WFMU's first day of coverage at its third year visit to Barcelona's awesome Primavera Sound gave y'all a chance to hear what Glenn Branca's guitar army (pictured left visiting the WFMU tent and handing us their drink tickets for cryin' out loud, pic Jason Sigal), full volume over 4,000 seaside attendees, did to one's central nervous system (i.e. rocked like nobody's bizness), plus gave worldwide listeners a chance to hear sonic mayhem from Suicide, Grinderman, the Fresh & Onlys, Ducktails, Oneohtrix Point Never, Moon Duo, Interpol, Ty Segall, Aias, Half Japanese, Sonny & the Sunsets, No Joy, and Julian Lynch. Check out the streamed archive and playlist right here. It's been amazing, and an honor to bring everyone the sounds of one of the best forward-thinking large scale rock fests out there, and should the WFMU crew (Liz Berg, Jason Sigal, Scott Williams, Brian Turner, Scott Konzelmann, and David Van Dokkum) survive the impending football/election riots in town, another stellar 9 hours to be had on WFMU today starting 3:00 pm Eastern through midnight. On tap: Battles (3PM ET, newly added), the Monochrome Set (3:30), Pere Ubu (4:00 PM, playing their Modern Dance LP + early singles!), Deerhunter (5:15), Kurt Vile and the Violators (5:45, we can't stop following these guys around), the Soft Moon (6:15), Za! (6:30), Einsturzende Neubauten (6:50), Davila 666 (7:30), Prince Rama (7:45, newly added), Dean Wareham (8:00, playing Galaxie 500), Swans (9:15, yes, FULL set), Pissed Jeans (10:30), and Animal Collective (11:00). Sets will vary between excerpted and complete, and will be archived on our Live Specials page for your post-Prima pleasure. Several of the highly anticipated sets airing today were taped last night, and it's safe to say that we don't think anyone will be disappointed in 'em. We were bowled over by so much yesterday and Thursday, especially some of the newer faces to festival stages (Barcelona's Aias and Montreal's No Joy, the latter pictured right by Scott W. yesterday) were real eye-openers for us all to boot. Follow the play by play live with WFMU!