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I never miscue a record. I am punctual, well-prepared, and dislike clutter. Outgoing and helpful, I'm always appropriately dressed. I do not behave erratically and have excellent penmanship. My CD's never skip, and I am in good health. I like all the notes, in any order.

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Dälek  Paragraphs Relentless   Favoriting Abandoned Language    0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Yann Tomita & Grandmaster Flash  Vinyl Beat of Two Turntables with Cybernetics & Bio-Feedback   Favoriting Music for Living Sound     
Philip Sanderson  Reprint Two   Favoriting Reprint    0:10:26 (Pop-up)
Leo Kupper  L'Enclume des Forces   Favoriting Complete Electronic Works 1961–74    0:22:40 (Pop-up)
Ingram Marshall  Cortez   Favoriting Ikon and Other Early Works    0:36:04 (Pop-up)
Ingram Marshall  IKON (Ayiasma)   Favoriting Ikon and Other Early Works  text/voice: Gunnar Ekelöf  0:44:28 (Pop-up)
Sten Hanson  AU 197,0   Favoriting Text-Sound Gems and Trinkets    0:53:54 (Pop-up)
Åke Hodell  The Road to Nepal   Favoriting Verbal Brainwash and Other Works    0:59:19 (Pop-up)
Aranos  Crab Life   Favoriting Throat Clearance    1:20:59 (Pop-up)
Lois V. Vierk  River Beneath the River   Favoriting River Beneath the River    1:31:21 (Pop-up)
Giacinto Scelsi  Uaxuctum   Favoriting Quattro Pezzi per Orchestra / Anahit / Uaxuctum  Orchestre et Chœur de la Radio-Télévision Polonaise de Cracovie, directed by Jürg Wyttenbach  1:45:20 (Pop-up)
Salvatore Sciarrino  Sei Quartetti Brevi   Favoriting From Italy  Arditti String Quartet  2:06:38 (Pop-up)
Sofia Gubaidulina  In Croce   Favoriting Sieben Worte / In Croce    2:22:50 (Pop-up)
Iva Bittová  Dos Kelbl   Favoriting Ne Nehlèdej    2:39:23 (Pop-up)


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Listener comments!

  12:05pm
Thom York:

It's About Time We Hear Some Ethnic Music On Your Show, Brice!
  12:05pm
Cecile:

bryce!
  12:06pm
too much coffee:

EeEEeEexXxxTttErrRrrRRRrrrrrRRRRRrrrrrMMMMMmmmMmMMiiiiiiiiiIIIIiinnnnNNNNNNnnAaAAAaaAtTTTTttTTee!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  12:06pm
paula pc:

I needed this right now, Bryce...thanks...so much...
  12:07pm
too much coffee:

yup - can't get more "eth" than dalek music, now can we?
Avatar 12:07pm
bryce:

:)
  12:08pm
HotRod:

:)
  12:08pm
Cheri Pi:

I love these guys-was just listening to them the other night at cp/hq
Avatar 12:12pm
Thom York:

:)
  12:13pm
Cheri Pi:

:)
Avatar 12:14pm
bryce:

%~]:{'
  12:17pm
Cheri Pi:

ಠ_ಠ
  12:17pm
common:

^%$*
  12:20pm
maja:

heeey HOt rod! I missed your show! too late but since then, it was great on wfmu great time great tunes live shows etc.
  12:21pm
Swan:

And *that's* how it is done!
  12:23pm
Cheri Pi:

∑(O_O;)
  12:27pm
maja:

:)
  12:29pm
northguineahills:

I missed Hot Rod as well, but only b/c I finally got sleep on. But that's what the archives are for.
  12:32pm
dc pat:

== __\
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/ \\_@\-'/ \
\__/ \__/
  12:32pm
dc pat:

whoa! that didn't come out right.
  12:33pm
maja:

yes yes yes @ngh I listen to all off hotrods shows but i like her so much in real time! just to tell her i love her but i realize: bryce i love you too! dc pat i recognize a bicycle!
Avatar 12:35pm
bryce:

yay! big robot hugs
  12:35pm
Looms:

Hello there!
Love this Leo Hupper, weird stuff.
  12:36pm
maja:

bleep
  12:36pm
\m/ >v< \m/:

ow!
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bryce:

hey watch it, thor
  12:36pm
George of Troy:

Yes, this Leo Kupper is excellent!
  12:41pm
\m/ >v< \m/:

Which Beastie Boys album samples this?
  12:52pm
nic:

hey i love this
Avatar 12:54pm
bryce:

nic! you're always so nice...seriously, thx for all the positive energy. makes me feel good about being here
  12:57pm
northguineahills:

I was confusing Yann Tomita w/ Isao Tomita. Still confused.
Avatar 1:01pm
bryce:

ahaaa!
  1:01pm
G:

You say Tomita, and I say Tomata
  1:03pm
Dead Corporate Eyes:

in the mood for a good old-fashioned synapse-scrub tonight...
Avatar 1:04pm
bryce:

isao tomita's the one that flies around in a giant glass pyramid, wearing shades. yann tomita's the one that shoves electrodes up grandmaster flash.
  1:13pm
maja:

*%$%*)#(;)
  1:14pm
Dead Corporate Eyes*:

back crack and sack wax tonight!
  1:15pm
northguineahills:

I feel like listening to one of those fylkingen tone poetry recs now.
  1:15pm
Cecile:

hee, hee, the A in Ake's name looks like a stick figure little girl. Furrin peeple are funny.
  1:20pm
Carmichael:

Oh, hey, Hi Bryce. How's it going?
  1:20pm
David Attenborough:

I love cute little monkeys. they're so funneh
Avatar 1:21pm
bryce:

hey, carm!
  1:21pm
Hope & Crosby:

Åke Hodell doesn't have Dorothy Lamour's figure, but he could sure still hyp-no-tize a fella like nobody's business.
  1:21pm
Dalai Lama:

Fucking motor bikes
  1:21pm
Sam:

Yeah, I can't believe you actually put the little circle over the A. I think that's going too far.
  1:23pm
Harry:

is anyone excited about you-know-what?
  1:24pm
northguineahills:

Cecile, judging how you spelled foreign, I can only surmise you've been spending too much time in Yahoo comment sections. ;)
  1:24pm
Cecile:

hahahhahaha
  1:25pm
nic:

bryce_keep flying_all great
  1:25pm
Mitt Romney:

I love musicals.
  1:26pm
still b/p:

"Hair?"
  1:28pm
too much coffee:

listening to this makes me want to start crawling under the tables here at the office
  1:28pm
northguineahills:

Note to self, when frying squid, wear and apron. I made a frickin' mess.
  1:29pm
Mitt Romney:

Not Hair. Seven Brides for Seven Brothers is a musical I love. And legally Blonde too.
  1:29pm
too much coffee:

note to squid, when frying ... nevermind
  1:30pm
Calamari:

I'm so fried right now.
  1:31pm
too much coffee:

me too
  1:32pm
northguineahills:

*and=an
  1:32pm
too much coffee:

re: Hodell, fighter pilot + sound artist is a sexy combination, somehow
  1:32pm
too much coffee:

there's just something... Rammsteinian about it
  1:33pm
northguineahills:

http://www.fylkingen.se/node/251

want
  1:33pm
Eric Bee:

@too much coffee: why don't you drink a bit less?
Avatar 1:34pm
bryce:

jeff koons, citigroup
  1:34pm
Cecile:

speaking of Rammstein, I didn't go, but apprarently the lead guitarist wore metal wings that shot fire every few minutes for almost 2 hours!
Avatar 1:34pm
bryce:

ngh, it's so nice! 3 cds......
  1:37pm
Dafydd:

Crab life is so peaceful...
  1:37pm
too much coffee:

actually haven't had any today
  1:39pm
Eric Bee:

Porn has ruined my life. My boiler has gone and I'm scared to call the plumber.
  1:40pm
Dafydd:

@Eric Bee - have some coffee then . . .
  1:40pm
too much coffee:

very happy to say that I did make it to Rammstein, and enjoyed it tremendously. however, it's pretty much the same show they've been doing since 2005 or so (according to the research I've been doing into their <i>oeuvre</i>)
  1:40pm
Eric Bee:

sheep shagger
  1:41pm
too much coffee:

coffee >>> porn, man!
  1:41pm
too much coffee:

at least with coffee, you know when you're overdosing
  1:43pm
stefica:

My first live Bryce show in three weeks~ahhhhh!
  1:43pm
maja:

what coffee do you like most?
  1:43pm
Dafydd:

strong coffee
  1:44pm
Dafydd:

I like a little sheep in my coffee
  1:45pm
maja:

yes live is best, i mean like bean? what difference?
  1:45pm
Thom York:

Brice, Is This Still Your Show?
  1:45pm
Dafydd:

Sumatra and Dorset sheep
  1:46pm
northguineahills:

I gave up coffee 4 years ago (hurts my GI tract). However, I did have espresso for the first time in ages yesterday, and it was heavenly.
  1:46pm
Eric Bee:

Someone needs to find an alternative to tea and coffee. Those 2 have had the market cornered for too long.
  1:46pm
maja:

oh these violins, cello's or whatever!!!
  1:46pm
too much coffee:

there's always crystal meth
  1:47pm
Dafydd:

There are suitable energy drinks out there that are a fine alternative
  1:47pm
too much coffee:

(which I've come to consider porn as being analogous to)
  1:47pm
Eric Bee:

leek eating sheep shagger
  1:48pm
too much coffee:

I bet they're going to find out some naaaaassstyyy stuff out about these "energy drinks" some day
  1:48pm
Dafydd:

Would you like 1 pron or 2 with your coffee?
  1:49pm
too much coffee:

or more likely: the companies making those drinks already have, but (as with their internal tobacco research) are suppressing it
  1:49pm
Dafydd:

leek eating sheep shagger with black boots to you
  1:50pm
Eric Bee:

I wonder if Lois V. Vierk ever had a threesome
  1:50pm
Dafydd:

Do you mean river beneath the river beneath the river?
  1:50pm
too much coffee:

with a name like that, he'd have to have
  1:50pm
Thom York:

Hey Brice, Can You Play My New Single "Sheep Shagger With Black Boots"?
  1:51pm
maja:

@ northguinyeuihills I know that, one year whitout and then a first one. OOps. It was for me goodbye healthyness for a long time.
  1:51pm
Dead Corporate Eyes*:

I had one once. Wasn't that great for me.
  1:52pm
too much coffee:

great song title... I'd love to do a German cover of it
  1:52pm
Dafydd:

Its on the Wellington label
  1:53pm
Doublemint Twins:

@DCE:

Or us!
  1:54pm
Lois V. Vierk:

I can confirm that I have never had a threesome. I did however, once punch a woman in the face.
  1:55pm
too much coffee:

new hobby: doing image searches on people you hadn't heard about before + trying to guess (from their picture) whether they've been in a threesome or not
  1:55pm
Lois V. Vierk:

Uaxuctum isn't even a word.
  1:55pm
northguineahills:

Well considering I'm drinking maté w/ irish whiskey, I think I've found my alternative (can still drink tea, just not on an empty stomach).
  1:56pm
too much coffee:

...while at work!
  1:56pm
Giacinto Scelsi:

Whiskey is pish. Whisky is better/
  1:56pm
northguineahills:

Scelsi!
  1:57pm
Giacinto Scelsi:

shut it, Vierk
  1:57pm
too much coffee:

but it's an interesting name for an organ of admittance
  1:57pm
Thom York:

Are You Laughing At Me?
Avatar 1:58pm
bryce:

are you smothering me?
  1:58pm
Thom Yorke:

yes
  1:58pm
northguineahills:

The Silver River (in Silver Springs, FL), has a subterranean river beneath it.
  1:59pm
Thom York:

It's Like I Can't Breathe When You Are On The Radio!
  1:59pm
dc pat:

why if it isn't Mr. Scelsi! somebody say whiskey? I'll be making my second batch of mint juleps in one month, in about 2 hours...
  1:59pm
Thom York:

Did You Play My New Single? I Am Listening To Sirius Pandora?
  1:59pm
OK Computer:

Karma police, arrest that Thom
His smothering comments are making me feel ill :-)
  1:59pm
Cornholio:

ARE YOU TAUNTING ME?
Avatar 2:01pm
bryce:

OK computer, would you like to come do a live set??
  2:02pm
Thom York:

My New Band Can Play On The Air. We Are All Laptop. I Have An Intern.
Avatar 2:02pm
bryce:

we have buckets! you can dance on them and stack them and stuff. i mean, if you want
  2:02pm
OK Computer:

I only run programs, but thanks for the vote of confidence :-P
  2:03pm
Yorkie:

yipyipyipyipyipyipyipyipyipyipyipyipyipyipyip...
  2:04pm
northguineahills:

I like Fridays (After noon). I can have my iced maté w/ whiskey. Now if I had some mezcal come sundown, I'll be set.
Avatar 2:05pm
bryce:

no seriously. we have, like....a huge ladder. and some xmas lights, i think
  2:05pm
OK Computer:

The key for doing a live set: "WWBD?"
  2:07pm
mo:

now this is a splendid show. i was speechless until a baby mosquito bited my uaxuctum.
  2:08pm
OK Computer:

Viacinto Scelsa? Didn't he use to have a show here?
  2:12pm
mo:

what is it all about this yorke thing? is there anyone who doesn't like depressed shoegazers? they're fun!
  2:14pm
Carmichael:

Perfect working-my-ass-off music, Brycey Boy. I'm busier than a one legged man in a butt kicking contest.
  2:15pm
Looms:

Cool, this Giacinto Scelsi is available at my local public library. My wallet is happy again :)
  2:15pm
OK Computer:

Hey man, slow down, slow down, idiot slow down...
  2:15pm
northguineahills:

Is this a recent recording? Awesome that a choir in Krakow, Poland would do a Scelsi piece.
  2:16pm
Scelsi stalker:

Scelsi rules
  2:17pm
glenn:

as always, the brycechat is........interesting.
  2:17pm
.:

?
  2:17pm
too much coffee:

it just so happens that Uaxuctum sounds really, really erotic in Etruscan
  2:17pm
mo:

what's exactly amazing in polish choir doing scelsi work?
  2:19pm
tim from champaign:

Bryce, why did you bully Mitt Romney?
  2:19pm
too much coffee:

bryce: we're not smothering you, but you're smothering us with space-y science-y noize shit! and we're lovin it!
  2:20pm
too much coffee:

Romney doesn't need anyone to bully him. he does a good enoug enough job beating himself up nearly every time he opens his mouth
  2:20pm
Audio Engineer:

Was that recorded in a Polish cathedral? -- My dad would always said we must be living in a Polish cathedral, just before shutting off most of the lights.
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bryce:

tim, he just can't look like that
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bryce:

hey ngh, there were 3 or 4 scelsi discs on accord in, like, 1990. i think they're my favorite performances of his big orchestral things. they all look the same - bit.ly...
  2:23pm
mo:

@ Audio Engineer: more info on polish cathedrals, please, as i am 'polak' and would like to know.
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bryce:

audio engineer.... flic.kr...
  2:25pm
mo:

yep. that's in krak town
  2:25pm
Audio Engineer:

@mo: Surely you are better than that at picking a fight. Skillz, dude.
  2:25pm
northguineahills:

Until recently, Scelsi was rarely performed by anyone. He was reviled in Italy during his lifetime. All of my recordings were done by German or Italian ensembles. It's awesome he's finally getting exposure. Poland has some awesome festivals, Unsound being the foremost off the top of my head (Unsound NYC was awesome this year)>
  2:27pm
mo:

@Audio... easy mate :) am not a nazi pole :)) just wanted to know...
  2:27pm
Audio Engineer:

@bryce: That is one Baroque cathedral. Looks very Italian, which after all is where Baroque emanated from. So Scelsi in a Polish cathedral fits on various levels...
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bryce:

ngh, still can't believe you were chillaxin in his crib
  2:32pm
northguineahills:

bryce, that wasn't me. I do remember a commenter sometime last autumn that said he visited his house. It's on my to-do list once I get to Italia.

The best travel story I have is that I got my friend in Mexico City last December to take me to the address where William Burroughs shot his wife.
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bryce:

doh!
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bryce:

YES IT WAS
  2:33pm
bruceleh:

@northguineahills

You were in Mexico City and you didn't try to find Nancarrow's house?
  2:33pm
Audio Engineer:

@mo: I grew up in southern Michigan, where there was a huge Polish immigrant communit (check "Hamtramck, MI" in wikipedia, for example.)

I went to Catholic grade school with many of them. Poles are cool, but in the 1970s people were still pretty insensitive about ethnic "humor". There's really quite a lot of irony in the descendants of Irish Catholic immigrants from late 1800s looking down on Polish Catholic immigrants from the early 1900s for being supposedly less sophisticated. People are weird.
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bryce:

is there a, er, placard or anything at the burroughs spot??
  2:34pm
mo:

@Audio Sumffin: REMEMBER - IT"S NOT A FIGHT. now: scelsi in mongolian yurta by balinese gamellan quartet doesn't fit so well as in polish baroque (read: italian) church?
  2:35pm
Pheezy:

northguineahills: Is the WSB building you mentioned in Mexico City still a residence?
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bryce:

would love to see nancarrow's crazy mosaics in person
  2:38pm
Audio Engineer:

All patterns are patterns. So any culture fits *somehow* with any other.

But Poland was a Catholic country for much of its history, and the Poland-Italy patterns are therefore fairly closely tied, and closely linked genetically/historically, if we are looking at the ecclesiastical architecture and iconography of Poland and Italy, FWIW.
  2:39pm
opl:

THE POLISH LOAN SHARK



Lends out all his money, then skips town.
  2:40pm
mo:

@opl good one
  2:40pm
northguineahills:

The address where Burroughs shot his wife has an older looking albeit recently refurbished facade leading to a mini outdoor foyer. The building itself (set back about 3 meters from the facade) was obviously built w/in the last 15 years, the facade was done in an early 20th century fashion.

Colon Nancarrow escaped my mind while I was there. I'm definitely looking that up when I go there next (my fiance is from Pachuca, Mexico)
  2:42pm
northguineahills:

FWIW, I was just commenting on Scelsi being performed outside the standard avant-garde circles, and even then, he wouldn't be so standard to begin w/.
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bryce:

whoa finacé, that's awesome! congrats!
  2:43pm
mo:

@Audio Engineer: 'Poland was a Catholic country for much of its history' as half of europe, no? so ok. i understand now. scelsi fits in poland or portugal, but doesn't fit in germany, brit empire, and russia right?
  2:44pm
northguineahills:

Thanks, Bryce. Popped the Q in Iceland in our Iceland/Berlin/Mexico trip last Nov-Dec. Which is why I'm broke now, I need a job, damnit.

Oh, and Burrough's residence seem to be still a residence, albeit an apt bldg.
  2:46pm
northguineahills:

I have a pic somewhere on my iPad of Burrough's residence. need to find it.
  2:47pm
bruceleh:

@northguineahills
At the wedding are you going to pachuca hop twirl her? :D
  2:48pm
Marc in Liverpool:

Strange Life. :-)
  2:51pm
northguineahills:

I know pachuco boogie, need to look up pachuca hop twirl.
  2:54pm
still b/p:

Pachuca hop twirl sounds like a tasty IPA.
  2:55pm
bruceleh:

It's reference from Beefheart/Zappa 'Bongo Fury'
  2:55pm
Audio Engineer:

@mo: The eastern half of the Roman Empire had Greek as its high-culture/religious language, and the western half had Latin. Poland is the easternmost large country that was converted by the western church.

Within the western church there was a schism in the 1500s called the Reformation or Protestantism, and the northwestern part of western Europe broke away from Rome. Protestant ecclesiastal architecture went to the opposite extreme from the Baroque (plainness vs. busy-ness etc.) that dominated in then still-Catholic countries. Compare a Congregationalist/Purtian or Quaker meting house to a Baroque cathedral (as in Poland or Italy) if the distinction seems unfamiliar.

All of Eureope has commonalities, and pretendinhg there are walls rather than very permeable membranes is an error. But yes, northern Germany and England became Protestant, Spain and Poland and Italy stayed Catholic, and Russia was eastern Orthodox.

The Cold War in the second half of the 1900s was just one of the more recent examples of the old east-west wrestling match between those two old siblings, the eastern and western halves of the Roman empire...
  2:56pm
Doublemint Twins:

We were just going to say that!
  2:57pm
mo:

@Audio Engineer: first impression: WOOHAH!
  2:57pm
Audio Engineer:

You could have saved me the trouble :-)
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bryce:

well...bye, all! have great weeks!
  2:59pm
maja:

thank you, all
  3:04pm
mo:

@Audio Engineer: good job. it still doesn't explain WHAT is so special in polish orchestra and choir plain scelsi.
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