Playlist of The Kitchen Bang Bang Law, broadcast 17 Oct 17 on CKUT FM

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First set

Pink Floyd: Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Wembley Stadium 16 Nov 74)

Second set

Velvet Underground: We’re Gonna Have A Real Good Time Together (Matrix Nov. 1969)
Eugene Chadbourne: Today’s Gun Permits / Hit on a Bubble
Mecca Normal: What About the Boy (Yo Yo Festival 2001)
Dogfaced Hermans: Mary Houdini
Jale: Brother (live)
Yoko Ono: What A Mess
Elvis Costello: Stranger in the House (Peel session 23 Oct 78)
Laetitia Sadier: The Rule of the Game
Respectful Child: Time
Allen Ginsberg: Gospel Noble Truths

Third set

Pink Floyd: Paintbox
Alvvays: In the Undertow
Arthur Russell: See Through
Blue Hawai’i: Free At Last
Broadcast & The Focus Group: Royal Chant
Psychedelic Furs: Imitation of Christ (Radio One session 25 Jul 79)
Xiu Xiu: Little Panda McElroy (b)
Cold Specks: Solid
Neutral Milk Hotel: A Baby for Pree
Owen Pallett: The Phone Call
Cheer-Accident: Immanence
The Minutemen: Search
Jenny Hval: Angels and Anaemia
Fotheringay: The Way I Feel (original version)

Last song

Miriador: Portrait Robot

 

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CKUT’s 2017 annual funding drive, celebrating 30 Resounding Years of kick-ass radio, starts on October 19. I hope that you might consider pledging a few dollars to my radio show, which airs on October 24 this year.

I’m proud to have been part of CKUT FM since its inception as an FM campus-community radio station in November 1987. When CKUT launched in 1987, I was doing a show called In From The Cold, and in 1988 I had a theme program called This Show Is History. I have been on-air at CKUT every Tuesday from noon to 2 p.m. since 1995, spinning tunes and interviewing guests from the cultural communities of Montreal and beyond. I also devoted a year of my life to the CKUT library (back in the 1990s), put in a couple of years on the Steering Committee (2009-2011), and pitched in with volunteer library work (this year).

I’ve always been proud to be part of a community that isn’t about making a profit. Instead, CKUT FM is about consciousness-raising, 24/7, 365 days a year. Playing the music you love, carrying news and information you won’t hear anywhere else – on the topic of social justice, human rights, environmental activism, gender equality, you name it. We do it all on a shoestring budget, so when we come calling for your help during our funding drive, you know we really need it.

My radio show, The Kitchen Bang Bang Law, is about cutting-edge culture. It’s about dreaming beyond the barriers of cynical ‘common sense’ through radical sonic art forms, be they the working blues of the 20s or the avante garde drone of today. I program thematic segments that span all genres and styles of music, breaking down boundaries and (hopefully) opening minds.

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Playlist of The Kitchen Bang Bang Law, broadcast 10 Oct 17 on CKUT FM

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First set

Hüsker Dü: Reoccurring Dreams

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Hüsker Dü set in memory of Grant Hart

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Pink Turns to Blue
Turn on The News
Every Everything (Spin Radio Concert 28 Aug 85)
Never Talking to You Again
If I Told You (Spin Radio Concert 28 Aug 85)
Girl Who Lives on Heaven Hill
Terms of Psychic Warfare
Books About UFOs
Green Eyes
Every Everything
Don’t Want to Know if You Are Lonely
Sorry Somehow
Actual Condition
These Important Years
She Floated Away
It’s Not Funny Anymore (Montreal 14 Oct 87)

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Third set

DOA: Smash The State
Mecca Normal: More More More
No Means No: Sex Mad
Propaghandi: Things I Like
Miriador: Transit de nuit à Jakarta
Soul Jazz Orchestra: Is yeelyel
Pierre Kwenders: La La Love
Blue Hawai’i: Free At Last
Cold Specks: Wild Card
EMA: Breathalyzer
Deerhoof: Con Sordino
Cheer-Accident: More and Less

Last song

Moths and Locusts: Strange Space

 

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Playlist of The Kitchen Bang Bang Law, broadcast 3 Oct 17 on CKUT FM

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First set

Le Fruit Vert: Exposition
Flying Saucer Attack: Whole Day Song

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Second set

Pierre Kwenders: Woods of Solitude
Jenny Hval: Sabbath
Savages: Husbands (live)
Throwing Muses: Hate My Way
The Teardrop Explodes: All I Am is Loving You (7″ May 1979)
Miriador: Peinture dans le coin
Neutral Milk Hotel: Someone is Waiting
Xiu Xiu: Bunny Gamer (b)
The Minutemen: Paranoid Chant
Come: I Got The Blues (7″ B-side)
EMA: Seven Years

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Third set

Respectful Child: Wonder
Deefhoof: Slow Motion Detonation
The Julie Ruin: Goodnight Goodbye
AGF & Craig Armstrong: I Held a Queen / The Queen / Birds Froze in Midair
Cold Specks: Fool’s Paradise
David Crosby: Guinnevere (demo 26 Jun 68)
Kris Kristofferson: The Junkie and The Juicehead, Minus Me
Billy Bragg: Walk Away Renee
Exene Cervenka: Cocktail Trees

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Last song

Moths and Locusts: Acid Cloud pt. 2

 

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Playlist of The Kitchen Bang Bang Law, broadcast 26 Sep 17 on CKUT FM

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First set

The Buddhist Monks of Drepung Loseling Monastery: Lektrima – A Crown Ornament for the Wise

Second set

James Black & The Whites: Tropical Heatwave
Linda Ronstadt: Heatwave
Pierre Kwenders: Bittersweet Mornings
Souljazz Orchestra: Lufunki
Lyn Collins: Think (About It)
George Clinton & The P-Funk Al l-Stars: Let’s Get Funky
Peaches: Bodyline (feat. Nick Zinner)
Mos Def: Undeniable
Run The Jewels: 2100
Princess Nokia: Saggy Denim (feat. Wiki)
Singers & Players: Make a Joyful Noise
Andy Haas: Breathturn
Shabazz Palaces: Shine a Light (feat. Thaddillac)

The Sanctimonious Sect of Nothing Is Sacred set

Billy Preston: Nothing From Nothing
Interview with Victoria Stanton, pt. 1
Bob Dylan: Too Much of Nothing
Interview with Victoria Stanton, pt. 2
Kris Kristofferson: Me and Bobby McGee
Interview with Victoria Stanton, pt. 3
Philip Glass & Leonard Cohen: This Morning I Woke Up Again

 

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Playlist of The Kitchen Bang Bang Law, broadcast 19 Sep 17 on CKUT FM

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First set

Samara Lubelski: Speedway of the Winged Shuttles to the Southern Hemisphere
Foonyap: Mourning Coup (food on the disc live-in-studio mix) / Mourning Coup (pushed by An Ant and An Atom)

Second set

Dead Can Dance: Fortune Presents Gifts not According to the Book
My Bloody Valentine: She Found Now
Le Fruit Vert: Ephémérides
Glenn Gould: Sarabande (Bach)
Broadcast & The Focus Group: We Are After All Here / A Medium’s High / Ritual / Looking In
Arthur Russell: Treehouse
Michachu & The Shapes: Suffering

Third set

Ry Cooder & Harry Dean Stanton: Canción Mixteca
Malachi Vale: The Monkey Says
Joni Mitchell: Rainy Night House (live)
The Smiths: Money Changes Everything
Bryan Ferry: The Right Stuff (original mix)
R.W. Atom: You’ve Lost that Loving Feeling
Shriekback: Into Method
Pantayo: Duyug
Singers & Players: Moses
Shabazz Palaces: Since C.A.Y.A.
AGF & Craig Armstrong: You Sleep On
Mecca Normal: Wasn’t Said

Last song

Miriodor: Venin

 

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Playlist of The Kitchen Bang Bang Law, broadcast 12 Sep 17 on CKUT FM

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First set

Allen Ravenstine: Terminal Drive

Second set

In flight recordings of Apollo 8 mission
Lori Goldston: Physics
Christof Migone: Winnipeg
Mecca Normal: Vacant Night Sky
Peaches: I Mean Something (feat. Feist)
Run the Jewels: Thieves! (Screamed the Ghost)
Prince: 200 Balloons
Mos Def: True Magic
Singers & Players: School Days
Mark Stewart & Maffia: High Ideals and Crazy Dreams
Flying Lizards: Sex Machine
Foonyap: Woolf and Plath (Tomas Morante remix)
Yoodoo Right: Apatride pt. 3

Third set

Joni Mitchell: You Turn Me On, I’m a Radio (live)
Jenny Hval: Some Days
Savages: I Am Here (live)
Throwing Muses: Call Me
Le Fruit Vert: Vu du large
Fred Frith: The Entire Works of Henry Cow
Maggie Nicols: Look Beneath the Surface
Joseph Racaille: Week-End
The Work: With Wings Pressed Back
Neil Innes & Son: Cum On Feel The Noize
Micachu & The Shapes: Hazes
Elvis Costello: The Beat (Peel Session 13 Mar 78)
Bob Dylan: She Belongs to Me (1st take, solo acoustic)
Lillian Allen: Talking Anxiety
Yoko Ono: Catman (The Rosies are Coming)
Allen Ginsberg: Broken Bone Blues

Last song

Sound of the Mountain: part 1

 

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