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June 5, 2011
Find a comfortable place to sit. This is going to take a while.
  • FELDMAN FEST.  I’m volunteering next Saturday. Maybe you’ll see me. Maybe not. I’m excited.
  • Missy Mazzoli should be thrilled that her music was described to sound like the beginning of Beethoven 9. There are few better compliments. Wait, that wasn’t a compliment?
  • One of my favorite albums only made 607 on Lucid Culture’s top 1000 list. I expect good things for the next 600 entries.
  • Speaking of favorite albums, Okkyung Lee has followed up her Tzadik release Nihm with Noisy Love Songs, which is now Amazon Wishlisted. Here’s a Village Voice blog interview with her.
  • Open call for radio works!
  • Createquity has been knocking the ball out of the park. First was an article laying out why eliminating the Kansas Arts Commission is terrible financially for the state. Then, he explained how microscopic the pie slice arts funding is in the federal budget. Politics over governing is disturbing.
  • I love Todd Reynold’s new record Outerborough more and more with each listen. This video is just icing on top of icing.
  • Very cool rhythm generator using euclidian rhythms.
  • Daniel Wolf on why orchestras (corporations) die, but music ecosystems always grow. Less music related, Daniel Wolf on a philosophy based on Repo Man.
  • Trombone Shock Wave. I’m so proud. Very proud. Like peacock.
  • Martin Bresnick’s Opinionator about his time in Prague is wonderful.
  • Finally, music that only plays in a specific space and reacts to your location in that space. Super Cool.
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