There goes my Labor Day.
Commuting To The Big Top
OK, Throw Me On The Rack
M Surveys Her Domain
Further Than You Think
Blink And You’ll Miss It.
Everyone Loves Clowns*.
(*Not A Guarantee.)
Stand And Deliver
I will be on What’s This Called? today, on Kpsu.org at 12 Noon. I’m bringing records. We’ll see what happens. You should too.
New ideas have been planted. I just need to tend to their environment, and see how they develop.
Clearly, we all need this.
“Time to make the radio.” – Duncan DJ
I have concluded that Jon Roderick is my creative ideal.
What the hell? Someone hacked my account, and it appears that I’ve been saying nice things about Tunacan Jones all day, and occasionally liking his posts? Miss Rikki Pants: do you know anything about this?
On a very special What’s This Called?, Ricardo Wang is out of town, and DJ Victrola Vicky Mazzone) hosts as Elisa Faires & Divine Circles perform live for a discerning audience. This was an amazing performance, and you do not want to miss this. Available for stream or download.
My trigger for absolute rage is when people use the phrase, “Trigger Warning.” What does it even mean?
I don’t know how much more news & FB I can take. Humanity is crumbling all around us, and there are pictures of meals and cats surrounding it all. Welcome To The Future. Sigh.
Good People Of The Interweb-A-Tron! Do any of you have a video camera, and happens to be free and in the vicinity of Portland State University around 12 Noon this Saturday? Are you interested in donating about two hours of your time for the sake of KPSU Radio and What’s This Called? If so, please let me know as soon as possible.
At any given moment, there’s a Guided By Voices fan trying to convince someone who is not that they should be. #StopTheCycleOfAbuse #YesAllFans
Wait a minute: what if mocking Tunacan Jones somehow boosts his ego?
This song gets better with age.
Thank you Closet Radio for reminding me of the majesty of this song. http://youtu.be/ELZdCpgCKdk
I am happier now, and for longer periods of time, than I ever have been thanks to Marla Pemberton. Thanks babe.
Kiisu DataPoint-d’salyss, Joe Peg, etc.
There are many stops along The Secret True History of Rock ‘n’ Roll, and you can follow them all with this handy playlist over on The YouTubes. This playlist contains all the music that has been featured in both episodes of this series, and is a pretty fuckin’ great playlist if I don’t mind saying. The Ronettes, ELVIS PRESLEY, The Nervous PDX, Bomb the Music Industry!, Lester Bangs, The Will Bradley Orchestra, Buchanan & Goodman, The Epoxies & Unwound. More to come. Enjoy.
The Secret True History of Rock ‘n’ Roll Part II: Defending Elvis. As Miss Rikki & I sort out the format of the program, we discuss the importance of The Ronettes, Ramones, ELVIS PRESLEY, The Nervous PDX, & Bomb the Music Industry!, all while balancing that fine line between drunk and charming. Available for stream or download.
What radio station / shows / DJs had the biggest impact on your youth?
Let me know if you need to be a part of this. It is exactly as advertised. (This is unrelated to my radio program. Sort of.)