Saturday, December 11, 2010

HHSOPB: On Assignment in Uganda

Originally aired on August 15th on CJSR 88.5fm in Edmonton. Ranking B & Spooky Luk bring in J-Harvs, Hip Hop Spread On Planet Breads Senior Global Hip Hop Correspondent. And J-Harv's brought us back a bunch of tapes from his hip hop research assignment in Uganda. From Mbarara to Kampala, Tororo to Moroto, and Mbale to Nimule, we got's the vibes straight from Uganda!

HHSOPB: Rep Where You From

Originally aired on August 1st on CJSR 88.5fm in Edmonton. Ranking B's runnin' deh controls solo stylee, and decided to bust out a Nigerian raprofile, plus hip hop from Congo, France and Canada before moving on to Central America and the Caribbean and blastin' some mad tracks from the tropics for the rest of the show. HHSOPB is steady reppin' where you from, wherever in the world that may be.

Thursday, December 9, 2010

Eat My Country: The Name Game

December 8th, 2010 episode of Eat My Country. Say my name, say my name! Songs and music in the second person. Watch out, Edmond Chuck is kinda grumpy... Featuring Bonnie "Prince" Billy- Madeline-Mary
Townes Van zandt- Mr.Mudd and Mr. Gold
Nathan- John Paul's Deliveries
Inger Lise Rypdal- Fru Johnsen
Elliot Brood- Oh Alberta
Timber Timbre- Demon Host
Doc Watson & Clarence Ashley- Old Rueben
Carolyn Mark- Claxton's Lament
John Davis and Group- Moses, Don't Get Lost
Proof Of Ghosts- Genevieve
John Prine- Dear Abby
The Wooden Sky- The Late King Henry
Laurence Walker- Alberta
Patrick Watson- Tracy's Waters
John Jackson- Cindy

Pan African Hour: Mmmmmmm

Pan African Hour episode from December 8, 2010. An abbreviated version, but focusing on music involving the letter M. Malawi, Mbira, Mauritania, Morocco, Malawi, Madagascar, Mozambique, Mento, Merengue, Mambo, Mbalax, Marvelous! With guest host Maurice. Featuring songs by Mbira Musicians and Kevin Volans Ensemble- Mhuri Yekwa Muchena
Moulay Abdellah Ben Hussaine- Moulay Brahim
Moudou Ould Mattala- Oh Ma Mere Leila
Etoile De Dakar- Hombre Misteriosoy
Monty Reynolds- Me Dog Can't Bark
The Minotaurs- Caught In the Light
Mario Hernandez- Merengue Moderno
Bene More- Locas Por El Mambo

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Pan African Hour: Crazy Canucks

Pan African Hour episode from December 1st, 2010. Featuring an (almost) all Canadian cast! It's the first time we've done that... We plumbed the depths of CBC radio 3 and found a bunch of artist we've never heard of (and probably you haven't either). Including music by The Checkmates- Disco Groove
The Souljazz Orchestra- Parasite
The Minotaurs- Caught In the Light
Ashunda- Be: Mindful
Aram Scaram feat. Len Bowen & Grand Analog- Runaway
Tumi and the Volume- Asinamali
Afrokyou- Consuelo
Adonis Puentes- Comerciante
The Souljazz Orchestra- Mista President
Afrodizz- Propaganda

Pan African Hour: Fela Kuti Documentrary Pt. 2

Pan African Hour episode from November 24th, 2010. Featuring the 2nd and 3rd installments of Wuji Jacobs Afrobeat Radio documentary 'Fela Kuti: High Priest of Afrobeat- A Felabration Radio Special', tracing the life and influence of Nigerian afrobeat pioneer, activist and all-around wild child Fela Anikulapo Kuti. Including some picks by us: K'Naan & J. Period- Who Is Fela Anikulapo Kuti?
K'Naan & J. Period- Let Me Introduce Me
Fela Kuti- Buy Africa

Saturday, December 4, 2010

Eat My Country: Given' Er

Episode of Eat My Country from December 1st, 2010. Music and songs all about goin out a workin hard. Plan B: to keep on given' er. Songs about jobs and shifts. Workin hard and hardly workin. Gettin the job done. Gettin paid for workin and figurin out ways to get paid without workin. Featuring The Sadies- Dyin' Is Easy
Corb Lund Band- Roughest Neck Around
Fred Eaglesmith- Chain Gang
Billy Bragg- Farm Boy
The Unsettlers- Out Of Nails
Smithsonian Folkways- Carettiera- Wagon Driver's Song
Olenka & The Autumn Lovers- Iron Pump
Bill Cornett- Old Age Pension Blues
The Grass Mountain Hobos- Scrape the Paint
Dink Roberts- High Sheriff
Jimmie Strothers- I Used To Work On A Tractor
Tzo'kam- Gathering Song
Guitar Welch, Hogman Maxey & Andy Mosely- Take This Hammer
Agnostic Mountain Gospel Choir- Neighborhood Butcher
Lucious Curtis- Payday
Demon's Claws- For A Buck Or Two
The Sadies- Cut Corners

Saturday, November 27, 2010

HHSOPB: TurnitUp in the House

Originally aired July 18th, 2010 on Cjsr fm 88.5 in Edmonton. Spooky Luk and special guest Dj TurnItUp holdin' it down since Ranking B was MIA. A healthy mix on this weeks show with tracks from England, Greece, France, Czech Republic, Austria and more. Its like a global hip hop smorgasbord, so dig in.

HHSOPB: Amandla!

Originally aired July 11th 2010, on CJSR fm 88.5 in Edmonton, AB. It's been a long time since I got one of these up on the blog, sorry for the delay. I was charged with being technologically impaired, and forced to surrender my license until fully educated on how to use the internet properly. This show is a special all South African showcase, with a wide variety of the different flavours and era's of Hip Hop in Azania. So grab yaself a bunny chow, and a bit of durban poison and just chill out ya ting to some mad beats.

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Eat My Country: Newzies

November 24th, 2010 episode of Eat My Country. Alberta Bertha is away and the boys will play... all types of new tracks! A diverse selection of music we haven't played before on our little show, highlighting new Canadian acts. Featuring The Sadies Dyin' Is Easy
Lhasa De Sela Fool's Gold
Dakha Brakha Ivana Kupala
Gun Club Tribute Banjeer
Lhasa De Sela Love Came Here
Agnostic Mountain Gospel Choir Oh Sorrow
Olenka & The Autumn Lovers Odessa
Billy Bragg I Almost Killed You
Washboard Hank Playin' In the Woodpile
Gun Club Tribute Skippy
Nathan Key Principles
Lhasa De Sela 1001 Nights
Dakha Brakha Tataryn Bratko
Agnostic Mountain Gospel Choir Go Back Home
Olenka & The Autumn Lovers Ballad Of Lonely Bear

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Eat My Country: Latin Ladies

November 17th, 2010 episode of Eat My Country. Focusing on the music of Latin Ladies, in the widest sense. We play Spanish, French, Italian and what we thought was Romanian women singing their hearts out. Featuring The Sadies Dyin' Is Easy
Rebekah Del Rio Llorando
Lydia Mendoza Mal Hombre
Lhasa De Cara A La Pared
Csokolom Medved Na Lancu
Lydia Mendoza Sugue Adelante
Lhasa Abro La Ventana
Cleoma Falcon Mon Coeur T'appelle
Lhasa La Celestina
Lydia Mendoza Palida Luna
Smithsonian Folkways Ninna Ninna
Lhasa Con Toda Palabra
Ruth Rubin Tonts Tons
Lhasa El Desierto

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Fela Kuti Radio Documentary Part 1 (Nov 17, 2010)

Fela Kuti created, along with Tony Allen, the style known as Afro-beat, that style most beloved of DJ This Guy and DJ That Guy. Kuti and Allen created Afro-beat through a fusion of jazz, highlife, Nigerian folk music, soul and funk. We play some early, 60s Fela tracks, showing the roots of Afro-beat prior to its full development in the 70s. At the end of the episode we play Part 1 of a documentary produced by Wuyi Jacobs of Afrobeat Radio, which features a variety of illuminating interviews revealing the life of this musical giant. Parts 2 and 3 of this documentary will be featured on the next episode!

The Pan-African Hour: The Letter T (Nov 10, 2010)

T stands for Tanzania, taarab, Touareg, Togo, and Trinidad! Explore these T-related themes with your favorite Afro-obsessed DJs.
K'Naan and J Period - T.I.A.
Pancras Mkwawa & Anselm P. Mkwawa - Tukhongine Tulauya
Mbaraka Mwinshehe & The Morogoro Jazz Band - Tutakuja Kugombana
Matano Juma - Yaatika
Ikhwani Safaa Musical Club - Vingaravyo Vyote Si Dhahabu
Sonia M'barek - Mihtara Bein Ithnein
Amral's Trinidad Cavaliers Steel Orchestra - 90% of Me Is You
Small Island Pride - Taxi Driver
Tartit - Tihar Bayatin
Tinariwen - Toumast
Akofa Akoussah - Maboule

Monday, November 15, 2010

Eat My County: I and I

November 10th, 2010 episode of Eat My Country. Having recently converted to Rastafarianism, the show is all about I and I. Focusing on the first person pronoun, this time it`s personal.
Featuring: The Sadies Dyin' Is Easy
Allan Mills I's The B'y
Corb Lund I've Been Needin'
Jimmie Strothers I Used To Work On A Tractor
Doc Watson w/ Clarence Ashley I'm Going Back to Jericho
Gillian Welch & David Rawlings I Want To Sing That Rock And Roll
Fred Eaglesmith and the Flat head noodlers I Shot Your Dog
Black Ace I Am the Black Ace
Clifton Chenier I'm On A Wonder
Willy Rafus And Work Gang I Got A Hurtin' In My Right Side
Fred Eaglesmith I Would
Mark Sultan I Get Nothin From My Girl
Hasil Adkins I'm Happy
Woods I Was Gone
Neko Case I'm An Animal
Bongo Joe I Wish I Could Sing

Eat My Country: Grab Bag

November 3, 2010 episode of Eat My Country. A post-Halloween, grab bag. This episode is all over the neighborhood, with all types of goodies and sweets. We didn't get much sleep so we're a bit spooky...
The Sadies Dyin' Is Easy
Leonard Cohen The Partisan
Corb Lund Student Visas
Woody Guthrie Hang Knot
Bob Dylan See that my grave is kept clean
Valdymir Vysotsky Cherniye Boshlati
Carolina Chocolate Drops Your Baby Ain't Sweet Like Mine
Buell Kazee The Lady Gay
Fred Eaglesmith and the Flat head noodlers Dixie Mountain
The Chapin Sisters Digging A Hole
Paul Piche Ou Sont Elles
Bruce Springsteen State Trooper
Roy Orbison Running Scared
Chris Issak Unhapppiness
King Khan and BBQ Baby Why Don't you lie

Eat My Country: P is for...

October 27th, 2010 episode of Eat My Country. It's alphabet soup day! Focusing on the letter P.
Featuring:The Sadies Dyin' Is Easy
Joan Baez Pretty Boy Floyd
Pine Hill Haints Wayfaring Stranger
La Bottine Souriante Pinci-Pincette
Peter Davis and Group Rock in the Weary Land
Lake of Stew Pretty Sarah
Calexico Praskovia
Taraf De Haidouks Parlapapup
Shadowy Men On a Shadowy Planet Plastics For 500, Bob
Preston Frank Shake What You Got
Pete Harris Jack of Diamonds
Lightnin Hopkins Please Settle in Vietnam
Neko Case The Pharoahs
Fred Eaglesmith Pretty Girl
The Sadies Pardon Me (I've Got Someone to Kill)
Allen Prothero Pauline

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Pan-African Hour: Analog Africa (Nov 3, 2010)

The record label Analog Africa has put out a small but consistently awesome collection of albums, including a lot of afro-funk from Benin, but also chirumenga music from Zimbabwe and cumbia from Columbia. Our heroes go through the catalogue in the order that the albums were released.
K'Naan and J Period - Perception of Africa
K'Naan - T.I.A
Hallelujah Chicken Run Band - Mudzimu Ndiringe
Ouinsou Corneille and Black Santiagos - Vinon So Minsou
T.P. Orchestre Poly-Rythmo de Cotonou - Ako Ba Ho
El Rego et ses Commandos - E Nan Mian Nuku
Honore Avolonto - Na Mi Do Gbe Hue Nu
T.P. Orchestre Poly-Rythmo de Cotonou - Agnon Dekpe
Anibal Velasquez y Su Conjunto - Carruseles
Anibal Velasquez y Su Conjunto - El Pecheche

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Eat My Country: Psych Me

October 20th, 2010 episode of Eat My Country. It's a 60's psych trip out man, get into it. Featuring: The Sadies Dying is Easy
The Holy Modal Rounders Indian War Whoop
Tanya Tagaq Seemless
Incredible String Band Bridge Theme
Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band Electricity
The Unintended The Light
Douglas Dillard With Care From Someone
The Holy Modal Rounders The Second hand watch
The Sadies Locus eater
Incredible String Band Cutting The Strings
John Prine Illegal Smile
The Holy Modal Rounders Jimmy and the crash survey the universe
The Unintended Bells of War
Tanya Tagaq Uvinik
The Sadies Venison Creek
Incredible String Band Astral Plane Theme

Pan African Hour: Brazil in the 60's

October 20th, 2010 episode of the Pan African Hour. Take a trip to 1960's Brazil, from Bossa Nova, to Samba, to Tropicalia and Psychedelic, we've got it all- even a strange Brazilian guy who only speaks Portuguese! Warning! Don't take the portuguese lesson at the end! Featuring: Jorge Ben Por Causa De Voce Menina
Augustinho dos Santos Manha de Carnival
Agostinho dos Santos A Felicidade
VA Tema De Azambuja
Noriel Vilela 16 Tonelades
Noriela Vilela 16 Tonelades
Tom Ze Quero Sambal Meu Bem
Jorge Ben Comanche
Marconi Notaro Fedelidade
Grupo Arembepe Iaia
Caetano Veloso Tropicalia
Trio Mocoto Nago
Os Mutantes Ave Ghengis Khan
Rubinho e Mauro Assumpgpco Quero Companheira

Eat My Country: Little Clarence Sadie

October 13th, 2010 episode of Eat My Country. Marking the triumphant(?) return of Edmond Chuck from his hiatus around the North Country. Featuring our favorites, the Sadies and Clarence Ashley. Hooray! The Sadies Little Sadie
Doc Watson w/ Clarence Ashley Handsome Molly
The Sadies Walkin' Boss
Doc Watson w/ Clarence Ashley Rising Sun Blues
The Sadies Northumberland West
Doc Watson w/ Clarence Ashley Cumberland Gap
The Sadies Pretty Polly
Doc Watson w/ Clarence Ashley Crawdad Song
The Sadies 16 Mile Creek Breakdown
Doc Watson w/ Clarence Ashley The Coo-Coo Bird
The Sadies Tell Her Lies and Feed Her Candy
Doc Watson w/ Clarence Ashley Pretty Little Pink
The Sadies Violet and Jeffrey Lee
Doc Watson w/ Clarence Ashley Humpbacked Mule
The Sadies The Curdled Journey
Doc Watson w/ Clarence Ashley Rambling Hobo

Pan African Hour: Hard Tellin Not Knowin

The not so dramatic return of Sassafrass in the guise of a North Country bumpkin. Random stuff from the vault (I got home late, I didn't have time to come up with a wild theme. Get off my back!) Featuring Fela Kuti & Africa '70 Alu Jon Jonki Jon
Ebo Taylor Nga Nga
Joe Cuba Sextet Do You Feel It (Tu Lo Sientes)
Amadou et Mariam Welcome To Mali
Ebo Taylor Mizin
Eddie Palmieri Bilongo
Bassekou Kouyate & Ngoni Ba feat. Andra Koyate, Vieux Farka Toure Bambugu Blues
Amadou Et Mariam On Chante
The Funkees Breakthrough
The Bebusas Mr. Bull Dog

Pan Africanr Hour: South African Hip Hop

October 6th, 2010. Featuring Knaan and J Period Belly Full
DJ Fuck and MC Rad Y Front
Kuti Kult The 7th Horn
DJ Dope Jimmy Kills Us
The Constructus Corporation Brotherly Love
Ben Sharpa Trash Talkers
Sibot 12345
Markus Wormstorm Jihad on the Dancefloor
DJ Fuck and MC Rad Infinite Kif
Tykoon Suit Friday Jones (Exploited Mix)
MaxNormal.TV Eat Meat
DJ Fuck and MC Rad Drunk by Name
Sasparilla says fuck on the air! Oh my!

Pan African Hour: Guinean Dance Bands

September 29th, 2010 episode of the PAH. Featuring: Knaan and J Period Africa
Bembeya Jazz National Beyla
Keletigui and ses Tambourinis Mande
Balla et ses Balladins Diaraby
Super Boiro Band Mariama
Soumbory Jazz Nana
Syli Authentic Fabara
La Simandou de Beyla Festival

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Eat My Country: Native North American Folk Traditions

Listen to some contemporary folk music of Native North Americans (including Tuvan sounds-listen and you'll hear why!). You'll hear bassy Iirngaaq singing from Inuit groups, paired with Tuvan throat singing, along with dynamic group vocals from Cree, Salish and Navajo groups. Oh and a little bit of 'Love lift us up-Buffy Sainte-Marie', 'cause I ran out of music. If you listen closely you can hear a special guest (Jbi) breathing in the background! But if you listen too close you might have your ear drums blown out by wise ol' yokel.... real loud talker that one.
Tanya Tagaq- Sila
Tudjaat- Ah Hum Mum Ma
Tudjaat- Hum ha ba ba
Tanya Tagaq- Seemless
Tuva- Sigit Six
Nations Women Singers- Bingo Song
William Burnstick- Cree Prisoner's Song
Tzo'Kam- Women's Honor Song
Crying Woman Singers- Singer's Honor Song
Navajo-Yeibichei- talking gods song
Six Nations Women Singers- Mother Earth
Jani Lauzon- Wabakii Bezhig
Six Nations Women Singers- Ho Way Hey Yo
Tanya Tagaq- Qimiruluapik
Tuva- Domestication of Sheep to Lamb
Navajo- Corn Grinding song
Buffy Sainte-Marie- Starwalker

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Eat My Country: Romani

A two part show of Roma Folk Traditions! Whooohoooooo. The first show visits India, China, Africa, West Asia. And the second is the sounds of Eastern Europe, mostly the Balkans.

Talisman Gypsy Soul
Sid Mimoun Guafla
Bori Lliev Gadia Cocek
Toni Lordace Cantec Si Breza Ca La Fantanele
Maria Buza + Tataful Ciuleandra Piatra Piatra
Boban Makovic Ederlezi
Kal Boro Boro
Romica Puceanu Spune, Maiclita Spune
Saban Bajramovic I Bar Val Pudela
Jony Iliev & Band Godzila

Thursday, September 30, 2010

Eat My Country: Fred-ro-spective

A lover of engines, guitars, whiskey, makin' love and break'n up, hitchin' on trains, and packin' hay, Fred Eaglesmith has been putting out ablums since 80. With 18 albums under his belt and no 'best off Eaglesmith', here's a recommended listening.
Summer is Over
Pretty Girl
Do You Love Now
Some Roads
Ten Ton Chain
Gone to Long
Steel Guitar
Milly's Cafe
Ordinary Guy

Friday, September 24, 2010


Originally aired on June 27th, 2010 on Cjsr 88.5 fm in Edmonton. Ya'll best take cover cuz its all ratchets clackin' and hammers droppin'. The Uzi, the Tech, the Luger, the Glock, the Walter PPk, the Magnum and beats that buss a 'matic. Ranking B & Spooky Luk in the vault wit they gunfingas in the air

HHSOPB: Dis Town is Comin' Like a Ghost Town

Originally aired on June 13th, 2010 on CjSr 88.5 fm in Edmonton. DJ Spooky Luk & Ranking B spinnin' jams from England proper, Greece, Italy, France and much more. The end of Ethiopian Bisrat kicks off the first few minutes of the show for those of you that are in need of some Ethiopian news

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Pan-African Hour: Colours! (August 4, 2010)

Songs about colours! We did this kind of before with our show about green, red and black, but this show is more rainbow.
Burning Spear - Red, Gold & Green
Dennis Brown - Westbound Train
Boysie Grant with Eddie Brown and Calypso Clippers - Solas Market
Le Ry-Co Jazz - Blue Sugar
Mongo Santamaria - Afro Blue
Keletigui et Ses Tambourinis - Kadia Blues
I Roy - Blackman Time
Msomi and Amagugu - Emdlovana Zinkani (They are Stubborn in Greytown)
Rex Lawson and His Rivers Men - Yellow Sisi
Lilia Vera - Pajarillo Verde
Lord Composer & The Silver Seas Orchestra - Hill & Gully Ride, Mandeville Rd.

Pan-African Hour: North Africa (July 21, 2010)

Music from North Africa! Let David Lynch and Baldy One Nut guide you through music from, well, mostly Morocco and Algeria actually.
Les Orientales - Wayak
Amar El Achab - Istikhbar Zidan
Mahmoud Fadl - Masqoum
Essafi Abdelghani - Bay Bay
SOS Project - Hat
Devils Anvil - Wala Dai
Hamza El Din - Ashranda
Collectif - Bouyandi
Rachid Halihal - Kaftank Mahloul
Devils Anvil - Besaha

Monday, September 13, 2010

HHSOPB: Is that Akon I hear?

Originally aired on June 06, 2010 on Cjsr 88.5fm in Edmonton, AB. Spooky Luk & DJ Turnitup up in the booth, coolin' out to some hot beats. Some cross-continental collaborations to kick things off: Buba vs. Akon, & Damian Marley vs. Nas. Movin' on to Chile, France, and some helpful hip hop tips (?).

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Ol Favorites

Just some ol favorites of Edmon-Chuck and mine. We've played everything here on our shows before and will probably play it again... whoooohoooooooooooo!

Chris Isaak-Voodoo
United Steel Workers of Montreal-Glen Jones
The Sadies-Another Day Again
Conjunto Casino-Jinetes en el Cielo
Alan Lomax-St. James Hospital
Corb Lund-My Saddle Horse Has Died
Townes Van Zandt-St. John The Gambler
Corb Lund-No Roads Here
Alan Lomax-All The Pretty Little Horses
Clarence Ashley-Naomi Wise
Hobart Smith-Cuckoo BIrd
Bill Cornett-Pretty Polly
Leadbelly-Western Cowboy
Alan Mills Anti-Confederation Song
Lake Of Stew-Hey Bully
Washington Brown & Group-Hallelujah (lamb on the altar)

Fred Eaglesmith-I like trains
Neko Casse-Prison Girls

Eat My Country: Country Buddies

Thought country music was all just Texas Tits and John Wayne dicks? Richards that is. Listen to creamy country covers and original songs from Brazil, Japan, Romania, Cuba and beyond!

Stompin' Tom Conners-Back Yardin'
Noriel Vilela-16 Toneladas
Gnonnas Pedro-Dark as a Dungeon
Wilmouth Houdini-Blow Wind Blow
Kazyua Kosaka and the Wagon Master Wagon Master
Mme. Riviere's Hawaiians-E Mama Ea
Paulo Gaucho-Ballada De Allegrete
Lydia Mendoza-Paldia Luna
Fred Eaglesmith and the Flathead Noodlers-Mary Lane
Stompin' Tom Conners-Roll On, Saskatchewan
Jacob Hoffman & Kandal's Orchestra-Diona & Hora
Gil Dobrica-Hai Acasa
Sexteto Bolona-Te Prohibito el Cabaret
Paulo Gaucho-Canto Rosario
Unknown-Sorban Palid

Eat My Country: the who's who of trans folk

See with your ears...throw gender to the wind. Our favorites in ambiguous vocals and storytelling.
Also, an extra special LIVE in studio performance by April O'neil of the Swamp Sex Ninja Turtles.

Pairote- Tee Makhuea
Greechie WIley- The Last Kind Words
Corb Lund- Where is my soldier?
The United Steel Workers of Montreal- For Love and Your Mother\'s Sake
Ruth Rubin- Tonts, Tonts
Amedee Breaux Jolie Blonde
April Oneil- Sherlock Writes to Watson Part II
The Sadies- Milk and Scissors
Sonny Terry- Mountain Blues
Tim Buckley- Hallucinations
Bessie Jones and Group- O Death
Lulu Jackson- Careless Love
Vera Ward-Travelin' Shoes

Monday, August 30, 2010

Runny Noise- Middle Eastern Psychedelia

Rolling backwards through the world, from Poland last week to the Middle East's psychedelic leanings, with a dash of Montreal's very own Sam Shalabi. Enjoy!

Mehrpouya Soul Raga
Mogollar Uskudara Giderken
Omar Khorshid Guitar El Chark
Raed Yassin Naima
Omar Souleyman Jazeera Nights: Folk and Pop Sounds of Syria
Wadih Essafi Aandak Baharia Ya Rayess
??? Latchodrom Soundtrack
The Devil's Anvil Karkadon
Baris Manco Derule
Arif Sag Osman Pehlivan
Orhan Gehencebay Hatasiz Kul Olmaz
3 Hur-El Gonul Sabreyle Sabreyle
Troupe Majidi Essiniya
Troupe Majidi Khlili
Raed Yassin My Heart
Jerusalem in My Heart Live June 16th 2007
The Shalabi Effect Amber Pets
Shalabi Effect Harpie
Shalabi Effect Blue Sunshine

Sunday, August 22, 2010

Runny Noise- Polish Experimental

Backwards through the world, what fun! This week is Poland, Hungary, and a dash of Russia. Jazz, garage rock, electroacoustics, and some very drawn-out drone ballads courtesy of Constellation records. Tracklist is as follows:

The Band of Endless Noise You Can Hide
Mazzol and Arhythmic Perfection Andrzej
Masc Venus in Furs
One Million Bulgarians Przybywa Nas
Bom Wakacje w Rzymie Pierwszy
Anawa Stwardniej
Black Ox Orkestar Ver Tanzt?
Ewa Demarczyk Biedna Dziewczyna
Daniej Matej Satiollage
Mor Drammaz Niezano (zano)
Arkona Computerliebe
Teleecho Mars Bars
Krzysztof Komeda Czarownica
Milosc Swedzenie plazmy/zywica
Tomasz Stanko Infinitely Small
Auktyon Anabena
Black Ox Orkestar Az Vey Dem Tatn
Do Make Say Think Make
Frankie Sparo City As Might Have Been
Polmo Polpo Romeo Heart
Troupe Majidi Khoudrini


Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Runny Noise- Japanoise

Last post of this massive series. Next few shows will be a look at world music through the bleary eyes of Runny Noise. First installment: Japanese Noise, with a focus on the prolific and talented Yoshimi P We and Yamantaka Eye originally of the Boredoms. Lots of noise for you noisophiles.
Shonen Knife Public Bath
DJ Olive/Ikue Mori/Kim Gordon Stuck on Gum
Yoshimi Side B
John Zorn and Yamataka Eye Sticky Beethoven\'s Pipeline
Acid Eater Yes, Motion
Hanatarash Dub Dub Overload
Mantako Come On! Me!
Yamantaka Eye, Hanatarash, Acid Eater\'s overloud recording tech
Melt Banana Disposable Weathercock
UFO or Die MC 5 or 6
Killing Time ???
Koenji Hyakkei Quivem Vrastorr
Slow Hareruya
Tipographica ???
P.O.N. George Ni Sei #8
Merzbow Inside Looking Out
Ruins Mahavishnu Orchestra Melody
UFO or Die Kendo Machine Smokin\'
Kouhei Matsunaga Natsuyumesou
Melt Banana Pigeons in My Eyes
Boredoms Shock City
PIG Fight Boring
The Poly Shores Hentai is Too Art
Nervous System Burning White Light
Seizure Salad/Indiensoci Sleeping Buddy
Tonstartssbandht Electric Dragon Sword
Dead Wife TXT me
Wasted Widow Heroin Quest

Runny Noise- Avant Electronica

Whatever that means. The world of electronica in 2010 is so vast that to try and say something seems out of the ordinary is a bit lame. But in any case, this was an incredibly fun show to make, I hope that translates. The track listing is as follows:

Black Dice Bananas
AGF Private Birds
Throbbing Gristle AB/7A
Ariel Kalma Ba-Tu Kalma
Boards of Canada Seeya Later
Funki Porcini Robert Crumb's Natural Gait
Killing Time Skip
Identification Slinkity Sound
Tony Da Gatorra vs. Gruff Rhys Espirito Luz
Silver Apples A Pox on You
Chrome Creature Eternal
Monitor Pavillion
Skeptics Water
Thomas Brinkmann Unnamed
Depatterning Track 4
Steve Roach El Mitote
Tim Hecker Stags, Aircraft, Kings and Secretaries
Identification Roachclips
Caribou Bowls
Excepter Give me the Cave
Pan Sonic Kierto
Holzkopf Taking Shit at 98 Decibels

As per usual, I hope you enjoy it!

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Runny Noise- Outsider Music

Into the world of the off-key, comic, inane, wacky, like nothing you've ever heard before. It's a show about the stars of the world of "outsider music"- in other words, music which has not been beaten into your brains by too many radio stations. Non-commercial, experimental, sometimes hard to listen to, here are the artists that made the edge of the music world come to life:

The Residents Medicine Man
Wesley Willis My Keyboard Got Damaged
Bingo Galingo and My Robot Friend You're Out of the Computer
Luie Luie El Touchy
Legendary Stardust Cowboy Stand
Normand L'Amour La Poignee de Porte
Captain Beefheart Dachau Blues
David Liebe Heart Public Access
Ivor Cutler Go and Sit Upon the Grass
Human Skab Eat My Skabs/ Song of the Century
Ivor Cutler How Are you shut up
Normand L'Amour Le Petit Pinson
Normand L\'Amour, Davib Liebe Hart, Ivor Cutler
Dynamo Coleoptera Disco
Dennis Duck All Skate
White Noise Here Come the Fleas
Scout Niblett Landing Strip
Thoth The Herma, Scene 5: Recitation/An
The Ridiculous Trio I wanna be your dog
The Space Lady I Had Too Much to Dream Last Night
Wesley Willis Gingerbread Knocked me Out
The Residents Two Lips
Pastoralia Daddy Daughter Dance
Grimes Sardaukar Levenbrech
Pas Chic Chic Se Mirer Mare
Pompoir Going Nowhere
Fortress Otoro
Wasted Widow Skyscrape my Shapes
Grimes Rosa
Wicked Witch Erratic Behaviour


Runny Noise- Rock in Opposition

Well, folks, it's been way too long and I have been less then faithful in both posting and showing up to my radio show, but here's the long overdue past couple of months' worth of runny noise, just for you!

This post involves the show "Rock in Opposition", which includes the following tracks:

Etron Fou Leloublan Nicole
Fred Frith Cap the Knife
Henry Cow/Slapp Happy Beginning: The Long March
Miriodor Valence
Samla Mammas Manna Shouts From Embassy
Henry Cow 1/2 the Sky
Nazca Lladotoprogato
Camberwell Now Sitcom
Miriodor Jerusalem
Gong Supercotton
This Heat 24 Track Loop
Cassiber Vengeance is Dancing
The Muffins Monkey With Golden Eyes
Aksak Maboul Mooche
Miriodor Mme X
Art Bears Rats and Monkeys
Sleepytime Gorilla Museum The Widening Eye
P.O.N. Yumin #5
Six Cylindres en V Youpi
Next week- outsider music
Miriodor Reveille-Matin
Identification Is Jazz Dead?