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An avant nerd remixing smooth disco in a dancehall stylee.

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Options March 14, 2012: Flipping around the radio dial

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Nat Roe  A rough guide to last week in WFMU   Options No Album  No Label  I set up my computer to record wfmu's live stream every 15 minutes for last week...and then forgot to turn it off until a couple days ago. So I've got WFMU recorded every 15 minutes, whenever my computer happened to be on.

And so I decided to remix the crap of it. Hear a crash course of last week collaged with user-submitted supercuts. 

0:00:00 ()
 
Daniel Steffey  Chloros   Options Chloros  Edgetone  "This music was written in 2009-2010 and explores the audio qualities of radio and sine waves and how they interact with each other along with other mechanisms such as feedback, digital manipulation, and analogue distortion."  0:32:02 ()
Jah Pelikaho  Dr. Dr. Humanity   Options 21st Century Dub  Roir    0:38:54 ()
Terry Riley  Aleph Part II   Options Aleph  Tzadik  New recordings by Riley, played on a Korg Triton in just intonation. Best thing I've heard from him in a while.  0:43:51 ()
 
Shit & Shine  Untitled   Options Le Grand Larance Prix  Rock Is Hell  New 3xLP.  0:49:16 ()
Nat Roe  Starmaster's Gambit   Options No Album  No Album  Leaping from decade to decade, from genre to genre, as if it were one. Been reading this sci-fi book called Starmaster's Gambit about a guy who discovers that drinking "Zotl" (read: LSD) and putting his fingers on an ancient chessboard enable him to travel the universe instantaneously. I don't espouse drug use, but I do espouse any form of spatial-temporal condensing. Even if it's just a conflation of the dream and waking state.

Lots of sound effects from the Warner Brother's library in this one. 

0:55:07 ()
F.C. Judd  China Bowl and Suspended Motion   Options Electronics Without Tears  Public Information  This electronic/concrete explorer from the mid-century just got a reissue. Bleepy bloopy future music from the past, what's not to love?

Although he was renowned as a popularizer of esoteric electronic techniques long ago, he's not generally included in the concrete canon. Still, very nice stuff.

Practical Electronica: A Trailer from Public Information on Vimeo.

 
1:26:41 ()
 
Helmut Schäfer  Thought Provoking III   Options Thought Provoking III  23five  Inspired by Zbiniew Karkowski.  1:35:38 ()
Morton Sobotnick  Butterflies part III   Options Electronic Works, Vol. 3  Mode  Originally from 1973, just reissued in new collection.  1:42:57 ()
Nat Roe  Radio skippage take 2   Options No Album  No Label  More improvised collage along with the WFMU streams that I accidently recorded last week.  1:56:11 ()
Unicorn Hard-On  Persian Cats   Options Split 12" w/ Container  More    2:12:41 ()
Sewn Leather  Side A   Options Sikknastafari Slash Crasstafari  Hundebiss  I'm not playing it at the wrong speed.  2:20:39 ()
Philip Gayle  Sleep Rain   Options Bubanco Total  Public Eyesore  Improvised bodily functions. Very gross. Although, I gotta say, I've never heard extended vocals quite like this. Very much for lovers of Fatty Jubbo's radio show/podcast. Ewwwww.....  2:33:33 ()
Noah Creshevsky  Tomomi Adachi Redux II   Options Rounded With a Sleep  Pogus  Adachi Tomomi does manipulated playback of dadaist vocal performances with Max/MSP. In some performances, he controls MSP with infared sensors attached to a jacket, so he moves and the sound changes. Noah Creshevsky, a pioneer of take music, reworked a Tomomi performance.  2:37:23 ()
Alice Coltrane  A Love Supreme   Options World Galaxy  Impulse  Nice and easy let off for a tough show. Alice's amazing LPs Huntington Ashram Monastery and World Galaxy were just reissued together on one CD. Classics of Eastern-tinged jazz fusion. We hear a wonderfully reinvented "A Love Supreme", a song which her husband John also did great versions of, of course.  2:43:31 ()

Listener comments!

  Wed. 3/14/12 3:09am fred:

Good morning Nat
  Wed. 3/14/12 3:09am ian:

cool idea!
  Wed. 3/14/12 3:10am Nat:

Hey guys! Thanks, Ian.
  Wed. 3/14/12 3:36am Deepak:

Morning Nat, got some smooth Jazz for us today?
Avatar Wed. 3/14/12 3:38am Nat:

Oh man! I almost did a set like that. I was on hold with T-Mobile's customer service forever today and they were playing some smooth jazzy elevator stuff and I was like maaan....I wish I could record this right this instant. Will do next week!
  Wed. 3/14/12 3:41am Deepak:

Please stay on the line while we direct you to our customer representative.
  Wed. 3/14/12 3:43am Deepak:

i never get through, mine disconnects every single time or i get lost in their options and menus.
  Wed. 3/14/12 3:44am Deepak:

on Vodafone i.e.
Avatar Wed. 3/14/12 3:46am Nat:

Yeah, I was trying to change my phone number and they transferred me so many times I just gave up.
  Wed. 3/14/12 4:11am fred:

Nat, something tells me Trent's supercut will be on your premium...
  Wed. 3/14/12 4:13am Nat:

Oh yeah, for sure. It's going to be a really good comp. Last track I'm trying to get is a submission from Nachum Segal from JM in the AM.
  Wed. 3/14/12 4:17am fred:

Is he actually interested or are you trying to get him to do one?
Avatar Wed. 3/14/12 4:18am Nat:

Yeah! He expressed interest. Hoping to have a cool supercut of Jewish music.
  Wed. 3/14/12 4:20am fred:

That would be nice. So you got submissions from many DJs? I hope there were strangers too
Avatar Wed. 3/14/12 4:21am Nat:

Hmmm....I think it's a few more listeners than DJs, but nearly an even split.
  Wed. 3/14/12 4:23am fred:

Did you get one from Kenny G?
Avatar Wed. 3/14/12 4:24am Nat:

Naw
  Wed. 3/14/12 4:59am Deepak:

maybe because of the 50s Hollywood stuff GI's introduced left in South Korea
  Wed. 3/14/12 5:15am Caryn:

Just noticed the "Starmaster's Gambit" note. Klein's an interesting writer, but I think only 4 of his books have been translated into English. Wish that more were, because my French is limited.
  Wed. 3/14/12 5:17am fred:

Good morning Caryn!
  Wed. 3/14/12 5:20am Caryn:

Mornin' fred!
  Wed. 3/14/12 5:39am Deepak:

man thats disgusting and i finished my lunch just five minutes ago.
  Wed. 3/14/12 5:40am Caryn:

So apparently "improvised bodily functions" sound exactly like a pissed off Donald Duck.
  Wed. 3/14/12 5:46am Nathan:

Mr Sparkle after he became a washed up alcoholic....
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