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