#444 – October 24, 2012 Playlist

Wednesday MidDay Medley
TEN to NOON Wednesdays – Streaming at KKFI.org
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Produced and Hosted by Mark Manning

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Local & New Releases
+ Tommy Donoho of Dollar Fox

1. SSION – “My Love Grows In The Dark”
from: Bent (Bonus Track Versions) / Dovecote Records / September 18, 2012
[written by Cody Critcheloe, produced by J. Ashley Miller, this new bonus track versions release features 4 additional remixes. SSION, (pronounced “shun”) was formed in 1996, in Kansas City, by multi-talented vocalist, visual artist, musician, performance artist, music video director, Cody Critcheloe. SSION, have been known for their extravagant live shows and amazingly creative and hilarious videos. SSION has toured with Gossip, Fischerspooner, CSS, and yeah yeah yeahs. Cody Critcheloe has served as Music Video Director music videos from Santigold, CSS, Peaches, Gossip, and Tilly and the Wall. SSION is currently on tour. They played Portland last night, they;ll be in San Francisco on Thursday, L.A. on Saturday, then they go to: Arizona, Texas, New Orleans, Atlanta, DC, Baltimore and Brooklyn.]

2. The ACB’s – “Ocean”
from: single release from upcoming full length / Independent / 2012
[Konnor Ervin on lead vocals, Andrew Connor on Guitar, Bryan McGuire on Bass, Kyle Rausch on Drums. David Hudnall of The Pitch wrote, “Nobody in the city is writing sharper or more inventive melodies than Ervin, who has honed his craft the old-fashioned way: working a part-time job, living in a (crappy) apartment and practicing music all the time.” One of glimpses into their new songs came from the band’s Daytrotter Sessions, in the Horseshack studios, in Rockford, Illinois. This new song is from their new recordings and is also featured in their new music video.]

3. The Noise FM – “Best Mistake”
from: Enclave / Independent / Oct. 2, 2010
[Formed in 2005 by brothers Alex and Austin Ward, currently are based in Chicago, but their hometown is Lawrence, KS. In 2010, the band was named “Best Indie-Rock Band” by Kansas City’s The Pitch.]

[The Noise FM play The Riot Room, Fri, Oct. 26 w/ Heroes + Villains, Not A Planet, and Shadow Paint.]

[The Noise FM play The Jackpot in Lawrence, Sat, Oct. 27 w/ Spirit is The Spirit, Heartscape Landbreak, and We Are Voices.]

10:15

4. The Amazing – “Flashlight (radio edit)”
from: Gentle Stream / Subliminal Sounds – Partisan Records / June 19, 2012
[The Amazing is a collective headed by Reine Fiske of the band Dungen and singer-songwriter Christoffer Gunrup. Recorded in Stockholm, Sweden. One music writer described their music as: “elegantly constructed record of moody psychedelic majesty; it comes with a great dose of CSNY-style Laurel Canyon bliss. Between the natural melodies and soulful vocals, Gentle Stream is a feeling, an organic consequence of something that effortlessly came together.”]

5. Black Moth Super Rainbow – “Windshield Smasher”
from: Cobra Juicy / Rad Cult / October 22, 2012
[The fifth, and some say the finest, album to date from the psychedelic-electronic-experimental band from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Their distinctive sound is characterized by analog electronic instruments including the vocoder, Rhodes piano and Novatron. Little is known about the band’s members who’re are all something of an enigma, keeping their true identities hidden behind monikers like:. Tobacco, Bullsmear, The Seven Fields of Aphelion Fields. One critic described their music this way: “Imagine that disco put on a blonde wig, a denim jacket, and roller-skates; then proceeded to do a considerable quantity of acid and dance around in the abandoned roller rink in your hometown.”]

6. The Ramones – “I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend”
from: Ramones / Sire / April 23, 1976
[In early 1975 Lisa Robinson, an editor of Hit Parader and Rock Scene, saw the Ramones performing at the New York-based club CBGB. Robinson wrote about the band in several issues of the magazines she edited. Robinson contacted Danny Fields and asked him to manage the band, which he agreed to in November 1975. A Marty Thau-produced demo album was recorded at 914 Sound Studios and included “Judy Is a Punk” and “I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend” was written by their drummer, Tommy Ramone.]

[The Sonic Spectrum Tribute Series continues this Sunday, October 28, 8:00 – 11:00 with a tribute to The Ramones with Radkey, UFT! and Members of The Uzis, Hobo Zero, Pizza Party Massacre, Appropriate Grammer, Deco Auto, Latenight Callers and The Quivers.]

7. Dollar Fox – “Josephine”
from: Little Mother’s Things I Am Keeping / Money Wolf Music / Oct. 27, 2012
(Their song “Letter” on the Midwestern Audio Vol. 1 compilation)
[Recorded by Patrick Meager at Fuzz Bomb. Produced by Meger and Dollar Fox. Mastered by Duane Trower at Weights & Measures Soundlab. 7th release from Money Wolf Music. Dollar Fox is Tommy Donoho, Justin Penney, Nick Dothage, Ethan Taylor, Ryan Watkins.]

[Dollar Fox plays recordBar on Saturday, October 27 from 7:00 to 9:00 with a CD Release concert.]

10:30 – Interview with Tommy Donoho & Dollar Fox

Dollar Fox is about to release a new album, “Little Mother’s Things I Am Keeping” from Money Wolf Music. They’re playing a CD Release Show at recordBar, this Saturday, October 27 from 7:00 to 9:00 PM.

Tommy Donoho of Dollar Fox joined us on Wednesday MidDay Medley.

Dollar Fox is Tommy Donoho, Justin Penney, Nick Dothage, Ethan Taylor, Ryan Watkins.

“Little Mother’s Things I Am Keeping” was recorded by Patrick Meager at Fuzz Bomb, and produced by Meger and Dollar Fox.

Mastered by Duane Trower at Weights & Measures Soundlab.

CD Release Show at recordBar, this Saturday, October 27 from 7:00 to 9:00 PM.

Money Wolf Music is a new music label co-created by Tommy Donoho and justin Penney and has release new albums from: Hilary Watts Riot, Alacartoona, and The Rumblejets so for this year.

The new Dollar Fox release, “Little Mother’s Things I Am Keeping” from Money Wolf Music, will be released in CD Release Show at recordBar, this Saturday, October 27 from 7:00 to 9:00 PM.

10:45

8. Dollar Fox – “Keep it Straight”
from: Little Mother’s Things I Am Keeping / Money Wolf Music / Oct. 27, 2012
(Their song “Letter” on the Midwestern Audio Vol. 1 compilation)
[Recorded by Patrick Meager at Fuzz Bomb. Produced by Meger and Dollar Fox. Mastered by Duane Trower at Weights & Measures Soundlab. 7th release from Money Wolf Music. Dollar Fox is Tommy Donoho, Justin Penney, Nick Dothage, Ethan Taylor, Ryan Watkins.]

[Dollar Fox plays recordBar on Saturday, October 27 from 7:00 to 9:00 with a CD Release concert.]

10:48 – Underwriting

10:49

9. Quiet Corral – “Forest Chorus (Live Acoustic)”
from: Art House Acoustic Sessions / Independent / March 22, 2011
[6-piece band from Lawrence, Kansas, includes: lead singer Jesse Braswell Roberts, with Jim Barnes, Garrett Childers, Isaac Flynn, Matt Green, and Zach Mehla. The band mixes folk and pop elements with four-part harmonies, and electric guitars mixed with acoustic instruments.]

[Quiet Corral plays The Granda in Lawrence, Fri, Oct. 26, w/ Communist Daughter, and Sky Piper.]

10. Martha Wainwright – “Proserpina”
from: Come Home to Mama / V2 / October 16. 2012
[Daughter of Kate McGarrigle and Loudon Wainwright III. Dealing with her mothers death and the birth of her son brought to life “Come Home To Mama.” This was the last song Kate McGarrigle wrote.]

11:00

11. Super Black Market – “Dancing Drunk”
from: Super Black Market EP/ Independent / Feb. 26, 2012
[This band was formed in Warrensburg, Missouri, with Sonny Remlinger; Joseph Remlinger; Benn Blum. In Fall 2008, Bluml and the Remlinger brothers ran away from Warrensburg. They ran to L.A.]

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

[Making Movies play 10/26 Day of the Dead Party October 26 at recordBar, with DJ Brent Tactic]

13. Ross Brown – “Isn’t That Better”
from: Small Victories / Golden Sound Records / October 16, 2012
[We first met Ross Brown on our February 15, WMM. He is co founder of Golden Sound Records, lead singer of the band Fullbloods, and drummer for The Empty Spaces. Ross started playing trumpet in junior high school band and continued through high school playing euphonium, guitar and bass in jazz band, and singing in choir. Music classes were all I took from “public school” during high school. He started writing music when he picked up guitar around 12 years old. Ross went to DeSoto high school for a year and home-schooled the rest. After that I took a two-year audio engineering course at BRC Audio Productions, where he met Jerad Tomasino and everyone in Fullbloods.]

11:15

14. Sam Billen – “Hands”
from: Places / Primary Colors Collective / September 15, 2012
[From Lawrence, Kansas, In 2009, Sam Billen released Headphones & Cellphones with The Record Machine. It was his first his first solo record in 5 years since leaving Northern Records who also released his decade-long band, The Billions, who disbanded in 2008. After the break up of the Billions, Sam took some time to focus on making his own music and starting a family. Sam works full time at the University of Kansas, and started a new business, Primary Colors Music. Sam Billen & The Billions played The Middle of The Map Fest. in April 7. Sam Billen will be our guest on November 21 on WMM.]

15. Laura Spiegel – “A Folk Study”
from: The Expanding Universe / Unseen Worlds / 1980
[Chicago born composer. She has worked at Bell Laboratories, in computer graphics, and is known primarily for her electronic-music compositions and her algorithmic composition software Music Mouse. Spiegel was seen by some as a pioneer of the New York new-music scene. Spiegel’s piece “Sediment” was used in the “cornucopia scene” of the 2012 movie The Hunger Games.]

16. Marco Benevento – “Limbs on a Pine”
from: TigerFace / The Royal Potato Family / September 11, 2012
[Pianist, organist and composer from Brooklyn, New York. He has been a member of the New York jazz and experimental music scene since 1999. Benevento uses effected piano, Hammond Organ and Wurlitzer Electric Piano]

17. GRMLN – “Summer Nights”
from: Explore / Car Park Records / October 22, 2012
[The man behind GRMLN, Yoodoo Park, is only nineteen years old. Born in Kyoto, Japan and raised in Southern California, this college student makes sophisticated dream pop in a makeshift studio when he is not cutting class to go surfing. His debut EP, Explore, features jangley guitars with simple, strong vocal melodies blurred with nostalgic reverb.]

11:30 – Underwriting

11:31 – World Broadcast Premiere!!!

18. Dream Wolf – “Queen of Hell”
from: 2nd single from upcoming Dream Wolf full length release / Independent / November, 2012
[[Christian Tady – Electric Guitar, Tess Jehle – Drums, Megan Zander – Vocals, Katelyn Boone – Keyboards, Brent Jamison – Bass.]

[Dream Wolf plays recordBar, Tonight, October 24, in a single release show with Crushed Out (formerly Boom Chick) and Dan Tedesco]

19. The Hearts of Darkness – “Round And Around”
from: Shelf Life / Shipshape Records / August 25, 2012
[The 15 piece ensemble welcomed 6 additional musicians to record “Shelf Life” their 2nd full-length release, 2 years in the making. Recorded live at the Cooler Studio in Kansas City, Kansas, with Chad Meise, and mastered by Collin Jordan at the Boiler Room in Chicago, using both vintage analog and modern digital technologies. The album will be released on CD and as a limited edition collectible vinyl LP at local music stores, and also available on iTunes. Contributing musicians to “Shelf Life” include: Bob Asher – Trumpet, Sean Branagan – drums and percussion, Rachel Christia – Vocals , Andrew Ford – Trombone, Brandy Gordon – Vocals, Richard Gumbel – Rhythm and Lead Guitar, Sam Hughes – Baritone Saxophone, Les Izmore – Vocals, Pete Leibert – Bass Guitar, Jolan Smith – Tenor Saxophone and Vocals, Miko Spears – Congas, Erica Townsend – Vocals, Ken Walker – Valve Trombone, Brad Williams – drums and percussion, Hermon Mehari – Trumpet, Shawn Hansen – Alto Saxophon, Phil Keegan – Bass Guita, Chris Meck – Rhythm Guita, Josh Mobley – Keyboards, Guitar, Alex Smith – Tenor Saxophone, Mark Vick – Rhythm Guitar.]

[The Hearts of Darkness play the Heartfelt Anarchy Album Party with The Conquerors, and Mask and Glove, Sunday, October 27, 9:00 PM at the Riot Room, 4048 Broadway. (Heartfelt Anarchy is Les Izmore & D/WILL) ]

20. Dan Deacon – “True Thrush”
from: America / Domino Records / August 28, 2012
[American composer and electronic musician based out of Baltimore, Maryland. Since 2003, Deacon has released eight albums under several different labels. Deacon is renowned for his live shows, where large-scale audience participation and interaction is often a major element of the performance.]

11:45

21. HotDog Skeletons – “Coco Pie”
from: Rooted to The Spot / Independent / October 19, 2010

[HotDog Skeletons play the CREEPY CRAWL, Saturday, October 27 sponsored by Midwest Music Foundation, INK, Westport and Boulevard Beer. All money raised with go to MMF to help make the MidCoast Takeover (KC’s showcase) happen in Austin at SXSW in 2013. Midwest Music Foundation is a non-profit organization set up in order to support music and musicicians and assist with emergency healthcare situations. You can buy tix at http://www.riotroom.com. ]

1:30 Hotdog Skeletons at Riot Room
2:30 Elkheart at Riot Room
3:30 Vi Tran Band at recordBar
4:30 Molly Picture Club at recordBar

1-5pm Hoodnasty at Buzzard Beach
1-5pm DJ Clockwork at Gusto
1-5pm DJs Dallas & Jade on Riot Room patio
1-5pm DJ TBD at Union

22. Danny McGaw – “Lovers On The Mend”
from: Eccles Road / Zoe Records / October 27, 2012
[Born and raised in Northern England, Danny wrote his first song when he was 12 years old. He spent his childhood pursuing a professional football (with the feet) career. Danny left Manchester to travel at 18. His unique journey led him to Los Angeles where he recorded with the late Terry Melcher (producer of The Byrds, Taj Mahal, Ry Cooder).]

[Danny McGaw performs in a special CD Release Show, Saturday October 27, at Czar Bar, 1531 Grand Blvd KCMO at 9:00 PM]

23. David George & The Croked Mile – “I’m A Believer”
from: Going Underground [EP] / Independent / June 21, 2012
[The follow up album to David George’s 2010 “Love/Life”. 5 songs pulled from a 15 song session leading to a full length that will be released this fall.]

[David George & A Crooked Mile play live at recordBar, Monday, October 29 with Appropriate Grammar, and Til Willis.]

11:59:30

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

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