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Exprimntlst Radio Episode 11: Your New Masters
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Publish-date-icon October 2, 2012
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Diving into my vinyl collection a bit we start with the intro to Moonlight Music And You by Laura Green merged into The Bush By Mike Mainieri off his 1968 album Journey Thru An Electric Tube interrupted by Miles Davis telling off an unsatisfied crowd mixed into Andrey Rubtsov's compsition Sadness played behind Mr. Blue by Clear Light off their 1967 self titled album going directly into Brotherhood of Death by Apollo Sunshine from their 2008 album Shall Noise Upon. This brings us into a mostly inaudible argument over whether the logical next step for humans is racial cleansing or free hugs being played over HLD3 by metal krautrock band Cave from their album Hunt Like Devil/JAMZ released in 2007. Next we have Kiss My Smack from French noise surfers Catholic Spray from their 2011 album Amazon Hunt, which drifts off into a combined song featuring drum and bass duo JFK Didn't Even See It Coming playing their epic London Tussin' '62 which can be found free on their bandcamp layed over Dracula's Chauffeur Wants More by psych rockers Luger, which drifts off at the end behind Jackson Head by Boris from their 2011 album Heavy Rocks (Purple). Next we have classic sexism portrayed in an old Folgers commercial that doubles as a set up for the epic mountain of a song playing behind it called Church of Anthrax by John Cale & Terry Riley from their collaborative album of the same name released in 1971. This is mixed with some needed points of clarity given by the late, great Bertrand Russell and brings us to the end of Church of Anthrax which features an overlay of Steve's Jam by Bow Street Runners from their self titled album back in 1969. This drifts off into a scene of despair taken from an episode of Dr Who, that drifts off back into the outro for Steve's Jams going right back into a warning to save to your life into the song Maccabre from a 2010 demo by another great French band called Dusty Mush flying through their off kilter garage surf style merging into a classic warning of the future to come by Sesame Street creeped on by It's The New Dark Ages by Dan Melchior's Broke Revue from their album O,Clouds Unfold! from 2008 that drifts into an old capitalist propaganda cartoon disquised as a warning against the evils of socialism cut into Bill Maher giving his 2 cents being played over another epic track, this time a true psychedelic mammoth called Hellmouth from the 2009 album Subterranean Ritual by Midday Veil. Mixed in we find Jack Nicholson giving a proper response over an actual conversation between Rep. Jared Polis from Colorado and the Head of the DEA, Michele Leonhart mixed into a track by Mira Belle from a free album on bandcamp. We then find ourselves learning about the evils of hating each other and using foul language. Well at least my version of it. This all leads into a special cover song by Eliza Doolittle recorded acoustically backstage at a show and will remain nameless to keep some suspense until heard. Enjoy.

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