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Devised, debated, campaigned and voted on by Andy Cooke, Dan Fox & Nathaniel Mellors Having relocated our production facilities to a heavily fortified and luxury redoubt deep in the Scottish highlands, Junior Aspirin Records presents The Brexpod: a balanced, neutral and wholly unbiased reflection on the misery and hopelessness inflicted on the United Kingdom by the cowardly, venal, xenophobic, meretricious, mendacious, over-privileged turdworms who, on 23rd June 2016, paddled the country up Bullxit creek and left us in a Euromess without so much as a bratwurst or baguette to gnaw on. From the country that brought you sterling classics such as ...
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PublisherThe Serving Library2014
This issue loops around NUMBERS and was produced in the ambient glow of a reprogrammed electronic scoreboard clock which first appeared in Venice one year ago. Bulletins this time arrive from Angie Keefer, John Dewey and James Mclellan, James Langdon, Rosie Cooper, Mathew Kneebone, Philip Ording, David Foster Wallace, David Reinfurt, Cory Arcangel, Justin Warsh, Perrine Bailleux, Byron Cook and Tauba Auerbach, Dan Fox, Katherine Pickard, and Vincenzo Latronico.
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Devised and written by David Reinfurt, compiled and presented by Dan Fox, and produced in the context of ‘ALWAYS LIFT INKING ROLLERS WHEN PRESS IS NOT IN OPERATION. IF ROLLERS ARE LEFT TURNING ON THE DRUM THE INK WILL DRY FASTER AND THE ROLLERS WILL BE SUBJECT TO NEEDLESS WEAR’ organized by Will Holder at The Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta, Canada.  “Things in their alleged places. Things where they think they should be, where they prefer to be. All of the things, just where they are. Things with things of their own. Things obeying no rules, following no orders, filling no ...
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“It doesn’t seem to me that anyone has discovered much that’s new since the Illiad or the Odyssey” Raymond Queneau “The audience, which consisted largely of bikers, was unusually hostile, and Iggy, as usual, fed on that hostility, soaked it up and gave it back and absorbed it all over again in an eerie, frightening symbiosis. “All right,” he finally said, stopping a song in the middle, “you assholes wanta hear ‘Louie Louie’ we’ll give you ‘Louie, Louie.’” So the Stooges played a forty-five-minute version of ‘Louie Louie’” Lester Bangs Devised and presented by Dan Fox, words by Raymond Queneau Tracklisting: Louie Louie – Richard Berry ...
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Tracklisting: Brian Eno – Little Fishes ACDC – Giving the Dog a Bone Alfred Deller – The Three Ravens Daniel Johnston – King Kong Mysterius Horse – Mysterius Horse Robert Wyatt – Pigs (In There) Brute Force – Tapeworm of Love Ivor Cutler – Flies Bert Jansch – Bird Song Miles Davis – The Big Green Serpent Maher Shalal Hash Baz – No Sheep Recording of Tower Whales from ‘Songs of the Humpback Whale’ (1970) Captain Beefheart – Making Love to a Vampire with a Monkey on My Knee Robert Wyatt- Muddy Mouse (a) Robert Wyatt – Heaps of Sheeps Duran Duran – Hungry like the Wolf David Allan Coe – Monkey David Wine Ami Yoshida Adam and the ...
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Tracklisting Part 01: 1. Devo: Devo Corporate Anthem 2. Kraftwerk: Computerwelt (Computer World) 3. Talking Heads: Don’t Worry About the Government 4. Keith Hudson: Class and Subject 5. Ewan MacColl: Dirty Old Town 6. John Cooper Clarke: Dumb Row Laughs 7. John Fahey: The Portland Cement Factory at Monolith, California 8. TV Personalities: Paradise Estate 9. The Fall: Fit and Working Again 10. El-P: Stepfather Factory 11. Ghostface Killah: Kilo 12. Kurt Weill and Bertolt Brecht: Pirate Jenny (from The Threepenny Opera) 13. McCarthy: The Procession of Popular Capitalism 14. Stereolab: Laissez Faire 15. This Heat: A New Kind of Water 16. The Flying Lizards: Hands 2 Take 17. Throbbing Gristle: I.B.M. (edit) 18. Country Teasers: It is ...
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As Junior Aspirin Records admires it’s new full-sleeve tattoos and raises the rent on its slum districts for the 37th consecutive month, we explain over a cup of cold-press espresso that you can’t afford to even look at, how complex cultural and economic forces work to disprove the old adage that ‘man cannot live by gourmet cheese alone.’ Devised and presented by Dan Fox Tracklisting: In the City – Joe Walsh Primitive London 1 – Basil Kirchin Ghost Town (Extended Version) – The Specials Lonesome Town – The Cramps Beasley Street – John Cooper Clarke A Colloquial Dream (Scenes in the City) – Charles Mingus Primitive London 2 – ...
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Tracklisting: 1. Bob Dylan – Father of Night 2. Butthole Surfers – Sweat Loaf 3. Leadbelly – Gallows Pole 4. The Fuck Buttons – Sweet Love For Planet Earth 5. The Fall – Squid Lord 6. Slayer – Jesus Saves 7. The Tiger Lillies – Banging In The Nails 8. Joy Division – Day Of The Lords 9. The Cure – Cold 10. Willie Nelson – Layin’ My Burdens Down 11. The Residents – The Making Of A Soul 12. Spacemen 3 – Ode To Street Hassle 13. Black Sabbath – Black Sabbath
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On the occasion of the 2010 Men’s World Cup Steeplechase in Wimbledon, South Africa, Junior Aspirin Radio look under the bonnet of audience expectations surrounding notions of receiving Chinese rugs, the possibility of having actually read Pierre Bourdieu, and interrogating performative gesturalities in relation to the idea of being a total fucking A-1 loser. Devised and selected by Dan Fox and Andy Cooke. Presented by Dan Fox. Tracklisting: Champs Fanfare – The Fucking Champs Success – Iggy Pop Victory (Peel Session 29/10/91) – PJ Harvey Champs – Wire The Glittering Prizes – Television Personalities Sporting Life – Young Marble Giants Loss Adjuster (Excerpt, Pt. 1) – Jarvis Cocker It ...
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Junior Aspirin Records is an independent record label run by Andy Cooke (London), Dan Fox (New York), Ashley Marlowe (Brighton) and Nathaniel Mellors (Los Angeles). Founded in London in 2002, the label releases music by a diverse range of artists, and produces an occasional series of podcasts and videos. This series of podcasts has developed into an ongoing collaboration between the label and the New York/Los Angeles based group Dexter Sinister for their Serving Library; in 2011 they produced four ‘audio lectures’ for the Serving Library’s residency at the Banff Centre for the Arts in Canada, and for Dexter Sinister’s exhibition ...
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Tracklisting: 1. Soft Machine – Pataphysical Introduction Part 1 / A Concise British Alphabet Part 1 2. The Trashmen – Surfin’ Bird 3. Charles Trenet – Boum! 4. Louis Prima – Sing, Sing, Sing 5. Meredith Monk – What Does it Mean? 6. Steve Reich – Come Out 7. Nancy Sinatra – Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down) 8. The Cramps – Human Fly 9. Legendary Stardust Cowboy – Dynamite 10. Skill 7 Stamina 12 – The Horror 11. Ruth Copeland – The Music Box 12. Animal Collective – Did You See the Words 13. Sonny Sharrock – Black Woman
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A French-Pop-Special-Guest-Podcast by our friends at Stop Making Sense – Yann Chateigné, Tiphanie Blanc & Vincent Normand Introduction penned by Mr. Dan Fox & performed by Mr. Nathaniel Mellors It was late. Wind howled through the dark outside the windows of the Novotel Krakow Centrum. The four men had been locked for nine days in the hotel’s Pope John Paul II Honeymoon Suite, surviving on a diet of lager and garage-bought sandwiches, delivered to them every hour by a silent seven-foot-tall thug known only as Tadeusz. The absurdist theatre sessions the men had been subjected to by their captors had become steadily ...

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