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Liveblogging! “It’s Too Damn Early,” 3/31/12

March 31, 2012

Before you go any further, do yourself a favor and pick up a copy of “Closed Encounters of the 4 Minds,” on Public Eyesore. I’m really quite taken with this one– some of the old-school electronic sounds just leap out at you, and it doesn’t hurt that the 4th track is ridiculously catchy. The album hasn’t left my stereo since it arrived, so you’ve been warned. Don’t sleep on it!

Ron Anderson, Robert L. Pepper, David Tamura, Philippe Petit — Closed Encounters of the 4 Minds, pts. 1-4 (from album of the same name, on Public Eyesore)
Strongly Imploded — Radical Disruption of the Present (from “Twilight of Broken Machines,” on Eh?)
Oier I.A. — Sound Track (this, and next nine tracks, from “A Day In The Life” on Staaltape)
Anton Mobin — 13_31
Margarida Guia — 4 Août 2010
Yin Yi ( aka Audio Ripple) — Garden Corner / Theater / Golf Course Railing / Swimming Pool / Mobile Phone
Penates — Schadencough / Musicnorm / 3:16 / Penenorma
Manuel J. Grotesque –- Jack Nicholson and the Cocker Dog
Robert Habarc –- For the Love of a Sheep
Barbara Lazarà –- Today
Anders Ostberg –- A Day In the Lives Of Three Buddha Electronic Praying Machines Hanging In a Tree
Rinus van Alebeek –- When I Came Back From Paris
Blue Sausage Infant — How To Achieve Somnambulism (from “Manitou,” on Alrealon)
Blue Sausage Infant — The Moss Takes Over
Blue Sausage Infant — Yggdrasil
Blue Sausage Infant — Aphid’s Lament
Blue Sausage Infant — Sodom Is Risen
Rotkappchen — The Copenhagen Group (from “Ignorance,” on Ikebukuro Dada)
Ravenlodge — Untitled Tape, side A

Liveblogging! “It’s Too Damn Early,” 3/24/12

March 24, 2012

Grey Park — Clue (from subscription series)
Muslimgauze — Jah-Mearab (from “Jah-Mearab,” on Staalplaat)
K2 — Secret Cold Storage (from “Abdominal Electricity,” on Phage Tapes)
Evol — Rave Slime, Untitled A1 (from “Rave Slime” LP on Alku)
Custodian — Untitled side A (from “The Weight of Tension,” on Phage Tapes)
Custodian — Untitled side B
Sister Overdrive — Honey, Side B (from “Honey” on Organized Music From Thessalonki)
Arvo Zylo, Cock ESP — Imps of the Perverse (from “Fuck ESP,” on Rainbow Bridge + EF Tapes
Muslimgauze — Woman Prefer Izlam
Evol — Rave Slime, Untitled B
Ikeburo Dada Promo mini-CDR — Untitled #1 (from the Ikeburo Dada label)
RP Collier, Eloine — Dumbwaiter (from “Anchor Studies,” on Triple Bath)

Liveblogging! “It’s Too Damn Early,” 3/17/12

March 17, 2012

Tom Hamilton, id M Theft Able & if, Bwana — Megawhat Skot (from “MegaWHAT? Live at The Stone” on Ilse)
Z’ev, Bob Bellerue — Felt, If Not Seen (from “Felt, If Not Seen,” on Phage Tapes)
Brandkommando — Reform (from split, double-cassette release with Brandkommando, Seth Ryan, Fear Konstruktor, and Disgust on Phage Tapes)
Brandkommando — Fighter
Minotaur — The Hunger In Her Womb (from “Obsession,” on Phage Tapes)
A Death Cinematic — The New World (from “The New World,” on Simple Box Construction)
Pregnant Spore — You Can Have Whatever It Is You Want pt.1 (from split, double cassette release Pregnant Spore/Baculum, on Phage Tapes)
Pregnant Spore — You Can Have Whatever It Is You Want pt.2
Hiss Nausea — Pyramid Glue (from “Hiss Nausea/Nolls” split cassette on Hyster)

Liveblogging! “It’s Too Damn Early,” 2/18/12

February 18, 2012

It’s freakin’ Promo City over here, so next week is going to be awesome! I’m staring down new stuff from Tom Hamilton, idM TheftAble, and if, Bwana; not to mention a couple new ones from the Pogus label as well– Noah Creshevsky, Leo Kupper… goddamn, these guys know what moves me! If that wasn’t good enough, there’s also new stuff from the Cuneiform and Abzu labels, and a couple self-releases from brand-new folks– it’s always good to hear from new people, keep ’em coming!

I’m definitely looking forward to playing this Davis Redford Triad LP, “The Mystical Path of the Number Eighty-Six,” a Holy Mountain release that probably won’t make many journeys out of my home in the future. I hope you’re listening! (And hey, a big thanks to Lou’s Records in Encinitas, CA for helping me find this one!)

OMG, can’t believe I forgot (I told you this was a good night!) but I’ve also got two new LPs from ZeroMoon, whose “intelligent noise music” has always rung true to my ears– Blue Sausage Infant’s “Negative Space,” and “District of Noise Vol. 4,” which features Washington D.C. area noise artists. I won’t have time for both on today’s program, but you’ll definitely hear each over the next few weeks, most likely on both programs.

Lastly, The Claudia Quintet (with Theo Bleckmann) will be in St. Louis for a New Music Circle event on March 2nd at the 560 Music Center Ballroom. I’ll have some free tickets to giveaway next week, so make plans to listen in– maybe they’ll be yours!

156 — Expand and Contract (from “Taking A Look At A Moment Lost,” upcoming on Feast of Hate And Fear)
156 — Blasting
A Death Cinematic — When The Sun Settles Into the Horizon We Remember Our Rivers (from “The New World,” on Simple Box Construction)
A Death Cinematic — Mountains Choked With Smoke, Release the Trees Down Their Hillsides
A Death Cinematic — Sparrows Circle the Distance From The Gallows To the Sun
A Death Cinematic — Our Sorrows Pile Up In the Night’s Lament
A Death Cinematic — As The Lights Fissure The Night Skies, Our Eyes Grew Pale At the Horrors Beheld
A Death Cinematic — The New World
Davis Redford Triad — Hymn Of The Virgin Sun Queen (from “The Mystical Path Of The Number Eighty Six,” on Holy Mountain)
Davis Redford Triad — Smoke Signals In The Rain
Davis Redford Triad — The Mystical Path Of The #86
The Claudia Quintet — Crane Merit (from “Royal Toast,” on Cuneiform)
The Claudia Quintet — Keramag Prelude
The Claudia Quintet — Keramag
Blue Sausage Infant — Motion Parallax (from “Negative Space,” on ZeroMoon)

Liveblogging! “It’s Too Damn Early,” 1/28/12

January 28, 2012

I’m celebrating the 10th broadcast anniversary of “It’s Too Damn Early” today! Naturally, I’ve pulled out all the stops– I’ve got a ton of great music lined up for this show, so I hope you don’t miss it. Feel like calling in? 618-457-3691.

Andrea Pensado — Bicho Raro (from “Ktotam,” on ZeroMoon)
Mike Khoury, Hans Beutow — Untitled Side A (from “Two Sides of Khoury,” on Excite Bike)
Chefkirk — Gross Pyramids (from “We Must Leave The Warren,” on Eh? Records)
Leather Bath — Armistice (from “L” volume of “Zelphabet”)
Paul Metzger — Deliverance (from “Deliverance,” on Locust)
My Fun — Car Alarm Birds (from “This Is All I Had Time For,” on The Land Of)
My Fun — Low
My Fun — Saturday
My Fun — Long Distance
Damion Romero –Untitled Side A (from “Missing Link,” on Hanson Records)
Lou Reed, Metallica — Iced Honey (from “Lulu,” on Warner and Vertigo)

Liveblogging! “It’s Too Damn Style” 1/22/12

January 22, 2012

I’m covering for “Style City” today, so it’s feeling a bit bright and sunny in the studio– even with all these horrid grey skies! I imagine that will make today’s show a bit different than usual. Another big influence on today’s programming will be the presence of the brand-spanking-new “L” volume of GX Jupitter-Larsen’s “Zelphabet” series. As any reader/listener of mine will know, I’m a big fan. In addition to being an incredible source for noise lovers to discover overlooked or under-promoted musicians, the quality of the contributions has been consistently high– compilations might be a dime a dozen, but there are precious few (especially of this scope) that would honestly elicit such description.

Eric Glick-Rieman — The Past, Aerated (from “In My Mind, her Image Was Reversed,” on Accretions)
Toshio Kajiwara, Marina Rosenfeld, Christian Marclay — New York, 8/21/03 (from “DJ Trio,” on Asphodel)
Lovely Little Girls — Chunky Dog-Like Face (from “Glamorous Piles & Puffy Saddlebags,” on Apop Records)
Lovely Little Girls — Creeping Things Dig Slowly
Lovely Little Girls — Wretched Substitute
Don Campau — Jungle of Misunderstanding (from album of the same name, on Lonely Whistle)
Lasse Marhaug — Zen (this, and next three, from “L” volume of “Zelphabet“)
Leather Bath — Armistice
Leticia Castaneda — Museum for the Blind
Lionel Marchetti — Natura Morta

Liveblogging! “It’s Too Damn Early,” 1/21/12

January 21, 2012

Whew! I’m kind of tired out this morning. I was happy to take a few nice calls, though– it’s always nice to hear from listeners. Next week is the 10th anniversary of “It’s Too Damn Early” airing on WDBX-FM, so I’m pretty excited about that. Although I don’t have an exact count personally, this is about 500 shows! Seems like a fair number– I’ve missed some, but I’ve also covered a bunch. At any rate, it’s been a lot of fun, and I know I’ve had a great time learning about experimental music (as well as sharing it with you).

Alfred Harth — Adler_Kino 1166-1215 I# (from “Gift Fig,” on Kendra Steiner Editions)
Pailbug — First Pail (from self-titled album on Generate Records)
Pailbug — Second Pail
Pauline Oliveros — No Mo (from “No Mo,” on Pogus)
Yota Kobayashi — Kakusei (this, and next two, from “XXXII Concorso Internazionale Di Musica Elettroacustica E Rumore 2010,” on Monochrome Vision)
Sergy Khismatov — Spring Relapse
Sebastien Peter — Schatten
Crank Sturgeon — Breakfast With Crank Sturgeon (on RRRecords)
Eric Glick Rieman — Forgetting Belief (from “In My Mind, Her Image Was Reversed,” on Accretions)
Eric Glick Rieman — What’s Said, Reinterpreted By Future Hearers
Kevin Kastning, Sandor Szabo, Balazs Major — Triptych 1 (from “Triptych,” on Greydisc)
Kevin Kastning, Sandor Szabo, Balazs Major — Triptych 2
Kevin Kastning, Sandor Szabo, Balazs Major — Triptych 3

Liveblogging! “ITDE” 1/14/12

January 14, 2012

Loachfillet — The Automated Bowl of Soup (from “Electric Pond: Solar Solution,” on Resipiscent)
Eric Glick Rieman — The Past, Aerated (from “In My Mind, Her Image Was Reversed,” on Accretions)
Eric Glick Rieman — Reinventing Belief
Brent Fariss — Palestine (from “Four Environments… Collapsing,” on Kendra Steiner Editions)
Brent Fariss — Four Environments… Collapsing
Brent Fariss — Three Spirit Recordings
David First — Pipeline Witness Apologies To Dennis (from “Privacy Issues,” on XI Records)

Liveblogging! “ITDE” 1/7/12

January 7, 2012

Okay, so it looks like Kendra Steiner Editions is getting added to my short list of favorite labels. How did I miss this for so long? I must be slipping. Folks, you need to hold me to a higher standard! But seriously, the latest addition is #214, so I have a lot to fill in. My birthday is in April, please give generously, haha.

Also, Dolphin Logic’s EP is almost out on Tundra Dubs. Listen in next week, and I’ll play some more of it. You gotta love an album with a track named “Wet Goddess.”

Ernesto Diaz-Infante — Emilio I-XXXII (from “Emilio,” on Kendra Steiner Editions)
Arvo ZyloQuicksand Eggs of a Beaten Pathos (from “333” self-release)
Merzbow — The Spirit Indulges In The Sadness (from “Dead Zone,” on Quasi Pop)
Sabrina Siegel — Bottlecaps pt.1 (from “Bottlecaps,” on Kendra Steiner Editions)
Sabrina Siegel — Bottlecaps pt.2
Sabrina Siegel — Bottlecaps pt.3
Dolphin Logic — Nukular (from “Holographic Dreaming,” on upcoming EP for Tundra Dubs)
Dolphin Logic — Wet Goddess
DaveX — Free Air I (from “Free Air” self-release)

Liveblogging! “It’s Too Damn Early,” 12/24/11

December 24, 2011

Alchemy of the 20th Century — Modern Alchemy (from “Halogen Ball,” on Negative Foundation)
Dieter Muh — Well-Thumbed
Mnem — Genocide Mobile
Grey Park — 10 Dollar Habit/Immediate Resignation
Frank Rothkamm — German Film Star (from “Reno” on Flux Records)
Frank Rothkamm — E Sharp Espresso
Frank Rothkamm — Brooklyn Warehouse Party
Frank Rothkamm — I Love Nina
Area C — Treble Thickness (from “Traffics + Discoveries,” on Last Visible Dog)
Area C — Dark Radio/Light Waves
Area C — Ordinary Vane
Area C — Squall (2)
Area C — Jinking And Tunneling
Area C — Surface Volumes
Dislocation — View 1 (from “Mud Layer Cake,” on Eh? Records)
Dislocation — View 2

Liveblogging! “It’s Too Damn Early,” 12/17/11

December 17, 2011

I guess I’m in a mood for the electroacoustic side of things today! I’ve been impressed (again) by Stanislav Kreitchi, sound engineer and keeper of the ANS synthesizer. This is the sort of guy I’d love to meet– and such amazing music!

RP Collier — All Christmas Songs At Once (otherwise unreleased) (and check out some of Collier’s amazing handmade instruments!)
Dohi Moon — Perhaps, reminisce (this, and next, from “XXXII Concorso Internazionale Di Musica Elettroacustica E Rumore 2010,” on Monochrome Vision)
Damien Depannemaeck — Stadt Test
Grey Park — Report One (otherwise unreleased)
Screwtape — Please God, Wash All the Filth Away (Screwtape’s Bandcamp)
Stanislav Kreitchi — Birth of Vertical (from “Ansiana,” on Electroshock)  (some interesting background here)
Stanislav Kreitchi — Ocean: Waves, Winds & Birds
Stanislav Kreitchi — Ocean: Tam-Tams of the Green Islands
Stanislav Kreitchi — Ocean: Dolphins’ Play
Stanislav Kreitchi — Ellipsiada 1 & 2
Stanislav Kreitchi — Six Days of Creation
Dear Beloved Henry — Untitled, Side A (from “Dear Beloved Henry/Albert Materia” split cassette on Hyster Tapes)
Albert Materia — Untitled, Side B
DACM — Party (from “Stéréotypie,” on Asphodel)
DACM — Vidya
DACM — Angel
DACM — Marie

Liveblogging! “ITDE” playlist for 11/26/11

November 26, 2011

Jennifer Walshe — Nature Data (from “Nature Data,” on Interval Recordings)
Myriam Lavoie — Chercher (this, and next two, from “Cache 2007” compilation)
Theo Mathien — Eolian Erosion
Elliot Vaughn — Icely Unsect
Ministry of Rites — Nightlight (from “Grid,” on Edgetone)
Octopus Inc — Goldbug (this, and next 7, from “Penguin Mechanics III” compilation from KracFive)
Bauri — Computercuddle
Pthalocyanine — Metalo-meld-mechano
Lackluster — Third Pie
Brothom States — Not Kava
Miragliuolo — Sandwich Train
Pacman — Citybuilder
Colongib — Angry Robot Locked in Compartment Wrenches Itself Free
Bearly Queen — Hairy Palm Adventures I-VII (on Luovaja, album of same name)

Liveblogging! “ITDE” 11/12/11

November 12, 2011

Rune Lindblad — Månens Död (from “Death of the Moon,” on Pogus)
Rune Lindblad — Evening
Rune Lindblad — Nocturne
Martin Alejandro Fumarola — Callejuelas (this and next from “Travels of the Spider,” on Pogus)
Alejandro Iglesias Rossi — Ascención
Ashtray Navigations — Darwin’s Seal, Animal Tracks and Bones (from “The Love That Whirrs,” on Last Visible Dog)
Ashtray Navigations — She’s Like Black Glass On A Pinball Table, Threatening The Love That Whirrs
Seeded Plain — Tarpaper Neutrality (from “Entry Codes,” on Creative Sources)
Seeded Plain — Vacuum Insect
Seeded Plain — Czar of Thumbs
Seeded Plain — Waxwing Lettuce
Nolls — Tsunami Arms (from Hiss Nausea/Nolls split cassette on Hyster)
Nolls — Sunrape
Nolls — Invisible Summer
Nolls — Alpha Mail
Nolls — Night City
Nolls — Hallucinatory Forest
Rotkappchen — Xerox and Infinity (from Knirschen Knacken/Rotkappchen split cassette on Ikeukuro Dada)

Liveblogging! “It’s Too Damn Early” playlist for 11/5/11

November 5, 2011

Margaret Noble — Safer Is Better (from “Frakture“)
Margaret Noble — Watched
Margaret Noble — Consistent
Margaret Noble — Drowning on Land
Margaret Noble — Crossing Over
Margaret Noble — The Object of Power Is Power
Margaret Noble — Interlude Before the End
Margaret Noble — Distopia
Anna Maria Kieffer, Leo Kupper — Annazone (from “Ways of the Voice,” on Pogus)
Marko Marin — Kaikki jotka pimeää hengittävät (from “Heijastu, Katoa Ja Ole Valmiina,” on Luovaja)
Dolphin Logic — Hits From The Holographic Bong (from “Replicant Embolisms” self-release)
Robert Ashley — Perfect Lives; The Bank: Victimless Crime (from “Perfect Lives,” on Lovely Music)
Coin Gutter — Zero Article (from “Pigeonless,” on Vanity)
Coin Gutter — Third Conditional (for V)
Umin — Quill (from “Umbr,” on Abandon Buildings)
Umin — Nelm
Umin — Uke15
Umin — Umbr
Umin — 00
Umin — redvrtd
Seeded Plain, Hal Rammel — Hook and Eyespots (from split LP with DBH, co-release from Friends & Relatives Records, Gilgongo Records)

Liveblogging! “It’s Too Damn Early,” 10/30/11

October 30, 2011

I’m covering for Emma’s “Style City” show today, so this is the “awake and cogent” version of my usual broadcast, haha. It’s been fun so far– definitely different to have the sun streaming in the windows!

Be sure to check out Dolphin Logic’s “Replicant Embolisms” album, btw. They’re local, and they’re keeping it weird– plus, I hear their show at the Douglass Art School went well! I’ll have to see about getting them on-air soon!

Hmm. I just got a “text-to-voice” message from a caller who says: “This is white noise, not music. I’m turning to country.” So I called them back, and left my own message. Next time, Jimerson Montgomery Phillips III (really?!) should grow a pair and call me himself.

Joe Lasqo — Choshi (from “Turquoise Sessions,” on Edgetone)
Gen Ken Montgomery — Friedhof (from “Birds + Machines,” on Pogus)
Dolphin Logic — Her Eyes Were A Burning Laser (from “Replicant Embolisms,” self-release)
BKPR — Kollateral (from “BKPR,” on Autumn Abattoir and Seasonal Affect)
Charlie Morrow — Central Park 1850 (from “Toot!,” on XI Records)
Robert Ashley — Perfect Lives, pt.2; The Supermarket: Famous People (from “Perfect Lives,” on Lovely Music)
Warren Burt — La Strega Bianca Della Luna (this, and next two, from “Sonic Circuits VI,” on Innova)
David Barnes — Panic in Legoland
Rasmus B. Lunding — Det Nødvendige

Liveblogging! “ITDE” 10/29/11

October 29, 2011

I was pretty happy to play the new Chefkirk album, “We Must Leave The Warren,” out now on Bryan Day’s Eh? label. Day has been sticking it to thematic music for a long while now, and frankly, I’m happy to see Chefkirk’s disc in such good company. It’s no secret that I’ve dug every Chefkirk recording I’ve managed to hear, but this one seems particularly right— high tones that pierce your face; low end that rattles the room; and every sort of scratchy, squelchy noise in between. Anyone playing no-input mixers will probably face a Toshimaru Nakamura comparison at some point in time, but Chefkirk’s offerings still come out strong. It’s partly due to the obvious familiarity with his gear, but paradoxically, it’s his naked efforts to push and explore the confined space of the mixer that set this disc apart from Nakamura’s more meditative fare.

Margaret Noble — Where Am I (from “Early Works,” on FEM Records)
Margaret Noble –Fingers
Margaret Noble — Atonement
Margaret Noble — Door Number Two
Margaret Noble — Kira’s Murder
Margaret Noble — The Walk Home On Ashland
Chefkirk — Vegan Buttermilk (from “We Must Leave The Warren,” on Eh?)
Chefkirk — Quiet Parts of In-Between
Chefkirk — Gross Pyramids
Psychotic Quartet — Entropy Is Information (from “Sphaleron,” on Eh?)
Psychotic Quartet — We Are All 11 or 26 Dimensions
Federico Barabino — Can You Listen To The Silence Between the Noise? (from album of the same name on Eh?)
Andrea Pensado — Ktotam (from album of the same name, on Zeromoon)

Liveblogging! “ITDE” 10/22/11

October 22, 2011

It isn’t often that I get to use the phrase “exploded gagaku” in a sentence. I’d like to thank Joe Lasqo, Edgetone Records, and “It’s Too Damn Early,” for affording me this unique opportunity.

Andrea Pensado — Bircho Raro (from “Ktotam,” on ZeroMoon)
Andrea Pensado –BR+DSC
Andrea Pensado — Desconcierto (1)
Howl Jolson — Shibu Inu Dreams (presently available via Howl Jolson’s Soundcloud)
Howl Jolson — Flowery
Andrea Pensado — Desconcierto (2)
Bjork — Dark Matter (from “Biophilia,” on One Little Indian)
Bjork — Hollow
Bjork — Virus
John Cage — Third Interlude (from “Sonatas and Interludes for Prepared Piano,” on Naxos)
John Cage — Sonata IX
John Cage — Sonata X
Joe Lasqo — Alingana (“Interlock”) #1 (from “Turquoise Sessions,” on Edgetone)
Joe Lasqo — Etenraku in Mode Hyo
Andrea Pensado — Ktotam
Sonic Dada — Apart at the Seams (this, and next two, from “Serge Modular Users 2009,” on Resipiscent)
David Talento — Crisis Mountain
Lowenzahn — Unravel With Ease
Charlie Morrow — Central Park 1850 (from “Toot!” on XI Records)
Charlie Morrow — Breath Chant
Charlie Morrow — Late Afternoon Chant
Charlie Morrow — Chorale Bounce 2
Charlie Morrow — Central Park 2007

Liveblogging! “ITDE” 10/15/11

October 15, 2011

I’m feeling strange tonight– not sure where today’s broadcast will lead me. I’m starting off with some fairly harsh noise/ambient material from Mor Monsen, and currently awaiting some hint of further direction. Come on, subconscious!

Mor Monsen — Ramah (from “Lastenfound,” on Ambolthue)
Mor Monsen — Kanutten
Mor Monsen — Trass
Marina Rosenfeld, George Lewis — Wordless Feline (from “Sour Mash,” on Innova)
Marina Rosenfeld, George Lewis — Linseed Flowers
John David Eriksen — Live at Liminal Collisions (from “Endings, Beginnings” on Hymns)
PBK, Telepherique — Ecosystem Interrupt (from “Noise-Ambient Connection,” on Monochrome Vision)
PBK, Telepherique — Sun Continue to Shine
PBK, Telepherique — The Very End of Mine and Taper
Robert Ashley — Improvement (Act II)
Alan Courtis — Coriandro (from “Unstringed Guitar and Cymbals,” on Blossoming Noise)

Liveblogging! “ITDE” 9/3/11

September 3, 2011

This is a rather strange show… I’ve been around the block more than a few times as far as the whole “being sleepy and playing weird music” thing goes, but the disembodied, random Marilyn Monroe quotes are really quite bonkers. How is it that I hadn’t heard of Charlie Morrow prior to this XI Records release?

Anyways… I responded to a request for music review writers early yesterday, at Musique Machine. Things were going decently, until I discovered the guy wasn’t even willing to give me a link out as credit. I understand not paying writers, but really? Not even a little link love? Sheesh! On the up-side, now I’m thinking about doing reviews again. We’ll see how it goes.

Also– how many of my readers have checked out an episode of my daughter’s show, “Style City”? It’s something of a companion to “It’s Too Damn Early,” still bringing the weirdness, but with more of a focus on chiptunes and abstract electronica. If you haven’t heard it yet, watch this for the details:

Davenport — Joy! By Numerals Act (from “Free Country,” on Last Visible Dog)
Davenport — Thou Shall Be Waking
Fonogram — Invisible City (from “Fonogram,” on The Land Of)
Fonogram — Light & Dark
Fonogram — Cruz del Sur
Fonogram — Victory Days
Sandoz Lab Technicians — The Western Lands (from album of the same name, on Last Visible Dog)
Charlie Morrow — Marilyn Monroe Collage (from “Toot!” on XI Records)
Transitional Phase — Phase Two (from “Transitional Phase,” on Last Visible Dog)
Transitional Phase — Phase Three
Transitional Phase — Phase Four
Transitional Phase — Phase Five
Dan Warburton — Al-Sabaah (from “Profession Reporter,” on Aural Terrains)
Stefano Pilia — The Holy Ghost Bird (from “Healing Memories and Other Scattering Times,” on LVD)
Stefano Pilia — Present Tension
Stefano Pilia — This Deepraum Blanket

Liveblogging! “ITDE” 8/6/11

August 6, 2011

Mor Monsen — Vangsåsa (from “Lastenfound,” on Ambolthue)
Mor Monsen — Ramah
Mor Monsen — Kanutten
Zoviet France — Come To The Edge (from “Shouting At The Ground,” on Charrm)
LSD March — When I Die, Hell Awaits (from “Kanashimino Bishounen,” on HP Cycle)
Sun Ra — Call For All Demons (from “Sun Song,” on Delmark)
Sun Ra — Transition
Sun Ra — Future
Grey Park — Carpenter (from an untitled album on Planned Confusion)
The Oval Language — 00:02:03 (from “Tapes Singles And Remixes,” on Monochrome Vision)
The Oval Language — 00:04:41
The Oval Language — 00:00:24
The Oval Language — 00:05:41
The Oval Language — 00:09:38
Harley Gaber – Cataclysm and Threnody (from “In Memoriam 2010,” on Innova)
Harley Gaber – Threnody and Prayer
The Rejuvenation Trio — Strings And Things Suite (from “Rejuvenation Voyage,” on Edgetone)
The Rejuvenation Trio — Signals From Space
The Rejuvenation Trio — Warp Speed