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  1. Words that Change the World | Radiolab | WNYC Studios

    Susan Schaller believes that the best idea she ever had in her life had to do with an isolated young man she met one day at a community college. He was 27-years-old at the time, and t…

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  2. West Coast Fog 11/27/18 - w/ Douglas Mcgowan and John Wyatt

    What makes this episode of West Coast Fog so special is the specialness of specialists Douglas Mcgowan (of Yoga Records) and John Wyatt, bringing some of their favorite music from Eugene, Oregon, Carmel Valley, Larkspur, and beyond. Pretty much mostly from cassettes. Karma Moffett, Ted Lucas, Elinore Wallace, Summer Madness, Daniel, Sophia, Frank Perry, Suze Milleman, Blue Harvest, Mark May, Walter McVeigh…

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  3. Is the Australian accent lazy? - Myf Warhurst - ABC Radio

    Judgements about accents usually have more to do with class and race than inclination.

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  4. William Basinski - The Music Show - ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

    William Basinski — clarinettist, saxophonist, tape artist and one of the most prominent composers of ambient music.

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  5. Episode 160, Bill Orcutt — 5049 Records

    For the past several decades, guitarist Bill Orcutt has been on a singular musical journey that started in Miami, FL and has led him all over the world. On a recent visit to New York, he stopped by the 5049 Chihuahua Sanctuary for a talk about his work, the Bay Area, growing up in Florida, picking up and putting down the guitar and a whole lot more. A great talk with a completely unique musician.

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  6. Abstract Paradigms: Interview 5 - Cooper Bowman

    Instead of a normal episode this week we’re lucky enough to have another interview, this time with Altered States Tapes head and electronic musician Cooper Bowman. A driving force in many notable projects, Cooper makes non-functional dance music as Roman Nails, cathartic industrial as Kneeling Knave, and so much more that it’s probably worth just giving his page on Discogs a read. In this interview we talk about the influence of growing up in Newcastle on his music, and Cooper’s thoughts on the DIY approach, money in experimental music, and making music on a Nintendo DS.

    Tracklist: Cooper Bowman - Mosquito Jazz [Strange Rules, 2018] Kneeling Knave - Stamina [Chondritic Sound, TBA] Opal Beau - Club Panopticon [Altered States Tapes, TBA] Loose-y Crunchè - Doof 2017 [Altered States Tapes, TBA] Hitoshi Kojima - Divest [Altered States Tapes, TBA] Sansibar - Sun [Altered States Tapes, TBA] Roman Nails - Dusty Keys [TBA, TBA]

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  7. Murmur 70 : Phil Elverum (Mount Eerie) “Our Own Bag Of Hammers” — Murmur Digital Radio

    Don’t be a tourist, be a traveller… or, so they say.  But do they also say that to musicians?  If so, then why do most musicians continue to "tour"?  Is it a means of rebooting?  Surviving?  Seeking?  Erasing?  Healing?  Communing?  Curing?  Phil Elverum (Mount Eerie) has utilized movement as a agent for all of the above; as well as a conduit for lessons he continues to pass on.  Lessons co-promised both in art and in love.

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  8. Episode 141, Oren Ambarchi — 5049 Records

    Based in Sydney, Australia, Oren Ambarchi is a gifted composer, multi-instrumentalist and improviser who has been traveling the world, crafting a most singular musical vision for the past twenty five years. He’s also an enthusiastic listener and avid record collector, a gourmand and happens to be one of my favorite musicians around. On a quick visit to New York for performances with Alvin Lucier and Loren Connors, Oren dropped by for a candid conversation about his early days as an Hasidic student in NYC, record collecting, learning to play guitar, running his own record label and a whole lot more. I love Oren’s music deeply and am delighted conversation got to happen. After our talk, Oren and I headed over to Russ & Daughters Cafe and gorged on smoked fish and chopped liver.

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  9. Ep. #35: Thurston Moore | Kreative Kontrol

    Thurston Moore is one of America’s most influential and notable musicians, best known for playing guitar, writing songs, and singing in New York City’s Sonic Youth. Since that band formed in 1981, Moore has taken on countless other musical projects, collaborated with many, many artists in different contexts, and started his own label, Ecstatic Peace! Well before Sonic Youth went on hiatus in 2011, Moore began working with a new group of players and eventually formed a band with them called Chelsea Light Moving, who released their self-titled debut LP earlier this year on Matador Records. Chelsea Light Moving’s current tour brings them to Hamilton’s Supercrawl on Sept. 14, Toronto’s Horseshoe Tavern on Sept. 15, and Montreal’s Cabaret Mile End on Sept. 16. Moore was in the midst of a 10-hour drive when we talked about the Station to Station public art project, Levi’s jeans, his early band the Coachmen, playing with Yoko Ono and eating dinner with Philip Glass, teaching himself how to operate a guitar, the attraction of subversion, confusion and nostalgia in youth culture, the shock of short hair in the 70s, Iggy Pop, Girls and the new bohemianism, living in London and its culinary renaissance, the formation of Sonic Youth compared to starting Chelsea Light Moving, poetry and writing, his thoughts on Lee Ranaldo and the Dust and Body/Head, his future work and collaborations, David Berman’s poetry, the Nihilist Spasm Band, Perfect Youth: The Birth of Canadian Punk, the song “Alighted,” and more.

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  10. Episode 60: Listening History: Graham Lambkin | The Organist

    A guided tour through the musical development of Graham Lambkin, from early experiments in postpunk to the subtle art of moving cookware around in the rain.

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