Friday, 29 April 2011

Odd Girl Out: show 65

Finally got to grips with the new desk with a mix of loud and soft and also marked the passing of Poly Styrene.

Oh Really at Old Police Station; photo by Val PhoenixShow 65; 28/4/11; repeated 1/5
X-ray Spex—Oh Bondage, Up Yours!
Heavens to Betsy—Terrorist
times new viking—Ever Falling in Love
Madder Rose—Waiting for Engines
Oh Really—interview
Marissa Nadler—Baby, I Will Leave You in the Morning
Yo La Tengo—You Can Have It All
Cocknbull Kid—Asthma Attack (Ghostpoet mix)
Lisa Germano—Fun Fun for Everyone
Lia Ices—Love Is Won (Pink Mountaintops mix)
The 5678s—Wild Thing
The Shangri-Las—Leader of the Pack
Louise Le May—A Tale Untold
Bowery Electric—Freedom Fighter
Bjork—Nattura (Switch mix)
Amsterdamned—Traditie Amme Balle
Rolo Tomassi—Titanomachia
Beth Ditto—interview 2
Beth Ditto—I Wrote the Book (DJ Muka extended video mix)
The Creatures—Prettiest Thing (Howie B's Hormonal mix)
Canned Travolta with Special Guest The Cowboy from The Village People—Time to Change
S.C.U.M.—Summon the Sound
Add N to (X)—Metal Fingers in My Body
Christina Aguilera—Birds of Prey (Reuben Wu Ladytron mix)
Violators—The Fugitive
Trick Babys—Cadillac Bra
The Pains of Being Pure at Heart—Belong
Rebecca Clamp—Parasites
Anjali—Strawberry Mousse
Emmy the Great—Century of Sleep

Wednesday, 27 April 2011

Coming up on show 65

This week's Odd Girl Out features a new interview with French singer-songwriter Oh Really, plus part 2 of an archive chat with disco diva Beth Ditto, at that time singer with unknown garage-punk combo The Gossip. My, how times change!

Sunday, 24 April 2011

Repeat problem

The playout system seems to be two hours behind, so try tuning in at 15:00 today for the repeat of show 64.

Friday, 22 April 2011

Odd Girl Out: show 64

Rebecca Clamp came into the studio to discuss her new album, Key to the City, and her life in sunny Helsinki. We also had a new desk, which resulted in a few problems with levels, and a mid-show CD player switch, which ramped up the tension levels.

Show 64; 21/4/11; repeated 24/4
Joan As Police Woman—Christobel
Rebecca Clamp at Old Police Station; photo by Val Phoenix
Rebecca Clamp;
photo: Val Phoenix
Dirty Projectors—Stillness Is the Move
Foehn—I Really Love High Winds
PJ Harvey—The Last Living Rose
Rebecca Clamp—live interview
Rebecca Clamp—Ghostly Tram Song
Foehn—Piano Clatter
Christine Fellows—What Makes the Cherry Red
Rebecca Clamp—interview
Rebecca Clamp—Shortcut
Ilsebill—In the Office
Yelle—Que Veux Tu (Madeon mix)
Data 3—Heartful of Soul
Freelance Whales—Hannah (Lightwaves mix)
Yo-Yo—Pass It On
Husky Rescue—Fast Lane (2 Thugs mix)
L7—Me, Myself and I
Bettina Köster—Thar She Blows (Weltklang mix)
Altered Images—Pinky Blue
Graham Coxon / Paloma Faith / Bill Ryder-Jones—Desire
Buffalo Daughter—California Blues
Ear Pwr—Baby Houses
Linus—Lift Off
Juliana Hatfield 3—Spin the Bottle
The One AM Radio—Sunlight (Prefuse 73 mix)
Shop Assistants—Too Much Adrenaline
The Clutters—More
Tsunami—Beauty part II
Delphine Dora and Half Asleep—Zelda
AngloCanadien—Japanese Water Garden

Sunday, 17 April 2011

Coming up on show 64

You wait ages for a guest and then two come along in quick succession. This week's visitor to the interrogation room is Helsinki-based singer-songwriter Rebecca Clamp. Check out this video for her song, "St. Wilgefortis", patron saint of bearded ladies.

St. Wilgefortis

Rebecca Clamp | Myspace Video

Friday, 15 April 2011

Odd Girl Out: show 63

Jude Cowan graced the studio, performing poems from her new collection,
For the Messengers, as well as two songs improvised from news stories drawn from the Reuters archive.

Show 63; 14/4/11; repeated 17/4
Jude Cowan at Old Police Station; photo by Val PhoenixLadytron—Playgirl
Tarnation—Tell Me It's Not So
Sleepy Vikings—Twin Peaks
Jude Cowan—Ah, Sunflower!
Jude Cowan—interview + poems
Freschard—Life in Vain
Kill the Dandies!—Sand
Jude Cowan—interview + songs
Sneaker Pimps—Roll On
Milenasong—Love Will Appear
Strawberry Story—Think of Me
The Coathangers—Hurricane
The Action Time—The World Is Against Us
Internal/External feat. Kathleen Hanna—Stepping up to the Mic
TBA—Deeply Superficial
Addie Brik—No
Atari Teenage Riot—Blood in My Eyes
French Horn Rebellion—What I Want (JD Samson's Eva Hesse mix)
Noblesse Oblige—Moonchild
AGF / Craig Armstrong—Konstantinopolis
Lotte KestnerNurse
Rebecca Clamp—St. Wilgefortis
NY Loose—Spit
Cocknbull Kid—Asthma Attack
Nite Jewel—Am I Real
The Do—Too Insistent

Monday, 11 April 2011

Coming up on show 63

Live guest alert: woman-of-a-thousand-talents Jude Cowan will be in the studio, giving her take on current events in song and reciting poetry.

Friday, 8 April 2011

Odd Girl Out: show 62

The sun shone, the equipment worked. Hurrah!

Show 62; 7/4/11; repeated 10/4
Josefeen Foxter of Fringe!; photo by Val Phoenix
J. Foxter; photo by V. Phoenix

Free Kitten—Bouwerie Boy
Dub Narcotic Sound System ft. Lois—Ship to Shore (Boot Party mix)
Unthanks—Queen of Hearts
Laurie Anderson—Duets on Ice (live excerpt)
Josefeen Foxter—interview
Patsy Cline—Leaving On Your Mind
Therese Aune—Grey Ghost
Masha Qrella—Hypersomnia
MNDR—Cut Me Out (Hervé mix)
Jude Cowan—Nations Nations
Natalia Kills—Mirrors (Frankmusik mix)
Girl in a Thunderbolt—Rain Dance
The Clutters—Under Suspicion
Hole—Credit in the Straight World
Cobra Killer—L.A . Shaker
Nico—Frozen Warnings
Laurie Anderson—Duets on Ice (live excerpt)
Josefeen Foxter—interview
Siouxsie and the Banshees—New Skin
50 Foot Wave—Clara Bow (live)
Low—Especially Me
Feline—Two Minds
Oh Land—White Nights (Max Tundra mix)
Florida—The Girl on the Escalator
Winter Took His Life—Could Go Now
Lady Lazarus—Immortal Youth
Dresden Dolls—Stand By Your Man (live)
Carol Anne McGowan—So to the Sea (studio version)
Architecture in Helsinki—Contact High

Tuesday, 5 April 2011

Coming up on show 62

This week we investigate the new queer film festival on the block, Fringe!, with one of its curators, Josefeen Foxter. Plus, new tunes from Planningtorock and The Unthanks.

Friday, 1 April 2011

Odd Girl Out: show 61

An audio obstacle course of sorts, with disappearing channels, stuck CDs and other unplanned aural adventures.

Show 61; 31/3/11; repeated 3/4/11
Hanin Elias—Blue
Alex Thiele
Alex Thiele
CuckooLand—As Good As It Gets
Operator Please—Catapult
Dot Allison—Melted (Edit)
Alex Thiele—interview
The Raincoats—Off-duty Trip
Thomas Tantrum—Sleep (Band of Skulls mix)
Cibo Matto—Beef Jerky
Heidi Elva—The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter
Gossip—And You Know...
John and Jehn—And We Run
Kill Sybil—Lucky
Ellie Goulding—Heartbeats
Wat Tyler—Saragosa Girl
Bachelorette—Instructions for Insomniacs
Karen Finley—Sacred Meat
Blonde Redhead—This Is Not
Metronomy—The Look (Ghostpoet mix)
Lisa Gornick / Campbell—interview
Yelle—Comme un Enfant
Showgirls—Saturation Saturday
Alex Winston—Locomotive
Jude Cowan—The Little Vagabond
The Au Pairs—Repetition
Ezza Rose—2%
Ra Ra Riot—Each Year
Belly—Sexy S
Sleepy Vikings—Calm
Curve—Forgotten Sanity
We Are Enfant Terrible—Filthy Love (The Shoes mix)
Bis—Skinny Tie Sensurround
Cassie Morgan and the Lonely Pine—No More Tears