¡Ay, caramba! I'm on the radio in just 15 minutes. My bones tell me this will be a good show -- and my bones don't lie (of course, they don't tell the truth either). Hear about it here: http://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/58556
"Tape Hiss" turns agains with cassette action from Larry D. Jones, Theoreme, Human Flesh, Las Animas, and the Mexican comp "Menú." That's-a tamara from noon to 3:00 ET, this-a-way: http://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/58451
Our cat doesn't hunt mice -- he collects them. He grabs them from outside, brings them into the house more or less unharmed, then releases them. After about an hour or so of half-hearted attempts to catch them a second time, he forgets all about them.
My next "Tape Hiss" show will boldly venture into the dangerous realms of progressive electronic / new age music to bring you the golden rainbows. Tune in for rare cassettes from John Livengood, Ian MacFarlane, and Xaliman. That's Tuesday, from noon to 3:00 ET, right here: http://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/58230