Playlist of The Kitchen Bang Bang Law, broadcast 11 Dec 18 on CKUT FM

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First Pete Shelley set

Pete Shelley: Homosapiens (Dance Party Dub Mix) / I Don’t Know What It Is (Remixed Version) / Telephone Operator

Second Pete Shelley set

Pete Shelley: Sky Yen, part 2 (excerpt)
Sally Smmit and Her Musicians: Soundtrack of The Film Hangahar, side A (excerpt)
The Buzzcocks: Orgasm Addict (4 track demo October 1976) / Orgasm Addict (single November 1977) / Boredom / I Don’t Mind / Noise Annoys (Peel Session 10 Apr 78) / What Do I Get? / Love You More / Oh Shit! / Ever Fallen In Love (With Someone You Shouldn’t’ve) / Something’s Gone Wrong Again / Everybody’s Happy Nowadays (Peel Session 18 Oct 78) / I Don’t Know What To Do With My Life

Third Pete Shelley set

The Buzzcocks: Hollow Inside / Are Everything / I Believe
Pete Shelley: They’re Coming For You
Fine Young Cannibals: Ever Fallen In Love (Extended Version)

The Obligatory but still very fine Cancon set

The Lytics: For My People
Cozy: Hip Hoppity
Kinnie Starr: Gotta Do Something
Orkestar Kriminal: El Corrido de Juan Meneses
Josh Thorpe: A Dance Song For Mary Margaret O’Hara
Jerusalem in my Heart: Wa Ta’atalat Loughat Al Kalam, Pt. IV

Last song

Elisapie: Ton Vieux Nom

 

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Playlist of The Kitchen Bang Bang Law, broadcast 4 Dec 18 on CKUT FM

melt bananaFirst set

Kathleen Yearwood: untitled (live at Syosis III)

Second set

Emmylou Harris: One of These Days
Robyn Hitchcock: Idonia
Helena Deland: Two Queries
Ry Cooder: I Think It’s Going to Work Out Fine
Slapp Happy: Just A Conversation
Land of Talk: Playita
Angel Parra: Guitarra en duelo mayor
The Mekons: Brutal
Maude Audet: Il Fera Bleu
Dolly Mixture: Remember This (single version)
The Koobas: The First Cut is The Deepest
Orkestar Kriminal: Moyshele Stolyer
Danielle Dax: Here Come the Harvest Buns

Third set

Kate & Anna McGarrigle: Love Over and Over
The Doors: Break On Through (uncensored version)
Public Enemy: Ferocious Soul / Whole Lotta Love Goin on in The Middle of Hell
Test Dept.: Fuckhead
Not Of: Fix Don’t Fix
Bikini Kill: Rah Rah Replica (John & Stu’s May 1995)
Melt Banana: Ethar T (Peel Session 2001-03-10)
Nirvana: Mrs. Butterworth (summer 1987 band demo)
Janowskii: Treat Everybody The Same
Propagandhi: Tartuffe
Mecca Normal: Pamela Makes Waves
Jackson Browne: The Late Show
Linda Ronstadt: You’re No Good
John Cale: Judith

Last song

The Lytics: Float On – Intro / For My People

 

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2018_NYR_16720_0431_000(thomas_moran_moonlit_shipwreck_at_sea)Reading about Anne Waldman’s insomnia, in poem. Snatches of Elvis Costello running obsessively through my sleeplessness, “So you can cross her off your list.” Images of anticipated futures. Frankenstorm Sandy wreaks havoc, the Bounty is lost at sea. Is it Walter Benjamin’s fault, or is it the fault of the CKUT funding drive, or is it the power of Waldmanian suggestion that I toss and I turn tonight? Stood at the bus stop in front of the Y on Parc and watched the racing storm clouds obscure and reveal the glorious full moon face as if through smokey scrims of muslin. Better, but only at the outermost edge of illness, not yet back in the ‘pink’ of health. Anxiety buys books. Anne, I think we lose much sleep in our attempts to twist ourselves around like pretzels – yes, chocolate-coated mini pretzels salt-sweet on the tongue – trying to catch our own thoughts on the fly, like storm clouds, like Hugh Orr or Renée Forrestall studying their latest painting-in-progress in a mirror. The way Suzanne holds the mirror. Oh, that was a good ‘un right foot strokes left foot familiarly. The AGM sailing like a ship before a storm, and Lucia Kowaluk back in the hospital. How careless we all are, even when one of us might be slipping beneath the waves. We’ve shed our feelings so we can experience the cold of outer space – just trying it on for size, like we tried on city life, like we tried on agriculture, fire. But Thunder Bird cracked over Haida Gwai, Susan Musgrave reports. And we’re not in Kansas any more, Toto. No, terrible beauty on either coast tells its own tale – fury at our puny iron experiments and hubris and “pride and pity”.

– 30 Oct 12 –

Playlist of The Kitchen Bang Bang Law, broadcast 27 Nov 18 on CKUT FM

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First set

Jessica Moss: Particles

Second set

Tavares: Bein’ With You
Fishbone: In The Name of Swing
Destiny’s Child: Survivor
Neneh Cherry: Buddy X
Thelma Houston: Don’t Leave Me This Way
Cozy: Useful
Mos Def: Fake Bonanza
Puff Daddy & The Family: Been Around The World (feat. The Notorious BIG & Mase)
Jean Grae: Fade Out
The 5th Dimension: Wedding Bell Blues
Run The Jewels: Oh My Darling Don’t Cry
New Age Steppers: My Whole World

Third set

Kyra Shaughnessy: Can You Hold Me?
Mahalia Jackson: I Will Move Up A Little Higher
Jerusalem in my Heart: Bein Ithnein (Between Two)
Elisapie: Una
Jennifer Castle: Stars of Milk
Neil Young: Perry Como Rap / New Mama (Roxy September 1971)
David Bowie / Feathers: Ching-A-Ling
Josephine Foster / Emily Dickinson: They Called Me To The Window
Mary Hopkin: Those Were The Days
P.J. Harvey: Maniac
Dogfaced Hermans: Scottish Block
Little Anthony & The Imperials: Who’s Sorry Now?

Last song

Orkestar Kriminal: Doi Doi

 

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On the southern fringes of the city
Where it touched the 401
In a giant Loblaws store
In a mall near Wonderland Road
In an aisle, facing the poultry section
Row on row of packaged thighs, breasts, legs
I chanced to look at a little old lady
As she made her choice, and reached out
And on the inside of her forearm I saw
The numbered tattoo of a death camp inmate

– 22 Nov 12 –

Playlist of The Kitchen Bang Bang Law, broadcast 20 Nov 18 on CKUT FM

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First set

Annette Peacock & Paul Bley: I Belong to a World That’s Destroying Itself / Richter Scale
Annette Peacock: Living Is A / We Are Adnate

Second set

Morwells: Education
Starhawk: Shaping consciousness at will
Morwells: Education Dub
Leslie Winer: John Says
Singers & Players: Resolution (part 2 version 2)
The Clash: 1-2 Crush On You
Mohawk Lodge: Timber
Efrim Manuel Menuck: The Lion-Daggers of Calais
Charalambides: Flying Machine
Billy Bragg: This Guitar Says Sorry (alternate version)
Elf Power: Spiral Stairs
Yoko Ono & Peaches: Kiss Kiss Kiss

Third set

Thalia Zedek Band: Of The Unknown
Josef & Erika: Shortcuts
The Minutemen: Fake Contest
Laurie Anderson: It’s Not The Bullet That Kills You, It’s The Hole (1976)
Anne Sexton: The Fury of Cocks
Cat Power: In Your Face
The Primitives: Way Behind Me (acoustic version)
Jessica Moss: Fractals – Truth no. 3
Slapp Happy: Little Something
Elisapie: Don’t Make Me Blue
St. Vincent: Savior
Bikini Kill: I Like Fucking

Last song

Kym Gouchie & Northern Sky: For The People

 

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Playlist of The Kitchen Bang Bang Law, broadcast 13 Nov 18 on CKUT FM

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First set

Tim Hecker: Keyed Out.
Efrim Manuel Menuck: Black Flags Ov Thee Holy Sonne

Second set

Front 242: Welcome 2 Paradise (extended)
Ut: Evangelist
Skin: 24 Hours
Mecca Normal: More More More
Hüsker Dü: Divide and Conquer
Gruesome Twosome: Hallucination Generation (Syametic Nightmare)
Crass: System
Faith Nolan: Black, Brown and White
Sister Breeze: Big Time Thief
Tom Waits: Step Right Up
Three O’Clock Train: Sunken Desires
Minutemen: The Product

Third set

Erin Thomas: The Four Colours of Man
The Nils: Wicked Politician
Sugarcubes: Deus (remix)
Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers: Lonely Financial Zone
10,000 Maniacs: You Happy Puppet
Fugazi: Greed
Billy Bragg: Waiting For The Great Leap Forward
Bad Brains: I and I Survive (CBGB’s 1982)
Big Audio Dynamite: The Bottom Line
Lillian Allen: Revolutionary Tea Party

Last song

Iskwe: Disturbed

 

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