*Big City Orchestra *Headphoner & the Nurse *Neighborhood Bass Coalition *Otis Fodder *Radio Obadia *Royal Oakland Gramophone Co. *Sagan *Some Damn Intern *Ub Radio collage compilations electronic exotic experimental extras! field recordings found / thriftstore holiday theme improvisation Latest Additions! live-mix misc music mix noise old timey radio! other guests performance Radio El Monte Remote Operator Semi-Bi-Quarterly spoken vintage s&S visual Xinjiang
My pop, the king of mariachi mix-tapes, was excited when i suggested we do a little podcasty 1 hour mix of favorite songs and sounds from his collection to share. I mean, what’s a visit home (after 2 long years in the PRC!) without attempting to revisit the cultural household sounds of my youth and make a little radio show with them, right?
Featuring music and other fun recordings. If you understand Spanish, you’ll get the back-announces and other half of the banter. Otherwise, you can follow the playlist below. Enjoy!
listen to SO-SO quality stream here:
playing time : 1 hour
Followup Radio El Monte show is HERE
M.C. Schmidt & the SGAI New Genres Orchestra:(LIVE Performance!)
LIVE-webcast: April 30th, 2006
This night, M.C. Schmidt (known to most as the pointier half of esteemed 70′s super group MATMOS) descended upon the s&S studio with his current crew of noise students from the San Francisco Art Institute.
For this show, his New Genres Orchestra “6″ class performed & relayed a LIVE, champion collection of original works.
Precision execution indeed! sounds to soothe and exfoliate!
from the Matmos / MC pressmill:
RADIO LIVE TRANSMISSION: M. C. SCHMIDT AND THE NEW GENRES ORCHESTRA
Never underestimate the healing, Muse-protecting power of gainful employment. In M. C. Schmidt’s waking life as an instructor in the New Genres Department of the San Francisco Art Institute, he has been teaching a course called “Sound As Music” this semester. M. C. and his faithful crew have been improvising together, building instruments, and writing and rehearsing new compositions, when they aren’t busy reclining in total darkness on yoga mats and listening to voices, percussion-based music, old synthesizer albums, cut-ups and musique concrete, and general mayhem for hours and hours on end. They are taking a break from this busy schedule of meditation and study to share some of their recordings and to perform live on Shirley and Spinoza Internet radio on Sunday, April 30th at 8 PM.
running time: 2 hours
3 Musical Boxes… (guest shows)
webcast: February 26th, 2006
This night, we handed off the web-air-waves to 3 remote associates who offered their own assemblages of music & sound.
Audio glue provided by your studio host.
…from a rosey pink lemonade to a deep balsamic burgundy:
hour 1: Otis Fodder’s: Friendly Persuasion
hour 2: Headphoner & the Nurse: Village
hour 3: Gentress MyRRh’s: Cavalcade of Absurdity #6
running time: 3 hours