kent williams | 2 Jun 18:52 2011
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New Phoenecia

Pretty Nice.  Available now for download purchase -- I assume CDs and
Vinyl will come round eventually.
http://phoenecia.bandcamp.com/
iteration zero | 2 Jun 20:53 2011
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VDQ

Just got done listening to the Vladislav Delay Quartet album. It's
like Sunn O))) goes electronic, and I mean that in the best way.

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INki Druifty Cassetta . | 3 Jun 00:41 2011
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CLICK like check this out new sounds


http://www.facebook.com/pages/Data-Shit/190008097706579 		 	   		  
Alan Keefe | 3 Jun 02:36 2011
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Lisitng


NHKyx
- aka Kouhei Matsunaga (Raster Noton/Skam)

The Wyrding Module
-aka Dr Dereck F, Team Doyobi (Icasea/Skam)

Skeksi, 
-aka Mortal and Chemist member (Icasea/33)

Kayaka, 

More tbc

NHKyx
 is the solo project of Kouhei Matsunaga, one half of the deadly 
Japanese production duo NHK who have released material through Raster 
Noton and Important records. Having released his debut album on Mille 
Plateaux back in 1998, Matsunaga has since collaborated with Merzbow 
and, more recently, with Mika Vainio and Autechre's Sean Booth.  His 
latest release on Skam demonstrates his ability to offer up cerebral 
sounds that take cues from electro, techno, dub and noise whilst never 
failing to shake your ass.  This is one of only two UK dates on Kouhei’s
 current European tour. 

http://www.nhkweb.info/
http://www.ffss.info/kouhei/main.htm
http://www.raster-noton.net/
http://www.skam.co.uk/

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Richard Hester | 3 Jun 08:21 2011
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The Wild Kingdom Pulls Up Stakes and Moves (Radio Show)

The Wild Kingdom is now in a new time slot, Fridays, 10P-2A PDST (GMT-8) 
on KFJC-FM, 89.7, Los Alto Hills, CA ( www.kfjc.org ). It's nice to have 
my weekend back again after 5 years, and hey, I have an extra hour of 
show to play with,. I'm doing a feature I'll call for the time being the 
"DJ of the Month Club", featuring a monthly set from a world-class DJ. I 
figured I would start the feature with some class, so tomorrow, I'm 
kicking off the Club with the venerable Mix-Up set from Derrick May. My 
regular set will feature tunes from Area 9 (Sheffield rules!), 
Aardvarck, Silicon/Tizoc, someone from the Beta Bodega posse, Walker, 
Urban Tribe, Shed, D'Arcangelo, and others.

The set list for the second half of my "Steel City Techno" special that 
aired last Friday is is at http://www.kfjc.org/music/playlist.php?i=37987 .

Limited time archives for all shows on KFJC  are available at 
http://www.kfjc.org/broadcast_archives/ . These are "rolling archives", 
available for two weeks after any given show. My shows are listed under 
"Goodwrench". Send comments and suggestions to info <at> kfjc.org .

"The Wild Kingdom" airs on KFJC-FM 89.7, Friday Night/Saturday Morning, 
10P-2A (6A-10A GMT). Potential listeners outside the San Francisco Bay 
area can find a webcast at http://www.kfjc.org/netcast/index.php . 
Present and past Wild Kingdom playlists are also archived at kfjc.org. 
You can also check out archived playlists from my first KFJC show "Just 
Desserts" that was on Fridays 10P-2A from 1992 through 1999  (Deja Vu, 
huh?). Archived playlists exist for that show starting from Fall 1995 to 
New Year's Eve 1999/2000, so you can see what what I'm up to these days 
is pretty much consistent with what I was up to all along.

If you do tune in (especially via the web), please take a little time to 
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Richard Hester | 3 Jun 08:32 2011
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Re: The Wild Kingdom Pulls Up Stakes and Moves (Radio Show)


Ahem, the Sheffield music special playlist is actually at 
http://www.kfjc.org/music/playlist.php?i=38161 if you're interested. 
Sorry for the confusion.

Richard Hester wrote:
> The Wild Kingdom is now in a new time slot, Fridays, 10P-2A PDST 
> (GMT-8) on KFJC-FM, 89.7, Los Alto Hills, CA ( www.kfjc.org ). It's 
> nice to have my weekend back again after 5 years, and hey, I have an 
> extra hour of show to play with,. I'm doing a feature I'll call for 
> the time being the "DJ of the Month Club", featuring a monthly set 
> from a world-class DJ. I figured I would start the feature with some 
> class, so tomorrow, I'm kicking off the Club with the venerable Mix-Up 
> set from Derrick May. My regular set will feature tunes from Area 9 
> (Sheffield rules!), Aardvarck, Silicon/Tizoc, someone from the Beta 
> Bodega posse, Walker, Urban Tribe, Shed, D'Arcangelo, and others.
>
> The set list for the second half of my "Steel City Techno" special 
> that aired last Friday is is at 
> http://www.kfjc.org/music/playlist.php?i=37987 .
>
> Limited time archives for all shows on KFJC  are available at 
> http://www.kfjc.org/broadcast_archives/ . These are "rolling 
> archives", available for two weeks after any given show. My shows are 
> listed under "Goodwrench". Send comments and suggestions to 
> info <at> kfjc.org .
>
> "The Wild Kingdom" airs on KFJC-FM 89.7, Friday Night/Saturday 
> Morning, 10P-2A (6A-10A GMT). Potential listeners outside the San 
> Francisco Bay area can find a webcast at 
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wownflutter | 4 Jun 02:15 2011
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Who does these vocals? (Late on Immerse records)

Late - Never Forgive / Dreams Are 

I can't find any information out there.

Thanks

wnf
dj fishead | 4 Jun 11:10 2011
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fishead - MEME festival promo mix


http://soundcloud.com/dj-fishead/ckuw-final-norm

put this together mix together for a radio show - it's promo for the MEME festival - http://www.memetic.ca -
that takes place in a few weeks.

mixed on three decks using only the original vinyl... I rarely post stuff to here, as a lot of my selections
tend to ignore any notion of sticking to any particular genre... but figured this one has enough
IDM-related content to interest some of you...

tracklisting...

Artist - title [label]

Nurse With Wound - I was no longer his dominant [united dairies]
Tim Hecker - the piano drop [kranky]
Demdike Stare - forest of evil (dawn) [modern love]
Basic Channel - quadrant dub II [basic channel]
Plastikman - consume [minus]
Throbbing Gristle - persuasion (motor rmx) [mute]
I-F - south pacific [rephlex]
Valium - deepfrozen technology [international deejay gigolo]
AFX - crying in your face [rephlex]
Kode 9 - ping [rephlex]
Gescom - chunga (rmx) [skam]
AFX - AB4-scream track [rephlex]
Polygon Window - quoth [warp]
Split Horizon - trees-our tribute to despair [void tactical media]
Abelcain - aguirre: der zorn gottes [low res]
R-Zac-23 - zero (nuttin' in m' ed) [drop bass network]
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Chris Taylor | 4 Jun 19:26 2011
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Re: fishead - MEME festival promo mix

thats a tracklist i can get behind. i've enjoyed yr mixes in the past. on the DL

On Sat, Jun 4, 2011 at 2:10 AM, dj fishead <fishead666 <at> hotmail.com> wrote:
>
> http://soundcloud.com/dj-fishead/ckuw-final-norm
>
> put this together mix together for a radio show - it's promo for the MEME festival - http://www.memetic.ca
- that takes place in a few weeks.
>
> mixed on three decks using only the original vinyl... I rarely post stuff to here, as a lot of my selections
tend to ignore any notion of sticking to any particular genre... but figured this one has enough
IDM-related content to interest some of you...
>
> tracklisting...
>
> Artist - title [label]
>
> Nurse With Wound - I was no longer his dominant [united dairies]
> Tim Hecker - the piano drop [kranky]
> Demdike Stare - forest of evil (dawn) [modern love]
> Basic Channel - quadrant dub II [basic channel]
> Plastikman - consume [minus]
> Throbbing Gristle - persuasion (motor rmx) [mute]
> I-F - south pacific [rephlex]
> Valium - deepfrozen technology [international deejay gigolo]
> AFX - crying in your face [rephlex]
> Kode 9 - ping [rephlex]
> Gescom - chunga (rmx) [skam]
> AFX - AB4-scream track [rephlex]
> Polygon Window - quoth [warp]
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Radio Web MACBA | 6 Jun 16:50 2011
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Transcript of TV ON THE RADIO #2 (a podcast by Kenneth Goldsmith) now available as a PDF

*Transcript of TV ON THE RADIO #2 (a podcast by Kenneth Goldsmith) now
available as a PDF*

Transcript:http://rwm.macba.cat/uploads/specials/TVontheradio2_script_eng.pdf
Link: http://rwm.macba.cat/en/specials?id_capsula=813
MP3: http://rwm.macba.cat/uploads/specials/TVontheradio2.mp3
Related info: http://rwm.macba.cat/uploads/20110314/TVontheradio2_eng.pdf

This is the second podcast that accompanies MACBA's exhibition "Are You
Ready for TV?" In the Museum, you can see what happens when the aesthetic of
visual artists collides with the world of television. The results are
anything but what you'd expect to see on TV, full of surrealistic
interventions and disruptions. Or when artists work on television, there is
often an embedded critique of the medium, something that questions the very
essence of what our eyeballs are glued to every night. As curator Chus
Martínez writes about this show: 'This is not an exhibition about
television, but one conceived from the place of television. Its aim: to
study how the diverse ways of grasping images and the life of concepts
contribute to tracing the horizon of our cultural present.'

In our first podcast, we examined what happened when audio artists used the
sounds of television as a source for the audio works. The results –
demonstrated to us by everyone from John Cage to the Evolution Control
Committee – were rich and varied. For this podcast, we actually listen to
the soundtracks from the videos in the show themselves. In essence, we treat
the visual works as if they're audio and see what happens. In most cases, we
discover that the sounds emanating from the visual works can stand on their
own as great listening experiences. In other works, the visuals and sounds
are deliberately 'uninteresting,' tending to highlight the mundane or the
insignificant experiences of life, which of course, are equally rich in an
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