KUSF In Exile 09.08.12 2-4 PM Roll Call DJ Margaret Tedesco

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Roll Call: Bay Area Arts and Culture


Hit Movies: Puce Moment
Berlin: Wayne County & The Electric Chairs
Salon de Musique: Su Tissue
Ask Cicegi: Mavi Isiklar
ISTANBUL 70: Erkin Koray “Cemalim” Baris K edit
Krysmopompas: Edgar W. Froese/Krysmopompas from Kamikaze 1989
I Need Somebody to Love Tonight: Sylvester
Neuköln: David Bowie
I Live In The Springtime: Lemon Drops
Whatever Happened to the Seven Day Week: Bella And Me
Holiday Maker (Unseen TV Performance): Kaleidoscope (UK)
Joy-Riding: Monica West / Roland Grand A STAROCK/SFTV Production
Sister Watch Yourself: The Mirettes
Solid Life: Frank Chickens Get Chickenized
Homesick/Heimweh: Christiane F
A Puce Moment: Lazily Spun

Dj Margaret is joined in conversation with artist GWENAËL RATTKE from Berlin who is currently artist-in-residence for his third upcoming solo exhibition with Romer Young Gallery San Francisco, opening Friday September 14, and filmmaker extraordinaire GARY FEMBOT GREGERSON on their current projects, practice, travels, and music.

Artist GWENAËL RATTKE grew up in both France and Germany. Rattke works in collage, silkscreen, photography and Xerox graphics. For most of his teenage years, he was producing DIY fanzines, flyers and graphics in the Berlin punk community. Rattke began his queer punk zine, Easily Grossed Out, in the early 1990s. Issues were initially published from Rennes, France, and then later from the US. The zine featured interviews with bands such as Christ on a Crutch and Capitalist Casualties. Rattke’s collage works borrow from the visual codes of the 1960s and 1970s; the works are intricate, ornamental and excessive, and present “an imagined past life with beauty and sexual freedom.” Rattke’s work has been exhibited at Galerie Knoth & Krueger, Exile Projects, and Arratia Beer, Berlin, Skol, Montreal (2002); YYZ Artists’ Outlet, Toronto, and New Langton Arts, Romer Young galleries in San Francisco. He graduated in Communication Studies (film) from Concordia University, Montreal in 1997. He is represented by Romer Young Gallery, San Francisco. In his upcoming exhibition of new works at Romer Young Gallery, Gwenaël will present a series of new silk screens and paper-based collages created from his collection of visual material—long culled from old publications, papers and books, old magazines, found photos, and record covers. Although drawing from a collection of references, preoccupations, thoughts and art, the great inspiration for this exhibition began on a recent trip to Lebanon where the artist visited the Jeita Grotto outside of Beirut. Situated only a few miles outside of the bustling capital, the caves run 4 miles deep into the mountain and contain some of the world’s oldest and biggest stalactites. In these caves the artist discovered a structure both physical and spiritual that gave shape to his ideas in both form and content. Dark and silent, the sculptural forms inspired awe and reverence and offered a kind of meditative, transformative retreat from the world. Caves have often been symbolic of new life, creativity, warmth, safety, as well as the unconscious mind. For Rattke, the caves inspired a shelter from the rapidity of life, a place to step back and recharge, a place to ‘reconnect with what is “us” and reflect on what is “our” purpose.’ In a world increasingly globalized economically and culturally, the caves brought the artist to question: “how do we preserve (progressively, not conservatively) our safe-spaces, our various pasts, our cultural histories, our identities, maybe even our personal sanities? ...In an age of hyper digital interconnectivity and in times of increased political, moral and religious polarization, in what ways can we connect to one another rather than push in opposite directions or fall prey to alienation? ...” Some of the works in the exhibition directly reflect this idea of shelter, while other works venture to engage more directly with the world beyond the shelter. What all the works share is a reference to past strategies and past lives as a potential source of inspiration for current and future generations. Ultimately what the artist wishes to express is his own personal longing for community and a sense of face-to-face togetherness. In search of this collective spirit, Rattke works exist as metaphors for the inter-connectedness of all things: real, imagined, and aspired, past, present and future, and for the overlapping kaleidoscopic nature of his own streaming thought patterns.

GARY FEMBOT GREGERSON was born 1965 in the flatlands of Illinois. Moved to the “hill country” in 1989. A late bloomer, since 1991, he has been making up for lost time by learning how to play music in bands (Sta-Prest, Feelings on a Grid, Swishin’ Duds, Mon Cousin Belge, Puce Moment), performing in underground theater (Sick and Twisted Players), dj’ing, writing zines, and producing short films. He began releasing his zine Fembot in the early 1990’s. After the fourth issue, subsequent publications were called Fembot Presents Jam While You Cram, named after a popular high school locker poster from the 1980s. Gary Fembot’s vocals appear on a number of the group’s recordings, released by labels such as Outpunk and Kill Rock Stars. He has also made the films The Willows, with Iraya Robles of Sta-Prest, and Mondo Bottomless with zine editors Brontez, Johnny Ray Huston, Gwenaël Rattke and Martin Sorrondeguy from the band Limpwrist (among others). His film AIDS Camp has a cast of over 30 including Jerry Lee Abrahms, Annie Danger, Iraya Robles, Chelsea Starr and Alison C. Wright. Gary is presently working on two videos (shot on film) for his band Puce Moment, and another short dance film for Brontez upcoming along with “nanobites” and “Scream of the Mandrake”. “nanobites” is a collaboration on a web series based on birdmites.org, a Yahoo group, with characters including “Linda” and “Sad Girl”. “Scream of the Mandrake” will be about Gary losin’ it on the streets of SF. Patiently working a nonprofit job with people with developmental disabilities, off the clock, unleashing my anger on the rest of society. That sort of thing. “Advancing the utopian promise of underutilized San Francisco public art and spaces circa 1960–1985, my best ideas come from years of watching exploitation and educational films, or cable access shows usually when I’m half asleep at 3am on a Sunday morning. Making films is also an excuse to bring my different groups of friends together.” Gary Fembot and Malcolm Hamilton co-hosted a wonderful program interviewing queers on KUSF IN EXILE, see Fembot & Friends in our archives.

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KUSF In Exile 09.08.12 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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Mozart/Piano Concerto # 17 in G Major K 453
Scottish CO/Anderszewski, Cond. & Pn Soloist (31:26)

Dvorak/String Quartet No. 12, Op 96 in F Major
Vlach Quartet Prague (27:46)

Szymanowski/Violin Concerto # 1, Op 35
Grant Park Orch./Jennifer Koh, Vn (25:35)

Beethoven/Pn Sonata No. 3, Op 2/No. 3 in C Major
Murray Perahia (26:03)

Beethoven/Bagatelle in C Major, WoO 56
John O'Conor, Pn. (1:58)

KUSF In Exile 09.08.12 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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KUSF In Exile 09.08.12 8-9 AM Double Mocha DJ Junglebook

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My show is called Double Mocha, because it goes from slow and sleepy at 8 a.m. to moving and jittery by 9, every Saturday morning. It's strong and stimulating, but still sweet. It's extremely freeform, though it's mostly 20th Century music, from the 20s to the 90s. Also featured are artists and songs associated with San Francisco and California, drawing not only on official recordings, but also from my own deep stash of demo tapes, rehearsal and live recordings, plus all kinds of other sounds, voices, noises and audio environments from the past 100 years. With your host, DJ Junglebook.

p.s. - You can even follow me on Pinterest! http://pinterest.com/halfbeat/ And if that's just not enough Junglebook, I also program a tiny online TV station called www.HalfBeat.com , with three channels spinning out tons of entertainment without your having to lift a finger.

KUSF In Exile 09.08.12 3-8 AM Defeat Sleep DJ Cactus

Defeat Sleep began radio operations in 2000, and is heard every Saturday morning on KUSF in Exile from 3am-8am (pst). Defeat Sleep is entirely free-form and often features live performances and guest hosts. The co-producers are Cactus Daniel Hintz and Bryan Chandler. Email feedback to danielhintz64@gmail.com

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KUSF In Exile 09.07.12 10-Midnight Friday Night Sessions DJ Andrew Jervis and Cez

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01. Darondo - Didn't I (Luv N'Haight)
02. Gaslamp Killer with Gonjasufi - Apparitions (Brainfeeder)
03. Bon Iver - Holocene (Diggs Duke Remix) (download)
04. Kilo Kish - Creepwave (download)
05. Sun Ra - Island In The Sun (El Saturn)
06. Hot 8 Brass Band - Ghost Town (Tru Thoughts)
07. Andrew Ashong and Theo Parrish - Flowers (Sound Signature)
08. Robot Koch - Follow Birds (Project Mooncircle)
09. ARP 101 x Elliott Yorke - Polybot (Donkey Pitch)
10. Fulgeance - Step Thru (Kelpe Remix) (RX:TX)
11. DRS - Soul Remembers (Soul R)
12. Mala - The Tunnel (Brownswood)
13. Kelpe - Bags of Time (Neon Jung remix) (Svetlana Industries)
14. Four Tet - 128 Harps (Text)
15. Jae Mason - Let It Out (Buddah)
16. Kohsuke Mine - Sunshower (East West)
17. Paul Stephens - Love Will Find a Way (RPM)
18. The Soul Surfers - Girl from Sao Paolo (Ubiquity)
19. tUnE-yArDs, ?uestlove, Angelique Kidjo and Akua Naru - Lady (Red Hot and Fela)
20. Jankay Nabay and The Bubu Gang - Feba (Luaka Bop)
21. Karriem Riggins - daOOOOOH!! (Stones Throw)
22. Andrew Ashong and Theo Parrish - The Way She Moves (Sound Signature)
23. Ramsey Lewis - Les Fleurs (Cadet)
24. Joni Mitchell - Woodstock (MCA)
25. Glass Flowers - Blue Sands (ReRelease)
26. TOPS - Easy Friends (download)
27. Karriem Riggins - J Dilla The Greatest (Stones Throw)

RIP Matthew Africa.

The Friday Night Session is a Bay Area institution with a loyal following both locally and worldwide. Playing a consistantly vibrant selection of electronic music the show jumps the lines between contemporary and vintage sounds from around the globe. Co-hosts Tomas and Cez join Andrew Jervis in a weekly adventure into the world of house, hip hop, down-tempo, dubstep, disco, soul, jazz, rare groove, dub, Afrobeat, Brazilian, funk, and psych between 10 p.m. and 12 midnight on Fridays. The show often features exclusive unreleased cuts, DJ mixes from around the world, guests and ticket giveaways to local events. Established in 1996 by Andrew Jervis (Ubiquity Records), it was the radio first show in the Bay Area to play acts like Massive Attack and Portishead. Over the years guests on the show have included BBC DJ Gilles Peterson, Kruder and Dorfmeister, 4Hero, TM Juke, Alice Russell, Spiritual South, Kirk Degiorgio, Koop, Vadim, Windsurf, Jimpster, Fauna Flash, Skylab, King Britt, Nobukazu Takemura and Tim “Love” Lee. The show continues to support local and international genre-busting artists

www.popyourfunk.com | www.fridaynightsession.com


KUSF In Exile 09.07.12 930-10 PM Shoestring Radio Theatre

Shoestring Radio Theatre was founded in 1988 by its producer, San Francisco writer Monica Sullivan.  The independent company specializes in producing original works by gifted contemporary artists as well as new adaptations of traditional favorites (www.shoestring.org).  In 1998, Monica Sullivan and Shoestring Radio Theatre received a Certificate of Merit for Radio Drama Production from the National Federation Of Community Broadcasters Golden Reel Awards.


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KUSF In Exile 09.07.12 9-930 PM Movie Magazine

Movie Magazine International provides an entertaining and informative look at the Bay area film scene.  It offers in-depth reviews of new features, reports on older re-discovered treasures, & interviews with the men & women behind the cameras.  (www.shoestring.org)  Producer Monica Sullivan is the author of “Videohound's Independent Film Guide”, First and Second Editions.


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KUSF in Exile 09.07.12 8-9 PM The set of DJ Archie Patterson


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KUSF in Exile 09.07.2012 8-9PM The set of DJ ArchiePatterson

Artist Track title + Time Label Country

Room Small Sailor, Big Sea (Fanfare) :43 d-but Norway

Room Imaginary Borders 3:52 d-but Norway

DJ-A voix1 0:48

Room Exile 4:35 d-but Norway

Room Recognition 5:13 d-but Norway

Room Childhood Ending 3:31 d-but Norway

DJ-A voix2 0:46

Room Consequence 4:28 d-but Norway

Room Stumble, but Arrive 4:43 d-but Norway

CWNN One Kiss, Then Home 3:15 Traxwerx USA

CWNN Maitre D-Day 3:40 Traxwerx USA

DJ-A voix 3 0:50

CWNN Drowned 3:45 Traxwerx USA

CWNN Losing My Elan 2:16 Traxwerx USA

CWNN Numbers 3:15 Traxwerx USA

CWNN As Below 3:27 Traxwerx USA

DJ-A voix 4 0:27

CWNN What’s Certain 3:57 Traxwerx USA

CWNN Secondary Sexual Characteristics 5:25 Traxwerx USA

Total Time 59:05

After doing various radio Specials the past year I was asked by KUSF in Exile in San Francisco to host a weekly program every Friday night at 7PM Pacific time. The first show aired on OCT 28 and featured UK Psychedelic Rock & Acid Folk 1968-1970. The programs focus will be highly eclectic with music played ranging the spectrum of sound and styles. I began Eurock as an FM radio program in California in 1971. Now after 40 years I have come full circle to begin again a new musical adventure. Tune in, Listen & Enjoy every Friday night!

KUSF In Exile 09.07.12 4-6 PM Guests Wild Moth DJ Germ

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1: Shoppers - 01
2: Naomi Punk - The Spell
3: Royal Headache - Psychotic Episode
4: Slavescene - Fuck Off Away From Me
5: Terrible Feelings - Impending Doom
6: Ovens - Old Friends
7: Chumbawamba - Misbehave
8: Total Control - The Hammer
9: Mission of Burma - Youth of America (live cover)
10: Joy Division - I Remember Nothing (live)
11: Merchandise - I Locked the Door
12: Hysterics - Hanging Out at the 512
13: Broken Water - Heartstrings
14: Suicide - Cheree (remix)

KUSF In Exile 09.07.12 630-8 PM Possible Futures DJ Nerve

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KUSF In Exile 09.07.12 3-4 PM Hook or Crook Radio Hour DJ Chris O

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1. These Are Not My People - Joe South
2. Mirror of Your Mind - Joe South
3. Games People Play - Bettye LaVette
4. Redneck - Swamp Dogg
5. I hate hate - Razzy
6. Hush - Deep Purple
7. Whenever I'm Gone - The Prisoners
8. konga joe - Arch Hall Jr.
9. Havin A Whole Lot Of Fun - Johnny Jano
10. Big Swamp Land - Johnny Paycheck
11. The Boogie Disease - Doctor Ross
12. Train Done Gone - Eddie Kirkland
13. Magic Rocker - Magic Sam
14. Too Hard To Hold - Jack O & The Tearjerkers
15. Gimme Dat Harp Boy - Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band
16. Ack Ack Ack Ack - Urinals
17. Scream Quietly - Television Personalities
18. (I Am In) Hell - Don Howland
19. Pull Off Its Head - Happy Flowers
20. You've Been Duplicated - Chrome
Signoff (El Aguila (The Eagle) - The Astronauts)

KUSF In Exile 09.07.12 Noon-3 PM In Quarantine DJ Stereo Steve

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oshun - rattle of life
ducktails - porch projector
ornette coleman - ramblin

screamin jay hawkins - constipation blues
phantom surfers - the cat came back
barn owl - turiya
dantalion's chariot - world war three
swamp dogg - the world beyond
montrose - connection

new trolls - c'e troppo guerra
starcircleanatomy - speciter
prins tomas - attiatte

minimal man - now i want it all
eurythmics - belinda
the stylers - (unknown chinese title)
can - turtles have short legs
telescopes -deathstar is imminent

smokey robinson and the miracles - tracks of my tears
horace silver - senor blues
tom ze - jimmy renda se
peter thomas - onanirato
the sea and cake - up on the north shore

dicks - sidewalk begging
agitpop - straight through to nashville
mission of burma - 1001 pleasant dreams

tropics - figures
megabats - bog surfin
dirac c - rise and fall
esg - in the streets
beast - when we rise
the litter - little red book
daily flash - jack of diamonds

love tractor - pretty
morgen - of dreams

ozzy osbourne - you can't kill rock and roll

KUSF In Exile 09.07.12 9-Noon Sleeves On Hearts DJ Irwin

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KUSF In Exile 09.07.12 7-9 AM Vicotin Popsicles DJ Paul Ciminero

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“Emergency..emergency...everybody to get from street” Lt. Rozanov (The Russian Are Coming, The Russians are Coming”)
Youssarian: Comrade Dmitri...you see these ravishing beauties on TV screen? They have been incarcerated for acts of “hooliganism” against our Czarist state...
Dmitri: Da...such is the punishment for dancing provocatively in church while singing of Czar Putin’s many discretions.
Youssarian: We must listen to that subversive radio show, VICOTIN POPSICLES,” to find out the truth about these heinous acts for which they are charged..
Dmitri: And to experience the muzaks which they and their fellow comrades offer.
Youssarian: Da.. tune the shortwave to the latest VICOTIN POPSICLES as tribute is paid to Russia’s jailed Punk girl band, PUSSY RIOT, and the song that started it all, “Putin Lights up the Fires,” along with other punk anthems, related music, and dialogue from the cinema’s “The Russians are Coming, The Russians are Coming.” Rumors have started that songs from the Sex Pistols, Iggy Pop, Sham 69, Glaxo Babies, Circle Jerks, 10cc, Material, and William S. Burroughs (?) will be included.
Dmitri: What other subversive goodness will this radio program provide?
Youssarian: Muzaks from Nancy Sinatra, Stereolab, Faust, Sam Bush, and DeVotchKa to name few...
Dmitri: Bring the shortwave...I’ll get the Borsht...

Vicotin Popsicles (Music) with DJ Paul Ciminero 09/07/2012 06:00AM to 09:00AM

David Sylvian “Every Colour You Are” from Rain Tree Crow

George Duke “I Love the Blues, She Heard Me Cry” from I Love the Blues,She Heard Me Cry

TV On the Radio “Modern Romance” from New Health Rock - EP

Of Monsters and Men “Yellow Light” from My Head Is an Animal

Aldo Ciccolini “Fantasie Valse” from Erik Satie: The Complete Works For Piano

Love Sculpture “Farandole” from Forms and Feelings

Set break — Set #2

Sam Bush “Mahavishnu Mountain Boys” from King of My World

Jan Hammer and Jerry Goodman “Country and Eastern Music” from Like Children

DJ Shadow “Midnight In A Perfect World” from Endtroducing...

DeVotchKa “Venus In Furs” from Curse Your Little Heart

Shankar “Touch Me There” from Touch Me There

Nancy Sinatra “These Boots Are Made For Walkin'” from The Essential Nancy Sinatra

Stereolab “Les Y-Per Sound” from Emporer Tomato Ketchup

Morphine “Swing It Low” from Like Swimming

Talking Heads “Drugs” from fear of music

Set break — Pussy Riot Homage...."The Russians are Coming,The Russians are Coming.."

Pussy Riot “Putin Lights Up the Fires” from MP3

The Russians are Coming dialogue “. . .dialogue. . .” from Motion Picture Soundtrack

The Circle Jerks “Deny Everything” from Group Sex

News Report “. . .dialogue. . .” from August 17, 2012 news report

The Killer Shrews “Don't Let the Bastards Wear You Down (Illegitimi Non Carborundum)” from The Killer Shrews

The Russians are Coming dialogue “. . .dialogue. . .” from Motion Picture Soundtrack

The Mighty Popo “Gotta Be Strong” from Tomba

Dialogue “...dialogue..” from The Russians are Coming Soundtrack

Glaxo Babies “Conscience” from Nine Months to the Disco

Dialogue “...dialogue” from The Russians are Coming Soundtrack

Sham 69 “Borstal Breakout (From 'Tell Us The Truth' LP, 1978)” from The Albums

Dialogue “...dialogue” from The Russians are Coming Soundtrack

Tom Robinson Band “Up Against The Wall” from Power In the Darkness

Dialogue “dialogue” from The Russians are Coming Soundtrack

Sex Pistols “Anarchy In The U.K.” from Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols

Dialogue “dialogue” from The Russians are Coming

10 CC “I Wanna Rule the World” from How Dare You

Dialogue “dialogue” from The Russians are Coming

Richard Sinclair “Cruising” from Caravan of Dreams

Dialogue “"I write musical comedies"” from The Russians are Coming

Cast “Springtime For Hitler ( From 'The Producers')” from The Producers

Camper Van Beethoven “Hippy Chix” from New Roman Times

Dialogue “The Russians are Coming” from The Russians are Coming Soundtrack

John Baldry “Conditional Discharge” from It Ain't Easy

John Baldry “Don't Try To Lay No Boogie woogie On The King of Rock-n-Roll” from It Ain't Easy

Material with Jaluddin Nuridden “E Pluribus Unum” from The Third Power

William S. Burroughs “No More Stalins No More Hitlers” from Dead City Radio

Iggy Pop “Louie Louie” from American Caesar

Set break — Set #4

James Carter (with Harry "Sweets" Edison) “LESTER LEAPS IN” from Conversation with the Elders

tUnEyArDs “You Yes You” from Whokill

Damo Suzuki's Network “Fall of the Fire Bird” from Seattle

Mother Mallard's Portable Masterpiece Company “DOWNTOWN” from Like a Duck to Water

The Decemberists “The Infanta” from Picaresque

Eric Fernandez “Mediterranee” from Magic Gypsy

Faust “Giggy Smile” from Faust IV

Bruce Cockburn “Bohemian 3-Step” from Small Source of Comfort

Julie Cruise “Summer Kisses Winter Tears” from Until the End of the World Soundtrack

Geoffrey Oryema “Rwot Obwolo Wan” from SPIRIT

KUSF In Exile 09.06.12 9-10 PM Radio Goethe DJ Arndt Peltner

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

Radio and Host, Arndt Peltner

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Propaganda: p.Machinery
The Invincible Spirit: Push
Liaisons Dangereuses: Los niños del parque
DAF: Der Mussolini
Kraftwerk: Die Roboter
Thyx: Spoil
Thyx: The way home
Thyx: No voices
Rummelsnuff: Daddy Cool
Rummelsnuff: Seemann
Rummelsnuff: Himmelfahrt
Rummelsnuff: Trägt die Woge dein Boot

KUSF In Exile 09.06.12 7-9 PM Nightschool DJ Max

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KUSF In Exile 09.06.12 3-6 PM In the Music Room DJ Nathalie

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Satyajit Ray "Raga du matin" from "le salon de musique" on ocora (france)
Les anges Oliver "salsa" from "concert arraché "la peniche""
Les anges Oliver "Gasconic Paradoxe" from "Anges Oliver"
Les anges Oliver "l'idole et l'enfant" from "concert arraché "la peniche""
Pink Grease "all over you" from "all over you" (Single)
Pink Grease "FEVER" from "This Is For Real" (Rock, 2004) on Mute Artists (USA)
Les Supremes Dindes "DIEU" from "Femmes Divines" (Rock, 2006) on Archambault France
Les Supremes Dindes "Les Femmes Divines" from "Femmes Divines" (Rock, 2006) on Archambault France
Les Wampas "Je t'ai donné ma vie" from "Never Trust A Guy Who After Having Been a Punk Is Now Playing Electro" (2003) on Universal Music Division Barclay
Les Wampas "Tokyo yaki" from "Rock'n'Roll Part 9" (2006) on Universal Music Division Barclay
Demiurgo "Abismo" from "Los Ancianos del Zohar" (2010) on Kisumusik
Salut les anges "Guerre" from "Salut les anges" (Rock, 2011) on Be Fast !!!
Little Green Fairies "stuck out time" from "stuck out time" (Single)
Les anges Oliver "le berrichon" from "le berrichon" (Single)
The Swans "the seer" from "the seer" on Young God Records
Goat "Disco Fever" from "World Music" (Rock, 2012) on Rocket Recordings
The Pastel Six "strange ghost" from "guitar mood 2"
Ken Nordine "GREEN" from "Colors" (CD, Album, Private, 1995) on Asphodel (USA)
Takeshi Teraushi and the Bunnys "Beethoven - Symphony #5" from "Beethoven - Symphony #5" (Single)
Deep Purple "HUSH" from "Shades of Deep Purple" (LP, Album, Rock, 2000) on EMI UK (UK)
Wicked lady "Wicked Lady" from "the axeman cometh"
Danava "Longdance" from "Danava" (Rock, 2006) on Kemado Records
Brigitte Fontaine & Areski "le 6 septembre" from "l'incendie"
Prince Nico Mbarga & Rocafil Jazz International "Sweet Mother" from "Sweet Mother" (World, 2010) on Rogers All Stars Nig. Ltd.

KUSF In Exile 09.06.12 Noon-3 PM DJ Zoe B

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KUSF In Exile 09.06.12 11-Noon Lado B DJ Sue Lopez

Lado B
una mescla deliciosa de Musica Latina
con la voz, cada jueves a las once

Lado B explores the "B-side" of oft not heard Latin music including, but certainly not limited to:  Boleros, Vals, Huaynos, old school Mariachi, Musica Criolla, Trova, Son, Folklorico and a dash of Rock en Espanol...

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Lado B 6 septiembre 2012

lila downs
tierra de luz
shake away

pedro luis ferrer

jairzinho oliveira
papo de psicologo

lugua & the laru beya drummers
lugua hama lurudu

lorena astudillos
cancion de lejos

arturo zambo cavero con oscar aviles
nuestro secreto

lucha reyes

fiesta criolla

rodrigo y gabriela

jose feliciano

madera limpia

julio pane trio

botellita de jerez
el charro canroll

chavela vargas
cruz de olvido

lila downs
little man

KUSF In Exile 09.06.12 10-11 AM Set De Set Catalan DJ Lluis Vall

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En Patufet fills the void of Catalan language music in the San Francisco Bay Area Radio. Each "Set de Set" showcases 7 (set) Catalan artists from across the genres, with heavy emphasis on new artists. The music of Catalonia comprises one of the oldest documented musical traditions in Europe, and has displayed a rich musical culture continuously for at least two thousand years. The Catalan language was forbidden during Franco's dictatorship, but it survived and continues to contribute to the great cultural fabric of Europe and the world.

KUSF In Exile 09.06.12 9-10 AM Salsa Sides DJ Cathy Cohn

Cathy Cohn is a living legend in the San Francisco Radio and Nightclub Scene (aka the I Beam), having been on KUSF-FM for over 20 years. Tune into her show with the best of Salsa Music, guaranteed to wake the the soul alive.

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KUSF In Exile 09.06.12 6-9 AM Ghost Light Grammar School DJ Fillbee

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KUSF In Exile 09.06.12 Midnight-3 AM The Nate Show DJ Nate

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KUSF In Exile 09.05.12 7-9 PM Silver Machine Radio DJ Nate Berlin

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