Tracklist for the show that broadcast July 31, 2014. Tune in every Thursday from 4-6PM PM on BFF.fm!
- Peach Kelli Pop – “Julie Oulie”
- Habibi – “I Got The Moves”
- The Aislers Set – “The Way to Market Station”
- Billy Changer – “Barbarella”
- The Pharmacy – “Strange”
- Trance Farmers – “Lone Star”
- Gap Dream – “Strong Love”
- The Everywheres – “Unfortunate Direction”
- Jeremy Jay – “The Stranger”
- King Gizzard – “Black Tooth”
- Sauna Heat – “I’m Broke”
- Purling Hiss – “Learning Slowly”
- Naomi Punk – “Television Man”
- White Fang – “Chill Yourself”
- Dead Ghosts – “Summer with Phil”
- Cheri Cheri Jaguar – “Jaguar”
- SW/MM/NG – “All I Want”
- The Rosebuds – “In My Teeth”
- Secret Cities – “Paradise”
- Adam Stafford – “Please”
- Bird Call – “Every Day is Exactly the Same” (NIN cover)
- Holy Sons – “Beverly Hills” (Circle Jerks cover)
- Tom Vek – “Broke”
- Francois & The Atlas Mountains – “La Vie Dure”
- Misun – “Eli Eli”
- Little Racer – “Dancing”
- Lia Ices – “Thousand Eyes”
- Rivergazer – “Lonely”
- Blessed Feathers – “Huaycan Song 2″
- Faces on Film – “The Rule”
Dresden Dolls, Amanda Palmer believes we shouldn’t fight the fact that digital content is freely shareable — and suggests that artists can and should be directly supported by fans.
The days are shorter, the nights are colder. And so I found myself compelled to make a mix to fit this mood. So here it is, a collection beautiful, etherial sounds from some of my favorite female artists. Songbirds who are Mon the rise whose sounds you can curl up to…or fly away with.
Can there be architecture without buildings? What if a wall or a floor went on forever? What happens to the space of a room as people move through it?
Field Conditions, a new exhibition at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art opening September 1, will explore these questions through an array of immersive installations and projects by notable architects and contemporary artists. The works on view pose provocative questions about the construction, experience, and representation of space, inviting us to imagine beyond the frame.
On Thursday, September 6, the spatial experiments will extend beyond the museum’s walls when SFMOMA’s A+D Forum hosts an opening reception after-party at Public Works, where local musicians and visual artists will use their own language to provoke a spatial condition inspired by Field Conditions.
Featured performances by Jonas Reinhardt, Jamie Jams, DJ Dials, Loric, and Primo Pitino; with visuals by Camilla Padgitt-Coles, EVDM, and AOI. The event is open to the public and starts at 9:30 p.m. Public Works is located at 161 Erie Street in San Francisco. Tickets to the event are available for $10 at Eventbrite. Get your dancing shoes on and come out to support Bay Area architecture and design!