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A weekly adventure in phonography: field recordings, brainwave therapy, rattling noises and other esoteric dance music.

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Options December 13, 2016: live from Hyde Park, MA

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments Images
Com Truise  Galactic Melt   Options        
Jojo Hiroshige  When You Meet Death Of God   Options Mind Song, Last Song  Alchemy Records  2005   
Eli Keszler  Breaches Breaches   Options Last Signs of Speed  Empty Editions ‎  2016   
Peder Mannerfelt  Building of the Mountain   Options Controlling Body  Peder Mannerfelt  2016   
Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith  When I Try, I'm Full   Options EARS  Western Vinyl  2016   
Pat Patrick & The Baritone Saxophone Retinue  Eastern Vibrations   Options Sound Advice  Art Yard   2015   
Domenique Dumont  La Bataille de Neige   Options        
The Detroit Escalator Company  Flail   Options Blue Science / Between Dubnotes EP  Peacefrog Records  2006   
Sendai  002 Archiefkwestie   Options Ground And Figure  Editions Mego  2016   
VC-118A  Turbid   Options Shift Register  Tabernacle Records  2016   
Aloonaluna  Vampirism and Singularity   Options The Gilded Hegemony of Stars  Scioto  2016   
Music behind DJ:
Lisa Carbon 
Rhumba Roland   Options        
Pauline Oliveros / Miya Masaoka  Afternoon - Hirusugi   Options Accordion Koto  Deep Listening  2007   
L. Subramaniam, N. Rajam & Kala Ramnath  Raga Jhinjhoti - N. Rajam   Options SAAZ Volume II  Music Today  2007   
Alvin Curran  Natural History Part 2   Options Natural History [1983]  Black Truffle   2016  Large fly caught in a window pane, La Serra di Lerici, 1970 Piano Tuning with dog barking, Rome studio (via Vestri), 1978 Peacock calling - Tuscan farm, hippy collective, 1978 Hoopoe (Upapa bird), Tuscan farm, 1978 Demolition of a building in central Frankfurt, early 1980's Fog horns with slowly arriving ship, Battery Park, NYC, 1982 Bingo Game in Florence Italy, early 1980's Small chorus singing unison f/fsharp, Rome 1975 Footsteps with train coupling, Minnesota train yards, 1980 Chorus unison Train Wheels - Port of Geneva, 1980 Chorus unison, peepers, monoplane landing, dog barking, stream at Harmony Ranch, Connecticut, 1972 
Braen / Kema  Nagpur   Options Aux Sources De La Civilisation Volume Nº 2 - Inde - Iran - Pakistan  St Germain Des Prés  1972   
Music behind DJ:
Forsaken Dawn   Options          
Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement  Black Magic Originated In Nature   Options Folklore Venom  Hospital Productions  2013   
Will Long  Daylight & Dark (Sprinkles Overdub)   Options Long Trax  Comatonse Recordings  2016   
Rashad Becker  Themes VII   Options Traditional Music of Notional Species Vol. II  PAN  2016   
Anthony Child  A Nightfall of Diamonds   Options Electronic Recordings from Maui Jungle, vol. 2  Editions Mego  2016   
Foodman  Ure Piii   Options Ez Minzoku  Orange Milk Records  2016   
Kinkakuji  Introduction   Options Come Again II  Furnace  1993   
Eric Copeland  Fat Man 3   Options Jesus Freak  L.I.E.S. (Long Island Electrical Systems)  2015   
Container  Vegetation   Options Vegetation  Diagonal  2016   
Karen Gwyer  Brunch Music   Options Bouloman  Nous  2015   

Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:04pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Commencesky Kamootsky intensely but loosely
tho' I commenting 1st I more like caboosesky...
Avatar 7:05pm Jesse K:

Howdy Revolution Rabbit!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:20pm listener james from westwood:

how do, Jesse, Rev, and all!
Avatar 7:25pm Jesse K:

Hi James!
Avatar 7:40pm Jesse K:

art tonight are watercolors by David Goodsell: mgl.scripps.edu...
  7:40pm Ellie Ecksar:

Hi Jesse, Where did you find these wonderful images accompanying the set?!
  7:41pm Ellie Ecksar:

ah! Beat me to it!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:42pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...having won the nine-figure Lottery - Harold realized he could, perhaps, @ last realize his life-long ambition - & dearest, most personal & heartfelt wish...:
to have Laurie Anderson in person provide the soundtrack to every casual sit in the tub; she would interact creatively w/ & probably comment on the tile echo...& by financing one worthy Jazz quartet - could even this Fortune positively tip the cultural & spiritual Balance of the World?
...It was a steep learning curve
...maybe in time - he'd end up learning how to discreetly hire an untraceable homeless person of merit to take a baseball bat to the defective brain of the Orangutan in Chief
...He would have to soak & think about it. Just listening for now...
Could you be the richest person in every room you entered - & still be declared insane? It was an interesting problem...he would have to figure out whom to ask...
Avatar 7:47pm coelacanth∅:

hello Jesse, innies, outies, nonnies...
Avatar 7:47pm Jesse K:

@Ellie, my understanding is that they're meant to be illustrations of basic structures in biology. Used in textbooks and pretty straightforward explanatory stuff. Watercolors.
Avatar 7:48pm Jesse K:

@RevRabbit, is that text from the website I linked?!
Avatar 7:48pm Jesse K:

Howdy coelacanthø!
Enjoying the new accent in your name
Avatar 7:50pm geezerette:

Hello, Jesse and company.
The calm is much appreciated.
Avatar 7:52pm Jesse K:

hello geezerette!
Avatar 7:54pm geezerette:

Vampirism also appreciated!
Avatar 7:55pm coelacanth∅:

i'll wait 'till i'm done eating then fully ingest these images. they're truly beautiful and i can possibly identify at least a few of them in biological terms, maybe.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:02pm melinda:

hi folks!
Avatar 8:05pm Jesse K:

welcome melinda!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:07pm melinda:

Dig the drone.
Avatar 8:10pm geezerette:

Man, I am loving.this Raga.
Avatar 8:13pm geezerette:

hi coel & melinda!
Avatar 8:13pm northguineahills:

raga muffins....
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:14pm melinda:

I've decided recently that I need some Indian music but not sure where to start. I favorited this one for later reference. hi Geez!
Avatar 8:14pm Jesse K:

mmmmm muffins. hi northguineahills!
Avatar 8:19pm geezerette:

Can't go wrong starting with Ravi Shankar. All his collaborators were great.
Avatar 8:34pm coelacanth∅:

melinda - what geez'ret said; also the violinist R. K. Shriramkumar is excellent...as is Ravi's daughter, Anoushka.
(assuming you're looking for "traditional" indian music)
Avatar 8:37pm northguineahills:

Haven't heard this Curran before... very nice/
Avatar 8:38pm Jesse K:

It came out in 1983 on a tape but was just reissued
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:47pm melinda:

Thanks for the suggestions! Right now all I have is on the Darjeeling Limited soundtrack. Which is good, but, limited. haha
Avatar 8:50pm coelacanth∅:

i haven't followed any of the links on David Goodsell's site, but so far, i must say, i'm unsure of what he's going for! i'm thinking his mission is to demonstrate, via very lovely romanticised depictions of microscopic biological structures, that there's something inexplicable in "scientific" terms beyond the technical and clinical explanations offered as fact.
...am i close?
Avatar 8:54pm Jesse K:

I'm not sure exactly, I know he's a professor in the Department of Molecular Biology at the Scripps Research Institute and I assumed these were more straightforward illustrations.. not being a scientist myself I can't verify
Avatar 8:56pm Jesse K:

Here's his wikipedia page, apparently he's self trained in art but went through lots of school for science: en.wikipedia.org...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:00pm Scraps:

good: one leg in art, the other in science. c.p. snow, take that.
Avatar 9:01pm geezerette:

coel & melinda, have you heard Anoushkas' contemporary stuff? Very beautiful!
Probably heresy to say so,but the free version of Spotify has lots of incredible Indian music. It's kinda worth putting up with ads to find artists you like and want to buy, or borrow from a library.
Avatar 9:02pm coelacanth∅:

i'm not qualified to say they're not somewhat technically correct - except the colors... but then electron microscope images are often artificially colored to help differenciate structures from one-another.
- i would think, though, that most of these shapes would show some shadowing and depth, if these were depictions of microscope images.
...but i don't know!
Avatar 9:06pm Jesse K:

Hi Scraps!
@coelacanthø, agreed they do seem simplified, perhaps so you see the structures easier? Same with space telescope images
Avatar 9:06pm geezerette:

The images are beautiful! Agree that science & art are close.
Avatar 9:16pm coelacanth∅:

...ehem, just kidding!
there have been times, years ago, when wfmu was my only source of music besides my physical collection. that's not the case now, and i (also) pay for better sound quality from spotify, so no ads. -they certainly wish i'd use the free version. they'd make many X more money.
....anyway that's good to know about the indian music. it doesn't have so much traditional japanese music... though still maybe more than i thought they would.
Avatar 9:21pm coelacanth∅:

- i'm imagining being in the "fantastic voyage"... if the inside of the body was so brilliant i think we'd all have environmentally induced trips!
Avatar 9:26pm Jesse K:

This Rashad Becker is all custom built modular but sounds like some daxophone in parts.
Avatar 9:43pm northguineahills:

I saw a picture of Eric Copeland, and I was like, wow, he looks like my age, now! as opposed to my age when I first started seeing AC 16 years ago.
Avatar 9:50pm Jesse K:

I haven't seen him perform solo, last time was with black dice in the aughts but it was too dark to ID anyone
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:57pm Uncle Michael:

Thanks Jesse, I've been enjoying the show.
Avatar 9:58pm geezerette:

Thanks Jesse,dug the show!
Avatar 9:58pm northguineahills:

Thanks Jesse!
Avatar 10:00pm coelacanth∅:

Stellar program Jesse! and i'm destined to explore David S. Goodsell's work to great extent.
happy gnu year!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:01pm Scraps:

Fine show!
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