Friday, December 7, 2007


This week we paid homage to the most important German composer since Beethoven, Karlheinz Stockhausen, who passed away today at the age of 79, by playing music that radically defied his aesthetics: minamlism.
1. "Two Gongs" - Rhys Chatham
2. "In C" - Terry Riley

Tuesday, December 4, 2007

Music for Electronics

This weeks show covered music for predominantly electronic based instruments. The label, as usual, is vague and eclectic. Enjoy!

"Totally Stoked (On You)" - Yacht
"Solex in a Slipshod Style" - Solex
"Williams Mix" - John Cage
"Headphonics 0/0" - Ryoji Ikeda
"Headphonics 0/1" - Ryoji Ikeda
"Headphonics 1/1" - Ryoji Ikeda
"Kontakte" (excerpt) - Karlheinz Stockhausen
"Rock and Roll F/Dagha" - Edan
"Sea Grasses and Blue Seas" - Greg Davis/Sebastien Roux
"I Am Waiting (For December)" - Greg Davis/Sebastien Roux
"A Little Longing Goes Away" - The Books
"Be Good to Them Always" - The Books
"One Through Seven" - Dosh
"Poem Electronique" - Edgard Varese
"Aquarius" - Boards Of Canada
"Buzz Saw" - Xiu Xiu
"Pendulum Music" - Steve Reich
"Eutow" - Autechre
"Music On a Long Thin Wire" - Alvin Lucier
"Sliced and Diced" - Christian Marclay/Otomo Yoshihide
"A Fraction of Crouching" - Quinoline Yellow
"True Affection" - The Blow

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

"Post Thanksgiving"

Above: the DJ's discussing the nature of free form improvisation in the context of streaming digital media.
We were faced with many technical difficulties during our Thanksgiving show covering "post-tonal" music. As a result, we decided to improvise a piece with whatever the station had to offer, namely two microphones and a bass drum with some sharpies. We promise to upload the "post-tonal" music soon, but until then here is something to keep you happy:

Monday, November 19, 2007

Noise Rock

This weeks theme: noise rock. Unfortunately due to some technically difficulties, this week's show has been split into two files cutting right into the Sun O))) track. So please be sure to download both parts of the show.

Part 1:

Part 2:

1) "Spit Tastes Like Metal" - AIDS Wolf
2) "Ending of an Old Regime" - AIDS Wolf VS Athletic Automation
3) "Prayer to God" - Shellac
4) "Corpse Pose" - Unwound
5) "Shield Your Eyes, A Beast in the Well on Your Hand" - Melt Banana
6) "13 Monsters" - Lightning Bolt
7) "CandleGoat" - Sunn O)))
8) "Really Suck" - Pussy Galore
9) "The Last Trumpeter Swan" - Deerhoof
10)"Girl Attorney" - Health
11)"Triceratops" - Health
12)"Marathon" - Erase Eratta
13)"Power of Independent Trucking" - Big Black
14)"N. Animals" - Deerhunter
15)"Bo Go" - Boredoms
16)"Confusion Is Next" - Sonic Youth
17)"Every Day Is a Child With Teeth" - Liars
18)"Symphony of Treble" - Blonde Redhead
19)"Stabbed in the Face" - Wolf Eyes
20)"Stay Here" - Swans
21)"The Flag" - Royal Trux
22)"You Got Me" - Theoretical Girls
23)"So I Guess We Cant Hang Out" - OCS
24)"Confidence" - The Intelligence
25)"Jennifer Lopez" - Xiu Xiu
26)"Thumper" - The Jesus Lizard
27)"Refulas Fossil" - Ruins
28)"Our Secret" - Beat Happening
29)"Untitled 2" - XBXRX
30)"Sick Machine" - The Chinese Stars

Sunday, November 18, 2007

Performance of Reich's Drumming

As promised, here is a performance of Steve Reich's epic Drumming, as performed by UCSD professor Steven Schick and his students.

Friday, November 9, 2007

Percussive Music

This weeks theme: percussive music.

1)OOIOO - "UMA" 2)Liars - "Be Quiet Mt. Heart Attack!" 3)Liars - "Let's Not Wrestle Mt. Heart Attack" 4)Liars - "A Vist From Drum" 5)Konono No. 1 - "Lufuala Ndonga" 6)31 Knots - "A Half Life In Two Movements" 7)31 Knots - "Darling, I" 7)Die Princess Die - "Check" 8)Arab On Radar - "Birth Control Blues" 9)Einst├╝rzende Neubauten - "Besetzt (Margarethen)" 10)Merzbow - "Sphere, Pt. 1" 11)Steve Reich - "Drumming" 12)Iannis Xenakis - "Pithoprakata" 13)Merzbow - "Promotion Man" 14)Gang Gang Dance - "God's Money V"

Tuesday, November 6, 2007

Firstly Firsts

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