Liveblogging! Commentary for “ITDE” 10/17/09

A new mixer in the studio? With inaccessible inputs, racked-mounted at my shins?? I’m going to cry now.

Alrighty, just got done with my “after-hours” set for Noise FeSTL folks committed enough to stay awake this long, and now I’m moving on with the remainder of the broadcast. Also going to catch up the playlist– that damn new mixer totally threw me off– why would they install a mixer with access to the inputs/outputs so obscured? My paranoid side has answers, but I better not leap to any conclusion.

I played some of Adam Cornelius’s interesting noise documentary, “People Who Do Noise.” I thought it would be interesting to hear some more people speak about this, even though listeners wouldn’t be able to see the film itself. It’s definitely worth your time, though– here’s their website.

Hmm… Karthik reports trouble with the WDBX stream. I haven’t had any other complaints; anyone care to verify this?

Philip Samartzis, Michael Vorfeld — Wams
DaveX — Live at WDBX-FM, 10/17/09, “After-hours set dedicated to Noise FeSTL attendees”
Philip Samartzis, Michael Vorfeld — Krause
Thanos Chrysakis, Wade Matthews, Dario Bernal-Villegas — I (from “Enantio_ΔPomia”)
Thanos Chrysakis, Wade Matthews, Dario Bernal-Villegas — II
Francois Bayle — Erosphere, pt.1
Novasak — Right Hook to the Jaw
Novasak — BHT (to maintain freshness)
People Who Do Noise, directed by Adam Cornelius
DaveX, Brandon Beachum — Live at WDBX-FM, 10/17/09, “Long Wire Demo for Brandon”
Stenchworm — Sex With a Chainsaw
Stenchworm — Screaming Machine
Stenchworm — Psychic Apparitions
Stenchworm — The Howling Blizzard
Stenchworm — Anxiety Attract

3 Responses to “Liveblogging! Commentary for “ITDE” 10/17/09”

  1. Karthik Kakarala Says:

    ¿Is it wrong that I’M about to cry, too?

  2. Karthik Kakarala Says:

    ¿Is anyone else having problems accessing the stream? *growl*

  3. Karthik Kakarala Says:

    Probably just a bad connection, over here. Incredibly frustrating when it comes to my iTunes obsessively searching and chewing pensively on processor power for nothing in particular. I look forward to hearing it a bit more continuously (compared to what I caught) in the future, if that proves possible. It was really nice to have you throwing down on this.

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