Monday, May 30, 2011

Living Too Late - Episode 4

Playlist from 5.29.11

Presler and Morgan - You're Gonna Watch Me
Foreign Bodies - The Incredible Truth
The Girls - Jeffrey I Hear You
The Waitresses - Clones
Chi-Pig - Bountiful Living
L Seven - Insanity
Death - Politicians In My Eyes
The Dogs - Slash Your Face
Naked Raygun - Potential Rapist
Horror Comic - England '77
Weirdos - Life of Crime
Modettes - Fandango
Lustige Mutanten - MiƟgeburten
Stranger Station - Minutes to Silence
Family Fodder - Acapulco
The Happy Cadavers - Rigorous Mortis
VOM - Punkmobile
Crass - Big Man, Big M.A.N./Banned from the Roxy, Hurry Up Gary (live)
Fatal Microbes - Beautiful Pictures
Rubella Ballet - Krak Trak
Digital Dance - Faulty
Ski Patrol - Faith in Transition
Higsons - It Goes Waap!
Crispy Ambulance - Deaf
Section 25 - Dirty Disco
Live Skull - Corpse
Sonic Youth - Screams (Recorded Live in Switzerland)
David Linton - Shattering Glass
Robert Rental - A.C.C.
Crisis - Holocaust
Prefects - Things In General
Blank Students - Fun At The Fair
Feederz - Fuck You

Synopsis: Nate returns after a week the Middle East. The American Middle East to be exact; specifically the contentious border between Michigan and Indiana. This dark vibe permeates the evening. Matt also returns after a week in Portland, OR. A curious studio guest solicits Nate for cocaine. Matt finds jokes online. New show features include library sound beds, bumper music, itunes, mic feedback, extreme laptops skins, ATM fees, and free "happy hour" wi-fi after 8pm. 

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Monday, May 16, 2011

Living Too Late - Episode 3

Playlist from 5.15.11

Chrome - Blood on the Moon
Glenn Branca - Spectacular Commodity
Teenage Jesus and the Jerks - Baby Doll
DNA - New New
UT - Confidential
AKA - Mental Timebombs
Chalk Circle - The Slap
Kitchen and the Plastic Spoons - Fantastic
Screamers - 122 Hours of Fear
Jesus Couldn't Drum - I'm a Train
Gerry and the Holograms - Gerry and the Holograms
John Maus - Too Much Money
Steve Reich - Clapping Music 1972
MRR-ADM featuring Malcolm Catto - 010
Allan Ladds - Nattgatan
Pop Rivets - Beatle Boots
Age of Chance - Motorcity
Bog-shed - Slave Girls
Blurt - My Mother was a Friend of an Enemy of the People
Pop Group - We are all Prostitutes
Noh Mercy - Caucasian Guilt
Blackouts - Exchange of Goods
Minutemen - Joy
Nu Sensae - Dust
David Hasselhoff - This is a Mess
Fire Engines - Plastic Gift
John Carpenter - You're Dead
Man is the Bastard - Idget Child
JFA - Count
Heavy Seals - Untitled
Angry Samoans - The Todd Killings
The Germs - What we do is Secret
Crass - System
Mars - Puerto Rican Ghost
Prats - Nothing
Wipers - Voices in the Rain
Weirdos - Destroy All Music
VOM - Electrocute your Cock
G-Sport - Idle Worship
The Fall - It's the New Thing
Monochrome Set - He's Frank
Spizzoil - Cold City

Synopsis: Despite illness Matt makes an inspiring and brave return in order to officially unveil the new "10 for 10" segment. A volume discount whereby listeners receive 10 punk songs in under 10 minutes. What a deal! Also, the latest Fast Weapons release, a 7inch by Vancouver Canada's Nu Sensae, makes its world cyberspace internet premier. Available now on the FW website. At the end of the night Danzig and Iggy Pop hit the station via Skype to offer their support. This is Internet Radio history people.

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Monday, May 9, 2011

Living Too Late - Episode 2

Playlist from 5.8.11

Method Actors - The Method
The Fans - Dangerous Goodbyes
Scrotum Poles - Night Train
Visitors - Compatibility
Wah Heat - Seven Minutes to Midnight
Au Pairs - Diet
Mekons - Kill
English Subtitles - Time Tunnel
The Fall - Rowche Rumble
Bob - Thomas Edison
Cult Hero - I'm a Cult Hero
The Expelaires - Sympathy (Don't be Taken In)
Electric Guitars - Continental Shelf
Blue Orchids - Flood
Red Beat - Survival
48 Chairs - Snap It Around
Swell Maps - Loin of the Surf
Essential Logic - Music is a Better Noise
Kleenex - Heidi's Head
Girls At Our Best - Its Fashion
Prag Vec - The Follower
Honey Bane - Girl On The Run
Sad Amoung Strangers - Sparks Fly Upward
Malaria - Your Turn to Run
Slits - Man Next Door
The Middle Class - Situations
Flipper - Ha Ha Ha
Vox Pop - Cab Driver
Really Red - Modern Needs
Black Randy and His Elite Metrosquad - I Wanna be a Nark
The Zero Boys - I'm Bored
The Twinkeyz - Aliens In Our Midst
The Germs - Forming
The Dream Syndicate -  That's What You Always Say

Synopsis: DJ Lonely Nate continues on the stack of singles from the previous week. Some minor technical issues arise. At the end of the night several homeless people knock on the window and demand to know what's going on inside. Obviously guys, this is a punk/post-punk radio show. 

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Monday, May 2, 2011

Living Too Late - Episode 1

Playlist from 5.1.11

Pere Ubu - The Final Solution
The Mekons - Where Were You?
Spizzenergi -  Where's Captain Kirk
Big Boys - Heartbeat
Larry Wallis - I'm a Police Car
The Fire Engines - Get Up And Use Me
The Bizarros - Lady Doubonette
The Mo-Dettes - White Mice
The Pinkies - Target Searching
Pink Section - Part Time
Josef K - One Angle
Inflatable Boy Clams - Skeleton
Plastics - Robot
Throbbing Gristle - 20 Jazz Funk Greats
Blue Orchids - Work
Glaxo Babies - Because of You
Second Layer - Metal Sheet
Algebra Mothers - Strawberry Cheesecake
Neptune's Car - Lucky Charms
The Beakers - Red Towel
The Blackouts - Probabilities
The Flowers - After Dark
Neo Boys - Rich Man's Dream
The Mirrors - Shirley
Kevin Dunn - Oktyabrina
Teardrop Explodes - Bouncing Babies
TV Personalities - Where's Bill Grundy Now
Bush Tetras - Rituals
Tuxedomoon - No Tears
Prats - Nobody Noticed
The Dicks - Hate The Police

Synopsis: Nate and Matt host the inaugural show while Nathan is in London. It's a wild assortment of mostly post punk 7inches. Miraculously almost no Osama Bin Laden jokes were made. No alcohol in the studio perhaps? 

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