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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 July 27, 2012

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Artist Track Album Year Comments Approx. start time
Pierre Henry  Cortical Art III   Favoriting Cortical Art III  1973  live performance....at the 8th International Conference of Electro-Encephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
 
Conrad Schnitzler  Krautrock   Favoriting Rot  1973  A WEEK of Con, starting today @ 4pm!
multi-channel projections
60 hours of non-repeating streamed music
http://www.con-mythology.com/
 
0:59:31 (Pop-up)
Tom Hamilton  Formal & Informal Music   Favoriting Formal & Informal Music  1981    1:19:31 (Pop-up)
Catherine Christer Hennix  The Electric Harpsichord   Favoriting The Electric Harpsichord  1976    1:42:42 (Pop-up)
Jerry Hunt  Transform (streak): monopole   Favoriting   1992    2:08:21 (Pop-up)
 
Maxime de la Rochefoucauld  [untitled]   Favoriting [unreleased]  2001  study recorded during his 6-month nyc residency  2:20:39 (Pop-up)
Fast Forward  The Dream State   Favoriting The Caffeine Effect      2:48:48 (Pop-up)


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Listener comments!

  12:11pm
jon:

am i here
  12:12pm
DCE:

apparently so, jon. I know I am.
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bryce:

mrff
  12:14pm
George of Troy:

Brrrrrryce!
  12:15pm
DCE:

Pierre Henry should have gotten together with those underwater seals in the last session.
  12:15pm
Frank:

Please take me away. My boss is serenading us with Juice Newton.
  12:17pm
BSI:

Pierre Juice!
  12:17pm
DCE:

just call Bryce Angel of the mid-afternoon
Avatar 12:19pm
bryce:

just imagine your boss, covered in disc electrodes
  12:20pm
DCE:

man, this is superb and sublime at the same time
  12:20pm
Boss:

This is ELECTRIFYING!!!!!!
  12:23pm
Ike:

That would be excellent. Unless it were like this:

http://youtu.be/YuSsSwg9MXs

Then it would probably not be so good.
  12:23pm
too much coffee:

so much easier on the ears (and makes so much more sense) than listening to the 20 year-old chick next to me at Starbucks fight with her boyfriend over skype
  12:25pm
too much coffee:

and the thing is, you can just tell he's, like they say, so not into her
  12:25pm
too much coffee:

I feel like leaning over to tell her, "trust me, it gets better... much better."
  12:26pm
DCE:

skype is just another way to get nagged by your "loved ones"
  12:28pm
nic:

love this !!!
  12:28pm
DCE:

it's making my sideburns rainbows
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bryce:

blep
  12:48pm
Ken of Brooklyn:

FANTASTIC< thanks Bryce!!!!!!!
Avatar 12:54pm
bryce:

BLOOP!
  12:55pm
jon:

this music grabs hold of the hooded sweatshirt strings and wraps them 'round its rotating shaft
  12:58pm
nic:

awesome
  12:59pm
Frank:

That was Charles Foster Kane, MD
  1:00pm
DCE:

let the Schnitzler-weekend begin!
  1:01pm
too much coffee:

I wanna become a neurophysiologist!
  1:01pm
too much coffee:

btw, be seeing some of you @harvestworks in a couple of hours, I suspect
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bryce:

CONONON
  1:08pm
joe voltage:

Hey Bryce!! Been tryin to grab all the conrad lp reissue stuff thats comin out. This first solo one is real cool.
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bryce:

oh, no way! who's been putting it out??
  1:10pm
Carmichael:

Hey now, Bryce. I love me some Schnitzler. I guess German's what's for lunch.
  1:11pm
joe voltage:

Bureau b All. 180 gram.
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bryce:

nice! haven't run across those
  1:16pm
joe voltage:

Oh crap!! You see the alan lamb double lp thing recently?
  1:21pm
Chris from DC:

Joe, did they reissue the Alan Lamb stuff? Must look this up.
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bryce:

no way! it's not new stuff, is it?? those 2 cds he put out are SO beautiful....and it was just this tiny australian release. :(
  1:24pm
joe voltage:

The one i have is recordings from 2009. It's 4 tracks.
  1:26pm
DCE:

wow, that label bureau b looks amazing. if i had a million dollars....
  1:27pm
ms_a:

another afternoon of "what's that sound? Is that the scanner?" with Bryce.
  1:28pm
joe voltage:

It's called " Wired Open Day really nice semi clear vinyl. put out by this label taiga? Only 500 copies.
  1:30pm
Rory:

Listening live, enjoying the set!
  1:31pm
DCE:

that sounds like my old Coleco hand-held football game (ca 1981), being punished.
  1:31pm
Chris from DC:

I had no idea his stuff was ever on vinyl. Yeah, big fan.
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bryce:

hi, allll!

wow, it is new stuff! that is fantastic.

i wish someone would consider re-releasing his other cds. they're super special.
  1:36pm
northguineahills:

Thanks for the Conrad Schnitzler info!
  1:38pm
hubba:

Wow... thanks Bryce, amazing sounds... still morning here in CA
  1:39pm
BSI:

ooh, this black tea has been steeping since 10am. Let's see what happens......
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bryce:

you'll turn into a bog man
  1:40pm
joe voltage:

Bryce, i remember being down for a night time show and u playin his stuff a long time ago. Thought it was super cool . One of my friends had told me thats they made some of noises for star wars. By amping wire Does anyone know if thats true?
  1:41pm
DCE*:

I've just bought a cow
  1:42pm
DCE:

I'll let that one slide
  1:44pm
hubba:

here we go...
  1:44pm
George of Troy:

@ joe voltage: Not sure about the Star Wars thing, but I have one of Lamb's albums that consists of field recordings of wind through telegraph wires in the Australian outback.
  1:44pm
Ken of Brooklyn:

I'll stop by Harvestworks on the way home, looks like the place will hopping at 5:30, hopefully?
  1:45pm
BSI:

hmmm... semi-solid. Tastes like boiled leather.
interesting. Laser beam fingers. Disco teeth. The sparrows they mock me. The sky is NUMBERS, man.... DISCO TEETH!
  1:46pm
Ken of Brooklyn:

@George of Troy, is that Sky Song??
  1:48pm
DCE:

dance on, crazy disco teeth!
  1:50pm
Brybully:

Groovy jam!
  1:51pm
George of Troy:

@KoB: Primal Image.
  1:53pm
hubba:

can someone hold my hand... i'm beginning to feel cold....
  1:55pm
DCE:

that's just a little bit'o'death creepin' in, hubba. no fears--face it head on.
  2:00pm
Rocker:

I LOVE Jimi Hennix!
  2:00pm
northguineahills:

Thank Betelgeuse they started reissue some these Catherine Christer Hennix pieces, and the fact she's recording again! Was she already a Catherine in 1976?
  2:01pm
Ike:

too much tea too much caffeine too much tea too much caffeine too much tea too much caffeine too much tea too much caffeine too much tea too much caffeine too much tea too much caffeine YEAHyeahYEAHyeah YEAHHHH!!!!
  2:02pm
BSI:

YES, IKE! EXACTLY! DISCO TEETH! My tonsils are compressed rubber pixie nipples! Why have I never noticed these colors until now?
  2:03pm
BSI:

Brilliant Hennix piece, by the way.
  2:11pm
Bridget:

oh, uh, heh heh uh
  2:12pm
Bridget:

Hellooo...
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bryce:

LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
  2:12pm
hubba:

Bryce, or anyone... low down on this 5 disc set "Text-Sound Compositions: A Stockholm Festival"?
  2:13pm
DCE:

we may need an exorcist for this one
  2:14pm
Thom Yorke:

Hey Bryce! Don't You Get Sick Of It? I Mean, You Play Some Records And Then You Talk And Then You Play Some More Records... Don't Get Me Wrong, I Think You're Great. I Was Just Wondering.
  2:21pm
DCE:

haha, work blocked the jerry hunt homepage for: violence/hate/racism/entertainment.
  2:22pm
Carmichael:

I hope these drummers are in a circle.
Avatar 2:22pm
bryce:

they're robots!
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bryce:

few dozen drums & stringed instruments played by wooden dowels & springs hot-glued to speaker cones, controlled by low-frequency tones, distributed by a mixer hooked up backwards.....
  2:25pm
xBob:

hubba, it's a good 'un -- many tracks reiissued separately elsewhere. but if you need the glottal fix, you need it
  2:27pm
DCE:

I'm glad you changed "bix mixer", Bryce, because it thoroughly confused me.
  2:27pm
hubba:

@xBob - do you know if some of this stuff end up on Alga Marghen? Those OU Revue sets are pretty great.

@DCE - yep, work won't let me investigate the wonders of Jerry Hunt... probably for the best.

Carm, what up dude!?
  2:28pm
DCE*:

I love the taste of fresh warm milk
  2:28pm
Carmichael:

Hey Hubba, where u been? In your new work digs downtown?
  2:30pm
Thom Yorke:

Hey Does Anyone Watch Game Of Thrones?
  2:31pm
xBob:

i have the OU box & still felt the need for this. cant remember if there were duplications -- couldnt have been too much though...
  2:33pm
DCE*:

I like to drink it straight from the teet. Life liquid.
  2:35pm
Carmichael:

Fresh from the intertubes: "... best known for his compositions produced on musical instruments that are homemade and often built specifically for a single live performance. Most instruments (usually string or percussion) of his Système Ki, as he calls it, are not played directly by a musician. Instead they are mechanically linked to a woofer that is driven by an inaudible, extremely low frequency electrical signal. The signal, in the range of 1-10 Hz, is most often generated on a synthesizer and prerecorded, but may be played live or be generated from other electrical sources."
Avatar 2:37pm
bryce:

i sure would love to get him down here for a live thing, but it takes him DAYS to set up and position & tweak 30 drums and bells and lutes. not to mention trucking them down here from montreal. some day...
  2:41pm
hubba:

@xBob - cool, I think i'll have to check it out.
  2:42pm
northguineahills:

I saw Maxime de la Rochefoucauld in NYC back about the time this was recorded. Awesome fun to watch.
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bryce:

oh cool, you were there?

hahaa, he was in rare form that night :)
  2:44pm
Ken of Brooklyn:

This is extra special robo-awesome!!!
  2:45pm
hubba:

@Carm - yep, downtown, and I'm like a million times more pleasant. I've been checking out FMU shows over the weekend since this new job has me preoccupied most days. A lot closer to Rubicon!!!Recently ventured out to Samuel Horne's in Folsom, man alive, the Auburn Alehouse brings it!!!
Also, ever been to Flamin Grill? the Dogfish Head, it hink that is the name, 90 minute IPA is a steal, to go with your longhorn burger.
  2:48pm
Carmichael:

Been meaning to try the Flaming Grill, just never had the right opportunity. Heard they have good IPAs. I check out Terre T and Daniel Blumin when I can, but I'm usually busy.
  2:50pm
Thom Yorke:

Hey, How Long Is Your Show? I Have To Get To The Farmer's Market Before Dusk.
  2:51pm
Thom Yorke:

(Oh, That Was For Bryce.)
  2:51pm
Chris from DC:

90 minute on tap next door to the office this week. Feeling the pull already.
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bryce:

i wish thom yorke were here
  2:52pm
hubba:

@ Carm - still on the lookout, maybe one of these days we'll meet by chance. The kid likes it at the Flaming Grill, they're sweet on kids, thus a good family joint, but far from the grid so someone has to drive, which means less shared fun.
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bryce:

have good weeks everyone!
  2:57pm
DCE:

you too, Bryce. Will be enjoying the Schnitzler here and there over the weekend.
  2:57pm
Radiohead:

That's a fake Thom Yorke. The Y is pronounced J in his case, so it sounds kinda like "Tom Jerk"...
  2:57pm
northguineahills:

Super duper fun sounds!
  2:58pm
Ken of Brooklyn:

Hi Ho, Hi Ho, to Harvestworks we go!
  2:58pm
Ken of Brooklyn:

Wonderful set today Bryce, mucho thanks!!!!!
  2:58pm
nic:

definitely caffeine _awesome
  2:59pm
George of Troy:

Nice show, thanks Bryce!
  2:59pm
hubba:

as always, you brought the magic, thanks Bryce!
  3:01pm
DCE:

goodbye, Mr. Sun fingers, tra la la la loo
  3:01pm
Van in DC:

Thanks Bryce!
  5:12am
Kenzo (last ever):

Is Pierre Henry playing Galaga?
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