WMM Playlist from June 27, 2012

Wednesday MidDay Medley
TEN to NOON Wednesdays – Streaming at KKFI.org
90.1 FM KKFI – Kansas City Community Radio
Produced and Hosted by Mark Manning

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

The Midcoast Sound – The 90.1 FM Summer Fund Drive Show
+ The Wilders + Gorilla Theatre

1. Ghosty – “Let Me In”
from: GHOSTY / More Famouser Records / April 17, 2012
[Andrew Connor, Mike Nolte an Bill Belzer who recorded their new album, themselves, over the last couple of years w/ help from David Wetzel, Josh Adams, Jake Blanton, Konnor Ervin, Ryan Connor, Kirsten Paludan, Dan Talmadge. Pressed on vinyl and available on LP and digital download. More info at ghostysounds.com.]

[On Friday, JULY 6, at 19th & Wyandotte, from 5:00 – 11pm, GHOSTY along with: Spirit Is The Spirit, The Caves, Fullbloods, Everyday/Everynight, Cowboy Indian Bear, The Empty Spaces, and Soft Reeds, play the big The Crossroads Summer Block Party featuring live music, & food trucks: The Good You, Magical Meatball Tour, Gary’s On The Go, Nacho Express, & the Funnel Cake Truck. More info at GoldenSoundRecords.com. Ross Brown, Jerad Tomasino, & Mat Shoare join us next week.]

Regular guest co-hosts & producers of Wednesday MidDay Medley: Maria Vasquez Boyd, & Philip ‘blue owl’ Hooser, with one of KKFI’s newest volunteers: Rebecca Tasetano were our special co-hosts for the entire show.

2. Hidden Pictures – “Oldies 104.3”
from: Rainbow Records / Golden Sound Records / July, 2012
[Richard Gintowt – vocals/guitar, Michelle Sanders – vocals /glockenspiel, Cameron Hawk – drums, Erik Voeks – bass, Nate Holt – piano/keys.]

[Twice nominated for Best Pop Band by The Pitch, Hidden Pictures play a “Rainbow Records” CD release party, Fri, July 20, at 10pm at The Brick, w/ Fullbloods & Shy Boys. They play the recordBar, July 28, at 10:00 w/ Southeast Engine & Erik Voeks. More info at hiddenpicturesmusic.com]

10:09 – Pledge Break #1

10:16

3. Making Movies – “Hangover Blues”
from: Aguardiente [EP] / The Record Machine / June 2012
[The Record Machine pressed a limited number of 7 inch vinyl, 4 song EP. The digital release was June 5. More info at makingmoviesband.com]

[Making Movies play the Congress Theater in Chicago, IL, on Friday June 29. They play the Crossroads KC at Grinders, on July 6, with B-stee, Mike Scott and SpinStyles with Diverse, and Barbaric Merits with Hearts of Darkness. They play Mandalay Bay Resort, in Las Vegas, NV, July 9. And July 20 Making Movies Presents Carlos Santana’s Birthday Celebration @ Knuckleheads]

4. The Dead Girls – “She Laughed a Little”
from: 7” Single on Vinyl and Download / Rocket Heart Records / 2012 [Lawrence KS based 4-piece band. The Dead Girls (formerly Dead Girls Ruin Everything) was formed from the ashes of Ultimate Fakebook and Podstar. Guitarists/singers JoJo Longbottom and Cameron Hawk, of Podstar, combine their dual-guitar and vocal harmonies with drummer Eric Melin and bassist Nick Colby, of Ultimate Fakebook.]

5. Tiny Horse – “On The Market”
From: Midcoast Takeover / Independent / 2010
[Chris Meck and Abigail Henderson are Tiny Horse, an electric/acoustic duo from Midtown Kansas City. They also make up half of the band Atlantic Fadeout.]

[Tiny Horse will play LIVE at the recordBar, Tuesday, July 10, when they play before our special presentation of “A Story in A Song” LIVE at the recordBar. A Benefit for 90.1 FM KKFI.]

10:31 – Pledge Break #2 10:38

6. Deco Auto – “Such A Bother”
from: Single / Independent / 2012 [Steven Garcia – guitar, vocals; Tracy Flowers – bass, vocals; Michelle Bacon – drums. Recorded at Audio Cave Recording Studios with Scott Martinez.

[Deco Auto will perform live to celebrated the release of their debut EP “Past Mistakes and Hauntings” with special guests The Pedaljets, at Midwestern Musical Company, Friday, July 6, at 7:00pm]

[Deco Auto also plays an In-Store Concert at Vinyl Renaissance at 1415 West 39th Street, in KC, Friday, July 13, 2012 at 6:00pm]

10:41 – Interview with David Luby with Jimmy Calderon

David Luby, is the Founder and Artistic Director or Gorilla Theatre, he joins us today to talk about Gorilla Theatre’s 21st annual Greek Show, “The Suppliant Maidens by Aeschylus,” to be performed on the South steps of the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, this Saturday and Sunday, June 30th and July 1st, at 7:30 AM.

“The Suppliant Maidens by Aeschylus” this play is hardly ever produced outside of a rare academic production, this is the last of Aeschylus plays to be produced by Gorilla Theatre.

Live performance from Jimmy Calderon
with original music by Beau Bledsoe and musicians Pat Conway and Brad Cox.

Gorilla Theatre’s 21st annual Greek Show, “The Suppliant Maidens by Aeschylus,” to be performed on the South steps of the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, this Saturday and Sunday, June 30th and July 1st, at 7:30 AM. For more information call Gorilla Theatre Productions at: 816-510-3372 of visit: gorillatheatre.org

10:50

7. The Sexy Accident – “Under Summer Stars”
from: Ninja Ninja Fight Darth Vader / Independent / April 21, 2012
[The Sexy Accident’s new full length release, “Ninja Ninja Fight Darth Vader” os available through their website and a local independent record stores. The band’s new music video for their song “What We’d Do” is available for download at music.sexyaccident.com. All of the song’s proceeds go to charity. ]

[The Sexy Accident play The Brick, Fri, July 27 at 10pm w/Howard Iceberg, Hillary Watts Riot]

10:53 – Intro / Pledge Break #3

90.1 FM is a grassroots movement, a radio station created by the people in the village. 35 years ago those people created a not-for-profit, 501 (c) 3 organization called, The MidCoast Radio Project and for ten years volunteers worked to raise the funds to buy a signal, a tower, and create a physical station with studios and offices, to serve the community. In April of 1988, KKFI began broadcasting over the airwaves…

11:00 – Station ID

8. The Quivers – “Hip On Ya”
from: (Single) / Independent / Mar. 5, 2012
[One of 4 single releases from Terra Peal- Vocals & Bass, Todd Grantham- Keys & Vocals, Abe Haddad- Guitar & Vocals, Bernie Dugan- Drums.]

[The Quivers play with The Soft Reeds, Ghosty, and Radkey at the RecordBar, Sat, June 30, at 9:00pm]

9. The Wilders – “Ordinary People”
from: The Wilders / Free Dirt Records / June 21, 2011 [10th release from Ike Sheldon- Guitar, Lead Vocals, Betse Ellis- Fiddle, Vocals, Phil Wade- Dobro, Banjo, Mandolin, Vocals, Nate Gawron- Bass, Vocals.]

[The Wilders play Knuckleheads Sat, June 30]

11:07 – Pledge Break #4

11:15

10. The Wilders – “Things They Say About Home”
from: The Wilders / Free Dirt Records / June 21, 2011 [10th release from Ike Sheldon- Guitar, Lead Vocals, Betse Ellis- Fiddle, Vocals, Phil Wade- Dobro, Banjo, Mandolin, Vocals, Nate Gawron- Bass, Vocals. Sarah Carpenter also sings back-up on this track. On December 6, Ike and the band announced that they would be taking a hiatus in 2012, after 15 years of almost constant touring.

11:18 – Interview with Betse Ellis and Phil Wade

Betse Ellis and Phil Wade, are two of the members of the amazing KC based band, THE WILDERS who have toured all over the world, recorded 10 albums, and now…”after fifteen years , are taking a hiatus.” They’ll be performing one last time, before the break, this Saturday, June 30, at 9:00 pm, at Knuckleheads, 2715 Rochester KCMO.

The two of you have been making music together for a long time.

(Betse and Phil were in a band called The Dhurries and Ike Sheldon was in a band called The Young Johnny Carson Story.)

The Wilders won the Independent Music Award, for Best Alt.Country Album, for 2011 for “The Wilders” on Free Dirt Records.

The Wilders play their last scheduled show this Saturday, June 30, at 9:00 pm, at Knuckleheads, 2715 Rochester KCMO. More info at: knuckleheadskc.com. thewilders.us

11:28

11. The Wilders – “No. 7”
from: The Wilders / Free Dirt Records / June 21, 2011
[10th release from Ike Sheldon- Guitar, Lead Vocals, Betse Ellis- Fiddle, Vocals, Phil Wade- Dobro, Banjo, Mandolin, Vocals, Nate Gawron- Bass, Vocals]

11:30 – Pledge Break #5

11:37

The B’Dinas, Red Kate and Molly Picture Club play our Post Story Dance Party, Tuesday, July 10 at the recordBar, just after our special presentatiopn of “A Story in A Song” LIVE at the recordBar. A Benefit for 90.1 FM KKFI.

12. The B’Dinas – “That’s Not What She Said”
from: Homemade Rock and Roll [EP] / Independent / 2010
[The B’Dinas are: Katy Guillen on guitar/vocals/harmonica, Meredith McGrade on guitar/vocals, Peter Lawless on bass/vocals/saxophone, Katelyn Boone on keys/vocals/bass, Tess Jehle on drums. This year The B’Dinas released their second EP Morning Party.]

11:40

13. Red Kate – “Flirty Hips”
from: Little Red Songbook [EP] / Independent / Jan. 1, 2009
[In the review of the debut EP, The Pitch wrote, “Bassist and lead vocalist L. Ron Drunkard, (aka Shaun Saving) is a socialist activist by day, bellows like an Appalachian Roger Daltrey.” Andrew Whelan – Drums/Vocals, Brad Huhmann – Guitar]

14. Molly Picture Club – “Idears (You Don’t Dance Enough)”
from: Molly Picture Club / Independent / March 3, 2012
[KC based band featuring: Aniko Adany- vocals, synths, keys, omnichord, Matthew Hayden- drums, drum sequencing, and Michael Tipton- vocals, guitar, bass. The album was mixed and mastered by Duane Trower at Weights and Measures Soundlab here in KC. Mike Tipton was one of our first guests on WMM, in 2004, when he was part of the band Tabla Rasa.]

15. The Sleazebeats – “Goosesteppin’ Nazis”
from: The Sleazebeats / Independent / Jan. 1, 2012
[Charlie Colborne – keyboards, guitar, vocals; Bill Belzer – drums; Jeff Harshbarger – bass; Recorded at More Famouser Studios w/ Mike Nolte engineer, mixing, mastering the recordings.]

[The Sleazebeats will play The Midwest QueerFest this Saturday, June 30, 12:00pm until 10:00pm at Washington Square Park at Pershing Road and Grand Boulevard! Queer and allied performers and artists, including: Amy Farrand, Mercury Mad, Grenadina, Ab5urdum, Wick & The Tricks, Showtyme & The ShowStoppers, Baer and Ani Mal, LAZY, Sleazebeats, and She’s a Keeper. In addition there will be a zine making station, interactive exhibits on LGBTQ history with ways to get involved, a clothing swap, and a drag race.]

11:50 – Pledge Break #6

16. Noel Coward – “The Party’s Over Now”
from: Noel Coward in New York / drg / 2003 [orig. 1957]

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