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A five-hour pre-show culminating in a program not heard for years, and heretofore un-released, this is the original 3-hour webcast mix of 'Super Conscious Santa'. Includes work by Future Shock, The Wurzels, Elvis. With mashups, parodies, obscure novelty songs, remixes and collages by NCN, The Value Village People, The Craniel Fishers, mashups by Voicedude, songs by Phineas, spoken word by Alex Jones and David Icke, many many others!
Where were you in '72? In this 3-hour collage show, we take a (mostly comical) look back at the aborted Presidency of Richard Nixon who resigned in disgrace over the Watergate scandal and the event's possible parallels and bearings on current events of today.
Based on an (originally) 5-hour mix done live on KPFA 94.1FM in Berkeley, CA on Sept. 28th, 2018 for The Puzzling Evidence Show comes this post-produced 'Narco Edit' of the sprawling program (boiling it down to 4 hours of condensed and sweet audio goodness) done with Phineas Narco, Puzzling Evidence, K-ROB and Dr. Hal (near the end) in the studio.
Mind-emptying meditations on the distant future and the recent past. Part 3 is finally in the form we want it in after having spent time with it for a while. This is the third installment in our theme-less theme: the 'No Concept' series in which we pay tribute to the late Aretha Franklin with mash-ups by the likes of Lenlow and DJ Rolf, and mix up some of the latest Longmont Potion Castle offering (#15) which is quite excellent. Also, notable cultural collage, remixes and experimental work by Sugar Pills Bone, Negativland, The Kleptones, Peter Blake, Frank Long, LavLab, Vic Berger, Re-Drum, Jonny König, Stephen Kennedy, and more mash-ups by DJ Cummerbund, DMix, Daft Beatles and many, many more. - A 3 hour ultra non-conceptual mix.
A totally re-worked version of a long-since pulled 2013 concept show which just didn't feel complete at the time. NOW it is! And more on-topic than ever before. Various and many, many inappropriate funeral song clips abound within, inter-cut throughout with large post-produced chunks of Phineas Narco's appearance on KPFA's 'The Puzzling Evidence Show' on June 7th, 2013 with special guest DJ, Justin Credible and regulars Doug Wellman (Puzzling Evidence) and Subgenius Church co-founder Philo Drummond. They talk about suicide, Subgenius, JFK, Burning Man, 'ghost milk', the day Puzzling Evidence saved Darth Vader's life, meeting William Shatner, Janor memories, and the then-upcoming SubGenius 'X-Day 16' preparations. With work by Evolution Control Committee (as DJ Pantshead), Faroff, Heppycat, Marc Johnce, Halo, Voicedude, PLUS many others! Not to be missed with any regularity! ACTUAL SubGenius CONTENT!! - A 3 hour mix.
All Day X-Day programming this week July 5th and July 8th, 2018. All Day Thursday and All Day Sunday. Celebrating the high holy day of 'The Church of the SubGenius' when the 'X-ists' are 'supposed' to come in fleets of flying saucers and spirit away the faithful to 'Planet X' while scouring the planet clean of 'pinks' and 'normals'.
KFJC alumnus Phineas Narco (of The National Cynical Network) returns for MAYhem to guide us through a late-night craftily-rendered 4-hour sonic odyssey of many, many obscure Pink Floyd remixes, mash-ups, versions, re-interpretations and covers. From bluegrass, to 8-bit, from polka and classical to experimental collage and beyond, this genre-bending psychedelic mixture of the familiar and the unfamiliar will astound your eardrums in this 'All Pink Floyd / No Pink Floyd' Special.
Webcast on April 29th, 2018, a week after Earth Day, a program that goes beyond the earth: a psychedelic remix collage show, a few weeks in the making, re-interpreting and digitally de-constructing the 1968 classic Science-Fiction film '2001: A Space Odyssey' by Stanley Kubrick which recently celebrated the 50th Anniversary of its release.
A show about war, in general and in particular. Webcast Sunday, April 15th, 2018 on Plundercast and DFM out of Amsterdam. With material from the Unreleased 'The Orange, the Black and the Red' by NCN (some of which hasn't been heard in 17 years), Puzzling Evidence, Celldweller, RIAA, Negativland, The Kleptones, Rudy Schwartz Project, Department of Corrections, ToToM, and many more. Starts at 10pm Eastern.
An 'event horizon' is the leading edge of a black hole. Black holes were studied by the late, acclaimed, bleeding-edge astrophysicist Stephen Hawking who recently passed away on 3/14/2018 aka 'Pi Day'. We include news of his life, and artistic and comedic treatments of Stephen Hawking during his life in this (mostly) tribute to him and his work. Also some ancillary material about free will, the Big Bang, the value of Pi, feelings, and so on.