Archive for August 2014

Coldwave, Part 1 (1980s French Post-Punk & Underground Rock)

As a spin-off of sorts to our recent Unfinished Business (1980s Post-Punk) series, we decided to focus this week's show entirely on 1980s post-punk and other underground rock sounds from France. Indeed, we've had plans to do a coldwave themed show for more than a year now but just haven't gotten around to it. Given our current 2-hour summertime slot, though, we chose to expand beyond just the narrower confines of coldwave to explore a wider variety of French post-punk, new wave, synth/electro, and art/experimental rock from the era (late 1970s into the very early 1990s).

Coldwave (or La Vague Froide), for those unfamiliar with the term, is basically a broad categorization for bands/music from the French (and Belgian) post-punk scene. Today, it has come to be associated primarily with minimal synth music - and surely there are some genre purists who will bristle at our using the term to describe anything else. Moreover, "coldwave" has become so synonymous with minimal synth music that it is frequently used to loosely refer to any dark, minimal electronic music from anywhere, past or present (completely obscuring the classification's original temporal and geographic implications). Nevertheless, coldwave can and has been prominently used to refer to any music associated with the French post-punk scene of the 1980s, and it's that more generalized definition that we're using here. To further argue our point, coldwave originated as a guitar-driven form of post-punk, most clearly influenced by the icy, austere punk of Joy Division (and other Factory Records bands produced by Martin Hannett), as well as early goth rock and "darkwave" music from the likes of The Cure and Siouxsie and the Banshees. The other major influence on the scene was the electronic futurism of Kraftwerk. But limiting coldwave to just synth music is both reductive and ahistorical. These quibbles aside, the coldwave style - whether synth-based or more traditionally rock/pop oriented - is most recognizable for its distant, impersonal performance style and often unemotional, blasé, and/or naive lyrical themes.

This show is hardly a complete, or even representative, survey of the 1980s French coldwave scene (or genre, movement, whatever you want to call it). Indeed, we've easily got enough additional music to fill another few hours of radio. It may not happen immediately, but stay tuned for a follow-up broadcast sometime in the not-too-distant future.

For now, here's the playlist for Part 1 of Coldwave (1980s French Post-Punk & Underground Rock), which was broadcast on Thursday, August 7, 2014:

Metal Urbain - "Panik"
Kas Product - "So Young But So Cold"
C.O.M.A. (Clinik Organik Musak Anatomik) - "Femme-robot"
Charles De Goal - "Dans Le Labyrinthe"
Taxi Girl - "Aussi Belle Qu'une Balle"
Suicide Romeo - "Suicide Romeo"
Jacno - "Anne Cherchait L'amour"
Artefact - "Sex Computer"
Marquis De Sade - "Cancer and Drugs"
End Of Data - "Dans Votre Monde"
Comix - "Touche Pas Mon Sexe"
Twilight Ritual - "Closed Circuit"
Ferdinand - "Tele, Apres La Meteo"
Philippe Laurent - "Distrosion"
Lizzy Mercier Descloux - "Mais ou Sont Passees Les Gazelles?"
Des Airs - "Lovely Lady of the Roses"
Nini Raviolette - "Suis-Je Normale"
Warum Joe - "Sex Beat"
Mathematiques Modernes - "Disco Rough (Long Version)"
Berurier Noir - "Salut a Toi"
Modern Guy - "Electrique Sylvie (Full Length Version)"
Candidate - "Starway"
Ruth - "Polaroid/Roman/Photo"
Braque - "Jeanette"
Asylum Party - "Pure Joy in My Heart"
Mary Goes Round - "The Promised Land"
Coldreams - "Morning Rain"
Movement - "Perfect Day"

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Unfinished Business, Part 5 (1980s Post-Punk)

Here's the playlist for Part 5 of Unfinished Business (1980s Post-Punk), which was broadcast on Thursday, July 31, 2014:

Adam and The Ants - "Physical (You're So)"
The Cure - "The Figurehead"
Siouxsie and The Banshees - "Trophy"
The Birthday Party - "Fears of Gun"
Soft Cell - "Entertain Me"
Lives Of Angels - "Pavilion"
Artery - "Into the Garden"
The Names - "Nightshift"
Dislocation Dance - "Roof is Leaking"
Department S - "Going Left Right"
The Chameleons - "Less Than Human"
The Church - "Almost With You"
Gene Loves Jezebel - "Upstairs"
Flesh For Lulu - "Death Shall Come"
The Lords of the New Church - "Like a Virgin"
The Sisters of Mercy - "Alice"
The Damned - "Under the Floor Again"
The Icicle Works - "Love is a Wonderful Colour"
Punishment of Luxury - "Hold Me (Never Mould Me)"
The Gun Club - "Sex Beat"
The Normal - "T.V.O.D."
John Foxx - "Underpass"
Informatics - "What a World"
Starter - "Baby"
Palais Schaumburg - "Wir BauenEine Neue Stadt"
Orange Juice - "Felicity"

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Unfinished Business, Part 4 (1980s Post-Punk)

Here's the playlist for Part 4 of Unfinished Business (1980s Post-Punk), which was broadcast on Thursday, July 24, 2014:

The Monochrome Set - "Eine Symphonie Des Grauens"
Ultravox! - "Wide Boys"
The Human League - "Empire State Human"
Depeche Mode - "Shame"
Tubeway Army - "You Are In My Vision"
Gary Numan - "Complex"
The Fall - "Lie Dream of a Casino Soul"
The Distributors - "T.V. Me"
Subway Sect - "Ambition"
The Art Objects - "Showing Off to Impress the Girls"
Cravats - "You're Driving Me Mad"
Bauhaus - "Dark Entries"
Tones on Tail - "Performance"
Love and Rockets - "The Game"
Peter Murphy - "Final Solution"
Dali's Car - "The Judgement is the Mirror"
Japan - "Communist China"
The Psychedelic Furs - "Sister Europe"
The Teardrop Explodes - "Treason"
The Sound - "Heyday"
The Moodists - "Gone Dead"
The Soft Boys - "Kingdom of Love"
Television Personalities - "How I Learned to Love the... Bomb"
The Debutantes - "The Man in the Street"
The Wedding Present - "Nobody's Twisting Your Arm"
The Jesus and Mary Chain - "Upside Down"

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Unfinished Business, Part 3 (1980s Post-Punk)

Here's the playlist for Part 3 of Unfinished Business (1980s Post-Punk), which was broadcast on Thursday, July 17, 2014:

Blurt - "My Mother Was a Friend of an Enemy of the People"
The Contortions - "I Don't Want to Be Happy"
Liquid Liquid - "Out"
Ike Yard - "Night After Night"
The Flying Lizards - "TV"
Lizzy Mercier Descloux - "It's You Sort Of"
The Nightingales - "Joking Apart"
The Pop Group - "Thief of Fire"
Biting Tongues - "Compressor"
Abwarts - "Computerstaat"
Cabaret Voltaire - "Nag Nag Nag"
Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark - "Messages"
Eyeless In Gaza - "Voice From the Tracks"
The Cleaners From Venus - "Urban Jungle"
Fad Gadget - "Collapsing New People"
Delta 5 - "Final Scene"
The Slits - "Newtown"
The Raincoats - "In Love"
Girls At Our Best - "Warm Girls"
Au Pairs - "We're So Cool"
Specimen - "Kiss Kiss Bang Bang"
Alien Sex Fiend - "I Walk the Line"
Sexbeat - "Sexbeat"
Sex Gang Children - "Sebastiane"
Howard Devoto - "Way Out of Shape"
Pete Shelley - "If You Ask Me (I Won't Say No)"
Flag of Convenience (Steve Diggle) - "Change"

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Unfinished Business, Part 2 (1980s Post-Punk)

Here's the playlist for Part 2 of Unfinished Business (1980s Post-Punk), which was broadcast on Thursday, July 10, 2014:

This Heat - "A New Kind of Water"
Diagram Brothers - "Bricks"
World Domination Enterprises - "Asbestos Lead Asbestos"
Urinals - "I'm A Bug"
MX-80 Sound - "Man On the Move"
Half Man Half Biscuit - "The Len Ganley Stance"
John Cooper Clarke - "Evidently Chickentown"
45 Grave - "Evil"
Christian Death - "Electra Descending"
Modern English - "Gathering Dust"
The Durutti Column - "A Silence"
The Lines - "Flood Bank"
Foetus (Scraping Foetus Off the Wheel) - "Clothes Hoist"
Chrome - "Firebomb"
Swans - "Half Life"
Scratch Acid - "Cannibal"
Sonic Youth + Lydia Lunch - "Death Valley '69"
Josef K - "Crazy to Exist"
Blue Orchids - "Bad Education"
XTC - "Meccanik Dancing (Oh We Go!)"
Talking Heads - "Cities"
Happy Mondays - "Tart Tart"
Buzzcocks - "I Believe"
Magazine - "A Song From Under the Floorboards"
Fire Engines - "(We Don't Need This) Fascist Groove Thang"

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Unfinished Business, Part 1 (1980s Post-Punk)

Over the past year or so, we've dedicated different series of Way Out broadcasts to the musical genres/movements of 1980s and early 1990s U.K. indie-pop, 1980s U.S. punk and hardcore, and shoegaze and its roots (among other topics). It seemed about time that we devoted an extensive series to one of our other favorite genres, and one that we constantly seemed to be skirting around with those other series: 1980s post-punk. Surely, we play post-punk music often within various other shows, but it's been awhile since we've delved deeply into the genre. And "post-punk" is an incredibly broad and diverse topic - not really a single genre so much as a category that includes a variety of genres and styles, from art punk, no wave, and dance punk to goth rock, industrial, darkwave, and synth-pop and new wave. So, we knew it was going to take quite a bit of time to provide an in-depth (although hardly comprehensive) survey of the genre.

Luckily, we have a 2-hour weekly slot throughout the summer. We decided to dedicate the entire month of July to the series: that's 5 shows, or 10 hours of radio, covering (mostly U.K.) post-punk music from the late 1970s and 1980s. Believe it or not, July is already over and there's still lots of great post-punk music that we didn't have a chance to play - so we'll likely continue this series for a couple more broadcasts in August. As is usual for us, the emphasis has been placed on more obscure artists, or lesser-known songs from more popular artists.

Here's the playlist for Part 1 of Unfinished Business (1980s Post-Punk), which was broadcast on Thursday, July 3, 2014:

Wire - "Two People in a Room"
Gang Of Four - "Natural's Not In It"
Public Image Ltd. - "Careering"
Crispy Ambulance - "Deaf"
Joy Division - "New Dawn Fades"
New Order - "Ceremony"
Killing Joke - "Change"
Virgin Prunes - "Pagan Lovesong"
Inca Babies - "The Interior"
Executive Slacks - "The Bus"
Ski Patrol - "Agent Orange"
Rema Rema - "Rema Rema"
Glaxo Babies - "Christine Keeler"
Manicured Noise - "Metronome"
Medium Medium - "Hungry, So Angry"
Theatre of Hate - "Do You Believe in Westworld?"
The Danse Society - "Woman's Own"
Red Lorry Yellow Lorry - "Monkey's On Juice"
Opposition - "Moving Targets"
The Stranglers - "Peaches"
Spherical Objects - "The Kill"
Minny Pops - "Dolphin's Spurt"
Spizzenergi - "Soldier Soldier"
Malaria - "Zarah"
Kleenex (LiLiPUT) - "Hedi's Head"
Disturbed - "I Don't Believe"
Family Fodder - "Savoir Faire"
Heaven 17 - "(We Don't Need This) Fascist Groove Thang"

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Nick Cave - Man or Myth?, Part 2

Here's the playlist for Part 2 of Nick Cave - Man or Myth?, which was broadcast on Thursday, June 26, 2014:

Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds - "Well of Misery"
Teenage Jesus and The Jerks - "Baby Doll"
The Triffids - "Lonely Stretch"
Dirty Three - "The Restless Waves"
The Wreckery - "Hometown Exile"
Conway Savage - "The Ones You Love"
Barry Adamson - "The Sweetest Embrace"
Mick Harvey (with Anita Lane & Nick Cave) - "I Love You... Nor Do I"
Lydia Lunch - "Done Dun"
Neko Case & Nick Cave - "She's Not There"
Perla Batalla, Julie Christensen & Nick Cave - "Suzanne"
Marianne Faithfull - "The Crane Wife"
The Jeffrey Lee Pierce Sessions Project (Debbie Harry & Nick Cave) - "Free to Walk"
Johnny Cash - "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry"
Current 93 - "All the Pretty Little Horses"
UNKLE - "Money and Run"
The Flaming Lips - "You, Man? Human???"
Dane Zanes & Friends - "Sweet Rosyanne"
Pulp - "Disco 2000 (Pub Rock Version)"
Shane MacGowan & Friends - "I Put a Spell On You"
Chris Coco - "Sunday Morning"
Gary Lucas - "And the Ass Saw the Angel"
The Ship Song Project - "The Ship Song"
The Boys Next Door - "These Boots Are Made for Walking"

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Nick Cave - Man or Myth?, Part 1

2014 is shaping up to be a landmark year for Nick Cave. His latest studio album, The Bad Seeds' Push the Sky Away - probably his best-received record in a decade - was actually released back in 2013. Nevertheless, the momentum behind the album continues to build. This summer Cave and The Bad Seeds embarked on a North American tour that has produced rave reviews. And an impressionistic documentary of Cave's life and work, 20,000 Days On Earth, has been making the rounds - special screenings even accompanied by solo performances from Cave in select cities.

Cave isn't really the type for nostalgic, sentimental reminiscence. After all, he's only 56-years-old, he's seemingly in good health, and he has remained steadily prolific over the course of his nearly 40-year career. If anything, he's only become more productive and versatile in the past decade. Nevertheless, there seems to be something of a Cave-aissance afoot, with the wider underground music world suddenly waking up and remembering Cave's brilliance and showering him with much-deserved love and appreciation.

We've been rabid Nick Cave fans here at The Way Out for more than two decades (well, Andrew has at least, Diana's slowly but steadily been coming around to his post-Birthday Party stuff). We always knew we were going to do a Cave-themed show in the lead-up to The Bad Seeds' June 20th concert in Milwaukee (for which we bought pre-sale tickets way back in November). We just didn't quite realize how expansive it was going to be become. In the end, we ended up spreading the show out across two weeks and four hours of radio. It was our goal to dig out some real rarities and obscurities, including lots of guest appearances, collaborations, and non-album tracks. In addition, we explored the Birthday Party and Bad Seeds family trees, tracing out some of the other music that Cave's bandmates have made over the years.

Here's the playlist for Part 1 of Nick Cave - Man or Myth?, which was broadcast on Thursday, June 19, 2014:

Boys Next Door - "After a Fashion"
The Birthday Party - "Hamlet"
Tuff Monks - "After the Fireworks"
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - "Loverman"
Shane MacGowan & Nick Cave - "What a Wonderful World"
Nick Cave & Dirty Three - "Time Jesum Transeuntum et Non Riverentum"
Grinderman - "Honey Bee (Let's Fly to Mars)"
Nick Cave (as Freak Storm) - "Mama's Boy" (from Johnny Suede)
Nick Cave - "To Be By Your Side"
Nick Cave & Warren Ellis - "The Proposition #1"
Anita Lane - "The World's a Girl"
The Witches (Ha-Mechashefot) - "Shivers"
Johnny Cash - "The Mercy Seat"
The Birthday Party - "Zoo-Music Girl"
These Immortal Souls - "Hey! Little Child"
Nikki Sudden - "Glass Eye"
Crime & The City Solution - "Six Bells Chime"
Rowland S. Howard - "The Golden Age of Bloodshed"
Mick Harvey - "October Boy"
Blue Ruin - "What a Hell'uva Woman"
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - "The Weeping Song"
Einsturzende Neubauten - "13 Loecher"
Magazine - "The Light Pours Out of Me"
Die Haut - "Truck Love"
The Gun Club - "Walkin' With the Beast"
The Cramps - "The Natives Are Restless"

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Scot Rock, Part 2

Here's the playlist for Part 2 of Scot Rock, which was broadcast on Thursday, June 12, 2014:

Franz Ferdinand - "Darts of Pleasure"
1990s - "Arcade Precinct"
Frightened Rabbit - "Fast Blood"
The Phantom Band - "Folk Song Oblivion"
AC Acoustics - "She's With Stars"
Josef K - "The Missionary"
The Orchids - "It's Only Obvious"
Aztec Camera - "Oblivious"
The Golden Dawn - "George Hamilton's Dead"
The Wake - "Talk About the Past"
Jesse Garon & The Desperadoes - "The Rain Fell Down"
Spare Snare - "As a Matter of Fact"
Urusei Yatsura - "Plastic Ashtray"
Ballboy - "You Can't Spend Your Whole Life Hanging Around with Arseholes"
Hidden Masters - "Nobody Knows That We're Here"
Alasdair Roberts - "The Cruel Mother"
Del Amitri - "Sticks and Stones, Girl"
Simple Minds - "Changeling"
Strawberry Switchblade - "Let Her Go"
The Bluebells - "I'm Falling"
The Pearlfishers - "New Stars"
Life Without Buildings - "Young Offenders"
There Will Be Fireworks - "River"
Aereogramme - "Nightmares"
Looper - "Up a Tree Again"
Edwyn Collins - "Forsooth"
The Pastels - "Nothing to Be Done"
Teenage Fanclub - "Everything Flows"
The Jesus & Mary Chain - "Sidewalking"

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Scot Rock, Part 1

For our first two broadcasts in June, we decided to turn our attention to the country of Scotland and its rich heritage of underground rock music.

Here's the playlist for Part 1 of Scot Rock, which was broadcast on Thursday, June 5, 2014:

The Jesus and Mary Chain - "The Hardest Walk"
Orange Juice - "Wan Light"
The Pastels - "Truck Train Tractor"
Teenage Fanclub - "Alcoholiday"
This Poison! - "The Great Divide"
APB - "Shoot You Down"
Mogwai - "Summer"
Arab Strap - "Kate Moss"
The Twilight Sad - "Talking With Fireworks / Here, It Never Snowed"
The Beta Band - "Needles In My Eyes"
Django Django - "Storm"
The Vaselines - "Sex Sux (Amen)"
Captain America (Eugenius) - "Flame On"
BMX Bandits - "E102"
The Delgados - "4th Channel"
The Soup Dragons - "Head Gone Astray"
Primal Scream - "All Fall Down"
Close Lobsters - "A Prophecy"
Fire Engines - "Get Up and Use Me"
Biff Bang Pow! - "Love's Going Out of Fashion"
Meat Whiplash - "Don't Slip Up"
The Happy Family - "Puritans"
The Rezillos - "Top of the Pops"
Altered Images - "Dead Pop Stars"
Skids - "Into the Valley"
Shop Assistants - "All Day Long"
Dog Faced Hermans - "Les Femme et Les Filles Vont Danser"
Lung Leg - "Maid to Minx"
Idlewild - "Satan Polaroid"

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Spring Cleaning

As we were doing some literal spring cleaning around the house recently (an accumulated couple springs's worth of cleaning, to be perfectly honest), it occurred to us that The Way Out's metaphorical house could use a bit of tidying up too. That is, for every show we broadcast, there are almost always at least a few songs we selected but weren't able play, usually due to time constraints. We really belabor our playlists. For every hour of music you hear on the radio, we probably pulled at least another hour's worth of music that had to get cut. Over the course of any given week, we keep whittling the playlist down until we have exactly an hour's worth come Thursday night. But often, there are still a few extra songs we just can't bear to part with completely. They're not the dregs; they're great songs that, in a perfect world, belong in the regular broadcast. We cling to them, somehow hoping that 60-minutes will miraculously turn into 65-, or 70-, or 75-minutes. Alas, that never happens. The end result is that we have all these great songs saved up, most of which never make it onto the air.

So, to christen the start of our weekly 2-hour-long summer slot (every Thursday 10pm-midnight), we figured why not begin by looking back at the recent past? For this week's show, then, we threw together a set full of the odds-and-ends which were leftover from some of our spring shows: An Arty Punky Sort of Pop, Also On Dischord, The Dan Deacon Show, 1990s Garage Punk, The Roots of Shoegaze.

Here's the playlist for our 2-hour Thursday, May 29, 2014, broadcast:

Jonathan Richman - "That Summer Feeling"
French Toast - "The Letter"
Edie Sedgwick - "Anthony Perkins"
Title Tracks - "Every Little Bit Hurts"
Soccer Team - "Traffic Patterns"
Holy Rollers - "Perfect Sleeper"
Candy Machine - "Macrobat"
Cabaret Voltaire - "The Operative"
Talking Heads - "Don't Worry About the Government"
Brian Eno - "King's Lead Hat"
Volcano Suns - "Jak"
Bongwater - "What's Big in England Now?"
Momus - "Lucky Like St. Sebastian"
Daniel Johnston - "Devil Town"
Trans Am - "Arcadia"
Need New Body - "Hot Shot"
Dan Deacon - "Red F"
Supersuckers - "She's My Bitch"
The Go - "Keep On Trash"
Holly Golightly - "Run Cold"
Supercharger - "Cindy Lou"
The Humpers - "Up Yer Heart"
Impala - "The Scratch"
Bauhaus - "Kingdom's Coming"
Love and Rockets - "The Dog-end of a Day Gone By"
Echo & The Bunnymen - "Seven Seas"
Ultra Vivid Scene - "Mercy Seat"
Husker Du - "59 Times the Pain"
Dinosaur Jr. - "Little Fury Things"
The Rain Parade - "I Look Around"
The Church - "Tantalized"

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Psych & What Not

We were in Texas a couple weeks back for the Austin Psych Fest, which put us on a psych music listening bent recently. For this week's broadcast, we decided to revisit some of the artists who gave our favorite performances of the festival (Bo Ningen, Kikagaku Moyo, White Hills, Destruction Unit, Pink Mountaintops, Dead Meadow, Moon Duo, Earthless, The Brian Jonestown Massacre), along with a few of our perennial favorites of the genre (Clinic, The Warlocks, Oneida, Comets On Fire, Spacemen 3, Swans) and a few other notables (Hookworms, White Noise Sound, Dungen, Goat).

This is only a loosely themed playlist. Some of these tracks veer into post-rock and noise rock terrain, but they all fit together well enough. And it being the end of the semester at WSUM, we were able to pick up an extra hour, enabling us to add in a few extended jams. (By the way, The Way Out will be taking the Thursday 10pm-midnight slot all summer.)

Here's the playlist for our 2-hour long Thursday, May 15, 2014, broadcast:

Pink Mountaintops - "New Teenage Mutilation"
The Brian Jonestown Massacre - "Memory Camp"
The Brian Jonestown Massacre - "Wisdom"
The Warlocks - "We Need Starpower"
Clinic - "See-Saw"
Spacemen 3 - "Revolution"
Bo Ningen - "Chitei Ningen Mogura"
White Noise Sound - "There Is No Tomorrow"
Hookworms - "I Have Some Business Out West"
Destruction Unit - "The Holy Ghost"
Comets On Fire - "The Swallow's Eye"
Kikagaku Moyo - "Kodama"
Goat - "Disco Fever"
Dungen - "Gor Det Nu"
Oneida - "Black Chamber"
Dead Meadow - "Rains in the Desert"
Swans - "A Little God in My Hands"
Moon Duo - "Rolling Out"
Gnod & White Hills - "Run-A-Round"
Earthless - "Equus October" [segment]

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