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December 15, 2018: a new episode of The Anatomy Lesson at 11pm EST on CFRC 101.9 FM. Egoism. Music by 21st Century Wolf, Demdike Stare, Heith, Laura Luna Castillo, Jensen Interceptor, Raw Silver, Curse Ov Dialect + more. Tune in at 101.9 on your FM dial, stream at http://audio.cfrc.ca:8000/listen.pls or listen to the finished show on cfrc.ca or here: https://www.mixcloud.com/cameronwillis1232/the-anatomy-lesson-december-15-2018/

Laura Luna Castillo – “Uppended Lullaby” Laminares (2018)
Dez Williams – “Familiar Circumstances” Against Your Will (2018)
21st Century Wolf – “Versions / Inside” City Zen (2018)
Victor – “Amerikan Dread (NY Dub)” Amerikan Bread (1987/2018)
Curse Ov Dialect – “Conscious Terror” Crisis Tales (2009)
Hegira Moya – “Black Tar” Slow Vein (2018)
LA Vampires x Matrix Metals – “Still Going Down” So Unreal (2010)

Heith – “Maria (ft. Weightausend)” Laguna (2018)
Essel – “Misconceptions Reduce Efficiency” Surplus Labor: 2012-2014 (2015)
Jensen Interceptor – “Delayed Response feat. Kirin J. CallinanDelayed Response (2018)
Raw Silver – “Thick Atmosphere” Aqua Spells (2016)
Demdike Stare – “Spitting Brass” Passion (2018)
Gaika – “Close To The Root” Basic Volume (2018)

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August 19, 2017: a new episode of The Anatomy Lesson at 11pm EST on CFRC 101.9 FM. This time with (mostly) beats and rhythm. “How can prison ever be home?” Music by Rosemary, Doldrums, Open Graves Style, Tom Ellard of Severed Heads fame, HIDE, Stephen Ugo Rosin, Police des moeurs, Peter Hope & Richard H. Kirk and a sweet Berlin Atonal collaboration between Pan Daijing & JASSS just released by The Wire: Adventures In Modern Music. Check out the setlist below, tune in at 101.9 on your FM dial, stream at http://audio.cfrc.ca:8000/listen.pls or download the finished show at cfrc.ca or on mixcloud here: http://www.mixcloud.com/cameronwillis1232/the-anatomy-lesson-august-19-2017/

Basses Terres – “The Mask of a Person Who No Longer Listens” Counting Pulsations ‎(2017)
Pan Daijing + JASSS – “April” Berlin Atonal Force Majeure (2017)
Disextion – “Disturbed” Define By Example comp. (1987)
Open Graves Style – “Now It’s All Right” Fear (1988?)
Doldrums – “Perv” Esc (2017)
Hide – “91 Lashes” Black Flame EP (2017)
Tom Ellard – “In Her Hair + Guard Dog on Patrol” Eighties Cheesecake (1982)

Police Des Moeurs – “Féral” Dédales (2017)
Stephen Ugo Rosin – “The Witches Brew” What’s In A Stain (1992/2001)
Smersh – “Do Me No Favors” Make Way For The Rumbler (1984)
Peter Hope & Richard H. Kirk – “Numb Skull” Hoodoo Talk (1987)
Rosemary – “Police” Pomegranate EP (2013)
Haydée – “Droit Dans Ton Coeur” Simple Music Experience Vol. 1 (2015)

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October 15, 2016: a new episode of The Anatomy Lesson at 11pm EST on CFRC 101.9 FM. Pep talking.  Music by CJ Boyd, D’Marc Cantu, a collab between Fishwife and i_like_dog_face, a reissue of The Egyptian Lover, and new music from Xarah Dion, Body of Light, EYE, Killian Krings, Marie Davidson, Minimal Violence and Scraps.   Check out the whole setlist below, tune in at 101.9 on your FM dial, stream at http://audio.cfrc.ca:8000/listen.pls or download the finished show at cfrc.ca.

CJ Boyd – “The Space Between Us” Precariat (2014)
Jenny Hval – “Untamed Region” Blood Bitch
Fishwife / i_like_dog_face – “Blending In Speed” Heavy Water
Xarah Dion – “Dérive” Fugitive  
EYE – “L’Amour et L’Espace”
Body of Light – “Moving Slowly” Let Me Go

Killian Krings – “Unsere Schuld”
Marie Davidson – “Naive To The Bone” Adieux Au Dancefloor
Minimal Violence – “Girl Talk” Night Gym
Scraps – “Baby Baby” TTNIK
The Egyptian Lover – “Computer Power” 1983-1988
D’Marc Cantu – “Some Fantasies Are Good” Some Fantasies Are Good (2014) 

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