Suburban Dance Radio for June 2, 2020
Suburban Dance Radio is on every even Tuesday on KOWS Community Radio 92.5 FM in Santa Rosa, CA at 8pm up in Sonoma County and streaming online. I am archiving shows on Mixcloud about a week later. Shows will also appear for up to a month on my SoundCloud page.
The soundtrack to your suburban existence. Mix that pitcher of Log Island Ice Tea and fire up the grill. It’s time to relax to a solid blend of post punk, jazz, funk, experimental, hip hop, blues, dub, noise rock and more. Sounds from across the ages and around the planet. Specializing in rare cuts that look good next to the condiment trolley.
Music played (official sites, download links, videos and more in links):
Funkadelic – Brettino’s Bounce
The Residents with Black Francis – Die! Die! Die!
Sleaford Mods – Second
Einstürzende Neubauten – Zivilisatorisches Missgeschick
Dennis Bovell and Spahni’s Dub Dancers – Champion
J Zone and the Du Rites – Pigeon Spikes
Kamasi Washington – The Rhythm Changes
Jim White and Marisa Anderson – The Gathering from The Quickening
Scenario Rock – Scenario Rock
Rammellzee – Cheesy Lipstick – New Yorker profile
The Go! Team – Bottle Rocket
Mark Ronson with Sean Paul and Tweet – International Affair
Bonus video: Sean Paul: A Life In Riddims
Lee Scratch Perry – Stay Dread
Flying Lotus – Camera Day
The Screamers – If I Can’t Have What I Want, I Don’t Want Anything – Live video
Klaxons – Gravity’s Rainbow
KOKOKO! – Malembe
Fulu Miziki – Fulu Muziki : Muinboya Moyo – YouTube
Your host is Marc Arsenault AKA dj gritboy. Member of the groups Brown Cuts Neighbors (with Lady Starlight and Jason “Wolfman” Martin) and San Francisco-based sound system nickname: Rebel. Former editor of the Vaughn Bodé library for Fantagraphics Books. Draws the comic “The Stupid Pages”. Proprietor of the art | music | video studio Wow Cool since 1988.
Musicians out there. PLEASE send me your sounds. Anyone who wants to do an exclusive session, interview, collaboration, guest mix or sound project, please hit me up. Don’t be shy.
Photo is Rammellzee and Shockdell live at The Kitchen, New York City 1987. Copyright © 1987 Marc Arsenault