Episode #3097

Members Only: So Percussion

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Saturday, November 10, 2012

Listen to some music featuring the members of So Percussion on this New Sounds, including Jason Treuting's "Oblique music for 4 plus (blank)," recorded live by the Orchestra of the League of Composers at Miller Theater.

We'll also sample from the brand new record, "Treasure State," by Baltimore experimental-electronic duo Matmos and the playfully eccentric quartet of instrument builders and beaters, So Percussion. According to Brand X, it's a "grimy and gorgeous, orderly cacophony of minimalist electronica." All that, and more.

PROGRAM #3097, So Percussion (Members Of), and On Fillmore (First aired on Fri. 7/16/10)                                             





So Percussion

Live from Miller Theatre, (June 7, 2010)

Jason Treuting: oblique music for 4 plus (blank) [11:45]

This recording not commercially available.


Unpacking the Trailer

Ghostwalk [6:56]

New Amsterdam Records 015 www.newamsterdam

So Percussion & Matmos

Treasure State

Water [7:00]

Cantaloupe Music 21065

On Fillmore

Live, WNYC 7/15/2010

Daydreaming So Early [12:13]

This recording not commercially available, but the studio version appears on the record, “Extended Vacation” on Dead Oceans

So Percussion & Matmos

Treasure State

Aluminum [7:03]

See above.

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Comments [1]

marie-louise ericsen from white plains, ny

Hi there,
The music is fabulous tonight, thank you so much!
Can you please tell me who did the song called
'water' I think you said that Dave Douglas played
on Trumpet ? It played around 12:38 a.m or so
on Saturday, Novemeber 11th
(everytime I look at the date, it reminds me of how the GOP stressed
us all and how much lighter we are feeling now and able to enjoy our weekend without that heavy weight on us) Anyhow,
My husband and I loved it and would like to
find a copy.
Thanks again

Nov. 11 2012 12:49 AM

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