Favoriting Bryce: Playlist from June 22, 2012 Favoriting

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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 22, 2012

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
Wabi Sabi  Wabi Sabi   Favoriting Wabi Sabi  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Christina Kubisch  Atocha   Favoriting Five Electrical Works  0:48:09 (Pop-up)
Kaffe Matthews  Advent Herring   Favoriting CD Ann  0:55:19 (Pop-up)
Liu Pei-Wen  Bird Lady   Favoriting   1:15:39 (Pop-up)
Lim Giang  林志峰     1:23:38 (Pop-up)
Hrvatski  Bad Raum   Favoriting   1:32:12 (Pop-up)
Hrvatski  Eintrag Raum / Kochen Raum   Favoriting   1:36:38 (Pop-up)
Blevin Blectum  Foyer Fire   Favoriting   1:41:09 (Pop-up)
Blectum from Blechdom  Flirmatoter   Favoriting   1:47:01 (Pop-up)
Holger Hiller      1:52:08 (Pop-up)
Palais Schaumburg      1:54:36 (Pop-up)
 
Max Goldt  [?]   There are Grapefruit Hearts to be Squeezed in the Dark  2:03:58 (Pop-up)
Knusperkeks  Praktisch   Favoriting   2:11:52 (Pop-up)
Accordion Tribe  Utflykt m. Damcykel   Favoriting   2:16:49 (Pop-up)
Guy Klucevsek  Scenes from a Mirage   Favoriting   2:21:05 (Pop-up)
Arne Nordheim      2:33:58 (Pop-up)




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Listener comments!

  12:18pm
Carmichael:

Wasabi? Already with the lunch!
  12:25pm
Mike East:

lunch has already been decided as Mexican today.
  12:25pm
Cecile:

Going out for Thai in 3...2...1
  12:26pm
Ike:

Is this where we talk about the latest episode of Dallas? How about that Larry Hagman!
  12:28pm
steve from cleve:

screw Hagman, I'm a Patrick Duffy fan!
  12:30pm
BSI:

black bean tofu inna HAUS!
  12:32pm
Nathan:

Someone's got the washing machine going with a pair of shoes in it.
Avatar 12:32pm
bryce:

i can't just squish all day
  12:34pm
Nathan:

Not faulting you for utilising a labour saving device. Free yourself from the shackles of domestic duty!
  12:36pm
BSI:

Thank you Bryce for celebrating Cyndi Lauper's birthday in this manner.
  12:36pm
Hugo:

I think I'm turning Japanese ...
  12:36pm
hamburger:

Wabi Sabi , not Wasabi mm hmmm
Avatar 12:37pm
bryce:

girls just wanna have fun with ekg machines on a shooting range
  12:39pm
Dead Corprorate Eyes*:

Someone help me please
  12:40pm
Dead Corporate Eyes*:

Damn you doppelganger I'm going to cut out your liver
  12:45pm
first in line:

DCE is...The Angry Surgeon. In theaters everywhere this summer.
  12:45pm
Little Richard:

Wabi sabi, aw Robby, a wop bobba looba, a bop bam boom
  12:46pm
Hugo:

gulls wanna have fun, too ...
  12:53pm
Little Richard:

C, I tolja so!
  12:54pm
Mr Obvious:

It's very hard to tell a good drone track from an average one
  12:55pm
Hugo:

They're all good ...
  12:57pm
Mike East:

yeah, I'm gonna have to disagree with that. I definitely have my preferences and opinions when it comes to drones.
  12:59pm
Hugo:

They are just there in space and time ...
  1:00pm
still b/p:

Can you continue the special celebration and play Cindy, Oh, Cindy by Eddie Fisher for Cyndi Lauper's birthday? Playing it at the same time as Advent Herring will be fine.
  1:01pm
Hugo:

I like all the drones, in any order ...
Avatar 1:01pm
bryce:

:)
Avatar 1:02pm
obama:

no problem here
  1:02pm
Little Richard:

I had this exact electric razor for years, man!
  1:03pm
Hugo:

You can never miscue a drone ...
  1:04pm
Taliban:

Aim your fucking drones at yourself, Mister Western Killer President and Betrayer of Islam!
Avatar 1:05pm
obama:

geolocating ip address....WEAR SOMETHING SHEER, TERRORIST AND/OR SEVERAL OTHER PEOPLLLLEEEEEE
  1:05pm
Nathan:

Uh oh.. Sounds like the labour saving devices are unionising.
  1:10pm
obama:

The folks who run my internal focus group operation tell me their metrics prove drones are a far better vote-getter than health care or stimulus :)
Avatar 1:12pm
bryce:

i hope china get some drones soon. i'm bored
  1:12pm
Mr Obvious:

The trouble with drones is that they are unable to sting.
  1:13pm
G:

Surely the FMU library has multiple chinese drone items
  1:20pm
Mr Obvious:

Why aren't there flying cars yet? Inventors need to get their acts together.
Avatar 1:20pm
bryce:

yeah, maybe you're right
  1:20pm
Mr Obvious:

I think Bryce hates Rhythm. He is the rhythm hater.
  1:21pm
G:

sounds like it :-)
Avatar 1:21pm
bryce:

flying cars are so 2001
  1:21pm
steve from cleve:

how then do you account for shows that feature endless ragas?
  1:21pm
G:

rhythm is for people who can't handle chaos.
  1:23pm
Mr Obvious:

I can't see Liu Pei-Wen doing a Club Mix
  1:23pm
Droll:

Mr. Obvious, I've seen Bryce drum, of the 19 instruments he plays that may be his best. I think the show is just some kind of overcompensation he does as therapy for himself.
  1:24pm
G:

two words: continuous polyrhythm
  1:25pm
Mr Obvious:

I believe everything in Blade Runner will come true, including flying cars.
  1:25pm
steve from cleve:

how do you like our owl?
  1:27pm
G:

@Mr Obvious: The amazon download page for this Bird Lady mp3 says "Genres: Dance & DJ." No joke.
  1:28pm
Mr Obvious:

Pei has dabbled in a variety of digital domains, but has concentrated on sound design,
composition and streaming video art since 1999. Pei studied at the Sydney College of Art in
Australia and her work has been influenced by neo-dada, freeform jazz as well as avant
garde electronic musicians and minimalist painter/composers. She has composed pieces for
animation, theatre projects and installations. Pei is currently based in Taipei, Taiwan.
  1:30pm
Mr Obvious:

Lim Giang was one of the original members of Haircut 100 and went on to join A-Ha and Modern Romance before forming a Tibetan Duran Duran tribute band.
  1:30pm
northguineahills:

This Lim Giang track has rhythm....
  1:31pm
Hugo:

Sub-lim-e ...
  1:32pm
Mr Obvious:

Mr Obvious likes 林志峰 by Lim Giang
  1:34pm
hamburger:

this might just be a more accessible Bryce set I've heard. me hamburger - dilettante
  1:36pm
Mr Obvious:

I really hope Greece destroy Germany tonight.
  1:36pm
bruceleh:

@Mr Obvious
Bryce hates rhythm? You should check out his avant pop/rock shows in the archives.
Avatar 1:37pm
bryce:

i hope greec destroys germany with drones
  1:38pm
hamburger:

well Mr Obvious - you should know the Greece don't destroy teams.. they wear them down by throwing their bodies in front of any attack and then settle for a chance counter attack or corner
  1:38pm
G:

don't think they wouldn't like to when it gets down to the debt and currency issue
  1:40pm
Droll:

. o O (A FC named The Drones would have the coolest club song in a packed stadium)
  1:41pm
G:

Hrvatski means "Croatian" in Croatian. #RandomShitLinguistsKnow
  1:41pm
Mr Obvious:

Creaky door
  1:43pm
steve from cleve:

how's that for a rhythm?!
  1:44pm
hamburger:

G: you heard of the lexicon valley podcast? It's pretty neat. #Linguistaudioporn
  1:45pm
Cecile:

Ike, I totally have to see that. I followed Dallas for longer than I care to admit.
  1:45pm
G:

tx for the tip...

while i'm here:

I also didn't know that Hrvatski is the pseudonym of the American electronic music artist Keith Fullerton Whitman
  1:46pm
Cecile:

I think Hrvatski used to work at Forced Exposure mailorder if I'm not mistaken.
  1:46pm
northguineahills:

@G: Being that I studied Balkan history, I always found it an odd choice for a moniker.
  1:47pm
G:

@ngh: Maybe he just thought it sounded weird in English...
  1:48pm
hamburger:

This track is cool. I'd like to think the robots would be proud.
  1:49pm
Carmichael:

I thought you were talking about a cheese.
  1:50pm
Cecile:

yes, he used to write tons of reviews on their site. I wasn't mistaken.
  1:50pm
bruceleh:

Bryce!
I was gonna ask you to play some Blevy B, she's at the Stone tomorrow night!
Thanks!
(bummed that Annie Gosfield gig dropped)
  1:51pm
Domenic and Kissy Fur:

Blectum snekk snije
also flame broiled promise today
  1:51pm
Cecile:

I had this cheese recently. Delicious.
http://www.cheesecave.net/browse.cfm/fini-sharp-cheddar/4,43.html
  1:53pm
Cecile:

I got it here. Great place in Duluth, MN.
http://www.northernwaterssmokehaus.com/sandwiches

Please think about Duluthy folk - they got flooded out by torrential rains this week.
  1:56pm
jk:

afternoon Bryce, lovely sounds today
  1:56pm
northguineahills:

Duluth got slammed, and usually places on a hill don't flood....
  1:56pm
Franken:

Duluth ... Hibbing ... Dylan ... Vikings ... flooding ... International Falls ... cold ... Blue Earth ... Babe ... North Stars ... TAFKAP!
  1:57pm
Mike East:

Heading up to Vermont tomorrow. Am hoping to get some sort of delicious cheese on the journey.
  1:59pm
Cecile:

You know it, ngh. Really shocking - we missed it by hours coming home from upper Michigan.
  2:00pm
St. Ignace:

Escanaba?
  2:01pm
Puppy Chow Ancients:

strombog also t6 moths aged
  2:01pm
Droll:

Mike East, The most delicious cheese is the Journey itself.
  2:01pm
Puppy Chow Ancients:

agreed!
  2:02pm
Hugo:

Danke für die neue Deutsche Welle!
  2:02pm
practical:

can't we enjoy some delicious cheese DURING the journey?
  2:03pm
Puppy Chow Ancients:

yes
there's an amulet
  2:03pm
Sargento:

Personal Fave --- Saint Agur, a blue cheese made from pasteurized cow's milk from the village of Beauzac in the Monts du Velay, part of the mountainous Auvergne region of central France.
  2:04pm
Puppy Chow Ancients:

help!
  2:05pm
Cecile:

No, St. Ig, Houghton.
  2:05pm
still b/p:

Not as serious as the swamping of a community....but check the first minute or so of a coworker's record of, um, a localized high-moisture episode, indoors. The third similar outcome within ten days when rains came a couple of weeks ago....demons in the plumbing/drain system....where I work:

http://youtu.be/F6rUZn-nTL4
  2:06pm
tim from champaign:

Cecile, I made pasties a few weekends ago and they came out really good. My friends were laughing at the name but now they all want pasties. I'm making pasties again this weekend to met the demand.
  2:06pm
steve from cleve:

"if you're in a boat, don't be". Great advice!
  2:07pm
northguineahills:

Way ahead of you Bryce, way ahead of you.....
  2:07pm
steve from cleve:

you know, it's funny, when Cecile first mentioned those things, I had never heard of them, but then heard that word 3 separate times within a few days. Pasties are spreading.
  2:07pm
Hawk:

Pasties, yes. Maid-Rites ... double-yes!!
  2:07pm
hamburger:

you can't go wrong with a good pasty - no siree
  2:08pm
northguineahills:

woohoo! it's finally raining, maybe now the temp will drop 15 degrees.
  2:09pm
BSI:

send some of that temp-drop business down here, plz....
  2:09pm
Cecile:

Tim, awesome. We brought a dozen home.
  2:10pm
Domenic and Kissy Fur:

right on the heels of the hail storm
nice percussive shine off Goldt
  2:10pm
Mid-Gulp™:

I want a 17-oz. soft drink.
  2:11pm
hamburger:

funny to think part of the success of the pasty was that it was something miners could carry in their pockets for a hearty meal
  2:12pm
Puppy Chow Ancients:

Mid--- I know a place in queens that provides a free 17 oz with this 23 grain bread, and this 15 bean salad
  2:12pm
still b/p:

I only got a few bites of a shared beer-braised-brisket-filled Cornish pasty a few days ago, but ohhhhh, it was GOOD!
  2:13pm
Mid-Gulp™:

Pupchau - (laughter) And a tube of triple-action Aquafresh.
  2:13pm
tim from champaign:

If you think about it, all cultures have goodness wrapped in bread: pasties, calzone, empanada, chinese pork buns, corn dogs......
  2:15pm
hamburger:

bread be the yin to the meat yang
  2:15pm
Mid-Gulp™:

Lest we forget the Chalupa. Goodness wrapped in Monsanto-engineered corn product.
  2:15pm
still b/p:

I read about Turkish borek not too long ago. Want.
  2:15pm
BSI:

bee-fat samosas.
don't forget bee-fat samosas.
  2:17pm
Beenus:

Cell-Phone mutated Royal Jelly.
  2:17pm
tim from champaign:

Boreks ruuuuuuuuuuuule!!!!!! So great!!!!
  2:19pm
Istanbul Was ...:

Every time I hear about Turkey, my mind defaults to Brad Davis.
  2:20pm
tim from champaign:

Don't forget about knishes, fry bread and tamales....
  2:20pm
Carmichael:

Dude is rockin' the accordion.
  2:21pm
Burton Cummings Maid:

Suddenly I yearn for Laibach.
  2:23pm
Contino:

Myron Floren on Acid!
  2:24pm
Carmichael:

Bryce, maybe the Harmonicats next??
  2:25pm
Concert Tina:

His bellows sound newly replaced.
  2:26pm
still b/p:

Need Brad Davis to come rollin' along at the wheel of a foodtruck called Borek Express.
  2:27pm
Eugene:

Makes me miss John Candy and the Schmenge's.
  2:27pm
Puppy Chow Ancients:

I was the aqua-fresh tube kid in all the pastry seminars
  2:27pm
BSI:

Suddenly I yearn for a bellows fulla pasties.
  2:28pm
Crestfallen:

Only Colgate has MFP.
  2:29pm
Listener Rep:

Bryce, I hope you know we all think you are fantastic!!
  2:30pm
northguineahills:

I made the Hidalguense pastes two weeks ago. Just like the Cornish version except w/ more Mexicanized ingredients (chorizo, potato, jalapeno, + more). They were brought to Pachuca by Cornish miners at the end of the 19th century.
  2:33pm
Ludlow:

Jeez, northguineahills. That's elaborate. I usually just boil a couple of weiners and slap some Wonder Bread around 'em with some French's and a bag of Utz's with a MR. Pibb. Maybe a Hostess Fruit Pie.
  2:35pm
Cecile:

yup, ngh! A guy who researches pasty lore told me about them. They serve them in El Paso, I'm told.
I need to find a recipe for them.
  2:37pm
northguineahills:

They're really hard to find outside the Mexican state of Hidalgo. But, in Hidalgo, there are sometimes 3-4 pastes stores per block.
  2:38pm
Jimm:

Speaking of Turkey ... this is wild!
http://autos.aol.com/article/video-turkey-man-ejected-from-car/?icid=maing-grid7%7Cmain5%7Cdl6%7Csec1_lnk1%26pLid%3D172307
  2:49pm
steve from cleve:

uh-oh, the guy next to me is starting to play Dave Matthews on his ipad...play something louder, Bryce!
  2:51pm
Dave Matthews:

Drone? I can drone on forever if you can hack it.
  2:53pm
steve from cleve:

...looks like my grocery receipt...
  2:55pm
Bootnik:

Nice half-boots!
  2:55pm
Droll:

Looks like Bryce has the proper footwear for walking all the way over to the EAS machine, which has gone amok. Surely it's almost out of paper meaning the emergency will end soon.
  2:56pm
714:

Loving this Lude-Rock!
  2:59pm
tim from champaign:

I bet ol' Arne Nordheim knows a thing or two about eating some pasties.
  3:00pm
Number Station:

073450
073451
073452
073453...
  3:00pm
stefica:

love the warning performance!
  3:01pm
Droll:

Didn't KennyG do something like this once (read weather reports)?
  3:01pm
steve from cleve:

increase delay feedback and speed gradually...
  3:02pm
Meteorologist:

It's fucking rain, dude. Heard of it?

The Vaginal Weather Service??? WTF???
  3:07pm
BSI:

Apply to affected area(s).
  3:07pm
Meteorologist:

Middle Sex? You guys just don't let up!
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