KUSF 01.01.11 4-5 PM Francofun DJ Zoé




A Crossroads for all things new of interest to the French speaking community. Featuring new music, life style, cultural events and interviews. Program is hosted both in French and English. Keep up-to-date with Franco Fun: Twitter francofun, blog address francofun.wordpress.com, or email farikusf (@) yahoo.com










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1. Suprême NTM - Interlude - [Suprême NTM] - 1998
2. M.K.B Fraction Provisoire - Fights In Technonights - [Des Jeunes Gens Mödernes] - 1983 // 2008
3. Plastic Bertrand - Tout Petit La Planète - [Tout Petit La Planète] - 1978
4. Oxmo Puccino - On Danse Pas (Éric Frison Remix) - [On Danse Pas] - 2005
5. Lord Kossity - Mash Up Le Show - [B.O.S.S. Of Scandalz Strategyz] - 1999
*LE 1/4 D'HEURE AMÉRICAIN* : 6. Chuck Berry - C'est La Vie (You Never Can Tell) - [St. Louis to Liverpool] - 1964
7. Charles Verstraete - Rock Rock - [Rock, Rock, Rock - French Rock' N' Roll 1956-1959] - 2009
8. Mistinguett - Il M'a Vu Nue - [1925-1933: La Grande Vie: Oublier La Crise (Chantons Français)] - 2001
*LE CARTABLE* : 9. Édith Piaf - Mon Légionnaire - [Mon Légionnaire] - ?? // 10. Serge Gainsbourg - Mon Légionnaire - [You're Under Arrest] - 1987
*LE MAGIMIX* : 11. Maldon - Zouk Machine - [Maldon] - 1988
12. Sinclair - Tranquille - [Que Justice Soit Faîte!] - 1993

// BACKGROUND // DJ Cam - Premier - [Liquid Hip Hop] - 2004

KUSF 01.01.11 430 to 5 PM Samedi Culture



Cultural News and Music from the French Speaking Community. Featuring interviews with French speaking personalities, special guests, and new music. Broadcast in French, hosted by the French Cultural Services; this program is sponsored by the French American Cultural Society.

http://facs-sf.org/








KUSF 01.01.11 3-4 PM DJ Pastor Tom



Personal Growth and development specialist Dr. Tom Polcari brings aboard topics that are too hot to handle by other stations. Regular listeners weekly come from every age, sex, and ethnic background. The music will consistently surprise and delight. Producer and host, Dr. Tom Polcari.








Radio Station Interviews with KUSF DJS about the Sale Of KUSF

02.13.11 KPFA Newscast On KUSF














01.07.11 WFMU Too Much Information with Benjamen Walker and DJ Billy Jam Talks To KUSF DJ Jantine B














01.23.11 KDVS Hipsville 29 BC hosted by Tim Matranga DJ Ron Q and Loren



01.23.11 KDVS Hipsville 29 BC hosted by Tim Matranga DJ Ron Q and Loren

http://www.kdvs.org/show-info/1471?date=2011-01-23

KDVS' sister station KUSF from San Francisco was abruptly shut down earlier this week by authorities at the University of San Francisco. This came as shocking and disturbing news to all those who've listened to and appreciated KUSF for 34 years.

Their spot on the fm dial (their FCC license for their radio frequency of 90.3 fm) was sold for $3.75 million. The sale is underway but is still pending FCC approval.

On Kicksville 29BC 1/23 we'll hear from two long-time KUSF djs, DJ Ron Quintana and DJ Loren of KUSF's Rampage Radio.

Loren
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Ron Quitana
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02.05.11 KSFS DJ Dylan and Guest DJ Nobody












Write these supervisors; they haven't yet publicly supported our resolution! Rally and decision from Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, January 8th outside City Hall, starting at 1 pm! Join us to show your support!

Sean Elsbernd (D. 7) Sean.Elsbernd@sfgov.org (415) 554-6516

Mark Farrell (D. 2) Mark.Farrell@sfgov.org (415) 554-7752

David Chiu (D. 3) David.Chiu@sfgov.org (415) 554-7450

Carmen Chu (D. 4) Carmen.Chu@sfgov.org (415) 554-7460



02.04.11 Midnight-3 AM KALX At War With Heaven DJ Keith w/Guest KUSF Rampage Radio DJ Loren




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AT WAR WITH HEAVEN 2/4/11 KALX 90.7 Berkeley, CA.
Host: The Fallen Angel with Loren of RAMPAGE RADIO/KUSF

12AM
Lifelover-Lethargy
Watain-Reaping Death
Black Sabbath-Stonehenge/Disturbing The Priest
Slough Feg-Trick The Vicar
Soulburn-Feeding On Angels
Sadus-Fight Or Die (D.T.P. demo)
Motorhead-Waiting for the Snake
Angel Witch-Extermination Day
Tytan-Blind Men And Fools
Tygers Of Pan Tang-Wild Catz (re-recorded)

1AM
Bible of the Devil-Womanize
Dorsal Atlantica-Violencia e Real
Immortal-Storming Through Red Clouds
Heathen-Arrows Of Agony
The Obsessed-Field Of Hours
Electric Wizard-Dunwich
Sacred Oath-Battle Cry

2AM
Death Angel-Truce
Brainoil-One Leaf Untouched
Sleep-Dragonaut
Memento Mori-The Caravan Of Souls
Trouble-Revelation (Life Or Death)
Manilla Road-The Veils Of Negative Existence
Doom-
Bulimia Banquet-Loadhead Destructor

3AM
Hellhammer-The Third Of The Storms (Satanic Rites demo)
Cirith Ungol-Atom Smasher
Sweet Savage-Into The Night
Anvil Chorus-Digital Mousetrap (Thought Crimes demo)
Anvil Chorus-Deadly Weapons
Sacred Blade-The Alien (demo)
Skupina F.R. Cecha-Into The Void





DJ Carolyn Keddy On KDVS 90.3 01.25.11

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LUMERIANS | Deathray Bradbury | Dethray Bradbury 7" | Rococo 2010
THE HOLYDRUG COUPLE | Now | Ancient Land EP 12" | Sacred Bones *new
FIFTY FOOT HOSE | Red the Sign Post | Cauldron | Weasel Disc 1994 (orig 1967)
BONGWATER | Great Radio | The Power of Pussy | Shimmy Disc 1991
BUNNY BRAINS | RU Ready Carolyn Keddy? | Bunny Magick | Blackjack 1994
BUNNY BRAINS | Erin Go Boom! (The Pinty Song)
SPROTON LAYER | Up | With Magnetic Fields Disrupted | New Alliance 1991 (orig 1970)
PREFAB MESSIAHS | Prefab Sun | Franz Kafka 7" | Almost Ready *new (orig 1981)
THE ZOLTARS | Party at the Batcave | self-titled 7" | Sundae *new
THE LOFTONS | Stockton Mental Hospital Theme | early demo | no label *new
GREEN SCREEN DOOR | Psychic Rape Machine | self-titled CS | no label *new
SALEM 66 | Lemon Rind | self-titled | Homestead 1984
GRASS WIDOW | Walking Out on Love [Paul Collins' Beat] | v/a: Under the Covers vol. 2 CS | Volar *new
VEGETABLE | Sol | C.F./Sol 7" | Gilgongo *new
J. MARINELLI | Your Ethos is Like a Drug to Me | Pre-Emptive Skankery Sessions | Commodity Fetish Analogue *new
JAMES ARTHUR'S MANHUNT | My God #4 | self-titled | Aarght! 2010
HANGING COFFINS | Ladies Upstairs | Bombers and Blues 7" | Malt Duck *new
ART LESSING | When it Ends | Lectures | KDVS Recordings *new
ART LESSING | Cantina
ELECTRIC CRUSH | Speed Demon | Dropouts in a Drug Haze | Black Gladiator/Slovenly *new
CRASH NORMAL | That's My Favorite Shit | Normal 7" | Royal 1997
CRASH NORMAL | Let's Cook Some Meat
SUBTLE TURNHIPS | Bob | Terd Album | HoZac *new
BUTCHER COVER | Census Man/Forced Friend | self-titled | Rotted Tooth *new
PINK REASON | Empty Stomach | Desperate Living EP 7" | Almost Ready *new
PINK REASON | The Song with No Name
BLACK SNAKES | Ride | Crawl | Radium 226.05 1988
INDUCED LABOUR | Red Deer Travelodge | Untitled 7" | Pleasence *new
JEBERREKENELLE | And My Hands Move Around | split LP w/ Rugburn | Reality Control? 1995

Many other bloggers and social-networkers have spread the word about the abrupt banishment of KUSF from the San Francisco airwaves, but if you haven't heard 'til now, this is truly a travesty. On Tuesday, January 18, the University of San Francisco ordered KUSF's transmitter to be turned off, removed staff from the station, and changed the locks. A deal had been brokered to sell KUSF's 90.3 FM frequency to a classical music network from Southern California. No warning was given, and now one of the greatest cities in the world is without its only full-power freeform community radio station. Over the years, KUSF has been one of

the handful of very best radio stations, with tons of great underground music of all flavors, and an incredible array of cultural offerings in many languages. It was only last summer that Rice University in Houston made a move to sell the license and transmitter of Freeform KTRU, causing immediate mobilization of KTRU staff and supporters to block the sale and keep a student and community resource from becoming another dentist's office classical music radio station. The same kind of effort is quickly under way by KUSF's staff and supporters. Longtime KUSF DJ Carolyn Keddy joined me on the air this week to talk about what's happening...and a little about what got her involved with KUSF 20 years ago and what kept her motivated to stay so long.

I'll never forget the day that I first heard The Consumers...it was winter holiday break from UC Davis, and fellow KDVS DJ Todd Urick (of the "Hometown Atrocities" show) and I were driving around the Bay Area blowing mad money on as much rad garagepunk and Japanese hardcore records I could afford, plus Killed by Death and Bloodstains compilations. We'd shopped and spent 'til we could no more...or so we thought! The moment that Carolyn played The Consumers on KUSF, we got off I-80 in El Cerrito--yes, we were on our way home--and turned back around to double back to Amoeba in Berkeley, where we found our copies of All My Friends Are Dead. We bought one each for ourselves, plus a copy for KDVS which we still treasure and play often to this day. Is that a record-nerd story or what? Thank you, Carolyn, for this disease you've given me.

If you want to keep track of what's happening, please check out http://www.savekusf.org/ andhttp://www.facebook.com/SaveKUSF.






KFJC 01.24.11 Thoughtline with Robert Emmett With KUSF DJ Irwin

Each week Thoughtline brings you fun things, interesting things, things you need to know. A place for ideas, resources, and dialogue. Find out so you can get involved with your community.

http://www.kfjc.org/programming/program_info.php?houroftheweek=18&info_id=4















KUSF/RadioValencia 01.22.11 Noon-4 PM

Thanks to John Hell and Radio Valencia for hosting KUSF DJs Nobody, Mun, The Sixth Degreen, Fari, Amper Dan, The Germ, Stereo Steve, Shekky and DJ Celbot. Stay tuned for more KUSF DJ guest appearances on Radio Valencia in the near future!

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4th Hour Germ, Stereo Steve, Amper Dan, Shekky and Celbot












KALX Soapbox Derby: with KUSF DJs Irwin and Noella Teele On The Air January 20, 2011



Soapbox Derby is a weekly half-hour program featuring in-depth discussions on topics ranging from city politics to international news with political and cultural experts. The show is researched, hosted, produced and engineered by Jesse Townley, Lars Skjerping, Lee Cressey and Loretta Gaines.

Soapbox Derby is a production of KALX Berkeley 90.7 FM on the University of California at Berkeley campus.

Every Thursday evening from 9-930pm the show is broadcast live in 500 watts of stereo locally and is streamed all over the world in multiple bitrates at http://kalx.berkeley.edu.

http://informationradio.info/post/2855740324/soapbox-derby-january-20-2011-kusf-music














KUSF staff devastated after sale of radio station | San Francisco Bay Area News - Crosscurrents from KALW

San Francisco Bay Area News - Crosscurrents from KALW
KUSF staff devastated after sale of radio station

http://kalwnews.org/audio/2011/01/19/kusf-staff-devastated-after-sale-radio-station_798492.html?quicktabs_1=1














January 19, 2011, WFMU FM, The Evan "Funk" Davies Show and DJ Carolyn

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http://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/38907














KALX Berkeley "Arts In Review" DJs Stereo Steve and Nate Orman from KUSF

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KQED Airs Show about KUSF With DJ Irwin

Bay Area Radio Shakeup
Wed, Jan 19, 2011 -- 9:00 AM

Longtime classical music station KDFC has been sold to the University of Southern California, and will move its signal down the radio dial. As part of the shift, freeform college station KUSF -- on the air at 90.3 FM since 1977 -- will go silent. We discuss the changes.

Host: Scott Shafer

http://www.kqed.org/a/forum/R201101190900














KPOO FM, San Francisco with DJ Harry D (In The Soul Kitchen)

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Celebrating 27 years on KUSF as the Bay Area's weekly source of Roots and Rhythm, In The Soul Kitchen with Harry D serves up an award-winning mix of of deep soul and funk, all styles of Jazz and Blues, New Orleans R&B, Gospel, Ska/Roots, Reggae, Latin, African, and select World Musics.



1.26.10 KPOO FM San Francisco, On The Spot with KUSF DJ Daniel Everett



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San Francisco Board Of Supervisors, and Media Videos

San Francisco Board Of Supervisors APPROVES Resolution to SUPPORT the Stop of the Sale of KUSF!!!
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TEXT OF THE PROPOSED SAN FRANCISCO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS RESOLUTION OPPOSING THE SALE OF KUSF



[Opposing the sale of KUSF’s FCC license to broadcast on 90.3 FM ]

Resolution recognizing the long and valuable public service of radio station KUSF; opposing the sale of KUSF’s FCC license to broadcast on 90.3 FM, requesting the USF Board of Regents to rescind the decision to transfer KUSF’s license and reinstate KUSF programming, and urging San Francisco’s Federal representatives to express their opposition to KUSF’s sale to the Federal Communications Commission.

WHEREAS, Radio station KUSF is a non-commercial community broadcaster located on the University of San Francisco (USF) campus and funded by USF, local and merchant underwriting, individual donations, and foundation grants; and
WHEREAS, In April of 2002, the Board of Supervisors passed Resolution 281-02, commending KUSF on the occasion of their twenty-fifth anniversary; and,
WHEREAS, KUSF began in 1963 as a campus-only AM station managed by the Associated Students of the University of San Francisco; and,
WHEREAS, On April 25, 1977, KUSF became an FM station broadcasting on the 90.3 frequency, broadcasting six hours a day; and,
WHEREAS, KUSF began broadcasting 24 hours a day in 1981, and continued to do so uninterrupted until 10 a.m. on January 18, 2011 when USF staff, without notice, terminated the broadcast and ejected KUSF staff and volunteers from the station; and,
WHEREAS, On January 18, 2011 USF announced plans to sell KUSF's license to broadcast on 90.3 FM to classical station KDFC, whose license for 102.1 FM would be sold to classic rock station, KUFX; and,
WHEREAS, KUSF has repeatedly been named the best radio station in the Bay Area by local media outlets, including the SF Weekly, Bay Guardian, and San Francisco Magazine; and,
WHEREAS, KUSF routinely provided a wide range of community based programming dedicating itself to giving a voice to the unique range of cultures & communities that help make San Francisco an internationally respected city; and,
WHEREAS, Such community service programming is highlighted by shows like Senior News, and Disability Report, which is a community service the station has served this city with for over 25 years; and
WHEREAS, KUSF has historically been committed to its obligation to serve all communities of San Francisco with programming in twelve languages, sometimes the only programming available to certain language and ethnic groups including :
• Chinese Star Radio (over 15 years),
• Armenian Hour (over 25 years),
• Turkish Cultural Program (over 10 years),
• Radio Goethe (in German, over 10 years),
• So Da Brasil (over 10 years); and,
WHEREAS, For more than thirty years, KUSF has been one of the main outlets for and promoters San Francisco musicians who are ignored by the Bay Areas commercial radio stations; and,
WHEREAS, Many now-famous musical acts first gained radio exposure on KUSF, including Depeche Mode, Metallica, The B-52's, U2, R.E.M., the White Stripes, and Kronos Quartet, in fact, KUSF has received one double platinum and seven gold record awards from the recording industry—one of the very few college stations in the country ever to be so recognized; and,
WHEREAS, KUSF has been a steadfast community partner with many Community Based Organizations promoting, health, the arts, education and social justice such as Shanti Project, Community Thrift, Exploratorium, Yerba Buena Center For The Arts, Frameline Film Festival, SF International Film Festival, Noise Pop, Mission Creek Music & Arts Festival, Project Open Hand, Film Noir Foundation, Media Alliance, Pets Unlimited, Cartoon Art Museum, Castro Theatre, Red Vic, SF Public Library, Coalition on Homelessness; and,
WHEREAS, KUSF has a direct effect on our local economy by supporting local musicians, artists, record labels, live music venues (and all the staff it takes to run them), promoting the work of our rich non-profit community through myriad museums, independent film houses, Internationally attended film, arts, and music festivals in San Francisco through the invaluable media coverage that helps them to reach their community about their efforts; and,
WHEREAS, KUSF provides incalculable value to the academic mission of USF by attracting students throughout the country to its Mass Media Studies program who enroll expressly because of the opportunity KUSF provides; and
WHEREAS, KUSF further supports the university’s educational goals by broadcasting student recruiting announcements for not only the College of Arts and Sciences but also other academic departments as well as airing Public Services Announcements promoting activities and events open to the public on campus; and
WHEREAS, KUSF provides live coverage of USF’s Davies Forum Scholars, a lecture series designed to interest students in public services and has featured such notables as McGeorge Bundy and Pierre Salinger; and,
WHEREAS, KUSF supports not only the university’s academic and intellectual programs, but also provides coverage of Dons sporting events including men’s and women’s basketball and broadcast the NCAA national soccer championships featuring the Dons; and,
WHEREAS, The loss of KUSF would thus have a devastating impact on San Francisco's eclectic and prolific local music, arts and social justice communities; and,
WHEREAS, KUSF’s programming enjoys a market share almost unheard of amongst college stations rating 7th in average quarter-hour audiences and 11th in cumulative audience listenership among adults 18-34 which is an understated market as Arbitron, the industry research and marketing firm producing the ratings, does not even measure KUSF’s ethnic and foreign language listenership; and
WHEREAS, The Federal Communications Commission's publication, “The Public and Broadcasting,” states that licensed radio stations are "required by law to operate its station in the “public interest, convenience and necessity.” This means that it must air programming that is responsive to the needs and problems of its local community of license;" and,
WHEREAS, “The Public and Broadcasting,” also states that radio stations must "affirmatively identify those needs and problems and then specifically treat those local matters that it deems to be significant in the news, public affairs, political and other programming that it airs;" and,
WHEREAS, KUSF met these requirements by broadcasting cultural programming every weekday from 6 p.m. to midnight and all day and night on Saturday and Sunday; and,
WHEREAS, The American Women in Radio and Television honored KUSF with its KUDO Award for the best cultural diversity programming on Bay Area radio; and,
WHEREAS, USF’s announced intention to stream former KUSF programming solely as online content is inherently discriminatory in that it clearly digitally divides its diverse audience, the digital divide being a symptom of a larger and more complex problem -- that of persistent poverty and inequality—an express reason that public, non-commercial broadcasting even exists; and
WHEREAS, Replacing KUSF's diverse, community-serving format with an all-music format would have a detrimental impact on San Francisco and would constitute a violation of the FCC requirement that licensees must serve the “public interest, convenience and necessity;” now, therefore, be it
RESOLVED, That the Board of Supervisors of the City and County of San Francisco hereby decries the loss of the cultural and community asset that is represented by KUSF and the loss generally of public access to media afforded by public radio and voices its extreme displeasure at the abrupt closure of KUSF; and, be it
FURTHER RESOLVED, The Board of Supervisors recognizes that KUSF 90.3 FM is a public trust and community asset that serves as an extraordinary educational tool, provides access to vital information to those who otherwise won't have it, and is immensely valuable to the people of San Francisco and integral to the fabric of our city; and be it
FURTHER RESOLVED, The Board of Supervisors requests USF to respect the requirement of localism by offering the City and County of San Francisco or members of the public the opportunity to obtain the 90.3 FM license and the KUSF name to keep it a San Francisco run non-commercial educational and community station; and be it
FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Board of Supervisors urges the President of USF and the USF Board of Trustees to withdraw any applications to transfer the license to broadcast on 90.3 FM and otherwise requests USF to reconsider its actions in closing KUSF and sale of its FCC license; and be it
FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Board of Supervisors urges Congresswoman Pelosi and Senators Boxer and Feinstein to contact the FCC and expression their opposition to any proposed transfer of KUSF's license to broadcast on 90.3 FM; and, be it
FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Board of Supervisors directs the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors to send copies of this resolution to USF President Stephen A. Privett, the USF Board of Trustees, Congresswoman Pelosi, Senators Feinstein and Boxer, and the Federal Communications Commission.





Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi to Introduce Resolution Supporting KUSF, Rally Planned at City Hall

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Ross Mirkarimi Speaks at KUSF Protest



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KUSF Protest at City Hall





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KUSF Supporters Speak at City Hall Protest







SF Supes Consider Resolution To Save KUSF
January 25, 2011 4:44 PM

SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) – The San Francisco Board of Supervisors has now been asked to weigh in on the sale of radio station KUSF by the University of San Francisco.
Last week, the lights went out on the nationally recognized station, which has been a fixture at the university for 33 years.
Students were told that a new station would return online. The sale prompted a community and student protest and station volunteer Irwin Swirnoff has asked the board to get involved.
“The spot on the dial is a limited public resource that really belongs to the community,” he said. “For USF to go behind the back of the community is really a disservice to the community.”
KCBS’ Barbara Taylor Reports:
Campaign Continues To Save College Radio Station
But university spokesman Gary McDonald said the station was sold because only a few students were involved.
“One of the things that we’re going to do is emphasize the student experience,” he said. “As we take KUSF online at KUSF.org, it will be the students we’re going to concentrate on.”
The resolution by Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi asks the University of San Francisco to cancel the sale and asks the Federal Communications Commission not to allow the license transfer to new owners.





















TODAY!!! Please Support KUSF At San Francisco City Hall!!!






Directions to San Francisco City Hall

http://www.sfgsa.org/index.aspx?page=1175

TODAY, January 25 at 1:00 PM PST there will be a peaceful rally at city hall to protest the sale. Please attend this event to show your support.



The 40 Best Little Radio Stations In America

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KUSF 90.3 FM
San Francisco, Calif.
2,850 Watts

The U of SF’s station is eclectic enough that it’s current top album is “Deutsche Elektronische Musik: Experimental German Rock & Electtronic Musik 1972-83” but Tom Jones, M.I.A. and The Roots are also up there. Paste reader Daniel Hooper calls it “the best place to find out what San Francisco CA sounds like.”



Protest Closure of KUSF







Fans Of KUSF Rally Against Sale Of Radio Station - News Story - KTVU San Francisco

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SAN FRANCISCO -- Hundreds of people rallied Wednesday night at the University of San Francisco to protest the recent sale of the campus FM radio station KUSF.
The normally peaceful Jesuit University campus was boiling with emotion.
Supporters of station KUSF marched across campus to confront the university president over his decision to sell the station. Workers and listeners said they were especially outraged over the fact that the station was shut down without warning.
"The way you run your Jesuit University, just cutting people mid-sentence is not really a very Christian or Catholic or whatever you want to call it. That's not the way you do things," complained KUSF supporter Kevin Kunze.
More than 400 people filled Presentation Theater to hear an explanation from USF President Father Stephen Privett about why the station was suddenly shut down.
USF's president said he couldn't talk about the impending sale because the negotiations included non-disclosure terms.
Privett added the radio station wasn't fulfilling the school's primary mission of educating students.
"We run a nursing school, we don't staff a hospital. We run a law school, we are not a law firm. We teach broadcasting, we are not fundamentally a radio station," explained Privett.
The station will continue online with its format of indie rock, foreign language and arts programming. But critics said that will not help listeners who don't have internet access.
On Wednesday, the University of Southern California issued a statement saying it had purchased the rights to KUSF to air classical music.
The selling price was $3.75 million.
"Unfortunately I think a lot of colleges are seeing an opportunity for quick cash especially when public radio and religious radio suitors come knocking on their doors offering millions of dollars," said Jennifer Waits, radio blogger.
KUSF supporters said they haven't given up and next they'll petition to the Federal Communications Commission to try to block the sale.



KUSF Has Been Sold-Volunteers Seek Answers

KUSF 01.01.11 8-9 AM Radiotochka DJ Johnny Darkbloom












This show is loosely related to Russian life in San Francisco, Russian
music made in the San Francisco Bay Area and in its homeland, and
other music that the authors like. The show aims to promote better
understanding of Russian culture in some of its less kitchy aspects.

DJ: Johnny Darkbloom

1. When the ships sail - Foxtails Brigade
2. Twilight Green - Foxtails Brigade
3. Еврейская девушка (Jewish Girl) - Yulia Belomlinskaya
4. The tiger - Ibro Lolov
5. Цыганочка (Little Gypsy) - Petr Leschenko
6. Рождество (Christmas) - Fedorov / Volkov
7. Никого не будет дома (The house will be empty) - Sergei Nikitin
8. А в Єрусалимі (In Jerusalem) - Kitka
9. На Муромской дорожке (On the Murom Trail) - Lidia Ruslanova
10. День народження (Birthday) - Vopli Vidoplyasova
11. Америка (America) - Novella Matveyeva
12. Новый Год (New Year) - Aleksandr Bashlachev
13. Новогодняя фантазия (New Year's fantasy) - Aleksandr Galich

KUSF 01.01.11 3-8 AM Defeat Sleep DJ Cactus




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Cactus presents Defeat Sleep every Saturday morning from 3am-8am. The program began in 2000, and expanded to the current five-hour exoskeleton in 2003.

Defeat Sleep focuses on field recordings, experimental electronics, noise, drone, doom, ambient, sound collage, and so on.
Email Cactus at danielhintz64 (@) gmail.com

1. BJ Nilsen
2. Stilluppsteypa
3. Olekranon
4. Reuber
5. Pan American

KUSF 01.01.11 Midnight-3 AM The Time Warp DJ Amper Dan





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Guy Lombardo – Auld Land Syne
Mister Loveless – June
Kiss – Rock and Roll All Night (and Party Every Day)
Ferocious Few – Gasoline and Cocaine
The Dollyrots – Because I’m Awesome
The Soft White Sixties – Let’s Get It Over With
Lynyrd Skynyrd – Gimme Three Steps
The Action Design – Landmines
Fans of Jimmy Century – Go Sugar
The Bruises – Black and Blue
Matthew Sweet & Susanna Hoffs – Go All The Way
Stripmall Architecture – Drunk Girls (LCD Cover)
Rocket – Shut Up and Kiss Me
Bird By Bird – Delirious
Killola – Gimme, Gimme
Abby Travis – Mr. Here Right Now
Rykarda Parasol – Your Safety is My Concern
The Aerosols – She’s So Far Gone
Hounds Below – Cumberland is Crumblin'
Kylee Swensen & The Nortec Collective – I Count The Ways
 
DJ AmperDan’s 2010 Top 10 EPs
10. The She’s – Wonder Band (from “Surfer Boy” EP)
09. My First Earthquake – Neon for You (from “Crush” EP)
08. Silver Swans – Let Me Know Now (from “Secrets” EP)
07. Polly Mackey & The Pleasure Principle – I Don’t Mind   
06. Minipop – Automatic Love (from “Automatic Love” EP)
05. Sentinel – Whaley (from “Four Days Deep” EP)
04. The Trophy Fire – Glow (from “Armor” EP)
03. A B & The Sea – Down & Around (from “Boys and Girls” EP)
02. Girl in A Coma – As The World Comes Down (from “Adventures in Coverland” EP)
01. Mister Loveless – The Old Pain
 
 
DJ AmperDan’s 2010 Top 10 Full-length CDs
10. B and Not B – The Benefits of Friendship (from “B and Not B” album)
09. Veil Veil Vanish – Anthem for A Doomed Youth (from “Change in the Neon Light”)
08. Fake Your Own Death – Mouth To Speak (from “Fake Your Own Death” album)
07. The Watson Twins – Devil in You (from (“Talking to You, Talking to Me” album)
06. Ash Reiter – Paper Diamonds (from “Paper Diamonds” album)
05. LoveLikeFire – Saint Martin (from “Dust” album)
04. Oona – Shhhout! (from “Shhhout!” album)
03. The Hot Toddies – Only with You (from “Get Your Heart On” album)
02. Agent Ribbons – I Was Born To Sing Sad Songs (from “Chateau Crone” album)
01. The Dollyrots – My Heart Explodes (from “A Little Messed Up” album)
 
The Dollyrots - Rollercoaster

KUSF 12.31.10 10 PM-Midnight The Friday Night Session DJ Mike Bee



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The Friday Night Session is hosted by San Francisco music addicts, DJs, writers, and bloggers: Andrew Jervis (Ubiquity Records), Mike Bee (Amoeba) and Tomas Palermo (http://forwardever.blogspot.com.) Since it's official inception in 1996 the show continues to present the most vibrant selection of electronic music on the San Francisco airwaves.

In addition to the full spectrum of electronic and dance music (house, hip hop, down tempo, dubstep, disco, soul ? if we like it we'll play it!) the hosts also draws on the links between now and future directions and more vintage sounds including jazz, rare groove, dub, Afrobeat, and funk.

The show often features exclusive unreleased cuts, DJ mixes, in-studio guests and ticket give-aways to the best local events.

KUSF 12.31.10 9-10 PM The Menace's Attic DJ Dennis The Menace



"Something old, Something new, Something borrowed, Something dusty." That's how Dennis The Menace describes his show featuring six decades of rock and roll by theme. Don't expect sets about trains, planes and automobile though. The connections are more about achieving the perfect segue, uncovering a deep musicological (or very trivial) factoid about the song or artist. All that and lots offer film tickets to indie films have made the show appointment radio on Friday nights!










The Menace’s Attic Episode #471 December 31st, 2010 The “The Good News Is It’s Only 9 pm on New Year’s Eve, So You’re Probably Not Drunk Yet. The Bad News Is That After You Finish Listening To This Show, You Will Definitely Want To Designate A Driver!” Edition (Every Set Starts With A Version Of Auld Lang Syne!)

OPENING SONG: I Need Your Lovin’ – Teena Marie (Motown) 3:35

Set #1 If You Are Having A New Year’s Eve Party And Didn’t Invite Me, Then Please Turn Your Radio Down ‘Cause These Are Some Of The Songs I Would Have Brought On That Awesome Cassette Mix Tape I Made Just For You! 14:16
Auld Lang Syne – Boney M (Atlantic) 1:00
Party – Elvis Presley (RCA) 1:26
Party Crashers – Radio 4 (Astralwerks) 3:30
Ain’t Nothin’ But A House Party – J. Geils (Atlantic) 4:43

Set #2 Meanwhile At A Nightclub That Doesn’t Exist Anymore, People Are Dancing Their Brains Out To Make Sure They Don’t Remember The Last Decade And Wake Up Tomorrow To One That Actually Works! 12:34
Auld Lang Syne – Techno Version (Unknown)
Countdown Intro from Instant Replay – Dan Hartman (CBS)
Everybody’s Free – Rozalla (Import)
Cool Jerk – The Capitols (Karen) 2:46
I Wanna Be Sedated – The Ramones (Sire) 2:29

Set #3 Yes, I Know It’s Entirely Cliched To Expect A Major Kiss From You At Midnight Tonight, But Since It Didn’t Work At Noon Today, I Figured I’d See What A Difference A Half Day Makes! 10:02
Auld Lang Syne – Me First and the Gimme Gimmes (Unknown) 1:00
After Midnight – Eric Clapton (Polydor) 2:51
Midnight Confessions – The Grass Roots (Dunhill) 2:42
Let’s Go Round Again – Average White Band (Arista) 4:09

Set #4 Well, I Figure A New Year’s Show Would Be Remiss Not To Get A Bit Political, And Heck I Hear That Next Year Sony Will Be Going Up Against The IPhone With The Come Back Of The Walkman! 9:13
Auld Lang Syne – Glenn Miller (RCA) 1:00
What’s So Funny About Peace, Love And Understanding – Elvis Costello (Columbia) 3:32
In The New Year – The Walkmen (Fat Possum) 4:40

CLOSING SONG: New Year’s Resolution – Otis Redding & Carla Thomas (Stax) 3:21

INTERVIEWS/AUDIO ON RADIO STATIONS ABOUT THE SALE OF KUSF WITH THE DJS OF KUSF



DJ Carolyn Keddy On KDVS 90.3 01.25.11

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LUMERIANS | Deathray Bradbury | Dethray Bradbury 7" | Rococo 2010
THE HOLYDRUG COUPLE | Now | Ancient Land EP 12" | Sacred Bones *new
FIFTY FOOT HOSE | Red the Sign Post | Cauldron | Weasel Disc 1994 (orig 1967)
BONGWATER | Great Radio | The Power of Pussy | Shimmy Disc 1991
BUNNY BRAINS | RU Ready Carolyn Keddy? | Bunny Magick | Blackjack 1994
BUNNY BRAINS | Erin Go Boom! (The Pinty Song)
SPROTON LAYER | Up | With Magnetic Fields Disrupted | New Alliance 1991 (orig 1970)
PREFAB MESSIAHS | Prefab Sun | Franz Kafka 7" | Almost Ready *new (orig 1981)
THE ZOLTARS | Party at the Batcave | self-titled 7" | Sundae *new
THE LOFTONS | Stockton Mental Hospital Theme | early demo | no label *new
GREEN SCREEN DOOR | Psychic Rape Machine | self-titled CS | no label *new
SALEM 66 | Lemon Rind | self-titled | Homestead 1984
GRASS WIDOW | Walking Out on Love [Paul Collins' Beat] | v/a: Under the Covers vol. 2 CS | Volar *new
VEGETABLE | Sol | C.F./Sol 7" | Gilgongo *new
J. MARINELLI | Your Ethos is Like a Drug to Me | Pre-Emptive Skankery Sessions | Commodity Fetish Analogue *new
JAMES ARTHUR'S MANHUNT | My God #4 | self-titled | Aarght! 2010
HANGING COFFINS | Ladies Upstairs | Bombers and Blues 7" | Malt Duck *new
ART LESSING | When it Ends | Lectures | KDVS Recordings *new
ART LESSING | Cantina
ELECTRIC CRUSH | Speed Demon | Dropouts in a Drug Haze | Black Gladiator/Slovenly *new
CRASH NORMAL | That's My Favorite Shit | Normal 7" | Royal 1997
CRASH NORMAL | Let's Cook Some Meat
SUBTLE TURNHIPS | Bob | Terd Album | HoZac *new
BUTCHER COVER | Census Man/Forced Friend | self-titled | Rotted Tooth *new
PINK REASON | Empty Stomach | Desperate Living EP 7" | Almost Ready *new
PINK REASON | The Song with No Name
BLACK SNAKES | Ride | Crawl | Radium 226.05 1988
INDUCED LABOUR | Red Deer Travelodge | Untitled 7" | Pleasence *new
JEBERREKENELLE | And My Hands Move Around | split LP w/ Rugburn | Reality Control? 1995

Many other bloggers and social-networkers have spread the word about the abrupt banishment of KUSF from the San Francisco airwaves, but if you haven't heard 'til now, this is truly a travesty. On Tuesday, January 18, the University of San Francisco ordered KUSF's transmitter to be turned off, removed staff from the station, and changed the locks. A deal had been brokered to sell KUSF's 90.3 FM frequency to a classical music network from Southern California. No warning was given, and now one of the greatest cities in the world is without its only full-power freeform community radio station. Over the years, KUSF has been one of

the handful of very best radio stations, with tons of great underground music of all flavors, and an incredible array of cultural offerings in many languages. It was only last summer that Rice University in Houston made a move to sell the license and transmitter of Freeform KTRU, causing immediate mobilization of KTRU staff and supporters to block the sale and keep a student and community resource from becoming another dentist's office classical music radio station. The same kind of effort is quickly under way by KUSF's staff and supporters. Longtime KUSF DJ Carolyn Keddy joined me on the air this week to talk about what's happening...and a little about what got her involved with KUSF 20 years ago and what kept her motivated to stay so long.

I'll never forget the day that I first heard The Consumers...it was winter holiday break from UC Davis, and fellow KDVS DJ Todd Urick (of the "Hometown Atrocities" show) and I were driving around the Bay Area blowing mad money on as much rad garagepunk and Japanese hardcore records I could afford, plus Killed by Death and Bloodstains compilations. We'd shopped and spent 'til we could no more...or so we thought! The moment that Carolyn played The Consumers on KUSF, we got off I-80 in El Cerrito--yes, we were on our way home--and turned back around to double back to Amoeba in Berkeley, where we found our copies of All My Friends Are Dead. We bought one each for ourselves, plus a copy for KDVS which we still treasure and play often to this day. Is that a record-nerd story or what? Thank you, Carolyn, for this disease you've given me.

If you want to keep track of what's happening, please check out http://www.savekusf.org/ andhttp://www.facebook.com/SaveKUSF.






KFJC 01.24.11 Thoughtline with Robert Emmett With KUSF DJ Irwin

Each week Thoughtline brings you fun things, interesting things, things you need to know. A place for ideas, resources, and dialogue. Find out so you can get involved with your community.

http://www.kfjc.org/programming/program_info.php?houroftheweek=18&info_id=4















KUSF/RadioValencia 01.22.11 Noon-4 PM

Thanks to John Hell and Radio Valencia for hosting KUSF DJs Nobody, Mun, The Sixth Degreen, Fari, Amper Dan, The Germ, Stereo Steve, Shekky and DJ Celbot. Stay tuned for more KUSF DJ guest appearances on Radio Valencia in the near future!

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2nd Hour The Sixth Degree and Fari









3rd Hour Jantine B, Amper Dan, Shekky and Celbot









4th Hour Germ, Stereo Steve, Amper Dan, Shekky and Celbot












KALX Soapbox Derby: with KUSF DJs Irwin and Noella Teele On The Air January 20, 2011



Soapbox Derby is a weekly half-hour program featuring in-depth discussions on topics ranging from city politics to international news with political and cultural experts. The show is researched, hosted, produced and engineered by Jesse Townley, Lars Skjerping, Lee Cressey and Loretta Gaines.

Soapbox Derby is a production of KALX Berkeley 90.7 FM on the University of California at Berkeley campus.

Every Thursday evening from 9-930pm the show is broadcast live in 500 watts of stereo locally and is streamed all over the world in multiple bitrates at http://kalx.berkeley.edu.

http://informationradio.info/post/2855740324/soapbox-derby-january-20-2011-kusf-music













KUSF staff devastated after sale of radio station | San Francisco Bay Area News - Crosscurrents from KALW

San Francisco Bay Area News - Crosscurrents from KALW
KUSF staff devastated after sale of radio station

http://kalwnews.org/audio/2011/01/19/kusf-staff-devastated-after-sale-radio-station_798492.html?quicktabs_1=1














January 19, 2011, WFMU FM, The Evan "Funk" Davies Show and DJ Carolyn

http://wfmu.org/
http://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/38907














KALX Berkeley "Arts In Review" DJs Stereo Steve and Nate Orman from KUSF

http://kalx.berkeley.edu/














KQED Airs Show about KUSF With DJ Irwin

Bay Area Radio Shakeup
Wed, Jan 19, 2011 -- 9:00 AM

Longtime classical music station KDFC has been sold to the University of Southern California, and will move its signal down the radio dial. As part of the shift, freeform college station KUSF -- on the air at 90.3 FM since 1977 -- will go silent. We discuss the changes.

Host: Scott Shafer

http://www.kqed.org/a/forum/R201101190900














KPOO FM, San Francisco with DJ Harry D (In The Soul Kitchen)

http://www.kpoo.com/
http://inthesoulkitchen.blogspot.com/










Celebrating 27 years on KUSF as the Bay Area's weekly source of Roots and Rhythm, In The Soul Kitchen with Harry D serves up an award-winning mix of of deep soul and funk, all styles of Jazz and Blues, New Orleans R&B, Gospel, Ska/Roots, Reggae, Latin, African, and select World Musics.

The Top 90.3 of 2010 at KUSF FM



DJ Blue Lew
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DJ Adam On The Air
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1. Ty Segall Melted Goner
2. Thee Oh Sees Warm Slime In The Red
3. Caribou Swim Merge
4. The Black Keys Brothers Nonesuch
5. Nobunny First Blood Goner
6. V/A California Funk: Rare Funk 45s from the golden state Jazzman
7. Dum Dum Girls I WIll Be Sub Pop
8. Beach House Teen Dream Sub Pop
9. Best Coast Crazy For You Mexican Summer
10. The Fall Your Future our Clutter Domino
11. Fungi Girls Seafaring Pyramids Play Pinball
12. Tame Impala Inner Speaker Modular
13. Deerhunter Halcyon Digest 4AD
14 Moonhearts s/t Tic Tac Totally
15. MGMT Congratulations Columbia
16. LCD Soundsystem This Is Happening DFA / Virgin
17. Bare Wires Seeking Love Castle Face
18. Wavves King Of the Beach Fat Possum
19. The Pleasure Kills Bring Me A Match Polypore
20. Tom Jones Praise and Blame Lost Highway
21. Emeralds Does it look like I’m here? Editions MEgo
22. Thee Oh Sees Dog Poison Captured Tracks
23. The Alps Le Voyage Type
24. Grinderman 2 Anti
25. Erykah Badu New Amerykah Part Two: Return Of The Ank Universal/Motown
26. Sleepy Sun Fever ATP
27. Eddy Current Suppression Ring Rush To Relax Goner
28. V/A Deutsche Elektronische Musik: Experimental German Rock &
Electtronic Musik 1972-83 Soul Jazz
29. V/A Le Pop 5 Les Chansons
30. Sun Araw On Patrol Not Not Fun
31. Laurie Anderson Homeland Nonesuch
32. Grass Widow Past TIme Kill Rock Stars
33. Aloe Blacc Good Things Stones Throw
34. Clinic Bubblegum Domino
35. Film School Fission Hi Speed
36. Blonde Redhead Penny Sparkle 4AD
37. Devo Something For Everybody Warner Bros
38. The Black Angels Phosphene Dream Blue Horizon
39. The King Khan & BBQ Show Invisible Girl In The Red
40. V/A Can You Dig It? Soul Jazz
41. Beach Fossils S/T Captured Tracks
42. Ferocious Few Juices Birdman
43. Mugstar Sun, Broken Important
44. Arp The Soft Wave Smalltown Supersound
45. Dara Puspita 1966-68 Sublime Frequencies
46. Betty Davis Nasty Gal Light In The Attic
47. M.I.A. Maya XL / Interscope
48. Swans My Father Will Guide Me Up A Rope To The Sky Young God
49. V/A Absolute Belter B-Music
50. Hobocop S/T S/R
51. Strange Boys Be Brave In The Red
52. V/A Ethiopiques 24 Buda Musique
53. Animal Collective Fall Be Kind Domino
54. Mark Sultan $ Last Gang
55. Neil Young Le Noise Reprise
56. Citay Dream Get Together Dead Oceans
57. Tom Wait s Glitter & Doom Live Anti
58. Japanther Rock N Roll Ice Cream Wantage USA
59. Charanjit Singh Ten Ragas To A Disco Beat Bombay Connection
60. Dungen Skit I Allt Kemado
61. V/A Madlib Medicine Show No 2 Flight to Brazil Stones Throw
62. Crystal Castles Crystal Castles Fiction / Universal
63. Konono No ! Assume Crash Possition Crammed Discs
64. Lumerians Burning Mirrors / Chevaux Fous Rococo
65. Four Tet There Is Love In You Domino
66. Woods At Echo Lake Woodsist
67. Isobel Campbell & Mark Lanegan Hawk Vanguard
68. Sugar Pie DeSanto Go Go Power: The Complete Chess
Singles Kent
69. The Roots How I Got Over Def Jam
70. Frankie Rose and the Outs S/T Slumberland
71. V/A In Search Of Hawkwind Critical Mass
72. V/A Brazilian Guitar Fuzz Bananas Tropicalia in Furs
73. The Victims Real Wild Child Golden Disc
74. Helen Kane Boop Boop a Doop Girl Delta
75. Stereo Total Baby Ouh! Kill Rock Stars
76. The Flips I Just Don’t Know Where I Stand Anymore Hozac
77. Hank IV III Siltbreeze
78. Archie Bronson Outfit Coconut Domino
79. Sleigh Bells Treats Mom + Pop / N.E.E.T
80. The Anomalys S/T Slovenly
81. V/A Solid Gold Italians Do It Better
82. Belle & Sebastian Write About Love Matador
83. Blakroc S/T S/R
84. The Pleasure Kills Dancing on My Bed Polypore
85. The Soft Moon Breathe The Firw Captured Tracks
86. Moon Duo Escape Woodsist
87. Johnny Cash American VI - Ain’t No Grave American
88. Personal and the Pizzas S/T S/R
89. The Splinters Kick Double Negative
90. Zs New Slaves Social Registry
90.3 Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings I Learned the Hard Way Daptone