Saturday, 30 July 2011

Odd Girl Out: show 74


 Summer finally arrived, and the music was largely light and airy.

Show 74; 28/7/11; repeated 31/7
SkinBest Coast—Gone Again
Rhythm King and Her Friends—The Front of Luxury
Brilliant Colors—Value Lines
Bonjay—Creepin' (Chllngr mix)
Skunk Anansie—Tear the Place Up
Bleached—Think of You
Screaming Sneakers—Violent Days
Dragonette—Pick Up the Phone (The Lost Boys Born in the '80s mix)
Tennis—Is It Time?
Caro Snatch—Mary Rose
Bachelorette—Polarity Party
Rochelle Jordan—How to Feel
Anarchistwood—Don't Bullshit the Artist
Me&LP—La Belle Tocade
Ron Rogers—Ya Ya
Yuck—Suicide Policeman
White Hinterland—Don't Take It Personal
Greie Gut Fraktion—China Memories (Vinilette ambient mix)
Renate Lorenz—interview
The Finger—Die! Die! Superhero!
Jude Cowan—Hong Kong Milk Powder
Nikki Corvette—Young and Crazy
Making Friendz—Reject Me
Rihanna v. Iron Maiden—Rock Star 101 v. Fear of the Dark (DJs from Mars mix)
Wye Oak—Holy Holy
Dum Dum Girls—Coming Down
Bright Archer—Hidden Systems
Bird Call—Little Lies (Big Lies mix)
Bow Wow Wow—C30 C60 C90
Annie Crane—Jump with a Child's Heart
Johanna and the Dusty Floor—Witch Shoes

Tuesday, 26 July 2011

Coming up on show 74

This week's show features interviews with artist/curator Renate Lorenz and hellraiser Skin from Skunk Anansie, plus new tracks from Metal Mother and Wye Oak.

Saturday, 23 July 2011

Odd Girl Out: show 73

Cold and rainy, so it must be summer.

Show 73; 21/7/11; repeated 24/7
PramLauryn Hill—Forgive Them Father
Tyranna—Back Off Baby
Passion Pit—Sleepyhead (Starsmith mix ft. Ellie Goulding)
Pram—Space Siren
Rosie Cuckston—interview
Class Actress—Keep You
The Kills—Black Rooster
Clara Luzia—Sink Like a Stone
Bettie Serveert—For All We Know
Metal Mother—Shake
The Heart Throbs—Tossed Away
Grace Jones—Williams Blood (Aeroplane mix radio edit)
Twin Sister—Bad Street
Umbrella Heaven—UK Gold
Soft Metals—Psychic Driving
Helen McCookerybook—Temptation
The Present—Flight of Speed (Black Mustang's Moon Gas dub)
Chris Regn—interview
AGF—Die Töne
The Bastards—Impossibilities
Beastie Boys / Santigold—Don't Play No Game That I Can't Win (Major Lazer mix)
Lizzy Mercier Descloux—Fire
Superhumanoids—Mirrors (Cosmic Kids mix)
Pylon—YoYo (Calvinist Unsaved mix ft. Alexis Krauss)
Madonna—Ray of Light (Phatt Salmon mix)
Jean Grae—Casebasket
Lydia Lunch—Lady Scarface
Nick Cave / Neko Case—She's Not There
Toxic Shock—Remote Control

Monday, 18 July 2011

Coming up on show 73

This week's show features interviews with Chris Regn of Bildwechsel and Rosie Cuckston of Pram, plus new tracks from AGF, Santigold and Jean Grae.

Monday, 11 July 2011

This week: delayed show

Ahh. Just got back and now on hiatus again, this time because of a missing engineer. So, this week should be the long-delayed repeat of show 53. And we will be back live next week.

Saturday, 9 July 2011

Odd Girl Out: show 72

Back with a bang, plus a new mic and pop shield. Woo-hoo!

Show 72; 7/7/11; repeated 10/7
Melissa EtheridgeBuffalo Daughter—Cold Summer
Micachu and the Shapes—Low Dogg (Stone Lions mix)
Melissa Etheridge—interview
Melissa Etheridge—Angels Would Fall Down (KBCO)
Le Corbeau—Black Belvedere
Autoclave—Go Far
CREEP—You (Planningtorock mix)
Mr. Little Jeans—The Suburbs
Houses—Endless Spring
Myra Davies—Worm
Sofia Talvik—Glow
Billy Laswell's Material and Nona Hendryx—Bustin' Out
Tidelands—Holy Grail
Kaia—The World's Greatest Haircut
Hello Cuca—Doo-Wah-Da
Planningtorock—Black Thumber
Boryana Rossa—interview
Scarlet Season—History of Violence
Cristina—Drive My Car
The Dark Shadows—Blame...
Telepathe—Throw Away This
AGF ft. Barbara Morgenstern—Entworfene Gedanken
Klima—Something Good
Ô Paon—Le Dernier Mot
Kelly Rowland—Motivation (Kid Sister mix)
Yeastie Girlz—Put a Lid on It
Viv Albertine—I Don't Believe in Love
S.C.U.M.—Summon the Sound (Purity Ring mix)
Jessica 6—East West Funk

Tuesday, 5 July 2011

Live this week: show 72

Yes, finally, we are back on air this week with show 72, featuring a plethora of fresh tunes, plus interviews with cyber-performance artist Boryana Rossa and heavy-breathing songstress Melissa Etheridge.

While the interview with Melissa is vintage, it's not quite as vintage as this video. The HAIR!!!!