Playlist: 10.12.17 (KSPC)

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Liars “Proud Evolution” from “Sisterworld”
Joanna Newsom “Spooks” from “Inherent Vice OST”
Dick Kent “Maker of Smooth Music” from “American Song Poem Anthology”
Shogun Kunitoki “Riddarholmen” from “Vinonaamakasio”
The I.L.Y’s “Gargoyle” from “Bodyguard”
Deerhoof “Desaparecere” from “Milk Man”
BJ Snowden “In Canada” from “Songs in the Key of Z”
Nightman “Nightman theme” from “Nightman theme”
Cobra “Cobra Theme” from “Cobra Theme”
Bobbi Blake “I Like Yellow Things” from “American Song Poem Anthology”
The State “The State Theme” from “The State Theme”
Stella “Stella Theme” from “Stella Theme”
Blossom “Blossom Theme” from “Blossom Theme”
At the Drive-In “Rascuache” from “Vaya – EP”
TV On the Radio “staring at the Sun” from “Desperate Youth, blood thirsty babes”
Tobacco “Warlock Mary” from “Sweatbox Dynasty”
Bill Joy “How Long Are You Staying” from “The American Song-Poem Anthology”
ABC News “ABC News Theme 1989” from “ABC News Theme 1989”
Shadow Chasers “Shadow Chasers Theme” from “Shadow Chasers Theme”
Michael Hoenig “Max Headroom Theme” from “Max Headroom Theme”
Mission Impossible “Mission Impossible Theme” from “Mission Impossible Theme”
Spenser for Hire “Theme from Spenser: For Hire / Spenser” from “Theme from Spenser: For Hire / Spenser”
Unsolved Mysteries “Unsolved Mysteries Theme” from “Unsolved Mysteries Theme”
Baywatch “Baywatch Theme” from “Baywatch Theme”
Ho99o9 “Day of Vengeance” from “Horrors of 1999 – EP”
Enylobe “untitled 2” from “Liji”
Apprentice Destroyer “The Cloud Fortress” from “Glass Ceiling Universe”
Indian Agent “All Over Town (feat. Budo)” from “Meditations in the Key of Red”
The Shaggs “Philosophy of the World” from “Philosophy Of The World”
Jandek “You Can Stop Now” from “Living In A Moon So Blue”
Rod, Rod + The MSR Singers & The MSR Singers “Beat of the Traps” from “American Song Poem Anthology”
Leg Work “Leg Work Theme” from “Leg Work Theme”
Com Truise “Ephemeron” from “Iteration”
Harold Faltermeyer “Beverly Hills Cop Theme” from “Beverly Hills Cop Theme”
DALMACIO VON DIAMOND “Suffer” from “The People in Your Neighborhood Disc 1”
Brainiac “ride” from “Smack Bunny Baby”
Joe Goddard “Nothing Moves” from “Electric Lines (Deluxe Version)”
Deerhoof “C” from “Milk Man”

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Szeanpauul’s Drawing


90’s TV Theme Show Tournament Challenge Competition Champions

PERFECT STRANGERS, (from left): Bronson Pinchot, Mark Linn-Baker, 1986-93. © Lorimar Television / Courtesy: Everett Collection

Congratulations to Perfects Strangers, 2nd place winner of the the TV Theme Song Showdown Competition Tournament. Also congrats to Hangin’ with Mr Cooper (3rd) place and the 1st place winner Twin Peaks. But mostly congrats to Perfect Strangers.

2nd Place – Perfect Strangers

3rd Place – Hangin’ With Mr. Cooper

1st place – Twin Peaks


90’s TV Show Theme Song Showdown

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Here’s 90’s TV Show Theme Song Showdown brackets
Listen at 88.7fm Claremont //// www.kspc.org

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Patrick Hernandez “Born To Be Alive”


HABITS “HAACKSAW” MUSIC VIDEO

Here is a new Habits song and video. The track is called “Haacksaw”


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This track began as one of my first experiments in sampling. I borrowed a beat from a Bruce Haack song, layered synth lines, chopped up sounds of my voice and youtube videos for instrumentation, and Bobby Vega from Stab City lent his drum skills to the track. Considering the heavy cut-and-paste process used and the song’s dissonant vibe at times, i felt “Haacksaw” was a fitting title.

The video was created with clips from random VHS tapes found at thrift stores and open-source footage fed through the meat grinder of FCP effects and transitions. Through the process of gathering footage and editing, rinsing and repeating, a curious theme seemed to reveal itself.

CREDITS:
video directed and edited by DK in the KloudyLab
song composed, produced and sung by DK / HABITS
drums played by Bobby Vega and recorded at Station House, Echo Park
mixed and mastered by Cian Riordan


Bruce Haack “Party Machine” (Prince Language’s Afterparty Edit)