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Live Loud Acts: The Pat Duncan Show on WFMU
September 26, 2007 9:29 PM   Subscribe

Live Loud Acts: archives and playlists for The Pat Duncan Show on WFMU. Hour upon hour of expertly curated punk rock radio. Pat's Myspace page has more info.

In addition to a playlist packed with rare material, every Pat Duncan show features a live set -- from bands like Neurosis [starts at 2:00:30, playlist], Operation Ivy [starts at 16:34, playlist], Jawbreaker [starts at 33:16, playlist], Dead Kennedys [starts at 58:26, playlist], and hundreds more. [Timecode links go to .ram files. WFMU discussed many times before.]
posted by milquetoast (9 comments total) 5 users marked this as a favorite

 
I'm not familiar with this particular show but I have to say that WMFU is the greatest thing next to NPR.
posted by apfel at 9:42 PM on September 26, 2007


Those who enjoy the kind of music that Pat Duncan plays should also check out Mike Lupica's Anti-Static WFMU podcast. Each week, he plays 3 tracks from obscure and out of print punk/indie 7" singles. Mike unearths some incredibly awesome gems on most weeks.

You should also check out The Cherry Blossom Clinic with Terre T, which is pretty much the equivalent of Pat Duncan's show, hosted by a very sassy and funny woman (who also happens to be married to yet another WFMU DJ, Tom Scharpling, half of the
infamous radio-comedy duo, Scharpling and Wurster!)
posted by melorama at 10:12 PM on September 26, 2007


I'm not familiar with this particular show but I have to say that WMFU is the greatest thing next to NPR.

WHAAAAT??!! Next to? FMU eats frikkin' NPR for breakfast!
posted by flapjax at midnite at 4:06 AM on September 27, 2007


Actually, I think FMU would rather skip breakfast than have a nice bland bowl of NPR in the morning.

Then again, WFMU's on-air programming in the morning pretty much completely sucks too, which is why i guess they created the Web-only streams during that time slot, as an alternative to hideous (but financially very important to WFMU) "JM in the AM" show.
posted by melorama at 4:47 AM on September 27, 2007


Heh heh, that's right, melorama: I had totally forgotten about that! FMU was never any good in the morning.
posted by flapjax at midnite at 4:55 AM on September 27, 2007


I love WFMU. What other station takes my request for Visions Of Disorder and actually plays it?
posted by Mach5 at 6:33 AM on September 27, 2007


Alright alright, I sort of grit my teeth when i posted that. I'm willing to eat my words here. My reasoning is that there are a lot of good sources for weird and interesting music out there, not necessarily on the radio. As far as radio goes FMU is best hands down. I've just known NPR longer, I suppose.

Anyway let's not turn this into a who's better contest. Sorry Milquetoast.
posted by apfel at 8:45 AM on September 27, 2007


Wait, what? Terre T is married to Tom Scharpling? I'm such a bad FoT.

GET OFF MY BLOG!
posted by basicchannel at 9:51 AM on September 27, 2007


My old band was on the Pat Duncan show. It was an interesting experience but nothing amazing. I shan't point it out in the archives but it's there. Very cool that he let us do it.

Just had to say that. This Op Ivy set is great. Thanks Milque.
posted by Brainy at 10:43 AM on September 27, 2007


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