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Episode #3409

Where We Live

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Tuesday, December 18, 2012

For this New Sounds, listen to music from the band itsnotyouitsme, where Grey McMurray is the guitar-playing half and Caleb Burhans is the violin-playing half.  Hear them as that duo, and separately with some of their other projects.  One of these is a collaborative work between So Percussion and Grey McMurray called “Where (we) Live.” This series of songs is about each members' personal homes, the artistic home when they join forces, and then a questioning of all these homes by purposefully inviting the unknown to “come on over.”

There’s also music by Caleb Burhans with the vocal group Roomful of Teeth and their work “No.”  Later, hear the combination of Scottish and Indonesian influences in music by Matthew Welch and Blarvuster. Plus, there’s music from the German band Brandt Bauer Frick Ensemble, who recreate Electronic Dance Music (EDM) with only acoustic instruments, and more.

 

PROGRAM #3409, Where We Live  (First aired on 12/18/2012)                                 

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Itsnotyouitsme

everybody's pain is magnificent

The Ghosts Among Us [8:27]

New Amsterdam 033
www.newamsterdamrecords.com

So Percussion & Grey McMurray

Where (we) Live

This Place the Place [3:06]
Strangers All Along [5:09]

Cantaloupe Music CA 21087
www.cantaloupemusic.com

Roomful of Teeth

Roomful of Teeth

Burhans: No [6:43]

New Amsterdam NWAM 041
roomfulofteeth.org

Matthew Welch

Blarvuster

Canntaireachd Masolah I [6:23]

Tzadik 8077
www.tzadik.com

Brandt Brauer Frick Ensemble

Mr. Machine

A 606 'n' Rock 'n' Roll [7:48]

K7 286
www.phonicarecords.com

Daniel Figgis

Skipper

Glimmerer [4:52]

Black Burst #005, distr. by Rough Trade www.roughtrade
records.com
Info at www.danielfiggis.com

Itsnotyouitsme

everybody's pain is magnificent

Old friends lost relatives [2:43]

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