July 19th, 2010

Song Artist Album
As We Walk to Fenway Park In Boston Town Jonathan Richman Fever Pitch (Music from the Motion Picture)
Steppin Up M.I.A. MAYA
Design For Living Meat Beat Manifesto Archive Things 1982-1988
Man-Size PJ Harvey Rid Of Me
West Coast Serenade Palmdale Get Wasted – EP
Sandpaper Blues Joe Strummer and The Mescaleros Rock Art & The X-Ray Style
3 Balloons Stephen Lynch 3 Balloons
Sigesang Download Furnace
Little Red Corvette Prince 1999
Hotel Yorba The White Stripes White Blood Cells
Tonight I’m Gonna Rock You Tonight Spinal Tap This Is Spinal Tap
LT 94 Scorn Refuse; Start Fires
Love Like Ours Elastica The Menace
Werewolves Of London Warren Zevon Excitable Boy
Warning Sign Talking Heads The Name of This Band Is Talking Heads
Coalinga Love Faxed Head Chiropractic
Two Silver Trees Calexico Live in Nuremberg (Free Download!)
Delta-V Squarepusher Just A Souvenir
Cruel Shoes Steve Martin Comedy Is Not Pretty
No, You Don’t Nine Inch Nails The Fragile
Your Revolution The Qemists Your Revolution
Knock Out Eileen (L L Cool J vs. Dexy’s Midnight Runners) lobsterdust djlobsterdust.com
Alberto Balsalm (Steel Drum Version) Conservatory of Music, Univ. of Cincinatti THE INTERNET
Only an Expert Laurie Anderson Homeland
Wat Kyk Jy? Die Antwoord 5 – EP
High And Dry Amanda Palmer Amanda Palmer Performs The Popular Hits Of Radiohead On Her Magical Ukulele
St. Elmos Fire (Man In Motion) John Parr Hit Singles 1980-1988

Tonight’s Tracklist (20100712)

Song Artist Album
Knotty Pine Dirty Projectors + David Byrne Dark Was The Night (Red Hot Compilation)
The Crab Song Faith No More Live in Milano, Italy (12/17/1992)
Rat Is Dead (Rage) CSS Donkey
Surf Solar Fuck Buttons Tarot Sport
Deceptacon Le Tigre Le Tigre
Assault On Babylon Thievery Corporation Sounds From The Thievery Hi-Fi
Jungle Love The Time Ice Cream Castle
Hit For Cheese Add N To (X) Add Insult To Injury
twin peaks mc chris april fools 2010
!Get up, punk! 0200 hrs. (Joint Special Operations Task Force) General Patton & The X-Ecutioners General Patton & The X-Ecutioners
Toasted dub Jack Dangers ¡Hello Friends!
Daft Punk Is Playing At My House LCD Soundsystem LCD Soundsystem
I Drove All Night Cyndi Lauper Twelve Deadly Cyns…And Then Some
Tick Tick Boom The Hives The Black and White album
I Want You Back (Z-Trip Remix) Jackson 5 Motown Remixed
In Liverpool Suzanne Vega 99.9 F°
All My Heroes Are Weirdos !!! Myth Takes
Hang On To Yourself David Bowie Bowie At The Beeb
Don’t Try Suicide Queen The Game
Acid Tongue Jenny Lewis Acid Tongue
Watching The Wheels John Lennon Double Fantasy [Bonus Tracks]
Separate Ways (Worlds Apart) Journey Journey’s Greatest Hits
Sour Cherry The Kills Midnight Boom
Pennsylvania Bloodhound Gang Hefty Fine
Jersey Girl Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band Live 1975-85
An Open Letter To NYC Beastie Boys To The 5 Boroughs
Connecticut’s For Fucking Jesus H Christ and The Four Hornsmen of the Apocalypse Jesus H Christ and The Four Hornsmen Of The Apocalypse
Dirty Water (Unreleased) Standells The Live Ones 6 Tracks
Time Bomb Old 97’s Hit By a Train – The Best of Old 97’s

grahams’ completely normal radio programme goes public!

For a bit more than 2 years I’ve been doing a mostly-weekly streaming internet radio show called “grahams’ completely normal radio programme“. Since I kept it private amongst a small group of friends, while you may have heard me mention it on occasion, you most likely haven’t listened to it. Starting this Monday at 10pm EDT, I’m taking the show public (and legit). You can find the details to tune in over at LoudCity.

The format is a commercial-free mish-mash of music I’m into, which crosses quite a few genres. I’m live on mic, and have been known to have guests in-studio or over Skype. I try to briefly review movies I have seen with the film club. I have real equipment. I have run contests. I have world premiered music. I usually manage to keep technical screw-ups to a minimum. I even have a terrible auto-tuned theme song that will get stuck in your head.

As you may be thinking, having all of this going on for an audience of fewer than a dozen people started to seem a little ludicrous. So I decided to figure out a way to conform to the complicated streaming royalty system, and ultimately settled on using the LoudCity platform so I didn’t have to do any hard work. The only catch is that in order to be covered under their royalty agreements, I need to have all of the links to the stream hosted on their domain. Which is why the above link will redirect you from dosburros.com to their site.

Obviously the programme’s web presence is limited right now. I’ve been mulling this decision for a few months but the decision to actually pull the trigger and get it done happened while floating on the Party Barge Regency Edition this weekend. In addition to the (currently) terrible webpage, you can follow the show on Twitter at @radioprogramme.

The people who have been listening for the past few years have told me it’s a good show. I hope you’ll think so too. Tune in one of these upcoming Mondays and let me know what you think. At a minimum you’ll be able to make fun of me for such a colossal waste of time.