Photos by KUOI Program Director Kentaro.
PD Kentaro, Confinement Loaf, and DJ HSBND went to Spokane on April 19th to check out Space Moovies, Hooves, and Acid Mothers Temple & the Melting Paraiso U.F.O. at Object Space. Here are the photos!
Acid Mothers Temple’s new album “Son of a Bitches Brew” is on the New Music Shelf. Request it! 208.885.6392
Program Director Kentaro went up to Spokane to catch White Mystery and The Coathangers at Mootsy’s. Here are the photos!
White Mystery’s self-titled debut and “Blood & Venom” album are on the New Music Shelf. Request them! 208.885.6392
Photos by Program Director Kentaro Murai. Taken at the Jesse Sykes & the Sweet Hereafter
Marble Son album release show on August 4, 2011 at the Showbox Market in Seattle.
Here’s the interview that Captain Ron Blow did with Jesse Sykes here in the KUOI studios last October. Enjoy!
Here it is again, the year end-stravaganza.
As ever, right out the gate, we have some KUOI DJ lists of music. Everyone here was or is a DJ and every entrant was given as much breathing room as they desired in constructing their lists. These lists are chock-full of fantastic music from a fantastic year, hand picked by people who know and love their music. Thanks for reading, enjoy, and stay tuned for at least one more holiday gift from your awkward uncles that only show up around the holidays here at KUOI Blog.
Ethan Arave – (KUOI Music Director)
1. Colin Stetson – Fear of the Unknown And The Blazing Sun
2. Dimlite – Metal Snake
3. Fourtet – Locked
4. Modselektor – Blue Clouds
5. Keith Fullerton Whitman – 101105
6. Oneohtrix Point Never – Replica
7. Shabazz Palaces – Free Press & Curl
8. Siriusmo – Idiologie
9. James Blackshaw – Holly
10. Jai Paul – BTSTU (Edit)
11. Daphni – Ahora (Or pretty much anything Caribou remixed this year, he killed it with his remixes and his cuts as Daphni)
12. Colin Stetson – Clothed in the Skin of the Dead
13. Bill Orcutt – How The Thing Sings
14. Bill Callahan – America!
15. Telebossa – Eu Sonhei Que Tu Estavas Tao Linda
Thurston Moore performing a solo set at ATP NY 2010 in Monticello, NY. Photo by KUOI Program Director Kentaro Murai.
Once in a while, we’ll put up a KUOI station ID for you to enjoy. Most will be recent, but we’ll see what we can dig up from the archives.
To kick things off, here’s one from Thurston Moore. When I was getting the ID, I asked him if he could namecheck any obscure punk bands from Idaho. It was a bit too early in the morning and he couldn’t think of any. (Pink Eyes was able to, but we’ll save that for another post.)
While we’re on the subject, be sure to request Sonic Youth’s ‘Simon Werner a Disparu’ soundtrack that’s on the new music shelf. 208.885.6392
KUOI DJ John Sonnen went to Seattle on Feb. 26 to see SWANS at Neumo’s. He did a write up of it for all of us to enjoy. And be sure to check out John’s show, Truly Great Thing Sundays from 3:00 – 5:30 PM Pacific Time. (The title of Mr. Sonnen’s show is no hyperbole, it truly is a TRULY GREAT THING.)
God Save Us All
An Unreliable Account of Swans’ Performance at Neumos in Seattle, WA on February 26, 2011.
by Johnathan Sonnen
The crowd was still talking and the between-set music had yet to be turned off when the first note began – a single, high-pitched frequency that grew in amplitude for several minutes before being joined by another. The musicians let the sounds evolve, increasing volume from offstage until the swerving drones drowned out all conversation. Then the first percussionist entered and began to pound out a repetitious dulcimer pattern, a lone clanging that grew organically with the drones that preceded it until a second percussionist came in to add a similar series of bells to the clamor.
Pick up your copy of KUOI’s In Cue magazine inside the Friday, October 8 issue of the Argonaut.
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