Thee Oh Sees
This episode is sort of a recap of 2012, plus some brand new music and some older stuff that I kept listening to throughout 2012. But first, what better way to kick of this holiday edition of Wiretap Music on BTR than with two Bay Area metal legends: High on Fire and Neurosis.
00:00 Latola 00:45 Lifetime - S U R F I N G 04:07 So Many Details - Toro Y Moi 08:49 Cellphone - Hooray For Earth 11:00 Actium - Aphex Twin 18:36 In Two - Blue Hawaii 22:01 In Two (pt. II) - Blue Hawaii 24:44 Fixed - Ava Luna 28:11 Rabbit Habits - Man Man 31:03 Latola 32:57 La Beasta - Says She's Ms. Blat 35:30 Original Stylee - King Tubby, Prince Jammy and Scientist 39:44 Turning Still - Murals 42:39 So Nice - Thee Oh Sees 46:27 The Kiss - Trevor Jones and Randy Adelman 49:15 Rock Bottom Riser - Billy Callahan 56:08 My Sound - Squarepusher 62:25 Latola 63:39 Child of Glass - Sam Flax 68:12 Glow - Charli XCX 71:06 Big Gundown - Ennio Morricone 73:29 Mine Tonight - Dum Dum Girls 76:49 Sunbeam Show - Candy Claws 80:51 Warm Forest Floor - Candy Claws 83:59 See Thru To U (feat. Erykah Badu) - Flying Lotus 86:53 Until The Quiet Comes - Flying Lotus 89:04 DMT Song (feat. Thundercat) - Flying Lotus 90:23 The Nightcaller - Flying Lotus 93:52 Only If You Wanna - Flying Lotus 94:12 Latola 95:35 Hit the Spot - S U R F I N G 99:26 Finish ("Deep Fantasy" art) S U R F I N G Live: no shows, they working on 2nd album ("Anything In Return" art) Toro Y Moi Live: 01-16 Istanbul, Turkey - Babylon 01-18 Athens, Greece - Bios 01-19 Bucharest, Romania - Roman Arenas 01-20 Dublin, Ireland - The Button Factory 01-22 London, UK - Village Underground 01-23 Paris, France - Trabendo 01-24 Amsterdam, Netherlands - MC Theater 01-25 Berlin, Germany - Comet Club 01-26 Vienna, Austria - FM4 Festival 01-30 Phoenix, AZ - The Crescent Ballroom 01-31 El Paso, TX - Tricky Falls 02-01 Dallas, TX - Trees 02-02 Austin, TX - Emo's East 02-04 Houston, TX - Fitzgerald's 02-05 New Orleans, LA - One Eyed Jacks 02-06 Atlanta, GA - Masquerade (Heaven Stage) 02-08 Carrboro, NC - Cat's Cradle 02-09 Richmond, VA - The National 02-10 Washington, DC - 9:30 Club 02-11 Philadelphia, PA - Union Transfer 02-13 New York, NY - Webster Hall 02-15 Boston, MA - Paradise 02-16 Montreal, Quebec - Club Soda 02-17 Toronto, Ontario - Lee's Palace 02-19 Chicago, IL - Metro 02-20 Minneapolis, MN - Fine Line Music Cafe 02-21 Lawrence, KS - The Granada Theatre 02-23 Denver, CO - Bluebird Theater 02-24 Salt Lake City, UT - Urban Lounge 02-26 Vancouver, British Columbia - Biltmore Cabaret 02-27 Seattle, WA - The Crocodile 02-28 Portland, OR - Wonder Ballroom 03-03 Los Angeles, CA - The Fonda Theatre ("On A Passing Cloud" art) Murals Live: no shows planned ("End of Daze" EP) Dum Dum Girls Live: Dec 6 at Fox Theater in Oakland, CA Dec 7 at Hollywood Palladium in Hollywood, CA Dec 8 at The Observatory in Santa Ana, CA Dec 9 at Marquee Theatre in Tempe, AZ ("Until The Quiet Comes") Flying Lotus Live: Nov 16 at The Troxy in London, UK Nov 23 at Electraglide Festival in Tokyo, Japan Nov 24 at Electraglide Festival in Osaka, Japan Dec 9 at UR1 Festival in Miami, FL Dec 12 at Trinumeral at King Plow Arts Center in Atlanta, GA
Lots of new Bay Area music folks: Thee Oh Sees, Silian Rail, Moon Duo, Social Studies, Sonny & The Sunsets, Agent Ribbons, and lots more. Enjoy!
Listen to my conversation with David Levesque (of Levek), recorded outside Pianos on October 20th
DJ Wynn digs up a Halloween mix that features Dead Man's Bones, Eternal Summers, Action Bronson, and Meyhem Lauren
Latola talks about the haps on BTR Today. Then, a conversation with DJ Wynn (recorded Saturday night on Graham Avenue in Bushwick) touching upon music, the Frajil Movie Project and Nicolas Jaar.
Erik Gundel. Levek. Thee Oh Sees. Isles. Four Tet. Nerve City. Guantanamo Baywatch. Three Trapped Tigers. GSSTOAK. Twerps. And more, so much more...
Thee Oh Sees. Orcas. Autechre. Ty Segall. White Fence. Levek. Hundred Waters. Cuckoo Chaos. Man Man. Slow Magic. Mount Kimbie. Azealia Banks. Sufjan Stevens. Grizzly Bear. Night Panther. And more...
Grizzly Bear. Four Tet. Stumbleine. Thee Oh Sees. Ombre. Night Panther. Grimes. Kwes. The Helio Sequence. Heems. Beautiful Lou. Grass Widow. And more...
Latola has fun with Meat & Vegetable samples. Then he talks about Grizzly Bear and Thee Oh Sees, at length.
Grizzly Bear, Animal Collective, Thee Oh Sees, Night Panther, Lymbyc Systym, Ape School, CocoRosie, The Avalanches, Daniel Rossen, The Orwells, Peaking Lights, Chrome Sparks and more
Music a la Four Tet, S U R F I N G, Zorch, John Maus, Thee Oh Sees, Miro Belle, Glam Shell, Lymbyc Systm, Night Manager, Ty Segall Band, Whirr, Stagnant Pools and more
Latola celebrates Journalism Week on BTR Today. Also, a new interview with Farzad Houshiarnejad, one half of Night Panther (recorded at their recent show at Santo's Party House). And Thee Oh Sees have a new album out, let's explore.
DJ Wynn delivers his Summertime Mixtape Vol.1 which features ice cream scoops from Charles Bradley, El Guincho, Thee Oh Sees, Action Bronson, and Childish Gambino
Grass Widow. Thee Oh Sees. Dope Body. Hot Chip. Ty Segall Band. Zorch. SpaceGhostPurrp. Com Truise. Kurt Vile. Suuns. And more...
This episode of Wiretap Music on BTR, we've got so much new music from the Bay Area that you aren't going to believe it. Doseone, James & Evander, Silian Rail, Birds & Batteries, Ty Segall -- and it don't stop there.
What a wonderful Rock Show this could be
Lower Dens. Beach House. St. Vincent. Jacaszek. CFCF. Cities Aviv. Mark Ernestus vs Konono No. 1. Thee Oh Sees. Women. And more...
Zorch. Boogie Boarder. Mind Spiders. Wavves. Thee Oh Sees. Tame Impala. Women. Fol Chen. Choir of Young Believers. And so much more...
DJ Wynn offers a set filled with artists appearing at SXSW this week. His favorites include his good luck charm Oberhofer, the relentless energy of Thee Oh Sees, and the smoove stylings of Ava Luna
Ava Luna. Thee Oh Sees. Chad Valley. Candy Claws. Scott Deada. Sepalcure. Dead Ships. Paula. Purity Ring. Shit Robot. El Guincho. And more...
It's a special Noise Pop 20 edition of Wiretap Music on BTR! Noise Pop is a San Francisco music festival now in it's 20th year, and it's always had strong representation by local SF bands, so I figured I'd play you some of the SF bands playing this year's Noise Pop. We've got Papercuts, The Dodos, Young Prisms, Emily Jane White, James & Evander -- and so much more!
Anthony Rubino is a painter, teacher, and works part time with ice sculptors. He tells us about working at a steel mill and how he incorporated his artistry into the job. We'll also hear about his time at three different art schools and how he grades art
The Hunches. Grimes. Lower Dens. Heems. Spanish Prisoners. Destroyer. Nicolas Jaar. Aphex Twin. of Montreal. And more...
Lower Dens. Thee Oh Sees. Psychedelic Horseshit. Celia Cruz. Washed Out. Wild Yaks. Chad Valley. Manu Dibango.Youth Lagoon. And more...
For Wednesday, January 18th, we revisit a conversation Latola recorded with George Langford and Tom Van Buskirk of Javelin at SXSW 2010.
Today I speak with artist Perry Bard about her participatory crowd-sourced film: Man With a Movie Camera, The Global Remake. The piece is exactly what the title suggests -- a re-imagining of Soviet filmmaker Dziga Vertov's 1929 experimental documentary: Man With a Movie Camera. Vertov conceived of his film as an attempt to use, what was then the relatively new medium of cinema, to communicate real life events without the help of intertitles, a story, or theater of any kind.
Kickin 2012 off right with new Thee Oh Sees, Mwahaha, Evacuee, Al Lover, and more.
Thee Oh Sees. Flying Lotus. King Khan And The Shrines. Frankie Rose. Teengirl Fantasy. Candy Claws. Oneohtrix Point Never. And more...
We've all been on Google Earth and used it's satellite view or street view tools to get directions, find our way around a new city or just explore. My guest, artist Jenny Odell, has taken these tools a step further to use them as the subject of her work. Jenny scrolls around Google Satellite View collecting images of uniquely man-made structures -- like swimming pools, parking lots and landfills --- and arranges them on large prints, a way of re-examining the human-built landscape from the very inhuman perspective of a satellite's remote camera.
Today's show features some quality time with the Nicolas Jaar album, Space Is Only Noise, and an interview with BTR's Program Director Chris Hatzis who shares his first music memory