Wednesday, August 24, 2016
The Real Nitty Gritty Tania is hosting her own hour of Crayons to Perfume! today at 7pm Eastern, 4 Pacific - check out her picks of soulful and rockin' ladies right here, it just may be your best hour all week! It surely was mine! Listen Here
And make sure you tune into The Real Nitty Gritty each Sunday at 7pm with Tania and Shouting Thomas, for an hour of greasy, sweating, swingin' rock'n'soul - check out their archives, right here !
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Sunday, August 21, 2016
Right here: REAL NITTY GRITTY HOT SAUCE
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Tonight, DJ Pat K fills in for The Whig Out, spinning 45rpm blasters! Put on your high-heeled sneakers and make with the shake here, starting at 8pm EST!
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Saturday, August 20, 2016
Who Killed Teddy Bear
Magna, United States
Produced by Everett Rosenthal, Directed by Joseph Cates
Charles Beesley writes in The Psychotronic Encyclopedia of Film:
Really grimy obscene phone call chiller with a New York discotheque background, Busboy Sal Mineo, guardian to a brain-damaged sister, writhes in bed while club hostess/deejay Juliet Prowse worries on the other end of the line. Jan Murray of th vice squad tries to investigate and acts so creepy that Juliet thinks he's the maniac. With Frank Campanella, Margot Bennett, and Elaine Stritch as Juliet's lesbian boss, who tries to help in her own way. Title song and discotheque hits written by Al Kasha and Bob Gaudio (of the Four Seasons).
Wednesday, August 17, 2016
Tonight's Fringe Factory Radio show is for the Fugitives, Freaks & the CRAZY ONES! Featuring a couple brand new song premieres from Viv and the Sect off their upcoming album, some Georgia & Texas Garage greatness, everyone' current fave bands The Mystery Lights & DADDY LONG LEGS & more! Tune in and TURN IT UP with Fringe Factory DJ Vikki V at 8pm ET, 5PM PT at www.wfmu.org/playlists/FY
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It really all started with airplanes. They made way for world wide exploration, the fantasy of it all captured on film - musical scores and eventually moved just to music. A simple album that could be played at home, while one enjoyed an evening cocktail with feet propped up on their recliner in the comfort of one's own living room. Music, that could carry one from the orient, to the jungle, to outer space, and then down to exotic South American locations and back again. Men usually led the orchestras but there were a few women instrumentalists and female voices and many uncredited singers who helped create these beautifully lush layered sounds. Eventually these international sounds snuck into Rock'n'Roll, and today on Crayons to Perfume! we hear it all. So come go with me on an adventure around the world, following the ladies who made the often quirky, weird, and wonderful sounds - Exotica Women! Listen here at 7pm tonight!
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Sunday, August 14, 2016
Posted by Nitty Gritty Tania at 12:38 PM
It's like Halloween in August, today on the Whig Out! You can tune in right after The Real Nitty Gritty right here for a monstrously fun hour of garage rock and surf!
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Saturday, August 13, 2016
THE ATOMIC BRAIN (aka MONSTROSITY)
Produced by Jack Pollexfen & Dean Dillman, Jr., Directed by Joseph V. Mascelli
Michael J. Weldon writes in the Psychotronic Encyclopedia of Film:
The cinematographer of the THE INCREDIBLY STRANGE CREATURES and other Ray Dennis Steckler films steps out and makes his own cheap horror film. A wealthy widow hires a mad doctor to transfer her brain into a beautiful young body. Three young European girls are imported as candidates, but the doctor and his mutant assistant stray from their mission. Two girls become zombies and the third has a cat's brain placed in her head! You won't believe it! Meeeoooow!