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Old 02.08.2008, 06:54 AM   #21
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cool Tom is back with a new show, no more Slashmusic now it's this:
http://www.channel4.com/music/newmus...oad/index.html
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Old 02.13.2008, 07:02 AM   #22
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The Experiment is a monthly podcast commissioned by the ICA and presented and produced by Kevin Quigley and Jim Hammond.

From Brooklyn's fantastic noisenik record label - Heat Retention records we have Embarker who is a thrash/melodramatic live electronic glitch wizard and the intensely noisey Blastocyst.

Also this month we have the antipodean icy sounds of Synaesthesia Records with a selection of their artists - Snawklor, Candlesnuffer, Francis Plagne and Delire.

We have great, haunting sounds from the ever impressive Ghost Box Label from two of their exotic sampling artists - Mount Vernon Arts Lab and The Focus Group.

Finally we have two solo artists - the droning sound art of Cheapmachines and the wonderful otherworldly investigating music of Oren Ambarchi.

http://www.ica.org.uk/The%20Experiment%3A%20February%202008+16226.twl
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Old 02.20.2008, 05:04 AM   #24
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gench concert archives

Presenting selected solo and collaborative performances by Thomas Dimuzio and friends. Experience each concert in its entirety as it unfolds from beginning to end. Available exclusively through Gench Music as specially priced CD-R's ($8 each or five for $32) and as free MP3 excerpts below.

Thomas Dimuzio live samples and processes multiple sources of audio signals in real-time, much akin to a real-time digital musique concrete machine. Signal feeds intercepted from his collaborators along with MIDI-controlled feedback, ambient microphones, shortwave radios, field recordings, circuit-bent toys, and original audio source recordings are integrated and mixed into his system of interactive electronics. More than a collection of gadgets and wires, Dimuzio has devised a musical instrument allowing detailed and rich aural abstractions to be improvised and realized in real-time. A versatile environment allowing the artist to explore deep aural realms as a soloist and integrate effectively within an ensemble.

http://www.gench.com/concert-series.html

The Thomas Dimuzio and Anla Courtis excerpt is beyond aceness.
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Cool, I'm glad. I'm listening to it myself. I love it especially when it gets to 6:30 and it starts sounding pulsating, repetitive and cyclic. Ace.
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Old 02.22.2008, 04:22 AM   #26
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Fuck, it does take off wonderfully there, doesn't it?
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Old 02.22.2008, 04:46 AM   #27
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I haven't listened to that one yet, but I'll do it soon. I'm on my fourth time in a row listening to the Dimuzio/Courtis track. Ordered some Anla Courtis yesterday and Dimuzio is next in line. Some of Anla Courtis' music I was familar with before, Dimuzio I knew by name but had never listened to anything till I found the Gench website.
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Old 02.23.2008, 05:05 PM   #28
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I thought this was pretty interesting, even if it's more for historical reasons than for the music, which are mostly well-known hits. US Army pirate radio in Vietnam:

Radio First Termer – January 1971 [pt.1 of 4]

The time is January 1971. The place is Saigon, The Republic of Vietnam. A 22-year-old US Air Force sergeant, tired of the bland programming served up to the troops by the official US military broadcasting service, takes to the airwaves to bring his comrades a more entertaining alternative. Radio First Termer is on the air!
Broadcasting at 69 MHz from a makeshift pirate radio studio in a back room above a downtown Saigon brothel, using equipment procured via “midnight supply,” disc-jockey “Dave Rabbit” and his studio engineer “Pete Sadler” carried out their mission to “bring vital news, information, and hard acid-rock music to first-termers and non-reenlistees in The Republic of Vietnam”---to give their fellow troops a laugh and a break from the absurdity of a war they could not win.
“Dave” and “Pete”, assisted by the lovely “Nguyen,” launched Radio First Termer on New Year’s Day 1971 and continued to broadcast three hours a night for most of that month of January. Figuring that if they continued to broadcast any longer they would eventually be busted, they decided to lay Radio First Termer to rest after a successful run of 21 days.
For those of you not fluent in military slang, a “first-termer” is an enlisted military member serving his first hitch (enlistment) in the service---as opposed to a “lifer,” who is a career service member. Lifers are planning on staying in the military “for the duration.” “Non-reenlistees” are guys who have chosen not to continue military service when their current hitch is complete.
Presented here (in four parts) is the only known existing recording of a Radio First Termer broadcast.
WARNING: If you are offended by vulgarity, profanity, and crass sexual references, it is recommended that you do not listen to Radio First Termer. As “Dave” puts it, “...We’re an underground radio station here, and we say what we feel like saying...”
“Good Night Vietnam and Good Luck!”





--Playlist--
BLOODROCK - Double Cross
SANTANA - Evil Ways
THE WHO - Pinball Wizard
CREAM - White Room
SUGARLOAF - Green-Eyed Lady
CACTUS - You Can't Judge a Book By Looking at the Cover
IRON BUTTERFLY - Soul Experience
THE JAMES GANG - Funk #49
THREE DOG NIGHT - Mama Told Me Not To Come
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Radio First Termer – January 1971 [pt.2 of 4]

This segment features Dave’s helpful movie guide to films showing in the Phan Rang, Saigon, Nha Trang and Cam Ranh Bay areas... And, of course, more words of wisdom from the latrine walls!
WARNING: If you are offended by vulgarity, profanity, and crass sexual references, it is recommended that you do not listen to Radio First Termer...
--Playlist--
STEPPENWOLF - The Pusher
THE JIMI HENDRIX EXPERIENCE - Fire
JIMI HENDRIX & THE BAND OF GYPSIES - Changes
LED ZEPPELIN - Good Times, Bad Times
THE SPENCER DAVIS GROUP - I’m a Man
THE BYRDS - Eight Miles High
THE BEATLES - Tax Man
BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD - For What It’s Worth
VANILLA FUDGE - You Keep Me Hanging On
ERIC BURDON & THE ANIMALS - Monterey
LOVE - My Flash On You
THE WHO - Overture / It’s a Boy
THREE DOG NIGHT - Rock ’n’ Roll Widow
Download here or listen to streaming audio below:
http://sonicdaydream.blogspot.com/20...-1971-pt2.html


Radio First Termer – January 1971 [pt.3 of 4]

By popular demand, we proudly present another installment of Radio First Termer! This segment features an informative announcement regarding exciting new items available at the base exchange... plus a delightful vignette describing a young GI’s first “short time” in Vietnam.
WARNING: If you are offended by vulgarity, profanity, and crass sexual references, it is recommended that you do not listen to Radio First Termer...
--Playlist--
BLOODROCK - D.O.A.
THE JAMES GANG - Stop
CACTUS - Feels So Good
THE WHO - See Me, Feel Me, Touch Me, Heal Me
THE JIMI HENDRIX EXPERIENCE - Purple Haze
STEPPENWOLF - Don’t Step on the Grass Sam
THREE DOG NIGHT - Chest Fever
Download here or listen to streaming audio below:
http://sonicdaydream.blogspot.com/20...71-pt3-of.html


Radio First Termer – January 1971 [pt.4 of 4]

In this, the final installment of Radio First Termer, we’re treated to Tonight’s News as read by Dave and Nyguen, an episode of Your Air Force in Action, and Dave’s Swap Shop of The Air!
For more information regarding RFT and Dave Rabbit, visit this website.
WARNING: If you are offended by vulgarity, profanity, and crass sexual references, it is recommended that you do not listen to Radio First Termer...
--Playlist--
SUGARLOAF - West of Tomorrow
BLOODROCK - Gotta Find a Way
SANTANA - Soul Sacrifice
LED ZEPPELIN - Heartbreaker
DONOVAN - Hurdy Gurdy Man
THREE DOG NIGHT - Cowboy
BLOODROCK - Fancy Space Odyssey
STEPPENWOLF - Born To Be Wild
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http://sonicdaydream.blogspot.com/20...71-pt4-of.html


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Old 02.24.2008, 03:10 PM   #29
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HANSON RECORDS
20 LAYERS OF TAPE HISS...ALWAYS

HANSON RECORDS RADIO PODCAST

Playlist:
Alexander Mossolov, SPK, Butthole Surfers, William S. Burroughs & Brion Gysin, Musica Elettronica Viva, Couch, Mick Jagger, The New Blockaders & Organum, Henry Jacobs, Henning Christiansen.

Podcast Summary
Noise, Electronics, Tape Loops, Tape Manipulation, Sound Poetry, Sound Art, Music Concrete, Industrial, Power Electronics, Drone, Lo-Fi, Scum Rock, Punk, Hardcore, Synthesizer, Progressive, Prog Rock, RIO, Fluxus, 2oth Century Classical, Sound Effects, FX, Synth Punk, Kraut Rock, Private Press, Pink Floyd, Folkways, Droll Yankees, Heavy Metal, Scrap Metal, Westerns, Glam Rock, Tape Hiss.


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Old 02.24.2008, 03:23 PM   #30
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Whore alert. Our band is on the latest installment of this, but there are some pretty good jams in the rest of the broadcast as always...

Aural Innovations Space Rock Radio:
http://aural-innovations.com/radio/playlist.html
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Whore alert. Our band is on the latest installment of this, but there are some pretty good jams in the rest of the broadcast as always...

Aural Innovations Space Rock Radio:
http://aural-innovations.com/radio/playlist.html

nice!
shitty website but awesome playlists.
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Yeah, I don't know about the look of that site, but they have been supporting our stuff since the 1990s back when they were a print magazine.
What they lack in design sensibilities, they more than make up for in sincerity, loyalty and enthusiasm. Great people; real music fans.
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Whore alert. Our band is on the latest installment of this, but there are some pretty good jams in the rest of the broadcast as always...

Aural Innovations Space Rock Radio:
http://aural-innovations.com/radio/playlist.html

cheers for the link Savage Clone i'll give it a listen later, there are a lot of good sets here:

Radio WNE
http://www.radiowne.org/-archives-
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Broadcast - Guest DJ's on Johnny Trunk's show on Resonance FM:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/svpfb3
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tune in to my FM and online radio shows . more info here...
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4 Radio, New Music Download
SHOW 4

This week on New Music Download we have listened to hundreds of records to bring you the best in Techno, blue grass, dub step, drum n bass, metal to name but a few musical genres. We also have Pre in Session.

Pre are a London based band made up of Akiko 'exceedingly good keex' Matsuura (Vox), J. Art Webb (Guitar and vocals), Kevin Hendrix (Bass and vocals), Matthew P. Warburton (Bass) and Richard P. Bennett (Drums).

The band have an LP out on Love Pump United Records called 'Epic Fits' and also a split 7 inch with Aids Wolf out on Skin Graft Records. The band are playing a load of American dates in April, so if you're a stateside listener, check out their myspace for more details.

Also check out the bass player Kevin's fantastic record label Tome - he's got some nice music from Sleeping States and Foot Village to name but a few.

But before you check out any of those... listen to Show 4 of NMD!

http://www.channel4.com/music/newmus...atestshow.html
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TRACKLISTINGS - Show 4 - 28th February 2008

Hands on Heads - 'Romantic Aorta' (Upset They Rhythm)
Pre - 'White Castles' (Channel 4 Session)
Lucio Aquilina - 'Disco Bus' (Roland M Dill Remix) (Trapez Ltd)
Jack Rose - 'Bells' (Beautiful Happiness)
Pre - 'Fuk is Fun' (Channel 4 Session)
Pre - 'Dude Fuck' (Channel 4 Session)
DJ Shy/ Itch Robot - 'Raw' (After Dark Productions)
Sleeping States - 'Rivers' (Tome)
Genghis Tron - 'Board Up The House' (Relapse)
Current Value - 'Dark Rain' (Intransigent)
Pre - 'New John West' (Channel 4 Session)
Pre - 'Dweller' (Channel 4 Session)
Dirtbombs - 'La Fin Du Monde' (In The Red)
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4 Radio, New Music Download
http://www.channel4.com/music/newmus...oad/index.html

SHOW 5

Greetings NMD’ers! Welcome along to show number 5. As you’d expect, we have a host of brand new tunes to wrap your ears around and we also have a momentous live mix from Drum and Bass setup ‘Current Value’.

Current Value is also known as Tim Eliot. He hails from Berlin and boasts a carnal knowledge of all things beats. Following a sound grounding in classical piano, Tim has developed into something of a drum and bass maestro and is signed to a whole host of labels including Freak Recordings, Soothsayer, <A href="http://www.myspace.com/techitch">Tech Itch and
Evol Intent. He’s graced us with a 20 minute mix, so make sure you have a listen! You can find out more about Current Value here.

We’re also sending out get well wishes to producer Hermeet, who is currently residing in his bed with a gargantuan sick virus of some sort. Don’t worry though, we’ll make sure that as soon as he can put earphone to ear he’ll be back to scouring the earth for the best new music he can find.

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TRACKLISTINGS - Show 5 - 13th March 2008

Drumcorps - 'Down' (Cock Rock Disco)
Beenie Man - 'Memoriez (Cottie Remix) (White Label)
2 Hot 2 Sweat - 'Your Space Or Mine' (NR1)
Autechre - 'Plyphon' (Warp)
Rolo Tomassi - 'Beat Rotter' (Holy ROAR Records)
The Accidental - 'Brave New (Benge Mix)' (Static Caravan)
usedtobecool - 'Limo Powered By Bitch Juice' (Bitcrusher Records)
Mohsen Namjoo - 'Begoo Begoo (Heavy Remix)' (White Label)
Health - 'Heaven' (Lovepump United)

Exclusive mix by Current Value
Current Value - 'DARK RAIN' (intransigent)
Limewax - 'ONE OF THEM - (Current Value - RMX) (lost soul)
Current Value - 'MECHANISM' (Future Sickness)
Donny - 'SYMPTOMLESS COMA (Current Value RMX)' (barcode)
Current Value - 'GREY STEEL' (Freak)
Current Value - 'tba' (tba)
Current Value 'CYBERNETICS VIP' (barcode)
Current Value & Raiden - 'RM BLEEBS' (offkey)
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SHOW 6

http://www.channel4.com/music/newmus...oad/index.html

Have we got a heavy show for you! This week’s session come from the fantastic mentalist Drumcorps who’s real name is Aaron Spectre. At 16 Aaron was a drummer for various hardcore bands in Massachusetts and at 19 he moved to New York and started DJing Jungle, Drum n Bass and Ambient music. At 23 he left the States to set up home in Berlin and at 24 he turned into Drumcorps. If you like music by Converge, Genghis Tron or Soundmurderer you’ll like Drumcorps and if you’ve never heard of the aforementioned, we reckon you’ll still like Drumcorps!

He has an album out on Cock Rock Disco/ Ad Noiseum called 'Grist' which came out last year.

Here for you watching pleasure are a couple of good links to videos of Drumcorps on YouTube.

live in japan
live in tel aviv (HD, full set)

More Drumcorps:

www.drumcorps.cc
www.myspace.com/drumc0rps




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TRACKLISTINGS - Show 6 - 27th March 2008

Germlin – “Bill Wells Eagle” (Addadat)
Born Ruffians – “Badonkadonkey” (Warp)
Stitch – “Guilt Free” (BadSekta Label)
The Fourers – “All Grown Up” (Unsigned)
Trigger The Bloodshed – “Laceration” (Rising Records)
Peter & The Wolf – “The Highway” (Whiskey & Apples Records)

Drumcorps in da Mix Exclusively for NMD on Channel 4 Radio
Animosity vs. Drumcorps - Tooth Grinder - (forthcoming on ManAlive)
Drumcorps - Grist - (Ad Noiseam)
Drumcorps - Violent Coast (unreleased)
Genghis Tron - Relief (Drumcorps remix) - (forthcoming)

The Black Twig Pickers – “Crossing The James” (VHF Records)
The Apples – “The Bell Step” (Freestyle Records)
Untold – “Kingdom” (Hessie Audio)
Gay Against You – “Niels Bohr” (Addadat)
Kurt Vile – “Breathin Out” (Gulcher Records)
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