Playlist: Commercial Suicide 10.26


Artist Track Release Label
Roly Porter Cloud Life Cycle of a Massive Star Subtext
Maeror Tri Mental Electricity Sensuum Mendacia Direction Music
Vatican Shadow Bin Laden’s Corpse Washington Buries Al Qaeda Leader At Sea: Decks 1-3 Hospital Productions
F.E. Denning Cities of Light Cities of Light Posh Isolation
Maeror Tri Desiderium Myein N D
Vanessa Rossetto At Cherrywood, January 14 2011 s/t s/r
Cremation Lily Velvet Pillow 2 Strange Rules
Pharmakon Bestial Burden Bestial Burden Sacred Bones
Vanessa Amara King Machine 1 King Machine Posh Isolation

Playlist: Commercial Suicide 8/10

Sorry for forgetting to post this earlier, but here’s the playlist from my Austin 10th stint on Commercial Suicide. SO excited to announce as well that after filling in for Alex and Erik a couple of times this summer they’ve invited me to join on as one of the show’s permanent hosts. Commercial Suicide has been long been one of my very favorite radio programs and I’m extremely honored to now be a part of it, especially as the first female co-host in it’s 10+ year existence. Will update you soon on when my next show will be – catch me on Fresh From The Underground August 20th until then. See you soon..


William Basinski – Melacholia #2
Stars of the Lid – Even if You’re Never Awake
Tim Hecker – In The Fog – I
Thousand Foot Whale Claw – Veritas
Throbbing Gristle – In The Shadow of the Sun
Glochids – Mercuset
Cremation Lily – Torn Straps
Pharmakon – Crawling on Bruised Knees
Coil – Where Are You?

Playlist: Fresh From The Underground 8/9

punk •̀ hardcore •̀ noise •̀ electronic
Saturdays 5-6pm on 91.7 FM KOOP Austin •̀

Tune in next week when I’ll have special guest co-hosts The Young in the studio to spin some of their favorite tracks from this year and talk about their new album out on Matador Records later this month.


Artist Track Album Label
Flesh World Not A Soul A Line In Wet Grass 7″ Iron Lung
Anixiety Hammer Echoes Demo CS Curtain Fire
White Wards Soft Skin Cigarette Burns Iron Lung
Die Nerven Eine Minute Schweben FUN Cargo Records
Manicure Voshod Voshod s/r
Sievehead Energy Demo s/r
Ought Around Again More Than Any Other Day Constellation Records
The Young Cry of Tin Chrome Cactus Matador
Cheena My Hand Is Shakin’ All The Cheena Money Can Buy Let My People Go Records & Cassettes
Slugz Bird on a Wire s/t Feel It
Dribble High St. Girl Lovers Cool Death
Sheer Mag Point Breeze 7″ s/r
Merchandise Enemy After The End 4AD
Rat Columns Pink Mist Leaf R.I.P. Society
White Void Altar Some Days Are Better Than Others Posh Isolation
Jock Club Junction Junction Ascetic House

Playlist: Commercial Suicide 7/27


Had the honor of guest hosting one of my very favorite radio programs two weeks ago, Commercial Suicide; an experimental/ ambient show on Austin’s KOOP Radio (91.7 FM) and the longest running experimental music program in the state (10+ years and counting). Sorry for taking so long to get this out but below is the playlist from the show. I will be returning to host Commercial Suicide one more time tomorrow night at 8:30 PM, hope to see you there.

Artist Track Album Label
J.S. Aurelius A Desire and Schizophrenia Acoustmatic Industries
Zeitkratzer Hamburger Lady (Throbbing Gristle cover) Die Kraft Der Negation Volksbuhne Records
Mise En Abyme Pillow Talk Corporate Park Nostilevo Records
Age Coin Hard Knit 1  Hard Knit 1 Posh Isolation
Damien Dubrovnik Magazines, Perfumes, and Analgesias The Vanity Set Jartecknet
Puce Mary Man Success Posh Isolation
Murmuüre Torch Bearer Murmuüre s/r
Fennesz Liminality Bécs Editions Mego
William Basinski Watermusic II Watermusic 2062


Barry Elkanick – “No Nonsense” at Farewell Books


Tomorrow evening my friend Barry will be celebrating the opening reception for his very first exhibition, “No Nonsense”, in the Farewell Books gallery space. It is free and open to the public; hope to see all of you there.


Saturday, August 2, 2014
Farewell Books
913 E Cesar Chavez St, Austin, TX 78702
Free & open to the public / 7 – 9 PM



NO NONSENSE is a collection of Barry Elkanick’s recent paintings that explore textural and surface qualities achieved by unconventional methods and use of media. The works represent environmental influence, gender, and the human form.

BARRY ELKANICK is an interdisciplinary artist living and working in Houston, TX. Born in 1991 and raised in a rural area outside of Houston, he is a self taught painter and a graphic design undergraduate, Barry works exclusively outdoors drawing inspiration from nature. He has recently started studying painting at the University of Houston. This is Elkanick’s first solo exhibition.”