Monday, 31 October 2011

Coming up on show 83

This week's interviews are a newbie with indie director Miranda July and a vintage chat with Vesuvius Records boss Pat Laureate.

Here's the trailer for Miranda July's new film, The Future, which gets its UK release on 4 November.

Sunday, 30 October 2011

Time change to GMT

This morning the clocks went back in the UK from BST to GMT. So, today's repeat of show 82 should follow suit.

Saturday, 29 October 2011

Odd Girl Out: show 82

Brigitte Handley in Hackney; photo by Val PhoenixThe last show on BST, as the clocks go back this Sunday a.m.!

Show 82; 27/10/11; 30/10
A.P.P.L.E.—If in Heaven
Daughters of Eve—Don't Waste My Time
Esben and the Witch—Hexagons II (The Flight)
dodo—Cleopatra's Needle
Bettina Knaup—interview
Virginia Dare—Ships Go Down
The Beets—Doing As I Do
The Beatle-ettes—Only Seventeen
Clara Luzia—Snow Woman
Friends—My Boo
The Gun and Doll Show—Crazy
Jasmina Maschina—Forgotten Wood
The Melons—See If I Don't
Sue P. Fox—Dear Beauty Editor
Roseanne Barrr—Thief's Journal
Gas—World Peace
Annie Crane—Ghost Body
Sarah Peebles—Where All the Wild Things Went
Brigitte Handley—interview
The Dark Shadows—Eisbär
She Makes War—Delete
The Tourists—Summers Night
Shit Robot—Answering Machine (Planningtorock mix)
the sunshine club—When Love Comes Down
Toxic Waste—Traditionally Yours
Skinned Teen—Punk Rockest
Princess Chelsea—Caution Repetitive
Dolly Parton—Jolene (Sweetish mix)
Miguel Migs ft. Meshell—Close Your Eyes
Barbara Manning—Stain on the Sun
Phantogram—Don't Move
Falange—Falange Suburbana
CSS—City Grrrl (Teeth mix)

Monday, 24 October 2011

Coming up on show 82

Still on BST for this show, which will feature a 2009 interview with re.act.feminism curator Bettina Knaup, plus a walking-and-talking chat from last summer with singer/guitarist Brigitte Handley.

Here is a live clip of Brigitte's band, The Dark Shadows, which is touring Europe from this week.

Sunday, 23 October 2011

Repeat today at 15:00

Following my confusion over time zones and problems with the player, today's repeat of show 81 will go out in 20 minutes, at 15:00 BST.

Saturday, 22 October 2011

Odd Girl Out: show 81

Jude Cowan; photo by Val PhoenixThe second anniversary show got off to a bit of a stumbling start, owing to some equipment changes, but then settled down to present some highlights of the last 12 months of the show.

Show 81; 20/10/11; repeated 23/10

The Duke Spirit—Everybody's Under Your Spell
Johanna and the Dusty FloorWitch Shoes
Metronomy—The Look (Ghostpoet mix)
She Makes War—interview
Carol Bui—'Geisha' Means 'Open-minded'
Unthanks—Queen of Hearts
Le Butcherettes—I'm Getting Sick of You
Oh Really—interview
Emmy the Great—Century of Sleep
Asobi Seksu—Trails
Raveonettes—I Wanna Be Adored
Jude Cowan—Egypt Art Revolution (live)
Architecture in Helsinki—Contact High (Clock Opera mix)
Petra und der Wolf—Disco
ilex—Hals Angry
Lisa Gornick / Campbell—interview
Angus and Julia Stone—Big Jet Plane (Michael Brun bootleg)
Eleanor Friedberger—My Mistakes
Jesse Ruins—Dream Analysis
Rebecca Clamp—interview
Yelle—Que Veux Tu
Laurie AndersonDuets on Ice (live excerpt)
Josefeen Foxter—reading
Thao and Mirah—Love Is a Battlefield
Jean Grae—Casebasket
AGF / Craig Armstrong—Writing Pitch and Depth
Gabriella Apicella—interview
Marissa Nadler—Baby, I Will Leave You in the Morning
Amanda Palmer—Map of Tasmania (ft. Young Punx)
tUnE-YarDs—Bizness (Blackbird Blackbird mix)
JD Samson—interview
Christina Aguilera—Birds of Prey (Reuben Wu Ladytron mix)
Girl in a Thunderbolt—Nitroglycerine
Ringo Deathstarr—Imagine Hearts
The Kills—DNA

Monday, 17 October 2011

Coming up on show 81

Assuming our technical problems are rectified, this week's show is a second anniversary special, featuring interviews and music from the last 12 months. So, expect to hear illuminating comments and/or music from She Makes War, Jude Cowan, Rebecca Clamp, JD Samson and many more.

Here's a video from JD Samson's band, MEN.

Sunday, 16 October 2011

Today's repeat: show 51

Because of the tech problems, show 51, the live special, is now playing.

Saturday, 15 October 2011

Odd Girl Out: show 80

Julie Tolentino; photo by Val PhoenixTechnical problems meant this show only aired via the webcam, and the recording was also affected, which means the repeat will be delayed to another week.

Show 80; 13/10/11; (should be) repeated 16/10
Shampoo—Don't Call Me Babe
Les Calamités—Toutes les nuits
Wild Flag—Romance
Fever Ray—If I Had a Heart (Fuck Buttons mix)
Justine Wolfenden—interview
Cha Cha Cohen—Sparky's Note
Stefanie Sourial—Masturbate
Delta 5—Now That You've Gone
Princess Chelsea—Monkey Eats Bananas
Dresden Dolls—Pretty in Pink
CSS—Hits Me Like a Rock (Depressed Buttons mix)
Frumpies—Duvet Ta
Vorhees—The Orchard (Peoples Club 7-inch version)
Mother's Ruin—Godzilla
DWNTWN—Hungry Hearts (Skeet Skeet mix ft. Lil B)
Jasmina Maschina—The City Is Moving Like a Map
Alpines—Cocoon (XXXY mix)
Le Corps Mince de Francoise—Gandhi (Andy Weatherall mix)
Julie Tolentino—interview
The Golden Filter—Shake
Kreviss—Going to Hell
Midnight Magic—What the Eyes Can't See
Tanya Donelly—Bum
The Flying Lizards—Sex Machine
Chris Rockford vs. Jennifer Paige—Crush
Fairground Attraction—Mythology
Annie Crane—Hell's Gate
Les Georges Leningrad—Track Georges Five
Angie Hart—Ask
The Doll—Trash
Chairlift—Peculiar Paradise

Monday, 10 October 2011

Coming up on show 80

This week's show features interviews with performance artist Julie Tolentino and (back in 1996) record label boss Justine Wolfenden.

Here is a brief excerpt of one of Tolentino's pieces.

Julie Tolentino: CRY OF LOVE from paige lipari on Vimeo.

Saturday, 8 October 2011

Odd Girl Out: show 79

Molly NeumanHow quickly the weather turns. Now we're deep into an autumnal chill. It was good to have some turntables back, even if they are now sharing channels with the CD players.

Show 79; 6/10/11; repeated 9/10
Compos Mentis—Confused
Gramme—Like You
Dum Dum Girls—Bedroom Eyes
Princess Chelsea—Ice Reign Reprise
Molly Neuman—interview
Bratmobile—Make Me Miss America (Peel session)
Best Coast—How They Want Me to Be
April Smith and the Great Picture Show—Colors
Speech Debelle ft. Roots Manuva and Realism—Blaze Up a Fire
Joan Jett and The Blackhearts—Here to Stay
The Good-Natured—Wolves (Crystal Fighters mix)
Bush Tetras—Too Many Creeps
Thunderskank v. Russo—Teardrop (Yo Video mix)
Honey Bane—Porno Grows
Veronica Falls—Come on Over
Oh, Harry—Too Bad
Mystery Girls—Ego
Class Actress—Weekend
Motion Sickness of Time Travel—Day Glow
Selina Robertson—interview
Planningtorock—Living It Out
Cocknbull Kid—Yellow (MNEK mix)
Blondie—Accidents Never Happen
Atari Teenage Riot—Black Flags (Tony Senghore mix)
Janis Joplin—Mercedes Benz
Givers—Up Up Up (CSS mix)
Yazz—The Only Way Is Up 2001 (W.I.P. mix)
Ladytron—White Elephant
Bright Like Ice—Full Moon
Woodpecker Wooliams—You Have Long
CREEP ft. Nina Sky—You (Jimmy Edgar mix)
Maximum Joy—Stretch (Disco/Rap mix)

Monday, 3 October 2011

Coming up on show 79

This week the show returns to more recognisable form, with a mix of music spanning eras and locations. This week's interviewees are musician Molly Neuman and film programmer Selina Robertson.

Here's one of Molly's bands in action.

Saturday, 1 October 2011

Odd Girl Out: show 78

Carambolage album cover
The Germany special: NDW, punk and a touch of Schlager were the order of the day.

Show 78; 29/9/11; repeated 2/10
Lassie Singers—Frauen am Rande des Nervenzusammenbruchs
Der Riß—Images
Barbara Morgenstern—Mountainplace
Gabriele Stötzer—interview
Nena—Nur Geträumt
sleazy, inc. operated—Defiant
Gemischstes & grosses Frauenorchester Köln—Ach halt ich doch 'nen Mann
Xmal Deutschland—Augen-Blick
Greie Gut Fraktion—Drilling an Ocean (FRRRMMM mix)
Karl Valentin and Liesl Karlstadt—Frau Huber sucht eine neue Köchin
Neonbabies—Blaue Augen
Katja Ebstein—Die Liebe begann im Monat März
Hanin Elias—Falling
Familie Silly—Bette Davis Eyes
Die Tödliche Doris—Kavaliere
Golden Diskó Ship—Planets (live session)
Carambolage—City Groß-Markt
Ari Up—interview
Ariane (Ari Up)—True Warrior
Malaria!—White Sky (live)
Ute Lemper—Lili Marleen
Michaela Melián—Locke-Pistole-Kreuz
Cornelia SchleimeWeit Fort extract
Marlene Dietrich / Margo Lion / Oskar Karlweis—Wenn die beste Freundin
Martina + Part-time Punx—Mehr von dir
Marianne Rosenberg—Gift
Platzangst—It's a Light
Mona Mur—Jeszcze Polska
Nina Hagen—Du hast den Farbfilm vergessen