Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Jesus Blood Never Failed Me Yet

My work days have become a destructive pattern of uppers and downers to get me through the hours. I come home from work achy and sore from running around like a lunatic, not wanting to do anything but mentally clock out and feel the cool mattress under my frame. My legs and feet throb and keep me up, so I take Tylenol PM which puts me out like a coma, and I wake dazed and several precious IQ points shorter than the day before. So I get a big cup of coffee on the way to work which hits me about half an hour later and for the rest of the day I am a jittery spazz, tweaking so hard I am on the verge of collapse by the time I get home, sore and exhausted, and the whole disaster starts all over again. How do I break the cycle? How to I prove to people that I work with that I am not normally this much of a hot mess? Then again who am I kidding, I drink enough coffee at brunch on Sundays to make the brunch group sit one table away from me to avoid the spittle flying from my lips.

Monday, June 28, 2010

Transitory Life

Audio Junk is another Stoopid Kar Production live every Monday on randomradioonline.net and roundtableradio.net @ 9 pm EST. The World's Worst Mixing DJ -DJ JOE INC plays a variety of music-no format- just samples variety and more tonight. The Modern Mixtape. Replays on http://kaosradioaustin.org/ every Sun 5 am - 7 am-Texas Time.

1. unknown song by Yankton College Pep Band
2. “L.S.D. Slang” from Dragnet 67
3. “Shockadelica” - Prince
4. “Outside in the Rain” - Nathan Shepherd Band
5. “Vote Please” from Zardoz
6. “I Zimbra(Remix)” - The Talking Heads
7. “Slap Er Down Agin” - Arthur Godfrey
8. “Aerobics: Physical Readiness Training - I Ran (So Far Away)” - Master Gunnery Sergeant Bill Dower
9. “Territorial Pissings” - Nirvana
10. “Why Would A Stranger Kill a Stranger” from Murder by Contract
11. “Help Me I’m In Hell” - Nine Inch Nails
12. “place built on lies” - Zardoz
13. “Empire Ants(Featuring Little Dragon)” - Gorillaz
14. sorry cuz you are working from Murder By Contract
15. “The Beginning of Memory” - Laurie Anderson
16. “Mr Brink sent me” from Murder by Contract
17. ”Untitled(Interpol Swimwear Remix)” - Interpol
18. “Down” - Noise Therapy
19. “death comes to ya” from Murder By Contract
20. “Kill People” - Excepter
21. “Inside the crystal” from Zardoz
22. “Just Melancholy” – Roy Montgomery
23. “Excerpt 8” - Afrirampo
24. “Grotesque Suspence” - Ennio Morricone
25. trailer for Murder by Proxy
26. “Strong” - Ennio Morricone
27. “Herido Da Sombras” - Ibrahim Ferrer
28. “I meant them with all my heart” - Battlestar Galactica
29. “Zed’s 7th” - from Zardoz
30. “Warmup Daily 7” - Master Gunnery SGT Bill Dower
31. “Nowheresville” - David Thomas and 2 Pale Boys
32. “To You I Bestow” - Mundy
33. “Yamasuki” - Jean Kluger and Daniel Vangarde
34. “history of LSD” from Dragnet 67
35. “Akai 47” - Bostich + Fussible
36. “LSD Party” - Dragnet 67
37. “SF is a conservative place” from Roaring City
38. “Rock and Roll Queer Bar” - Pansy Division
39. “innocent pants” from Roaring City
40. “Metteng Excuske v1.2” - Squarepusher
41. “Yip Yip Martians” on Sesame Street
42. “Perforated” – Sightings
43. “never seen” from Shutter Island
44. “Party” - The Collins Kids
45. “You've Got a Friend In Me (Para el Buzz Español)” - Gipsy Kings
46. “Come in Dr Benson” - Invisibl Skratch Piklz
47. “Ravers Suck Our Sound” - La Funk Mob
48. “blind nudists” from Perversion for Profit
49. “1997” - Water’s Edge
50. trailer for James Tont from Alamo Drafthouse
51. "More Human Than Human" - White Zombie

Friday, June 25, 2010


Sat 26: 3-cl
Sun 27: 2-cl
Mon 28: 9-11am
Wed 30: 10-6
Fri 2: 10-5
Mon 5: 11-5
Tue 6: 11-2:30
Wed 7: 11-5
Thur 8: 11-3
Sat 10: 4-cl

Fred Anderson, 1929-2010

First 20 tracks on my iTunes thinking about devoting my afternoon listening to Dark Day + Live In Verona and The Village Green Preservation Society.

1. "Let's Get Rid Of NY" - Randoms
2. "Wise Up! Sucker" - Pop Will Eat Itself
3. "What Does Your Soul Look Like (p1)" - DJ Shadow
4. "Reich: Electric Counterpoint - 1. Fast" - Pat Metheny
5. "Cyclops" - Buzzard
6. "The Killer" - Big Youth
7. "Do You Got Skills" - The 524
8. "Midnight Cowboy" - Cows
9. "Rawhide" - Link Wray
10. "Sunshine Of Your Love" - Fudge Tunnel
11. "Raining Twilight Coast" - Robyn Hitchcock
12. "Stupify" - Disturbed
13. "Asian Hooker" - Steel Panther
14. "Teenage Lust" - MC5
15. "Hello Teenage America" - Meat Beat Manifesto
16. "What A Woman Really Means" - Donny Hathaway
17. "96 Degrees In The Shade" - Third World
18. "Spelling Bee" - Meryn Cadell
19. "Ease My Mind" - Arrested Development
20. "Babylonian Gorgon" - The Bags

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Pete Quaife, 1943-2010

And Don't Forget The Pointy Boots

Eh, meh, feh.... yeah, maybe I'll go see Southern Culture On The Skids tomorrow night at the Jewish Mother. Heck at this rate it might be the last time I see anything at Jewmom's before that whole corner gets bulldozed. I'd heard rumor that when Elizabeth Taylor was married to John Warner see choked on a chicken bone at that restaurant, which John Belushi soon satirized on the Weekend Update segment of Saturday Night Live. And you used to be able to write and draw on the walls in crayons until they tore all that down. I had drawn a fist-sized picture of one of my cartoon characters in the far corner of one end of the dining room years ago. And I met Fred Wesley, Peewee Ellis, and Maceo Parker up in the attic of that place some fifteen years ago. Anyway, it's all getting knocked down soon, making room for more Yuppie fare, no doubt. But I had practically written off the show until I got an email from Rose asking me if I was going to be there, and I figure well, it may be my last time. Plus I haven't seen the Skids in an even longer amount of time. Looks like Erin's gonna be there, too. I remember when the band was staying at her apartment upstairs from mine and they threw her cat off the fire escape. I guess that means bygones are bygones!

Enjoy a little southern culture. Beehive hairdos and Mexican wrestlers. Washboards, camel-walking, and too much pork for just one fork.

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Play It All Night Long

Audio Junk is another Stoopid Kar Production live every Monday on randomradioonline.net and roundtableradio.net @ 9 pm EST. The World's Worst Mixing DJ -DJ JOE INC plays a variety of music-no format- just samples variety and more tonight. The Modern Mixtape. Replays on http://kaosradioaustin.org/ every Sun 5 am - 7 am-Texas Time.

1. opening for Zardoz
2. “Carpenter’s Wonderwall” - Go Home Productions
3. “I Just Love Goodies” from The Groovey Ghoulies
4. “Growing A Big Banana” – Henry Threadgill
5. “Please Blow” from World Cup 2010
6. “All is Just a Matter of Time” - Friendship Connection
7. “Barbwire and Barking Dogs” from Cheers
8. menu from Shutter Island DVD
9. “Lowride” - Autechre
10. “we’re gonna stop the oil” - Obama
11. “Midnight Cowboy” - The Cows
12. “Chinese Radiation” - Pere Ubu
13. “put that pie down” from Curb Your Enthusiasm
14. “Baboon Boogie” - Jimmy Murphy
15. “How have you come to be here” from Zardoz
16. “Raspberry Beret” – Hindu Love Gods
17. “ never run from a fight”- from Shutter Island
18. “Zardoz speaks to You” - Zardoz
19. “ Computer World” - Kraftwerk
20. “love their moment of death “ from Kraftwerk
21. “Westside” - TQ
22. “Baserock Babies” - Beeda Weeda
23. “ahscuze me” from Last Comic Standing
24. “Melodies and Memories–Side One” - Ant 2
5. “Music Time” - Dominique Young Unique
26. ‘The Penis is Evil” from Zardoz
27. “Rock You Like A Hurricane” - Scorpions
28. “Officer Krupke”
29. “Isolate the signal” from Battlestar Galactica
30. “Contemplating Jazz” - Attica Blues
31. “Seems like only yesterday” from Bachelor Party
32. “Blood Tide (Regis Mix)” - Female
33. “you waving the flag at me” – Richard Widmark from Pickup on South Street
34. “People Hold ON” - Earl Flint
35. “Man Enough to Take A Life” - MenaceIISociety
36. “Playing to An Audience of One” - David Soul ( incomplete)
37. “Impetus” - Clutch
38. Lowell The Hammer Stanley
39. “Weakling”-The Swans

Monday, June 21, 2010

Garry Shider, 1953-2010

R.I.P. Diaperman

Friday, June 18, 2010

Crazy From The Heat

The Friday Five:

1. Is your favorite beach at the lake or ocean?
I suppose if I think hard enough back the only non-ocean beach that I have ever been to was a lake out in Ferrum, Virginia back when I was in college. It was a hot spring day and a bunch of us drove up to the lake in the mountains, with a small sandy beach and a beautiful lake with an anchored raft out on the center. Being that it was still technically spring the icy mountains were still melting from the winter and the water was colder than any that I ever experienced, and most of us only managed to wade out up to our knees before we scampered squealing back to shore. One girl swam all the way out to the raft and back, and we all declared her nuts. It was beautiful, though, and I would love to go back sometime. Preferably in the summer this time around.

2. Do you wear a life jacket when you go swimming?
Nope. I'm a damn good swimmer. And I come equipped with my own flotation devices. ;)

3. Do you enjoy water sports, such as skiing and boating?
Tried water skiing years ago, but just didn't take to it. I've been on fishing boats, small catamarans, etc. but I always had the most fun on speed boats. As a kid I used to spend summer weekends at my then-best friend's family cottage on the Currituck sound in North Carolina, and her father would take us out in his motor boat with she and I sitting right up front while we got bounced around at top speeds.

4. Do you ever think about the animals that live in the water when you are swimming?
All the time. In Currituck we always had to be on constant lookout for cottonmouths while we swam. The beaches at Hilton Head Island were always alive with fish darting between your legs, and starfish and sand dollars underneath your feet. And once in the shallow waters of the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Acapulco I found what looked to be this bizarre purple sea mushroom with a large bulb at the end of its root that still wigs me out just remembering it.

5. Do you like to just lay in the sun or do you want to play in the water as well?
Relieved to say that I haven't sunbathed since the 80's, so here's to hoping I haven't done too much damage to my skin since my teenage years. My mother is already getting little cancerous tumors taken off her skin from the years of suntanning that she used to do in just our backyard alone. But my mother also does not know how to swim so she has always kept on the beach towel on summer vacations anyway. Part of the reason why she was so determined that both her children know how to swim so we would never fear the water they way she does. And I love the water. Part of the Pisces in me, I reckon.

Life Among Them

AMC has released the first photo of actor Andrew Lincoln as small town Kentucky police officer Rick Grimes in their soon-to-be dramatic series of The Walking Dead, which as an avid reader of the comic book I am more excited about than anything else coming up television-wise in a long while. Which is saying something.

The series is harrowing, and more than a little depressing, and at times I can barely read certain scenes over again after the first time around. But given the unrealistic scenario of a small band of people living and surviving in a nation overrun with flesh-eating zombies they have handled the material in a way that can only be as realistic as one can go with considering the circumstances. And here's to hoping that AMC follows suit, with The Mist and Shawshank Redemption director Frank Darabont behind the camera, and writer and producer of The Shield Charles H. Eglee as well. I guess we'll wait and see.

Wednesday, June 16, 2010


Thur 17: 12-2
Fri 18: 4:30-cl
Sat 19: 10-4
Sun 20: 1-cl
Mon 21: 9-11am
Tue 22: 12-2
Fri 25: 10-5
Sat 26: 3-cl

Woman With The Devil's Mark

First 20 tracks on my iTunes getting ready to wash off my (Malin+Goetz) detox face mask (greatest shit ever made, I tell ya...)

1. "Down Down Down" - Gibb Droll Band
2. "Straighten It Out" - Pete Rock & CL Smooth
3. "In Trane's Name" - Frank Lowe
4. "Miss Heather Rosemary Sewell" - Bert Jansch
5. "Love Ridden" - Fiona Apple
6. "Visions Of Paradise" - Benny Johnson
7. "Red Hot Mama" - Parliament
8. "Mr. Me Too" - Clipse featuring Pharrell
9. "The Cypher Pt. Iii" - Frankie Cutlass
10. "Blue Suede Schubert" - The Rutles
11. "Hop Skip & Jump" - Collins Kids
12. "Start Rockin'" - Anti-Loop
13. "Groovy People" - Satan And Adam
14. "It's So Easy" - Willie DeVille
15. "Great DJ (IDC Rerub)" - The Ting Tings
16. "Take Me Home" - Malik Pendelton
17. "Now You Die" - Zeke
18. "Open Your Mind" - EL Nuevo Swing
19. "Pride & Joy Rock" - Big Youth
20. "Welcome To Jamrock" - Damian Marley

After pic: SPIC 'N SPAN!

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Al Williamson, 1931-2010

Git Your James Brown On!

Monday, June 14, 2010

All The Things You Are

Audio Junk is another Stoopid Kar Production live every Monday on randomradioonline.net and roundtableradio.net @ 9 pm EST. The World's Worst Mixing DJ -DJ JOE INC plays a variety of music-no format- just samples variety and more tonight. The Modern Mixtape. Replays on http://kaosradioaustin.org/ every Sun 5 am - 7 am-Texas Time.

1. “Skinnydipping” – Cheryl Ladd
2. “Hot Body Rub” - Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti
3. Zamfir Pan Flute Commercial
4. “Hardcore Orientale” – Elephant 9
5. clip from Mean Johnny Barrow
6. “Cassandra Geminni: B. Plant A Nail In The Navel Stream” - The Mars Volta
7. theme for Return to The Planet of Apes (70s cartoon)
8. “(Don’t Worry) If There’s A Hell Below” - Curtis Mayfield
9. “L.A. Grey” from Black Streetfighter
10. “Monster Cookbook” - The Groovy Ghoulies
11. “The Tweek” - Meat Beat Manifesto
12. “Smoke on The Water” - Señor Coconut And His Orchestra
13. “who’s in charge” from Battlestar Galactica
14. “I’d Rather Be The Devil” - Otis Spann
15. “Cosmic Slop” - Funkadelic
16. “you squashed the spirit” from Curb Your Enthusiasm
17. theme from Bitch
18. “Move and Shake Your Body” - Squirmin Herman
19. “thieves want things” from Curb Your Enthusiasm
20. opening sequence from Black Streetfighter
21. “She’s in Parties” – Bauhaus
22. “ The City Sleeps” - MC 900 Foot Jesus with DJ Zero
23. Penis Party from PCU
24. “Sucker” - Self
25. “Solitude is Bliss” - Tame Impala
26. “Zurich is Stained” - Pavement
27. trailer for Mind Warp from Alamo Drafthouse DVD Vol 5
28. “Curiosity 8+1” – eMe
29. “California analog dream xxx” - Vondelpark
30. “Superfast Jellyfish” - The Gorillaz
31. “Music” - D-Train
32. the opening for the Final Comedown
33. “Call Girl” – Daze
34. Audio Junk vs the year 2000
35. “Work N Play” - The Zombies

Friday, June 11, 2010


Sat 12: 9-2
Mon 14: 9-11am
Wed 16: 9-2
Thur 17: 12-2
Fri 18: 4:30-cl
Sat 19: 10-4

Thursday, June 10, 2010

It's Life Jim, But Not As We Know It

Doctor Demento ends his 40 year old radio show. But you can still hear his weekly podcast, provided that you sign up for his online website club.

Money squabbles aside, it's interesting what they seem to say that novelty records don't really exist anymore, or at least not in the way that they once did even as recently as twenty years ago. Is it that there is so much irony in modern pop these days that novelty songs no longer even function as a specific genre anymore? Nonetheless, Doctor Demento was how I often spent many of my Saturday nights back in high school when WNOR ran it around midnight-ish or so and I would I would set my tape deck on record to tape the show to pick out songs that I wanted to keep. One of the biggest chills I ever received involved a show back in the early 90's where he paid tribute to Spike Jones and I had taped the whole show while I was out that night, and the next evening I drove out to North Carolina listening listening to the tape in my car while he played the rarest Spike Jones record out there -- "Running Wild", a song so rare that he could only play half of it because it was the flipside to another more popular hit and it used to be in a jukebox which made half the disk too scratched. Hearing rare music has always has always cast a strange, pagan magick over my body and that one absolutely terrified me, shaking alone in a car out on a lonely country road at night. Even if it was Spike Jones. Maybe, especially because it was Spike Jones. And you'd only hear something like that on Doctor Demento's show, who possesses one of the largest record collections in the entire world.

And although none of my local affiliates have carried his program in ages, it still breaks my heart knowing that he's not out there on free radio anymore. But hey, 40 years is a long run. And the man introduced us to Weird Al Yankovic, which I suppose is a mixed blessing depending on how you look at it.

So in honor of the good doctor, here's "Star Trekkin". Years ago some friends of mine used to sit around in the living room doing whippits while listening to Doctor Demento on the radio and singing along to this song and rolling on the floor laughing their asses off, and ever since then that's all I can picture them doing every time I hear this. Bon voyage, Barret.

Wednesday, June 09, 2010

I Think Up Demons

I haven't seen the movie Splice yet, and still not sure if I ever will. And though I was careful not to really read any reviews I have stumbled upon various critiques from friends who have seen it, as well as their links to others who agree with them, and... well, I guess there is somewhat of a shocking third act that has thrown a few people for a loop and distressed them to some degree. That a science fiction film would stoop to something so exploitational. Yet what they describe is a common trope of the horror genre, and it got me thinking: One, is Splice a sci-fi or horror film? And two, do we hold science fiction to different guidelines and expectations than we do horror?

When I first saw the trailers for Splice I envisioned it as a horror film, of the Frankenstein-type story trajectory. Then I thought about that even more and remembered that Frankenstein is part of that sci-fi/horror crossover genre to begin with, or in other words, cerebral horror, spooks with smarts. The way that Invasion Of The Body Snatchers was a Cold War allegory for Communist infiltration, or that Alien actually had a strong, smart, beautiful woman that actually outlives every other character on the ship -- the type that would normally go first (after the cartoonishly weak-kneed, terrified African-American, of course) in most horror films of times gone by. Because horror has had a long tradition of people going in expecting chills and thrills, but under certain guidelines. The same said for sci-fi, being more of a thinking man's genre, and getting nitpicked to death if any kind of plot hole or leaps in scientific credibility are being foisted upon the fans.

So do we expect more out of sci-fi than we do with horror? Are we more disappointed in the failure of a sci-fi film not living up to its potential then we would be if a horror movie didn't scare us enough? Because if Splice is a horror movie, then it seems to have done its job to disturb, even if it resorted to the same tired tropes of the horror genre. But if it's a sci-fi horror film, I suppose we expect more out of it, and maybe we should. And again, I am saying that as somebody who still hasn't seen the film.

So does that mean we should also expect the same lofty aspirations in the horror genre as well? When The Blair Witch Project came out, a new take on the old prototype, there were a lot of people who felt ripped off by not seeing any real violence, or blood, or torture, or even a witch for that matter. Of course folks went in buying into the internet hype of something truly different and terrifying, but what they were expecting I'm not quite sure. Maybe they weren't sure either. But for me it begs the question that if sci-fi fans go into the theater expecting something expansive and new, do horror fans go to the movies expecting to see... exactly what they are expecting? Of course not all of them must feel this way. But it's been my experience that many horror fans that I talk to every day at work like a new twist on the same set-up, though usually it's provided that they are still getting their money shot. Horror is, in many ways, like porn, where we love seeing new naked girls in new sexual scenarios. But ultimately, we still wanna see them get screwed, and if we don't then we're the ones getting screwed.

Anyway, I'm thinking a lot about this today. I may stop by my store and talk to a few of the folks there and get their opinions. If you are reading this, I would like yours as well.

He Sells Sanctuary

A shirtless evening with Glenn Danzig in his personal library, by the flickering reflection of his, uh... ok, let's say koi pond.

Tuesday, June 08, 2010

Houston We Have Cornercandle

A very late Mike and a very exasperated Alvin at The Lobscouser in Portsmouth last night.

First 20 track on my iTunes trying to limit myself to only half a slice of cheesecake since I shared a "Drunken Monkey" with Al during dinner last night.

1. "Bring It On Down To Me (Part 1)" - Bobby Franklin's Insanity
2. "Beautiful Life" - Gui Boratto
3. "Searching (Pleading For Love)" - Duke Ellington
4. "Say You Love Me" - Fleetwood Mac
5. "Torn" - Natalie Imbruglia
6. "Tears Run Rings" - Marc Almond
7. "Last Train To Clarksville" - The Monkees
8. "Slow Down" - Larry Williams
9. "And So It Begins" - Sworn Amongst
10. "Penetration" - Haujobb
11. "Nicky's Sister" - Flour
12. "Message In A Bottle" - The Police
13. "Planet Telex" - Radiohead
14. "Skinz (featuring Grand Puba)" - Pete Rock & CL Smooth
15. "Who Stole My Last Piece Of Chicken?" - Organized Konfusion
16. "Twilight Zone" - Golden Earring
17. "Yeah Yeah" - Black Rock
18. "We're Desperate" - X
19. "Lost My Senses" - Self
20. "The Motor Booty Affair" - Parliament

Monday, June 07, 2010

Me And The Girl Upstairs

Audio Junk is another Stoopid Kar Production live every Monday on randomradioonline.net and roundtableradio.net @ 9 pm EST. The World's Worst Mixing DJ -DJ JOE INC plays a variety of music-no format- just samples variety and more tonight. The Modern Mixtape. Replays on http://kaosradioaustin.org/ every Sun 5 am - 7 am-Texas Time.

1. “Verona” - Bob James
2. “The Star of the Story” - Heatwave
3. “oil continues to spread” - Anderson Cooper
4. “Soul Travelin” - Gary Byrd
5. “let’s go organ” from NHL 2010
6. “Sine of the Dub” - Kode 9 & Space Ape
7. “cylon chip on his shoulder” - Battlestar Galactica
8. “Wanna Be Your Lover (White Girl Lust's Solid Bump Beat)” - Prince
9. “I will hit” from Battlestar Galactica
10. “It Is Not Meant to Be” - Tame Impala
11. “go in the front door” from Rio Bravo
12. “Hurricane J” - The Hold Steady
13. “you wear those I will arrest you” from Rio Bravo
14. “I Can't Give Give Back The Love I Feel For You” - Rita Wright
15. “lesbian” from Perversion for Profit
16. “Late Night Operation feat. Theophilus London (Remix)” - Letherette
17. “female breasts” from Perversion for Profit
18. “Make You Mine” - Breakbot
19. “blind nudists” from Perversion for Profit
20. “Love Resurrection” - Alison Moyet
21. “worship of the Whip” from Perversion for Profit
22. “A Juicy Intro (Ha! Yes Remix)” - Notorious BIG + the xx
23. “share with you” from 20000 Leagues Under The Sea
24. “!!!” - AM/FM
25. “All Nemo” from 20000 Leagues Under the Sea
26. “Born Under A Bad Sign” - Albert King
27. “Get Along” – Dean Martin/Ricky Nelson/Stumpy from Rio Bravo
28. “Elvis on the radio, Steel Guitar in My Soul” - The KLF
29. “harmonix of death” - OmegaJackson
30. “NO Kills to My Credit” from Perversion for Profit
31. “Nemrut Dagi” - Korekyojin
32. “Bitches Brew” - Miles Davis
33. “Extreme spiked heel” from Perversion for Profit
34. “Velvet Von Black” from El Superbeasto
35. “will pervert” from Perversion for Profit
36. “ crescendo”
37. “Don’t Beg” - from Big Love
38. “I Don’t Give a” –Zeke
39. “Sex gratification” from Perversion for Profit
40. “Route 666” – Robert Downey,Jr
41. “Warm Leatherette “ – The Normal
42. “The Survivors” from La Jatee
43. “Bone Crusher” - Akrobatik
44. “Blazing Ashes” - Aurdrey Horne
45. “Fast Money” - Roy Ayers
46. “Who Do You Think You Are” - Spice Girls

Sunday, June 06, 2010

Listen To My Heartbeat

HOLY CATS! Speaking of my beloved Laurie Anderson, I FINALLY found the original video to "Sharkey's Day", which I only saw once a million years ago and it's haunted me forever. I was thinking about it obsessively this evening at work until I finally raced home and... BAM... there it was on youtube. So, YAY!

Saturday, June 05, 2010

High-Born Stealth

Lou Reed and Laurie Anderson put on a performance for dogs outside of the Sydney Opera House. Well, Laurie was there, sans Lou, but then again this whole project seems more up Anderson's alley anyway. Makes me wish I had a dog again. And I guess lived in Sydney.

Friday, June 04, 2010


Sat 5: 9-5
Sun 6: 12-cl
Mon 7: 9-11am
Tue 8: 9-11am
Fri 11: 9-4
Sat 12: 9-2

Thursday, June 03, 2010

Rue McClanahan, 1934-2010; Dorothy DeBorba, 1925-2010

Tuesday, June 01, 2010

From A Window To A Scream

Audio Junk is another Stoopid Kar Production live every Monday on randomradioonline.net and roundtableradio.net @ 9 pm EST. The World's Worst Mixing DJ -DJ JOE INC plays a variety of music-no format- just samples variety and more tonight. The Modern Mixtape. Replays on http://kaosradioaustin.org/ every Sun 5 am - 7 am-Texas Time.

1. theme from The Catwoman
2. “It’s So Good To Be Alive” - The Truthettes
3. “Onda” - Cassiano
4. “Machine Gun McCain trailer” from Alamo Drafthouse Vol 5
5. “Woman with the Devil’s Mark” - El Superbeasto
6. “Me, Not The Paper (Remix)” - Jeru The Damaja
7. Dr Evil in therapy
8. “20 HZ” - Capricorn
9. “Sex Pistols on Bill Grundy Show
10. “The Order of Death” - Public Image Limited
11. “the happiness market crashed” from Harper
12. “The Motor Booty Affair” - Parliament
13. “shrinking MFs” from Black Dynomite
14. “I Get High On You” - Sly and the Family Stone
15. “Climb into your hair” - from Thieves Highway
16. “Sly Fox” - Nas
17. “I wanna be sedated” from Big Love
18. “My 36 Favorite Punk Songs” - Jason Forrest
19. trailer for Starship Troopers
20. “over 11 million illegal” from 30 Days
21. “Sleep To Dream” - Fiona Apple
22. “Police Truck” - Dead Kennedys
23. “Got Niffin” - Spoon
24. “armed targets neutralized” from Caprica
25. “The Pretender” - The Foo Fighters
26. “Blazing Ashes” - Aurdrey Horne
27. “Nothing Special” - Local H
28. “Foxy Lady” from Cheers
29. “Stigmata Martyr “ - Bauhaus
30. “Bacchanal “ - Clutch
31. “Down In The Park” - Marilyn Manson
32. trailer for Shark Hunter
33. “Dementia Absentia (Dialectical Triangulation II)” - DJ Spooky
34. “Propechy Theme” – Brian Eno
35. “Barrel of Monkeys” from Big Love
36. “I Can’t Do My Thing” - Barbara Acklin
37. “Heaven is barking dogs” from Cheers
38. “Please Mr President” - Guitar Shorty
39. “Them Changes” - Buddy Miles
40. “Ass-raping” - The Ten
41. “Sunshine of Your Love” - Bim Skala Bim
42. “WE WERE ON A BREAK” from Friends
43. “I’ve Got To Find a Way” - Moses Dillard
44. “Colderation” - ComaR

Call of Duty Prepared Me For None Of This

Eleven minutes of some choice moments from Rifftrax's take on the 80's camp classic Red Dawn, where a group of high school friends thwart invading Russians and Cubans on American soil. And Harry Dean Stanton in need of some serious avenging.