(See link to playlist below). The program begins with Roberta Flack's sublime interpretation (1971) of the Bee Gees cover song, "To Love Somebody" that was used recently for TV-program credits for The Americans. This week's feature spotlight shines on two new CD releases from Dido (photo) and from the NY City band, Hem, with lead vocals from Sally Ellyson (photo with band). Listen carefully for Fairfield's Josie Overmyer track, "The Net That Tied Me Up," that she sang recently live in our community. This recorded version includes some awesome backing xylophone accompaniment.
Music for the second-hour Chill Session includes artists from around the world including N Grandjean (Denmark). Jiuyue Ma (China), Bombay Dub Orchestra (UK/India), Ror-shak (Germany), and Poolside (USA). Enjoy the cool night air with these great down-tempo sonic seasonings.
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(See play list link below). This week's program begins with two 1974 tracks from LP Ice Water by the acoustic virtuoso, Leo Kottke (photo) followed by a new Beatles mix from our own Andy MacKenzie called "Tomorrow Knows A Shining Place." Last week's starlet, Lisa Hannigan, returns with a twin-spin. And, then we preview the upcoming Fairfield Cafe Paradiso performance of Threefifty Duo with skillful, original classical guitar compositions.
On this program, listeners will be treated to an extended Chill Session featuring an array of world-wide musicians including India's Suphala (photo), master of tabla and electronic music blending the best of East and West. You will also hear music from UK, Germany, Hawaii, and mainland USA. The highlight of the Chill Session will be DJ UndergroundMan's own 6.5 minute mix called, "Glimmerings - Tranquillium Mix" featuring the pioneering electronic talents of Wisconsin music professor, Don Voegeli and UK's Tonto's Expanding Head Band. The mix of these two pieces was originally envisioned in the 1970s. With the assistance of the Voegeli family, DJ Andy created this unique melding of the two tracks.
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(See play list link below). DJ UndergroundMan begins the program with the 6.5 minute, surreal, 1968 acid-folk journey called "Electroallentando" by Chicago based band, H.P. Lovecraft (see album cover) complete with wind chimes, ghostly piano, organ, acoustic guitar, synthesizers and the soaring vocals of George Edwards. The evening spotlight falls on the beautiful form and voice of Lisa Hannigan (photo) with special merit to the live recording of "Hushabye Mountain" made with British guitarist, Richard Hawley.
More outstanding new tracks to Fringe Toast in the second-hour Chill Session including ones from The Milk Carton Kids, The Bamboos, RJD2, Luminous, Potlatch, and Opera to Relax. So, throw the windows wide, enjoy the Spring cool, and bask in the swoon of another Fringe Toast experience.
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(See play list link below). George Harrison provides the opening underground classic "Deep Blue" (1973) followed by Guy Lee's tribute to the same song. Highlight of the first hour is Leigh Nash (photo), lead singer for Sixpence None the Richer covering Crowded House's epic song, "Don't Dream It's Over." More than 90% of the play list has never been played before on Fringe Toast, the best place to find music from "off-the-beaten path".
Stay tuned for the second hour Chill Session with cooling tracks from mysterious Korean electronic musician, Potlatch, assisted by singer Ann Yang from CD Terra Firma (2012) on the Cosmicleaf record label. You will also hear an extremely rare 7-minute live recording of the exotic German husband/wife duo, Opera to Relax, with their unique stylizing of soft jazz, subtle percussion, sax, and ethereal female vocals. Go try to find information on these groups... very obscure stuff! This week someone told us that "Fringe Toast is like Pandora but with even better variety."
( See link to play list below). 1972 Underground Classic, "Leavin' (Again)" by Foghat launches this week's program of music from off-the-beaten path. DJ UndergroundMan shines the first-hour spotlight on American progressive acoustic trio Nickel Creek (photo) and southern California duo Sweet Talk Radio. Fairfield area singer-songwriter, Jenn Trimpe offers LIVE tracks at the station during the broadcast. Listen closely for extra special track "Tam Lin" by Anais Mitchell (frequent Fairfield visitor) and Jefferson Hamer.
In the Chill Session (2nd hour), you will be guided through ethereal spaces by alternative and electronic artists including Shearwater, The Burned, Phosphorescent, The Dandy Warhols, and Luminous. Enjoy downloading fun by printing the play list here. Tell your friends to join the live stream at http://www.kruufm.com.
(See link to play list below). After the opening Underground Classic "Jack Knife Gypsy" (1971) by Paul Siebel, DJ UndergroundMan offers a special version of "Rusted Wheel" by Silversun Pickups. The Artist Spotlight shines on the beautiful lyrics and voice of Rhye (photo left), a Canadian/Danish male duo. Listen closely for twin-spin from New York State's jam band, Assembly of Dust. New tracks from T-Bone Burnett and The Civil Wars (photo right), a Grammy-winning harmonic duo that recently disbanded (... what a dissapointment!). Additional new tracks from Shearwater, Elephant Revival, and The Good Mad.
The second-hour Chill Session features electo-acoustic music and smooth jazz singers including Magic Sound Fabric, Jens Gad, Brian Scott Bennett, and Jacqui Naylor. Do yourself a favor and print the play list. Share with friends on social networks. Invite anyone, worldwide, to join us via live stream at http://www.kruufm.com. Discover why so many fans of Fringe Toast Music say "it is the best music you never hear!"
(See link to play list below). The spotlight shines brightly on Colorado "transcendental folk" band Elephant Revival (photo left) with an intriguing blend of female vocals reminiscent of a mix of Natalie Merchant and Cat Power. Also, Toast first-timer trio, Shearwater (photo) features distinctive vocals of Jonathan Meiburg (left on trio image below) who sings in a style somewhat like Mark Hollis of Talk Talk (UK '80s band). Additional first-hour charms from Vancouver, BC's Young Galaxy and LA-based indie rock band, Shiny Toy Guns.
The second-hour chill sessions weaves an ethereal spell of down-tempo ambient electronic music featuring Autamata, Bassnectar, B-Tribe, and Aratone. Print play list here. Read DJ Andy Bargerstock's latest music review for the Iowa Source Magazine on folk-Americana bands, Ollabelle and The Wooden Birds. Click here.
"Fringe Toast: The Best Music You Never Hear!"
(See link to play list below). Originally broadcast on Sept. 5, 2012. Soon after the opening set dedicated to the London funk jazz fusion group, The New Mastersounds (photo left), listen closely for a triple-play from last week's show stopper, Young Galaxy (photo below right), the Vancouver, B.C. based indie dream pop band. This band seems destined to move from the fringe to mainstream. But, until they do, they will get a major dose of support from KRUU-FM. DJ Underground Man tells stories of his recent small venue concert with Sarah Jarosz who contributes two tracks from her 2009 CD.
First-timers to Fringe Toast include these groups: The New Mastersounds, The Books, Surprise Me Mr. Davis, JD McPherson, Caveman, Still Corners, The Slip, and Tim Bronner... most of whom will perform in the second-hour Chill Session. Click here for play list.
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(Playlist link below). As a teaser for their forthcoming CD, State of the Union, LA husband-wife duo, Sweet Talk Radio (photo below) shares their just-released track “Breaking My Own Heart”. Many local listeners hope to hear them again in Fairfield, Iowa sometime soon. DJ UndergroundMan brings attention to Canadian alternative band, Young Galaxy (photo left), with kudos to their 2011 CD, Shapeshifting. Ry Cooder returns with his world-class acoustic slide guitar from the film soundtrack of “Paris, Texas”. In addition to Young Galaxy, Fringe Toast first-timers include Jim Noir, Ed Laroche, G-Spliff, Tripssono, Sea Wolf, Young Moon, Language Lab, and Digitonal. The second-hour chill session has been specifically crafted for easing into the cool night air with someone special. Late in the program, listen for the very special track “Home (Home Grown Mix)” by the mysterious Human with female vocalist beckoning, “It feels as if the sun is my home… The place I will return to.” Encourage friends to join the fun via live-streaming at www.kruufm.com or locally at 100.1 FM. PRINT playlist from this link. Mark your calendar for the September 5th program for more Young Galaxy.
(See play list link below). After Underground Classic "Journey to Eden" (1972) by Steve Miller Band, DJ Andy Bargerstock conjures a magic carpet ride during the first hour with new music from UK Indie band, Veronica Falls featuring singing talents of Roxanne Clifford (photo), a couple of leftover tracks from obscure Beatles cover songs by Italy's Giacomo Bondi, and 1990s exotic tracks from the Japanese electronic guitar-duo Natural Calamity from the CD Peach Head (Cd artwork). Stay tuned. The second hour Chill Session will sparkle and seduce with blues, jazz, and songwriter sonic images.... all tracks never played before on Fringe Toast. Yes, even Grace Jones!
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