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Episode #3389

Musical Delay Tactics

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Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Hear music made with tape loops, digital loops, and/or digital delay on this New Sounds show, with works from Ingram Marshall & Moby, along with a dreamy guitarscape from Evan Caminiti.  Caminiti, who is also one half of twang flecked drone duo Barn Owl, reins in the twang and ominously increases drone on his most recent effort, “Dreamless Sleep.” 

In the same mostly instrumental vein, there’s also music by Jónsi & Alex from their book / recording “Riceboy Sleeps.”  Jónsi's distinctive vocals are more regularly heard fronting the Icelandic band Sigur Rós, whose frequent collaborators, the string players of Amiina, also figure on the “Riceboy Sleeps” project, although the strings are digitally remixed and manipulated.  That, and more.

PROGRAM #3389, Musical Delay Tactics (First aired 10/18/2012)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Fripp & Eno

The Essential Fripp & Eno

Wind on Water, excerpt [2:10]

Caroline #1886
Available at Amazon.com

Jónsi & Alex

Riceboy Sleeps

Boy 1904 [5:03]

XL 447
www.xlrecordings.com
www.riceboysleeps.com

Moby

Wait for Me

A Seated Night [3:23]

MUTE
mute.com
mute.hasawebstore.com

Jefre Cantu-Ledesma

Visiting This World

Visiting This World [4:32]

shiningskullstudio.bandcamp.com

Evan Caminiti

Dreamless Sleep

Fading Dawn [4:19]

Thrill Jockey Thrill 311
www.thrilljockey.com

Ingram Marshall, feat. Libby Van Cleve

Dark Waters

Dark Waters [17:11]

New Albion #112
www.arkivmusic.com

Fripp & Eno

The Essential Fripp & Eno

Wind on Water, excerpt [1:00]

See above.

Anduin (Jonathan Lee)

Stolen Years

I Come From Mockingbird States [4:42]

SMTG Limited smtgltd.bigcartel.com  OR download from Emusic.com or boomkat.com

Jónsi & Alex

Riceboy Sleeps

Daniell In The Sea [7:10]

See above.

 

John Cage: City Circus, Program VII

 For this, the seventh edition of the John Cage: City Circus programs, hear the final radio appearance with John Cage, from July of 1992, just a few weeks before his death.  (This aired originally on the daily music performance show, Around New York.)  In this interview, Cage talks about the connection that his music shares with Erik Satie’s, and pianist Michael Torre performs live in the studio. 

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