Twangs of all stripes and stuff that ends in -billy.
Anti-fascist researcher Dave Emory (spelled E-M-O-R-Y) goes into all the hidden truths and details about evil men and their trade practices.
Plenty of Tull. Some other bands too if they rock.
One hour; 23 or 24 soul 45s.
Scratchy vanity 45s, pilfered field recordings, muddy off-the-radio sounds, homemade congregational tapes and vintage commercial gospel throw-downs; a little preachin', a little salvation, a little audio tomfoolery.
Special podcast version of Michael Shelley's weekly radio show, featuring interviews with the high-rollers of rock, soul, country, and jazz.
Southern inspirational dada.
A show from WFMU about our shift to a digital future. Mark Hurst interviews creators and thinkers about technology, community, videogames, and whatever else is next.
Back in 1979, I made the decision to accept Dr Demento as my personal savior. Since then, with the help of his apostles Spike, Al, Stan and Black-Eyed Susan Brown, I have made it my mission to spread the Gospel of the Firesign and the Word of the Waller. Please join me and my fellow seekers as we find the Wisdom we crave and the Rapture we deserve. A new sermon every Tuesday (and NO collection plate!).
A comprehensive exploration of contemporary experimental, psychedelic, noise & other obscure music. Hosted by Andy Ortmann (curator of the Nihilist Records label and member of longtime noise project Panicsville) presenting his obsessive perspective on the new difficult music. Peripheral and relating genres, including ethereal, electronic & extreme metal should also be expected in this weekly program. Sit back and relax into the hallucination amplification of The Eternal Now.
The program formerly known as Seven Second Delay, and The Happiness Hut. Ken and Andy, also known as The Enema Boys, further lower WFMU's already abysmal standards on a weekly basis. Stunt radio which subjects the radio audience to concepts and topics which mature adults should not have to endure. Find the fatal flaw.
A live, improvised sound collage experiment, going back 27 years, weaving mesmerizing new soundscapes from found and collected materials right in the present moment. Pop music, speeches, live phone calls and spontaneous monologues become ambient loopy layered threads riding the liminal spaces between waking and dreaming.
Earth's only supernatural slumber-party-style call-in show.
The Old Codger: playing 78 RPM records like they're going out of style!
Forward-thinking electronic music, regional sounds from around the world, hip-hop, dancehall, and float. Frequent international guests widen the picture.
Your weekly ticket to droneland. Field recordings of waters, machines, subways, drums, frogs, ice, etc, and then those same recordings spindled, folded, or mutilated. Don't worry, that ticket will still get you through the phantom tollbooth.
100+ year old lo-fi recordings contextually presented.
Street interviews, listener call-ins, vinyl gluttery, sporadic normalcy, original floperas and fiktion, blatant talking over songs, politix, tenderness, and a vague undercurrent of angst. Right up your alley!
Caffeinated rock, experimental pop, oddball beats, and more stuffed into a chewy, bite-sized, downloadable snack. A quick rundown of Liz's faves from the Free Music Archive, including many tunes from her weekly radio show, plus a few special treats that are too hot for airplay.
Just two girls. Having a good time. On a Friday night.
DIY pop, shitalo, & the other "fun" stuff from Brooklyn, Jersey City, Manchester circa 1980, and everywhere else the DIY impulse took root.
Join Lou for a 45-minute adventure through techno, dub, hip-hop, electronica and other sounds guaranteed to get your booty twitching. Your host will spin all sorts of beat-related music under the Creative Commons license, with a special nod to tracks that come from the almighty Free Music Archive.
A half hour show show celebrating the bleeps, bloops and beats of pre-millennium electronica and dance singles in the twelve inch format. Lots of forgotten and discarded artists, pseudonyms, sub-genres and remixes from the late 80's and 90's thrown at you in a down and dirty fashion.
This program features three tracks each week, culled from the endless barrage of independent 45s that were released throughout the 1990s. A shameless re-visitation of those halcyon days when mailorder and photocopied fanzines ruled the school.
A digest of radio pieces from WFMU's Morning Program. Host Clay Pigeon shares his inimitable production pieces, plus Wake and Bake Radio's weekly reports on cheese, hazardous waste, weird animals, listener phone calls, today in history, and more from Wake and Bake Radio, heard in its entirety Monday through Friday, 6-9am and online here: http://www.wfmu.org/playlists/WA
The Best Show On WFMU is now The Best Podcast On WFMU! Join Tom Scharpling as he journeys through the treacherous and hi-larious world of open phones, bizarre fake guests, and even more disturbing real guests. The podcast is all of the Mirth and Mayhem, but none of the Music!
Bronwyn C, The Iowa Firecracker talks pigs and takes your calls on pig-related matters.
Surreal, arty sound collage incorporating music, found audio, and pop culture relics, glued together by People Like Us.
Aerial View was WFMU’s first regularly-scheduled phone-in talk show. Hosted by Chris T. and on the air since 1989, the show features topical conversation, interviews and many trips down the rabbit hole. Until further notice, Aerial View is only available as a podcast, available every Tuesday morning. Subscribe to the newsletter “See You Next Tuesday!” and find tons of archives at aerialview.me.
An hour of vintage calypso, soca, mento, pan, and related Caribbean genres - and NO reggae (or Belafonte). Sexy and saucy, ribald and raunchy recordings from the 1920s to the 1980s, and occasionally later. Hear tropical and topical chunes from the Duke of Iron, Lord Kitchener, Wilmoth Houdini, The Mighty Sparrow, Lords Invader and Nelson, Atilla the Hun, Terror, Executor, King Radio, and other colorfully named calypsonians of yore. Hosted by the mythical Muriel and a white Jewish guy from th ...
Chuck Edwards - "Downtown Soulville" - 45 Music behind DJ: Willie Wright and His Sparklers - "Gibble, Gobble" - 45 The Metronomes - "Ride" - 45 Chuck Willis - "Whatcha Gonna Do When Your Baby Leaves You" - 45 Mello-Jacks - "Do Something Else" - 45 Lucy Hayes - "I've Done It Again" - 45 The Ascots - "She Did" - 45 Music behind DJ: Bob Bain - "Loosey…
By KBC and WFMU
Emeralds - "Candy Shoppe" - Does It Look Like I'm Here? Pita - "Fine Swex" - Get Down Jim O'Rourke - "I'm Happy (excerpt)" - I'm Happy, and I'm Singing, and a 1 2 3 4 Tujiko Noriko - "Niagra Hospital" - Blurred in my Mirror OHNE - "tracks 11/12" - 1 Kevin Drumm & Daniel Menche - "Gauntlet (exceprt)" - Gauntlet Oneohtrix Point Never - "Stress Waves"…
By Wake and Bake Podcast with Clay Pigeon and WFMU
Silver Quintette - "Sinner's Crossroads" Elite Jewels - "There is a Fountain" Swan Silvertones - "All Aboard" Mighty Golden Aires of Ridgeland, S.C. - "I'm Gonna Wait On The Lord" Bay State Gospel Singers - "What Kind Of Man Is This" Davis Sisters - "The Holy Spirit" Singing Crusaders - "Out On The Ocean Sailing" Charlie Williams and the Five Singi…
By Hearty White and WFMU
Music behind DJ: Tony Farr - "Sleep Walk" Hank Snow - "The Boogie Woogie Flying Cloud" Jerry McKennon - "Please Walk Softly" Jimmie Skinner - "Four Walls A Floor And A Ceiling" Leon McAuliffe - "Juke Box" The Louvin Brothers - "Pitfall" Music behind DJ: Virgil Pate - "Wildwood Flower" Alvie Self - "Let's Go Wild" Frankie Mann and The Meteors - "Jus…
By Ken and Andy and WFMU
Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers - "Hyena Stomp" Maurice Chevalier - "Just a Bum" Cab Calloway - "I Love to Sing-a" The Light Crust Doughboys - "Pussy, Pussy, Pussy" Honolulu Players - "Leilihua" Robert Hill - "You Gonna Look Like a Monkey When You Get Old" The Spirits of Rhythm - "My Old Man" Stuff Smith and his Onyx Club Orchestra - "You'se a …
Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza - "A Carousel Ride after Too Much Soup" - Show #336, from Oct. 5, 2004 [A long-lost episode from the Austin years. 2021 talk near end] Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza - "Pure Imagination (Inaugural)" - Show #350, from Jan. 18, 2005 [God wants us to be free (and to maintain full productivity). Also from the Aust…
Air - "Alpha Beta Gaga" Fenn O’Berg - "Fenn O’Berg Theme" David Shea - "Another Destination in the West" Bernard Parmegiani - "Capture éphémère" Luiz Bonfá - "Medley" Scott Bradley - "Neapolitan Mouse" Scott Bradley - "Pecos Pest (1955)" Kipper Kids - "Singing, April 1978 " Christian Boltanski - "Reconstitiution de chansons qui one ete chantee …
By Jim Price and WFMU
By Dave Emory and WFMU
Jody Porter And The Berlin Waltz - "Sunsick Moon" Jody Porter And The Berlin Waltz - "Sheet Lightning" Jody Porter And The Berlin Waltz - "Crashland" Jody Porter And The Berlin Waltz - "Sink To The Bottom"https://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/106089By Michael Shelley and WFMU
Jon Fasman, author, "We See It All: Liberty and Justice in an Age of Perpetual Surveillance" Tomaš Dvořák - "Game Boy Tune" - Machinarium Soundtrack - "Mark's intro" - "Interview with Jon Fasman" - "Mark's comments" Schneider TM - "iBot (With A Soul)" - The 8 Of Spacehttps://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/105971…