Options A440 / Stochastic Hit Parade with Bethany Ryker: Playlist from April 5, 2009 Options

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All the spectacle and clamor you crave...without those pesky crowds.

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Options April 5, 2009: All the Spectacle and Clamor You Crave, Crammed into a 2 hours

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Tim Hecker  Paragon Point   Options An Imaginary Country  Kranky    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
William Basinski  [12]   Options Melancholia  Musex International    0:10:04 (Pop‑up)
Takeo Toyama  Tremelo   Options Etudes  Karaoke Kalk    0:13:13 (Pop‑up)
          0:32:40 (Pop‑up)
Arsenije Jovanovic  Les Vents du Camargue   Options Galiola / Works for Radio 1967-2000  FO A RM    0:29:51 (Pop‑up)
Svend Nielsen  Waldeinsamkeit (1970)   Options Pioneers: The Beginning of Danish Electronic Music  LJUD    0:44:57 (Pop‑up)
          1:05:56 (Pop‑up)
Steve Gunn  Concrete Beach   Options Sundowner  Digitalis Industries    1:06:01 (Pop‑up)
Fabio Zanon: Villa-Lobos  Etude No. 1 in E minor   Options       1:06:22 (Pop‑up)
A Hawk and a Hacksaw  Black Firs   Options A Hawk and a Hacksaw  Cloud Recordings    1:06:45 (Pop‑up)
Akai Ikuo  I Don't Like Such a Hot Day   Options Language Without Words  Black Series    1:08:25 (Pop‑up)
Cheer-Accident  Disenchantment   Options Fear Draws Misfortune  Cuneiform    1:10:18 (Pop‑up)
Cosmo D's Sauce  The Real Slice   Options Ricardo, Move  Smooth Moose    1:14:00 (Pop‑up)
Humcrush  Steam   Options Rest At Worlds End  Rune Grammofon    1:16:22 (Pop‑up)
Radiohead  Meeting in the Aisle   Options Ok Computer Box (Karma Police single)  Parlaphone  Programming by Henry Binns & Sam Hardaker  1:21:49 (Pop‑up)
The Moglass  Kakerlakische Kakerlak   Options Snake Tongued and Swallow-tailed      1:26:07 (Pop‑up)
Astral Social Club  Don't Stomp on the Silverfish   Options Plug Music Ramoon  Dancing Wayang    1:35:21 (Pop‑up)
Tarwater  All That   Options The Needle Was Traveling  Morr Music    1:47:52 (Pop‑up)
Here We Go Magic          1:50:39 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  10:14pm Jon:

  10:21pm texas scott:

hello jon and bethany.

no worries,B.I know the rules now thanx to Ken.

got any 'The Caretaker' ?
just curious.
love the show.
  10:26pm Josh:

loving this Takeo Toyama, what a wonderful end to a gorgeously Vernal NYC Sunday.
  10:30pm david emmons:

i'm in santa cruz, california. thar she blows!
  10:30pm anhelo:

greetings from mexico, nice show !!
  10:34pm Danny:

In Ireland. I'm practically nocturnal, so your show fits right in line with my erratic sleep patterns. Thanks for the soundtrack to late nights in the country.
  10:37pm texas scott:

hello,Mexico and Ireland and California.

It's really nice to know the World is sharing this music... or soundscapes,if you will.
  10:38pm gerardo:

hola, bethany!

nice to see the playlist comments board open again :D
  10:42pm david:

weekends w/ wfmu......ahhhhh. so nice.
  10:53pm gerardo:

btw, bethany, have you listened to a 3-cd set called "50 a├▒os de electroac├║stica en Chile"?. it's a very interesting compilation, containing pieces form 1956 onwards (!)
  11:05pm gerardo:

if you haven't heard it, please let me know ;)
  11:24pm bethany:

Any guesses on the band playing right now?
  11:26pm Willy Voet:

the moglass
  11:26pm texas scott:

not a clue.
  11:27pm gerardo:

any tiny clue, if possible?...
  11:27pm bethany:

Nice guess, Willy....not Moglass, but I just put them on since you reminded me....!!
  11:29pm bethany:

Your clue is that it was a bonus track on a single released in 1997. Anything else would give it away.
  11:30pm Anulka:

  11:31pm buckingham:

hyper-tastic set tonight.
i'm geussig a radiohead side project
(may i also ask what villa-lobos piece that was?)
  11:31pm gerardo:

this is the coolest thing about 'fmu: you end up surprised all the time!

never heard of those guys before

thanx for the clue, bethany ;)
  11:39pm bethany:

Y'all know me too well. But I like that I can sneak some Radiohead in without too much blatancy. But since it's obvious now, be sure to check out the new Ok Computer 2CD/DVD Radiohead collectors box...
  11:40pm texas scott:

nice bethany.

nite all.
  11:44pm trrissh!:

This should be mandatory headphone material for all those wielding an outdoor spring hammer.

Don't you think?
  11:50pm ttrsh:

er two of them, anyway.
  11:53pm gerardo:

trrissh!: i'm in trance with all this

ts: nite

bethany: i've always seen radiohead as a beatle-paradigm-band, acting as a "mainstreamer" for underground/obscure/academic forms around... am i right?

(long time no hear tarwater)

excellent set tonight!
  11:54pm Ike:

Great show!
  11:55pm Jon:

  11:20pm Richard:

Hi Bethany, love the show. BTW that's Prelude No. 1 by Villa-Lobos, not Etude No. 1.

And I agree about Radiohead-as-Beatle-paradigm. I like the crossover effect of Treefingers from Kid A.
  12:12am Richard:

Okay, I listened further on and someone else caught the Villa-Lobos typo (why oh why do I bother posting?!? Why?)
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