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  1. Hey I'm doing a monthly hour long slot on threads* radio (they have two streams, i'm on the one with the asterisk). It's going to be electro / techno / idm and maybe some noise mixed in occasionally. First show is tomorrow, July 3 20-21 CET. I already recorded it, so here's the tracklisting for this month. And definitely message me if you want me hear your stuff and maybe play it 🙂 Tin Man - Falling Acid 4rd - 4rd J1 1C2 Tysk Raider - XOS Cool and Frank - 2 Live All in C B and R Saviero Celestri - Mental Box Thomas Heckmann - Shipwrecked Aux 88 - Time and Space XY0815 - Tool Matter Patricia - Spotting Carl Finlow - Blue Reedale Rise - And the Rain Fell Legowelt - Dumtoestand I'll follow up with mixcloud links too
  2. https://www.nts.live/ has come up a lot here with their Warp collaborations, and bearing the name and debut of Autechre's mega-release. But as far as I can find NTS doesnt have a general discussion thread. I have shifted to using it almost exclusively for work and occasional home listening. The amount of quality radio shows archived and streaming live is pretty staggering, IMO. So it would be good to have a thread where we can share our latest favorite shows, or discuss if you think they are great/overrated/whatever.
  3. Hey folks..... Emerging out of the WATMM #massive #meetup back in Houston, Texas at Day for Night festival... myself, Kattin2, and WhitleyStriber are now doing a weekly hour-long radio show using the Discord app, in the original dfn channel, no less! (After all, this is how we met, too!) WhitleyStriber's awesome tech skills allow us three, as admin users, to play tracks in the #snareup voice channel and talk about them. Watmmers can listen live, comment in the lobby, and even contribute/join in the waffling if that suits the flow of the show... we can unmute you and allow you on to contribute in a free-flowing harmonious we-are-all-in-it-together vibe WE ARE THE DREAMERS RADIO SHOW WHAT: We waffle on about all things electronica/idm and play tracks - usually about 3 or 4 each based on the theme of the show. We have a theme every week. Unlike many other podcasts we play old stuff and well as new, live exerpts, long tracks, bootlegs etc. We mention gigs attended and upcoming too, new releases etc.. in "braindance news" WHERE: * www.snareup.com takes you to the discord lobby channel * Locate the discord voice-channel "radio-show" and join in to listen to the show * We will monitor the lobby channel chat for allowing interested listeners to contribute tracks or join in the chat. * we can unmute you if you want to add something - but you will have to put a youtube/sc link in the lobby text channel so we as admins can queue it up WHEN: 6pm Eastern Saturdays = 11pm Greenwhich Mean Time Archive:
  4. Saturday, February the 24th, in homage to his music and to honor his life and artistic achievements i will be co-hosting a special edition of the Snareup radio show dedicated to the memory of Thomas Denis aka Qebrus. Tune in with us on discord,and let's enjoy and celebrate together the unique music of this remarkable musician and sound artist. Times: 3p PT, 5p CT, 6p CT, 11p GMT, 1a EEST tune into twitch.tv/snareup or join our Discord server via snareup.com. Thank you RIP Thomas http://www.snareup.com/ https://www.twitch.tv/snareup
  5. The second episode of CLEAR CHANNEL, the new monthly wannamarchi.club show on CAMP Radio is now available to stream and download https://soundcloud.com/wannamarchi-club/clear-channel-ii Popol Vuh - On The Way (Spalax) Deathprod - Treetop Drive 3 (Smalltown Supersound) Saturn and the Sun - The Central, Sick and Forbidden (iDEAL Recordings) Non - Fire In The Organism (Mute) Boëthius - Marble Floors (Unreleased) Verge - Transient (Avian) Marcus Fjellström - Something Comes From Nothing (Miasmah) Phurpa - Puja Offering and Praises (Ideologic Organ) Robert Turman & Aaron Dilloway - Untitled (Fabrica) Radiante Pourpre - II (Antinote) Coil - The Golden Section (Threshold House) Ravenmaster - Poppy Appeal (Broken Britain Cassettes) Drew McDowall - Convulse (Dais) Black Zone Myth Chant - Orbit Slut (Editions Gravats) SHALT - Hypermalthusian (Astral Plane Recordings) Psychic TV - Part IV (Cold Spring) Mike Cooper - The Ordeal (Sacred Summits) Evan Albam - Begotten (Worthless Recordings) Angel Dust - Excavatum (Dinzu Artefacts) Michael Abels - Surgery Prep (Back Lot Music) Nokuit - Patterns Of Instability (NKT) Cristobal Tapia De Veer - Standing Dead (Death Waltz Recording Company) Dead Can Dance - Dawn Of The Iconoclast (4AD) Scuba Death - Mortality Salience (Further Records) Arca - Immortal (Not on label) British Murder Boys - First (Downwards) Ron Morelli - Cross Waters (Hospital Productions) Ray Harman - Vision (Not on label)
  6. Bought a second hand cassette deck recently and been ripping some old cassette's to mp3 for my mixcloud account. From mixtapes I bought in my local record store to radio show recordings, mostly 90's hip hop; Listen to more here; https://www.mixcloud.com/plugexpert/
  7. Guest

    Skirmish antics

    Thought I'd start a thread in the hopes of sharing what we get up to at Skirmish. The latest in our off-kilter mix series Autnote is an audio visual excursion through drone, ambient and all things Sci Fi. Created by Gary Fitz, this is a change from his usual mix of eclectic electronic and techno. It's an experience created by a well thought out idea inspired by Sci Fi soundtracks. Check it out here: http://skirmishblog.net/autnote-5-gary-fitz-grey-skys/
  8. Kavinsky

    Ae Interview

    I´ve recorded an 1 hour Ae special from the Austrian radiostation Ö1. sadly most of the talk is overdubbed but i will translate some parts. they spoke about their beginnings, production techniques and their thoughts about current electronic music also Sean has 2 kids. http://www.filedropper.com/aeinterview03092015
  9. So yeah, I've been doing this radio show since july, check it out. The first one: The one from last week:
  10. Alpharaver N°43 feat. tracks by Privacy, Exaltics, Labyrinthine, Fah and others Tracklist in soundcloud comments. https://soundcloud.com/rebootfm/alpharaver0515 http://reboot.fm
  11. Link: http://rwm.macba.cat/en/extra/hank-bull/capsula The HP Dinner Show' was a weekly radio show broadcast on Vancouver Cooperative Radio from 1975 to 1983. A mix of experimental radio, a platform for sarcasm, and a hangout for the local scene, the project by Hank Bull and Patrick Ready operated under the premise that the radio medium could and should fall within our notion of art. With a personal style packed with humour and a far cry from the mannerisms of European radio art, the show earned its place as a small underground phenomenon in the Vancouver area. In this programme, Hank Bull takes the idea of boredom as a springboard to fire off some interesting ideas about entertainment and archives. Enjoy!
  12. Not sure if anyone has posted this yet, but our own William S. Braintree was featured on my buddy Jack's "FULL SERVICE RADIO" show on the Heritage Radio Network out of Bushwick, Brooklyn. Live Set. Really Tight. Sorry, if this is Jazz. http://www.heritageradionetwork.org/episodes/7164-Full-Service-Radio-Episode-88-William-S-Braintree http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/s3.amazonaws.com/hrn/audios/7164/11_13_14_Full_Service_Radio.mp3
  13. I spin various music genres on this mixlr channel. I play everything from bass music, funk, drone, old IDM tunes, my own unreleased tunes and doing live impromptu ambient and experimental performances. I will post in here when I'm live and what genre's going on. http://mixlr.com/idiotiste-records/ Currently playing various bass music for 3 hours
  14. New podcast: FONS ÀUDIO #21. Eric Baudelaire Born in Salt Lake City but based in Paris, Eric Baudelaire uses various formats to explore politically-charged historical events and documents. In FONS ÀUDIO #21 he discusses the background and context of the ideas and procedures behind 'The Anabasis of May and Fusako Shigenobu, Masao Adachi, and 27 Years Without Images'. Link: http://rwm.macba.cat/en/specials/fons_eric_baudelaire/capsula More info: http://rwm.macba.cat/uploads/20130827/Fons21_eng.pdf In 'The Anabasis of May and Fusako Shigenobu, Masao Adachi, and 27 Years Without Images' Baudelaire creates a transmedia piece (a film shot on Super 8, but also photographs and printed documents) that brings to light the personal stories, the political intrigue and the life journeys of these three iconic figures linked to the Japanese Red Army in the course of almost three decades living underground in Lebanon. Like other works by Baudelaire, this piece emphasises multiple tensions, between yesterday and today, between the real and the fictitious, the absent and the present, over-documentation and oblivion, actual events and memory. Always focusing particularly on Masao Adachi, the Japanese filmmaker and political activist who, in the sixties, developed a methodology for critical analysis based on the observation of the landscape. Baudelaire’s work thus stems from an experimental approach, almost in the scientific sense: what happens when you apply a theory that is virtually an unexplored mystery to the person who created it? An experiment that, Baudelaire claims, raises other interesting questions, regardless of the end result. Is it possible to reconstruct those twenty-seven years of exile in Beirut through the study of the day-to-day surroundings of its protagonists? What narratives can we deduce from the remains of certain architectural and power structures? How do we, in general, reconstruct history through fragmented and terribly subjective fragments? What role do images play in this reconstruction? Timeline 00:20 Introduction to the work 01:33 The characters and their journey 03:22 Masao Adachi's Landscape Theory 08:36 Anabasis as analogy 12:03 Adachi and the permanent revolution 13:56 The revolutionary potential of a camera You can find other features related to cinema and filmmaking here: http://rwm.macba.cat/en/cinema
  15. New podcast: PROBES #8, curated by Chris Cutler In this eighth instalment, Chris Cutler presents modifications of string instruments that seek to move away from tonality while maintaining coherence. Link: http://rwm.macba.cat/en/curatorial/probes8-1-chris-cutler/capsula Playlist: http://rwm.macba.cat/uploads/20140710/Probes8_eng.pdf Transcript: http://rwm.macba.cat/uploads/20140619/08probes_transcript_eng.pdf In the late nineteenth century two facts conspired to change the face of music: the collapse of common-practice tonality (which overturned the certainties underpinning the world of art music), and the invention of a revolutionary new form of memory, sound recording (which redefined and greatly empowered the world of popular music). A tidal wave of probes and experiments into new musical resources and new organisational practices ploughed through both disciplines, bringing parts of each onto shared terrain before rolling on to underpin a new aesthetics able to follow sound and its manipulations beyond the narrow confines of ‘music’. This series tries analytically to trace and explain these developments, and to show how, and why, both musical and post-musical genres take the forms they do. This programme explores ways to coax some highly unusual sounds out of strings. You can find the complete series here: http://rwm.macba.cat/en/probes_tag
  16. On saturday March 15th , I will be performing a 1 hour DJ set of some sick bass music on the online radiostation BASSPORT.FM at 20:00 GMT, 1:00 PM PST. Expect lots of dubstep, trap and twerk stuff to get the night started! When the show starts, just head on over to http://bassport.fm/listen.html . I will be doing shoutouts to the WATMM crew as well so don't miss it!
  17. MEMORABILIA. COLLECTING SOUNDS WITH... Andy Votel. Part I Produced by Matías Rossi Link: http://rwm.macba.cat/en/research/memorabilia-andy-votel/capsula PDF: http://rwm.macba.cat/uploads/20131212/Memorabilia_Andy_Votel_eng.pdf Andy Votel’s first musical passion was hip-hop, which intrigued as well as attracted him: he wanted to find out how that music was made. Thanks to his resourceful father, he discovered that it was based on loops, and that many of them were samples from other songs. That was the start of his obsession with discovering sources, and of his scouring of records that were probably not earmarked for him at the time (the late eighties) given his age, 14, and location, Manchester. While his friends got excited over Stone Roses and Happy Mondays, Andy explored jazz recordings released on labels such as CTI Records and soundtracks by composers like John Cameron and Krzysztof Komeda. Over the past twenty years, Andy Votel has travelled far and wide in a quest to buy as many records as he could. Some have ended up making it into his works or DJ sessions, and others have found their way into the catalogue of Finders Keepers, the cult label he co-founded with Dominic Thomas and Doug Shipton. His personal collection of vinyls, which he admits to measuring in cubic metres rather than numbers, makes him an acclaimed “archaeologist” of unusual records, even though he refers to himself as the world’s worst archivists and admits that he can spend hours looking for a particular vinyl at home, sometimes even buying a second or third copy because it’s quicker. Andy’s main obsession is pop, particularly of the twisted and psychedelic kind. He feels an affinity for artists who have been sidelined by mainstream culture, and is particularly drawn to records that are written on, personalised or dedicated, because they tell a story. An unusual case worthy of study, in spite of everything, he doesn’t consider himself a fetishist. His main motivation is to listen to music, and the only way to get the music he likes is generally to buy and collect it. You can find the complete MEMORABILIA. Colllecting sound with... podcast series here: http://rwm.macba.cat/en/memorabilia_tag/
  18. New podcast: PROBES #6, curated by Chris Cutler There's no end of things that have been laid on, tied to, screwed into or otherwise attached to alter the sound of conventional instruments. This sixth programme draws a map and explores some of the outer reaches of string and wind preparations. Link: http://rwm.macba.cat/en/curatorial/probes6_chris_cutler_/capsula Playlist: http://rwm.macba.cat/uploads/20130909/Probes6_eng.pdf Transcript: http://rwm.macba.cat/uploads/20130909/06probes_transcript_eng.pdf In the late nineteenth century two facts conspired to change the face of music: the collapse of common practice tonality (which overturned the certainties underpinning the world of art music), and the invention of a revolutionary new form of memory, sound recording (which redefined and greatly empowered the world of popular music). A tidal wave of probes and experiments into new musical resources and new organisational practices ploughed through both disciplines, bringing parts of each onto shared terrain before rolling on to underpin a new aesthetics able to follow sound and its manipulations beyond the narrow confines of 'music'. This series tries analytically to trace and explain these developments, and to show how, and why, both musical and post-musical genres take the forms they do. This sixth programme continues to explore probes into pitch through the preparation and modification of conventional instruments – looking at the many tapings, wrappings, clampings, clippings, attachments and impairments applied across the family of strings, before moving on to the less familiar territory of prepared winds. Some people get up to some pretty strange behaviour in the pursuit of unusual sounds. You can find the complete series here: http://rwm.macba.cat/en/probes_tag
  19. New Podcast: MEMORABILIA. COLLECTING SOUNDS WITH... Brian Shimkovitz. Part II Islamic, Christian and traditional praise music, all have a place in the market stalls across Africa, and are widely represented in Brian Shimkovitz's tape collection. Link: http://rwm.macba.cat/en/research/memorabilia_brian_shimkovitz_collection/capsula Info: http://rwm.macba.cat/uploads/20130903/Memorabilia_brian_shimkovitz_partII_eng.pdf Mp3: http://rwm.macba.cat/uploads/memorabilia/07_memorabilia_brian_shimkovitz_music_selection.mp3 From different regions and in different ways, praise music in all its forms has a big impact on both the cultural economy and local music industries. In the context of many African countries, major religions from the West like Pentacostalism and Sufi Islam have been incorporated into more local, animist religious traditions. The music that results from these diffusions is often quite popular regionally and distinct-sounding to my ears. My collection has many threads that could thematically link some of the tapes. One of the aspects I have always loved exploring, and I think it is due much more attention, is the array of gospel, spiritual and religious music of all stripes from across the continent. From praise music from Islamic chants by Ethiopia's Oromo-speaking Sufi Muslims to syrupy Tanzanian gospel choir lilt to DIY Kenya spiritual reggae, to chart-topping mainstream Ghanaian gospel, to Ethiopian Orthodox praise music by an elderly monk playing a massive begena harp, this selection touches on many of the religious recordings that have a place in market stalls in African cities. Praise music can extend to the patronage important to musical practice in many locales. In northern Ghana, Dagomba traditional donno drummers (talking drum) sing praise to important people in the community and supporters, as with track six, by Alhassan Ibrahim. Traditional religion plays a big role in varying degrees, both in spirituality and music-laden ceremonies. Vodun praise singers from Benin, alongside the incredible drum ensembles accompanying their work, transform their adherents through the worlds they create in their music, as with track two by Alèkpéhanou. This selection is by no means exhaustive but I really learned a lot more about the breadth of practice, aesthetics and social agency associated with spiritual music in Africa. Brian Shimkovitz, Summer 2013 Enjoy!
  20. New podcast: PROBES #5.2. Auxiliaries Curated by Chris Cutler This music selection investigates further ways of piano preparations: will the torture never end? Link: http://rwm.macba.cat/en/curatorial/probes5-2_chris_cutler_/capsula Info: http://rwm.macba.cat/uploads/20130813/Probes5_2_eng.pdf Mp3: http://rwm.macba.cat/uploads/probes/probes5_2.mp3 The PROBES Auxiliaries collect materials related to each episode that try to give a broader – and more immediate – impression of the field. They are a scan, not a deep listening vehicle; an indication of what further investigation might uncover and, for that reason, most are edited snapshots of longer pieces. We have tried to light the corners as well as the central arena, and to not privilege so-called serious over so-called popular genres. Enjoy!
  21. The 13th broadcast, celebrating over a years worth of radio goodness with a 4 hour rinseout! with special guests Anklepants, Lazer Vision & Milieu!!!!!!! {}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}}{}{}{}{}{}}{{}{{}{}}{}{}{}{}{ ############################## https://soundcloud.com/anklepants http://anklepants.bandcamp.com/ http://www.discogs.com/artist/Anklepants http://reecardfarche.tumblr.com/ http://loveloverecords.net/lovwax02/lovwax02larger.html -_=_-=_-+-=+--=+-_=+-_=+- <><><><<><><><><><><><>><><><>><><><>< https://soundcloud.com/pisserlazer http://www.discogs.com/artist/Lazer+Vision http://loveloverecords.net/lovmp316/lovmp316larger.html ^*^*^*^*^^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^ {}{}{}{}}{}{}{}{}{}{}{{{}}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}}}}}}{}{} Celebrating 9 years of Milieu goodness!!! http://milieu.bandcamp.com/ http://www.milieu-music.com/ http://www.discogs.com/artist/Milieu --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- _______________________________________________________ http://future-music.co.uk/ Monday 13th of May 2013 22:00 until 02:00 GMT
  22. Since 2008 there is a torrent floating around featuring tons of mid 90's hip hop filled Dutch radio shows (http://kuiken.co/search/dutch%20mastaz/0/99/0), today I've uploaded the content of this torrent to mixcloud for ease of streaming, listening.. ..although there is the obvious Dutch chatter in between tracks, freestyles and what not, there is still enough gold to wade through for non-Dutchies imo :) Check all the collected Dutch Mastaz shows from the torrent here: http://www.mixcloud.com/plugexpert/ Big respect to Solo11 for recording and digitizing all his cassette tapes & theboombap.nl for sharing the .torrent! (read more about the origins here: Read this (Dutch): http://www.theboombap.nl/theBoards/read.php?1,1205439)) Random example show:
  23. New podcast: INTERRUPTIONS #10. Radio Maghreb. Curated by Alan Bishop In this project Alan Bishop vindicates the use of radio as an electronic instrument in a journey through time and space that unearths old recordings from the AM and FM airwaves made during his first trip to Spain and Morocco in 1983. Link: http://rwm.macba.cat/en/curatorial/interruptions_10_alan_bishop_radio_maghreb/capsula Playlist: http://rwm.macba.cat/uploads/20130211/10Interruptions_eng.pdf It all began for me in Saginaw, Michigan, where radio was the primary portal to instantaneous information in the world. A decade before satellite TV emerged and approximately thirty years before the internet transformed the way people receive their news and entertainment, my father bought me a cheap portable radio with shortwave, weather, police, and AM/FM bands. I was nine years old. I had other radios to listen to, but this one was different. It offered me more than the standard AM medium-wave frequencies which dominated the device in the sixties (FM was insignificant at the time). I was captivated with the possibilities of shortwave reception and so began my obsession with the radio. For me it was an explosive, vital source of an almost endless variety of sounds. Combine this fact with the ever-changing reception possibilities of geographic movement and it could be argued that the radio is the most unique and resourceful electronic sound instrument ever devised. By 1980, I was experimenting with sound collage, utilizing snippets of television and radio sounds incorporated with my original music and field recordings. In May of 1983, I traveled to Marbella, Spain, with my brother and a friend. The plan was to spend a few weeks in a flat owned by a cousin and then move south to Morocco. We spent the days busking the streets with guitars to support our food and drink. In the evenings I would scan the local radio. I began to record snippets of music from Radio Tangier International from Morocco, which I was receiving in Spain on a portable cassette radio recorder. The variety of music they were programming was astounding: jazz and be-bop, Egyptian and Lebanese orchestral classics, Moroccan folk music, Indian film soundtracks, late sixties psychedelic rock, French chanteuse, etc. I had never heard anything so diverse transmitting from one source. After recording selected songs, I began capturing the commercials, bumper music spots, station IDs and news broadcasts. This process continued as I crossed the strait of Gibraltar and landed in Morocco where I spent the next two months. Listening to local radio stations is a logical and effective way to immediately tap into the possibilities of what music styles exist in a country or region. My original intention of recording radio was to capture a snippet of a song so that I could play it for a clerk at a local record store to find out the artist name and song title and then purchase that album or cassette. As I began to record radio segments consecutively onto cassette, I noticed there was a strange, yet beautiful and informal sound collage being formed. Then I began manipulating the radio for this effect intentionally. My aim was to create audio collage in real time, although I eventually became quite adept at editing segments together (Radio Algeria has more than 70 cuts, Radio Sumatra over 100 edits). Radio Morocco was the first collage I assembled in the regional/national radio source format. After recording many hours of meticulously selected audio, I simply sequenced my favorite segments together to form an hour long mix which I felt represented the most satisfying listening experience for me. I had no idea that, 21 years later, it would become the first commercially released locale-specific radio collage. I employed a combination of AM, FM and shortwave broadcasts which featured everything from local Berber music to popular Moroccan and Egyptian songs and international news stations like the BBC, Radio France, and Radio China. You can find the previous installments of this series here
  24. The 9th Broadcast, this time with very special guests Lakker(KilleKill, Blueprint, Love Love Records). Live on http://future-music.co.uk/ from 10 pm til midnight GMT http://lakker.wordpress.com/ https://soundcloud.com/lakker http://loveloverecords.net/lovwax01/lovwax01larger.html http://www.killekill.com/ http://blueprintrecords.blogspot.co.uk/ Previous Transmissions: http://www.mixcloud.com/UpstandingMonk/
  25. New podcast: Tom Johnson talks about his compositional methods, and the influence that John Cage and Morton Feldman had upon it. Link: http://rwm.macba.cat/en/sonia/tom_johnson/capsula Tom Johnson is an American minimalist composer. A former student of Morton Feldman, his music is mainly based on the application of numerical and logical systems. His approach is unique, quite different from the free wanderings of Feldman, or the repetitions and gradual processes of other American minimalist of his generation, such as Terry Riley or Steve Reich. His music is often called conceptual but in many cases it depends strongly on the special tempo and sound qualities of the performance with traditional instruments. Such is the case of the "Chord Catalogue", a 1985 piece in which the pianist plays, without omission or repetition, all possible 8178 chords within one octave. Tom Johnson's music has a special relationship not only with numbers, but also with words. In his operas, such as the well-known "The Four-Note Opera", or in the program notes that he often writes for his music, he uses words not to tell a story, but to make the listener aware of the formal structure of the piece, as well as the evolution of the performance and the process of hearing it.
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