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What's This Called? Version 2.1

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  • Dead-Air
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    Today from Noon to 1 PM Pacific Time on What's This Called? a special show featuring artists performing today in St. John's No.Fest as well as those playing the Vancouver WA Noise BBQ including Moodring, Doug Theriault, Marlo Eggplant, Power Circus, and MORE!


    STREAMING LIVE HERE: http://www.kpsu.org/

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  • Dead-Air
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    Today from Noon to 1 PM Pacific Time on What's This Called? a live experience featuring the dulcet sounds of Overdose the Katatonic direct from Seattle WA! Cuddle up next to the speakers and prepare for a pharmaceutical wash of white noise bliss.


    Streaming Live from: http://www.kpsu.org/

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  • Dead-Air
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    Today on What's This Called? direct from the 17th Olympia Experimental Music Fest for a return engagement on WTC it's Seattle to Oly transplants Paintings for Animals presenting their hypnotic ambient drone Noon to 1 PM Pacific Time.

    STREAMING LIVE DREAMSCAPES HERE: http://www.kpsu.org/




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  • Dead-Air
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    Today on What's This Called?, I'm thrilled to host the Portland experimental convivial coterie Power Circus. If you've listened to the show a bit, you'll recognize them from the Bogville Creature Feature soundtrack. The musical intimations of Meghann Rose, Jesse Reno and Lana Guerra today from Noon to 1 PM Pacific Time Streaming Live from http://www.kpsu.org/


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  • Dead-Air
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    Playlist:

    Man On the Silver Mountain His Name Is Alive Always Stay Sweet Outside the Trains Don't Run On Time Gang of Four Solid Gold No One is There Nico The Marble Index Instruments of the Devil Artifact Shore Wiretapper 25 Death Dies Goblin Volume II 1975-1980 Escapades Sonic Youth SYR 9: Simon Werner A Disparu Way Over the Rainbow Sun City Girls valentines from matahari Fire and Smoke Taming the Outback 1986-1989 Heads Will Roll Echo and The Bunnymen Porcupine Strange Phenomenon Jandek Living in a Moon So Blue The Antigravitational Sense Of Nothingness my cat is an alien Wiretapper 25 We'll Hang For That Swans Body to Body, Job to Job Weeping Throbbing Gristle D. O. A. Tenderness of Wolves Coil Scatology Eggs In The Head (excerpt) Upside Down Umbrella Drinking The Goats Blood

    Download On the Right of the Page HERE: http://kpsu.org/programs/73

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  • Dead-Air
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    So you're still here after the Rapture?


    I can't help get your deposit back, but I can provide a What's This Called? soundtrack at Noon Pacific Time on KPSU! Featuring His Name Is Alive, My Cat Is An Alien, Einsturzende Neubauten, Manekinekod, Sun City Girls, Seven That Spells, Upside Down Umbrella, Coil, Goblin, Artifact Shore, Swans, and MORE!


    Set your controls for the Streaming Live heart of http://www.kpsu.org/

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  • Dead-Air
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    07 MAY
    Support KPSU and Experimental Music in the Daytime!
    Ricardo Wang


    Shows that play the kind of music you hear on What's This Called? are rare even on college and community stations (and non-existent anywhere else). When a station has one it's usually on at 3 AM sometime in the middle of the week.

    NOT at KPSU though. For 6 years running, KPSU has been bold enough to let me do What's This Called? on Saturdays at Noon Pacific Time, a slot most community station fill with the likes of Car Talk, bluegrass music, and Prairie Home Companion. Even in other time zones WTC is still on earlier than experimental music shows ever get to be (8 PM in merry old England for instance!) In broad daylight you get to hear the likes of Merzbow, Crank Sturgeon, John Cage, Sun Ra, Sun City Girls, and Marlo Eggplant, something unheard of practically anywhere else in the world. Nothing assures this continue more than when you pledge support to KPSU during or on behalf of What's This Called?

    Today, I am featuring scads of new and new-to-me music from the likes of Sonic Youth (SYR 9!), His Name is Alive, Taming the Outback and Sylvi Alli. I also have generous Thank You Gifts for those that contribute to keep the ship afloat including 2 CD sets from Beta-lactam Ring Records artists for a mere $25 pledge (choose from Legendary Pink Dots, Earthmonkey, Pepe Wismeer, and Tecumseh, or a single cd from Ilitch for a $15 pledge!) Plus anyone who pledges and is in or can visit Portland gets free gelato from Legong Gelato in St. John's.

    If anybody would like to claim one of those gifts NOW you can pledge right at http://www.kpsu.org, then just message my Facebook page with which cds you want!

    Thanks to KPSU for giving the show a stable and dependable home since 2005, and thanks to YOU for making that possible!


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  • Dead-Air
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    Today Noon-1 PM Pacific Time on What's This Called? Support KPSU and support Experimental Music in the daytime! I have some amazing Thank You Gifts from Legong Gelato & Beta-lactam Ring Records, so you get even more for pledging than the great feeling of supporting free form college radio and eclectic programming (which really should be enough!)

    Call 503-725-5945 or Message me via my Facebook page. Music (and some giveaways!) from Legendary Pink Dots, Tecumseh, Earthmonkey, Pepe Wismeer, Ilitch, Crank Sturgeon, Horaflora, Big City Orchestra and MORE!

    STREAMING LIVE FROM: http://www.kpsu.org

    Every Portlander (or anybody who plans on visiting) who pledges gets a free scoop at Legong Gelato in St. John's. Ilitch - La Maïeutique de la Quantique CD with your $15 Pledge. 2 CD sets from Legendary Pink Dots, Earthmonkey, Pepe Wismeer, and Tecumseh all available with a $25 Pledge. A free pint of Gelato from Legong with your $25 Pledge.

    Your support for KPSU is tax deductible and supports the station that has now been home for 6 years to the longest running experimental music show in the NW (since 1993!)

    Call 503-725-5945 or message me on Facebook right away!

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  • Dead-Air
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    Vazkar, I've really received nothing but positive support form MM folks with regard to my show. At least a couple are regular listeners. Thanks for your kind words as well. Mike definitely attracts not only intelligent and imaginative readers, but very nice folks as well!

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  • Vazkar Asquinol
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    Dead-Air


    You so rock for keeping this alive!

    I appreciate it, if no one else does.

    Please, don't stop.

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  • Dead-Air
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    Today on What's This Called? LIVE solo sets from Bay area noisicians Horaflora and Pete von Petrin!

    Horaflora

    I had the pleasure of watching them play the last two nights in Olympia and Portland and can vouch that they will deliver the goods with style and finesse!

    STREAMING LIVE Noon to 1 PM
    Pacific Time: http://www.kpsu.org/

    Pete von Petrin

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  • Rothgo
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    And surely some Sun Ra? Seems rude to exclude them from the playlist the one week yer dad pops up!

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  • Dead-Air
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    Oh, and my dad will be visiting for this show, so there will be three generations of Wang in the booth!

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  • Dead-Air
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    Today on What's This Called? another 2 hr special from Noon to 2 PM Pacific Time. Featuring brand new releases by both Tecumseh and Earthmonkey, plus Hypnagogic Orchestra, Flipper, Bob Bucko Jr, A Small Good Thing, Savage Republic, Hop Frog's Fatwa, Pulseprogramming, Threshold Houseboys Choir, and MORE!


    Streaming Live From: http://www.kpsu.org/

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  • Dead-Air
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    After a 2 week hiatus What's This Called? returns for a special 2 hour extravaganza Noon to 2 PM Pacific time with blips, bloops, drones & rumblings from the likes of Big Dipper, Sardonik Grin, Smoke and Mirrors, Sun Ra, Jeph Jerman & Doug Theriault, Legendary Pink Dots, Einsturzende Neubauten, Future Image, Nadja, Paco Jones, Make Believe Bombs, Melvins, Merzbow, Steve Fisk and MORE!

    STREAMING LIVE HERE: http://www.kpsu.org

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