KUSF In Exile 08.26.12 1-3 PM Guest Andrew Hernandez Liquid Konspiracy DJ Emerald Koolant

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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Guest Andrew Hernandez and Emerald Koolant Discuss the The Monterey Summer of Love Festival

Déjà vu: 1967 Monterey Pop Festival to be celebrated again from the same exact stage as '67!

The Monterey Summer of Love Festival is pleased to announce that it will celebrate the iconic music history of 1967 on Saturday, September 29, 2012 from 10:00 AM -- 10:00 PM. The Monterey Summer of Love Festival 2012-45 Years Later will feature some acts from the original festival and the 60's era. The festival is celebrating the 45th anniversary of 4 major music events from 1967:
The Monterey Pop Festival, the release of the Beatles' Sgt. Peppers album, The Doors 'Light My Fire' climbing the AM radio charts and the San Francisco Summer of Love sound.


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KUSF In Exile 08.26.12 10-1230 PM The Consortionist

Early Music in The Late Morning

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Deller Consort "In Exitu Israerl" from "Chant Gregorien" on harmonia mundi -- 8th c
Deller Consort "Ad Coenum Agni" from "Chant Gregorien" on harmonia mundi -- 8th c
Tobias Lilja "My Authority" from "Time Is On My Side" on n5MD -- 2007
Stephan Micus "The Music of Stones, Pt. 6" from "The Music of Stones" on Jazz -- 1989
Tom Carter and Robert Horton "Bassisms" from "Lunar Eclipse" on Important -- 2004
Glenn Gould "Fugue no 7 for Organ" from "Bach: The Art of the Fugue" on Columbia -- 1751
Belle and Sebastian "Mary Jo" from "Tigermilk" on Matador -- 1996
Stanley Taylor Consort "The Bells" from "Dulcet Pipes" on Vanguard -- William Byrd 16th c
Michael Brook "Distant Village" from "Hybrid" on Virgin UK -- 1985
Tangerine Dream "Hyperborea" from "Hyperborea" on Virgin UK -- 1983
James Blackshaw "Sunshrine" from "Sunshrine" on Digitalis Industries -- 2005
The Camerata of London (Glenda Simpson) "To Plead My Faith" from "The Queen's Men" on MHS -- Daniel Batchelor 16th c
The Camerata of London (Glenda Simpson) "It Was a Time When Silly Bees" from "The Queen's Men" on MHS -- John Dowland 16th c
Brigitte Fontaine & Areski Belkacem "Vous et nous" from "Vous et nous" on Saravah -- 1977
The Pennywhistlers "Shto Mi a Milo" from "The Pennywhistlers" on Smithsonian Folkways Recordings/Folkways Records
The Pennywhistlers "Zaspala e fida" from "The Pennywhistlers" on Smithsonian Folkways Recordings/Folkways Records

KUSF In Exile 08.26.12 2-8 AM Rampage Radio DJ Tonus

1st Three Hours

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2nd Three Hours

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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.

KUSF In Exile 08.26.12 1-2 AM Swamphell DJ Swamplord

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Be’lakor – Absit Omen
Folkodia – Sword of Kings
Fjoergyn – Ich bin der Frost
VallorcH – Silence Oblivion
Mindpath – Just Blood In Heart
Mar de Grises – Summon Me
Månegarm – Vetrarmegin

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 08.25.12 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 08.25.12 8-11 PM Fermata DJ Fari

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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KUSF In Exile 08.25.12 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
Zakkum - 24 Ayar
Nil Karaibrahimgil - Istanbul'dayim
İskender Paydaş - Bu Aşk Fazla Sana (singer: Teoman)
Ozan Çolakoğlu - Seyre Dursun Aşk (singer: Gülşen)
Pinhani - Çok Aşık
Kurtalan Ekspres - Kara Sevda (singer: Özlem Tekin)
Erkin Koray - Cümbür Cemaat
Selda Bağcan - Efkarlıyım Erenler
Yeni Türkü - İmkansız
Replikas - Hudey Hudey
Halil Sezai - Sevda Tanrıçası
Ayten Alpman - Her Yaşın Ayrı Bir Güzelliği Var

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Ajda Pekkan - İnanmam (1975 single)
Ajda Pekkan - Yakar Geçerim (2011 album: Farkın Bu)
Ozan Çolakoğlu - Aşk Gitti Bizden (singer: Tarkan)
Nilüfer - Göreceksin Kendini (1973 single)
Nilüfer (with Yüksek Sadakat) - Göreceksin Kendini (2011 album: 12 Düet)
Ozan Doğulu - Gidiyorum (singer: Sezen Aksu)
Sertab Erener - Biz Heybeli'de Her Gece

KUSF In Exile 08.25.12 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 08.25.12 430 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 08.25.12 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 08.25.12 2-4 PM Roll Call DJ Margaret Tedesco

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Roll Call: Bay Area Arts and Culture
Perfect Target: Mutants
Naum Gabo: U-J3RK5
We Are The One: The Avengers
Substandard Film: La Loora
In The Dark: Romeo Void
Psychotic Louie Louie: 39 Clocks
Spoken by Stephanie from Marseille, Yes I Do: Chicks On Speed
Fussgangerzone: Carambolage
I Believe In Me: The Avengers
Typical Girls: Slits
In San Francisco: Tuxedomoon
Everything You Want: Tuxedomoon
Paint It Black: The Avengers
Myself To Myself: Romeo Void
Lines: Noh Mercy
Under The Big Black Sun: X
Sexboy (feat. The Mae-Shi & Paul Roessler): The Screamers
Dive: Bauhaus
My Way: Sex Pistols
I Wanna Be Free: The Monkees

Dj Margaret is joined in conversation with STEVEN WOLF, Steven Wolf Fine Arts, a space that exhibits contemporary art in the Mission/Potrero Hill neighborhood of San Francisco. Current group exhibition, Wall of Sound with artists David J. Haskins, Exene Cervenka, Penelope Houston, Tomata Du Plenty, V. Vale, Monte Cazazza, Matt Heckert, Raymond Pettibon, J.C. Garret, Fayette Hauser, and V. Vale and Marian Wallace, on view through 8 September.

STEVEN WOLF is an independent curator, writer and gallerist based in San Francisco. He was a newspaper reporter and a private dealer specializing in 20th century art before opening Steven Wolf Fine Arts in 2004 in 49 Geary, downtown San Francisco, now located on 19th St. in the Mission/Potrero Hill neighborhood. The gallery exhibits post war and contemporary art in all media, publishes catalogues and artist books. Steven Wolf intermittently posts a blog called theoffbrand.com in which he writes about the junk he finds at the flea market and SFMOMA Open Space Blog.

(Notes on the exhibition)
The rise of punk rock in the 1970s provoked an explosion of collage-based visual art. A new generation of rebels reworked dada aesthetics in the design of flyers, zines and studio art. Some of the most interesting work was done by the musicians themselves. The bridge that formed between music and visual art inaugurated a hybridity now common in studio practice where art history shares equal space with movies, music and television as source material for artists. This show will revisit that time, focusing exclusively on the west coast, and take pleasure in the diversity of approaches and styles. There will be work in the show by artists who are better known as musicians, and by musicians who are better known as artists. We will replay the moment when artists circled back to an earlier aesthetic only to open a futuristic mindset.

San Francisco, 1979—“No answering machines. No computers. No internet. No cordless phones (much less cell phones). No color Xerox. Only DayGlo colored paper for posters. Graphics meticulously cut and pasted out of magazines, newspapers, or clear plastic rub-on letters. All Super 8 movies on film or the new ‘video’ were very expensive to process and you needed to be rich or have access to a school to use the equipment. All photography was either Polaroid or else you needed to have access to a darkroom. “We communicated with posters on telephone poles, sympathetic radio stations, and word of mouth. We visited each other’s homes to draw, paint, and listen to records. We wrote and received letters sent through the mail. We discussed politics, art, music, and philosophy in person.” —Esmerelda, Noh Mercy, a band formed in San Francisco in 1977. NOH MERCY was comprised of two women: Esmerelda and Tony Hotel. The band’s motto was “No Boys On Guitars” as a reaction against male-dominated rock ‘n’ roll. (www.superiorviaduct.com)

A reading by Steven Wolf—The True Dealer Helps the World By Revealing Mystic Truths, an essay written for SFMOMA’s The Living Room, a salon-style event for the Stein’s Collect exhibition in June 2011. 21 Bay Area luminaries were invited to tell their personal recollections witnessing moments in Bay Area avant-garde histories.

For more information on STEVEN WOLF
Steven Wolf Fine Arts: stevenwolffinearts.com
2747A 19th Street, San Francisco, 94110
Wed–Fri 10:30-5:30; Sat 11:00-5:00, and by appointment

SFMOMA’s Open Space blog: blog.sfmoma.org/authors/columnists/steven-wolf/

March 30–June 24, 2012. MCA Denver, Co-curated by Steven Wolf and Adam Lerner

San Francisco Art Institute Library: Librarian Jeff Gunderson to view the archives
V. Vale’s RESEARCH: www.researchpubs.com

GOTEBLUD: goteblud.livejournal.com Matt Wobensmith’s space in the Mission. Zines, comics, DIY, and/or underground culture, located in the old New College building on Valencia Street, San Francisco. Reminiscent of San Francisco’s Epicenter Zone, a punk space Matt worked at in the 90s.

Superior Viaduct Records www.superiorviaduct.com

Penelope Houston
Fayette Hauser
Raymond Pettibon
Exene Cervenka
Tomata Du Plenty
David J. Haskins

KUSF In Exile 08.25.12 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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JSBach/Cantata No. 78
Choir & Orch. of the Bach Guild/soloists:
Stitch-Randall; Hermann; Dermota; Braun
Prohaska, Cond. (25:35)

Chopin/Etudes, Op. 10 (complete)
Guiomar Novaes, Piano (29:20)

Schumann/String Quartet Op 41, # 3 in A
Fine Arts Quartet (32:03)

Saint Saens/Carnival of the Animals
Original Version for 11 Instruments (22:19)

KUSF In Exile 08.25.12 9-10 AM Poet As Radio

POET AS RADIO is a new, weekly program on KUSF In Exile, airing Saturdays from 9am to 10am at www.savekusf.org. Jack Spicer said that the poet is not a creator, but a conduit, getting messages from an undefinable source to form the poem. He thought of a poet as a radio, broadcasting words. We like to think of POET AS RADIO as an opportunity for writers to broadcast their words as well.


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