Archive for September, 2011

Playlist for Lost in the Stacks for Friday, September 30th (“Censorship”)

Clip from Parks & Recreation
Intro: “Friction” by Television

“Repetition” by TV on the Radio

File this set under RC521:
“Who’s In Control” by British Sea Power
“When You Don’t Control Your Government…” by Anti-Flag

File this set under KF4770:
“I’m Free Now” by Morphine
“Silent My Song” by Lykke Li
“So Says I” by The Shins

File this set under Z567 :
“No Lip” by The Sex Pistols
“Operation Mind Control” by Living Colour

Outro: “I Control Discourse” by Vichy Government

Stay tuned for the next Lost in the Stacks show: “Library Partnerships” on October 7th!

Learn from Let’s Talk Business with “Famous Dave” and Jennifer Kushell

Hear Mitch Schlimer’s 10/1 show on the Let’s Talk Business page.  Mitch’s two featured guests were Dave Anderson, Native American entrepreneur and visionary behind the NASD public company “Famous Daves” BBQ (www.famousdaves.com). His second featured guest was Jennifer Kushell, the entrepreneur behind the “Your Success Network” (www.YSN.com),  and co-author of the NY Times best seller-“Secrets Of The Young & Successful”.

Psych-Out! Playlist for September 28, 2011

  1. Bardo Pond – Hope Street (Bardo Pond Present Sublimation)
  2. Sand – Helicopter (Golem)
  3. Spacemen 3 – 2.35 (Sound of Confusion)
  4. Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats – Witches Garden (Vol. 1)
  5. Blue Cheer – Fruits & Iceburgs (New! Improved! Blue Cheer)
  6. Jackie O MF – Beautiful September (We Are Going There) (Fig. 5)

Qurious 9/28

Qurious (recently voted Atlanta’s Best Ambient Composers by Creative Loafing) joined us last night for a session!

Qurious is not so much a band as it is a vessel. A vessel transports you into the dark far reaches of space and back, in an attempt to impart in their listeners a new-found, alien third-person perspective on the world and the infinite natural beauty that surrounds. Such a voyage is fueled through the production of ethereal musical landscapes constructed with hypnotizing vocal melodies, dance-inducing synthesizers, and found-samples gathered along the way. Your guides/abductors for this trek are a duo composed of one part singer/songwriter Catherine Quesenberry with a specialty in vocals, korg, and a secret weapon, and one part Mike Netland, engineer of samples, beats, and robo-phonetics. They’re coming to your planet, to your venues, to your homes. Their songs will draw you in like a sound-wave tractor beam. Don’t be scared though. They’re just Qurious.

Check out their new video!

Download their albums for free: http://qurious.bandcamp.com/.

Electric Boogaloo Playlist for 09.22.11

A couple special announcements before we get to last week’s playlist:

First, founders of the Etowah River Music Festival will be joining the crew in studio this week to tell us about the event, taking place October 7th and 8th at the Etowah River Campgrounds and featuring our friend Uncle Joe’s Medicine Show, Georgia Soul Council and a whole lot more . Haven’t confirmed, but we’ll potentially have a weekend pass or two to give away on air, too. So definitely check it out as Treacherous is on call for the setlist this Thursday.

Secondly, and this is quite short notice, but the Midtown Art Cinema (10th and Monroe) is showing Soulthunder, the story of the reunion of Conrad Johnson and the Kashmere Stage Band, exec-produced by Jamie Foxx. It’s sure to be a heart touching story with some seriously bad funk on the soundtrack, but it only runs through this Thursday. You’ve got eight more chances to catch it with Wednesday and Thursday show times of 2:15, 4:35, 7:35, and 9:40.

Ok, finally, the playlist from last week, on which The Price is Right held it down quite solidly. Pick up the stream here! or embedded in the Electric Boogaloo home page.

Playlist for 9/22/11:

  • Artist – Title
  • Jamiroquai – Hooked Up
  • King Hobo – Coffee Break
  • Bobby Womack & Peace – Across 110th Street
  • Mulatu Astatke – Mulatu
  • Jaco Pastorius – Kuru/Speak Like a Child
  • Parliament – Dr Funkenstein
  • George Duke – The Future
  • Booker T. Jones feat. Lou Reed – The Bronx
  • Medeski, Martin, and Wood – The Lover
  • Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings – Let Them Knock
  • Budos Band – Unbroken, Unshaven

– playlist also posted live on Twitter.