Episode #2065

Program #2065

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Sunday, June 27, 2004

On this edition of New Sounds, we take a further look at DJ Spooky's Optometry, a disc that has been proclaimed an instant classic by many critics. This sprawling sonic essay, which merges DJ culture seamlessly with jazz, ambient, and other styles, is called by its creator "jazz for the genre splice generation." Along with laptop and turntables, DJ Spooky is joined by pianist Matthew Shipp and violinist Daniel Bernard Roumain, among other guest musicians. We also hear works by Richard Lainhart, Steve Roach & Jeff Fayman, and Amnon Wolman.

PROGRAM # 2065, electroacoustic music (First aired on Thurs, 8/29/02)





Illy B Eats

Drop The Needle

Out of Your Mind, excerpt [1:30]

Amulet #008**

DJ Spooky that subliminal kid


Variation Cybernetique: Rhythmic Pataphysic I [4:30]
Sequentia Absentia (Dialectical Triangulation I) [6:00]
Rosemary [4:00]
Variation Cybernetique: Rhythmic Pataphysic II [2:30]

Thirsty Ear #57121** *

Steve Roach & Jeff Fayman (with Robert Fripp)

Trance Spirits

In The Same Deep Water [11:30]

Projekt #135. or

Amnon Wolman

Dangerous Bends

No Stopping Any Time [13:00]

Cycling 74 #c74-003.

Richard Lainhart

Ten Thousand Shades of Blue

Staring At The Moon [7:30]

XI #115. ** or

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