New York Noise - Episode List & Featured Guests or Subjects - 2005

2005

  • Episode 48 Highlights from previous episodes and the best videos of 2005, including The National, Jason Forrest, M.I.A., The Go! Team, and Out Hud
  • Episode 47: The Hold Steady perform at The Variety Club Boys & Girls Club of Queens, plus videos from Ivy, The Clientele, The Magic Numbers, Pia Fraus, Snoozer, Sons & Daughters, Cornelius, No-Neck Blues Band, Talking Heads, The Double, Bright Eyes, The Bats, and Run On
  • Episode 46: J from The Cloud Room and Nicole Atkins go on a blind date, plus videos from Wolf Parade, Grizzly Bear, Bright Lights, Beat Happening, The Knife, and Matt Pond PA
  • Episode 45: Aziz Ansari & Rob Huebel portray Pitchfork Media's Thadius P. Scornburner and Nigel P. Radcliffe at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, plus videos from Pinback, My Morning Jacket, Devendra Banhart, Pavement, Chalets, Bloc Party, Burnside Project, LCD Soundsystem, and The Go! Team
  • Episode 44: "WFMU Record Fair" with radio personalities Brian Turner, Small Change, DJ Trouble, OCDJ, Small Change, and Mac of Antique Phonograph, plus Brian Turner shares videos from Afrirampo, Lightning Bolt, The Fall, Serge Gainsbourg, Captain Beefheart, Devo, and Deerhoof
  • Episode 43: Oneida gives a tour of their studio, plus videos from Jason Forrest, Antony & The Johnsons, Shout Out Louds, Mother and the Addicts, The Peachwaves & Goblin Cock
  • Episode 42: Bishop Allen host a rooftop barbecue along with Funny Ha Ha director Andrew Bujalski, plus videos from Mates of State, CocoRosie, Sleater-Kinney, Spoon, Bloc Party, Out Hud, Smog, and The Fiery Furnaces
  • Episode 41: Hosts Eugene Mirman & Langhorne Slim hand out fried scallops, highlights from the New York Noise CMJ Showcase with Au Revoir Simone and Mahogany, along with oher CMJ clips featuring The Besties, Of Montreal, The Hold Steady, Why?, Tomorrow's Friend, The Castanets, Skeletons & the Girl-Faced Boys, The Gossip, Blood on the Wall, and Test-Icicles
  • Episode 40: An inside look at the first Willie Mae Rock Camp For Girls, plus videos from Dirty on Purpose, Stars, Sons & Daughters, The Legends, and OK Go
  • Episode 39: Hosts Carl Newman of the New Pornographers, and Dave Martin at the Beggars Group 10th Anniversary, with cameos by Fred Armisen, and Dean Wareham, plus videos from the Beggars Group catalogue, including The New Pornographers, The Double, Calla, The Avalanches, M/A/R/R/S, Cocteau Twins, Charlatans, and The Pixies
  • Episode 38: Man Parrish & Richard Barone talk about Klaus Nomi, with footage from the documentary, The Nomi Song, as well as videos by Architecture in Helsinki, Of Montreal, The Cloud Room, and LCD Soundsystem
  • Episode 37: Trachtenburg Family Slideshow Players host from their East Village apartment, with music videos from M83, Spoon, The Arcade Fire, Mr. Scruff, and Interpol
  • Episode 36: My Favorite gives summer reading recommendations from the New York Public Library, with performances from SXSW (by Voxtrot, LCD Soundsystem, M.I.A., Dirty on Purpose, Hot Chip, Kings of Convenience, and Ariel Pink), and videos from Emiliana Torrini, Jennifer Gentle, Iron & Wine
  • Episode 35: Kids judge videos by Sparks, The Real Tuesday Weld, Suburban Kids With Biblical Names, and Adam Green
  • Episode 34: Ben Goldberg of The Leaf Label listens to top 40 music for 30 days straight to investigate the harmful effects, plus videos from M.I.A., Solvent, Antony & the Johnsons, and Caribou
  • Episode 33: Fischerspooner is interviewed, plus videos from ESG, Sonic Youth, Beck, Matisyahu, Enon, and Talking Heads
  • Episode 32: The National is interviewed, plus videos from Bright Eyes, Sleater-Kinney, Annie, and The Shout Out Louds
  • Episode 31: Tommy Ramone sips tea and talks about the Ramones documentary, End of the Century, with videos from Fischerspooner, My Favorite, and Brazilian Girls
  • Episode 30: Animal Collective is interviewed at a cupcake shop, with videos from Ariel Pink, Suburban Kids with Biblical Names, Devendra Banhart, Matisyahu
  • Episode 29: International Whistling Champion Steve "the Whistler" Herbst gives whistled renditions of songs by Adam Green, M.I.A., My Favorite, The Postal Service, and Jens Lekman, with videos from The National, Dirty Projectors, and Aberfeldy
  • Episode 28: The members of 33 Hz cook a turducken and perform at the NYCTV Winter Launch, with videos from Regina Spektor, Annie, Emiliana Torrini, Sonic Youth, and Supersystem
  • Episode 27: WFMU DJ and musician Jason Forrest is interviewed, with videos from Beck, LCD Soundsystem, Röyksopp, and Kings of Convenience
  • Episode 26: Interview with Chris from CMJ, about the CMJ Music Marathon
  • Episode 25: Le Tigre is interviewed
  • Episode 24: ?
  • Episode 23: Featuring Tommy Ramone Ramones- Rock & Roll High School Bloc Party- Banquet Human Television- Mars Red Dust Adem- These Are Your Friends The Walkmen- We’ve Been Had Ramones- I Wanna Be Sedated Joanna Newsom- Sprout & the Bean Devendra Banhart- A Ribbon The Real Tuesday Weld- Bathtime in Clerkenwell Fischerspooner- Just Let Go Brazilian Girls- Don’t Stop Ramones- Do You Remember Rock & Roll Radio Darude- Cowboy S-Stomp LCD Soundsystem- Daft Punk is Playing at My House
  • Episode 22: Featuring the Animal Collective The Dears- Lost in the Plot Jeffrey Lewis- Don’t Let the Record label Take You Out To Lunch The Organ- Brother The Bravery- Honest Mistake MIA- Galang Danielson Famile- Rubbernecker Suburban Kids with Biblical Names- Rent a W reck Mice Parade- Focus on the Rollercoaster Mum- Green Grass of Tunnel Animal Collective- Who Could Win a Rabbit Ariel Pink- For Kate I Wait
  • Episode 21: ?
  • Episode 20: ?
  • Episode 19: ?
  • Episode 18: CMJ 2004 Music Marathon featuring Midlake, The Russian Futurists, Poingly, Danielson feat. Sufjan Stevens, The Organ, Parker and Lily, and Smoosh
  • Episode 17: Ted Leo & the Pharmacists- Me & Mia Concretes- You Can’t Hurry Love Interpol- Slow Hands Bloc Party- Banquet Human Television- Tell Me What You Want Bonnie Prince Billy- Horses Boyskout- Jesse James Animal Collective- Who Could Win a Rabbit Jeffrey Lewis- Don’t Let the Record Label Take You Out To Lunch Devendra Banhart- At the Hop Sparks- The Rhythm Thief Moving Units- Available Futureheads- First Day My Favorite- Happiest Days of My Life Le Tigre- TKO

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