podcast Network 03.29.11 The Orgasmatrain Special Limited DJ Shekky



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PENNER = MUDER--SUNSET BOULEVARD
BEN THOMPSON--TIME TRAVELLER
four tet--love cry
robert owens--i'll be your friend
ozric tentacles--pterandon/hallucinogen remix (floating tentacles remixed)

eric copeland--jing tits womb
hashim b--tokyo to LA steez (echo expansion)
dj smash--moodulator

wizzy noise--500 km
GLITTERBUG--OVER WATER/DUB EDIT
matmos--spondee

pat wallace--fill the hole
the action--baby you've got it
morning sun--dark hair
jefferson airplane--wooden ships

untitled track--unknown artist (cambodia rocks)
the animals--hey gyp
13th floor elevators--she lives in a time of her own
the quiet jungle--the last time
jimmy rabbit--wishy washy woman
the actioneers--it's you
the clique--superman

crosby, stills, nash and young--teach your children
neil young--when you dance you can really love
the tomorrow--three jolly little dwarfs
blossom toes--you
yes--south side of the sky
led zeppelin--achilles last stand
the seeds--up in her room

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The Save KUSF Podcast Network 03.01.11 Pete Accident's Box of Records DJ Pete Accident



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KUSF 11.02.97 Groovie Movie Soundtracks DJ Ratso Russo





The bug-eyed delinquents of cult fave THE FORBIDDEN ZONE (1980) hail The Mystic Knights of the Oingo Boingo with harmonized shrieks and gastric offenses. But the soothing lulls of Shirley Bassey over John Barry's score can turn a rugged jewel thief into a reformed Romeo in DEADFALL (1968). And Quincy Jones funks it all up with action music from THE LOST MAN (1969). Includes TELL ME THAT YOU LOVE ME, JUNIE MOON (1970).

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03.25.11 KUSF Podcast DJ Stereo Steve



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STEREO STEVE'S APOCALYPTIC PODCAST #10

PART ONE:
ross mirkarimi speaks
oshun - rattle of life
king crimson - red
vetiver - houses
aztec camera - lost outside the tunnel

kenny graham and his satellites - utsu
davie allan and the arrows - theme from the unknown
teddy and his patches - suzy creamcheese
clear blue sky - birdcatcher
andrew white - who got the funk?
chi lites - more power to the people

hello people - future shock
the free pop electronic concept - chewing gum delirium
kane's cousins - why don't you go love yourself?

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crepuscule trio - nancy's dance
gabby la la - live in studio b

charangit singh - raga bairang
lindstrom - the contemporary fix
public image ltd - bad life
steel and skin - afro punk reggae (dub)

satwa - amigo
coco rosie - ohio
the blenders - don't fuck around with love
louise egolf - hello pretty bird

virgin insanity - time of sorrow's gone soon

KUSF in Exile Now Streaming Thanks to WFMU



Denise Sullivan published on March 25, 2011

http://www.crawdaddy.com/index.php/2011/03/25/kusf-in-exile-now-streaming-thanks-to-wfmu/

From the streets of Dogpatch to the beaches of the Sunset and the Richmond, over in West Portal where the L Taraval rolls, and way out in the Ingleside and Excelsior districts, the people of San Francisco have been missing their daily dose of KUSF. The City’s KUSF-dedicated citizens know that Rice-A-Roni is no San Francisco treat; they would sooner survive on a diet of Folk Law, Ragtime Machine and In The Soul Kitchen with Harry D. Now mercifully, for the KUSF-starved, good news came this week in the form of KUSF in Exile, now streaming thanks to the the folks at WFMU who donated some of their bandwidth to the imperiled station. In conjunction with the work of a coalition of Save KUSF DJs, community support, a California State Senator and an impressive list of musicians including members of Yo La Tengo, Neutral Milk Hotel and the Stooges, KUSF in Exile is now broadcasting online from a makeshift studio in the Bayview District. As the station’s volunteer staff awaits the FCC’s decision on the sale and the transfer of KUSF’s FM broadcast license to media conglomerate Entercom, the University of Southern California and its classical music-programmed, KDFC, the Save KUSF contingent contend that the sale doesn’t serve community interests. Not only do these entities not know the difference between Alice Coltrane and Alice Cooper (which isn’t exactly the point), but more precisely, they don’t speak the language of the diverse community and listenership KUSF represents. However, since our last report on the KUSF imbroglio, there have been some positive developments in the effort to increase awareness of the plight of the station which is by no means exclusive to KUSF and the SF Bay Area; station closures and defunding are the issue of the day in public broadcasting and college radio. Both WRVU at Vanderbilt University in Nashville and KTRU at Rice University in Houston are running similar campaigns to save their stations from sales. Ultimately, the DJs of KUSF would like the opportunity to match the funds and take possession of the station themselves so that they may continue to fulfill the station’s original broadcast mandate as a community service outlet. And it’s in this matter of turning a college station into listener-supported radio where WFMU fits in: formerly associated with Upsala College in East Orange, NJ and serving Western New Jersey, Eastern Pennsylvania and New York City, FMU as it’s known, has been listener-supported since the ’80s (and currently in the midst of their own annual fundraiser).

Last month the WFMU crew arranged a 25 college station in solidarity simulcast of the first KUSF in Exile event at Amoeba Records in San Francisco. KUSF DJS Schmeejay, Irwin, Carolyn and Harry D, among others, returned to the airwaves with their unique personalities and eclectic sides. Simulcast for three hours from coast to coast, it’s archived here, along with all the KUSF podcasts since. You can also watch it. And now daily there’s the equally delicious jams emanating from KUSF in Exile online, alongside an expanding list of fresh programming. The broadcasts also help continue to spread the word about the ongoing efforts to save the award-winning community resource.

In addition to Yo La Tengo’s Ira Kaplan, Neutral Milk Hotel’s Jeff Mangum and Iggy and the Stooges saxman Steve MacKay, groups diverse as the classically inclined Kronos Quartet, Krautrock’s Faust and freak folks Vetiver, have all come out publicly in support of KUSF retaining its established frequency and studio space. The coalition to Save KUSF received another boost last month when California State Senator Leland Yee (D–SF) threw his support their way in a letter to University of San Francisco President, the Reverend Stephen Privett, urging the University to do the right thing in the final days preceding the station’s review by the FCC. Last week the federal agency blocked a request toward the repositioning of the station’s transmitter from USF to Marin. Though it’s a separate issue from the sale and transfer, the Save KUSF group perceive it as a win, as it keeps the mothership intact.

So for now, and until a final verdict is reached, the heartbeat of SF has returned to its cafes, hair salons, cubicles and Victorian flats, from Cow Hollow to Mission Rock. There’s hardly another spot on the dial where you’ll find such a broad spectrum of programming, from legal advice, a Scott Joplin rag and a Willie Mitchell production all in one day—except maybe WFMU to whom KUSF fans say, thank you. To download the KUSF stream and for more information, visit KUSF in Exile, and tune in as college radio bands together to turn this thing around.

Battle Rages Over a College Radio Station’s Sale



By REYHAN HARMANCI
March 19, 2011
http://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/20/us/20bckusf.html

In mid-January, the University of San Francisco abruptly took KUSF off the air.

In announcing the sale of the station — which for 34 years beamed cutting-edge rock, public affairs and other programming to a diverse audience — the university said KUSF would not be ending, but merely changing to an online-only format with an enhanced student presence.

Since then, the station’s community volunteers, a group called Save KUSF, have been furiously working to halt the sale, with the hope of eventually buying the signal.

In the meantime, the university’s online radio efforts have stalled.

Miranda Morris, fund-raising and marketing coordinator of KUSF, estimated that the station used to reach around 30,000 weekly listeners at 90.3 FM, while around 20 people at a time currently listen online.

It seems that even in the digital age, a radio signal still matters.

Ken Freedman, station manager at the free-form radio station WFMU in New Jersey, said, “It’s not realistic for a terrestrial station to move online and maintain the same audience.”

Mr. Freedman, whose station has been helping Save KUSF’s efforts, said a radio station needed both online and traditional broadcast components. Thanks to WFMU’s donated broadband, Save KUSF will begin streaming live online as KUSF-in-Exile this weekend from a studio in the Bayview district.

Irwin Swirnoff, a former KUSF music director and a leader of Save KUSF, said, “It’s a temporary situation that will hopefully lead to us regaining a spot on the terrestrial dial.”

With a dedicated core group of around 30 volunteers, Save KUSF has mounted a spirited campaign against the station’s $3.75 million sale to the Classical Public Radio Network, a nonprofit largely owned by the University of Southern California.

In addition to raising about $25,000 for legal fees to petition the Federal Communications Commission block the transaction, Save KUSF pushed the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, the San Francisco Democratic Party, State Senator Leland Yee and other political leaders to condemn the university’s divestment publicly.

Local venues and musicians have been staging benefit shows, and music groups like Yo La Tengo have written statements in support.

In early March, Save KUSF’s lawyers petitioned the F.C.C. to block the sale. The university said the largely volunteer-run station was losing money and not serving students.

“Not a single critic has explained why it is fair that our students foot the bill for a radio station run primarily by outsiders for the benefit of others,” said Gary McDonald, a university spokesman.

Mr. Freedman said that moving online “makes no sense” economically. Steve Runyon, KUSF founder and current general manager, agreed, calling the sale “a loss to the university.”

But Save KUSF hopes that the college’s loss can be its gain.

“No one is questioning U.S.F.’s right to liquidate an asset,” Mr. Swirnoff said. “All we want is to have the opportunity to buy that transmitter.”

03.25.11 Freefall DJ David Bassin



David Bassin hosts an eclectic two-hour mix of future jazz, R &B, global grooves & abstract beats tat has received international acclaim since it's debut in 2000. Weekly rebroadcasts are available on Live365.com , Giant Step.net (NYC), Net-Musique.com (San Francisco). RadioTake10.org (China), DanceAnd Soul.com (Singapore). RadioPellenera.com (Italy) and the weekly podcast, available for free from the iTunes music store. More information, links to our partner sites and contact info is available at: www.freefallradio.com

Producer and Host, David Bassin

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FreeFall 537: 3.25.11
Theme From Oz (Avatar)
Eric Legnini & The Afro Jazz Beat - The Vox - The Vox (Discograph)
Benny Tones - On My Way - Chrysalis (BBE)
Bing Ji Ling - Sunshine Love - Shadow To Shine (Tummy Touch)
Prommer & Barck - Gladys Knight - Alex & The Grizzly (Int’l DeeJay Gigolos)
The Rhythm Odyssey - Tighten Up - Metaphysical Transition (Lipservice)
Taylor McFerrin - Place In My Heart (Brainfeeder)
DJ Oil - Burn It (Fluid Ounce)
Indigo - Fallen - Zero Point (On The Edge)
Akiko Kiyama - Talon (Mean)
Madslinky - Further Away (Falty DL Rmx) (Tru Thoughts)
Mau’lin - Deeper Than The Sun (Ho Tep)
MJ Cole - Bordeaux - Satellite EP (Prolific)
Lost Idol - Full Of Dust & Guitars/Hushed Strokes - In Time & Space (Cookshop)
Nostalgia 77 - Cherry - Sleepwalking Society (Tru-Thoughts)
Bobby Hutcherson - Hello To The Wind - Now! (Blue Note)
Donny Hathaway - The Ghetto - Everything Is Everything (Atlantic)
Flashman - Chapter Six: Heading Home - To The Victor, The Spoils! (Impotent Fury)
Brad Mehldau - Dat Dere - Live In Marciac (Nonesuch)
Fatima & Floating Points - Redlight (Eglo)
Burial & Four Tet & Thom Yorke - Mirror (Text)
Joash - This Beautiful Machine - Don’t Fear It, Fight It (Compost)
Buddy Sativa - Marejeo Ya Bakari - Deus Ex Machina (Favorite)

03.25.11 Radio Goethe DJ Arndt Peltner



Radio Goethe presents a diverse overview onto the modern German music scene reaching from Rock to Pop, from Industrial to Darkwave, from Electronica to Medieval. Online at www.radiogoethe.org

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Noiseaux: Wartezimmer
Jennifer Rostock: Wieder geht’s von vorne los
Frei.Wild: Allein nach vorne
Die Apokalyptischen Reiter: Hört auf
Knorkator: Der ultimative Mann
Drahdiwaberl: Bück Dich
Die Elenden: Popstar
Fiddler’s Green: Folk’s not dead
Hiss: Polkakönigin
Culcha Candela: Schöne neue Welt
Absolute Beginner: Das Boot
Advanced Chemistry: Fremd im eigenen Land
Massive Töne: Deutschland Deutschland
Herrenmagazin: In den dunkelsten Stunden
Wir sind Helden: Kaputt (Chinese)
2raumwohnung: Der letzte Abend auf der Welt
KMFDM: Day of light

03.22.11 The Save KUSF Podcast Network DJ MOONDOGGIE


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PART ONE:
VANGUARD STEREO LAB - SPEAKER BALANCING SIGNAL
STEVE MILLER BAND - FLY LIKE AN EAGLE

QUESTION MARK & THE MYSTERIANS - 8 TEEN
CLIVE TANAKA - FOR ROMANCE

BLACK PEARL - CLIMBING UP THE WALLS
ARRINGTON DE DIONYSO - MANKOTA KOTOR
BOOKER T AND MGS - GREEN ONIONS 33@45RPM
THE BALLOON FARM - A QUESTION OF TEMPERATURE

FLEETWOOD - OH WELL PT 1
HOLY MODAL ROUNDERS - RADAR BLUES
THE COUNT FIVE - PRETTY BIG MOUTH
THE ROLLING STONES - I WANNA BE YOUR MAN
SUPREMES - BACK IN MY ARMS AGAIN
GLORIA JONES - TAINTED LOVE
FONTELLA BASS - DON'T MESS UP A GOOD THING

MEN WITHOUT HATS - SAFETY DANCE 45@33RPM
CHUCK BERRY - YOU CAN'T CATCH ME
CREAM - SWABLR

PART TWO:
SWAMP DOGG - TOTAL DESTRUCTION TO YOUR MIND (LIVE)
THE SQUIRES - ALL THE WAY
RARE EARTH - MAGIC KEY
FUNKADELIC - WHOLE LOT OF B.S.

SAM THE SHAM AND THE PHARAOHS - AIN'T GONNA MOVE
THE SMALL FACES - MY MIND'S EYE
THE ZOMBIES - TIME OF THE SEASON
MY BLOODY VALENTINE - SOMETIMES
THE CURE - A FOREST
JIMI HENDRIX - MESSAGE OF LOVE
HAUSU SOUNDTRACK - ORIENTAL MELON MAN
PINK FLOYD - ASTRONOMY DOMINE

LOOP - PULSE
THE STOOGES - FUN HOUSE
THE BEATLES - HER MAJESTY

03.21.11 KUSF In Exile Polka Fetish with DJ Cactus













Polka Fetish Episode 001

All 45s.

1. Joe Shott "Milwaukee is a Grand Old Town"
2. The Six Fat Dutchmen "Jolly Crown Polka"
3. Lil' Wally "Those Wedding Bells are Breaking Up That Old Gang of Mine"
4. Trachtenmeitsel Landlerquarteit "Walzerjodel"
5. Valtaro Musette Orchestra "Holiday in Venice Polka"
6. Frankie Yankovic and His Yanks "Waukegan Polka"
7. Whoopee John Wilfahrt "Lindenau Polka"
8. The Hi Notes "Don't Get Married Polka"
9. Louis Bashell and His Silk Umbrella Orchestra "Pennsylvania Pike Polka"
10. Cousin Fuzzy and His Cousins "Ping Pong Polka"
11. Lil' Wally "Happy Carnival"
12. Jimmy Sturr "Na Zdrowie"
13. The Duluth Polka Dots "Garden Polka"
14. Postflikorna "Sparf-Fars Polka"
15. The Six Fat Dutchmen "Cradle Polka"
16. The Balz Boys "When My Wife Gets Mad at Me Polka"
17. Johnny Hyzny "Money Money Polka"
18. The Dynamic Naturals "Lots o' Luck Polka"
19. Eddie Lash "Tricky Fingers Polka"
20. Harry Harden "Pizzicato Polka"
21. Elmer Scheid "3M Polka"

The Save KUSF Podcast Network 03.19.11 The Orgasmatrain Special Limited DJ Shekky



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user traytech--i back traced it extended remix
dr dre and snoop--deep cover
gift of gab--someofthapeople
evolution control committee--by the time i get to arizona
omoide hatoba--untitled

the soul survivors--hey gyp
the action--never ever
carolyn hester coalition--the journey
a hawk and a hacksaw--i am not a gambling man
after all--nothing left to do

nomo--nu tones
fela kuti--ako
hypnotic brass ensemble--ballicki bone
lloop--you and i (beacon remixed)
dee lite--thank you every day
new york gong--o my photograph

mordant music--hummdrumm
GERMAN OAK--SHADOWS OF WAR A & B
spacemen 3--why couldn't i see?
WOODS--FROM THE HORN

man or astroman--nitrous burnout
lunachicks--the passenger (we will fall iggy pop tribute)
mustafa ozkent--dolana dolana
optical * 8--penetration
anti flag--die for your government
minor threat--salad days

MOON DUO--MOTORCYCLE I LOVE YOU
animal collective--what would i want? sky
dam funk--candy dancin'
loop guru--the third chamber part 4

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03.18.11 Radio Goethe DJ Arndt Peltner



Radio Goethe presents a diverse overview onto the modern German music scene reaching from Rock to Pop, from Industrial to Darkwave, from Electronica to Medieval. Online at www.radiogoethe.org

Radio and Host, Arndt Peltner










Infamis: Ganz grosses Kino
Yasmine Tourist: Neon Coloured
Coma: Fameless
Shiny Gnomes: It’s all here
Tom Space: When the lion feeds the astronaut
Galaxy Transport: Loy
Metallspürhunde: Kein Herz
The Young Gods: Tenter Le Grillage
Goethes Erben: Alptraumstudio
Northern Lite: In Japan
And One: Big in Japan (live)
Farin Urlaub: Der Frauenflüsterer
Donots: Let it go

03.18.11 Freefall DJ David Bassin



David Bassin hosts an eclectic two-hour mix of future jazz, R &B, global grooves & abstract beats tat has received international acclaim since it's debut in 2000. Weekly rebroadcasts are available on Live365.com , Giant Step.net (NYC), Net-Musique.com (San Francisco). RadioTake10.org (China), DanceAnd Soul.com (Singapore). RadioPellenera.com (Italy) and the weekly podcast, available for free from the iTunes music store. More information, links to our partner sites and contact info is available at: www.freefallradio.com

Producer and Host, David Bassin

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FreeFall 536: 3.18.11
Carol Kaye - Bass Catch - Picking Up On The E-String (Groove Attack)
Nutone - Invisible - Words & Pictures (Hospital)
Invisible Allies - Harmonic Tectonics - Hyperdimensional Animals (Native State)
Solar Bears - To Be With Her - 14 Tracks From Planet Mu (Plante Mu)
Michita - Nepkus - Snow Bland (Ill Dance Music)
1000 Names - Kaleidoscope (Black Acre)
Wagon Christ - Respectrum - Toomorrow (Ninja Tune)
Dusty - Explosion - Keep It Raw (Jazz&Milk)
The Liberators - Bulletproof - The Liberators (Record Kicks)
Kevin Yost - Reaching - Bongo Madness Evolution (737 Music)
Thom Yorke/Burial/Four Tet - Ego (Text)
Four Tet - Pinnacles (Text)
Brandt Brauer Frick - Paparazzi - You Make Me Real (K7)
Randy Weston & His African Rhythm Sextet - African Sunrise - The Storyteller (Motema)
James Taylor Quartet - Hotwire - New World (Real Self)
Falty DL - Lucky Luciano - You Stand Uncertain (Planet Mu)
Dam Mantle - D1 - First Wave (Growing)
Photek - Avalanche (Photek Productions)
Ana Caravelle - Where Have You Been (Anenon Drone Mix) - Basic Climb Re-Imagined (Non)
Nuspirit Helsinki - Orson - Riviera Jazz Vol. 1 (Mo’Smog)
Knowing Looks - Last Kiss At The Plains Hotel (WNCL)
Twitch - Fathorn (Raw Deal Rmx) - One Step Ahead 2 (Straight Ahead)

KUSF 12.21.97 Groovie Movie Soundtracks DJ Ratso Russo





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Friends of KUSF File Petition to Deny with FCC Opposing Sale of KUSF




March 4th, 2011 by Jennifer Waits
http://www.radiosurvivor.com/2011/03/04/friends-of-kusf-file-petition-to-deny-with-fcc-opposing-sale-of-kusf/

This has been a busy week for the Save KUSF crew, with a faculty-led teach-in taking place at University of San Francisco on Monday, just as paperwork opposing the proposed station sale of KUSF to Classical Public Radio Network was being filed in Washington, D.C. with the FCC. At the teach-in, faculty, students, alumni, and KUSF volunteers expressed their concerns about the pending station sale. They also pointed out the many ways in which the radio station had enhanced campus life during its nearly 34-year-old history, with students and alums explaining the impact that the station has had on their college experiences, lives, and careers.

And, on the opposite coast, Friends of KUSF submitted a Petition to Deny with the FCC regarding the proposed sale of University of San Francisco’s college radio station KUSF to Classical Public Radio Network. In the 82-page document, they argue that the station sale is not in the public interest. Among the many points made in the petition, they suggest that:

1. It’s unclear if Classical Public Radio Network is actually a qualified educational entity (which is a requirement to own a non-commercial educational radio license) and point out that it had not been registered as a non-profit organization prior to the filing

2. The proposed program service of Classical Public Radio Network does not serve an educational purpose

3. University of San Francisco prematurely relinquished control of its station

4. When inspected by the public, the KUSF Public File did not include required documents, including the sale and operating agreement

5. Station Identification was not properly announced over the airwaves of 90.3 FM following the station’s takeover by Classical Public Radio Network

6. The former KUSF did serve an educational purpose, with connections to the Media Studies department at USF

The Petition to Deny also points to the larger context of consolidation in the radio industry and the current threat to non-commercial educational broadcasters, stating:

“Commission action on the current application must be seen and evaluated in light of the Commission’s responsibility for the creating and promoting a larger and more effective noncommercial, educational broadcast service. The Commission is under an obligation, as both an adjudicatory body and a quasi-legislative body to review this transaction as part of a national attempt by a small number of broadcasters interested only in lowest-cost syndicated musical programming to absorb and destroy college radio stations that serve unique and diverse functions.”

The Petition to Deny states that airing programming from commercial radio station KDFC on a non-commercial station (KUSF) with simply the commercials removed, does not necessarily meet the qualifications of a non-commercial educational broadcaster:

“the proposed assignee has already taken over all programming on KUSF, originating from KDFC’s downtown San Francisco studios and using that station’s former hosts. The new program service consists entirely of classical music previously broadcast by the commercial KDFC (including consistent station ID’s and repetitive mentions of KDFC)...The import of this is striking: 100-per-cent of a commercial station’s program content is transferred over to a ‘noncommercial’ station, with the commercials excised. The Commission might conclude that this is a noncommercial service. But the Commission should conclude as a matter of law that it can never be considered an educational service without some other detailed program plans in mitigation.”

In an interesting twist, the Petition to Deny delves into the contents of Classical Public Radio Network Manager Director Brenda Barnes’ PhD dissertation, arguing that this could be construed as a business plan for Classical Public Radio Network’s future as an online “music discovery service.” The Petition to Deny further states that this focus on new media calls into question Classical Public Radio Network’s desire to be focused on a terrestrial radio service for a local community in San Francisco, as there is the suggestion that they want to use the station as a “barker channel” to draw people to an Internet service. It states:

“The clear purpose of this transaction is not to enhance broadcasting in the public interest, but rather, to use the license and transmitter of KUSF to develop an internet-based music resource. Brenda Barnes is both President of USC Radio and the Managing Director of Applicant CPRN. The Barnes Plan lays out in 216 pages a ‘plan for creating a New Media Music Discovery Service.’ …As Ms. Barnes says ‘. . . a major issue for KUSC is loss of revenue from Southern California listeners as they gravitate toward new media, [therefore] a long term goal is to generate more revenue from outside the KUKSC [sic] listening area.’…The envisioned Musical Discovery Services (MDS) simply is not a broadcast service, but rather is a point-to-point billboard promoting classical music by Internet.”

Additionally, the Petition to Deny includes statements by students, alumni, and faculty of USF recounting the educational role that KUSF has played on campus. Although we’ve heard accounts from USF President Father Privett about the small number of students served by the station; it’s clear from the filing that students have benefited from KUSF. The Petition to Deny states,

“the USF Department of Media Studies used the station as a teaching laboratory, with students learning production skills as well as using the station as a ‘best practices’ model in University courses addressing media-related issues. In addition to serving as a location for teaching, mentoring, internships, and workshop experiences for thousands of USF students and alumni, KUSF serviced as a resource for faculty seeking a wider audience for their research. Approximately 25% to 50% of students in USF’s Dept. of Media Studies used the station in some way, and in many instances it is what brought them to USF in the first place…Literally hundreds of KUSF alumni have gone on to national and international prominence as radio programmers and producers, musicians, writers, managers, record executives and more.”

In other news, KUSF filed a request with the FCC to move the KUSF transmitter off campus to a shared transmitter site on a hill in Sausalito. In their request for “expedited processing,” they explain that they are asking to move the transmitter on behalf of Classical Public Radio Network and argue that, “Because, upon approval by the FCC, the license will be transferred to an entity not controlled by the university, it is necessary to relocate the station’s transmitter site. Additionally, due to the sensitive nature of the license transfer, the proposed assignee wishes to maintain better control of access to the transmitter and antenna which now must be handled through USF security personnel.” No doubt this request will also be met with opposition, as it’s another example of USF potentially ceding control of the station to an outside entity prior to FCC approval.

In the meantime, Save KUSF is working on a number of projects related to the goal of both preventing the sale of KUSF and bringing their programming back to the airwaves (WFMU has even offered to temporarily host a webstream for “KUSF in Exile” while they are fighting the sale. Save KUSF is exploring this option, which is also contingent upon finding studio space.). At the moment, fund raising is still critical, as lawyer fees have exceeded expectations.

03.16.11 The Save KUSF Podcast Network Stereo Steve's Apocalyptic Poscast No.9



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STEREO STEVE'S APOCALYPTIC PODCAST #9

PART ONE: 

oshun - rattle of life 

the beatles - revolution 9 (uk mono mix) 

fiery furnaces - chris michaels 

eric dolphy - out there

dave brubeck quartet - the golden horn 

soft machine - nettle bed 

lee perry and the upsetters - heart of the dragon 

smoker's breaks - dazz 9 
ohio players - funky worm

the times - picture gallery 

ufo - rock bottom 

os mutantes - a hora e a vez do cabelo nascer 

the others - i can't stand this love goodbye

ningen isu - 埋葬蟲の唄

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don voorhees orchestra - tiptoe through the tulips 

the sound - winning 

charlie sheen dubstep 

oneohtrix point never - returnal

spooky tooth - waiting on the wind 

the fall - yfoc/slippy floor 

little teeth - between my ears 

woods - suffering season

ted lucas - it's so nice to get stoned 

edgard varese - ionisation 

new trolls - night on bare mountain 

flash - small beginnings (short version)

space vacation - space vacation 

death sentence panda - in love with witches 

plastic crimewave sound - perfect glass orchards

woody herman - america drinks and goes home

03.15.11 The Save KUSF Podcast Network DJ Stevil



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MISSION OF BURMA "ACADEMY FIGHT SONG"
WEIRDOS "LIFE OF CRIME"
THE LO-FI JERKHEADS "IN YOUR STEREO"
MIDNITE SNAXX "LIKE LIGHTNING"
PARTING GIFTS "MY MIND'S MADE UP"

OVERNIGHT LOWS "SLIT WRIST ROCK N ROLL"
HANK IV "2X QUIT"
DRUGS DRAGONS "RAT PEOPLE"
HONEYMOON KILLERS "GET IT HOT"
YOUNG IDENTITIES "POSITIVE THINKING (NEGATIVE REACTION)"

DAVILA 666 "LOS CRUCES"
K-HOLES "WEREWOLF WITH A TAN"
TOXI FUSE "CAN'T BEAT MY LOVE"
JACK OBLIVIAN "MAKE YOUR MIND UP - PT. II"
THE NEIGHBORHOODS "NO PLACE LIKE HOME"
TY SEGALL "LOVELY ONE"

DIRTBOMBS "COSMIC CARS"
THE LIMINANAS "TIGRES DU BENGALE"
GUINEA WORMS "DRUNK IN YR UGGS"
THE BLITZZ "YOU GOT WHAT YOU WANT"
COATHANGERS "CHICKEN 30"
TYLER JON TYLER "TICK TOCK TICK"
EDDY CURRENT SUPPRESSION RING "I'VE GOT A FEELING"

PAGANS "HAVEN'T GOT THE TIME"

03.15.11 The Save KUSF Podcast Network DJ Mystery Guest



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Sonic Youth -- Stero Sanctity
ERROR 5:20 or so
Stiff Little Fingers / Alternative Ulster
Fucking CHamps / Amanda
Gravitar / 11/22/97
Lou Reed / Blue Mask

Thelonious Monk / Brilliant Corners
Novos Baianos / Quando Voce Chegar
Byrne & Eno / America Is Waiting
Colin Newman / A to Z opening track
Grifters / Rat
Bevis Frond / Wild Jack Hammer
Mclaughlin / Devotion

Melt Banana / "Charlie" Track 1
Spaceheads
Crack We Are Rock / Cold As Ice
Entartete Kunst feat. MC Cox / Can't Eat Famine
Law of the Jungle comp. / Beast Man/Planet of the Apes remix
Bardo Pond / Inside
Pere Ubu / Final Solution
New Age Steppers / Private Armies
Mississippi John Hurt / Satisfied

03.12.11 The Save KUSF Podcast Network The Orgasmatrain Special Limited DJ Shekky



this podcast contains explicit language and adult situations...

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kathy mcginty--i'm not a child molester
group x--bang bang bang
dave callahan--borrowed time (beacon remixed)
pierre henry & michel colombier--psyche rock (psyched out)
MATMOS--UR TCHUN TAN TSE Q

liliput--boatsong
WE LIKE CATS--MEOW HEAR ME ROAR
s.o.s.--calypso
savage aural hotbed--nein
SIERRA LEONE'S ALL STARS--TAMABONDORSU/THE RICH MOCK THE POOR
howlin' wolf--wang dang doodle
jimmy smith--ala mode

neil young--revolution blues
the mermen--my black bag
jesus and mary chain--on the wall
assemble head in sunburst sound--kolob canyon
bevis frond--termination station grey
the rev. jack van impe--from night club to christ (a basement of curiosities sampler)

thirsty moon--the trash man
dave kubinec's mainhorse airline--pale sky
blossom toes--peace loving man
herman's rocket--space woman (jean pierre massiera's psychosis freakout)
ducktails--beach point pleasant
prins thomas--sauerkraut
loop--thief of fire/motherfucker

CAPS = RECENT RELEASE
parenthesis = compilation title

03.07.11 KUSF In Exile Radio Valencia DJ Germ



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03.11.11 Freefall DJ David Bassin



David Bassin hosts an eclectic two-hour mix of future jazz, R &B, global grooves & abstract beats tat has received international acclaim since it's debut in 2000. Weekly rebroadcasts are available on Live365.com , Giant Step.net (NYC), Net-Musique.com (San Francisco). RadioTake10.org (China), DanceAnd Soul.com (Singapore). RadioPellenera.com (Italy) and the weekly podcast, available for free from the iTunes music store. More information, links to our partner sites and contact info is available at: www.freefallradio.com

Producer and Host, David Bassin

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FreeFall 535: 3.11.11
Matthewdavid - All You’ll Ever Know - International EP (Brainfeeder)
Taylor McFerrin - Awake To You (Brainfeeder)
Submotion Orchestra - All Yours (Jack Sparrow Rmx) (Exceptional)
Nostalgia 77 - When Love Is Strange - Sleepwalking Society (Tru-Thoughts)
FreeForm Arkestra - Lava - Metamorphosis (Straight Ahead)
DJ Nature - It’s Over (Golf Channel)
El Michels Affair - Run Fay Run - Fallin’ Off The Reel III (Truth & Soul)
Erlon Chaves - Me & Baby Brother (Monk One Edit) (Names You Can Trust)
Johnny Pluse - Dole Dance - How Much For The Monkey (Breakdown)
Isolee - Hold On - Well Spent Youth (Pampa)
Deniz Kurtel - Yeah - Music Watching Over Me (Crosstown Rebels)
Mop Mop - African Freedom (Jazzinvader’s Rmx) - Ritual Of The Savages Remixed (Infracom)
Flashman - Chapter 1: The Proposition - To The Victor - The Spoils! (Impotent Fury)
Afternoons In Stereo - The Mumakill (George Bitskias Rmx) - Rephrased: Remixed & Reimagined (Timewarp)
Om Unit - The Timps (Hrdvsion Rmx) (Civil)
Fatima & Floating Points - Red Light - Follow You (Eglo)
Wild Cookie - Heroine - Cookie Dough (Tru-Thoughts)
The Electric - Let’s Celebrate - Life Is Moving (OGS)
Bullion - Slight Jig In The Sky - You Drive Me To Plastic (Young Turks)
Rise - Shine Down - Messages (Futuristica)
Azar Lawrence - Linda G - Prayer For My Ancestors (Furthermore)
Austin Peralta - Ode To Love - Endless Planets (Brainfeeder)
Shoes - So What Version - Your Illusion (Shoes)
Take - Paper Garden (Low Limit Rmx) - Only Mountain: The Remixes (Alpha Pup)
Amon Tobin - El Cargo (Quemists Rmx) - Chaos Theory Remixed (Ninja Tune)
Velella Velella - The Goose With Problems - Atlantis Massif (self released)

03.11.11 Radio Goethe DJ Arndt Peltner



Radio Goethe presents a diverse overview onto the modern German music scene reaching from Rock to Pop, from Industrial to Darkwave, from Electronica to Medieval. Online at www.radiogoethe.org

Radio and Host, Arndt Peltner










Unheilig: Luftschiff
Polarkreis 18: Frei
Anna Aaron: King of the dogs
Mobylettes: Leg mich in Ketten
Samba: Tanz in keiner Angst
King’s Tonic: Monarchie des Rock
T.Raumschmiere: Entertain me
Namito: Marathon
Tom Thiel: STHG
Water Lilly: Unchained Melody
Ellen Allien: My tree

03.10.11 The Save KUSF Podcast Network Rampage Radio DJ Tonus



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STILL MOTION - SHAPE OF DESPAIR
The Exploited - S P G
Primordial - Fallen to Ruin
Hate - Hero Cults
Scott Weinrich - Hold on Love
Noctis Imperium - Unus in Nihil
Type O Negative - World Coming Down
Total Fucking Destruction - Hate Mongering Pig Pandemonium

Second Hour

Helrunar - Nibelspinne
Tankard - The Agency
Abysmal Dawn - Leveling the Place of Exitence
Dragged into Sunlight - Buried With Leaches
Insidious Omen - Through Stone and Steel the Flesh Speaks Deceit
Macabre - Big Bad Wolf
Loudness - Black Widow
Impiety - Ave Satanas
Moonreich - Du Sang Sur Les Mains
Motorhead - Waiting for the Snake

3rd Hour

Anti-Matter - Epitaph
Hellstar - Deathtrap
Neurosis - Souls
Onslaught - Antitheist
Near - The Mountains Blood
Vex - Ezra of Delusion
Obscura - Incarnated
Red Fang - Thirteen
Kingdom Of Sorrow - The Devil's Land
Srodek - Odestad
Crowbar - Cleanse Me, Heal Me

4th Hour

Ahab - Divinity of Oceans
Porcupine Tree - Hatesong
Satyricon - Sufering the Tyrants
6 feet Under - Victim of the Paranoid (live)
Electric Wizard - Night Child
Abscinate - Pervayors of Scum
Testament - Practice What You Preach
Balfor - Lights Demise
Ghost - Elizabeth


5th Hour

Katatonia - Departer
Dortenrecih - Tief in Land
Serpent Throne - 4 winds
Sacrium - Heartless Visions
Assassin - No Fear
Whisper of Fate - Forgotten Promise
Woebegone Obscured - Maestitia
Battle Lore - Blood Stainesd
Crucified Mortals - Desecrating The Dead
Fester - The Ancients Gods Wore Black
Crystal Viper - Night Of Sin


6th Hour

Scale the Summit- Secret Earth
Crowbar - Liquid Sky Cold Black Earth
Lazarus AD - The Strong Prevail
Mercenary - In a river of madness
Lifelover - Cancertied
Onslaught - Rest in Pieces
Vintersorg - Mork Nebulosa
Rotten Sound - Plan
Children Of Bodem - Roundtrip To Hell And Back
Death - Scavenger of Human Sorrow
Necronoclast - Ashes
Shroud of despondecy - Parting of the ways...

03.01.11 The Save KUSF Podcast Network DJ Nicole D



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Thinking Fellers - Father
The Fall - Spector vs Rector 2
Electric Eels - Sewercide
Konono no. 1 - Masikulu
Tender - Me Eddie
Porest - Let's Roll
Sun City Girls
Mothers of Invention - Brown Shoes Don't Make it
Fantomas
Henry Flynt - Acoustic Hillbilly Jive
Earth - Peace in Mississippi
Flesh Eaters - See You in the Boneyard; Cyrano de Berger's Back
Culturcide - The Heart of R'nR is the Profit

03.08.11 The Save KUSF Podcast Network Stereo Steve's Apocalyptic Podcast #8



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Stereo Steve's Apocalyptic Podcast #8

http://savekusf.podomatic.com/

PART ONE:
oshun - rattle of life
charles mingus - tijuana gift shop
chambers brothers - new generation
ananda shankar - dancing drums

mux mool - false worship
soft-tags - deathstar is ascendant
agent ribbons - i'm all right
patrina w/ maurice Patton and the melodians - shakes all over

tangerine dream - no man's land
caroliner - yearly ongoing bridgesnap
fslux - fsampler track 9
warren kime - eleanor rigby
leonard nimoy - a visit to a sad planet
fr p. spks
the frugal gormets - edit: satan's blood/manson

PART TWO:
the ray charles singers - i'm over here
manslaughterer - will fuck for sex
john renbourn - transfusion
unkown thai record - 'apples'

carlton melton - when you're in
witchcraft - it's so easy
hella - women of the 90s
artimus pyle - void/slave labor

righteous flames - shaving cream
aretha franklin - walk on by
ready men - shortnin' bread
quinteplus - ode to billy joe

the sonics - psycho
having fun with elvis on stage (excerpt)
bo hansson - the black riders/flight to the ford
ron nagle - marijuana hell
the section - sporadic vacuums of thought
three dog night - one man band
julius la rosa - eh cumpari
benny goodman - stomping at the savoy

five man electrical band - signs

03.03.11 The KUSF Podcast Network DJ Zoe



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FIRST HOUR:
CREAM - SPOONFUL 
THE ELECTRIC PRUNES - I HAD TOO MUCH TO DREAM LAST NIGHT

MY SOLID GROUND - THE EXECUTIONER
NEKTAR - KING OF TWILIGHT 
AGONY BAG - FEELAZUMBA
PAUL CHAIN - ARMAGEDDON 

DELIA DERBYSHIRE - Ziwzih Ziwzih 00 000 00
WORLD ENTERTAINMENT WAR - TELEVISIONARY
KATE BUSH - LEAVE IT OPEN
WALKER BROTHERS - NITE FLIGHTS
DAMON - CAN YOU FEEL ME

LIQUID LIQUID - LUB DUPE
ACID KING - CARVE THE 5

SECOND HOUR:
AKT - BATTLESLAY
BLACK SABBATH - UNDER THE SUN
NEKTAR - CRYING IN THE DARK

DON CHERRY - BROWN RICE
ARTHUR RUSSELL - PLATFORM ON THE OCEAN
THE SUPREMES - YOUR KISS OF FIRE
SMOKEY ROBINSON AND THE MIRACLES - WHAT'S SO GOOD ABOUT GOODBYE

SIR RICHARD BISHOP - BLOOD STAINED SANDS
THE SPACE LADY - I HAD TOO MUCH TO DREAM LAST NIGHT
ELLIOTT SMITH - ROMAN CANDLE
NEIL YOUNG - LOOK OUT FOR MY LOVE

ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND - WHIPPING POST

03.4.11 The Save KUSF Podcast Network DJ Mashi Mashi



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SAVE KUSF PODCAST NETWORK: DJ MASHI MASHI

THE WHO - PICTURES OF LILY
THE TRASHMEN - UBANGI STOMP
LES GOTHS - OUT OF THE SUN
BUDDY MILES EXPRESS - MY CHANT

NIKKI SUDDEN - THE ROAD OF BROKEN DREAMS
THE FLAMIN GROOVIES - PAINT IT BLACK
BIFF BANG POW - IF I DIE
THE MAMAS AND PAPAS - CALIFORNIA DREAMIN'

CAPTAIN NOWHERE - SING ALONG
ALAN PARSONS PROJECT - I ROBOT
ARIEL PINKS HAUNTED GRAFFITI - LIFE IN L.A.
MOONDOG - WHY SPEND A DARK NIGHT WITH ME
FINCHLEY BOYS - I'M NOT LIKE EVERYBODY ELSE

PUBLIC IMAGE LTD - PUBLIC IMAGE
WE LIKE CATS - MEOW HEAR ME ROAR
THE COLOUR FIELD - CAN'T GET ENOUGH OF YOU BABY

MATT BALDWIN - WEISSENSEE

03.04.11 Freefall DJ David Bassin



Freefall

David Bassin hosts an eclectic two-hour mix of future jazz, R &B, global grooves & abstract beats tat has received international acclaim since it's debut in 2000. Weekly rebroadcasts are available on Live365.com , Giant Step.net (NYC), Net-Musique.com (San Francisco). RadioTake10.org (China), DanceAnd Soul.com (Singapore). RadioPellenera.com (Italy) and the weekly podcast, available for free from the iTunes music store. More information, links to our partner sites and contact info is available at: www.freefallradio.com.

Producer and Host, David Bassin

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Dam Mantle - A Statute That Is Perpetually Unveiled - First Wave (Growing)
Brotto - Grassland (Brickwall Brigade Rmx) - Grassland EP (teaandcakerecords)
Adventures In Stereo - Amalfi Coast (Kanada Rmx) - Rephrased: Remixed & Reimagined (Timewarp)
Brian Eno - Surfacing - Small Craft On A Milk Sea (Warp)
Planty Herbs - Portal - Output EP (Wax On)
Laura Vane & The Vipertones - Mean Lover (Part Time Heroes Rmx) - Remixes & B-sides (Unique/Social Beats)
Oneman - In Pursuit (Names You Can Trust)
Los Chicharrons - Bamako - Roots Of Life (Tummy Touch)
Vesa-Matti Loiri - Comin’ Home Baby - 4+20 (Porter)
Herbie Hancock - Spider - Secrets (Columbia)
Bobby Womack - I Can Understand It - Understanding (UA)
Mr. President - Meet Again - Number One (Favorite)
Flight Facilities - Crave You - Nova Tunes 2.3 (Radio Nova)
Shareholder Tom - Love Leaves You Blue - Havana - Asmara via Colonia (Büro.9)
Shimi Sonic - Shimitronix - Funktronix (Pig Balls)
Quasimode - Whiskey’s High (EMI Japan)
Electro Deluxe - Where Is The Love - Play (P-Vine)
Hundred Strong (w/Amp Fiddler) - Stylin’ Free (Altered Vibes)
Papercut - Voyage Dans La Lune - Papercut (web)
MJ Cole - Manta - Satellite EP (Prolific)
Mizz Beats - The Day Before Tomorrow - Are We The Dictators? (Eglo)
V.I.V.E.K. - Talking Shadows - Future Bass (Soul Jazz)
Falty DL - Hip Love (Ramp)
Brandt Brauer Frick - R.W. John - You Make Me Real (K7)
Mr. President - Mr. President Theme - Number One (Favorite)

03.04.11 Radio Goethe DJ Arndt Peltner



Radio Goethe

Radio Goethe presents a diverse overview onto the modern German music scene reaching from Rock to Pop, from Industrial to Darkwave, from Electronica to Medieval. Online at www.radiogoethe.org

Radio and Host, Arndt Peltner










Beatsteaks: Fixit
H-Blockx: Time of my life
Rammstein: Amerika
Geist: Feuerengel
Kopfpilot: Zu schön um wahr zu sein
Tocotronic: Eure Liebe tötet mich
Ira Atari: Follow
Xenia Beliayeva: Ever since
Kreidler: New earth
Anna Aaron: Mary Ruth
Annakin: It’s a sin
Gisbert zu Knyphausen: Grau, Grau, Grau
Joachim Witt: Tri Tra Trulala

03.03.11 The Save KUSF Podcast Network The Orgasmatrain Special Limited DJ Shekky



some nasty old alcoholic fool rolled up on me the other day for no good goddamned reason ...breath smellin' like dirt cheap whiskey and two quarts of five day old sour cum...man, i love san francisco...

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RAT VS POSSUM--PILLS/TEMPLE
dinosaur jr--thumb
TARTUFI--HOLE OR SPACE

ozric tentacles--afroclonk/space raiders dirty mouse remix (floating seeds remixed)
farafina--samba
the fall--what you need
patty zeitlin and marcia berman--the angry song
retard--heart full of hate
the monks--i hate you
spiritualized--i think i'm in love
CITAY--TUGBOAT
the soul children--the sweeter he is part 2
throwing muses--pearl

HANS JOACHIM RODELIUS--FROGHEMUT
cluster--formalt
junk culture--west coast
HOLY FUCK--P.I.G.S.
DERU--BASICALLY FUCK YOU

MUGSTAR--FURKLAUSUNDBO
jerusalem--primitive man/demo
crime in choir--crystal cake
jimi hendrix--nine to the universe
john coltrane--the promise
rovo--sukhna

CAPS = RECENT RELEASE
parenthesis = compilation title