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January 25, 2012

I know I said I’d be cross posting things here and at http://www.lownote.net for a while, but I apparently was lying. So make sure you point your browsers, update your RSS feeds, and all that and join me over at my new site

(New time on the air is 4-5pm Saturdays!)

Radio! 12/3/2011 2-4 pm

December 3, 2011

I’m filling in for the wonderful Corey Goldberg today starting at 2pm. The playlist will be up at lownote.net and you can listen in at wrsu.org. Expect some awesome music and some rusty mic breaks.

 

Play List 11/10/2011 1-3pm

November 10, 2011

Florent Ghys – Coma Carus – Baroque Tardif

Meredith Monk – Travel Dream Song – Atlas
Clark, Annie – Proven Badlands – ymusic
Plaid – At Last – Scintilli

Tom Waits – Raised Right Men – Bad As Me
Strange Things Done in the Midnight Sun – The Killing Wall – Untitled EP
Wilco – Capitol City – The Whole Love

Mogwai – Hunted By A Freak – Government Commissions: 1996-2003
Gill, Jeremy – Book of Hours: Vespers – Peter Orth
Gosfield, Annie – Brooklyn, October 5, 1941 – Lisa Moore

Twining, Toby – The Book – Eurydice
Mike Patton – Orgy in Reverb (10 Kilometers of Lust) – Adult Themes for Voice
Negativland – The Perfect Cut (11 minutes) – Helter Stupid

Muhly, Nico – A Good Understanding – LA Master Chorale, Grant Gershon cond
moha! – flisespikking/lyd med tenner/mjol di eiga kake
Fat Eyes – Overdose – Invasion of the Mysteron Killer Sounds

Paul Muller – Dark Sunset – Dark Sunset
Donatoni, Franco – Arpege – Sentieri Selvaggi

Faure, Gabriel – Adieu – Susanna Phillips, Myra Huang

Doors changing positions

November 5, 2011

In the last few months, this site has been extremely unevenly updated despite my best intentions. Various things have been stealing my attention: Beta Test is a needy child, but our Fall program was a lot of fun. There’s also been two power outages at home totaling over a week of darkness that really ends up messing with productivity.

Also, I’m starting a job soon. Starting Tuesday I’ll be back in the classroom teaching the munchkins music. It’s going to get my hands dirty again and interact with music in this way again (after over a year of not). The only casualty in this life change (I hope), is the radio show. It’s not really possible to host a radio show in New Brunswick while teaching somewhere else, so at least until the new schedule is set at the station, there won’t be any shows after this Thursday (11/10). It’s kind of crazy this will be my first time without a regular weekly spot on WRSU since early 2005. To cope, I’ll probably be pushing music on people on twitter and Google Plus.

Also, I’ll soon be moving this site over to my new home, lownote.net.  If you’re really interested, you can watch the ugly progress I make on the site as it goes, but it won’t be ‘live’ for a little while. I plan to pick at it slowly while balancing the rest of my life. Once it’s live, I plan to host streams of my shows for people to listen to as well as a lot more stuff about my own music making and educating. I think it’ll all be decipherable.

Anyways, definitely tune in this week because I won’t be pulling any punches. Also, if you didn’t read anything else I’ve written lately, make sure you head out to see Perfect Lives Manhattan tomorrow. And don’t forget the time change! I’ll be there unless this cold (I got from living without electricity for almost a week, whine whine) is still beating me up.

Oh, and hey, here’s a video from Beta Test’s Monsters program. It’s the piece I wrote for it, and you can thank my Mother for the cinematography.

Interview with Dave Ruder, Paul Pinto, and Jeffrey Young

November 3, 2011

This was a blast of a show, so find yourselves 100 minutes and give it a listen. More Information about Perfect Lives, ThingNY, Dave Ruder, Paul Pinto, and Jeffrey Young.

Show 11/3/11 1-3pm

November 3, 2011

Hey, I have no power thanks to snow-tober, but I’m right now this very second playing an interview with Dave Ruder, Paul Pinto, and Jeffrey Young talking about Varispeed’s upcoming Perfect Lives (Sunday 11/6 Washington square park 11am), and more!

Tune in at http://www.wrsu.org

Play List 10/27/2011 1-3pm

October 27, 2011

Gosfield, Annie – Lightning Slingers and Dead Ringers: III – Lisa Moore
Adams, John C -American Beserk – Heidi Louise Williams
Bresnick, Martin – Caprichos Enfaticos: Strange Devotion – Lisa Moore, So Percussion

Worden, Shara  – A Paper, a Pen, a Note to a Friend – ymusic
St. Vincent – Surgeon – Strange Mercy
Beirut – Port of Call – Riptide

Mackey, Steve – It Is Time: Drums – So Percussion
Computer Paul – World Talk – Invasion of the Mysteron Killer Sounds
Slow/Fast – Kleine Helmet – It Would Be Easier If

Mogwai – Does this Always Happen? – Earth Division
Nico Muhly – Music Under Pressure 2 – I Drink the Air Before Me
Paul Muller – Super Moon Rising – Dark Sunset

Wagner, Melinda – Four Settings: Dickinson – Christine Brandes, Laura Gilbert, Alan Kay, Curtis Macomber, Richard O’Neill, Fred Sherry, John Feeney, Stephen Gosling
itsnotyouitsme – little wish – everybody’s pain is magnificent
Beethoven, L – String Quartet No. 1: I – Budapest String Quartet

Wilco – Sunloathe – The Whole Love
Dave Douglas – Frontier Justice – Orange Afternoons
Florent Ghys – Coma Carus – Baroque Tardif

Feldman, Morty – Trio (intro…?) – Marc Sabat, Rohan de Saram, Aki Takahashi

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