Wrong Division Playlist: Oct. 11, 2018

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

Alex Cunningham “Shorthand” from Fiddle
Imelda Marcos “Monica Chiaroscuro” from Dalawa
Sexual Jeremy “Somebody” from Chuck Weekend
The Sediment Club “The Payoff” from Stucco Thieves
The Dreebs “Reese” from Forest of a Crew
Permission “Holding Pattern” from Contagious Life
Tamagotchi Teenage Dirtbag “Not Enough” from Dirtbag Demo
Canned Laughter “I Guess We Don't Really Need Schools” from Demo
Video Filth “No Remorse” from Video Filth/Mutant Itch Split
Forget The Times “Ride & Trash” from Split CS
Nibiru “Amputate” from Amputate
Tundrastomper “Sweet Baby Boy” from Clean It Up
Little Big Bangs “Saccharine” from I Like It Here
No Thanks “Vestige.” from The Trial
Trespass “Expanded Memories” from Expanded Memories
Blank Spell “Dream-fearing” from Miasma
Iron Bars “War with Myself” from Iron Bars
New England Patriots “What About The Wild” from (New England) Patriots Vol. 1
Man or Astroman? “Curious Constructs of Stem-Like Devices Which Now Prepare Themselves to Be Thought of as Fingers” from A Spectrum of Infinite Scale
Don Gero “Rock III” from Wizarding
New Bloods “Oh, Deadly Nightshade!” from The Secret Life
Bratmobile “I Love You, You Little Crocodile” from Pottymouth
Wimps “Garbage People” from Garbage People
Lithics “Edible Door” from Mating Surfaces
Marnie Stern “Her Confidence” from Marnie Stern
Taiwan Housing Project “Multidimensional Spectrum” from Veblen Death Mask
Deerhoof “Running Thoughts” from The Runners Four
Shellac “Didn't We Deserve a Look At You the Way You Really Are” from Terraform
Fischessen “Mein liebster Feind” from Der Tote Winkel
Jitters “Marv” from Zones
Bygones “Cold Reading” from Bygones
Yoshida Tatsuya Imahori Tsuneo “Dots” from Dots

This Week In St. Louis: Oct. 8 - 14, 2018


@ SLU Xavier Hall | 8pm | $15-$25
New Music Cricle & SLU present:
-Anthony Braxton
-Jacqueline Kerrod

Fresh off an appearance at Louisville's Cropped Out Festival, legendary composer and free-jazz innovator Anthony Braxton performs St. Louis to help ring in New Music Circle's 60th year as a purveyor of avant-garde music in St. Louis. Jacqueline Kerrod is a world-renowned harpist and will join Braxton for this rare duo performance. 

THU. OCT. 11

@ Strawberry Bounce House | 8pm | $7
-The Cavves (KS)
-Party Fridge (KS)
-Aiko Tsuchida

Bright vibes on a Thursday night with the bubbly Cavves who play rock that's equally upbeat and unapologetic. Tourmates Party Fridge literally have "party" in the name, so draw your own conclusions there. Anthony Worden tours on his latest record Slouching Towards Tomorrow, which features a who's who of Iowa artists backing up the luminous songwriter. 

FRI. OCT. 12

@ Schlafly Tap Room | 9pm | free | all ages
-Sexual Jeremy (TX)
-Imelda Marcos (Chicago, IL)
-Mother Meat
-Skin Tags

This damaged no-wave punk from Texas would be more at home in a half-flooded basement than the stage at Schlafly. While Sexual Jeremy has some brainy jazz-bending parts, the feel never veers too far off from its thrashy, punk core. Chicago's Imelda Marcos rounds out the bill with a rhythmically dense set of songs for those who want to venture down the progressive and math rock rabbit hole. This is the kind of mixed bill you want in your life. 

SAT. OCT. 13

@ Foam | 9:30pm | $7 | all ages
-Sediment Club (NY)
-The Dreebs (NY)
-Joss Barton

Whether it's by Pitchfork or the Bandcamp blog, Sediment Club has been hailed as one of the pure innovators of no-wave for the last decade, and all its members are still under 30. Their tourmates the Dreebs feature a former member of Parquet Courts while sharing players with New York's practically legendary noise outfit PC Worship. Arrive on time to catch Apathist!, the latest south city duo featuring former members of Yowie and Vernacular String Trio. 

These are just some highlights. See the side bar for more!