This is a song from under the floorboards... (Magazine)
This space is a repository for my net radio station news and the like. Sometimes, when reposting older news and playlists, I'll include my recent comments in bold italics. I keep the following station description at the top, since I kept changing it all the time.

meow: glitterbox:

Freeform eclectronica: new and old. (Hehe, I'm so clever.) Music that falls through the cracks: electro, Italo disco, synth, post-punk, funk, old NYC favourites, obscure 70s/80s, idm, Detroit and other techno techno, acid, microhouse, bedroom bleeps, mash-ups and loads more.

NOT the same old "dance" or "electronic" selections. And when I play 8ties stuff, it's not the same old tunes everyone was already sick of by 1985. It IS quirky, new, and different, often obscure, always interesting and fun. I play whatever it is I'm feeling, from music for dancing to certifiable chillage and points inbetween. It's a great station for home, work or wherever. Playlists are carefully selected and sound quality is way better than it should be at this bitrate.

Latest station news appears, and is archived here.

Thursday, November 20, 2003

11.19 last week's playlist!

and tune in tonite around midnite for more... The new show will of course, repeat Thursday nite @ 10pm EST.

Whoops! The new show already started! Where were you?

ROCKIST1b 11.13.03 kittygrocksthebox2

Orbital: Satan (Intro)
Inhumanz: Magic Stroke (Lil Kim feat. 50 Cent vs Billy Squire!)
The Humpers: Apocalypse Girl
Dirty Mary: Drinkin & Drivin
Blondie: Living in the Real World
Gore Gore Girls: Standing on the Corner
Queen V: Good Girl Gone
Magazine: Because You're Frightened
Magas: Dead Quasars
Secret Weapons: Bumps (Vocal Mix)
Der Plan: Leb doch
Erase Errata: Ease on over
Gang of Four: I Found that Essence Rare
Glenn Branca: Lesson No. 1
Wolf Eyes & Black Dice: Side B
Acid Mothers Temple: Ziggy Sitar Dust Raga

Tuesday, November 18, 2003

Yesterday's News Part III
And, that's all of it!

10.10: Last two playlists. I must be getting lazy or something. Great shows, though. Will continue in this groove next week:

DISCO1a 10.01.03 kittygsucksdisco1
A Touch of Class: Streetdub
The Bloods: Button Up
Alexander Robotnick: Problemes D'Amour (Dub)
Playgroup: Hooked on U
Giorgio Moroder: Palm Springs Drive
Taffy: I Love My Radio (Midnight Radio -- USA Mix)
High Energy: High Energy (Creative title, no? from Radius Records ep compilation)
DMX Krew: Soul Miner
Zoot Woman: It's Automatic (Themroc Remix)
Psychonauts: Fear is Real
James Cotton: I Seek
Akufen: Break 3000
Lime: Come and Get Your Love


DISCO1b 10.08.03 kittygsucksdisco2

Keine Ahnung: Plastik
Dr. Shingo: Galaxy Girls
Luke Slater: Take Us Apart
Blondie: Atomic
Puff Daddy: Let's Get Ill (Deep Dish Remix)
Radiohead: Sit Down. Stand Up. (RAS B119 Sith mix)
Wessling & Schrom: Faber Castle
Miss Kittin & The Hacker: The Beach
Ellen Allien: Sehnsuchs
Reinhard Voigt: How We Rock (A2)
Ulysses: Not a Problem
Slide vs White Stripes: 7-Nation Army
Ladytron: Evil (Tony Senghore's Automatic Vocal Remix)

Where else are you gonna hear all this? More next week!

10.22: More work on website -- the greenish-blueish LED-ish one, which is finally starting to make more sense.

last week's show went great! Hopefully tonight's will be better or at least just as good -- OK, last week's show was exceptionally good, so maybe this one will just be really good -- so tune in anyway.

last Wednesday's playlist

DISCO1c 10.15.03 kittygsucksdisco3

Luomo: The Present Lover
Akufen: Hawaiian Wodka Party (1re Tournee)
Tiga vs Radio Slave: Hot in Herre (Instrumental)
Yunx: Muddy Funksters
The Soft Pink Truth: Satie (Grey Corduroy Suit) (Herbert's Walk Free Mix)
Dinosaur L: Clean on Your Bean #1
Loose Joints: Shoot the Pump
David Bowie: Let's Dance (Club Bolly rmx)
Inhumanz: Forget me Frontin' (Pharrell vs Patrice Rushen)
Ramm: Sparke the Universe
Alan Braxe & Fred Falke: Love Lost

10.25:last two shows: These were fun!!

DISCO1d 10.22.03 kittygsucksdisco4

Pluton and the Humanoids: World Invaders
Susmu Yokota: RE: Disco
Klein & MBO: Wonderful
Hi Fi Serious: Because (A Touch of Class Dub)
Ulysses: But I'm Trying ft. Dei (Club Mix)
Akufen: Psychometry III (Falko Brocksieper rmx)
Azoto: Exalt-Exalt
Luomo: Shelter
The Ones: Flawless (Italo Disco Mix)
Anna Kaufen: Who Carez (Eve Millards Careless Mix)
The Soft Pink Truth: Gender Studies (Safety Scissors' Closet Reorganization)
The Soft Pink Truth: Promo Funk
Natural Aspirations: Friendly Children

This next one is REALLY disco, mainly 7ties, but not that played-out isht. Mostly pretty rare/obscure stuff. Some is a bit more soul/R&B and it is all funky. Enjoyed this so much, will probably do it again sometime.

DISCO1e 10.23.03 kittygsucksdisco5

Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes: The Love I Lost
Eastside Connection: You're So Right for Me
Aural Exciters: Spooks in Space (Discomix)
Alan Douglas: Hustler's Rap
Pat Lundy: Work Song
The Universal Robot Band: Barely Breaking Even
Suzy Q: Get on Up and Do It Again
Magic Disco Machine: Scratchin'
Loleatta Holloway: Hit and Run
Grace Jones: Comme un Oiseau qui s'Envole
Grace Jones: La Vie en Rose

Oh, and buy the Dr. Shingo album. It's on Forte.

Posted: Mon Nov 03, 2003 2:44 pm Post subject:


last week's Halloween show:

kittyween 10.31.03 spookylaptopm1nx

Me First and the Gimme Gimmes: Science Fiction Double Feature
Judas Priest: Metal Gods
I-f: Space Invaders are Smoking Grass (short, remastered version)
Inhumanz:Shoot the Warpigs (Nas vs Black Sabbath)
The Rapture: Killing
Mat-101: Haunted House
Ladytron: Evil (Tony Senghore's Automatic Vocal Remix)
Psychonauts: Fear is Real
Eon: Basket Case
The Psychopaths: Nightmares
Tango and Ratty: Tales from the Darkside
Pluton and the Humanoids: World Invaders
I-f featuring Nancy Fortune: Holographic Voice
Aural Exciters: Spooks in Space (Discomix)
Mat-101: Goblin 101

This mix was so much fun. After doing it, I realized that I had more tracks I could throw in, but there's always next year. This is the first mixed show I've done here that was totally mixed on my computer. There were somethings about it I really like, but there were technical problems getting it going. And the final result was much glitchier than I would have liked. And not glitchy in a good way. So I'm not totally happy with it. May do more along these lines in the future, but this week it's back to vinyl! Thank goodness.

Yeah, the glitches sucked.

Wed Nov 05, 2003 12:42 am Post subject: meow: kitty was a black sheep, kitty was a...


Wow... ten pages of all this:

Hey, check out my Top 10 glitterbox tunes of last week:

1. The Soft Pink Truth - Make Up - Do You Party? (Soundslike lp)

2. I-F feat Nancy Fortune - Holographic Voice - Disco Nouveau 3 (Ghostly Int'l)

3. Paul Johnson feat. Jessica - Erotic City - Erotic City 12"+

4. Millsart aka Jeff Mills - 3-D2 - Every Dog Has Its Day 3

5. Zoot Woman - It s Automatic (Themroc Remix) - It's Automatic 12"

6. The Soft Pink Truth - Acting Crazy - Acting Crazy pink 12"

7. The Rapture - Killing - The Juan McLean: Give Me Every Little Thing 12" B-side (DFA)

8. Porn.darsteller - 599 00..! - Invasion Planete 007

9. MOG GOG - 1a_4 A4 - 1a++

10. Ellen Allien - Alles Sehen - Berlinette lp

+Yup, two covers of Prince tunes in the top 3; #1 (covered by Soft Pink Truth) was written for Vanity (I think) and #3 is one of The Artist's best.
++Kinda cool, since this is my song. I have a few of my ambient/idm/experimental trax sprinkled in here. Yeah, I beat out Ellen Allien; take that, Ellen! hehee. Thanks to whoever tried to buy it, although it's not for sale @ Amazon (or anywhere else) ...hmmm, maybe I should try selling them.

Next post refers to the start of my "Rockist" shows -- post punk, punk, buttrock, other stuff.... the beginnings of my Saturday show "Gutter Glamour." Meow!

11.07: And a fun show it was! Ratings Thursday seem to have been pretty good, so I will be repeating Wednesday's midnite shows on Thursdays @ 10pm EST from now on. Didn't get a chance to broadcast a second set, so I will probably do a double set next Wed/Thurs. Laters...

And look, it's post #666 from me. That can only mean one thing... SATAN!!

About Patti Smith's "Rock & Roll Nigger"...

Posted: Sat Nov 08, 2003 12:08 am Post subject:


Actually, I don't have the Natural Born Killers soundtrack... I tend to like Trent Reznor's work from that time and Lard are/were great and it has Barry Adamson on it, and I really like his stuff. I do have Patti Smith's "Easter" where that track first appeared ...excellent record.

This is Post #668 -- the Neighbor of the Beast.

Oh, I'm so friggin' clever.

Last Wednesday's playlist. (and I will be repeating Wednesday shows on the following Thursday @ 10pm EST from now on.) Something a bit different -- a take on some of the for-lack-of-a-better-word rock tunes I like. All different stuff, some of which wouldn't have been out of place on my broadcast before -- like what wouldn't, heheh. Post-punk being a main theme, but not the only one. The next couple of weekly shows will continue in this vein and I'll be starting up a show Saturdays of all rock & roll selections.

ROCKIST1a 11.06.03 kittygrocksthebox1

Patti Smith Group: Babelogue / Rock n Roll Nigger
D-Generation: Wasted Years
Erase Errata: Ca. Viewing
Adult.: Turn Your Back
Adult.: High Heels on Tile Floors (Adulterated Version)
Joy Division: Shadowplay
The Futureheads: Robot
Gang of Four: To Hell with Poverty
The Rapture: Heaven
White Stripes: The Hardest Button to Button (FK1000 White Stripped rmx)
The Darkness vs SFB: I Believe in a Thing Called Love (rmx)
Judas Priest: Living After Midnight
Electric 6: Naked Pictures (of Your Mother)
The Chap: Remember Elvis Rex
Felix Da Housecat: Cyberwh*re
The Pop Group: She is Beyond Good and Evil
A Certain Ratio: Kether Hot Kneves

Where else are ya gonna hear all this? heheh. A lot of these tunes will be making it into my regular rotation, which has expanded to take on more funk and post-punk.

Tue Nov 11, 2003 10:57 pm Post subject: meow: cuz it's better to regret something you have done...


new top 10 from the glitterbox...

1. Paul Johnson feat. Jessica - Erotic City - Erotic City 12"

2. I-F feat Nancy Fortune - Holographic Voice - Disco Nouveau 3 (Ghostly Int'l)

3. Dominatrix - The Dominatrix Sleeps Tonight - Dominatrix 12" (Warlock)

4. Porn.darsteller - 599 00..! - Invasion Planete 007

5. Felix Da Housecat - Glitz Rock - Kittenz and Thee Glitz

6. Ellen Allien - Alles Sehen - Berlinette lp

7. Echowest - Englestur - New Deutsch comp (Gigolo)

8. Zoot Woman - It s Automatic (Themroc Remix) - It's Automatic 12"

9. David Caretta - Contact (Serge Gainsbourg) - Le Catalogue Electronique

10. Casco - Cybernetic Love (Instrumental) - Radius Records EP 3

Posted: Tue Nov 11, 2003 11:26 pm Post subject: meow: cuz it's better to regret something you have done...


Listen for more goodies tonight (Wednesday nite), 'round midnite with extra goodies on earlier around 10:00pm. That's East Coast time. And I'll repeat the new sets Thursday @10pm. AND... I'll be playing rock & roll selections all day Saturdays from now on. Name of the show is "Gutter Glamour" and you know by these playlists, it won't be your usual selections.

11:13: apropos of nothing, well, actually I have a reason, but I just like saying "apropos of nothing." Anyway, since my musical selection has expanded and my horizons broadened while my priorities have shifted, I've changed my station description a bit. It now reads:

electro-post punk-funk-Italo-disco-idm-Deutsch-synth-NY-no wave-no rave-mash-ups-micro-house-Detroit-techno-booty-acid-kittycore

Heehee! Just so you know.

More rock & roll on tonite. (Thursday, already!) Starts around 10pm EST. laters.

Riffing on the Butthole Surfers in the next post... And by the way, these posts were taken straight from the board on Live365... I am talking to other people here. Not just myself! Really I am. "Hello Kitty. How are you today?" "I'm just fine, Kitty, and you?" ermmmm....

Posted: Sat Nov 15, 2003 2:16 am Post subject: meow: cuz it's better to regret something you have done...


"...and by the way, if you see your mom this weekend, wouldja be sure and tell her..."


Sun Nov 16, 2003 4:08 am Post subject: meow: cuz it's better to regret something you have done...


top 10 in the glitterbox this week:

1. Ellen Allien - Alles Sehen - Berlinette lp

2. Paul Johnson feat. Jessica - Erotic City - Erotic City 12"

3. Luomo - Shelter - The Present Lover lp

4. Felix Da Housecat - Glitz Rock - Kittenz and Thee Glitz lp

5. Dominatrix - The Dominatrix Sleeps Tonight - Dominatrix 12" (Warlock)

6. Zoot Woman - It s Automatic (Themroc Remix) - It's Automatic 12"

7. Echowest - Englestur - New Deutsch comp (Gigolo)

8. Dr. Shingo - Smells Like Teen Spirit - Dr. Shingo's Space Odd-yssey lp

9. David Caretta - Contact (Serge Gainsbourg) - Le Catalogue Electronique lp

10. Alek Stark - Disco TK - Highway to Disko lp

I found these stats interesting, just this once maybe:

Stuff people tried to buy (whether they were successful or not... my stuff's not for sale, at least not anytime soon anyway):

1. Zoot Woman - It s Automatic (Themroc Remix) - It's Automatic 12"

2. Paul Johnson feat. Jessica - Erotic City - Erotic City 12"

3. MOG GOG - 1a_4 A4 - 1a

4. Luomo - Shelter - The Present Lover lp

5. Lacquer - X - Kitsune Love comp ...Amazon at least has this one!

6. Kitty Glitter mixes - ETRO3s 3.06.03 - electro-punk-disco ...not this one!

7. Felix Da Housecat - Glitz Rock - Kittenz and Thee Glitz lp ...do I need to comment on this without sounding too snarky/music-nerd-snobbish?

8. Echowest - Englestur - New Deutsch comp (Gigolo)

9. Dr. Shingo - Smells Like Teen Spirit - Dr. Shingo's Space Odd-yssey lp ...this came out on Forte. Just buy it. Worth looking for.

10. Dominatrix - The Dominatrix Sleeps Tonight - Dominatrix 12" (Warlock)

11. Anthony Rother - Psi City - Welcome to Psicity comp

12. Adult. - Don't You Stop (Original) - Adult. Misinterpreted 12"

stuff people wished for:

1. The Soft Pink Truth - Acting Crazy - Acting Crazy pink 12"

2. Paul Johnson feat. Jessica - Erotic City - Erotic City 12"

3. Multiplex - Mainline - Pinghaus Frequencies lp ...great electro-flavoured IDM record... it's German, right now I'm too lazy to look up the label. Record is a lovely transparent green.

4. Kitty Glitter mixes - ETRO4d 4.23.03 - electrochilledsexydiscovolant ...if you wish really hard. Like on a star or something. I might show up in person.

5. James Cotton - I Seek - State of the Union ep (Spectral/Ghostly International)

6. Felix Da Housecat - Glitz Rock - Kittenz and Thee Glitz lp

7. David Caretta - Contact (Serge Gainsbourg) - Le Catalogue Electronique lp (Gigolo) ...I just put Serge Gainsbourg's name in there cuz I dig his stuff and also so that wayward funny French pop fans would find me and be tricked into thinking I would play more tunes by him.

11.17: More new tunes of mine uploaded for my Monday shows, now called "silent g". These continue in the same experimental/ambient/idm vein -- more beatless moggie tracks! Next week I hope to have some of these up on the net to at least preview (if not download) as well as some nice dronestuff for the second half of the Monday show.

And that brings us up to the present.
Yesterday's News Part II
Aren't you lucky?

meow: dateline: 07.10.03: 23:38 kittytime:

last wednesday's show:

Electric Kitten Keio: EK2_01_7.03.03 + EK2_02_7.10.03

2 long continous jams... no playlist, no track listings even... eventually i'll do some cut-down remixes of the finer moments from these. thy're kinda wierd (even for me) but i'll slip them in sometime, probably around the weekend for your chilling pleasure.

gear used: Korg Electribes EA-, ER- and ES-1 and a Korg 707 and some efx as well as a flugelhorn and a butt-trumpet. (not really on the last 2)

also, i've slunk up to #8 on the electro chart. yay!... and 4 people love my station enough to name it their favourite, which is coincidentally the highest number of listeners i've ever seen.

ooops, no make that 5 people now love me enough to name me their favourite.

meow: dateline: 07.16.03: 7:51 kittytime:

big updates... i'm uploading new tracks every day this week, so listen for an even bigger and better and fresher playlist. dope new mixes coming up too -- stupid dope -- one-time junglist mash-ups show and bunch more electro-ish sets. tonite will probably do another live ambient idm set and i'm considering adding a show of mainly idm originals to Monday nites in the future. stay tuned.

check out my website, too, where I've added a whole page of technical_isht what will tell you what plug-ins and stuff you need to make my station sound even better on your end. i mean, it'll sound great ...and maybe you'll never listen anywhere else again. heehee!

last wednesday's show:

Electric Kitten Keio: 00p5...7.15.03

nice one, this, bit more focussed than the past couple but more interesting... starts off spacey, bleepy goes through various permutations before going all hardcore techno (really! ...reminds me of various early 90's more techno than breakbeat tunes) and ends up all clicky noisey

meow: dateline: 08.06.03: 08:16 kittytime:

last two shows:

Electric Kitten Keio: EK2_03_7.24.03: Keio Jam and Earl
Electric Kitten Keio: RABBIT_7.30.03: Through the Rabbit Hole 1

It keeps evolving and mutating as i reorganize my studio. these sets saw, in addition to my previous electric kit, the introduction of the little Yamahas DX200 and AN200 and the big Korg DW8000.

Electric Kitten Keio bids farewell to Wednesday nights after tonight. Tomorrow night's show will be a bit more electro and acid and maybe a suprise or two. I'm happy people like these shows, but I've got to get back to mix shows, which I've been neglecting. Look for those to start back up wednesday of next week... I've got a pile of new electro and whatnot to get on - should be loads of fun!

Not to worry as my own musical explorations will be moving to monday nights @ 8pm EST. called "Elegant Freshman", it will include old and new stuff from Electric Kitten Keio and other projects. (I'll also play this stuff sometimes over the weekend.) EK2 is mainly ambient and chilled idm, often dubby, psometimes psychedelic even, with the odd electro, techno and glitch bits and often just odd. influences include Aphex Twin, Boards of Canada, Pete Namlook and once in a while a good bit of Plastikman or Kid606. Spacey long and meandering, these improvised sets are recorded live and almost never edited. eventually, I'll edit, tweak and twist them into something like regular tunes... or not so regular.

This show is happening now every week. But it's called "Silent G." I like that one better.

For all of July (and part of August) I was playing live sets of my own music. (Mainly idm and ambient, some acid, electro and techno.) These have moved to a new show, elegant freshman, on mondays. Check them out!

Past shows:

Electric Kitten Keio:
EK2_01_7.03.03 Keio Jam
EK2_02_7.10.03 Keio Jam 2
00p5...7.15.03 (OOPS....)
EK2_03_7.24.03 Keio Jam and Earl
RABBIT_01_7.30.03 Through the Rabbit Hole Part 1
RABBIT_02_8.03.03 Through the Rabbit Hole Part 2
DIARY_01_8.06.03/02_8.06.03/03_8.06.03 Kitmatic Diary 1-3

Kit used:

Korg Electribes EA-1, ER-1, ES-1
Korg 707 and DW8000 mid8ties synthesizers
Yamaha AN200 and DX200 glitchboxes
Roland MC-202, SH-101, and TR-707 8ties noise machines
+ some effects and stuff.

Last week's show was my biggest ever. Thank you! I hope everyone tunes in Mondays.

Tonite and for the next 2 weeks, I'm going to be totally different and play all jungle and drum and bass wednesday nites, after midnight.

Yeah, I did that. I forget if anyone actually listened.

It was fun, though.

In response to news that a mash-up remix I'd spun awhile back (not one of mine) was catching on elsewhere:


You can say you heard it here first.

They all follow me. heehee! But I move too fast for them. They can't catch me. Like the Gingerbread Man!

There are some sick new mash-up mixes out. Along with everything else. The next month or so should be very fun and interesting.

And it was. So there.

Sat Aug 23, 2003 9:03 am Post subject: meow: step by step, slowly I turn....


Playing jungle and drum & bass mixes all weekend... and then back to my (not so) normal programming next week, and my regular mix shows!

Thanks to everyone who's written me, I'm often slow in responding.

6 people love Kitty! or at least named this their favourite station.

Posted: Sun Aug 24, 2003 2:52 pm Post subject: meow: shake dat ting miss kitty kitty


More junglist mayhem tonite, mostly jungle this time ...listen for old skool, dark d'n'b and those junglist mash-ups ...not to be missed.

While it's not my normal format, it hasn't exactly hurt my ratings... I might be considering running jungle, drum & bass and old skool hardcore shows on Sundays and Thursdays soon.

New electro, disko, idm and whatever -- "electroclash" is so 2002 -- tunes and mixes coming up this week and all next month. ...might be doing some archaelogical crate-digging soon too for some nice dusty crunchy crusty old grooves....

In the meantime my station plays (faboolous) tracks like:

Alder & Elius vs Phoenicia - Don't You Stop (Get Outta Dodge - Adult. Misinterpreted rmx)
The last (and most removed from its source) of a series of "telephone style" remixes on last year's Adult. Misinterpreted ep. Wierd and groovy

Japanese Telecom Remixes - Perspects
One of a few Detroit electro remixes from an older (2000?) and very nice Intuit-Solar ep.

Kitbuilders - Wake Up (Bolz Bolz Electro rmx)
Very first tune played on the glitterbox and also one of most everybody's favourites. Very special tune.

The Chap - Why Don't You Hit Me Back
From their curious "The Horse" lp, one of several excellent tunes from this eccentric electronic-and-indie-rock band, very cheeky-slacker-British.

Yello - Bostich
One of the odd 1980's tunes. My personal favourite from this Swiss(?) duo and probably their biggest dancefloor favourite, better than "Oh Yeah." I have the early 90's rave remix, too.

I did some poking around on discogs.com to find out some more about Time Zone:

A look on Discogs.com shows these releases from the Afrika Bambaataa Time Zone. Seems to be his project and not Bill Laswell's / Material's. Not familiar with the other tracks, although one has appeared on a number of high-profile compilations. (Note that there was also a techno, rave or trance act called Time Zone with a release or two on Antler Subway, I've left those off)

Afrika Bambaataa pres. Time Zone

What's The Name Of This Nation?...Zulu!, 12" (Profile Records)
Throw Ya Funky Hands Up, 12" (Profile Records)


Time Zone
Also records as: Afrika Bambaataa

The Wildstyle Remix, 12" (Island Records) <---- need this one.
World Destruction, 12" (Virgin Records)
World Destruction, 12" (Virgin Records)
World Destruction, 12" (Celluloid) <-------------- have this one.


Wild Style on Street Sounds Electro Crucial, LP (Street Sounds)
Wildstyle on Prodigy Present: The Dirtchamber Sessions Volume One, CD (XL Recordings)
Zulu War Chant (Funky Remix) on Dope Classics, 2xCD (React)
The Wildstyle (Instrumental Mix) on Celluloid - The Electro Years - Why Is It Fresh?, CD (Distance)
Wildstyle on Urban Theory Presents Electro Science Mixed By The Freestylers, 2xCD (Urban Theory)

I cut the list off after this, as it repeats a lot of stuff, multiple compilation appearances, etc. But these two, apparently rave-era remixes look interesting, if they are what I hope they are:

The World Of God on Techno Trax Vol. 3, 2x12" (ZYX)
Praise God on Serious Beats Vol.2, CD (Trance Mission)

I love Discogs! I have a couple reviews on there, somewhere....

More poop from the glitterbox...

Posted: Wed Aug 27, 2003 7:02 am Post subject: [32kbps] meow:glitterbox [electro idm techno synth]


more poop from the glitterbox:

new tunes and mix shows! Tonite, a return to form with an all-new m1nx selection, more grimey electro funk and punk. Bunch of new stuff to get on. and a few little suprises. Maybe a bit later, like a couple hours after midnite, depending on what my schedule is like, gonna try for midnite.

40 people have rated my station so far, and my rating is pretty high, so I must be doing something right.

working on my web prescence. May be setting up a web page for downloads of my own tunes. The stuff I play Monday nights. Will be doing it on my own, no mp3.com or anything

put a bunch new stuff in my Broadcaster Profile, apart from web links, it's nearly complete. Finally!

more stuff what I play like:

Drexciya - Birth of New Life
Lovely tune from one of the masters of electro and Detroit. Unfortunately, the leader of Drexciya died last year. From the Digital Tsunami ep on Tresor, one of his last, along with a couple of releases on that label, as well as on UR and Clone... not all of which I have, but the Clone ep I have is staggering.

Ellen Allien - Trashscape
My favourite song from the Berlinette lp on Bpitch out of Germany, this chick mixes up a friendly blend of electro, idm, house and techno styles plus her vocals. Which are actually quite good. A bunch of remixes are available

I-f - Space Invaders Are Smoking Grass (12" mix)
Killer electro tune from a couple years ago, that, thanks to its grimy arp, became an unwitting electroclash anthem. This is the extended mix on Interdimensional Transmissions. Viewlexx put out a remastered version of the short mix, but I like this one better. The Viewlexx ep has fantastic, essential electro tracks on it however.

Lowfish - Tolex ver.2
One of my absolute favourites. Lovely chilled electro tune from their excellent The Accident Causer ep on Ersatz Audio. Originally I played this back to back with "Dominatrix." I play lots of this wonderfully arsey artist and try to buy all the Lowfish I can.

Luke Slater - I Can Complete You lp version
Serious bald techno dude goes all eclectic and pop on his Alright on Top lp. And sings. While not every track works, the results are overall quite good, much better than say, if Richie Hawtin pulled this stunt. Or for that matter what Moby (bald, not techno) or BT (not bald, not techno) have done recently. I prefer Luke's 12" mix, which is more typical harsh Slater style, but this synthy discoey cut is pretty nice on its own with its vocoder chorus hook.

Thanks again to everyone who's tuned in and written and stuff.

And you should go out and buy all the records I like! And everything you hear on the glitterbox. (which, of course, I like, although I can't review everything) If you have to download it, do it through iTunes, the new Napster or some other site/service where you have to pay for them. Unless, for some reason, I start playing Moby. Then it's OK to steal them. No, not really!

Some past playlists. (And I'll type up the playlists for the electro shows of the past two weeks later)

Played 8.13.03: Undersea Bass, 1998 (it really is that old!)
Nice classic atmospheric drum & bass mix with a bit of downtempo....

Pronoia: Syracuse
Dillinga: Deep Love
Dave Wallace: Expressions
Goldie: Timeless (Inner City Life)
(Album mix/Baby Boy's edit/Rabbit's Short Attention Span edit)
SDA + John Williams: The Busker
Aquarius + Tayla: Bringing Me Down
Goldie: Sea of Tears
Misterjon: Seachange
Photek: Pharoah
Skanna: Find Me
Purple Penguin: Mountain
M.T.S.: Inspiration
A Side + Nut-E-1: Tonite
L.T.J. Bukem: Demons Theme


MUF3j 8.20.03: Mucked-Up Fix 3 - junglistbootymashup
once in a great while, if I have the tunes, I'll do the odd (very odd) drum & bass mix.

Panjabi MC: Beware of the Boys (Miyuki Cat Hardcore Quickie rmx)
Li'l Louis: French Kiss (Optical rmx)
Tweet: Oops Oh My (DnB rmx)
Pink: There Ya Go (Jungle rmx)
Missy Elliott: Get UR Freak On (Landspeeders DnB mix)
Sean Paul: Get Busy (DnB rmx)
Blair Witch: Raw Sex
DJ Soul Slinger: God is a Lobster
(excellent old Liquid Sky rmx of the B-52s "Rock Lobster"!!)
Missy Elliott: Rain (Drum 'n Bass rmx)
Sum1: Jungle Mayhem
Bounty Killer: How the West Was Won Jungle
Barrington Levy: Here I Come (Jungle)
Total Science: Timeless (B-side)
Q-Project: Champion Sound (Bad Company rmx)
Snoop & Dre: Next Episode (Jungle rmx)
Eminem vs Leviticus: "Incredibly Heavy" ("Lose Yourself")

Will I be doing more of these in the future? Maybe someday, don't know when.

For fans of old jungle, d&B, hardcore, rave, acid house: it also looks like I'll be moving the Psychotech station's programming to this one, not sure what times, Sundays are a definite maybe, as are Thursday nights....

Still hasn't happened. May happen. Thursdays have become the nite I replay my Wednesday show at an earlier time.

Identifying a Goldie lp: The Goldie lp:

It's the Timeless 2x CD, one of my favourites and maybe one of the greatest records ever. He did another called Saturnz Return a couple years later -- there were some really good tunes on it, but its regarded as a musical disaster -- the producer (Rob Playford aka Two Bad Mice, Moving Shadow recs) left halfway through. Anyway, I think there were two versions of the Timeless CD released in the US: one with a white cover which is just the lp and another with a black cover which includes remixes of "Inner City Life" by Baby Boy and Rabbit in the Moon. Both of the remixes are worth having. I have a 12" with downtempo remixes of this tune on it, I'm not sure but I think it includes one, or both of them. If you like that sound: Metalheadz Platinum Breakz is excellent: 1st CD atmospheric, 2nd one is pretty harsh and dark. Platinum Breaks 2 is pretty good too but has less atmospheric sweetness.

My favourites are old skool jungle -- hardcore and ragga sounds -- and also atmospheric drum & bass. Particularly like Good Lookin' / LTJ Bukem stuff (like his house music too) although the old stuff is better in my opinion. Once in awhile, I'll get into somebody a bit different like Bad Company, Total Science, Digital, Konflict -- actually I think I spin drum & bass pretty OK and would keep up with it more if I could afford it.

<---------------------------------------------------REWIND!! hehe

and more playlists! from my last two shows:

ETRO6a 8.27.03: electrofunkpunkrocknowave

Malcolm McLaren: Madam Butterfly
Tom Tom Club: Genius of Love / Pleasure of Love (Instrumental)
The Cold Crush Brothers: Fresh, Wild, Fly and Bold (Cold Crush: It's Us)
50 Cent: In da Club (Party Punk NY Trash rmx)
The Soft Pink Truth: Everybody's Soft
Porn.darsteller: Trouble
Lacquer: X
Dr. Shingo: Smells Like Teen Spirit
Daniel Wang: Pistol Oderso
The Juan MacLean: Give Me Every Little Thing
Casco: Cybernetic Love (Instrumental)
Artist Unknown: Security

ETRO6b 9.04.03: electrofunkpunkrocknowave 2

Manuel Mind & Valentino Tomasi: Strange Sounds (ATOC's Robot Remix)
Eedio: Hero
Printed Circuit: Chevron
The Octagon Man vs Depth Charge: I Dream
Le Syndicat Electronique: Plastic to Plastic
Porn.darsteller: Slave Machine
Kill Memory Crash: Inside the Box
The Suburban Knight aka James Pennington: Maroon
Drexciya: Drexcyen Star Chamber
I-f: Playstation #2
Modeselektor: Tekknoprostitutionsmaschine
(Oder von Bohlen Empfohlen) / Zweete Halbzeit
The Soft Pink Truth: Soft on Crime
Pyrolator: Die Haut der Frau

That Malcolm McLaren song is on right now.

9.09: I haven't done this for awhile, but thanks to everyone who's been listening in the meantime. In the past 30 days, people in the following countries chose to subject themselves to my station for at least an hour. Or several. Or many many....

United States
New Zealand
United Kingdom

and thanks to US listeners from the following cities:

San Francisco / Oakland / San Jose
Los Angeles
New York
Kansas City
Washington DC
Jacksonville / Brunswick, FL / GA
Salisbury, DE / MD
Miami / Fort Lauderdale
Raleigh - Durham
Minot / Bismarck / Dickinson, MT / ND / SD
Dallas - Fort Worth TX
Norfolk - Portsmouth - Newport News, NC / VA
Orlando - Daytona Beach - Melbourne, FL
San Diego

9.09: I'm pleased to have as my guest DJ tonight, DJ Confusion aka Tykxboy @ Live365. You can check out his very popular station here:


and his nice website here:


"Trancefuzzled" -- Expect hard trance, psychedelic, rockin stuff, maybe a little bit of hardcore -- not your usual trance mix. I don't normally play any trance on this station, so you know he's got to be good! This is Tykxboy's debut on the Special People's Club, and the only place (for now) you'll hear this mix.

[usually, I leave out most of the coming attractions material, which I did here. Yeah, I played a trance mix. Don't give me any isht about it. Bite me. F*U. It was actually a really good mix and I like hard trance everyonce in awhile, although I was pretty much over the whole genre long before everyone else was into it, probably even you. Go listen to your trendy underground records, I know you secretly like the Cure, even their later crap like "Friday I'm In Love" which isn't anymore wet than the wettest of wet trance.]

9.13: Started a new website. Doesn't replace the previous one, just a totally different look. Will be updating both of them concurrently and would like to do more looks. This one isn't totally done yet -- not all the links work, not all the graphics are up, some like the intro gfx have to be changed from bitmaps to Flash vector gfx. It's still fun to look at and play with:


The old Radio Shack TRS-80 is humming along nicely.

Website's come along nicely. Still a bit kfludgey... not my main one, the meo3 one.

and last Wednesday's playlist:

ETRO6c 9.10.03: electrofunkpunkrocknowave 3

Bush Tetras: Too Many Creeps
ESG: You Make No Sense
Magas: Pocket Racers
A Touch of Class: Startup
Adult.: Glue Your Eyelids Together
Adult.: Suck the Air
Erase Errata: Marathon (Adult. Remix)
Kitbuilders: Tell Me
Goudron: Art School F*heads
Gold Chains: I Treat Your C****hie Like a Maze
Echowest: Engelstur
The Fox: Ride On (ATOC Disco Dub)
Lizzy Mercier Descloux: Wawa
Material: Secret Life
Legowelt: Disco Rout

Bit more of a [post] punk mix this time, gets a bit (metal-electro-freaky-Italo) disco at the end... heading more in that direction next week, with maybe a bit of no/new wave tooo....

Oh yeah, at some point I threatened to do a goa trance show. Maybe on Sunday, I'll do one. Beware!

9.19: very fun show last wednesday. Will be continuing more along these lines next week and probably for a while....

ETRO6d 9.17.03 electrofunkpunknowavedisco

The Soft Pink Truth: Make Up
Matthew Dear: Plinko
Ellen Allien: Push
Shakedown: Love Games
The Things: Stupid (Tomorrow People Remix)
The White Stripes: Rip It Off Acid Mix
Volga Select: Kalichnikov Rainbow
Lime: Angel Eyes
Klein & MBO: Dirty Talk (A Touch of Class Re-edit)
ESG: Moody
Scissor Sisters: Comfortably Numb (Dub)
Talking Heads: Once in a Lifetime (Carl Craig edit)

Posted: Fri Sep 26, 2003 4:59 am Post subject: meow: same as it ever was...


"cold as ice cream but still as sweet..."

Glitterbox will be around for a while, I've already paid for 6 more months of it, and will keep it going. I might not always have as much time to keep it up as I do now. But for now, I've got so much to get on, it's gonna keep being new and fresh.

This weekend I'll be playing a bunch of my archived mix shows, and it's probably the last time I'll play this much of them at one time. Moving forward....

A picture of my legs and feet, with some retro crap scattered around them. I was promoting my upcoming discoid shows...

How cute! Note that it is good retro crap about my feet, not real crap! As Strong Bad says: "Crap for crap." And those pants are this pyjama catsuit I got at a thrift shop, it's so very tacky but I love it.

And that brought me to this October, which was a pretty busy month in the Glitterbox...

Monday, November 17, 2003

Old news: Some old station updates and playlists archived here for posterity:

My station started up in January 2003, and after experimenting with different formats and stuff, I finally got it going on the air that March. The idea was, and as of this time still is, to do a weekly DJ mixed show, after which most of the tracks would enter steady rotation. The shows would give loyal listeners something to tune into on a regular basis and would also serve as a preview of what I’d be playing every day on the station. It kinda worked and still does. I don’t get a lot of listeners, but I still get ‘em, and so long as I’m playing to somebody besides myself, it’s worth it. Or that’s what I tell meself anyway.

My first show had something of an electroclash hangover. Maybe. See my snarky list: “Who Killed Electroclash” for the last word on this short-lived musical phenomenon. And if it died before its time, it’s nobody else’s fault but that of some trendoid stupid fans and bands who didn’t put out better, and more interesting material. And FU Larry Tee. Anyway, most of the tunes on that first show were acquired in 2002, and I’ve worried since that it sounded already dated compared to what I was playing or would be playing in the future. That it would be the musical equivalent of last season’s shopworn duds on the sale rack. (But, you know, with clothes you find the ones on that rack that have style but don’t look like the ones everyone else wore.) Listening back to it now, I shouldn’t have worried. I didn’t play anything that was too played out at that time, besides, OK, Vitalic. And yeah I played “Silver Screen Shower Scene” but 3 different mixes of it, after which I snarkily went into a bootleg remix of the Cars that I mixed in with Bad Cabbage. And after that it was more synthy disco than anything, maybe bits were a bit samosamo but overall respectable. And hey, I started off with Kitbuilders’ “Wake Up”, basically a more melodic Adult. song and still a great tune. OK, I followed it with two Adult. tunes which was probably a bit much but neither was anything too overplayed. I’ve archived it, like all my shows and I still kinda like it and listeners look back on it fondly.

Anyway, here it is: My current comments are in bold-ital, maybe:

mew: dateline: 03.12.03: 23:58 kittytime:

mew: last weeks's playlist: ETRO3s 3.06.03 (electro-punk-disco, file under booty bass)

kitbuilders: wake up (techno world rmx by bolz bolz)
adult: paranoid vision
adult: don't you stop (original mix
felix da housecat: silver screen shower scene (phunk remix) / (adult mix) / (lp mix): kittenz and thee glitz lp
stupid fresh: whoa! the cops / i like the nightlife baby / bad cabbage: your rude (get f*cked)
nitsch + gleinser: illusion (northern light remix)
soft cell: monoculture (playgroup remix)
wessling & schrom: fade to grey (decomposed subsonic & big chief electric mix) zombie nation feat. cassy britton: unload
divine: native love (dance mix by bobby "o")
david caretta: metal disco class
steril: white dressed domina
vitalic: poney part 2
selway: digital emotion
dr. shingo: i walk this way

thank you for listening - kitty

thanks to France. the country, that is, for listening more than anyone else outside the US. merci beacoup.

(11/03: Oh yeah, at the time, I thought it’d be cool to write in all lowercase. Sorry. Isn’t it nice, now to look back at that time when America and France were pissed off at each other, but my station still managed to bring everyone together. Even if was just two or three people in the US, including myself and one person in France.)

The next week I went all bootleggy-mash-up-y:

meow: dateline: 03.19.03: 6:36 kittytime:

last weeks's playlist: MUF1 3.13.03 (Mucked-Up Fix, file under booty bass)
...bodyrockin, electroshockin...

kylie minogue: come into my world (fischerspooner rmx)
abc vs kylie minogue: kylie is a zillionaire: mash-up
ludacris + missy vs kylie minogue: can't lick u outta my bed
missy elliot: get ur freak on (dj c-lay + dj hooker bass mix)
peaches vs the kinks: kinky peeches!
missy elliot vs ac/dc: back in black
alonzo moseley: every machine says tour de lazy casbah*
tom tom club: wordy rappinghood (dub mix)
rockers revenge feat donnie calvin: sunshine, partytime (rap)
liquid liquid: cavern (dj phantom's "let's hear it for the b-boy" remix)
bob marley vs basic channel: basic bob (lion in zion)
unknown artist: darth bastard
stupid fresh: you need it
los hombres invisibles: bodyworkin day and night (beastie boys vs michael jackson)
missy elliot: work it (unknown UK white label remix)
freelance hellraiser: a stroke of genius (christina aguilera vs the strokes

NOTE: all mash-up'ed trax were not made by me. i did nothing apart from some rudimentary mixing and
a wee bit of bad skratching and hitting some wierd nasty effects one in a while.

*alonzo moseley, yes i beleive that is in fact his real name, made this song totally out of bits from:
X-press 2 feat David Byrne: lazy
kraftwerk: tour de france (12" remix)
radiohead: everything in its right place (boootleg version) fc kahuna: machine says yes (josh wink mix)
the clash: rock the casbah (mustapha dance mix)

oh and for whatever reason, the Live365 Player won't play my stream. it works fine in Winamp and probably on Mac, however. since i use winamp i didnt notice but a few people have written me about it. looking into getting it fixed....

That was since fixed!

meow: dateline: 03.22.03: 15:13 kittytime:

big welcome to listeners from Canada! and also New Zealand and the UK. thanks for tuning in!

also, i've fixed the listening problem. it seems i encoded my tunes at a nonstandard frequency (32 khz) which plays just fine in Winamp and shows up OK on the Broadcaster end of Live365 but WILL NOT play in the Live365 player. OOOoooPSIE!! anyway, I've started to reencode all my tunes and should have them all up tomorrow. (grrr... i think live shold fix something on their end instead so it plays, but OK) ...thanks to everone who complained! i hope you will have a happy listening experience now.

After that, kind of a stab at raver respectability. Kinda. Actually, F* ravers.

meow: dateline: 03.23.03: 09:25 kittytime:

last wednesday's playlist: kittycore 3.19.03 (kittycore)

new order: blue monday (hardfloor mix)
electroset: how does it feel? (theme from techno blues)
egyptian empire: the horn track (luke slater's khufu remix 2002
luke slater: i can complete you (luke slater's inflight freefall mix)
luke slater: body freefall, electronic inform (slater's needle damage mix)
cristian vogel: whipaspank (tube jerk mix)
atom heart: whitehouse (wierd mix)
afx: men 1 remix 2
afx: analogue bubblebath vol 3.1 ladies side track 1
manitoba: air doom
dj mink: hey! hey! can u relate (sunshine dub instrumental)
thank you for listening - kitty

also, i've reencoded and uploaded everything, so the listening problem is fixed... and i will have even more tunes really soon.

i should go to bed now.

meow: dateline: 03.28.03: 7:27 kittytime:

big welcome to sweden and los angeles. also to philly, ny, champaign/springfield, aol, dc, san francisco....

last wednesday's playlist: ETRO4a 3.27.03 (electrofunkrockerbreakin')
lcd soundsystem: losing my edge
crossover: phostographt (tiga's revenge)
analogue audio association & strahler: das system
lowfish: domination
it 8 my computer: wannabe
laid back: white horse
gd luxxe: quiet life
dmx krew: 1-2-3
mount sims: how we do
miss kittin & the hacker: stock exchange (adam sky remix)
alek stark: disco tk
smash.tv: arcade
tuxedomoon: no tears (hans platzgumer remix)
peaches: suck and let go
studio: in the studio
genderfix: synsound (rawk lock!)

meow: dateline: 03.31.03: 8:05 kittytime:

i've also added more tracks to my unmixed (basic) broadcast. they include:

Alder & Elius vs Phoenicia: Don't You Stop (Get Outta Dodge)
Bolz Bolz: Take a Walk (Youngsters Bass rmx)
Charles Manier: Out Like a Tooth
Crossover: The Journey to Grob
David Caretta: Contact
Divine: Shoot Your Shot (Dance mix by Jellybean Benitez)
Dot Allison: Substance (Felix Da Housecat rmx)
Dr. Shingo: Smells Like Teen Spirit
Felix Da Housecat:
Glitz Rock
Runaway Dreamer
Silver Screen Shower Scene (Adult rmx)
Kitbuilders: Tell Me
Ladytron: Playgirl (Felix Da Housecat rmx)
Lowfish: The Accident Causer
Smash.tv: Nasty Girl
Tamion 12 Inch: Thin Boys Murdered
Tok Tok vs Soffy O: Missy Queen's Gonna Die
Vitalic: Poney Part 1
Wessling & Schrom: Faber Castle
Zombie Nation: Call Center

meow: dateline: 04.02.03: 8:05 kittytime:

welcome to germany and baltimore!

unfortunately I can't do a mix show tonight. but i will have more goodies next week!

Posted: Mon Apr 07, 2003 3:34 am
Post subject: meow: kitty glitter is the purr

hello to new listeners from the Netherlands and from Sacramento/Stockton/Modesto... California has tuned in way more than any other state in the US. just passed 100 TLH, whee! new musical goodies coming up this week. thank yous to everyone who's written, i know i'm a bit slow in writing back, but i will.

meow: dateline: 04.15.03: 20:05 kittytime:

added more tracks, including:

Adult: Shake Your Head
Beta Evers: Im Porsche 928 uber die Autobahn
Charles Manier: Bang Bang Lover (Dance Mix)
DJ Godfather: Via Satellite from Detroit
Drexciya: The Plankton Organization
Froyd: Weisses Rauschen
GD Luxxe: Reasons
Goudron: Art School F___heads
I-f: Space Invaders are Smoking Grass
Japanese Telecom Remixes The Men from P.A.C.K.
Mantronix: Who Is It? (USA Club Mix)
Nitsch + Gleinser feat. Randos: Illusion
Porn.darsteller: 599 00..!
Psylocity: Machine
Steril: Klinique
Ulysses: Robotik

and lots more!

hello to Chicago, Savannah, Atlanta, Phoenix and Greenville/Spartansburg/Asheville/Anderson (how do they fit that many towns in one place?)

thank you to whoever named me as their most favourite station. i love u!

meow: dateline: 04.23.03: 20:55 kittytime:

past playlists: oooopsie!:

ETRO4b 4.09.03 (electrometaleurosynthdisko)

Nitsch + Gleinser: Etage (Comix remix)
DMX Krew: Lies Inside
Ulysses: The Sound of Robots Dancing
Frequenzberater: Corvette
Drexciya: The Plankton Organization
Peaches: Sex (I'm A)
Tweet vs Human League: Oops (There Goes the Crowd)
DJ Assault: Love the Pussycat / Sweet Pussycat Pauline vocal The Bangkok Cops feat Miss Yella: My Radio (Remix by Marco Remus)
My Robot Friend: The Fake (Zombie Nation remix)
Vitalic: You Prefer Cocaine
The Normal vs Joey Beltram: Crash (Warm Leatherette vs Energy Flash!!)
Zombie Nation: Call Center
Manitoba: If A______s Could Fly This Place Would Be an Airport

ETRO4c 4.17.03 (electrometaleurosynthdisko2)

Genderfix: Boom Boom (feat Vince Clarke and Daphne Diamond)
Ladytron: Seventeen (Slam remix)
Cosmos: Take Me With You (Freelance Hellraiser Remix)
Mr. Lovelace & Mrs. Kalif: Stop
The Spider: Mirror Man
Ulysses: No One Is My Baby
Giorgio Moroder: Chase
Legowelt: 2002
Luke Slater: Stars and Heroes (Album Version)
Fischerspooner: The 15th (Felix Da Housecat Thee Blak Lite Mix)
Dr. Shingo: Space Walk
The Twins: Face to Face (Naughty's Italo Disco Mix ...Gigolo Records)
Codec & Flexor: Breakout (Mix by Maru & Comix)

And with these last few shows, as well as the playlist adds, I concocted the basic Glitterbox formula. The hangover fades, slowly.... Yeah, I played Fischerspooner, but that one is a good song, dammit! (The rest of their stuff is crap, however.) Some electro, some electro-pop-clash-whatever, lots of synth and disco and Italo, maybe a club oldie of sorts, a mash-up or two. Just add more quirk to taste in the coming months and it’d work fine. The music selection may change, as may the style, and likely things will get better as I add more tunes, but the basic concept is there. And it works. Even today.

And at some point, I finally started using capitals.

And, actually at one point during one of these shows, I relaized I was gonna play Peaches after Drexciya. This was just wrong. I actually stopped the turntables at that point. While the songs went together at some level, there was something cosmically wrong with it. And I feared the kind of nightmares James Stinson’s angry spirit would have been bringing me for the rest of my life. Sure they’d probably be interesting nightmares, but I don’t need that. Actually a sex dream involving Peaches might be scarier! Sometimes I play Peaches, as it’s sometimes funny when she’s dirty, but mostly her music makes me angry and ill . Fatherfucker? That’s a rhetorical question I don’t have the answer to. I’ve had exactly one sex dream with famous people and that was with 3 of the Spice Girls... more weird than anything. And I had a dream where I was friends with Howard Stern and we were riding motorcycles all over NY and Miami, where a cross-dressed Richard Simmons wanted to have sex with us. EEeeeeeek!

meow: dateline: 04.27.03: 12:35 kittytime:

big hellos to fans from Brazil, Chile and the People's Republic of China! continuing thanks to New Zealand which is my #1 source of listeners after the US. hellos to US listeners in Baltimore, Denver and Mankato! and more thanks to everyone in the US and all over the world who keeps on listening!

now two people love kitty!

i slunk into the Top 10 of electro stations awhile back, not that it's the most crowded field.

last wednesday's playlist:

ETRO4d 4.23.03 (electrochilledsexydiscovolante)

EVAVIII: Skin-Deep
Lowfish: No Longer Accepting Complaints
Hong Kong Counterfeit: Discotto Plastique
Porn.darsteller: Wilkommen / Sex Roboter
I-F feat Nancy Fortune: Holographic Voice
Alek Stark: TB Love
Goldenboy: It's Good for You to Meet People Like Us
GD Luxxe: Quiet Life (GDX Mix w/ Solvent)
Analog Audio Association & Strahler: Flugangst
Drexciya: Birth of New Life
Lowfish: Dark Matter (Ver. 1)
Solvent: My Radio
Goudron: Grand River (Version 3)
Tommie Sunshine: Runway Runaway (For Kelly)
New Order: Lonesome Tonight

This is still a favourite show of mine, as are the next two...

meow: dateline: 05.25.03: 14:00 kittytime:

well... um, anyway, i thought i needed some more new tunes on here. so i uploaded a bunch of them.
and there are lots more to come! (until i run out of storage space that is, but then i'll get
more of it.) i think its coming around nicely. last wednesday's show was a big success! for me, anyway.
here's a playlist.

last wednesday's playlist:

shyandgentle01 5.21.03 (electroidmchilltechop)

Benge: Eve's Escape Valve
Vito Ricci: The Ship Was Sailing
Alek Stark: 24h. Sin Nikki
Skanfrom vs Pest(e): Wrinkle (Remix) Jega: Geometry
Nu Science: Tripodien Aika
Beige: Melodramatic System Error
Sound Patrol: Because, This is how it Feels When I Miss You...
Yunx: Hoc
Lowfish: Tolex ver.2
Dominatrix: The Dominatrix Sleeps Tonight (Dominant Mix)
Atom Heart: Hard Disk Rock (Don't Stop)
Jello feat. Dennis Bourne: Lungbone, Tongue Bone Mix
Psylocity: Fortschritt & Technik
Casio Casino: Sun
Cristian Vogel: La Isla Piscola (Herbert's Harbour Dub)

and even more new tracks uploaded this rainy day. listen for tracks from:

Analogue Audio Association & Strahler
Codec & Flexor
DMX Krew feat Tracy
Dr. Shingo
Giorgio Moroder
Golden Boy
Hong Kong Counterfeit
I-F feat Nancy Fortune
Luke Slater
Mr. Lovelace & Mrs. Kalif
Puberty Love
The Spider
The Twins

meow: dateline: 05.30.03: 7:55 kittytime:

last wednesday's playlist:

shyandgentle02 5.28.03 (electroidmchilltechop)

The Soft Pink Truth: Soft Pink Missy (Brooks' Pink Mafia Mix)
Alder & Elius vs. Phoenicia: Don't You Stop (Get Outta Dodge Mix ...from Adult. Misinterpreted)
Millsart: Every Dog Has Its Day #3 B1
Millsart: Every Dog Has Its Day #4 A2 (untitled tracks... by Jeff Mills, of course)
D'Arcangelo: Topic and U
X-103: Minnia (The Queen's Theme)
The Orb: Earth (Gaia)
The Chap: Why Don't You Hit Me Back Manitoba: Hendrix with Ko
Ellen Allien: Alles Sehen
Printed Circuit: Store and Transport
Kitbuilders: Dropping
Dopplereffekt: Z-Boson
Multiplex: Mainline

meow: dateline: 06.07.03: 16:27 kittytime:

last Thursday's show was great! see u again at my regular cat-time, cat-channel, Wednesdays at midnight, here's a playlist:

ETRO5a 6.04.03 (electrofunkpunkdiskoglitterock)

Porn.darsteller: 599 00..!
I-F: Us & Ours & You & Yours (feat DJ Overdose & A. Tyrell)
Chaos aka Marc Floyd: Afrogermanic
Ellen Allien: Trash Scape
Mulletronic: Eeyore
It & My Computer: Trouver quelqu'un
Le Syndicat Electronique: Love Machine
Eedio: Modulation
Yello: Bostich
Adult.: Shake Your Head
Beta Evers: Out of My Life
Beige: The Great Krautrock Swindle
Laptop: Ratso Rizzo ("All-Nighter" Version)
Candy Flip: Can You Feel the Love
Charles Manier: At the Bottle
EBN / OZN: AEIOU Sometimes Y (Long Version)

hey, where else are u gonna hear anyone go from Candy Flip to Charles Manier? or hear some of this stuff at all! more in this (jugular) vein next week... apologies to Mad Magazine.

and hellos to listeners in: United States, Lithuania, New Zealand, Canada, Germany, United Kingdom, Colombia, Denmark, Portugal, Japan, Poland, Brazil, Australia, Israel, France, Spain, and Sweden... all of whom chose to submit themselves to my station 4 an hour or several ...or days, weeks even.... Special thanks to listeners from New Zealand and Canada for being especially dedicated and welcome back to France!

welcome also to US listeners in: Los Angeles, San Francisco - Oakland - San Jose CA, Washington DC, Philadelphia PA, New York NY, AOL, Phoenix AZ, Chicago IL, Tampa - Saint Petersburg, Miami - Fort Lauderdale FL, Atlanta GA, Dallas - Fort Worth, Austin, TX, Fort Smith - Fayetteville - Springdale - Rogers AR, Raleigh - Durham NC, Madison WI, Santa Barbara - Santa Maria - San Luis Obispo, Monterey - Salinas, Sacramento - Stockton - Modesto CA, Boston MA, Seattle - Tacoma WA

thanks to everybody for listening!! i truly appreciate it. under Live's new plan, I've gotten more disc space for even more tunes and more of those are coming your way!!

ETRO5b 6.11.03 (electrofunkpunkdiskoglitterock)
Fancy: Chinese Eyes
Prince: Irresistible B1tch
Paul Johnson feat Jessica: Erotic City
The Soft Pink Truth: Acting Crazy
Gold Chains: Nada (Kid 606's Hold On To Yr Hardcore RMX)
The Octagon Man vs Depth Charge: Mmm...
Printed Circuit: I Heart My Jen Sexy
Magas: Toys (FxU Remix by J. Vulpine)
Revlon 9: Someone Like You
Electric 6: She's White
David Bowie: Queen B1tch
Lou Reed: Rock 'n' Roll (live, from Rock 'n' Roll Animal lp)
The Chap: (Hats Off To) Dror Frangi
Luke Slater: Nothing at All
Manitoba: Jacknuggeted

sorry i got all wierd and started playing rock, but it fit the mood and if u heard it u might think it worked... one thing leads to another, and u end up in bed between David Bowie and Lou Reed... um, ok, nevermind!

it was great fun though... feeling like its time 4 another mucked-up show....

i love Prince by the way. he is 2 funky 4 me.

OK, so my use of caps was still somewhat inconsistent. Band names, proper names and song titles – caps. Everything else – no caps. Hey, that’s consistent innits own way. Those last two shows are probably those closest to what I play now... Plus IDM/Detroit/something. . .

Posted: Thu Jun 26, 2003 6:51 pm Post subject: meow: mashing up and exploding genres again!!

last nite's show was great! ok, nearly everything went wrong -- my x-fader went out halfway through the mix, forcing me to use the line faders as well, which i'd just swapped out with rotary faders; both my needles are finally going after all the abuse they've gotten these past few months and i lost my internet connection... twice. but the show went on and the actual mix part went great -- two hours of madness -- and i think it did turn out to be my best yet. early listener feedback corroborates this. yay!!

don't worry if u missed it, i'll be re-running it again Friday nite around midnite EST. so tune in then.

playlist soon.

last weeks's playlist: MUF2 6.25.03: Mucked-Up Fix 2 - Electric Bootiloo

Bootyshaker vs Grandmaster Felix: Bitter Sweet Seduction: Bootyshaker mash-up -- Grandmaster Flash vs Felix Da Housecat ("White Lines" & "Silver Screen Shower Scene"! I pooped in my pants!)
Radio Slave vs The White Stripes & L'il Kim: The Jump Off (white label)
Michael Jackson vs Chaka Khan: Rock with You (white label) Time Zone: World Destruction
The Specials: Ghost Town rmx 2 (white label)
Stoppa: Sinsimila (Soul of Man Mix)
Eberhard Schoener feat. The Police: Why Don't You Answer?
La Bionda: I Wanna Be Your Lover
Unknown Artist: Be Thankful...
Melle Mel: The Mega-Melle Mix (mixed by Sanny X)
Panjabi MC feat Jay-Z: Beware of the Boys (Jay-Z Remix)
The The: Infected (Skull-Crusher Mix)
50 Inch Nails: In the Club / Closer (XXX version): mash-up (50 Cent vs Nine Inch Nails)
Missy Elliott feat Ludacris: Gossip Folks / The Normal: Warm Leatherette (Kitty Glitch lazy-a55 mash-up)
Joey Beltram: Energy Flash
Joey Beltram: Flash Cube
50 Cent feat Nate Dogg: 21 Questions (Kitty Glitch lazy-acid mix)
Yoko Ono: Walking on Thin Ice (Pet Shop Boys Extended Dance mix)
Bootyshaker vs Jungle Brothers: JB Shake ("I'll House You")
Mash-up: Eminem Meets Michael Jackson ("Without Me" & "Wanna Be Startin Somethin" yeah!)
Jimi Hendrix: Gypsy Eyes (Baby Boy remix)
Mr. Fingers: Can You Feel It? (Chuck D. Mix)
Boards of Canada: Kid for Today

See... this really was my best show ever! Thank you for listening!

At this point I’d felt my station had arrived. Somewhere. I knew I loved the music and could keep it fresh. And keep a few people listening. The next couple months, which I’ll archive later, brought some live IDM jams and more tunes.

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