Tune in today starting
at 3pm… broadcasting and streaming from the ATP site.
By Fred Mills
With the kickoff of the My Bloody Valentine-curated All
Tomorrow’s Parties New York just hours away – you can get the details in our
previous coverage HERE – punters who dilly-dallied over getting tickets are no
doubt gnashing their teeth and rending their garments: the thing’s completely
However, there’s a ray of light that shines out of ATP for
those without tickets or simply unable to make the trek up north to the
Catskills: the mighty WFMU-FM will be broadcasting – and streaming online –
performances live today and tomorrow starting at around 3:00 pm.
The venerable NJ public radio station will be ensconced at
Kutsher’s in Monticello
to carry the bands’ sets. According to the station’s website, as of this
writing most of the bands are on board (MBV hasn’t confirmed yet whether it
will allow its set to be aired).
The relevant info:
91.1 fm NYC/Metro NJ
90.1 fm Catskills/Hudson Valley/WNJ/Eastern PA
“Gaylord Fields, Pseu Braun, Liz Berg, Mike Lupica, and
Marty McSorley will be your hosts, DJing and interviewing between sets,” says
WFMU. “As promised earlier, here’s a breakdown of what you can hear live on
WFMU’s airwaves and streams. Things are still in flux, so don’t give up hope if
your favorite act doesn’t appear below!”
3:00-3:45 PM Growing
4:15-5:00 PM Wooden Shjips
5:30-6:30 PM Harmonia
6:45-7:30 PM Om
8:00-9:15 PM Low / Polvo (half sets)
9:45-11:15 PM Thee Silver Mt.
12:45-1:30 AM Lightning Bolt
3:30-4:15 PM The Lilys
5:30-6:15 PM Mercury Rev
6:15-6:45 PM Spectrum (joining in progress)
6:45-7:30 PM Yo La Tengo
9:15-10:00 PM Bob Mould
10:00-11:00 PM Dinosaur Jr.
11:00-11:45 PM Brian Jonestown Massacre
More from WFMU – Wire!
WFMU is honored to
host and broadcast live the UK artpunk legends WIRE, performing for free at the
Fillmore at Irving Plaza in New York, Thursday October 9th. The show is now sold out (all free
tickets were gobbled up).
This concert is the
last in WFMU’s Free Music Series, celebrating WFMU’s 50th Anniversary. The
band, which started in 1977, will be on a US tour in support of their newest
release Object 47, info and dates at their site. (Read more) The Fillmore is
located at 17 Irving Place,
NYC. Doors 7:30 PM, All Ages, and we’re happy to announce openers are Times New