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Mayhem 1

 

Mayhem 2

 

Mayhem 3

---Midnight---
Doing It To Death

Mayhem 4

----6am----
Soundtrack to the Real New York: Wonderwheel Recordings


----10pm----
E-Bow Music

Mayhem 5

----10am----
The Nice


----10pm----
SWELL MAPS: The Most Influential Band You May Never Have Heard

Mayhem 6

----10am----
Kahil El-Zabar - A Celebration


----10pm----
The Many Faces of Wolfgang Voigt

Mayhem 7

----2am----
Temple of Techno


----9am----
Jupiter Jazz and Real Folk Blues


----Noon----
International Blues Now


----3pm----
Black Horizons in the Village of the Damned


----6pm----
Music That Makes Us Cry

Mayhem 8

----Noon----
Jartecknet

Mayhem 9

----2pm----
Surrealist Abreaction

Mayhem 10

----10am----
Treasure Column


----2pm----
Absolute Null: the Fertile mind of KK Null

Mayhem 11

----7pm----
The Great Unplayed (Continued)

Mayhem 12

----10am----
Desperate Attempts at Beauty


----10pm----
PSF Records: 32 Years of Exploration

Mayhem 13

----10pm----
The Many Faces of Wolfgang Voigt

Mayhem 14

----3pm----
Black Horizons in the Village of the Damned & Thoabath Live Mic

Mayhem 15

----1pm----
KFJC Battle of the Surf Bands #7

Mayhem 16

----2pm----
Ratskin Racketeering

Mayhem 17

----10am----
Nilsson Schmilsson


----2pm----
20 years of Asian Man records!

Mayhem 18

----6am----
Dance Like There's No One Watching: Snowboy and His Music

Mayhem 19

----7pm----
Get PSYCHED!! Part 1

Mayhem 20

----10am----
Jazz from the Keystone State


----7pm----
Dinosaurs: Prehistoric Pumpkinhead Mutations


----10pm----
The Many Faces of Wolfgang Voigt

Mayhem 21

----7am----
Life on Planet Anthea


----3pm----
Black Horizons in the Village of the Damned


----7pm----
The Reefriders Live Mic

Mayhem 22

---Midnight---
A Night and Day of the Sun

Mayhem 23

----2pm----
murmerings: the art of sound hunting

Mayhem 24

----6pm----
Last Train to Hicksville

Mayhem 25

 

Mayhem 26

----7pm----
Get PSYCHED!! Part 2


----10pm----
Betty Davis: They Say I'm Different

Mayhem 27

----6am----
Shoegazing


----10pm----
The Many Faces of Wolfgang Voigt

Mayhem 28

----3pm----
Black Horizons + Jessica Way Live Mic in the Village of the Damned


----7pm----
Godstomper: Los delitos contra la Musica

Mayhem 29

----9am----
The Hitler Legacy


----10pm----
Robotic Mutations

Mayhem 30

 

Mayhem 31

----6pm----
The Dance of the Căluşari

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Short Descriptions for Mayhem Specials

Doing It To Death

Monday Mayhem 2-Wednesday Mayhem 4 10PM Mon-2AM Wed
Hosted by Spliff Skankin' and others

KFJC's annual birthday tribute to The Godfather of Soul, James Brown. Join the party for the dance contest, hairstyle competition, and fashion show. Featuring live recording, alternate takes, b-sides, and jam sessions from all of James Brown's bands, musicians, singers, dancers, and funky people. Good God!

Soundtrack to the Real New York: Wonderwheel Recordings

Wednesday Mayhem 4 6AM-10AM
Hosted by Ann Arbor

Brooklyn-based Wonderwheel Recordings captures the authentic ethnic sounds of New York's neighborhoods: Middle Eastern, Caribbean, Eastern European, Latin American, Asian and mixes them up with electronics, hip hop, reggae to create wonderfully original, danceable mixes. We'll dance through the five boroughs while listening to the best of twelve years of releases, as well as an interview with DJ Nickodemus, the globetrotting producer/remixer and founder of Wonderwheel.

E-Bow Music

Wednesday Mayhem 4 10PM-1AM
Hosted by Kai Sync

An EBow is a hand-held string resonator for guitars, resulting in the guitar strings resonance, the effect is reminiscent of using a bow on a string even if the resonator could be used with other techniques to produce very non-guitar like sounds. One of the most common examples of a known Ebow song is David Bowie's Heroes, even if there are plenty of other artists and bands that have used EBows to create very different kind of music: Bill Nelson, Opeth, Radiohead, Adrian Belew and Robert Fripp, Richard Barone. This tool has also been used in contemporary art music such as John Cage in his harp piece A Postcard from Heaven, Karlheinz Esslr in Sequitur VIII, David First and others. This special will play various bands, artists and composers where the E-Bow plays an instrumental part in the music soundscape.

The Nice

Thursday Mayhem 5 10AM-2PM
Hosted by Carson Street

Prog at the dawn of prog: Keith Emerson, Lee Jackson, David O'List and Ian Hague formed the group to back soul singer P.P. Arnold. They blended rock, jazz and classical music. The group's sound was centered on Emerson's Hammond organ showmanship and abuse of the instrument. They radically rearranged classical music themes, Bob Dylan songs and Broadway show tunes.

SWELL MAPS: The Most Influential Band You May Never Have Heard

Thursday Mayhem 5 10PM-2AM
Hosted by Naysayer

Hailing from Birmingham, England, Swell Maps started out in 1972 and blazed through 5 albums of sound. A comprehensive listen to this seminal punk/post punk/noise/avant garde band who influenced more folks then most may ever know. Join Naysayer.

Kahil El-Zabar - A Celebration

Friday Mayhem 6 10AM-2PM
Hosted by Goodwrench

AACM alumnus and jazz pecussionist Kahil El-Zabar has a rich body of recorded work, including his Ethnic Heritage Ensemble and Ritual Trio projects. Be prepared for an introduction.

The Many Faces of Wolfgang Voigt

Friday Mayhem 6 10PM-2AM
Hosted by Goodwrench

Wolfgang Voigt is a Cologne, Germany based electronic producer who has churned out cutting-edge electronic music since the early 90's under a bewildering array of aliases and labels. He is also head honcho and co-founder of Kompakt Records. Four segments will barely suffice for a brief introduction to a monumental body of work.

Temple of Techno

Saturday Mayhem 7 2AM-6AM
Hosted by Kai Sync

KFJC studios turn in the late Friday night and early Saturday morning into a Berlin-style techno club playing a continuous techno mix from 2am to 6am.

Jupiter Jazz and Real Folk Blues

Saturday Mayhem 7 9AM-12PM
Hosted by abacus finch

In 1999 a television series came out that changed the face of anime forever, with one of the best soundtracks ever released within and beyond the genre. Join abacus finch for a 3-hour showcase of the sounds of Cowboy Bebop as composed by Yoko Kanno and performed by The Seatbelts. See you Space Cowboy...

International Blues Now

Saturday Mayhem 7 12PM-3PM
Hosted by Carson Street

From the land down under to the land of the midnight sun, the international blues scene is alive and thriving. We will take a three hour trip with Erja Lyytinen (Finland), Thorbjorn Risager & the Black Tornado (Denmark), Fiona Boyes (Australia), and Ian Parker (Birmingham, UK). Tune in to share what these diverse artists bring to the blues. Hosted by Carson Street.

Black Horizons in the Village of the Damned

Saturday Mayhem 7 3PM-6PM
Hosted by Number 6 and James Livingston

Black Horizons is an independent record label and publisher of nearly exclusively cassettes based out of San Francisco, directed by James Livingston. It specializes in obscure and challenging sounds, sights and words for those with truly discerning taste and a fixation on the artistic object. Interview with James and various artists superimposed over magnetic spools of viscera.

Music That Makes Us Cry

Saturday Mayhem 7 6PM-8PM
Hosted by Cousin Mary

A survey of songs that get to us, make us reach for a hanky and wipe our eyes.

Participate by sending the name of your favorite tear jerker tune to cousinmary@kfjc.org. Include an explanation of why this particular collection of notes brings a lump to your throat.

Jartecknet

Sunday Mayhem 8 12PM-3PM
Hosted by Herbert West

Dark cold distant twisted grit emanating from Gothenburg, Sweden tape/vinyl label run by Viktor Ottosson. Join Herbert West for a 3 hour immersion.

Surrealist Abreaction

Monday Mayhem 9 2PM-6PM
Hosted by abacus finch

Rejecting any given norm and genre, tearing down mental barriers, unlocking all gates to the nether regions of the human psyche, the ever elusive Schimpfluch-Gruppe redefine the art of performance into psycho-physical tests and trainings. Tune in and get off the plane of miseducated adulthood.

Treasure Column

Tuesday Mayhem 10 10AM-2PM
Hosted by Hemroid the Leader

Treasure Column is a YouTube channel with 1000s of videos. Most have 10 views or less. They all follow the same format. They are a minute or so in length. The video shows a black and white static view, like a webcam or surveillance camera. The audio sounds like drony or ambient noises. Treasure Column is a bot programmed by Derek Arnold. I want to ask him why he did it? How did he do it exactly? What are his influences? What does it mean? What's next? We can listen to the audio of several of the pieces and have conversation in between. if possible I'd like to have a Skype and video feed so we can play the videos, see hear and discuss.

Absolute Null: the Fertile mind of KK Null

Tuesday Mayhem 10 2PM-6PM
Hosted by Honey Bear

Let's dive right in to the sonic splendor that is KK Null. We'll root back to Null's abrasive, harsh sounds of youth to his progressive spin on hardcore punk to his "nullsonic" solo career.

The Great Unplayed (Continued)

Wednesday Mayhem 11 7PM-10PM
Hosted by Jersey Girl

Some albums have not been heard on KJFC in almost 20 years! Listen in and hear what we all have been missing.

Desperate Attempts at Beauty

Thursday Mayhem 12 10AM-2PM
Hosted by abacus finch and Max Level

For over twenty years, Bay Area based sound artist Joe Colley (aka Crawl Unit) has investigated audio phenomena via field recordings and electronics, installations and collaborations. Join abacus finch and Max Level as they bring Joe in to the studio to explore his work, past and present. Expect some live DJ mix action courtesy of Joe..


PSF Records: 32 Years of Exploration

Thursday Mayhem 12 10PM-2AM
Hosted by Naysayer

The PSF record label, established in Tokyo by Hideo Ikeezumi, has worked diligently for over 3 decades releasing numerous sounds ranging from folk blues, free jazz, guitar driven psych and noise. With such luminaries as Keiji Haino to those of lesser renown, PSF has worked hard to present the best without limitations. Join in the exploration with Naysayer.

The Many Faces of Wolfgang Voigt

Friday Mayhem 13 10PM-2AM
Hosted by Goodwrench

Wolfgang Voigt is a Cologne, Germany based electronic producer who has churned out cutting-edge electronic music since the early 90's under a bewildering array of aliases and labels. He is also head honcho and co-founder of Kompakt Records. Four segments will barely suffice for a brief introduction to a monumental body of work.

Black Horizons in the Village of the Damned & Thoabath Live Mic

Saturday Mayhem 14 3PM-6PM
Hosted by Number 6 and James Livingston

Black Horizons is an independent record label and publisher of nearly exclusively cassettes based out of San Francisco, directed by James Livingston. Specializing in obscure and challenging sounds, sights and words for those with truly discerning taste and a fixation on the artistic object. Interview with James and various artists superimposed over magnetic spools of viscera. This week's edition will feature a live performance by Thoabath.

KFJC Battle of the Surf Bands #7

Sunday Mayhem 15 1PM-5PM
Hosted by Cousin Mary

This KFJC Battle of the Surf Bands will be the seventh in a series of fun fast-paced live shows. Up to 16 local surf bands will each have a 15- minute set to give us their best - how much reverb can you stand? This is a benefit to KFJC in appreciation for the station's continued support of niche genres such as surf. Live audio on FM, live audio and video streaming on kfjc.org.

A Mayhem special that you can attend - at Cafe Stritch at 374 South First St in San Jose. Doors at noon, music from 1pm to 5pm. Bands will include:

Agency EL84
Fascinating Creatures of the Deep
Frankie & the Pool Boys
Meshugga Beach Party
The Reefriders
Surf Cinema
The Gillbillies
The GnarlyMen
The New Shockwaves
The TomorrowMen
Tiki Lounge Lizards
Uncle Sea Monster
Baja Surf Trio
Drifting Sand

Ratskin Racketeering

Monday Mayhem 16 2PM-6PM
Hosted by abacus finch and guests

Documenting dynamic sonic existence in the Bay Area since 200000005, Oakland based Ratskin Records reps the best in local noise/experimental. Join abacus finch and guests as they delve into the Ratskin catalog, hosting a surprise lineup of live local underground acts.


Nilsson Schmilsson

Tuesday Mayhem 17 10AM-2PM
Hosted by Carson Street

Nilsson Schmilsson: American Beatle, substance abuser of major proportions and the great lost music genius of the 1970s. He had the voice of an angel (three-and-a-half-octave range), the ability to write hit songs and a wicked sense of humor.

He invented the remix album and the mash-up. Harry and John Lennon caroused around LA until Harry finally said "I can't take any more pleasure, John! It's gotta stop!"

20 years of Asian Man records!

Tuesday Mayhem 17 2PM-6PM
Hosted by Honey Bear

For 20 years Asian Man records has strived for nothing but putting out records that mean something. Now we celebrate their efforts of keeping Punk and Ska alive and well. Join in as we explore the different sound from the Asian Man catalogue and hear stories about the label with Mike Park and artists from over the years.

Dance Like There's No One Watching: Snowboy and His Music

Wednesday Mayhem 18 6AM-10AM
Hosted by Ann Arbor

Years ago I met Snowboy one night at a club in North Beach where he was DJing and we got to talking. I've been collecting his releases since that time. Put on your dancing shoes and let's dance like there's no one watching, because on Wednesday morning no one is watching.

Get PSYCHED!! Part 1

Thursday Mayhem 19 7PM-10PM
Hosted by Lurker and Remote Crew Members

As KFJC prepares to return to Europe for the Eindhoven PsychLab and Surfer Joe Music Festival in Livorno, Italy, tune in and GET PSYCHED!! Join Lurker and the other members of the Remote Broadcast Crew as we flashback to the Liverpool Psychfest of 2014. Watch the STREAMING VIDEO as we broadcast segments of the two day festival with artists such as, Goat, Zombie Zombie, Gnod, Black Bombain, and others. Tune in and join us as we explore the artists and venues that create today's world of Psychedelic music. Come GET PSYCHED!! And get ready for a summer of KFJC Live Remote Broadcast of TWO of Europe's preeminent Music Fests.

Jazz from the Keystone State

Friday Mayhem 20 10AM-2PM
Hosted by Cousin Mary

Pennsylvania native Cousin Mary explores jazz music and musicians from her home state. No profound analysis of the effect of coal mines and steel mills on improvisation, just a surprising range of great sounds.

Dinosaurs: Prehistoric Pumpkinhead Mutations

Friday Mayhem 20 7PM-10PM
Hosted by JC Clone and Phineas Narco

Mr. Pumpkinhead Returns! After years of absence, JC Clone and Phineas Narco (of The National Cynical Network) return to the airwaves to serve up a mouth-watering musical audio-collage meal (for your eardrums) all about Dinosaurs. Join us for a 3-hour LIVE mix delving into pre-history and explore the realm of the raptors, Barney, creationism, and all manner of Jurassic hijinks! Listen, or become extinct.

The Many Faces of Wolfgang Voigt

Friday Mayhem 20 10PM-2AM
Hosted by Goodwrench

Wolfgang Voigt is a Cologne, Germany based electronic producer who has churned out cutting-edge electronic music since the early 90's under a bewildering array of aliases and labels. He is also head honcho and co-founder of Kompakt Records. Four segments will barely suffice for a brief introduction to a monumental body of work.

Life on Planet Anthea

Saturday Mayhem 21 7AM-9AM
Hosted by SAL 9000

Drift along to a rich sound tapestry by Stomu Yamash'ta, Gustav Holst's Planets Suite and others as a tribute to David Bowie and The Man Who Fell to Earth.

Black Horizons in the Village of the Damned

Saturday Mayhem 21 3PM-6PM
Hosted by Number 6

Black Horizons is an independent record label and publisher of nearly exclusively cassettes based out of San Francisco, directed by James Livingston. Specializing in obscure and challenging sounds, sights and words for those with truly discerning taste and a fixation on the artistic object. Interview with James and various artists superimposed over magnetic spools of viscera. This week's installment will focus on the artist Jute Gyte.

The Reefriders Live Mic

Saturday Mayhem 21 7:30PM-10PM
Hosted by Cousin Mary

Pacifica surf band The Reefriders will play live in the PIT on the Reverb Hour in celebration of their new CD Dawn Patrol. Hosted by Cousin Mary.


A Night and Day of the Sun

Sunday Mayhem 22-Monday Mayhem 23 12AM Sun-2AM Mon
Hosted by Spliff Skankin and others

Join KFJC in our celebration of Sun Ra's 102nd birthday with a 24 hour special showcasing all things Sun Ra. Featuring rare, live, alternative, and remixed music, plus art, poetry, philosophy, lectures, interviews, musician profiles, Arkestral maneuvers, live in-studio performances, and space explorations.

murmerings: the art of sound hunting

Monday Mayhem 23 2PM-6PM
Hosted by abacus finch

join abacus finch for a four-hour excursion into the work of Patrick McGinley aka Murmer and the framework radio program that he curates, specializing in the utilization of field recordings in a compositional context. transport yourself to diverse environments as alien as they are familiar.

Last Train to Hicksville

Tuesday Mayhem 24 6PM-10PM
Hosted by Art Crimes

Dan Hicks was more than a Bay Area institution; he was a man out of time, residing in his own slice of the American musical spectrum. His wardrobe and his songs were in a style that was not just old-fashioned but defiantly so in comparison to the hippie soldiers that donned purple velvet tunics and rainbow trousers, churning out instantly-forgotten odes to their turned-on lifestyle. The Charlatans, where Hicks first achieved fame, were the first band of the psychedelic era to establish a presence in the San Francisco ballroom scene, yet they never released much music and soon fell apart instead of entering the mainstream like the Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, and other bands that went national as ambassadors for the Summer of Love.

Dan Hicks eventually followed his own path, writing and performing music that he crafted with wit, charm, and a certain degree of sarcasm, as well as resurrecting neglected jazz and country nuggets, with a variety of bands that he would assemble to pursue his particular vision of the moment. Never getting much attention outside of a small-but-devoted-following, he captured the ears of many well-known musicians who thought highly of Hicks and sometimes recorded his compositions.

Dan Hicks passed away on February 6th of this year at the age of 74. Thankfully, there's plenty of musical evidence, as well as a few interviews, to tell his story.

Get PSYCHED!! Part 2

Thursday Mayhem 26 7PM-10PM
Hosted by Lurker and Remote Crew Members

As KFJC prepares to return to Europe for the Eindhoven PsychLab and Surfer Joe Music Festival in Livorno, Italy, tune in and GET PSYCHED!! Join Lurker and the other members of the Remote Broadcast Crew as we flashback to the Eindhoven PsyhLab of 2015. Watch the STREAMING VIDEO as we broadcast segments of the two day festival with artists such as, Moon Duo, Morgan Delt, Kikagaku Moyo, RMFTM, Bonnacons of Doom, and others. Tune in and join us as we explore the artists and venues that create today's world of Psychedelic music. Come GET PSYCHED!! And get ready for a summer of KFJC Live Remote Broadcast of TWO of Europe's preeminent Music Fests.

Betty Davis: They Say I'm Different

Thursday Mayhem 26 10PM-2AM
Hosted by Naysayer

Blazing a trail in the 1970's and early '80's, devastating the world of soul and funk while turning jazz on its head, Betty Davis showed up, shocked, exploded and then vanished. A listening to this major, often forgotten, player, with notes on her rise. Get down with Naysayer and don't call her no tramp.

Shoegazing

Friday Mayhem 27 6AM-10AM
Hosted by Kai Sync

This special will showcase the shoegaze music movement that emerged from the United Kingdom in the late 1980s and reached popularity in the early to middle nineties. This rock style is typified by extensive use of guitar effect pedals for distortion, feedback, delays and chorus as well as obscured vocals blurred with the musical parts to form an indistinguishable wall of sound. The term 'shoegaze' was actually devised by the British music press as a give to ridicule the bands who performed still during their shows, often with their heads down. It didn't help that the guitar players were busy controlling their effect pedals... Sometimes this genre is also called dream pop. By the mid-nineties the shoegaze bands where pushed aside by both the American grunge movement as well as emerging Brit pop bands such as Blur and Sueve. The last fifteen years there has been a renewed interest in this genre, now called 'nu gaze.'

This Mayhem special starts with finding the inspiration for shoegaze bands, even to the early days of psychedelic rock with effect use such as Jimi Hendrix (If 6 was 9), 10cc, Pink Floyd, Cabaret Voltaire, Simple Minds, up to Cocteau Twins, Jesus and the Mary Chain, A.R Kane, Verve, My Bloody Valentine, Loop, Sonic Youth, Dinosaur JR. and many others. We will also explore why shoe gaze disappeared, how it evolved in the background and modern bands that have shoegaze influences.

The Many Faces of Wolfgang Voigt

Friday Mayhem 27 10PM-2AM
Hosted by Goodwrench

Wolfgang Voigt is a Cologne, Germany based electronic producer who has churned out cutting-edge electronic music since the early 90's under a bewildering array of aliases and labels. He is also head honcho and co-founder of Kompakt Records. Four segments will barely suffice for a brief introduction to a monumental body of work.

Black Horizons + Jessica Way Live Mic in the Village of the Damned

Saturday Mayhem 28 3PM-6PM
Hosted by Number 6 and James Livingston

The final installment of the series on James Livingston's San Francisco-based, cassette-focused independent record Black Horizons concludes with a live performance by Jessica Way (Worm Ouroborus, Barren Harvest) at 4pm. Specializing in obscure and challenging sounds, sights and words for those with truly discerning taste and a fixation on the artistic object, Black Horizons material will be superimposed over magnetic spools of viscera.

Godstomper: Los delitos contra la Musica

Saturday Mayhem 28 7PM-10PM
Hosted by Honey Bear

A gory and detailed look into the chaos and crimes against humanity brought onto us by legendary punkers, The Barfo brothers. We'll explore the harsh-powerviolence-grinds that this infamous gruesome twosome have been throwing down for the last 25 years as the filth and glory that is xGODSTOMPERx!


The Hitler Legacy

Sunday Mayhem 29 9AM-10PM
Hosted by Dave Emory

On Sunday, May 29, from 9am until 10pm, KFJC presents "The Hitler Legacy," a Memorial Day Weekend special, hosted and produced by Dave Emory. In twelve, one-hour interviews with the brilliant Peter Levenda, the broadcast features material from his books The Hitler Legacy, Ratline and Unholy Alliance.

The program traces the influence of Nazism and the political, cultural, and economic forces that both precipitated it, and perpetuated it in the post- World War II period.

From the origins of militant Islam to the anti-immigrant xenophobia currently sweeping the West (partly in response to Islamist terror), the devastating tragic legacy of the Third Reich engulfs us and threatens the very future of our civilization.

Robotic Mutations

Sunday Mayhem 29 10PM-2AM
Hosted by Phineas Narco

KFJC veteran Phineas Narco returns, once again to the airwaves, to present a frenetic live 4-hour collage mix all about robots. Join us as we explore the automatic and mechanical world of drones, sex-bots, artificial intelligence, as well as a presentation of re-worked and remixed iconic instances of robotic dreams and visions in pop (and not so pop) culture.

The Dance of the Căluşari

Tuesday Mayhem 31 6PM-7PM
Hosted by SAL 9000

The dance of the Căluşari was a traditional dance performed in the Oltenia region of southern Romania as part of the Căluş ritual. The Căluş ritual featured a series of games, songs and dances and was enacted by male Căluşari dancers to the accompaniment of two violins and an accordion. The groups of Căluşari dancers, sporting colourful hats, embroidered shirts and trousers adorned with small jingling bells, performed complex dances, which combined stamping, clicking of the heels, and acrobatic leaps.

According to tradition, the Căluşari, who were thought to be endowed with magical healing powers, went from house to house, promising good health and prosperity.

   

 

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