Wednesday, March 24, 2010

FFFreakout #205 (Aired on 3/25/10)

Nikki Sudden - "Black Tar"
Jerusalem & The Starbaskets - "Room 8"
The Chills - "Luck or Loveliness"
Virgin Insanity - "Don't Get Down"
Minutemen - "Political Song For Michael Jackson to Sing"
Father Murphy - "Ave Lucifer"
Brute Heart - "Demons"
Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O - " Universe of Love"
Dolly Parton - "Puppy Love"
Sparklehorse - "My Yoke is Heavy"
Pavement - "Rattled By The Rush"
Blur - "Pop Life"
Stereo Cocktail - "These Boots Are Made For Walkin"
Loretta Lynn - "High on a Mountain Top"
Flatt & Scruggs - "Foggy Mountain Breakdown"
Jurassic 5 - "Quality Control"
Tom Petty - "Spike"

As mentioned on today's show, Acid Mothers Temple will be playing at the 7th Street Entry next Wednesday (March 31st). This footage should be convincing enough:

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

FFFreakout #204 (Aired on 3/18/10)

Tim Cohen - "Haunted Hymns"
Nudge Squidfish - "The Stranger"
Ghost to Falco - "The End"
Pigeons - "Cruel Circumstance"
Brute Heart - "Talebearer"
Ramones - "Blitzkrieg Bop"
Monks - "Monk Time"
Bongwater - "Just May Be The One"
Purling Hiss - "D.U.I"
Pere Ubu - "Humor Me"
Julie Doiron - "Lovers of the World"
King Tubby meets Scientist - "Wickedest Dub"
Mike Mictlan & Lazerbeak - "Suicide Jimmy Snuffa"
Above the Tree - "Black Seahorse"
Roy Montgomery - "Something Else Again"
Pill Wonder - "Wishing Whale"
Brute Heart - "Scritch Scratch"
Julian Lynch - "Banana Jam Pt. 1"
Ramones - "Beat on the Brat"

You can check out a few more tracks from the compelling new album by the Minneapolis-based group Brute Heart at their Myspace site. Also worth checking out is the Nudge Squidfish re-issue put out on Columbus Discount Records. Here's some more recent footage of Sir Nudge:

Save those electronics!! A behind-the-scenes look at how Peaking Lights, a FFF favorite, creates those amazing sounds.

Tuesday, March 09, 2010

FFFreakout #203 (Aired on 3/11/10)

The Art Museums - "We Can't Handle It"
Joanna Newsom - "'81"
Alex Bathgate - "Glide"
Father Murphy - "So Now You Have to Choose. . ."
Mamuthones - "Ota Benga"
Edan - "Rock and Roll"
Julian Lynch - "Rivers"
The Art Museums - "Sculpture Gardens"
Sonic Youth - "Bull in the Heather"
The Everly Brothers - "Price of Love"
The Streets - "Push Things Forward"
Sparklehorse - "Someday Will Treat You Good"
Pavement - "Embassy Row"
Fastbacks - "Waterloo Street"
Cake - "Rock 'N' Roll Lifestyle"
Soul Asylum - "No Man's Land"
Sleater-Kinney - "Iron Clad"

One of the most inventive rock(ish) albums I've heard in quite some time is "...And He Told Us to Turn to the Sun" from the Italian group Father Murphy. Here's a wild video for the song "In Their Graves" from that album.