Radio Show: October 25th, 2009 // Girls Girls Girls… who are really boys.

October 26, 2009

Girls and some girls.

We are fans of Girls here.

They are from San Francisco, and they make lovely lo-fi surf-gaze indie-pop (© 2009 Totally Wired). This week, they passed through our very own seaside hippy city at the tail end of a (apparently tiring) 5 week European tour. You can hear our interview with Chris and JR in part 2, as well as listen to a couple of choice cuts from their album, Album.

Matt had a bit of a DFA love-in, playing the newly reissued Pylon, and new tracks by Free Energy and LCD Soundsystem, plus Chromeo, Alan Vega, our interviewees next week the Wave Pictures, and and MGMT remix. Dionne was in a serious mode (albeit briefly), with a seminal and pertinent airing of a Stevie Wonder classic, plus our new tambourine-crush, The Drums. Elsewhere, you’ve also got Naomi Punk, Wavves, Atlas Sound, Simian Mobile Disco, The Dirty Projectors and Brighton dudes Bellows and Dizrali.

I’m off to other reaches of the internet where the girls aren’t guys…

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Janet Jackson When I think of You A&M Records
Little Dragon Runabout Peacefrog
Wavves Friends Were Gone Bella Union
The Drums I felt Stupid Moshi Moshi
Chromeo Night By Night Green Label Sounds
Simian Mobile Disco Cruel Intentions (Greg Wilson ReEdit) Wichita
Pylon Crazy DFA
Sebastian Tellier Roche (Kavinsky Rmx) Records Makers
Stevie Wonder Black Man Motown
Naiomi Punk N/A Leftist Nautical Antiques
Bellows Troop Cake
Dizrali Bomb Tesco Bandiweg’s Urban as F@k Recordings
Alan Vega Jukebox Babe ZE
Girls Summertime Fantasy Trashcan
Girls Lust For Life Fantasy Trashcan
Wave Pictures Leave That Scene Behind Moshi Moshi
Dirty Projectors & David Byrne Knotty Pine Domino
Atlas Sound Walkabout 4AD
Dominant Legs Just Silly Ones unsigned
Get Back Guinozzi Out Of The Loop Fat Cat
Marissa Nadler River Of Dirt Rough Trade
Free Energy Something Between Us DFA
MGMT Electric Feel (Aeroplane Rmx) Columbia
LCD Soundsystem Bye Bye Bayoo DFA

Colour Out Of Space

October 26, 2009

Colour Out Of Space

Get your boots along to Colour Of Of Space this weekend (Friday-Sunday) for three days of SOUND, art and movies. Click here for more info:

www.colouroutofspace.org


Itchy Scratchy!

October 19, 2009

Itchy Scratchy night

As mentioned on this week’s show, you should get yourself along to the Westhill Hall in Brighton on Saturday night. Here’s some more info:

This Halloween Permanent presents a night of music as a satellite event to the Itchy Scratchy Picture Show. Four bands have been asked to play Itchy Scratchy sets, comprised of untypical musical styles or new directions as yet unplayed out in public. Initiator of the Itchy Scratchy Picture Show, Jason Evans, will Dj Itchy Scratchy records. Halloween dress code: Spooky itchy scratchy. Including a temporary Permanent Bookshop. The Westhill is a bring-your-own venue.

And for your convenience, here are some links to the band websites:

http://www.myspace.com/thsticks

http://www.myspace.com/arthurbrick

http://www.myspace.com/theolddolphinbrigade

http://www.myspace.com/vole

Satisfaction (and spooks) guaranteed!


Radio Show: October 18th 2009 // Golden Drums

October 18, 2009

The Drums

Much talk this week of The Drums, New York / Florida’s sunshine popsters. Dionne and Matt both brought tracks to play (Dionne naturally turning this happy coinkydink into a competition, insisting her choice was the “better” song – insecurity much?), and both lit up the show (both songs that is, not the presenters…). Dionne’s new favourite band (play count 185 since last Tuesday) played at Iceland Airwaves this weekend, and we were there in spirit. Check out their hyperventilating set here.

Elsewhere, there was the tingle of gold left right and centre – Fool’s Gold’s wonderful stuff (albeit diminished in Dionne’s eyes by their apparently sub-standard video), Golden Silvers bring back memories of their NME gig last week, and have you seen Julian Casabancas’ new artwork… crumbs…

And it’s afrobeat central in part 3 as we pay tribute to the king, Fela Kuti, who would have been 71 years young this week. Expect a veery long track sandwiched with new generation Nigerian Nneka and Norway’s finest adopted Nigerian offspring, CasioKids.

Anyhoo, this show was another big fun – listen here and join in! What we played is just down below.

Fool’s Gold Surprise Hotel Fool’s Gold Records
The Drums I Felt Stupid Moshi Moshi
The Field A Paw in my Face Kompakt
Golden Silvers Another Universe XL
Julian Casablancas 11th Dimension Rough Trade
Donna Summer Dim All The Lights Casablanca records
Nneka Heartbeat YoMamas
Fela Kuti Zombie Wrasse
Casiokids Bagamoyo Karisma
Free Energy Something In Common DFA
Jay-Z DOA Rocafella
Daft Punk Tron Legacy Theme LivePlanet / Walt Disney
Chromium Haunted Disco Infinity Records
Air Love Astralwerks
Phoenix Love Like A Sunset (Animal Collective Rmx) V2
Bonobo Terrapin Tru Thoughts
Fiery Furnaces Even In the Rain Rough Trade
The Drums Let’s Go Surfing Moshi Moshi
Wizardz Boogie Slyde Soundwave records
:Kinema: Circles Slutty Fringe

Radio Show: October 11th 2009 // And the winner is…

October 12, 2009

GBG

Well ladies and gents, it’s award season pretty soon, and here is our submission for a Sony Gold. Dionne and Matt blazed through as much quality music as any two-hour period can reasonably sustain, and still found time to layer that yummy jam with some deliciously soft victoria sponge cakey waffles.

It was a great show this week, including an interview with Get Back Guinozzi (bottoms up), plus forthcoming singles from Vampire Weekend, Chromeo, local pop princes :Kinema: (the punctuation is important apparently), a real treat from Fools Gold, and we bear witness to Julian Casablancas discovering the synthesiser.

For those with a shopping urge, you can go right out and buy Simian Mobile Disco, Fiery Furnaces, Micachu and the loooong awaited return of Anti-Pop Consortium.

There were also a couple of classic oldies from the likes of Sylvester and Toba, just to complete the rock of ages.

So quickly, we’d like to thank our Moms, God, our agents, everyone who voted for us. It really is an honour for us to just be here…. Oh… I promised myself I wouldn’t cry… *sniff*

(fade music up)

Part 1:

Part 2:

Part 3:

Simian Mobile Disco feat. Beth Ditto Cruel Intentions Wichita
Au Revoir Simone Another Likely Story (Aeroplane Rmx) Moshi Moshi
Micachu & The Shapes Vulture Rough Trade
Florence & The Machine You Got The Love (The XX Rmx) Island
Toba Moving Up !K7
Julian Casablancas 11th Dimension Rough Trade
:Kinema: Circles Slutty Fringe
The Drums Let’s Go Surfing Moshi Moshi
Fool’s Gold Surprise Hotel Fool’s Gold Records
Get Back Guinozzi Low Files Tropical Fat Cat
Get Back Guinozzi Carpet Madness Fat Cat
Get Back Guinozzi Out Of The Loop Fat Cat
Fiery Furnaces Even In The Rain Thrill Jockey
Daniel Johnston Fake Records of Rock & Roll Eternal Yip Eye
Yacht The Afterlife DFA
The Raveonettes Suicide Vice
Girls Lust For Life Matador
Anti Pop Consortium Volcano (Four Tet remix) Warp
The Twilight Sad Suck Fat Cat
Vampire Weekend Horchata XL
Chromeo Night By Night Green Label Sounds
Sylvester I Need Somebody To Love Tonight Blue Thumb
Metronomy Not Made For Love (Joakim Remix) Because

We are lazy, you can Podcast. That is all.

October 6, 2009

…. well not lazy exactly. Anna did her monthly show this week, so Dionne and Matt got to Hastings and look at beach-launched fishing boats and their netting arrangements (Matt) and go to the Cotswolds and hunt for lined driving gloves (Dionne).

In the meantime, we’re not going to judge you, but I know you’ve missed at least ONE of our shows, so for portability and expedience, we have started podcasting! You can find information and subscription directions for the Totally Wired Radio Show Waffleicious Podcast here.