Liveblogging! Commentary for “ITDE” 5/1/10

Happy May Day! I’ve got a lot of really good music to share this week, probably far more than I’m going to have time for. We’ll see how it goes.

The Holly Martins — Stairway to the Mezzanine (from “No No Yes No” on Edgetone)
Ava Mendoza — Shadowtrapping (from “Shadow Stories” on Resipiscent)
Christian Marclay, Marina Rosenfeld, Toshio Kajiwara — New York, 8/21/03 (from “DJ Trio” on Asphodel)
Otomo Yoshihide — Violin Bow With Handmade Needle (from “Multiple Otomo” on Asphodel)
Otomo Yoshihide — Test Tone Records
Marinos Koutsomichalis — Malfunctions #3 (from “Malfunctions” on Agxivatein)
Strotter Inst. — #6 (from “Monstranz,” on Everest Records)
Ryu Hankil, Jin Sangtae, Choi Joonyong — Window Seat 2 (from “5 Modules 1” on The Manual)
Daryl Shawn — Bad Blood (from “Rent In Twain“)
African Cave Recordings From the Lunar Surface — Upon Encountering Tycho Magnetic Anomaly-0 in Olduvai Gorge (sort of available on Black Drone, I’m playing from a pre-release CDR)
African Cave Recordings From the Lunar Surface — 11/20/1975 Francisco Franco
African Cave Recordings From the Lunar Surface — 12/03/1903 Mary Baker Eddy
Chas Smith — Descent (from “Descent,” on Cold Blue Music)
Vanessa Rossetto — Unfortunate Roadster (from “Imperial Brick,” on Music Appreciation)
Vanessa Rossetto — Left Arm of Isaac
Jack Callahan — Klangfarben (from Side A of “Klangfarben” tape on Daddytapes) (and dig this really great review on Cassette Gods)
Christopher Burns, Christopher Froh — The Language of Pilots (from “Triptych” on Innova Recordings)
Music From the Film — Stump Grinder (from “World War Tree”)
Music From the Film — Bike
Music From the Film — The Arborist
Larry Kucharz — Radial Velocity (from “Harmonic Luminosity” on International Audiochrome)
Larry Kucharz — Radiant
Porest — Hoyda (from “Tourrorists!” on Abduction)
Gordon Hempton — Forest Sunrise (excerpt, available at Sound Tracker)
Billy Bragg — The Internationale

3 Responses to “Liveblogging! Commentary for “ITDE” 5/1/10”

  1. James McKain Says:

    Good to see Porest on yer playlist!

  2. free style music Says:

    Just killing some in between class time on Digg and I found your article . Not typically what I like to learn about, but it was certainly worth my time. Thanks.

  3. startlingmoniker Says:

    Glad I could help get you through a dull class. Here’s something we can both enjoy: music made from bicycles!

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