as we approach episode 76 of this program, it’s looks as though, once again, I’ve got some good news and some bad news for all of us. For starters, I am sorry to say I have not been able to reach an agreement on my compensation package for teaching a course at the newly launched University Of Austin on the life’s work of Curt Low (see fig. 1). It saddens me that an institution that feigns dedication to free thinking and the search for truth is already kowtowing to what I like to call THE WOKE MOB (please, if you going to use this phrase, credit me or else), but such is the world we live in. Lotta phony fucking baloney Steve Balbonies out there.

On the other hand, I am thrilled to announce I’ve partnered with another non-traditional school, Ashwood University in a bold attempt to recognize and prioritize life experience over CLASSROOM BRAINWASHING. The price list is attached (fig 2.) and with promo code DONTBRAINWASHMEBRO you’ll save 5% on your first degree or diploma.

(Due to an NDA I’ve signed with the University of Austin’s board of directors, I’m not able to discuss anything about the curriculum or my contract negotiations on this week’s show, however I did manage to scrape up about 2 hours of music at the very last moment).

Gudrun Gut & Mabe Fratti – Let’s Talk About The Weather (Chapter 1)
Lena Hessells – Mare
Gabie Strong – Lavender ?Body Dilloway Head – Goin’ Down
P. Wits / L Xerox – II
Emily Robb – (Here Come The) Arrows Of Fortune
Hologram – Bite The Smoke
Petbrick – Trucker Fucker
Malgöth – Clubbed Into Pulp
Four Horsemen – Rockin’ Is My Business
Krikor Kouchian – Seven Days Out
Confucius MC – Robots On Mars
Low End Activist – Code Of Codes
Superabundance – Super A
Container – Rippler
Sofheso – Raw
Cub (Regis & Simon Shrieve) – Reason Doesn’t Sleep
Denise Levertov – Life At War
Ashtray Navigations – 3Ply
Patrick Shiroishi – To Kill A Wind Up Bird
Luke Stewart – Works For Upright Bass & Amplifier Pt. IV
Robbie Lee – The Expanded Present
Insect Factory & Rambutan – Frequency 3
Matt LaJoie – Traveling Waves Of Distant Light