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#611


Tea Man With Tea Gum
“Music For Kids Without Any” (2004)

Standout track from Susan Lawly’s Russian noise tribute.  Four minutes straight of black-and-blues, bruises, bludgeoning force, and Richter-scale levels before emergency alerts signal in random ear-piercing screams, shrieks, silliness, and other post-rumble excitement from both channels before some very happy Russian teenagers cheer victory. Russian President Vladimir Putin would be crying his eyes out in a fetal position if he ever heard this.

“yesterday I took the day off, watched scary movies with my friends and then went to a Halloween party. I’m really glad I took some time to enjoy myself and not think about anything school or MCAT related. It’s important to have balance and take a break when needed to prevent burnout. Now I’m feeling refreshed and ready to attack the MCAT! Also got my first peppermint mocha of the season to help me out” by stonybrookpremed on Instagram: http://ift.tt/1tv7zPa

NFA > GDTRFB > NFA
  • NFA > GDTRFB > NFA
  • Grateful Dead
  • 70-10-30 SUNY Stony Brook Late Show
Play

Today’s Daily Dose of the Dead is Not Fade Away > Goin’ Down the Road Feeling Bad > Not Fade Away from the University Gymnasium at Stony Brook University, NY on October 30, 1970 (Late Show)

The Dead played two short electric shows this night at Stony Brook but heck for $1 a ticket you could easily see both.

The set-list for the late show is as follows:

Smokestack, BIODTL, China Cat> I Know You Rider, FOTD, Truckin, Candyman, Hurts Me Too, Dancin, Big RxR Blues, St. Stephen> NFA> GDTRFB> NFA> Lovelight

enjoy!

“Going where the water tastes like wine. Well I’m going where the water tastes like wine. Going where the water tastes like wine, I don’t wanna be treated this a way.”

#357

Nic Endo White Heat (1998)

DHR’s sole noise release that took everyone by surprise because everyone expected jungle, trash, and techno and got the total opposite. Nic Endo of Atari Teenage Riot questioned the lack of female noise artists and answered it directly by creating five tracks of constant choking, sizzling hot-blast noise and female empowerment. “Instant Balm #1” goes full throttle heaving, kicking, and screeching in all of its amazing glory. The very end of the video blinks a very special message…pay attention or you will literally miss it.

During my community college days before the turn of the millennium, I found only one other DHR fan besides myself who was wearing a Bomb 20 hat. I stopped him and soon after he made eight 120-minute cassettes of DHR stuff, this being one of many he recorded for me. I played it on my Walkman on a train ride to witness the Sensation Art exhibit, the same art exhibit that gave up Chris Ofili’s elephant dung paintings, The Chapman Bros. mannequins, Damien Hirst’s animal cut-ups, and so much more.

JUNE 29, 2015 (#86)
  1. Aube “Torpedo”
  2. Athenian Mercury “Fixated On Ta Da”
  3. Halflings “Keep Holding Hands”
  4. MSBR “1000 Pulses In Bosnia”
  5. Haters, The “Distance”
  6. Masonna Inner Mind Mystique track #4
  7. Jfk “Sexodus” (7″ VER)
  8. Cherry Point “This Is What Love Is”
  9. FM Einheit & Caspar Brotzmann “Nizzary”
  10. Sparkle Girl “Tape Collage #2″
  11. Incapacitants “Necklacing”
  12. Bastard Noise “Frack Baby Frack”
  13. Deterge “Townhouse Gonzo”
  14. DCXLVI “How I Became A Machine”
  15. Konstruktivists “Aural Wallpaper”
  16. Z’ev “Hottest Night”
  17. Sutcliffe Jugend & Consumer Electronics Pending Legal Action track #5
  18. Lackthrow “Part Eins”
  19. Shredded Nerve “Left In Capable Hands”
  20. Mike Shiflet & Jessica Rylan “Wonder Twins”
  21. Consumer Electronics “Lebensraum”
  22. Donna Parker “International Noise Conference, Miami 2006″ (live)
  23. Nic Endo “Don’t Interrupt”
  24. Ethnic Acid “Black Ass 3″
  25. NxFxTxEx “Some Stuff”
  26. Richard Fielding “Homage A Nobody”
  27. Boyd Rice “Black Light District”
  28. V/VM “Barcelona La La La”
  29. Donna Parker “Arder, Thessaloniki 5/19/2006″ (live)
  30. Lussuria “Mondo Narcotico”
  31. Zoviet France “Ascend A Fall”

Our first of five takeovers for Purple Starlight, Ω Radio goes off the board with three hours of nothing but classic and legendary noise artists. Uncommon concepts, art, collages, whitewashes, red levels, damaging sonics, pollution, and other obscene sounds played here not for pure virgin ears. 

Extreme frequencies used. Please exercise caution during playback.

Silence inserted in-between all tracks.

Material from artists Sparkle Girl, Athenian Mercury, NxFxTxEx, Haters, Cherry Point, Bastards Noise, and DCLXVI discovered through RRRecords’ Recycled Tapes series; and The Japanese / American Noise Treaty courtesy of Relapse Records.

Sparkle Girl’s “Tape Collage #2″ runs for 17+ minutes. Shredded Nerve’s “Left In Capable Hands” runs for 12+ minutes.

JfK and Ethnic Acid courtesy of Anthony DiFrancoSutcliffe Jugend and Consumer Electronics courtesy of Whitehouse and the Susan Lawly / Come Organization label.

Our second go-round for noise for Year Three. Here’s our first.

Ω Radio returns July 12, 2015 (midnight) as we air our second takeover for Purple Starlight. We are pre-empted on the Fourth of July for WUSB’s Summer 2014 Reggae Marathon. New deluxe Ω Radio to return July 16, 2015 (9:30 PM).

We thank all of our listeners and open minds for tuning in tonight.

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I'm getting more and more excited for school.

A few days ago, when I figured out I’d actually be going to Stony Brook, I was SO nervous to find friends. I innocently posted a question into the accepted students page, asking who would want to go into Manhattan for a day during a 4 day long weekend in September that we have. For a few hours, I didn’t get any bites which was pretty sad but then about 5 people were stoked to come with me and at the time of me writing this about 15 people are coming! I’m so excited for the year, I finally feel happy about my choice!!

#525

George Harrison “Crackerbox Palace” (1976)

Discovered the video for this at a time when NBC showed classic episodes of Saturday Night Live (1975) shortly after the turn of the millennium, and was re-aired right after Harrison passed away from cancer in November 2001. In that episode aired in late 1976, Eric Idle of Month Python’s Flying Circus (1969) not only hosted the episode where “Crackerbox Palace” aired but also was the director of the whimsical and surreal video. John Cleese, also of Month Python fame, made an appearance as well as Harrison’s future wife Olivia Arias.

Harrison met George Greif at the 1975 Midem Music Festival and kindly said that Greif resembled comedian Lord Buckley. Cioncidentally, Greif was Lord Buckley’s former manager whom then invited Harrison to Lord Buckley’s previous residency, in which he named it Crackerbox Palace.