Sunday, April 30, 2017

Trumpacolypse Now: Worst 100 Days

HEREis the show where we celebrate surviving the first 100 days of the Trumpacolypse, with Trump's "Pro-Cog" from Gorman, Fiore's 100 days of superlatives, Simpsons get in some licks, Ivanka is Booed, Colbert gets into the action, and Killer Mike has fun, and Dana Carvey does all the presidents.
Credits: We also gave away TWO free tickets to MOOGFEST, and spotlighted much of that music, with ZensoFly from Raleigh, Talib Kwali, Flying Lotus, Tribe, RtJ and more...

Friday, April 21, 2017

Trumpacolypse Now: F' IT, DO IT LIVE

HERE is the show where we say, "FUCK IT, DO IT LIVE" with this good-riddance special to Bill O'Riley.  George Carlin starts us off, we get to Guess Where Bill is Going (hint: to Hell), Trev Noah shreds, Old Colbert returns to Send Bill off (to Hell), "What does that mean, the end of the show?"

And, with mad respect, we get going with music that will be at the MOOGFEST, including Flying Lotus, Black Madonna, and more.   Plus, we throw in a little R2J and new Slugabed, too.

Wednesday, April 19, 2017


The 2017 MOOGFEST is happening May 18-21 in Durham.    We at WCOM are pleased to announce Moogfest organizers have donated two weekend tickets to be given away on the WCOM Furious George Show (Thursdays from 10:00 – midnight;  We will be giving away these tickets sometime between now and April 28 on the Furious Show... Be sure to tune in for your chance to win!!

More on Moogfest:  Check out the Moogfest day to night program schedule featuring over 100 workshops, 77 performances, over 300 sessions across all program types. Here’s Moogfest's Program press release. || Here’s Moogfest day to night schedule.

Over 150 avant-garde and some of today's most forward thinking artists have been announced including headliners Flying Lotus, Animal Collective, Gotye, synth pioneer Suzanne Ciani, Detroit's legendary Derrick May, rave pioneers 808 State, and Syrinx (first and only performance in 45 years).

Over forty performing artists will lead workshops and sessions at the independent annual four-day conference and festival program that takes place in Durham, NC May 18-21.  This year marks its 11th iteration honoring the spirit of inventor Bob Moog.

Despite recent events surrounding HB2, Moogfest will stand its ground in North Carolina as a space for inclusivity which is reflected in many of our 12 Moogfest Programming Themes including ‘Protest’. In fact, this year Moogfest is dedicating a full stage to Protest.  Art installations such as the global debut from R.E.M’s Michael Stipe, durationals including Laraaji's Sleep Concert, and other exclusive durationals featuring the one-off collaboration between Nick Zinner of The Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Bjork’s favorite sound designer The Haxan Cloak. Check out the Moogfest Music Line Up for more exclusive performances.

Various educational workshops from harps & guitar pedals, to video CGI will be on full display and hosted by many female experimentalists and icons including Paris from Grammy Winners KING, Nona Hendryx, Princess Nokia, Colleen, Marisa Anderson, Elysia Crampton.

Moor Mother's Black Quantum Futurism program will be making its Moogfest debut that explores race, futurism, history and the intersection of personal and political. Read more here:

Moogfest premieres its Experimental Film Series featuring live scores by 'Stranger Things' composers S.U.R.V.I.V.E, Suzy Analogue and VHVL collaborate to present the live score to the film they created and directed, No Moon No Man. Suzi Analogue will also lead a workshop. Dave Harrington of Darkstar fame premieres the score to occult film Haxan.

This year, one of Moogfest's Keynotes: CERN, MIT,  Michael Stipe Installation will be delivered by Physicist Dr. Kate Shaw (ATLAS @ CERN) who will speak on behalf of the Large Hadron Collider and will tackle questions angling towards what the LHC tells us about the future.  Are we safe? What is worrisome about the future as predicted by LHC? What do we expect the LHC will continue to tell us about the universe?

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