Sunday Crispy Transmiter

A flier for the Oh Messy Life radio program consisting of handwritten text on top of a photo graph of some guitar amplifiers with microphones pointed at them.

Oh Messy Life – March 7, 2024 Show Notes
(This show was supposed to air February 29th, 2024 but technical difficulties prevented it.)

Track 1: Emahoy Tsegue-Maryam Guebrou – Mother’s Love

Another amazingly lovely track from the late Emahoy Tsegue-Maryam Geubrou.

Track 2: Omni Gardens – Sunday Robe

I found this one via WFMU’s Heavily Played Records page.

Track 3: Warning Light – Welde & Farrow

From the new album, Unknown Country, out on Stickfigure Records.

Track 4: Me Lost Me – Mirie it is while Sumer Ilast (Live at Cafe Oto)

I found this one via BandCamp promo email.

Track 5: IDLES – Gratitude

From their new album, TANGK, which I have no idea how to pronounce.

Track 6: BarryRStock – Crispy Brain Candy

Another track from this local Oakland artist.

Track 7: Amalie Dahl’s Dafnie – We Don’t Want Your Stupid War

Another BandCamp promo find.

Track 8: PATEN LOCKE – Oodlesofnos

From the posthumous release, Americancer.

Track 9: Site Nonsite – Angel Stain (Pushkins Prefers’ Subs over Dubs Remix)

From the the Site Nonsite remix album, simply titled: Remixed.

Track 10: salami rose joe louis – Losing Steam

Another discovery via WFMU’s Heavily Played Records list.

Track 11: GOLD DIME – Beneath Below

And here’s a third track I found on WFMU’s Heavily Played Records list.

Track 12: Cooling Prongs – Get Numb

I found this one via a BandCamp promo email from Deathbomb Arc.

Track 13: Blevin Blectum – The Eternal Children’s Choir of X-Day Celebration on Planet X

Another track gifted to me by Blevin Blectum, who played on this year’s Day Of Noise.

Track 14: N Chambers – Transmitter

From the posthumous release, Seaside Variations.

Track 15: Joel Andrews – Partita No.2 in D Minor for Solo Violin: Allemande, BWV 1004

One more BandCamp promo email find.

Track 16: Tony Molina – Before You Go

From the album, Kill The Lights, on Slumberland Records.

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