If you liked WFMU's RNC Remix in 2004, you're going to love what we've got in store for Election Day. While our normal Tuesday programming airs online and over the airwaves, we'll be running a separate webstream to appease our most politically-obsessed listeners. WFMU's Electile Dysfunction '08 features political music, comedy, commentary, and audio art. And when the first polls close at 6pm, we'll bring you live election returns coverage hosted by Chris T., Billy Jam, Clay Pigeon, and Evan "Funk" Davies. The full schedule is after the jump.
6 - 7am: Change with Doug Schulkind
Change, change, change, change, change, change, change, change, change, change, change, change, change, change, change, change, change, change, change, change, change, change, change.
7 - 8am: Obama Is A Beautiful World with Rob Weisberg
A multi-lingual world music Obama love-fest in a special streamlined and enhanced version for election day. Obama venerated via an array of global genres including Mexican mariachi, Kenyan ohangla, Japanese j-pop, Caribbean soca and much more.
8 - 9am: Coffee Break For Heroes & Villains with Noah
An hours worth of politically charged rap noise comin' through ya speaka!
9 - 10am: The Ed Shepp Radio Experiment
Election Day: A Memoir Of Tragedy And Triumph
10am - Noon: Morning In America with Hatch
Celebrating our nation's proudest traditions: Politics, fishing, and jingoistic rock-and-roll. Plus, Megan Murphy interviews New Jersey voters and Trent checks in from the polls in Brooklyn.
Noon - 1pm: Liz Berg
Proof that McCain's tooth whistle is the new cow bell.
1 - 3pm: Ken Freedman
An election day special of political comedy, music and horror.
3 - 4pm: The Long Rally with Scott McDowell
A freeform salute to the land of the free.
4 - 5pm: Tony Coulter
Tape collage, comedy albums, and politically pointed songage -- all expressing deep alienation from politics as it is.
5 - 6pm: Scott Williams
In so many ways, this is the most surreal presidential election in memory - so why does it sound so square?? Hear Scott's attempt to drown it in a rabbit hole.
6 - 8pm: Chris T. Puts Lipstick On A Pig
The Future Is Now as An Effete Corps of Impudent Snobs, Nattering Nabobs of Negativism and Hysterical Hypochondriacs of History become Strange Bedfellows and Have Nothing To Fear But Fear Itself.
8 - 11pm: Billy Jam's Election Night Slam
Billy Jam plays presidential-themed music and reports on the election results as they trickle in, with co-host Clay Pigeon and a round table of guests including Hatch, Bob W., and Chris T., and a special phone interview with "Sarah Palin."
11pm - 2am: EFD-cision '08
Join Evan "Funk" Davies and the best plausibly political team on radio for up-to-the minute news and commentary, FMU style, on the latest election results from across the nation. Tune in as WFMU's day-long Electile Dysfunction coverage expands to the broadcast airwaves (and continues online, of course). Evan will be joined by Hatch, Billy Jam, Bob W, and whoever else happens to stop by. This may be the most important radio program of your lifetime