Rejoice, ye pagans and heathens writhing in rituals unknown!

For some reason all three members of the Psychoacoustics collective--Reverend Velveteen, Father Angus, and Bad Sister Heidi--are in a damn FINE mood this evening. Our musical choices reflect this euphoria, which we hope to impart to you all in case you're lacking for an excuse to celebrate.

Robert Mitchum - What's This Generation Coming To? - Scamp: Passport to Excitement
Mucca Pazza - Alarm! - Demo
Califone - Pink&Sour - [Roots & Crowns]
Persephone's Bees - Nice Day - Notes from the Underworld
Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings - What Have You Done for Me Lately? - Dap Dippin' with...
Golden Death Music - Morning Sun, Mourning Song - Ephemera Blues
Nick Cave - John the Revelator - The Harry Smith Project I
Marianne Faithfull - Spike Driver Blues - The Harry Smith Project II
The Paybacks - Painkiller - Love, Not Reason
Uriah Heep - Rainbow Demon - Demons and Wizards
The Cramps - Drug Train - Bad Music for Bad People
The Mooney Suzuki - In a Young Man's Mind - Electric Sweat
Iggy Pop - Mask - Mask EP

Nude Disks @ Nine!
BORAT - tracks 2, 13, 18 - Stereophonic Musical Listenings That Have Been Origin in Moving Film BORAT
The Fucking Ocean - tracks 2, 4, 10 - La Mer Rouge
The Skintones - tracks 1, 2, 5 - This Is Science

Pilot Scott Tracy - Just Like You - We Cut Loose!
Bloodhound Gang - Foxtrot Uniform Charlie Kilo - Hefty Fine
Haze XXL - Going to the Beach - We Will Bury You: A Tribute to Killdozer

Two Screaming Asian Boys - The Ultimate Homo - Two Screaming Asian Boys
The Hour of Slack #1071


Jab @ BZT said...

We're groovin' on the digs this fine evening. The ads for Borat annoyed the fuck out of me but you've made me interested. Not that I'm surprised. You three unusual eendividuals have made me interested in all sorts of strange and depraved things. Grazie.

Oh, me mate Jenny wants to know where the "It's All In Your Mind" can be streamed. She said you said last week it'd be up somewhere for 2 weeks. I looked for days on end last night for that and couldn't find shit. Any help?


FrAngus said...

Hey! Thanks for the good word, youse guys. We are gratified that our show has helped corrupt you in a most delightful way.

Here's where to find that Negativland cut online: Go to www.kfai.org and then navigate to Archives/Friday Night/Freeform. If you go now, click on the most recent show there and that's it. Enjoy!

Fr. A. for the Collective

Jab @ BZT said...

Thank you with bunches of beauty rock cheese and clive prisms!

Perhaps you, or at least one of you would find some enjoyment aurally with our weekly music thingamajig.

You're regular weekly zombies,
Jeff & Jenny

Feh23 said...

It takes me a long time to get to comments. However, if you are still reading J&J, please be assured you were not hearing "advertising" for Borat. No money exchanged hands, the discussion was completely our own and influenced only by my having paid to see the film and wanting to discuss it on-air with my comrades.

Psychoacoustics said...

Aw right! Comments! Bring 'em on, I say.

As far as the advertizing for Borat goes, I took it to mean that the ads they're seeing EVERYWHERE ELSE were annoying...not what we said about it on-air. Do correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't think anyone equates our waxing rhapsodic over things we enjoy with annoying ads.

Thanks for the online conversation and hope you got a chance to check out the show last night! It is up on our archive server for the next two weeks if you want to hear it.

Rev. Velveteen