Episode #3365

Jason Noble, In Memoriam

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Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Guitarist/bassist Jason Noble, a quiet pioneer in the style of "post-rock," passed away last week.  He was 40 years old.  On this New Sounds, hear some of his work with bands like Rachel's and the Young Scamels. Also, there's other "post-rock" music from bands like Tortoise, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Clogs, and more.

PROGRAM #3365, Post-rock (8/14/2012)                                                        







A French Galleasse [6:15]

Quarterstick #117


A Lazarus Taxon

Restless Waters [3:42]

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Rachel’s / Matmos

Full on Night

Full on Night (Recension Mix), excerpt [3:52]

Quarterstick Records – QS69CD

Godspeed You! Black Emperor

Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas to Heaven

Storm, excerpt [12:10]

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Mogwai / Kronos Quartet

The Fountain

Clint Mansell: Death is the Road to Awe [8:26]

Nonesuch 79901

Kaki King


Cargo Cult, excerpt [1:00]

Velour Music
Due out Oct. 9, 2012


The Creatures in the Garden of Lady Walton

I used to do [4:35]

Brassland HWY 021

The Young Scamels


A Solemn Air [5:20]

FT 74

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Comments [1]

Joe from NJ

Thanks for this one John! Great big fan of Jason Noble's work and all of the phenomenal post-rock to grow out of it. Loved the playlist, but wished this particular mix could have been 10x longer!


Aug. 15 2012 12:06 AM

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