Wrong Division Playlist 10/21/2016

Wrong Division airs live every Thursday night from 11PM to 1AM on 88.1 FM KDHX. Stream the show and check out past playlists at KDHX.ORG.

Yowie “Slowly But Surly” from Damning With Faint Praise - EP
Kayo Dot “Magnetism” from Plastic House on Base of Sky
Trauma Harness “Labor Front” from Labor EP
Nots “No Novelty” from Cosmetic
Yeesh “Xan Wagon” from Confirmation Bias
Tele to Lumby “Selling Bronze Arrows Pls Help” from A Light Pot of Weeds
Fatkid “Fruit Armada” from Brunch
Cheer-Accident “The Autumn Wind Is a Pirate” from Introducing Lemon
Curt Oren “I Love My Dog” from Curt Oren
Colossamite “My Driving Hand” from All Lingo's Clamor - EP
Dazzling Killmen “Staring Contest” from Face of Collapse
Dazzling Killmen “My Lacerations” from Face of Collapse
Pat Metheney and Ornette Coleman “Compute” from Song X
BIG BEAR “Song 15” from Under the Beach
Chat Logs “Turned Heel” from Am I Right or Am I Right? - EP
Eula “Aplomb” from Wool Sucking
Sediment Club “Ink Drunk” from Kicked Back Into The Crypt
Glass Teeth “Your Fired” from Notice of Termination
What We Won't See “Fight Me” from blood covered winter
Multicult “S Curve” from Position Release
Black Eyes “Someone Has His Fingers Broken” from Black Eyes
Oxes “Say Something to Bees about not Praying and Don't Bothering” from Arab on Radar
U.S. Maple “Ma Digital” from Acre Thrills
Timeghost “Cellular Automata” from Cellular

Wrong Division Playlist 10/13/2016

Wrong Division airs live every Thursday night from 11PM to 1AM on 88.1 FM KDHX. Stream the show and check out past playlists at KDHX.ORG.

Milk Vetch “Timeline” from Timeline
Imelda Marcos “Diet Gamelan” from Isa
Persh “Jet Black Hickey” from Jet Black Hickey
Exitbag “Smiling Alligator” from Exitbag's Boyshorts
Jail Solidarity “Pretty Good Privacy” from Pretty Good Privacy
The Fordists “A Strange Woman” from Watch You
Anybody But The Cops “Ronnie James Deodurant” from The Shape of Punk To-Go
Die Monitr Batss “Heatersss” from Girls of War
Warhammer 48K “track 6” from An Ethereal Oracle
The Ex “giant” from Knormmalities V.3 Posthumories
The Ex + Tom Cora “Total Preparation” from Scrabbling At The Lock
Colossamite “Hot house” from Economy of Motion
Colossamite “Mr. Somebody Does Something” from Economy of Motion
Health Problems “Lies and Movement” from Winners
In Medias Res “Velvet General” from In Medias Res
In Medias Res “Labor of Love” from In Medias Res
Angel Hair “Do Do” from Angel Hair
Gibbous “No Elevators” from no elevators
Tunic “Bend” from Tunic/Conduct Split 7
Animal Lover “Garage Wolves” from 7"
YUKON “Pedestrian” from Mortar
Nick Millevoi “Bruxer” from Black Figure of a Bird - EP
Made in Mexico “Farewell Myth” from Zodiac Zoo
Passe Montagne “Dactiloca” from Long Play
Lightning Bolt “Mythmaster” from Fantasy Empire
Tarngo “Balconette” from Horman
Hella “In the Meantime, in Between Time” from Total Bugs Bunny On Wild Bass
Battles “B+T” from EP C

This Week In St. Louis 10/10/16 - 10/16/16


Palm (PA)

@ Foam / 3359 S. Jefferson Ave.
9 p.m. / $7 / all ages


Fielded (NY)
Yao Ming
DJ Crim Dolla Cray
@ Upstairs Lounge / 3131 S. Grand Blvd.
9 p.m. / $8-$10


Russian Tsarlag
Jeff Zagers
Carl Calm
Justin Clifford Rhody
Trucker Stanley's Night Dreams
@ Kerr Foundation / 21 O'Fallon St.
8 p.m. / $10 / all ages

Caddywhompus (New Orleans, LA)
Jr. Clooney
@ The Nest
7 p.m. / all ages


Jail Solidarity (DC)
Skin Tags
@ The Nest
8:30 p.m. / $5 / all ages

Jail Solidarity offers lumbering, hard-hitting hardcore songs that feel expansive in scope. By slowing the tempo, the D.C. trio explores space while sharp, guttural howls serve as an exclamation mark. The mighty Persh opens alongside exitbag, who recently released its new album, exitbag's boyshorts. 


Imelda Marcos (Chicago, IL)
Hess/Cunningham Duo
@ Foam / 3359 S. Jefferson Ave.
9 p.m. / $5 / all ages

One of the stand-outs from this year's PuFest, Imelda Marcos returns roughly six weeks later with its percussive approach to nuanced songs that twist, stretch and contort around a central melody before delving into a maddening grind. Ish closes this show with its amorphous pop, rife with scales and a split tongue. 

Wrong Division Playlist 10/6/2016

Wrong Division airs live every Thursday night from 11PM to 1AM on 88.1 FM KDHX. Stream the show and check out past playlists at KDHX.ORG.

Q “HQW” from Recqrd
Fried Egg “Mixed Feelings” from Delirium
Exitbag “Smiling Alligator” from exitbag's boyshorts
Bob Bucko Jr. “Pigs Are People Too” from Absolute Endings
Palm “Ankles” from Palm - Audiotree Live
Ga'an “I of Infinite Forms Part 1” from Ga'An
Hylidae “Q” from Hylidae
Caddywhompus “Big Fun” from Remainder
Imelda Marcos “Dresses the Colors of Crayons” from The Record Company session
Jail Solidarity “Intuition” from Clean Girls // Jail Solidarity
Xaddax “The High Hat” from Counterclockwork
Lightning Bolt “Mythmaster” from Fantasy Empire
GUERILLA TOSS “pink elephant” from Gay Disco - EP
Horse Lords “Truthers” from Interventions
Grand Ulena “Between Tholozan and Oleatha” from Gateway to Dignity
Nicoffeine “Holy Hell of a Himmel” from Lighthealer Stalking Flashplayer
This is My Condition and Dan Kozak “This Mission Pt. 1” from This Mission
Warhammer 48K “Get Bodacious” from Uber Om
Multicult “S Curve” from Position Release
The Wayward “Live In a Vacuum” from Overexposure
New England Patriots “Like a Rope” from (New England) Patriots Vol. 1
Nü Sensae “Whispering Rule” from Sundowning
PRE “Why Be Wives” from Hope Freaks
Fischessen “Kittner” from Köder
Collections of Colonies of Bees “fun” from Customer

This Week In St. Louis 10/3/16 - 10/9/16


Way Out Weirdo Wednesday feat.:
Ali Naeini and Drew Gowran
Jason LaChance
Brain Transplant
@ Way Out Club / 2525 S. Jefferson Ave.
9 p.m. / free / 21+

The duo of Ali Naeini and Drew Gowran headline this month's edition of David Bell's Way Out Weirdo Wednesday, which includes a solo performance by Jason LaChance (of Barely Free Partial Prisoners), Julio Prato (of Kenshiro's) as Nebulosa and a classic configuration of St. Louis' longest-standing noise troupe Brain Transplant. 


Kal Marks (Boston, MA)
Kilometers Davis
A Leaf In the Street
@ Cookie Tree Mansion
8:45 p.m. / all ages

Boston's Kal Marks brings sawtooth indie rock from the ditches of the same music scene that produced Guerilla Toss, Pile and New England Patriots among many others. The band's approach to pensive, melodic passages mixing with thick, overdriven dirges provides an enormous payoff in regards to range and scope. St. Louis' own Glued features members of Blight Future, Persh, Fragile Farm and Whsky Gngr. 


Fried Egg (Richmond, VA)
Fried E/M
Maximum Effort
@ San Loo / 3211 Cherokee St.
9 p.m.

This solid weekender offers hyperactive hardcore via Richmond's Fried Egg alongside Lumpy Rex alums Q and the relatively new Fried E/M - a Lumpy offshoot that fires off more gritty punk baked in grime.


Ded Weight Vol. 2 release feat.:
Jaded Evil Lambs
Tubby Tom
Mussy Cluves
@ Dugan House
9 p.m. / all ages

Ded Weight is Kyle Izded's tiresome exercise in nihilism (which is sort of the point here) wrought with graphic sketches that juxtapose with snarky and slapstick satire. Being Kyle's first release in years, several of STL's harshest, most stringent of noise makers celebrate to peel the paint off the walls at Dugan Haus. 

Bob Bucko Jr. (Dubuque, IA)
Vernacular String Trio
Fragile Farm
@ Foam / 3359 S. Jefferson Ave.
9 p.m. / all ages

Through sculpting lonesome waves of folk and drone, Dubuque's Bob Bucko Jr. offers an experimental expression of songwriting that rarely wavers in sharpness and wit. On this night, he is joined by St. Louis' Vernacular String Trio, who is set to release its debut on Bucko's label Personal Archives this fall. 

TheBirdsAtThisHour feat.:
Black Body Heat
BoBo/Hylidae/18aC trio

@ The Luminary / 2701 Cherokee St.
9 p.m. / $10

Stan Chisholm, the brains behind 18andCounting, debuts a three-part series on this night titled TheBirdsAtThisHour, which features both digital and physical installations as well as live performances by a variety of performers and collaborators. Parts 2 and 3 occur in November and December, and will ultimately culminate with a release party at the end. 


The Blues (Oakland, CA)
Larva Lu
Beauty Pageant
Mike Herr
Aluminum Sasquatch Trio

Trauma Harness
@ The Nest
8 p.m. / $7 / all ages

While the show technically starts at 8 p.m., all are invited to the Nest from 4 p.m. for a BBQ and party. The Blues is pretty obscure (literally, there is little to no information about this band online), but the band sports members from Violence Creeps so that should be assurance of a solid performance. 

See the calendar side bar for more shows happening soon including Quintron and Miss Pussycat at the Firebird on Saturday.