21 January 2017 (Tribute to National Women’s Marches)

In honor of the national and Portland Women’s Marches this edition of What’s This Called? featured all female artists and female led groups. With only an hour to fill, many, many, many artists I would have loved to fit in are not here. 

LISTEN HERE!

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Playlist: Artist – “Song” – Album or Source

Miss Murgatroid – “Dolls Inside the Walls” – Myoclonic Melodies

Pauline Oliveros – “The Fool’s Circle” – Crone Music

Cyclopsycho – “Snatch” – Bandcamp

Emma Tricca – “Winter, My Dear” – The Wire Tapper 42

Mecca Normal – “Strong White Male” – Jarred Up

Teenage Jesus & the Jerks – “Race Mixing” – Everything

Motion Sickness of Time Travel – “Casting a Spell” – Ladyz in Noyz 3

Morgenstern – “Looking Down a Hill” – The Different Faces;

Cyoakha Grace O’ Manion – “Ride It ‘Til the End” – Unknown Music from Dream-Quest of Kadath

Hobby Knife – “Mew (Wisconsin)” Ladyz in Noyz 3

The Waiters – “Cast a Shadow in My Direction” – Before Using

Julie Ruin – A Place Called Won’t Be There” – Julie Ruin

Joan Jett and the Blackhearts – “Everybody Needs a Hero” – Unvarnished

Angel-11 – “Heartbleeds” – SadoDamascus Winter Copulation 2016

Stereolab – “The Stars Our Destination” – Mars Audiac Quintet

Sea Charms – “Shift262” – SadoDamascus Winter Copulation 2016

 

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About Ricardo Wang

I began doing Public/Community/College radio at KUGS FM in Bellingham, WA in 1985 and was there until 1987. I spent 10 years at KAOS FM in Olympia, WA from 1993-2003 including a one year stint as Music Director. During that entire time, I did the What's This Called? program, at times for as long as 6 hours in a single night! I've been doing the show at KPSU since 2005 and they will have to pry it from my cold dead hands to get me to stop. I started the Olympia Experimental Music Festival in 1995 and have been playing music off and on in the Dead Air Fresheners since 1997. I'm thrilled to be on the air and the internet at KPSU and part of such an exciting community of creative folks.

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