KUSF In Exile 04.10.12 3-6 PM DJ David Ford

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All Purpose Hip-Hop (Music) with D.Ford 04/10/2012 03:00PM to 06:00PM

03:06PM Nas "The Don" from "The Don" (Single) New
03:09PM Smoke DZA "4 Loko (feat. A$AP Rocky)" from "4 Loko (feat. A$AP Rocky) - Single" (2011) on I Hiphop
03:12PM Kendrick Lamar "The Recipe feat. Dr. Dre" from "The Recipe feat. Dr. Dre" (Single) New
03:15PM Wiz Khalifa feat. 2 Chainz "Its Nothin'" from "Its Nothin'" (Single) New
03:18PM Freeway feat. Young Chris "LEAN WIT IT" from "LEAN WIT IT" (Single) on Team Early New
03:21PM Jay Electronica "Dear Moleskin" from "Dear Moleskin" (Single) on Roc Nation (USA) New
03:24PM Jay-Z "Moment Of Clarity" from "Studio One" on Roc Nation (USA)
03:36PM Jay-Z "99 Problems" from "Studio One" on Roc Nation (USA)
03:40PM A Tribe Called Quest "Bonita Applebum" from "A Tribe Called Quest: The Anthology" (1999) on Jive
03:44PM Das Racist "I'm Up On That feat Homeboy Sandman" from "I'm Up On That feat Homeboy Sandman" (Single)
03:47PM DJ Ammbush "Crispy & Clean" from "Crispy & Clean" (Single) on Sweetbreads (SWTBRDS) Local, New
03:50PM Kanye West "Mercy" from "Mercy" (Single) New

KUSF In Exile 04.10.12 Noon-3 PM Carolyn

If anyone personifies the word 'maven' it's DJ Carolyn. Her impeccable
taste in punk, garage and rock has influenced Bay Area listeners for over
two decades. A listener passionately sent in, 'she has always been the
only DJ that matters. She finds music nobody else does, and it rocks!' Her
dedication to the local scene goes beyond spinning the latest indie disc
or old-school classic, to outright mentorship of fledgling talent. Catch
her weekly show... and you'll find out why, when it comes to Bay Area
rock, you've been served." -From SF Bay Guardian who awarded Carolyn as
2006's and 2008's Best DJ: Terrestrial Radio

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Carolyn (Music) with Carolyn 04/10/2012 12:00PM to 03:00PM

12:02PM Radio Birdman "What Gives?" from "Radios Appear" (LP, Album, Private, 1977) on Trafalgar
12:05PM Primitive Calculators "Do That Dance" from "Primitive Calculators" (LP, 1979) on Chapter Music
12:09PM The Action "T.V.'s On the Blink" from "Complete Punk Recordings 1977-1978" (CD, 2009) on Sudden Death
12:14PM The Reactions "In Society" from "Saturday's Gone Wild" (LP, 2012) on Cheap Rewards
12:16PM The Mistreaters "Live Like You" from "The Mistreaters" (LP, 2011) on Dusty Medical
12:12PM Drosofile "Your Roberts" from "Mal b/w Your Roberts" (7 Inch, 2012) on SDZ (France) New
12:15PM Crash Normal "Chrome Cramps" from "Finger Shower 10"Ep" (Other, 2009) on Rijapov Records (Italy)
12:19PM The Wrong Words "i will change your mind" from "I Will Change Your Mind b/w How To Keep A Straight Face" (7 Inch, 2012) on Trouble In Mind (USA) Local, New
12:24PM Little Queenie "Blackout" from "Blackout b/w SS Shipwreck" (7 Inch, 2012) on Sweet Rot Local, New
12:27PM Nasal Boys "HOT LOVE" from "Hot Love b/w Die Wuste Lebt" (7 Inch, 2012) on Sing Sing New -- originally released 1977
12:30PM Thee Cormans "Cumin' N' Goin'" from "Biker Bitch b/w Cumin' N' Goin'" (7 Inch, 2012) on In The Red (USA) New
12:33PM The Blue Echoes "Tiger Talk" from "Scum Of The Earth (Part Two)" (LP)
12:36PM Guided By Voices "Keep It In Motion" from "Keep It In Motion - Single" (7 Inch, 2012) on GBV Inc New
12:38PM Ty Segall "It's A Problem" from "split with The Feeling Of Love" (7 Inch, 2012) on Permanent Records Local, New
12:41PM Reatards "I Gotta Rock 'n' Roll" from "Teenage Hate / Fuck Elvis Here's the Reatards" (LP, 2011) on Goner (USA)
12:42PM Pins of Light "4112" from "II" (LP, 2012) on Alternative Tentacles (USA) Local, New
12:46PM The Dictators "Hey Boys" from "live at Winterland, SF July 30, 1977" (Other) -- drummer Richie Teeter on vocals RIP
12:49PM Vex Ruffin "My MInd" from "Crash Course EP" (12 Inch, Rock, 2011) on Stones Throw
12:52PM Kids Of Zoo "Blackscratch" from "Everything's Cool (Debut LP)" (LP, 2012) on Adagio New
12:54PM Feedtime "Rock N Roll" from "Today Is Friday" (LP, 2012) on SS
01:01PM Dávila 666 "Pa Que Vives" from "Pa Que Vives - Single" (7 Inch, Rock, 2012) on Oops Baby Records
01:07PM Sneaky Feelings "Not to Take Sides" from "Time To Go - The Southern Psychedelic Moment: 1981-86" (LP, 2012) on Flying Nun (New Zealand) New
01:10PM Syd Barrett "Late Night" from "Best of Syd Barrett: Wouldn't You Miss Me?" (CD, 2001) on emi
01:13PM The Day Trippers "Where I Belong" from "You Got Yours! East Bay Garage 1965-1967" (CD, 2007) on Ace Records Local
01:16PM Ramones "California Sun" from "Leave Home" (CD)
01:18PM Veronica Falls "My Heart Beats" from "My Heart Beats - Single" (7 Inch, 2012) on Slumberland (USA) New
01:25PM Tele Drome "Replacements" from "Double Vision - EP" (7 Inch, 2012) on Hozac New
01:27PM Puffy Aerolas "Deathcraze" from "In The Army 1981" (LP, Single) on Siltbreeze (USA)
01:31PM Kicks "The Secret" from "The Secret b/w The Return of the Action Men" (7 Inch, 2012) on Shake Music New
01:34PM Cheater Slicks "Didn't You?" from "Forgive Thee" (CD, 1997) on In The Red (USA)
01:40PM Tropical Sleep "Diamond Tooth" from "Diamond Tooth" (Other) Local
01:45PM Terry Malts "No Big Deal" from "Killing Time" (LP, 2012) on Slumberland (USA) Local, New
01:50PM Squish "Rabies Is A Killer" from "Shame Spiral EP" (7 Inch, 2012) on Hozac New
01:53PM Guilty Pleasures "Homewrecked" from "Summer Strange" (LP, 2011) on Dusty Medical Records
01:56PM The Nothing "Uniformz" from "Scream 'N' Cry b/w Uniformz" (7 Inch, Single, 2012) on Sing Sing New -- originally released 1979
01:59PM The Larchmont Trash "I Give" from "I Spent Summer With...." (Other, 2012) New
02:02PM '68 Comeback "Paper Boy Blues" from "Paper Boy Blues 10"" (Other) on Sympathy For The Record Industry -- Jeffrey Evans day in Memphis today!
02:05PM South Filthy "Spyder Blues" from "You Can Name It Yo' Mammy If You Wanna ..." (CD, 2002) on Sympathy For The Record Industry
02:08PM '68 Comeback "Drinkin' Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee" from "Paper Boy Blues 10"" (Other) on Sympathy For The Record Industry
02:11PM Oliver "Vagabundo" from "Split '79" (7 Inch) on Jugoton
02:14PM Evans The Death "Telling Lies" from "Telling Lies - Single" (7 Inch, 2012) on Slumberland (USA) New
02:17PM Au Pairs "We're So Cool" from "Playing with a different sex" (LP, Rock, 1981) on Human
02:20PM The Normals "38-36" from "Vacation to Nowhere" (LP, Rock, 2012) on Last Laugh Records
02:22PM 0:30 Second Flash "Insanity" from "The Manic Depressive and 0:30 Second Flash" (LP) on Rerun
02:25PM Slug Guts "Stranglin' you too" from "Stranglin' You Too EP" (7 Inch, 2012) on Hozac New
02:28PM Carcinogenz "Die" from "Die EP" (7 Inch, 2012) on Going Underground New
02:32PM Dan Melchior "Barry Mundane Has Plans" from "Yachts EP" (7 Inch, 2012) on Hozac New
02:35PM John Wesley Coleman III "Don't Waste MY Time" from "The Last Donkey Show" (LP, 2012) on Goner (USA) New
02:38PM White Mystery "BIRTHDAY" from "Blood & Venom" (LP, 2011) on White Mystery
02:41PM The Mind Spiders "Going Away Tonite" from "The Mind Spiders" (LP, Single, 2011) on Dirt Nap
02:44PM A.H. Kraken "Allan Müller" from "A.H. Kraken" (LP, 2008) on In The Red (USA)
02:47PM Total Control "Carpet Rash" from "Henge Beat" (LP, 2011) on Iron Lung (US)
02:57PM Cheap Time "Hall Of Mirrors" from "Wallpaper Music" (LP, 2012) on In The Red (USA) New
03:00PM The Saints "NO TIME" from "(I'm) Stranded" (LP, Album, Private, 1977) on emi

KUSF In Exile 04.10.12 9-Noon Radiodrome DJ Schmeejay

All Jesus Music

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KUSF In Exile 04.09.12 6-9 AM DJ Stevil

6-9 am The Stevil show is a moody collage of music that soothes and attacks your senses every Tuesday morning from 6 to 9 a.m.  If music is the language of the heart, then the Stevil show is hieroglyphics on the caverns of the aorta.

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Stevil Show (Music) with Stevil 04/10/2012 06:00AM to 09:00AM

06:01AM Ulaan Khol "Untitled 4" from "II" (2008) on Soft Abuse
06:06AM The Inner Space "Es Zieht Herauf" from "Agilok & Blubbo" (2009) on Wah-Wah Records (Spain)
06:11AM Françoiz Breut "2013" from "A l'aveuglette" (2008) on Le Pop Musik (Canada)
06:14AM Cranes "High And Low" from "Cranes" (2008) on Dadaphonic
06:18AM Animal Collective "Peacebone" from "Strawberry Jam" (2007) on Domino Records
06:24AM Psychic TV "Godstar" from "Godstar 7"" (1985) on Temple Records
06:29AM Current 93 "26 April 2007" from "Aleph At Hallucinatory Mountain" (2009) on Coptic Cat
06:35AM The Rhythm Messiahs "Wet Signals Ophelia" from "Daymare" (2010) on Post Egoism Media
06:37AM Public Enemy "Rebel Without A Pause" from "It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back" (MP3, Album, Private, 1988) on Def Jam/RAL
06:42AM Dälek "Starved For Truth" from "Abandoned Language" (Rock, 2007) on Ipecac Recordings
06:47AM Dizzee Rascal "PARANOID" from "Maths + English" (2007) on XL
06:50AM Pinched Nerve "Back Door Step Down" from "El Pinched Nervosa" (2011) on Self Release
06:54AM Arab Strap "Dream Sequence" from "The Last Romance" (2009) on Transdreamer
07:01AM The Gories "Boogie Chillun" from "I Know You Be Houserockin'" (LP, 1991) on Crypt Records
07:04AM The Rivingtons "Papa Oom Mow Mow" from "Rocking R&B and Boss Ballads" (2007) on Shout
07:06AM Thee Oh Sees "The Whipping Continues" from "Castlemania" (LP, 2011) on In The Red (USA)
07:08AM André Williams "Bonin'" from "Silky" (1998) on In The Red (USA)
07:12AM Metal Urbain "Clé de contact" from "Anarchy In Paris!" (CD, Rock, 2003) on Acute
07:15AM Buzzcocks "I Love You, You Big Dummy" from "Time’s Up" (1977) on Mute Records
07:16AM Magazine "I Love You, You Big Dummy" from "Magazine: The Peel Sessions" (Rock, 2008) on Virgin UK
07:20AM Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band "I Love You, You Big Dummy" from "Lick My Decals Off, Baby" (Rock, 1970) on Rhino/Warner Bros.
07:23AM Sir Lord Von Raven "The Glass Castle" from "Please Throw Me Back In the Ocean" (Rock, 2009) on Happy Parts
07:27AM The Rogers Sisters "The Clock" from "The Invisible Deck" (2006) on Too Pure
07:32AM Helios Creed "Legs" from "Kiss to the Brain" (Rock, 1992) on Amphetamine Reptile
07:35AM Ten O'Clock Scholar "Lando" from "Quietest" (1996) on Grass Records
07:39AM Screaming Females "Fall Asleep" from "Castle Talk" (2010) on Don Giovanni Records
07:42AM Minor Threat "Stumped" from "Minor Threat: The Complete Discography" (1989) on Dischord (USA)
07:44AM 39 Clocks "Shake the Hippie" from "Pain It Dark" (Jazz, 2009) on bureau b
07:48AM Frankie & the Pool Boys "Pumpin' Surfing Stance" from "Frankie & the Pool Boys" (2008) on Double Crown
07:50AM Ralph Carney's Serious Jazz Project "Jeep's Blues" from "Ralph Carney's Serious Jazz Project" (2009) on Ralph Carney's Serious Jazz Project
07:54AM Les Breastfeeders "Septembre sous la pluie" from "Les matins de grands soirs" (2003) on Boxson
08:04AM Brigitte Bardot "Ca pourrait changer" from "Best of B.B" (1996) on Universal Music Division Mercury
08:05AM Man Man "Hurly / Burly" from "Rabbit Habits" (2008) on Anti/Epitaph
08:09AM Chen Santa Maria "Jefferson Chopper" from "Jefferson Chopper" (2011) on 333
08:15AM Dave Cloud and The Gospel of Power "Spotty Bird" from "Practice in the Milky Way" (CD, 2011) on Fire
08:18AM KABLE "Nobody Likes a Wise Guy" from "The Hand" (Rock, 2011) on Deep Dot (USA)
08:19AM GANG OF FOUR "You Don't Have To Be Mad" from "Content" (CD, Album, Rock, 2011) on Yep Roc Records
08:23AM The Stereo Shoestring "On the Road South (Re-Recorded)" from "100 '60s Acid Flashbacks (Re-Recorded Versions)" (Rock, 2010) on Goldenlane Records
08:27AM Moon Duo "Motorcycle, I Love You" from "Escape" (LP, Rock, 2010) on Woodsist
08:35AM D.R.I. "Girl With A Gun" from "Full Speed Ahead" (Rock, 1995) on Rotten Records
08:44AM John Doe & The Sadies "NIGHT LIFE" from "Country Club"
08:49AM William Parker's Organ Quartet "Document for LJ" from "Uncle Joe's Spirit House" (2010) on Centering

KUSF In Exile 04.09.12 9-10 PM Guitar Journeys DJ Giacomo Fiore

Guitar Journeys champions diverse traditions of guitar music from around the world, including classical, fingerstyle, jazz, bossa nova, and genre-defying contemporary compositions.  Featuring the ancient music of 16th century lutenists, fresh compositions by today's living artists, and just about everything in between, Guitar Journeys is the Bay Area's portal into a spectacular universe of guitar music. Email guitarjourneys@yahoo.com, and tune in Monday nights at 11pm.

Hosts: Theresa Calpotura, DJ Tuggy, Giacomo Fiore, and Teja Gerken

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KUSF In Exile 04.09.12 7-8 PM Fembot and Friends

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KUSF In Exile 04.09.12 3-6 PM DJ Blue Lew

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KUSF In Exile 04.09.12 Noon-3 PM DJ Miranda and Chris Fish

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FishRhodes (Music) with Chris Fish Miranda Rhodes 04/09/2012 12:00PM to 03:00PM
Beach House “Other People” from Bloom

Unrest “Cath Carroll (7" Version)” from Cath Carroll (7" vinyl 45) (1993) on Teenbeat

Lotus Plaza “Monoliths” from Spooky Action At A Distance

Woven Bones “I've Gotta Get” from I've Gotta Get / Hey Kid - Single (2010) on Hardly Art

The Men “Turn It Around” from Open Your Heart (2012) on Sacred Bones Records (USA)

No Age “You're a Target” from Losing Feeling EP (2009) on Sub Pop Records

Grass Widow “Disappearing Industries” from Disappearing Industries - Single (2012) on HLR

Girls “Alex” from Father, Son, Holy Ghost (Rock, 2011) on YOSHIMOTO R and C CO.,LTD.

Moonface “Quickfire, I Tried” from With Sinaii: Heartbreaking Bravery on Jagjag

Adam and The Ants “antmusic” from First Edition (LP) on EG

Arctic Monkeys “Reckless Serenade” from Suck It and See (2011) on Domino Recording Co Ltd / Hostess

Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti “Bright Lit Blue Skies” from Before Today (CD, Album, Private, 2010) on 4AD

Harvey Averne “You'Re No Good” from single

The Marvelettes “All The Love I Got” from 7"

Frankie Rose “Night Swim” from Interstellar (2012) on Slumberland (USA)

The Strokes “Electricityscape” from First Impressions Of Earth (Rock, 2005) on rca records label

The National “Anyone's Ghost” from High Violet (CD, Album, Rock, 2010) on 4AD

Lou Reed “VICIOUS” from Transformer (CD, Album, Rock, 2002) on RCA (USA)

The Smiths “This Charming Man” from 7"

Firehose “Sometimes” from sometimes, almost always

Screaming Females “doom 84” from Ugly

JEFF The Brotherhood “Bummer” from we are the champions (2011) on Infinity Cat Recordings

The Kills “THE LAST GOODBYE” from Blood Pressures (CD, Album, Private, 2011) on Domino

Cloud Nothings “Wasted Days” from Attack On Memory (2012) on Carpark Records

Dum Dum Girls “He Gets Me High” from He Gets Me High - EP (2011) on Sub Pop Records

The Wax Museums “Claw You Like A Cat” from Zoo Full of Ramones

Stiff Little Fingers “Alternative Ulster” from Hanx! (Rock, 2001) on EMI UK

Ceremony “HYSTERIA” from 7" on Matador (USA)

The Gits “Second Skin” from Frenching the Bully (2003) on Broken Rekids (USA)

The Damned “NEW ROSE” from Damned Damned Damned (LP, Rock, 1977) on Sanctuary Records Fontana

Deerhunter “Revival” from Halcyon Digest (MP3, Single, Private, 2010) on 4AD

New Order “Your Silent Face” from Power, Corruption & Lies (LP, Private, 2008) on WM UK

Syd Barrett “No Good Trying” from Crazy Diamond (LP, Album, Private, 1994) on Harvest/ EMI

The Go-Betweens “Lee Remick” from THE LOST ALBUM (2008) on The Go-Betweens

Crystal Stilts “Shake the Shackles” from In Love With Oblivion (CD, 2011) on Fortuna POP!

KUSF In Exile 04.09.12 6-Noon DJ Jennifer Marie Joyce

1st Three Hours

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2nd Three Hours

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::: The Vortex :: A Swirling Mass of Cooperative Components :::

Coil : Aqua Regis

Pink Floyd : Interstellar Overdrive Pt. 1

Radiohead : How to Disappear Completely

Gus Gus : Serotonin Syndrome

Mr. Little Jeans : The Suburbs (Arcade Fire cover)

Brian Eno : Pour it Out

Baths : Loveheart

TokiMonsta : Smoke & Mirrors

Cat Power : King Rides By

N. Lannon : Turn Time Around

Throbbing Gristle : Adrenaline

Justice : Genesis

Dominant Legs : About My Girls

The Magnetic Fields : Quick!

Kitchens of Distinction : Breathing Fear

Prince : Take Me With You

The Go! Team : Milk Crisis

Slim Moon : The Black

Laurie Anderson : From the Air

Maximo Park : Roller Disco Dreams

The Kinks : Do it Again

Timbaland (feat. Justin Timerlake) : Carry Out (remix)

Wee Papa Girl Rappers : The Beat, The Rhyme, The Noise

The Bloody Beetroots : The Way We Are

Dirtbombs : Sharevari

Crystal Castles : I Am Made of Chalk (reversed)

Slim Whitman : Let Me Call You Sweetheart

Maximo Park : Going Missing

Dolly Mixture : Everything and More

Ryuichi Sakamoto with David Sylvian : Heartbeat

Lynyrd Skynyrd : Don't Ask Me No Questions

Captain & Tenille : Love Will Keep Us Together

Mary J. Blige : Family Affair

Sleigh Bells : Born to Lose

The New Division : Opium

2 Hearts and Chemicals : Coming Home

Craft Spells : Scandinavian Crush

Brainiac : Smack Bunny Baby

Alice in Chains : Them Bones

John Lennon : I'm Losing You

The Wonderstuff : Goodnight, Though

Lil Wayne : I Feel Like Dying

Doris Day : Blue Skies

Ella Fitzgerald : Blue Skies

Josephine Baker : Blue Skies

Lil Wayne : I Feel Like Dying (chopped and screwed mix)

Toiling Midgets : Mr. Foster's Shoes

Depeche Mode : Shake the Disease

David Bowie : Subterranean

Elliott Smith : The Worst Part's Almost Over

Silversun Pickups : Bloody Mary

Jack White : Love Interruption

The Wolfgang Press : I'm Coming Home (Mama)

Mark Lanegan : Shooting Gallery

Mike Birbiglia : Arctic Fox, It's a Set-up!

Liars : Mr. You're on Fire Mr.

XTC : River of Orchids

Cashier No. 9 : Good Human

Kraftwerk : Man Machine


Roxanne Shante : Bad Sister

Everclear : Nervous & Weird

Mocket : Monitress

Nirvana : Swap Meet

Duran Duran : Girls on Film (night version)

Spiritualized : Sweet Heart Sweet Light ((New album streaming via NPR First Listen))

KUSF In Exile 04.09.12 3-6 AM DJ Battleax

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KUSF In Exile 04.08.12 10-Midnight The Soul Shakedown DJ Terry Dactyl

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KUSF In Exile 04.08.12 8-10 PM The Cotton Exchange DJ David Katznelson

Blues like you want to hear....


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Today’s Cotton Exchange celebrates the birthday of blues legend Tommy McClennan as well as hosts producer/artist Ian Brennan as the Grammy-winning producer (Tinariwan)
spins his own type of blues

Ramblin’-Johnny Shines
Stop And Listen-Eddie Lee Jones
I’m Going Don’t You Know-Tommy McClennan
Cross Cut Saw Blues-Tommy McClennan
Drop Down Mama-Tommy McClennan
Bottle Up And Go-Tommy McClennan
Mozelle Blues- Tommy McClennan
Deep Blue Sea- Tommy McClennan
Boogie Woogie Woman-Robert Petway w/ Tommy McClennan
Ride ‘Em On Down-Robert Petway
Whistlin’ Blues-Reverand Gary Davis
I Don’t Need No Heater-Mississippi Fred McDowell
Gaslight Light-Elizabeth Cotton
Jumper On The Line-R L Burnside
Four Women In My Life-John Lee Hooker

Ian Brennan’s Set
Ya Messiangh-Tinariwan
He Is Good-Malawi Mouse Boys
Woody’s Last Ride-Ramblin’ Jack Eliottt
La Porta-Jovanotti
Last Of The Cut And Pasters-Joaquina
To Listen-Malawi Mouse Boys
Sara-The Good Ones

Whoa Buck- C.B.
Levee Camp Moan-Son House
Prayer Of Death-Charlie Patton

KUSF In Exile 04.08.12 6-8 PM Spotlight Echo and The Bunnymen Part 2 DJ Chris Cook

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KUSF In Exile 04.08.12 3-4 PM Doppia Fila

Doppia Fila: Italian Music and Culture around the Bay
Beppe Circana

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KUSF In Exile 04.08.12 1-3 PM Liquid Konspiracy DJ Phenix Catsinger

An incendiary journey into the kool depths of humanity's collective unconscious like sol blending lights 'round planets of discontent'. A red glare of bubbling eclectic esoteric over ground soundscapes...

DJ's: Emerald Koolant and Phoenix Catsinger

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KUSF In Exile 04.08.12 10-1130 The Consortionist

Music with a Medieval Classical Twist

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09:55AM The Pennywhistlers "Tudora" from "The Pennywhistlers" (LP, World, 1963) on Smithsonian Folkways Recordings/Folkways Records
10:01AM Philip Glass "Ik-Kook" from "North Star" (LP, 1977) on Virgin
10:04AM Alfred Deller and the Deller Consort "When the cpck begins to crow" from "Folk Songs and Ballads" (CD) on Vanguard
10:07AM Robert Fripp & The League of Gentlemen "Ochre" from "Robert Fripp & The League of Gentlemen" (LP, 1981) on Polydor/EG
10:10AM Pierre Froidebise "Récit de Tierce en Taille" from "French Organ Masterpiece" (LP) on Nonesuch -- Couperin 17th c

KUSF In Exile 04.08.12 8-10 AM Whiskey Before Breakfast DJ Richard White

A two hour set of Folk, Acoustic, Flat Picking, Traditional, Bluegrass, Contemporary, and everything else related with waking up in a relaxed way to get the Sunday started off. Originally a radio show that was on WKSU, with Kerry Blech in the 70's, which led to the Folk Alley that we hear now.

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Mississippi John Hurt "Got The Blues (Can't Be Satisfied)" (1928)
Skip James "Little Cow And Calf Gonna Die Blues" (1931)
Kansas Joe & Memphis Minnie "When The Levee Breaks" (1929)
Charley Patton "Mississippi Boll Weevil" (1929)
Bo Carter "Please Warm My Weiner" (1935)
Whistling Bob Howe & Frankie Griggs "The Coldest Stuff In Town" (1935)
Bukka White "High Fever Blues" (1940)
Furry Lewis "Kassie Jones Pts. 1 & 2" (1928)

Robert Pete Williams "I've Grown So Ugly" (1961)
Clarence & Cornelius Edwards with Butch Cage "Thousand Miles From
Nowhere" (ca. 1959-60)
Smoky Babe "Going Downtown Blues" (ca. 1959-60)
Edward Hazelton "Mocking The Trains, Mocking The Dogs" (1960)
John Lee Hooker "I'm Prison Bound" (1960)
Mississippi Fred McDowell "Baby Please Don't Go" (1969)
Nathan Beauregard "'Bout A Spoonful" (1969)
Eddie "One-String" Jones "The Dozens" (1960)

Buddy Guy & Junior Wells "Early In The Morning" (1965)
Little Walter "Too Late" (1955)
Sonny Boy Williamson "Nine Below Zero" (1961)
Howlin' Wolf "I Asked For Water (She Gave Me Gasoline)" (1956)
Paul Butterfield Blues Band "Born In Chicago" (1965)
Capt. Beefheart & His Magic Band "Sure 'Nuff N' Yes I Do" (1967)
Canned Heat "Dust My Broom" (1967)
Fleetwood Mac "Cold Black Night" (1968)
Bert Jansch "Dissatisfied Blues" (1967)
Jo Ann Kelly "Moon Going Down" (1969)

Alberta Hunter "Down Hearted Blues" (1922)
Ethel Waters "Down Home Blues" (1921)
Bessie Smith "Gulf Coast Blues" (1923)
Victoria Spivey "Black Snake Blues" (1926)
Butterbeans & Susie "Elevator Papa, Switchboard Mama" (1930)
Memphis Minnie "Banana Man Blues" (1934)
Sally Dotson, Smoky Babe, & Hillary Blunt "Your Dice Won't Pass" (ca. 1959-60)

Elizabeth Cotten "Freight Train" (1958)

KUSF In Exile 04.08.12 2-8 AM Rampage Radio DJ Angelo The Prophet Of Doom

RAMPAGE RADIO is a 6 hour Heavy Metal radio show founded by Howie Klein, Ian Kallen & Ron Quintana which aired on KUSF 90.3 FM in San Francisco every weekend from March 6, 1982 until January 16, 2011 and continues to appear weekly on KUSF In Exile. The early years of Rampage featured the heaviest bands from the UK NWOBHM scene, Europe & the worldwide metal underground along with classic '70s bands and the roots of metal going back to the late '60s. Legendary artists such as Mercyful Fate, Yngwie Malmsteen & Metallica sent demo tapes to Rampage in the early '80s, receiving their first airplay on this show when no one else was willing to take a chance, and we are proud to have introduced listeners to every new worthy development in metal that has emerged over the last 30 years. Rampage Radio is now into it's 4th decade of weekly broadcasts and we continue to play non-commercial metal to an enthusiastic worldwide audience.

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Rampage Radio -The Prophet Of Doom 04.08.12 KUSF In Exile

Iron Maiden- Hallowed Be Thy Name
Skinner- Sleepwalkers
Shining- Dod
Entombed- Wolverine Blues
Thorr's Hammer- Norge
Skinner- Miss Agony
Embalmed- Transgression 666
Naglfar- An Extension of His Arm and Will
Exodus- Deathamphetamine
Dissection- The Somberlain
Death- Pull The Plug

Iron Maiden- Children of the Damned
Skinner- Hell in my Hands
Naglfar- III: Death Dimension Phantasma
Thorr's Hammer- Troll
Gorgasm- Axe To Mouth
Sanguinary Misanthropia- Of Death and Genocide
Cannibal Corpse- Scourge of Iron
Skinner- Breathe the Lie
Bolt Thrower- Valour
Hellcult- Satanic Warmetal
Coffins- Slaughter of Gods
Defiled- Unconscious Slavery
Katatonia- Omerta

Iron Maiden- The Trooper
Skinner- The Enemy Within
Incantation- Crown of Decayed Salvation
Entombed- Full of Hell
Cannibal Corpse- Followed Home Then Killed
Skinner- Sleepwalkers
Goatwhore- A Closure In Infinity
Ludicra- A Larger Silence
Inquisition- Those Of The Night
Cannibal Corpse- Demented Aggression
Ondskapt- A Graveyard Night
Rimfrost- Darken

Iron Maiden- Aces High
Skinner- Miss Agony
Thorr's Hammer- Dommedagsnatt
Cannibal Corpse- The Strangulation Chair
Borknagar- Roots
Naglfar- Invoc(H)ate
Borknagar- Frostrites
Borknagar- Oceans Rise
Skinner- Hell in My hands
Incantation- Christening The Afterbirth
Napalm Death- Dementia Access

Incantation- Sempiternal Pandemonium
Cannibal Corpse- Raped By The Beast
Skinner- Breathe The Lie
Thorr's Hammer- Mellom Galgene
Sacrilegious Impalement- Infinite Darkness
Cannibal Corpse- Crucifier Avenged
Skinner- The Enemy Within
Coffins- Sacrifice to Evil Spirit
Sargeist- Cursed Blaze of Rituals
Sepultura- Refuse/Resist

Gorgasm- Cum Inside The Carcass
Naglfar- The Dying Flame of Existence
Gorgasm- Erotic Dislimbing
Incantation- No Paradise Awaits
Ouija- In The Witching Midnight
Sarcophagus- Infernal Supremacy
Krisiun- Ageless Venomous
Svartahrid- Awake Or Vanish
Taake- Bjoergvin III
Tymah- Vihar
Sanguinary Misanthropia- Blemished With The Rust of Ancient Nails
Krisiun- March of Black Hordes

KUSF In Exile 04.08.12 1-2 AM Swamphell DJ Swamplord

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Solgrav – Vuoksi
Mors Principium Est – Hijo de La Luna
Nokturnal Mortum – By Path of the Sun
Ensiferum – Hero In a Dream
Tuatha de Danann – Behold the Horned King
Insomnium – Regain the Fire
Tengger Cavalry – 鬼骑 (Sunesu Cavalry)
Welicoruss – Waterwalking
Arch Enemy – Nemesis

Hello all! My name is Andrew Noerr, and I am a DJ here on KUSF in Exile. I am a freshman at the University of San Francisco, and I have always been interested in radio/TV broadcasting. Because of that, I chose to be a media studies major. Music and sports are my main interests, and music is what I am pursuing on the radio side.

I have a show on KUSF in Exile titled "Swamphell", and my name on the air is DJ Swamplord. The show airs from 1-2 a.m. late Saturday nights/Sunday mornings, and it actually is a very intense heavy metal show! I feel that it works well airing right before the famous Rampage Radio show that airs from 2-8 a.m. My focus is to shed light on the many great foreign bands on the metal scene, which also means that I will not be playing many bands from the United States. The genres that I play are 50% folk metal and 50% a combination of black and death metal. A fun thing I do for this show is that I am willing to play metal from all around the world, as metal is actually a very prevalent genre of music in many areas. One can realize this if they tune in to my show, so support me and give this a chance! Thanks for all the support!

KUSF In Exile 04.07.12 11-1 AM English Pound Radio

From Kingston to London and beyond … jammin’ reggae radio
Bob Loney (the Humble Lion) Colin Broomfield (Brixton Hitman) English Pound radio


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KUSF In Exile 04.07.12 8-11 PM Fermata DJ Stevil

A fermata (also known as a hold, pause, colloquially a birdseye, or as a grand pause when placed on a note or a rest) is an element of musical notation indicating that the note should be sustained for longer than its note value would indicate. Exactly how much longer it is held is up to the discretion of the performer or conductor, but twice as long is not unusual. It is usually printed above, but occasionally below (upside down), the note that is to be held longer. Occasionally holds are also printed above rests or barlines, indicating a pause of indefinite duration.
This symbol appears as early as the 15th century, and is quite common in the works of Dufay and Josquin.

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Fermata (Music) with Stevil 04/07/2012 08:00PM to 11:00PM

Dmitri Shostakovich “Allegretto poco moderato - Presto - Tempo I” from Symphony No. 4 in C Minor

Dmitri Shostakovich “Adagio - Allegro non troppo” from Symphony No. 8 in C Minor

Dmitri Shostakovich “Allegretto” from Symphony No. 8 in C Minor

Dmitri Shostakovich “Allegro non troppo” from Symphony No. 8 in C Minor

Philip Glass “String Quartet No. 4 (Buczak)_ Movement I” from Glassworks Box Set 7

Philip Glass “String Quartet No. 4 (Buczak)_ Movement III” from Glassworks Box Set 7

Philip Glass “Étude For Piano No. 2” from Glassworks Box Set 7

Ornette Coleman/London Symphony Orchestra “Skies of America” from Skies of America

Ornette Coleman/London Symphony Orchestra “Birthdays and Funerals” from Skies of America

Ornette Coleman/London Symphony Orchestra “All of My Life” from Skies of America

Wendy Carlos “March from A Clockwork Orange (Ninth Symphony, Fourth Movement, Abriged)” from A Clockwork Orange soundtrack

Wendy Carlos “The Thieving Magpie (Abridged)” from A Clockwork Orange soundtrack

Wendy Carlos “Pomp and Circumstance March No. I” from A Clockwork Orange soundtrack

Wendy Carlos “Timesteps” from A Clockwork Orange soundtrack

Wendy Carlos “Singin' in the Rain” from A Clockwork Orange soundtrack

Francis Dhomont “Allegro” from Frankenstein Symphony

Francis Dhomont “Finale” from Frankenstein Symphony

Air Liquide “Robot Wars Symphony Part 1 - System Engaged” from The Increased Difficulty of Concentration

Air Liquide “Robot Wars Symphony Part IV - One Below Zero” from The Increased Difficulty of Concentration

William S Burroughs “Quiet Waters” from The Priest They Called Him

KUSF In Exile 04.07.12 6-8 PM Turkish Cultural Show Guest Erkin Koray

Erkin Koray (born June 24, 1941, in Kadikoy, Istanbul), has been in the Turkish rock music scene since the late 1950s or early 1960s. He is widely acclaimed as being the first person to ever play rock and roll in Turkey; in 1957, he and his band gained fame by playing covers of Elvis Presley and Fats Domino. He was also one of the first Turkish musicians to embrace the electric guitar and modern amplification.


"A program in English about music and culture of Turks, with a summary of newsworthy developments,"

Ahmet Toprak, Ates Murat Temeltas, Fuad Tokad

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Aquarius records
1055 valencia street, San Francisco, CA 94110
Saturday, April 7, 2012 / 3:00pm until 4:00pm

Aquarius Records & Sublime Frequencies are pleased to present legendary Turkish musician
ERKIN KORAY in person at AQ records, SF.

In his first and only promotional event within America to date, Mr Koray will be visiting Aquarius HQ to meet fans, and sign copies of his r...ecent Sublime Frequencies release Meçhul – Singles & Rarities.

This is a rare and unique opportunity to meet the true godfather of Turkish rock and psychedelia - an iconic guitar hero and songwriting genius with a voice of gold, who has carved out his legend across the last five decades.

Erkin Koray was responsible for founding his country's first rock and roll group in 1957. Forging western sounds with his own inimitable musical mastery, he self-produced singles and LPs throughout the 1960s and 1970s that shook and altered Turkish society.
Erkin didn't stop at rock and roll. Over time, he began to find inspiration in folk sounds from Turkey's Anatolian interior, and radio broadcasts received from Egypt and Lebanon. He looked to the east from his west-leaning Istanbul perch, and began incorporating these sounds into his own work. This amalgamation was as unprecedented and unorthodox in Istanbul at the time as rock and roll itself had been in the 1950s. The resulting hybrid sound ignited what became known as the Arabesque music movement in Turkey – which continues to this day.

While Erkin has recorded and performed tirelessly throughout the years, both as a solo artist, and with the powerful groups he formed, his extensive back catalogue only began to be explored by the international community in the 1990s.

He is now recognized as one of the foremost global leaders of psychedelic, folk rock, pop and balladry. His music has stood the test of time more than many of his western contemporaries and influences have managed to, and his prolific work ethic has not ceased. He continues to live and breathe music, performing epic concerts, and continuously plotting new recordings and strategies. His vision and integrity, coupled with his pronounced world views and inherent musical greatness, have made him the unique and magnificent living legend he is today.

After years of bootlegged reissues on the market, Koray has been engaged in a decade-long battle to win back the rights to his own music both within Turkey and internationally.

In 2011, Sublime Frequencies worked together with Mr. Koray to present Meçhul – Singles & Rarities (SF067), compiled by Mark Gergis and culled from the personal archives of Erkin Koray. It stands as the first collection of its kind, authorized and approved by the artist himself.

The album features tracks that have been previously unheard and/or unavailable in the west. Ranging from the sublime to the surreal, these tracks offer an essential glimpse into the extensive repertoire of the great Erkin Koray.

KUSF In Exile 04.07.12 5-6 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. Francofun - Intro - [San Antonio & DJ Zoé] - 2011
2. Indochine - Republika Meteor Ouverture - [La République Des Météors] - 2009
3. Justice - DVNO - [†] - 2007
4. Indochine - Go Rimbaud Go! - [La République Des Météors] - 2009
5. Cut Killer & Fabe & Rim' K (113) & Doudou Masta - Ambiance Assurée - [DJ Crew] - 1999
6. Sinclair - À La Ronde - [À La Ronde] - 1995
7. Noir Désir - Un Jour En France - [666 667 Club] - 1996
*YÉ!-YÉ!* : 8. France Gall - Nous Ne Sommes Pas Des Anges - [Poupée De Son] - 1965
9. Ben Charest - The Chase - [The Triplets Of Belleville] - 2003
10. Kool Shen - 1er Round - [Dernier Round] - 2004
11. Kool Shen - La Bombe H - [Streetly Street] - 2001
*À LA GITANE* : 12. Manu Chao - Bienvenido A Tijuana - [Clandestino] - 2000
*TOUT L'MONDE KIFFE LE MÉTAL* : 13. Klone - ?? - [??] - ??
14. Mr. Oizo - FlatBeat - [FlatBeat] - 1999
*LE MAG*M*X* : 15. Élégance - Vacances J'Oublie Tout - [Vacances J'Oublie Tout] - 1982
*LE 1/4 D'HEURE AMÉRICAIN* : 16. Justice & Uffie - The Party - [†] - 2007

// BACKGROUND // Justice - Stress // Genesis [†] - 2007

KUSF in Exile 04.07.12 430 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.


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KUSF In Exile 04.07.12 4-430 PM The Pastor Tom Show

The Pastor Tom Show

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.

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KUSF In Exile 04.07.12 2-4 PM Roll Call DJ Margaret Tedesco

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Roll Call: Bay Area Arts and Culture

The playlist for this program was selected by guest KALX “Dj Matokie”, Heidi de Vries

Don’t Be Mean // The Raincoats // Looking in the Shadows
Anteroom // EMA // Past Life Martyred Saints
My Mistakes // Eleanor Friedberger // Last Summer
Changer // Anaïs Mitchell // The Brightness
St. Swithin’s Day // Dubstar // Disgraceful
Outside Of Town // The Geraldine Fibbers // Lost Somewhere Between The Earth & My Home
Darlin Man // Peggy Honeywell // Water Under the Bridge (Soundtrack from the Motion Picture)
Not Too Soon // Throwing Muses // The Real Ramona
5 Years // Björk // Homogenic
Back To Me // Kathleen Edwards // Back to Me
Ballade De Melody Nelson (with Lane Birkin) // Portishead

Dj Margaret is joined in conversation with two active long-time members of Bay Area art, writing, and music communities, writer and KALX Berkeley 90.7fm “Dj Matokie” HEIDI DE VRIES who spends much of her extracurricular time participating in art and culture in the Bay Area and beyond. Heidi is an active cultural blogger at Engineer’s Daughter. Plus SUZANNE STEIN, poet and publisher of the Oakland-based press TAXT. Suzanne currently works as community producer at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, editing the museum’s blog, Open Space, and organizing a variety of talk- and conversation-based programs.

HEIDI DE VRIES lives in the Bay Area and freelances as a writer and a music consultant. She is also a volunteer DJ at KALX Berkeley, and though her show is currently on hiatus she would be happy to recommend some awesome tunes for you anytime. You can find Heidi at her blog, Engineer’s Daughter...to quote her “I’m just your average art-and-culture-lovin’ world-travelin’ Latin-quotin’ vegetarian DJ sort of girl.”

SUZANNE STEIN is the author of Tout va bien (Displaced) and HOLE IN SPACE (OMG!). Poems, talk performances, and prose have appeared in War and Peace, On: Contemporary Practice, Counterpath Online; and at New Langton Arts, the San Francisco Exploratorium, The Poetry Project, and elsewhere. She is editor and publisher of the small, Oakland-based poetry press TAXT and was codirector and film curator at four walls gallery in San Francisco. She works currently as community producer at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, organizing a variety of talk- and conversation-based programs, and is editor-in-chief of the museum’s blog, Open Space.

For more information on
Heidi de Vries
Engineer’s Daughter: engineersdaughter.typepad.com
SF Weekly archive of writings
Collection Rotation, SFMOMA Open Space blog archive: blog.sfmoma.org/2008/10/collection-rotation4
Check the Matokie page on Facebook for upcoming schedule on KALX Berkeley 90.7fm

Suzanne Stein
LWC/LWK: i-caved.blogspot.com
TAXT: taxtpress.blogspot.com
TAXT out-of-print chapbooks archived downloadable PDFs at Deep Oakland: www.deepoakland.org/text?tag=Taxt
SFMOMA OPEN SPACE BLOG: http://blog.sfmoma.org
Check out RE@DS program at the Berkeley Art Museum, Friday evenings at 5:30pm, cocurated with writer David Brazil

Photo credits:
Aleksandr Vladimirskiy, Heidi De Vries at The Headlands
Lori Matsumoto, Dj Matokie in KALX studio
Book jacket, Tout va bien by Suzanne Stein (2012 Displaced Press)
Sherry Goodman, Suzanne Stein at Berkeley Art Museum
Suzanne Stein SFMOMA, Living Room, Saturday Salon, June 4, 2011

KUSF In Exile 04.07.12 Noon-2 PM Cowboy in Exile DJ Jim Levine

Classical music-all forms, all eras, performed by groups of all sizes.
Email:  jasperthebeagle@yahoo.com

Producer and Host, Jim Levine

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