KUSF In Exile 08.20.12 3-6 AM DJ Battleax

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KUSF In Exile 08.19.12 10-Midnight Caught Up DJ The Chair

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Caught UP! with The Chair
Sunday 8/19/12 10PM-Midnight

Don’t Leave Me This Way- Thelma Houston
Let’s Dance- Bombers II
Funk Rings- Ursula
Phone Line- Fatima and Funkeneven
Child Of The Sun- Piranahead featuring Craig Huckaby
Love Has Come Around- Donald Byrd & 125th Street NYC
Slippery People- The Staple Singers
Lost In Music- Sister Sledge
Billy Who?- Billy Frazier
Teddy Bear- Michael Sterling
Chameleon- Schoolhouse Funk
Ridin’ High- Faze-O
Ponta De Areia- Wayne Shorter and Milton Nascimento

No Under On The Ground- The Visitors
212- Azealea Banks
A Shade Shady- RuPaul!
My Heart Skips A Beat- Cover Girls
Keep On Dancing- Gary’s Gang (Todd Terje re-edit)
Something Always Happens- The Art Of Noise
Runaway Love- Linda Clifford
Living On The Ceiling- Blancmange
Leke Pahla Pahla Pyar- Asha Bosle
Faking The Funk- Main Source
Constant Surprises- Little Dragon
Claire De Lune- Sounds Galactic

KUSF In Exile 08.19.12 6-8 PM Spotlight Minimal Waveforms DJ Schmeejay

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KUSF In Exile 08.19.12 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 08.19.12 10-1230 PM The Consortionist

Early Music in The Late Morning

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KUSF In Exile 08.19.12 1-2 AM Swamphell DJ Swamplord

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Insomnium – Ill-Starred Son
Spectral – Tank Attack
Dalriada – Hajdútánc
Ivenberg – Levande Helvete
Odious – Poems Hidden on Black Walls
Scarab – Ankh
Vintersorg – Ödemarkens Son
Sear Bliss – There Is No Shadow Without Light

Hello all! My name is Andrew Noerr, and I am a DJ here on KUSF in Exile. I am a sophmore 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 08.18.12 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 08.18.12 6-8 PM Turkish Cultural Program

"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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Singer - Album and/or song
Selda Bağcan - Bir Daha Gel Samsun'dan
Erkin Koray - Meçhul
Yeni Türkü - Eyvallah
Leman Sam - Nereye Kadar
Pinhani - Bana Hediye
Ozan Çolakoğlu - Aşk Gitti Bizden (singer: Tarkan)
Ozan Çolakoğlu - Ben Yanmışım (singer: Ajda Pekkan)
Sıla - Acısa da Öldürmez
Kurtalan Ekspres - Dönence (singer: Teoman)
Can Atilla - Cariyeler ve Geceler
Enoch Light and His Orchestra - İstanbul (1963 album)
Ajda Pekkan - Nasılsın, İyi misin? (1975 single)
Kesmeşeker - Atlar Dönmedi
Özlem Tekin - Kimse Bilmez
Hayko Cepkin - Sandık
Hayko Cepkin - Yol Gözümü Dağlıyor
Şebnem Ferah - Bugün (live)
Mustafa Sandal - Ego
Hadise - Biz Burdayız
Pinhani - Beni Unutur musun?
Nil Karaibrahimgil - Hakkında Herşeyi Duymak İstiyorum
Mor ve Ötesi - Sor
Replikas - Bir Ayrılık Bir Yoksulluk Bir Ölüm
Barış Manço - Ölüm Allahın Emri (1972 single)

KUSF In Exile 08.18.12 5-6 PM Francofun DJ Fari

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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KUSF in Exile 08.18.12 430 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 08.18.12 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 08.18.12 2-4 PM Roll Call DJ Margaret Tedesco

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Roll Call: Bay Area Arts and Culture

REMY CHARLIP 1929 – 2012

Ella Jenkins: The Hi-de-ho Man
Nino Rota: 8 1/2 Theme

1992 prerecorded excerpt of an interview with Remy Charlip, author, choreographer, dancer, and close personal friend of Cage and Lou Harrison on KPFA-FM, Charles Amirkhanian’s Morning Concert Series, for the John Cage Memorial Program Upon His 80th Birthday (September 4). Cage had passed away a few weeks earlier on September 5, 1992. This audio is part of the Other Minds Audio Archive from the Internet Archives.

Meredith Monk: Gotham Lullaby
Lou Harrison: Concerto for Pipa with String Orchestra I Double Concerto

1984 MOCA Los Angeles Radio Program, The Territory of Art: 10 Imaginary Dances by Remy Charlip. Curated by Julie Lazar, founding Curator then Director of Experimental Programs for The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (1981-2000)

Gabriella Ferri: Sempre
Klaus Nomi: Samson And Delilah (Aria)

Joe Goode Performance Group: Excerpt of a talk given by Joe Goode “The Felt Experience” at SF Camerawork on his performance installation “The Reconditioning Room” (1990)—commissioned by Capp Street Project (joegoode.org)

A reading from Remy’s book FORTUNATELY (1964)

Robin Rimbaud (Scanner): Fravaer from The Garden Is Full Of Metal, Homage to Derek Jarman
Nino Rota: Amarcord Theme

American born in 1929, and San Francisco-based since 1989 writer, choreographer, designer, and teacher REMY CHARLIP grew up in Brooklyn, NY, devoting his youth to investigating the performing, literary, and graphic arts. He studied design at New York’s Cooper Union School, but became part of American dance history when he attended North Carolina’s Black Mountain College. In that experimentalism, Remy became one of the founding members of the Merce Cunningham Dance Company, and remained with the company for 11 years, as both dancer, and set and costume designer, succeeded by Robert Rauschenberg. Remy, also a member of The Living Theatre directed plays for the Judson Poet’s Theater and the National Theater for the Deaf. In 1958, he co-founded the Paper Bag Players, a children’s theater company that is the longest- running troupe of its kind and also served as the head of the Children’s Theater and Literature Department at Sarah Lawrence College. A vast number of Remy’s fans were children who encountered him through his books for young people. There are 38 of them, suffused with fanciful prose, clever line drawings and enchanting sense of color. They range from “David’s Little Indian” (1956) to “A Perfect Day” (2007) which suggests that the perfect day does not have to be anything other than ordinary—one book, Fortunately, has been in print for 48 years. Remy won many book awards, including three New York Times Best Illustrated Books of the Year citations and several have been translated into French, Italian, and Japanese. In the dance world, Remy is remembered for his new form of choreography “Air Mail Dances” a method that grew from his work with the National Theater for the Deaf. They began in 1971 when a dancer requested a work and Remy, then living in Paris, sent her a series of postcards of figures drawn in various positions. Performers who received the drawings were free to dance them in any order and to supply their own transitions. In this way, he felt, dancers were part of the creative, as well as the recreative process. Remy proved a ubiquitous, mentor figure on the Bay Area modern dance scene. He regularly attended experimental dance concerts and was supportive of young choreographers. He was an artistic adviser to the performance art group, Contraband, in its infancy, and has collaborated with modernist Margaret Jenkins, Axis Dance Company, Oakland Ballet, and Joanna Haigood, among many others. Remy was honored with two Village Voice Obie awards, and a six-month residence in Kyoto, Japan as part of the Japan-US Commission on the Arts. He received a Sustained Achievement Award for his 20 years as choreographer, teacher and mentor in the Bay Area dance community in 2007 and the SFBG Lifetime Achievement Goldie with a focus on dance in 2001. Recently Remy was the model for Brian Selznick’s drawings of pioneer filmmaker George Méliès in Selznick’s novel, “The Invention of Hugo Cabret,” the basis for the Scorsese’s film, “Hugo.”

For more information on REMY CHARLIP
AGENCY: The Work of Artists, 2009. Montalvo Arts Center’s arts initiative exploring themes of interdependence through artworks that address a wide array of topics including: family, immigration, the environment, cultural memory, the continuing cold war, the influence of faith, and the shifting narratives of globalism. Curated by Julie Lazar.

Queer Cultural Center Commission: www.queerculturalcenter.org/Remy/SleepyTime.html
SFMOMA Open Space: blog.sfmoma.org/2010/12/collection-rotation24
Check your local library for Remy Charlip’s books, and more...

KUSF In Exile 08.18.12 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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BBC Concert Orch/Harth-Bedoya (9:08)

Prokofiev/Sonata in C Major for Cello & Piano Op 119
H-N Chang, Vc/Pappano, Pn (24:38)

Schubert/Piano Sonata in A Major D 664
Richter (25:18)

Franck/Violin Sonata in A Major Op 13
Bell, Vn/Thibaudet, Pn (27:20)

Bartok/Out of Doors
Perahia, Piano (14:56)

Faure/Valse-Caprice Op 30
Roge, Piano (7:08)