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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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Favoriting June 1, 2012

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Folke Rabe  What??   Favoriting What??  Dexter's Cigar / Drag City  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Lasse Marhaug & Nils Henrik Asheim  Magnaton   Favoriting Grand Mutation  Touch  0:28:14 (Pop-up)
Lasse Marhaug & Nils Henrik Asheim  Philomela   Favoriting Grand Mutation  Touch  0:29:57 (Pop-up)
François & Bernard Baschet  Sonatine / Valse   Favoriting Structures for Sound  MoMA NY  0:42:16 (Pop-up)
Oskar Sala  Musique Stéréo   Favoriting Électronique et Stéréophonie  Erato Disques  0:52:24 (Pop-up)
Bernard Fort  Fractal XVII   Favoriting Fractals  Metamkine  1:20:39 (Pop-up)
Skip La Plante  Cycle for Blown Instruments   Favoriting Detritus  Frog Peak / Asimplesound  1:26:38 (Pop-up)
Rolf Julius  Drum Piece   Favoriting Music for a Garden  Mattress Factory  1:39:52 (Pop-up)
 
Daniel Menche  Grand Perpetuator   Favoriting Zelphabet Vol. D  Zelphabet  2:07:38 (Pop-up)
Iancu Dumitrescu  Harryphonies (epsilon)   Favoriting ED.MN. 1003  Edition Modern  2:27:49 (Pop-up)
Arnold Dreyblatt  The Adding Machine   Favoriting The Adding Machine  Cantaloupe Music  2:47:30 (Pop-up)


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Listener comments!

  12:12pm
Ken From Hyde Park:

My retirement fund is circling the drain today (and has been for months). Send out some cheering-up music!
  12:12pm
bridget:

hiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
  12:13pm
nic:

hey great !!!!!!!!!
Avatar 12:14pm
bryce:

eh e he helluu
  12:15pm
?:

Cool, it sounds like they're listening to FMU in the IT room across from my cubicle.
  12:18pm
wait:

what??
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bryce:

yeah, i just mic'd the 3rd floor fridge
  12:25pm
brocolli rabe:

good rabe, not bitter at all
  12:27pm
Looms:

Hello everyone!
Bryce, have you heard Jean-François Laporte's "Mantra" which was released in the Collection Pour L'Oreille by Metamkine? He uses the cooling system of a hockey arena.
  12:27pm
Looms:

I mean, the sound of the cooling system of a hockey arena.
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bryce:

hahaaa, that sounds amazing :) i wonder if we have that here. we used to get some metamkine stuff....
  12:36pm
George of Troy:

G'day everyone! Looms, thanks for the tip... Sounds like something I'd like to check out.
  12:43pm
Looms:

It's a 22 minutes drone piece; quite nice if you play it loud.
  12:43pm
BSI:

Lasse! He did a brutal set down here a while back...
  12:52pm
BDR:

I like all your shows, Bryce, but I love the drone shows best.
  12:52pm
BSI:

...whereas this Baschet piece has me thinking it's time to dig out the CARNIVAL OF SOULS dvd this weekend...
  12:54pm
Chris from DC:

Looms, I thought I saw a review that said Laporte recorded a Zamboni?
  1:02pm
Carmichael:

Hiya Brycey boy. Hello everyone.
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bryce:

thx, BDR! been kind of on a kick lately.....

looms, no luck — plenty of mario lanza, though!
  1:05pm
Swan:

Further to the Laporte discussion -- it may be easier to find that piece now on 23five. They reissued it a few years ago, and added a handful of other stuff. The rest is (mostly) great too, as I remember.
  1:09pm
Zamboni Brothers:

Chill, y'all! Bryce is da Ycey-est!
  1:11pm
kat330:

Tuned in for a very interesting piece, this Sala.
  1:11pm
Zambonite monk:

Snowcones for everyone!
  1:12pm
kat330:

Hi, Bryce! Right playlist, right song this time! :)
  1:12pm
northguineahills:

I once used Oskar Sala and his trautonium for dj flyer in the late 90s.
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bryce:

hahaa :)
  1:15pm
Tom M:

Love this music!
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bryce:

a little lunchtime trautonium
  1:17pm
Looms:

@Chris from DC: liner notes of the CD say he recorded a refrigerating compressor. I haven't listened to it for a few years but zamboni sounds could have been used as well.
  1:17pm
Tom M:

I saw the trautonium in a Berlin museum recently.
  1:17pm
Ken of Brooklyn:

Fantastique show Monsieur Bryce!
  1:19pm
Chris from DC:

Thanks, Looms, clears that up.
  1:19pm
BSI:

Zamboni. That's one of those enormous sandwiches with stuffed with all the messy...... innit?
  1:20pm
BSI:

........food.
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bryce:

hi ken, thanks!

tom, cool...was it one of mr. sala's? i remember, a couple years before he died, emails going around saying he was looking for someone to pass his skillz to. not sure if there were any takers....
  1:20pm
Zamboni Brothers:

Disclosure: Zamboni-sourced snowcones may contain traces of skate metals and hockey-player sweat drops.
  1:21pm
Noel:

Voulez Vous couchez avec moi c'est soir
  1:23pm
still b/p:

No rabbit rabbit rabbit in this showzone.
Robot robot robot.
  1:25pm
northguineahills:

@Tom M: what museum was that? I was in Berlin recently and will probably back in the not-too-distant future.
  1:28pm
kat330:

Looms, aren't you from northern France?
  1:29pm
dc pat:

ZB: ..and blood. I was at the Caps practice rink over in Ballston last year and somebody must have gotten run over by a skate. Blood everywhere. They were trying to sweep it up..
  1:29pm
dc pat:

I imagine it sounds a lot like this down in the rat holes in our neighbor's backyard in the middle of the night...
  1:30pm
kat330:

Fort has hit the pierced part of my ear....
  1:30pm
plain brown reprobate:

WFMU is your source for scenes of Electro the Robot with strippers:
http://blog.wfmu.org/freeform/2008/04/elektro-the-rob.html
  1:31pm
jk:

yes!
  1:32pm
kat330:

Ah, sweet relief. And Looms, if you're gone but check back ever, this one's for you: http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap120510.html
  1:36pm
Swan:

Wish the shoes had come off sooner!
  1:38pm
steve from cleve:

love that picture, kat330. the world certainly is a weird place.
  1:39pm
kat330:

Most of the pictures at APOD are literally OUT of this world, Steve. :)
  1:40pm
bruceleh:

Bryce, got some Scott Smallwood q'd up?
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bryce:

oopsie, he's at home. i could stick my hooha in a light socket though!
  1:41pm
kat330:

You have a hooha, Bryce? The things I learn here.
  1:42pm
bruceleh:

I would think the hooha would have, say, vacuum tubes inserted into it!
  1:44pm
bruceleh:

Upcoming Events:
DJ Bryce sticks his body parts into various electric and electronic devices, broadcasting the resulting signals live!
  1:45pm
George:

THIS IS SOME OF THE BEST SHIT I HAVE EVER HEARD!!!
  1:45pm
Zamboni Brothers:

Bryce's Hooha > Fabio's Muffler
  1:45pm
still b/p:

Green hasn't flashed me yet when I've looked for it in ocean horizon sunsets.
  1:46pm
Swan:

Oh sweet Julius!
  1:46pm
BSI:

hm.... that opens up a world of possibilities. A sound-art performance with two wrestlers wearing full-body contact-mic suits, maybe?
  1:46pm
northguineahills:

orange
  1:46pm
kat330:

The pronouns all indicate you're a dude, so where'd this hooha come from? We must have diff. definitions of hooha.
  1:46pm
BSI:

...and the referee is some mad-scientist type with a mixer & rack of FX...... ooh, the ideas....
  1:47pm
open mind:

a hooha can be what you want it to be
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bryce:

*gewgaw
  1:48pm
Looms:

Hey, thanks a lot for letting everyone know how beautiful my homeland is, Kat!
  1:48pm
kat330:

Dingus.
  1:48pm
Chuck:

dingaling
  1:48pm
db:

..suffragette city...hooha...
  1:49pm
kat330:

I've been there so know that firsthand, Looms! :)
  1:49pm
dc pat:

yeah, I'd agree with kat--in my book, hooha definitely equals....uh, what those ladies in that robot video DIDN'T expose..
  1:50pm
kat330:

Actually, the only person I'd ever heard use the term "hooha" is Kristen Chenowith, and it wasn't any part on the average man.
  1:50pm
Sam Spade:

I held up my end. You got your dingus. It's your hard luck it wasn't what you wanted.
  1:51pm
kat330:

What's that about a hard dingus, Spade?
  1:53pm
Sam Spade:

Then you think the dingus is worth a million?
  1:54pm
Robot Stripper:

Can you hold up *my* end, Sammy?
  1:54pm
kat330:

Only if it's Maltese.
  1:55pm
Sam Spade:

The stuff that dreams are made of.
  1:59pm
kat330:

Speaking of percussion, I made a serviceable maraca this morning. Just some brown rice (uncooked, bocoors) in an empty plastic container (Talenti pint gelato in this instance). Worked extremely well.
  1:59pm
Maltese:

arf! arf!
  2:00pm
kat330:

Who's a good doggie!!
  2:01pm
Maltese:

[sits up and begs, doing his best Asta]
  2:01pm
Mr Donut:

So that's what a Maltese Bippy looks like
  2:02pm
Maltese:

I accept Ken-L-Hooha
  2:03pm
still b/p:

I gave a pocket maraca to a musician friend -- small ball bearings in a contact lens case...allows you to alter the sound quality by making your hand tighter and more loose on it while it's held in the palm.
  2:04pm
kat330:

Very interesting, s b/p. Yeah, I tried all sorts of kitchen items before I hit on the right sound I wanted. I can alter the pitch a bit by how full I fill with rice.
  2:06pm
Experimental Musician:

I tried all sorts of kitchen items before I hit on the wrong sound I wanted.
  2:06pm
kat330:

Is this screw the station ID hour? :) I don't think Bryce likes the mic.
  2:07pm
steve from cleve:

I had a nice pots'n'pans session a few weeks back. who needs costly percussion items when the whole world is one big bang.
  2:07pm
Experimental Musician:

He probably whispered it under the track
  2:07pm
"the mic":

actually, Bryce LICKS the mic
  2:08pm
kat330:

If he whispered during the piercing Fort, I could've missed while the mute was on.
  2:08pm
Maltese:

One big bang? I'll take that
  2:09pm
The Log Lady:

Hi Bryce! The log has a special message for you today; please remember to obey it's instructions! :-)
  2:09pm
kat330:

Chenowith's dog -- maybe a Maltese? -- licks her directly in the mouth, to bring this hooha/dog of a discussion full circle.
  2:09pm
FCC rep, undercover:

we'll take Bryce licking the mic as a station id. No one else in the world does that. Station ID'd.
  2:10pm
FCC addendum:

Bryce doesn't do station ID, he does station OD
  2:10pm
northguineahills:

I've borrowed my/gf's metal bowls and my friend's weights just for the sounds many of times.
  2:11pm
kat330:

That's a good DJ! :)
  2:11pm
FCC addendum:

The ELS track KICKS ASS!!!!!!!!!!!
  2:11pm
Mike East:

Kristen Chenowith was here a few weeks ago. I'm not sure who she is or what she does, but her music really got on my nerves. Not my thing.
  2:13pm
kat330:

She's a Broadway baby. I'm not a fan of the little-girl voice either, nor her repertoire. An awful lot of little-girl voices are beloved at this station, however.
  2:14pm
tim from champaign:

How come WFMU only plays that one song by EAS Test? It's a good jam but don't you think it's a bit lazy playing just that one song?
  2:15pm
kat330:

@NGH: I also found a metal teaspoon striking the edge of a metal one-cup measure makes a cool sound. Very cowbell-ish.
  2:16pm
FCC addendum:

EAS has put out 29 CD's, but all with the same arrangement. You can't top perfection. They tried actual marbles in a blender, but that just didn't cut it.
  2:16pm
northguineahills:

cool kat330!
  2:17pm
kat330:

At lEASt it seemed really truncated this time.
  2:20pm
FCC addendum:

Had this been an actual emergency, it would have been tough noogies on you.
  2:20pm
BSI:

diggin' this.
get me? DIGGIN'.
  2:21pm
steve from cleve:

"tough" is the only way I've ever had my noogies. I've come to prefer it.
  2:23pm
Graveyard Workers Local 216:

I dig.
  2:23pm
tim from champaign:

The EAS Test songs that are played on the country stations fill me with more confidence in case there was an emergency. It has a lot of patriotism and swagger to it unlike the self-loathing and apologetic WFMU EAS jams.
  2:24pm
kat330:

If youse guys in NJ are still with the hot temps, get ready for a change in weather. It's now almost 30 degrees cooler in the Louisville area compared with Mem. Day.
  2:25pm
BSI:

gettin' diggy widdit. or something.
Just play this track repeatedly until you receive further instructions. Thanking you in advance, etc...
  2:25pm
BSI:

@kat330: true enough. Here in DC, they're predicting some kind of apocalypse to start at 6pm.
  2:26pm
kat330:

Love the sound of helicopters in the morning!
  2:26pm
Carmichael:

It will be one-frigging-hundred again today in sunny Californ-eye-ay. Humidity's only about 25%, though, which makes it fairly bearable.
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bryce:

i knowww....yet another beaut from mr. menche.

i turned it down quite a bit, so it wouldn't get smoothed out by the broadcast limiters.....
  2:27pm
BSI:

DOWN WITH LIMITERS!
  2:28pm
hooha:

Oooh, keep it just like that....
Don't stop....
  2:28pm
kat330:

Despite the "cold snap," it was a done deal for me to fix potato salad today, which is why now I'll be away from the keyboard for a bit.
  2:28pm
G:

NYC meteo: was sunny this morning, cloudy right now, rain forceast for tonight and tomorow morning. In the low 70s right now, after most of a week in the upper 80s and really humid...
  2:28pm
Ed Zeppole:

"Listen honey, they're playing our song" Thanks, Bryce!
  2:30pm
northguineahills:

My downstairs neighbors literally (yes, literally), only listen to the late 60s Stones. It's so bad, I can't listen to them any more. And, they are in their 20s. So, blasting this Daniel Menche makes me feel pretty damn good!!!!!
  2:31pm
nic:

wow love daniel menche_i was listening 2 him this morning before your show_awesome_love this !!!!!!
  2:31pm
G:

ngh is a real menche! :-)
  2:32pm
northguineahills:

It's 68 F/20 C here in Brooklyn and cloudy. The pressure is dropping, so, it'll probably rain w/in the next 3+ hours.
  2:32pm
bruceleh:

yow!
  2:32pm
the glowing one:

oh no, it ended when it finally became interesting
  2:32pm
George of Troy:

That was awesome (the Menche).
  2:33pm
still b/p:

HEY hey
YOU you
Get off on my Grand Perpetuator!
  2:36pm
BSI:

Capt.Bryce: I'm not finding "Zelphabet Vol.D" in his discog... what format is that? Did I hallucinate the whole thing? Am I still driving this car? What?
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bryce:

sir!

it's from a (pretty great!) series of comps — zelphabet.com
  2:39pm
BSI:

Wow thanks. Jeezus. That Vol.C looks like a winner as well...
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bryce:

our buddy/engineer extraordinaire Chop Shop (Scott Konzelmann)'s on that one!
  2:52pm
kat330:

Mmm...like this!
  2:53pm
the glowing one:

who's dreyblatt? this sounds like fred frith!
  2:54pm
northguineahills:

cool! a new to me Dreyblatt!
  2:54pm
Carmichael:

Hey, this song has both melody and rhythm. WTF?!??
  2:55pm
kat330:

Should be the ADding Machine.
  2:55pm
pgw in mntclr:

i was fairly obsessed with "Nodal Excitation" for a while. dude is good.
  2:57pm
kat330:

Great tax time tune.
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bryce:

hi SCOTT
  2:58pm
George of Troy:

Nice show, Bryce!
  2:58pm
bruceleh:

zelphabet, wow, that's a great deal for 2 bills!
  2:58pm
nic:

thx for a sweet show!!!!!!
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bryce:

SCOTT
  3:00pm
Basil Fawlty:

Don't mind him. He's in Barcelona.
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bryce:

YES
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jason:

hey Bryce, see you at the campfire
  3:00pm
Looms:

Thanks Bryce!
Hi Scott! Are you still jet lagged?
  3:00pm
kat330:

About Dreyblatt: "The Adding Machine," represents my first venture into consecutive melody, utilizing the vertical tuning structure found on the fingerboard of an electric guitar which has been modified to perform in the tuning system used in my music. The piece gradually makes its way through successive tonal permutations expressed in "circular" patterns."
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bryce:

bye, all!
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bryce:

:)
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jason:

tell us when we're live...in the secret room
  3:01pm
kat330:

Thanks, Bryce! Have a safe and warm weekend all!
  3:01pm
bryce:

omg, you are, like, SO live right now
  3:01pm
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