The Rosetta Disk, The Long Now Foundation

Radio Boredcast is archived at WFMU where you can listen to all 744-hours of this online radio project that ran continuously for the Festival month. WFMU is the longest-running freeform radio station in the US. Information about the programme schedule for this day is listed below. The Radio Boredcast archive can be listened to here.

MON 5 MARCH: 12.00AM

NANCY O GRAHAM: SOMNILOQUY CYCLE – DIFFERENT KINDS OF MARKS
Nancy Oarneire Graham creates somniloquies, or recorded sleeptalk, by repetitively reading a short text—whether from a children's story, a work of nonfiction, or her own dreams—until she begins to fall half asleep. In the twilight state between waking and sleeping, known as the hypnagogic state, visions, half-formed thoughts, and stray words begin to interrupt those read from the page, opening a window onto this borderland.

1. COMMA
And what does a comma do, a comma does nothing but make easy a thing that if you like it enough is easy enough without the comma. A long complicated sentence should force itself upon you, make you know yourself knowing it and the comma, well at the most a comma is a poor period that it lets you stop and take a breath but if you want to take a breath you ought to know yourself that you want to take a breath.
—Gertrude Stein, “Poetry and Grammar”

2. FETTERS
Stories are just words. And words are just letters. And letters are just different kinds of marks.
—Crockett Johnson, Magic Beach

3. DUCK TO AVOID BEING CHOPPED
So long as the words keep coming nothing will have changed, there are the old words out again. Utter, there’s nothing else, utter, void yourself of them, here as always, nothing else. But they are failing, true, that’s the change, they are failing, that’s bad, bad.
—Samuel Beckett, “Texts for Nothing 2”

the trees were witness
complete with joys and sorrows
seeing the immensity to measure and that heads are
only wound up once,
bristles waiting to depart or let fall to the ground
in the great limpness of sleep, perhaps dreaming
it's in heaven, alit in heaven.
—Samuel Beckett, "Texts for Nothing"

Nancy Oarneire Graham's somniloquy-based poems and prose have appeared in print and online publications, including BlazeVOX, Café Irreal, Chronogram, Eratio, Invisible City, New Verse News, Pindeldyboz, Prima Materia, Listening in Dreams (by Carol Ione), and Water Writes (edited by Larry Carr). She has performed somniloquies as part of the Deep Listening Institute's Dream Festival in Kingston, New York. Her chapbook, somniloquies, is available from Pudding House Publications. http://ngram.net/


MON 5 MARCH: 1.18AM

NICK THE BARD SINGS – SLAYER – SEASONS IN THE ABYSS: ON KENNY G’S SHOW ON WFMU
http://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/29747


MON 5 MARCH: 2.05AM

DO OR DIY WITH PEOPLE LIKE US: BLATHER – PART 1 – FOR RADIO BOREDCAST
Blather is a 3 part series made specially for Radio Boredcast, taking us on a journey through all the kinds of sounds that the mouth makes, whether that be for artistic, comedy, practical, mind-altering, religious or work reasons. 

DO or DIY is a freeform sound art radio show broadcast weekly by Vicki Bennett (People Like Us) on WFMU. The philosophy behind the show is simple. That within the realms of avant-garde and experimental sound art the goalposts defining "accessible" and "inaccessible" are constantly moving. As the radar rises and dips, fragments and shards of underground creations unearth, and popular culture and artist resonate, shifting shapes accordingly with one another in reflections of changing spotlights. Each show consists of collages made of sound works from the 20th and 21st century, often layered and looped many times over, resulting in an album type effect on each show. http://www.wfmu.org/peoplelikeus

PLAYLIST
Lollipops - Mah Na Mah Na
Christian Bök - Synth Loops
Jaap Blonk and Radboud Mens - Blaf
Audrey Saint-Coeur - Diddlage
John MacDonald - Strathspey
Elisabeth Claire Prophet - Call For Protection
Paul Dutton - M's 'N' M's
The Swingle Singers - Mission Impossible
Hollerin'
Tobacco Auctioneering
YOUR DJ SPEAKS over Percy Faith - Summer Place '76
Henri Chopin - Les Corps Est Une Usine A Son (excerpt)
Paul Dutton - Lips Is
Arrigo Lora Totino - Rumore D'Ombra (1983)
Language Removal Services - From The Static Language Sampler
Language Removal Services - Marilyn Monroe
Colin Anderson - Whistles The First 19 Articles - Basic Law Of The Federal Rebublic Of Germany (1949)
Evil Internet
Yoko Ono - Cough Piece
Ricardo Dal Farra - Due Giorni Dopo
Jörg Piringer - Did
Hallgrímur Valjálmsson - Serenade For Six German Sirens Op.43
The Three Tendons - Girl From Ipanema
The Three Tendons - The Good, The Bad and the Ugly
Space Ghost - Mah Na, Mah Na
Unknown - I'm A Bad Boy
YOUR DJ SPEAKS over Percy Faith - Summer Place '76
Stephan Dillemuth - Erdmusik
Adachi Tomomi Royal Chorus - Yimiko
Bali - The Celebrated Gamelan - Ketjak or Monkey Dance [excerpts]
Huutajat - Land Der Berge
Inuit Throat Singing
Italie, Sardaigne - Chant d'Hommes Tenore
Huun Huur Tu - Chylandyk
Huun Huur Tu - Dadyr-Todur (Sound of a Horse Trotting)
Polyphonic Singing From Sardinia -Gosos Di San Gavino
Princess Ramona - Then I Start To Yodel
YOUR DJ SPEAKS over Percy Faith - Summer Place '76
Barrio Sesamo - Mah Na Mah Na (Sesame Street)


MON 5 MARCH: 3.04AM

OVER THE EDGE: MUSIC IS
MUSIC IS… PART ONE, May 14, 2009

What’s music? After some remote ID housekeeping, we tackle the sticking question of music – what is it? How does it work? How do our ears hear music? How does our brain hear music and why? Skipping and cutting, stealing and manipulating, we mix a couple of recent Negativland pieces on the subject of music, released and unreleased, as well as Industrial Show Music, Patsy Cline falls to pieces, and some old OTE phone karaoke. This all keeps going at a relatively loud and fast pace. http://www.negativland.com/ote/?p=1021

Over the Edge (or, OTE) is a sound collage radio program hosted and produced by Don Joyce. Joyce is also a member of the pioneering sound collage band Negativland, members of which frequently make guest appearances on Over the Edge. A series of Over the Edge episodes have been released under the Negativland name.

Founded in 1981, OTE is broadcast live on KPFA in Berkeley, California, every second, third, and fourth Thursday morning from 12am to 3am. On the rare occasion of a month with a fifth Thursday OTE runs an additional two hours, from 12am to 5am. The show is also available on-line, streamed live from KPFA.org (where you can also podcast the show), or from Negativland.com, where many older episodes are available as well.


MON 5 MARCH: 6.06AM

CHRIS WATSON: SUKAU – PART 1 – FOR RADIO BOREDCAST
Over a period of 5 days whilst in Borneo, I went out into the jungle before sunrise and set up a stereo recording system and left it running - something I never usually do. The results are really good and I have a collection of sunrise tracks in the Sukau rainforest of Sabah in Borneo over successive mornings with a range of bird and other animal sounds as well as the characteristic sounds of tropical rainforest; that is huge amounts of humidity and moisture slowly percolating down from the canopy 40m overhead. (Chris Watson)

Chris Watson is one of the world's leading recorders of wildlife and natural phenomena. In 1971 he was a founding member of the influential Sheffield-based experimental music group Cabaret Voltaire. His sound recording career began in 1981 when he joined Tyne Tees Television. Since then he has developed a particular and passionate interest in recording the wildlife sounds of animals, habitats and atmospheres from around the world. His television work includes Bill Oddie Back in the USA, Springwatch, Autumnwatch and The One Show. http://www.chriswatson.net


MON 5 MARCH: 7.26AM

POREST: MOROCCO, JORDAN, SYRIA, TURKEY, LAOS, THAILAND – FOR RADIO BOREDCAST
Don’t be put off by this obvious title. Instead, be loosely transported from west to east – Morocco to Thailand - via sound, music and radio transmissions recorded between the years 1997 & 2010 in the aforementioned locations.

Porest – aka Mark Gergis is a composer, performer, producer and international audio/visual archivist. Under the name Porest, he has released several solo and group efforts incorporating multi-layered music, pop songs, audio collage, field recordings, and surrealistic radio dramas. Gergis was a co-founder of the experimental Bay Area music and performance collective Mono Pause (1993 -2004) and its offshoot Neung Phak, which performs inspired renditions of music from Southeast Asia. Since 2003, with the Sublime Frequencies label, an ethnographic music and film collective out of Seattle, Washington – and more recently, with his own record label – Sham Palace, Mark has found a platform to aptly share decades of research and countless hours of archived international music, film footage and field recordings acquired during extensive travels in the Middle East, South East Asia and elsewhere. Mark has managed and produced Syrian singer Omar Souleyman and his group from Northeastern Syria since 2006. http://www.porestsound.net/home


MON 5 MARCH: 8.59AM

NULA PRESENTS… - FOR RADIO BOREDCAST
55874 consists of an elaborate construction of sound drawn from tracks of the optical sound, as well as ferrous, varieties: heavily treated sound from scratchy old movies, and a collector's recording of steam locomotives.

nula.cc began in 2009 as a series of filecasts emanating from an online presence. The aim of the project has been left somewhat vague, which serves a twofold purpose: to allow for free experimentation with the understanding that outcomes are necessarily unpredictable; and, to let the online collection and the works it contains speak for themselves as much as possible.

As it turns out, a substantial number of the nula filecasts are audio works (though video and other media also appear in the collection). Many of these audio works are "slow" in the sense that they unfold gradually (if at all) or set an atmospheric tone that runs for an extended time. This, too, serves a dual purpose: it allows for a kind of "deep" listening (if you're into that); and it also allows the work to be used atmospherically as a backdrop to other experiences.I  have assembled several sequences, each combining sound from two or three of the filecasts, sometimes substantially altered from the versions that appear at nula.cc. i have tried to make each sequence work as a cohesive whole. I invite listeners to visit nula.cc and explore there for further works of this kind.

Lloyd Dunn, Prague, 2011, http://nula.cc/

MON 5 MARCH: 9.31AM

KBZ200: THE EXOTIC TRILOGY
The KBZ 200 presents 18-hour performances where different cover versions of three exotic songs (Taboo, Caravan, and Quiet Village) are repeated endlessly, both from mouldy vinyl presentations and from live musical performances and re-enactments. This is set in a tableau of ersatz exoticism manifested by continuous projection of travelog films of exotic locations, processions of large tiki-god heads, pullulating maneouvres of coconut bras oozing sweet nectar, and bread hats flamed during exotic food preparation. This is the mouldy reincarnation of orchid rot, the impacted nectarine vexations of Baghdadianism; an hommage to the performance artist Jack Smith. Collaboration with Gordon W. and Laura Kikauka, Gordon Monahan and members of KB Zed.

Vexations (1893) by Erik Satie was an extremely avant garde work when it was composed. Approximately 50 years later, the concept of 'furniture music' was co-opted by the Muzak Corporation and used as background shopping music. The KB Zed takes 3 songs often heard as shopping music and uses them to create this ersatz exotic tableau that returns the music to its primitive state, causing delirious frenzy amongst listeners subjected to a full 18-hour listening. http://www.gordonmonahan.com/pages/kbz.html


MON 5 MARCH: 10.03AM

DANIELA CASCELLA: 31 DAYS, SLOW AND STILL

31 DAYS READING LE PONT MIRABEAU BY GUILLAUME APOLLINAIRE AT 8.30AM – FOR RADIO BOREDCAST
Le pont Mirabeau is a poem by Guillaume Apollinaire, published in his 1913 collection Alcools. In response to the theme and the structure of As Slow As Possible/Radio Boredcast, I chose to record myself reading Le pont Mirabeau at 8.30 in the morning for 31 days, anticipating and mirroring the duration of the broadcast in a different place and at a different time.

I chose this poem because of its slow flowing against its slowing into stillness – the flow of water, time and words in the stanzas against the circularity of time in the refrain. The adjective ‘slow’ appears still in the third stanza, the same one that contains ‘love’, ‘hope’, ‘violent’. The adjective ‘still’ appears slow in the refrain, as an impossibility. In the original French poem, ‘slow’ rhymes with ‘violent’ and ‘still I stay’ with ‘hours’.

The lack of punctuation throughout the poem calls not only for a flow of words, but also for different rhythms and meanings arising out of each reading. The readings always took place in my office, sometimes as dedicated recordings, sometimes while I was preparing to go out, sometimes while I was reading the paper or checking the news online. I learned the poem by heart, so sometimes the recordings mirror my small hesitations and gaps in recalling the verses. An old phonograph recording of Apollinaire reading the poem (from the Archives de Parole, Collection Phonothèque Nationale - Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris) supported some of the readings.

Daniela Cascella is a writer and curator based in London since 2009. Her research is focused on sound and on the way it seeps into other formats, most of all text. Her most recent projects explore and employ fictional tropes in writing criticism and descriptions of sound in fiction. She has recently finished writing her third book, En abÎme: a narrative across listening, reading and writing-as-landscape, as part of her research in the MFA Art Writing at Goldsmiths College that she completed in 2011. http://www.danielacascella.com


MON 5 MARCH: 10.06AM

OTHER MINDS: ODE TO GRAVITY – AMUCK AMUCK
An appreciation of selected verbal activities. From Dial-A-Prayer and Gertrude Stein to the Ketjak, Harry Partch, the Congo and world champion bowler Don Carter this program is a aural collage of sound poetry, excerpts from literature, ephemeral programs, and televised sound bites. Included is a complete performance of Steve Reich's It's Gonna Rain. (February 24, 1971). http://www.archive.org/details/OTG_1971_02_24
http://www.radiom.org


MON 5 MARCH: 11.01AM

JOHN CAGE AND MORTON FELDMAN IN CONVERSATION: PART 1
At WBAI, NYC (1967)


MON 5 MARCH: 11.41AM

KENNETH KIRSCHNER: 030594
http://www.kennethkirschner.com/


MON 5 MARCH: 12.00PM

THE LONG NOW FOUNDATION: BRIAN ENO – THE LONG NOW
Eno discusses the origins of his realizations about the "small here" versus the "big here" and the "short now" versus the "long now." He noted that the Big Here is pretty well popularized now, with exotic restaurants everywhere, "world" music, globalization, and routine photos of the whole earth. Instant world news and the internet has led to increased empathy worldwide. But empathy in space has not been matched by empathy in time. If anything, empathy for people to come has decreased. We seem trapped in the Short Now. The present generation enjoys the greatest power in history, but it appears to have the shortest vision in history. That combination is lethal.
http://longnow.org/seminars/02003/nov/14/the-long-now/
Courtesy of the Long Now Foundation, http://longnow.org/


MON 5 MARCH: 1.18PM

RADIO BOREDCAST PRESENTS… BORING
Radio Boredcast asked a bunch of young people how they felt about boredom...

Thank you – Valerie, Alisha, Ada, Molly, Eve, Holly, Lila, Lia, Babycall Rechargeable


MON 5 MARCH: 2.04PM

OTHER MINDS: RADIO VISIONS – THE NEW CONSONANCE, 1981
Starting in 1969, Charles Amirkhanian was the first radio producer to broadcast substantial quantities of music by first generation minimalist composers. His early interviews with Steve Reich, John Adams, Paul Dresher, Laurie Anderson, Lou Harrison, and others form the basis of this fascinating exigesis of the sea change in contemporary music brought on by the use of consonant harmonies, steady pulse, and hypnotic repetition.

But what was the historical artistic context that provoked this reaction, and what was the public's level of acceptance these new one-note geniuses? That question and others are explored in this detailed and fascinating look at modern music and the changing nature of the avant-garde over the period 1900 to 1980. Some of the breathtaking claims, like Lou Harrison's assertion that the music of Brahms, composed as it is in equal temperament, "is dreadfully out of tune," caused a scandal at the time and led series host Gunther Schuller to disavow the entire thrust of the program's narrative thread. But from beginning to end, this is definitive 60-minute statement about the West Coast sound in maverick music challenges and informs with rare insight and will keep you glued to your loudspeakers.
Engineer: Lawrence Rock, WFMT Chicago. Host and writer: Charles Amirkhanian
http://www.archive.org/details/RadioVisions
http://www.radiom.org


MON 5 MARCH: 3.03PM

JOHN WYNNE: UPCOUNTRY – FOR RADIO BOREDCAST
Sound artist John Wynne has a PhD from Goldsmiths College, University of London. His award-winning work, which is often research-led, is made for museums, galleries and public spaces, as well as for radio: it ranges from massive installations to delicate sculptural works and from architectural sound drawings to flying radios. Long-term research projects have included working with speakers of endangered languages in Africa and Canada and with heart and lung transplant patients in the UK. For 3 years he had his own programme called Upcountry on ResonanceFM in London, where he "invited Tammy Wynette to have tea with Pierre Henry - in a thunderstorm" (Ed Baxter). He is a Research Fellow at the University of the Arts London, and a core member of the sound arts research centre, CRiSAP. http://www.sensitivebrigade.com/wynne.htm


MON 5 MARCH: 5.03PM

IRENE MOON: LET’S TALK SCIENCE – HUMAN EVOLUTION – PART 1 – FOR RADIO BOREDCAST
Irene uses her entomological and scientific background to connect with individuals from the scientific community; discussing their perception of time on topics they are most intimate and familiar. http://www.begoniasociety.org

Andrea Lucky - The topic of our evolutionary history continues with anther evolutionary biologist from North Carolina State University.  Andrea specializes in Ants and citizen science projects.  Her most recent work has to do with The School of Ants http://schoolofants.org


MON 5 MARCH: 5.28PM

JOHN CAGE: Q&A FROM NORTON LECTURES (1988-89)
Without doubt the most influential American composer of the last half century, John Cage has had an enormous impact not only on music but on art, literature, the performing arts, and aesthetic thought in general. His insistent exploration of "nonintention" and his fruitful merging of Western and Eastern traditions have made him a powerful force in the world of the avant-garde.

There have never been lectures like these: delivered at Harvard in 1988-89 as the Charles Eliot Norton Lectures, they were more like performances, as the audience heard them. Cage calls them "mesostics," a literary form generated by chance (in this case computerized I-Ching chance) operations. Using the computer as an oracle in conjunction with a large source text, he happens upon ideas, which produce more ideas. Chance, and not Cage, makes the choices and central decisions. Such a form is rooted, Cage tells us in his introduction, in the belief that "all answers answer all questions."

There are two sound files, one of Cage reading a mesostic (IV), allowing the listener to experience it as it was delivered, and one with a lively selection from the question-and-answer seminars that conveys the flavor of the event. I-VI is, in short, an experience of John Cage, where silences become words and words become silences, in arrangements that will disconcert and exercise our minds. http://www.ubu.com/sound/cage_norton.html


MON 5 MARCH: 6.00PM

OTHER MINDS: RADIO EVENT NO. 20 – RHODODENDRON
Tom Zahuranec invited the radio audience down to the KPFA Music Office to communicate mentally with a rhododendron which was wired with liquid electrodes feeding impulses into a Buchla synthesizer. This program includes commentary of Amirkhanian and Zahuranec, as well as the impressions of the participants. (October 18, 1972). http://www.archive.org/details/RE_1972_10_18
http://www.radiom.org


MON 5 MARCH: 6.45PM

RADIO WEB MACBA PRESENTS: SON[I]A #99. INTERVIEW WITH JOHN OSWALD
Ràdio Web MACBA is the Museu d'art contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA) online radio project. http://rwm.macba.cat

John Oswald (Canada, 1953) is one of the leading exponents of sound appropriationism. In the eighties, Oswald coined the term "Plunderphonics" to define his work, which questions issues like authorship, the record industry’s business model and the aesthetics of sound collage as a musical language. Son[i]a interviews John Oswald on the occasion of his visit to the MACBA as part of the concert series "Variations".
http://rwm.macba.cat/en/sonia/sonia99_john_oswald/capsula


MON 5 MARCH: 6.59PM

CHEESE SNOB WENDY: ENJOYING CHEESE IS SLOW – FOR RADIO BOREDCAST
Cheese Is Slow. I think about cheese a lot.  I wrote down my thoughts and read them slowly into a microphone while I was thinking about how much I like cheese and how happy I am that cheese is slow. I don't like to be rushed. Words are often better when accompanied by music, so I found some songs to help keep the theme going. I didn't really pick any songs specifically about cheese because I thought that would be far too obvious and kind of annoying. 

I live in the United States.  I am in my late-30s and I have been working with cheese since I was 21 years old.  Within a few days of starting my first cheese job I knew I was in the right place.  Learning and eating are two of my favorite things.  I've done nearly all there is to do in the cheese profession except make cheese.  Most of my experience has been selling cheese, teaching people about cheese, and writing about it.  You know those little signs that are stuck into the cheese in the shop's display, with the name of the cheese, how much it costs, and a description of the cheese?  Well, I write those descriptions.  I like music, too, but I imagine that goes without saying because what kind of horrible person doesn't like music? http://www.cheesesnob.com


MON 5 MARCH: 8.44PM

MOUTHCRAZY: BLUE GREY BLUE GREEN
Blue Grey Blue Green is a track taken from the album Open / Open Wide by the band Mouthcrazy. The album was released as a limited edition vinyl by American label Ecstatic Yod in 1996. Mouthcrazy are Sharon Gal – Voice & Electronics, Richard Young – Bass, Justin Harries – Guitar/ Keyboard. Blue Grey Blue Green is a slow evolving free improvisation and was recorded the first time the band played together.


MON 5 MARCH: 8.57PM

CHRISTOF MIGONE PRESENTS… FOR RADIO BOREDCAST 
Christof Migone responds to the As Slow As Possible theme with a playlist for Radio Boredcast... Christof Migone is a multidisciplinary artist and writer. His work and research delves into language, voice, bodies, performance, intimacy, complicity, and endurance. He co-edited the book and CD Writing Aloud: The Sonics of Language (Los Angeles: Errant Bodies Press, 2001) and his writings have been published in Aural Cultures, S:ON, Experimental Sound & Radio, Musicworks, Radio Rethink, Semiotext(e), Angelaki, Esse, Inter, Performance Research, etc. His installations have been exhibited at the Banff Center, Rotterdam Film Festival, Gallery 101, Art Lab, eyelevelgallery, Forest City Gallery, Studio 5 Beekman, Mercer Union, CCS Bard, Optica. He currently lives in Toronto and is a lecturer at the University of Toronto Mississauga and the Director/Curator of the Blackwood Gallery. http://www.christofmigone.com/
http://www.christofmigone.com/html/projects_gallery/soundvoiceperform.html
http://www.christofmigone.com/html/projects_gallery/vexatkhyber.html#
http://www.christofmigone.com/html/projects_gallery/quieting.html
http://www.christofmigone.com/html/projects_gallery/crackers.html
http://www.christofmigone.com/html/projects_gallery/southwinds.html
http://www.christofmigone.com/html/projects_gallery/soundvoiceperform.html#
http://www.christofmigone.com/html/projects_gallery/escapesongs.html
http://www.christofmigone.com/html/projects_gallery/holecd.html
http://www.christofmigone.com/html/projects_gallery/deathofcd.html


MON 5 MARCH: 10.05PM

DO OR DIY WITH PEOPLE LIKE US: 1234 – PART 1 – FOR RADIO BOREDCAST
1234 is a show all about counting in music, sound art, poetry and lunacy.

DO or DIY is a freeform sound art radio show broadcast weekly by Vicki Bennett (People Like Us) on WFMU. The philosophy behind the show is simple. That within the realms of avant-garde and experimental sound art the goalposts defining "accessible" and "inaccessible" are constantly moving. As the radar rises and dips, fragments and shards of underground creations unearth, and popular culture and artist resonate, shifting shapes accordingly with one another in reflections of changing spotlights. Each show consists of collages made of sound works from the 20th and 21st century, often layered and looped many times over, resulting in an album type effect on each show. http://www.wfmu.org/peoplelikeus

PLAYLIST
Owada - Hello
Ergo Phizmiz - Symphonie Vum - First Movement
Philip Glass and Robert Wilson - Knee Play
YOUR DJ SPEAKS Mystic Moods Orchestra - Theme From A Summer Place
Daniel Levitin - Anticipation
Roman Opalka - 1 To Infinity
Owada - Up Plus Down
I'm On My Journey Home - Eephing
Sten Hanson - La Destruction De Votre Code Genetique Par Drogues Toxins Et Irradiation
YOUR DJ SPEAKS Bruce Nauman - Rhythmic Stamping
Steve Reich - Clapping Music
Letter People - Miss I
Eugene Brice - Consonants
Patrick Ireland - Vowel Drawing
Owada - Circle
Kelly Mark - I Really Should
YOUR DJ SPEAKS Mystic Moods Orchestra - Theme From A Summer Place
Elisabeth Claire Prophet - Great Divine Rectors
Livestock Auctioneers (1964)
Otto Muehl - Psycho-Motorik - Jodler
Livestock Auctioneers (1963)
Owada - Low
Livestock Auctioneers (1967)
Bobby Joe Carter - Doe A Deer
YOUR DJ SPEAKS Mystic Moods Orchestra - Theme From A Summer Place
Vito Acconci - Under History Lessons 1976
Letter People - Mr D.
Speech Accent Archive
YOUR DJ SPEAKS Mystic Moods Orchestra - Theme From A Summer Place
Richard Nonas - What Do You Know
Ollie Halsall And John Halsey - Bum Love


MON 5 MARCH: 10.59PM

OTHER MINDS: WORLD EAR PROJECT – TRANSMISSION SIX
More ambient sound recordings sent to KPFA, by friends from around the world. This transmission includes fog horns and surf sounds recorded at Fort Scott, along the Golden Gate in San Francisco, and a walk through New York City streets and transit system. Sit back, put on the head phones and travel the world without leaving your house. (February 1, 1971). http://www.archive.org/details/WEP_1971_02_01
http://www.radiom.org


MON 5 MARCH: 11.48PM

CURRENT 93: A SOFT VOICE WHISPERS NOTHING
From In A Foreign Town, In A Foreign Land

 

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Radio Boredcast:
Day 5

Mon 5 March, 12am–12am
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DAY 5 SCHEDULE: 

12.00am: Nancy O Graham: Somniloquy Cycle - Different Kinds of Marks

1.18am: Nick The Bard Sings: Slayer - Seasons in the Abyss 

2.05am: DO or DIY with People Like Us: Blather - Part 1

3.04am: Over The Edge: Music Is

6.06am: Chris Watson: Sukau - Part 1

7.26am: Porest: Morocco, Jordan, Syria, Turkey, Laos. Thailand

7.58am: Nula Presents...

8.31am: KBZ200: The Exotic Trilogy

8.59am: Nula Presents...

9.31am: KBZ2000: The Exotic Trilogy 

10.03am: Daniela Cascella: 31 Days, Slow and Still

10.06am: Other Minds: Ode to Gravity - Amuck Amuck

11.01am: John Cage and Morton Feldman in Conversation: Part 1

11.41am: Kenneth Kirschner: 030594

12.00pm: The Long Now Foundation: Brian Eno - The Long Now

1.18pm: Radio Boredcast Presents... Boring

2.04pm: Other Minds: Radio Visions

3.03pm: John Wynne: Upcountry

5.03pm: Irene Moon: Let's Talk Science - Human Evolution - Part 1

5.28pm: John Cage: Q&A From Norton Lectures

6.00pm: Other Minds: Radio Event No. 20 - Rhododendron

6.45pm: Radio Web MACBA Presents: SON[I]A #99 Interview with John Oswald 

6.59pm: Cheese Snob Wendy: Enjoying Cheese Is Slow

8.44pm: Mouthcrazy: Blue Grey Blue Green

8.57pm: Christof Migone Presents...

10.05pm: DO or DIY with People Like Us: 1234 - Part 1

10.59pm: Other Minds: World Ear Project - Transmission Six

11.48pm: Current 93: A Soft Voice Whispers Nothing