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We are wrapping up this month of special programming during our October Hellraiser fundraiser! This month has signaled in the return of live music to the WFMU airwaves as our DJs welcomed in Jaap BlonkMyriam GendronMichael BeachThe Piggies, The Retail SimpsJune McDoom (and the list goes on...!) to do live performances. It has been a wonderful celebration of freeform radio, community, and creativity over the last few weeks. If you have not yet pledged, we are only at 65% of our goal, so any contribution would help us. Donate here

Olivia Bradley-Skill
Music Director
  • AL-QASAR - Who Are We? (Glitterbeat)
  • NORMA TANEGA - I'm The Sky: Studio and Demo Recordings 1964-1971 (Anthology)
  • BITCHIN BAJAS - Bajascillators (Drag City)
  • VARIOUS - TwinArt Presents: Instant This / Instant That (Modern Harmonic)
  • MARISA ANDERSON - still, here (Thrill Jockey)
  • CURHA - III (Chant Records)
  • PHANTASIA - Ghost Stories (Beach Impediment)
  • KILYNN LUNSFORD - Custodians of Human Succession (Ever/Never)
  • YANNA MOMINA - Afar Ways (Glitterbeat)
  • MARINA ALLEN - Centrifics (Fire)
  • LINDA HOOVER - I Mean To Shine (Omnivore Recordings)
  • SAY SHE SHE - Prism (Karma Chief)
  • MOVIE MOVIE - Now Playing (Self Released)
  • CONSTANT SHAPES - Surroundings (No Label)
  • DAVID BLUE - Stories (Sister Rose)
  • BETH ORTON - Weather Alive (Partisan)
  • MICHAEL BEACH - Michael Beach 2022 EP (Goner Records)
  • ROBERT LESTER FOLSOM - Sunshine Only Sometimes Archives Vol. 2, 1972​–​1975 (Anthology Recordings)
  • AFTER DINNER - 1982-85 (Soave)
  • ALVVAYS - Blue Rev (Polyvinyl)
  • HORACE ANDY - Midnight Scorchers (On-u Sound)
  • CANDI NOOK - How I Invented Sound and Redesigned The Human Ear (Spleen Coffin)
  • WOODY SULLENDER - Music From Four Movements & Other Favorites (Dead CEO)
  • SPACEFUZZ - Increvable (No Label)
  • PLATES OF CAKE - Got A Feeling That I Live Here (Western Revisions)
  • VARIOUS - The Lovelight Sisters present: A Day For Fainting Fairies (sdtk) (Sedimental)
  • MARIA CHIARA ARGIRO - Forest City (Innovative Leisure)
  • YEAH YEAH YEAHS - Cool It Down (Secretly Canadian)
  • KAITLYN AURELIA SMITH & EMILE MOSSERI - I Could Be Your Dog / I Could Be Your Moon (Ghostly International)
  • HEART OF THE GHOST - Summons (No Quarter)
  • SUSANA LOPEZ - The Edge of the Circle (Elevator Bath)
  • STEVE BATES - All The Things That Happen (Constellation)
  • DAVID LEE MYERS - Logos In Aeon (Pulsewidth)
  • THE ESTATE OWNS THE GHOST SHOW - Build A Church With Debris (Baskervinyl Music)
  • DAVE HEUMANN - Guitar Tapes Vol 1 (Sun Cru)
  • JULIA JULIA - Derealization (Suicide Squeeze)
  • SHANE ASPEGREN / NICOLAS LAUREAU / JÉRÔME LORICHON / QUENTIN ROLLET - Scaring The Mice For Revenge (Prohibited Records)
  • DARK CANYON - Dark Canyon (Nudie Records)
  • ELLEN ARKBRO & JOHAN GRADEN - I Get Along Without You Very Well (Thrill Jockey)
  • GHOST FUNK ORCHESTRA - A New Kind of Love (Karma Chief)
  • VARIOUS - Ghost Riders (Efficient Space)
  • MAPACHE - Roscoe's Dream (Innovative Leisure)
  • SUDAN ARCHIVES - Natural Brown Prom Queen (Stones Throw)
  • D’ARCANGELO - Arium (A Colourful Storm)
  • THE SMITHEREENS - The Lost Album (Sunset Blvd.)
  • TITUS ANDRONICUS - The Will To Live (Merge)
  • VARIOUS - Here It Is: A Tribute to Leonard Cohen (Blue Note)
  • PRINCESS DIANA OF WALES - s/t (A Colourful Storm)
  • ZEMI17 - Gamelatron Bidadari (The Bunker New York)
  • ERLEND APNESETH - Nova (Hubro)
  • THE CRYSTAL FURS - In Coastal Light (Self Released)
  • GINNY REDINGTON - Open Wide America: The Ginny Redington Jingle Workshop (Modern Harmonic)
  • COOL MARITIME - Big Earth Energy (Western Vinyl)
  • IF NOW - Let Nature Rule (Sun Cru)
  • JOHANNA WARREN - Lessons for Mutants (Wax Nine / Carpark)
  • VARIOUS - Manos Ocultas: A Contemporary Guitar Music Compilation From Spain (Philatelia Records)
  • LAWRENCE ENGLISH - Approach (Room40)
  • NABELÓSE - Omokentro (bohemian drips)
  • R. WILEY EVANS - Dirty Tuba (No Label)
  • SHOP REGULARS - Merrie Melodies #04 (Merrie Melodies)
  • VARIOUS - Ladies Sing The Boss (Ace)
  • THE GABYS - The Gabys (Fruit & Flowers)
  • DE LUX - Do You Need A Release? (Innovative Leisure)
  • DUNGEN - En Ar For Mycket och Tussen Aldrig Nog (Mexican Summer)
  • ROSALIA - Motomami (Columbia)
  • VARIOUS - Clowns Exit Laughing: Jimmy Webb Songbook (Ace)
  • SARAH DAVACHI - Two Sisters (Late Music)
  • GUSTAVO YASHIMURA - Living Legend of the Ayacucho Guitar (Hive Mind Records)
  • URNER - Exits (Atlantic Rhythms)
  • SEB MARTEL - Saturn 63 (Infine)
  • THE SOFT PINK TRUTH - Is It Going To Get Any Deeper Than This? (Thrill Jockey)
  • ANADOL - Felicita (Pingipung)
  • ATTIA TAYLOR - Space Ghost (Lame-O)
  • THE BLACK ANGELS - Wilderness of Mirrors (Partisan)
  • FRANCOIS TUSQUES - Piano Dazibao (Souffle Continu)
  • DENNIS YOUNG - Grey Umbrella (Gertrude Tapes)
  • ZANDER RAYMOND - To Have Several Lives (Sound as language)
  • ALLEGRA KRIEGER - Precious Thing (Northern Spy)
  • THE MEDIUM - For Horses (Still Music)
  • PYE CORNER AUDIO - Social Dissonance (Sonic Cathedral)
  • RICHARD AND THE NOT SHITS - The Sun Comes Out Tonight (Hotard Records)
  • REE-VO - Dial R For Ree-Vo (Dell'Orso)
  • ALEXANDER VON SCHLIPPENBACH - Globe Unity (Corbett vs. Dempsey)
  • FAMOUS LOGS IN HISTORY - Fancy! (Fuzzy Warbles Cassettes)
  • JAKE BLOUNT - The New Faith (Smithsonian Folkways)
  • MARKET - The Consistent Brutal Bullshit Gong (Western Vinyl)
  • PAREKH & SINGH - The Night is Clear (Peacefrog)
  • VARIOUS - A Snapshot In Time (Ace)
  • VARIOUS - Trip On Me - Soft Psych and Sunshine (1966-1969) (Big Beat Records)
  • WILLIAM PARKER - Universal Tonality (Centering)
  • BENOIT TRANCHAND - Les Mauves (Club Teckel)
  • SUZI ANALOGUE - Infinite Zonez (Disciples)
  • THE HARLOTS OF 42ND ST - Refuse To Be Misused (Sundazed)
  • LAMBCHOP - Bible (Merge)
  • MAMALARKY - Pocket Fantasy (Firetalk)
  • LAUNDER - Happening (Ghostly International)
  • YARA ASMAR - Home Recordings 2018-2021 (Hive Mind Records)
  • JEAN-CLAUDE VANNIER - La Bête Noire (Finders Keepers Records)
  • KAMIKAZE PALM TREE - Mint Chip (Drag City)
  • RIDER/HORSE - Feed 'Em Salt (Ever/Never)
  • THE AVOCADOS - I Never Knew (Optic Nerve)
  • EARTHLOGOFF - Tritium (Kitchen Leg)
  • MATCHING OUTFITS - Band Made Out Of Sand (Kitchen Leg)
  • JON COLLIN - Water & Rock Music Vol. 5-6 (Feeding Tube)
  • BRETT MCKENZIE - Songs Without Jokes (Sub Pop)
  • DISASSEMBLER - A Wave From A Shore (Western Vinyl)
  • FUSILIER - Treason (Ba Da Bing!)
  • JULIEN PONTVIANNE / ABHRA - Seven Poems on Water (Onze Heures Onze)
  • MARC BARON & JEAN-PHILIPPE GROSS - Black, Pink and Yellow noises (Eich)
  • PUMICE - Phylis (Soft Abuse)
  • THE MOMMYHEADS - Genius Killer (Self Released)
  • JJ/B - Mouvements (La Station Radar)
  • VARIOUS - Wrap It Up - The Isaac Hayes And David Porter Songbook (Ace)
  • MARLON WILLIAMS - My Boy (Dead Oceans)
  • SUN RA AND HIS BLUE UNIVERSE ARKESTRA - Universe In Blue (Cosmic Myth)
  • TELEFIS - a Dó (number two) (Dimple Discs)
  • VARIOUS - Girls With Guitars Gonna Shake! (Ace)
  • LANDON CALDWELL & FRIENDS - More Unity (Atlantic Rhythms)
  • FADENSONNEN - Heretic Vision (Fadensonnen)
  • LINDA SMITH - Themes and Variations (A Preference Recordings)
  • COULTRAIN - Mundus (Positive Elevation)
  • PERSHER - Man With The Magic Soap (Thrill Jockey)
  • THE CACTUS BLOSSOMS - If Not For You (Walkie Talkie Records)
  • DISQ - Desperately Imagining Someplace Quiet (Saddle Creek)
  • NIGHTLANDS - Moonshine (Western Vinyl)
  • HAYLEY AND THE CRUSHERS - Modern Adult Kicks (Kitten Robot)
  • LAURA HICKLI / 36? - Both Feet In The World, At Least I Can Stand / Naturally (North Pole)
  • STELLA DONNELLY - Flood (Secretly Canadian)
  1. GUSTAVO YASHIMURA - Living Legend of the Ayacucho Guitar (Hive Mind Records)
  2. URNER - Exits (Atlantic Rhythms)
  3. YARA ASMAR - Home Recordings 2018-2021 (Hive Mind Records)
  4. EARTHLOGOFF - Tritium (Kitchen Leg)
  5. MATCHING OUTFITS - Band Made Out Of Sand (Kitchen Leg)
  6. FADENSONNEN - Heretic Vision (Fadensonnen)
  7. LANDON CALDWELL & FRIENDS - More Unity (Atlantic Rhythms)
  8. LINDA SMITH - Themes and Variations (A Preference Recordings)
  9. DENNIS YOUNG - Grey Umbrella (Gertrude Tapes)
  10. ZANDER RAYMOND - To Have Several Lives (Sound as language)
  1. THE GABYS - The Gabys (Fruit & Flowers)
  2. THE AVOCADOS - I Never Knew (Optic Nerve)
  3. SNOOPER - Music For Spies (Electric Outlet)
  4. DUMMY - Mono Retriever b/w Pepsi Vacuum (Sub Pop)
  5. JEANINES - Latest Light / After All (Market Square)
  6. GEE TEE - Rock Phone (Goner Records)
  7. LIGHTNING IN A TWILIGHT HOUR - The Circling Of The Seasons (Elephant Records)
  8. ANTLER JOE AND THE ACCIDENTS - Go Commercial! (Almost Ready)
  9. WOOTER - Slow Burners I (No Label)
  10. THE DOGS - John Rock (Almost Ready)
Kenny Wollesen and Jesse Harris live set 
Thursday, October 27th, 9am - Noon 
on This Is The Modern World with Trouble 

More live musical sounds!! Downtown NYC stalwarts and innovators, Kenny Wollesen and Jesse Harris, playing together as SECRET SUN SESSIONS, perform a beautiful live set on October 27. Tune in 9-noon with Trouble, on This is the Modern World. 

Alan and Fred 
Thursday, October 27th, Noon - 3pm 
on Pseu's Thing With A Hook 

Pseu brings her Central NJ friends, brothers Alan and Fred into the studio. These rather unusual gents originally hail from East Flatbush and Carnarsie, Brooklyn. They are thriving as local beloved misanthropes in their adopted NJ county and beyond, despite claiming to be plagued by the worst luck, and meeting some of the worst human beings ever. They have the stories to back this up, including being the original writers for one of the worst talking horse movies ever, "Hot To Trot", which was ultimately re-written by WFMU's own Andy Breckman. Alan and Fred organically create an unending dialogue where each brother finishes the other's sentences, and we all become captives to a hilarious Kafka-esque parody that ultimately speaks to the current zeitgeist. 

Scott's show turns 25 
Thursday, October 27th, 3pm - 6pm 
on Scott Williams's show 

Scott's regular weekly show got born way back in October of 1997. In recognition of that milestone, he will attempt to recreate that very first show. Let's see if he's learned anything. 

The Touch of Curt Boettcher 
Thursday, October 27th, 3pm - 5pm 
on Testify! with Larry Grogan 
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream
Two hours of the finest examples of the sunshine pop visionary's best work as performer, composer, arrange and producer from 1964 to 1971. 

Halloween Spooktacular! 
Thursday, October 27th, 9pm - Midnight 
on Music To Spazz By with Dave the Spazz 

Count Spazzula and Bingo the Gorilla scare the pants off you with their spooky antics! 

Count Flot's Groovy Goulie Underpants Party Spooktacular 
Thursday, October 27th, 9pm - 11pm 
on Flot's Spot with Fatherflot 
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream
Count Flot's Groovy Goulie Underpants Party Spooktacular! Broadcasting from my Castle of Crapulence, a thousand miles beneath the fortified Arnold Constable building on Main Street, Hackensack: 2 hours of howling wolves, creaking doors, excessive echo, batshite rock and drool, and fundraising appeals in a bad Bela Lugosi accent. 

Basement Halloween with special guest Hoboken Jack! 
Friday, October 28th, Midnight - 3am 
on Six Degrees with Alan 

Haunting sounds, murder ballads and Halloween haunts all pulled from the creepy WFMU basement library. We'll be talking ins and outs of Halloween in the Garden State with New Jersey's finest, Hoboken Jack Silbert. 

Heathen Halloween 
Friday, October 28th, 3am - 6am 
on WFMU Lite with Dan Morfitt 

The Dark Weekend starts on LITE with some heavy stuff and David Bowie, obviously 

5th Annual "Cover Train" Special 
Friday, October 28th, Noon - 3pm 
on Hinky Dinky Time with Uncle Michael 
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream
Please join Uncle Michael for his 5th Annual "Cover Train" October Hellraiser Special, where one thing leads to another! 

HOOLIWEEN with Terre the DJ 
Friday, October 28th, 4pm - 5pm 
on Hooligan with Terre the DJ 
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream
Gather round all ye Ghouligans as Terre the Angel Witch spin a witch’s brew of hard rock, glam, NWOBHM, Oi punk and dumb stuff that will remind you that rock n roll is truly the devil’s music. 

2nd Annual Halloween Creeptacular Show. 
Friday, October 28th, 5pm - 7pm 
on Musical Dose with medson 
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream
It’s the ghoulish musical equivalent of getting a sack full of raisins & Bit-O-Honey for Halloween. So dress up and show up in support of WFMU as we drive this Hellraiser home. 

Turntable Terror 
Friday, October 28th, 7pm - 8pm 
on Put The Needle On The Record with Billy Jam 

Billy Jam and guest co-host DJ ALF present "Turntable Terror" - a mix of horror themed turntablist recordings - for the final October Hellraiser special of Put The Needle On The Record on Friday October 28th at 7pm 

Downtown Ghoulville 
Friday, October 28th, 8pm - 9pm 
on Downtown Soulville with Mr. Fine Wine 

Back (from the grave) by popular demand. A chilling cryptful of spine-tinglingly spooky grooves! 

Cratedigger's Lung Presents: Halloween Is For Creeps III! 
Friday, October 28th, 8pm - 11pm 
on Cratedigger's Lung with Rich In Washington 
(on Sheena's Jungle Room Stream
Three hours of creepy sounds for creepy people. Rich in Washington doesn't have to dig too deep to find the scariest, most morbid sounds in his vast collection of music (but dig, he will!). It's really like a regular edition of Cratedigger's Lung with all its creepiness concentrated into one horrible episode. Tune in won't you? 

A UK DiY Deep-Dive with Ben Mancell of Fuzzy Warbles Cassettes 
Friday, October 28th, 9pm - Midnight 
on Burn It Down! with Nate K. 

Label empresario and member of lo-fi post-punks Famous Logs in History Ben Mancell drops by the show to play choice deep cuts from his extensive personal collection of out-there UK DiY releases from the late '70s and early '80s. We'll talk record collecting and take a listen to some releases on Ben's excellent cassette label, Fuzzy Warbles. 

Saturday, October 29th, Midnight - 3am 
on Inflatable Squirrel Carcass with Rich Hazelton 

For the final week of the October Hellraiser, the Inflatable Squirrel Carcass is happy to bring you three hours of music featuring organs for your late evening/early morning entertainment. Join me as the sounds and I float above the narthex where the faithful, gathered before the great dial, pray for something, anything other than another organ as we approach the two hour mark. 

Greg from ZONE 5 will not guest host Double Dip Recess 
Saturday, October 29th, 9am - 11am 
on Double-Dip Recess with Roger 

Greg from ZONE 5 will definitely NOT be doing a Double Double Dip Creepfest while Roger is out of town because Roger's plans got canceled. Do you hear that Greg? No! I don't need you, Stay Away! Bad Greg! 

Bob Brainen & Pete Tomlinson Present the Music of The Lovin’ Spoonful & their roots 
Saturday, October 29th, 11am - 2pm 
on Bob Brainen's show 
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream
Besides creating a string of well-earned hits, the Spoons were real scholars of American music. We’ll play plenty of tunes by this beloved band and dip into the country blues, hokum, and jug bands that influenced and informed their sound. Join Us! 

David Libert 
Saturday, October 29th, 11am - 1pm 
on Michael Shelley's show 

Michael welcomes David Libert, the author of "Rock And Roll Warrior," which details his days as a member of Paterson, New Jersey's The Happenings (who had 4 top 40 hits) and his wild days on the road as a manager and road manager for acts like Alice Cooper... not to mention his brief time as a supplier of certain substances to people who liked to party in L.A. 

Special Guest: Chris Welcome 
Saturday, October 29th, 2pm - 4pm 
on Music For a Free World with Dave Sewelson 
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream
Chris Welcome is a guitarist, composer, and electronic musician based in Brooklyn, NY. 

Drop In Presents DJ LesleyK with the Ladies of Ska & Rocksteady 
Saturday, October 29th, 6pm - 7pm 
on Drop-In 
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream
Rock & Soul Rookie of the year, DJ LesleyK returns to DropIn to spin a selection of female voices of ska and rocksteady. So tune into DropIn Presents DJ LesleyK with the Ladies of Ska & Rocksteady 

Interview with Rustbelt 
Sunday, October 30th, Midnight - 3am 
on Radioactivity with Abbie From Mars 

John Chiaverina, the artist formerly known as Juiceboxxx, joins Abbie from Mars for a conversation about his new project. The debut Rustbelt EP is out 10/14 on Dangerbird Records. 

1960s Garage Freakout! 
Sunday, October 30th, 3pm - 5pm 
on Paul Bruno's show 

In tribute to both the 50th anniversary of the original Nuggets compilation and Sunday afternoons of FMU past, Paul will spin 2 hours of nothing but the best 60s beat, garage and psych and more. Joining him for this afternoon of fuzz will be garage rock expert Mike Sin, who will surely know more about the records being played than Paul does. 

Nadira guest hosts! 
Sunday, October 30th, 5pm - 6pm 
on Radio Row 

A spine-tingling hallow’s eve soundscape for walking the long line between the here and there. 

Devil's Night 
Sunday, October 30th, 10pm - Midnight 
on Eclectical Banana with Julie 
(on Sheena's Jungle Room Stream
Flap your bat wings into Halloween with Satanic masses, songs about witches, conjurings and other spooky delights from the 60s & 70s. 

Jim the Poet Naked On The Air This Halloween 3-6 AM 
Monday, October 31st, 3am - 6am 
on Showy McShowface with Jim the Poet 

What's the scariest thing Jim the Poet could think of to do for his final Hellraiser show? Doing his show completely naked. At least until Clay shows up. 

Special Guest: Paolo Angeli 
Monday, October 31st, Noon - 3pm 
on Irene Trudel's show 
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream
A self-described sorcerer of the guitar, Paolo Angeli creates magical, multi-layered music on his unique prepared instrument. The guitarist who hails from Sardinia performs like an orchestra of many, playing his hybrid instrument that has strings going in all directions, foot-pedal-controlled motorized propellers and hammers creating unusual sounds. Angeli’s vocals soar above shimmering melodies, drones and bass-lines as he bows, strikes, plucks and strums his guitar. Paolo talks about his long career and collaborations, and plays a few lovely tunes for Irene. 

Hauntology & Kot Kot 
Monday, October 31st, 3:01pm - 6pm 
on Radio Ravioli with Olivia 

Tune in for spirits, ghosts, haunted musics, and an interview with Lena Filatova, aka Kot Kot. Lena will discuss her music, which she describes as akin to hauntology in how she incorporates past soundscapes, forgotten sounds, and neglected moments into her music. We'll also hear music from Kot Kot's album i pni, which was released on Aguirre Records. 

Nightmares from Silicon Valley 
Monday, October 31st, 6pm - 7pm 
on Techtonic with Mark Hurst 

For Halloween on Techtonic, Mark Hurst will share some nightmares slouching from Silicon Valley: commercial airlines haunted by a voice that can't be turned off! Homes filled with spy devices feeding predatory trillion-dollar companies! Millions of hospital patients secretly spied on by Mark Zuckerberg! And more. 

Vocal Fry Halloween Hellraiser Spelltacular 
Monday, October 31st, 8pm - 9pm 
on Vocal Fry with Dan Bodah 

Join Vocal Fry to celebrate the beginning of the Pagan New Year by putting the Old Year to death with the spookiest vocals around! Spells from ex-Holy Modal Rounders, dirges for the dying Sunn O))), maledictions from perfidious Diamanda Galas, devil's music from Redbone, and other Hellraising delights. Suitable for soundtracking your front porch when darkness falls and the trick or treaters are flocking like bats around your belfry... 

Partly Cloudy, with Arvo Zylo. 
Tuesday, November 1st, 9pm - 11pm 
on Mid-Valley Mutations with Austin Rich 
(on Sheena's Jungle Room Stream
Austin Rich decided to take a much-needed week off, and instead, offered the chance for this episode to be hosted by Arvo Zylo, no stranger to radio, who spent years doing long-format radio in Chicago at WZRD in Chicago. He’ll offer a Day of The Dead meditation on rain. Arvo runs “No Part of It” Records, which releases incredible contemporary experimental work. 

Singles Going Seventies! 
Wednesday, November 2nd, Noon - 3pm 
on The Evan "Funk" Davies Show 

The perennial fall favorite returns! It’s SINGLES GOING SEVENTIES, nothing but 7-inch records released between 1970 and 1979 (inclusive!), with music from different genres living together in peace and harmony, just as the ancient Top 40 Radio gods decreed. It's no longer part of Singles Going Steady Week due to illness, but enjoy it anyway! 

Owen Kline guest hosts! 
Sunday, November 6th, 5pm - 6pm 
on Radio Row 

For a Halloween Hangover Special. 

Special Guest: Robyn Hitchcock 
Monday, November 7th, Noon - 3pm 
on Irene Trudel's show 
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream

Jill Kroesen 
Monday, November 7th, 3:01pm - 6pm 
on Radio Ravioli with Olivia 

This past September, Modern Harmonic released "I Really Want To Bomb You: 1972 - 1984," a compilation of Jill Kroesen's inventive, dystopian, and often hilarious art-rock compositions from the 70s and 80s. Jill will be joining us live from her house in the California desert as she plays us her own unissued tracks and music from a bunch of her own contemporaries and friends (Jill was a student of Robert Ashley and involved in Peter Gordon's Love of Life Orchestra, just to mention a couple of her connections). Listen in for stories & music! 

The full story of zer0-G Mice, Part 1 of 2. 
Tuesday, November 8th, 9pm - 11pm 
on Mid-Valley Mutations with Austin Rich 
(on Sheena's Jungle Room Stream
Get the full story of zer0-G Mice, the once powerfully popular performance troop throughout the Seven Galaxies, until a horrible secret is revealed, that destroys the band forever! Part 1 of 2. This is an improvised / scripted / live performance featuring univac, Austin Rich & members of Big City Orchestra, all contributing stories, jokes and music on the spot, to build a sci-fi ode to Firesign Theater. 

Lulu Lewis live set 
Wednesday, November 9th, Noon - 3pm 
on The Evan "Funk" Davies Show 

Lulu Lewis was formed in 2015 by Dylan Hundley and her husband Pablo Martin. The pair have concocted a fetching combination of dance and punk — think Siouxsie & the Banshees meet Remain In Light-era Talking Heads, if you want to be reductive. The band’s latest album Dyscopia is out now. 

DJ Dante Scaglione guest hosts! 
Sunday, November 13th, 5pm - 6pm 
on Radio Row 

DJ Dante Scaglione presents Radio Infernal - a deep dive into the curiosities and earworms of European synthpop, downtempo, and balearic music from the 80s and 90s. 

The full story of zer0-G Mice, Part 2 of 2. 
Tuesday, November 15th, 9pm - 11pm 
on Mid-Valley Mutations with Austin Rich 
(on Sheena's Jungle Room Stream
Get the full story of zer0-G Mice, the once powerfully popular performance troop throughout the Seven Galaxies, until a horrible secret is revealed, that destroys the band forever! Part 2 of 2. This is an improvised / scripted / live performance featuring univac, Austin Rich & members of Big City Orchestra, all contributing stories, jokes and music on the spot, to build a sci-fi ode to Firesign Theater. 

The Airport 77s 
Wednesday, November 16th, Noon - 3pm 
on The Evan "Funk" Davies Show 

Inspired by the power pop of the late '70s and early '80s (rather than the namesake disaster movie) the Airport 77s bring their top-flight combo of catchy hooks and clever lyrics to Jersey City for this live set. They released EFD’S #1 album of 2021, and the follow-up — We Realize You Have A Choice (Jem Records) — just came out last month. 

John Schnall’s Midnight Matinee: Everything Everywhere Schnall At Once 
Saturday, November 19th, Midnight - 3am 
on Inflatable Squirrel Carcass with Rich Hazelton 

At midnight as November 18 turns into November 19, Midnight Matinee presents Everything Everywhere Schnall At Once, a one hour movie de- and re-construction about life in an alternate Schnalliverse. On your radio and internet, and in your head. Or one version of your head. In English, Mandarin and Cantonese. 

Interview with Eli Winter 
Sunday, November 20th, Midnight - 3am 
on Radioactivity with Abbie From Mars 

Chicago-based musician, guitarist, and band-leader Eli Winter joins Abbie from Mars for a conversation. His self-titled record was released on Three Lobed this past August. 

Sarah Van Buren guest hosts! 
Sunday, November 20th, 5pm - 6pm 
on Radio Row 

SVB returns with a synesthetic sonic bouquet for your ears... heavy stuff and light stuff for your daylight savings times! 


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