5/5/19 New Noize 92.9 KJEE Santa Barbara's Modern Rock

1. FKA Twigs "Cellophane" young turks
2. Flying Lotus 'Spontaneous' feat. Little Dragon / 'Takashi' brainfeeder
3. Mattie Safer "Good Things"
4. Bill Kiley "ELECTROHEAD"
5. Lil Halima "Who Do U Love"
6. Body Type "Stingray"
7. Santana feat. Buika "Breaking Down The Door"
8. FOAMMM "Every Now And Then"
9. Japanese Breakfast "Essentially" dead oceans
10. Claud "Easy" terrible
11. Vampire Weekend "Unbearably White" Columbia
12. Faye Webster "Right Side Of My Neck"
13. Bleached " Hard to Kill"

-Hour 2-

14. Aseethe "No Realm"
15. Amon Amarth "Ironside" metalblade
16. Zsuzsika Lencses "Storm" usm
17. Weathers "Problems"
18. Palehound "Killer" polyvinyl
19. King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard "Boogieman Sam" flightless
20. Not In The Face "Skin On Skin" electric factory
21. Versing "Offering" hardly arts
22. An Horse "Started a Fire" lame o
23. SOAK "Fall Asleep, Backseat" rough trade
24. Barrie "Darjeeling"
25. Maps "Surveil" mute
26. Simon Bonney "Don't Walk Away From Love" mute



Not On Spotify:

3. Mattie Safer "Good Things"
4. Bill Kiley "ELECTROHEAD"


New beginning can only come from things ending. 2 more episodes of Game of Thrones & Avengers End Game have marked years of investments from our human collective into these fictitious parallel dimensional spaces which serves no real purpose except for entertainment.


Then there are "eternal" cycles which humans, regardless of age/civilization, that we collectively participate in. Today marks the 1st day of fasting in the Holy Month of Ramadan. A swatch of humans that call themselves "Muslims" participate in this motion for 30 days. Muslims do this for a myriad of personal reasons but the fact remains they all participate in some sort of capacity. So to ALL MY HUMANS both Muslim and non-Muslim Ramadan Kareem.

Another weekly gathering of humans happened this past Sunday and every Sunday (give or take a few Sundays) here in Santa Barbara, we call it New Noize! Since I was in Chicago last week I had to pack a 2 weeks worth of new music into 2 hours. This would be a no brainer BUT SO MUCH STUFF CAME OUT this was a bit difficult. FYI I had 5 hours of music on my master sheet before I cut it down to 2 hours. The result is what you see above, a sporadic machine gun offering of different genres cascading all over your system blasting you every which way. As soon as it gets a bit cohesive it zaps into a space you weren't prepped for. Basically be in a vulnerable state while listening to the latest 2 hour mix.


See you next Sunday.