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Options March 27, 2009
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Yann Tomita (w/Grandmaster Flash)  Vinyl Beat of Two Turntables with Cybernetics and Bio-Feedback   Options Music for Living Sound  Tomita-san hooked Mr. Flash up to an EEG- & biofeedback- controlled Serge synth. 
Dälek  Praise Be the Man   Options Negro Necro Nekros   
more Dälek  Eyes to Form Shadows   Options Absence   
Boom Bip  Closed Shoulders   Options Seed To Sun   
Sil Electronics  [side B]   Options Tal-S  thanks, Clay! 
Panasonic  Murto   Options Osasto   
Piero Umiliani  Delenda Cartago   Options    
Phlegm  [track 4]   Options Poppin' & Milkin'   
Vas Deferens Organization w/ Christopher  Up   Options Suspension   
Pastor Rydgren  Dark Side of the Flower   Options Silhouette Segments   
Harvey Matusow's Jews Harp Band  Afghan Red   Options War Between Fats and Thins   
David Moss  Tongue   Options Terrain   
Rune Lindblad  Innan Konsert   Options    
Dick Hyman  Topless Dancers of Corfu   Options Moog   
Gil Trythall  Yakety Moog   Options    
Don Buchla and Robert Moog  In the Beginning: Etude II   Options   a David Rosenboom Number 
Richard Trythall  Ommagio a Jerry Lee Lewis   Options CMCD  va 
John Oswald  Dab   Options Plunderphonic   
Negativland  Time Zones   Options Escape for Noise   
Skeleton Crew  It's Fine   Options Learn to Talk   
?  Twin Conch-Shell Solo   Folk Muisc of India (Orissa)   
?  "Punjab"   Volksmusik aus Indien   
Efisio Melis & Antonio Lara  Fiuda Allegra e Punt'e Organu part II   Options    
?  Novena di Natale     from the ethnomusicological archives of the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, Rome 
The Jazz Composer's Orchestra  Communications #9   Options The Jazz Composer's Orchestra   
Kent Carter  Stretch   Options    

Listener comments!

  Fri. 3/27/09 12:03pm annie:

first comment!
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:03pm Ike:

Yeah! Scratch it!

Only WFMU can get me high. Neither alcohol nor weed seem to have any effect.
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:04pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

Bryce, you were in my dream last night. In the dream you and I were hanging out in an under water house trying to figure out what to do. We couldn't leave the house because a hurricane was coming. So we played Yahtzee.
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:04pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

The rest of the dream took place at work and was not very interesting.
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:05pm Drunk right now:

I like yahtzee
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:06pm GP:

Ah Flash..you truly ARE the Grandmaster!
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:06pm Cecile:

Flash! One time!
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:08pm Glenn L:

The German version of Yahtzee's really hardcore,
pretty damn sure it's called Nazi.
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:08pm GP:

Is that Clay Pigeon on the vocals?
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:09pm Cecile:

Glenn L, my mom is so into Yahtzee my sisters call her the Yahtzee Nazi.

I hate that f'ing game.
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:09pm GP:

Yeah Glenn, I found that out...note to self...learn German first before playing German Yahtzee.
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:10pm bcsterrett:

Which Yann Tomita album is this from?
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:10pm annie:

i just love a simple game of go
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:11pm Glenn L:

A roll of the dice really does decide your fate.
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:11pm Cecile:

I like all the games like Trouble, Sorry or Parcheesi where you get to slide and knock the persson back to start.
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:12pm annie:

cecile a person's true nature sometimes emerges in those games..
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:12pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

I just recently started playing Yahtzee. Funny enough the first time I played it alone I scored four Yahtzees. Every time I've played against someone, however I have never got a yahtzee. I couldn't tell you how the Bryce game went last night... I'm not sure if we even played or just talked about playing.
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:13pm Cecile:

heh heh.
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:14pm mb:

Dalek keeps it grimey
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:14pm annie:

hey bryce, i'm gonna go out and play with seeds and soil... i'm turning up the volume... rage on...
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:15pm Ike:

Do rapping Däleks still try to exterminate all humans?
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:16pm still b/p:

Who knows.
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:17pm Carmichael:

Damn. Damn. This is definitely shit flyin' Friday. Calm me down, Bryce.
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:21pm maria:

hi bryce. how you doing today? are you actually there, or are you an impostor?
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:21pm Bryce's mom:

Son, good to hear ya bumpin' that abstract hip-hop ish. Good to know what I thought you wasn't all lost. Yo don't forget to give me back that ATCQ cd you borrowed. Word.
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:24pm Parq:

'Cile, is Trouble the one with the pop-up dome for the die? I've dug that game man and boy for as long as it's been out.

Annie, I thought Watchmen was terrific. But I saw it in Imax and I generally really go for that kind of picture.
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:27pm Ike:

The first time I ever heard abstract or independent hip-hop was Basehead circa 1991. I was like, "Say what?" And then Rise Robots Rise *really* confused me.
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:27pm annie:

parq, see it's all a matter of perspective. if i had been seein it with my kid and in imax i prolly would have totally dug it... alone in a small room with a dvd running... well, meh! there is a great theater near here. he might bring it back. otherwise. i guess i'm out another be-in with great film.
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:27pm dr.who:

Dälek always has an excellent soundscape to rap over...
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:27pm Sean Daily:

Not even close to first comment! Woo hoo!
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:29pm Sean Daily:

Music To Ex-Ter-Min-Ate In-Fer-I-Or Life-Forms To.
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:30pm Doug from DC:

This is sick. I'm going to the record store for my lunch hour. Thanks.
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:30pm Parq:

For pity's sake, stop already with the Dr. Who references! The kid just cracked up on that series and she's been home on spring break armed with a stack of DVDs. I'm hearing that theramin-y theme song in my sleep.
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:32pm Sean Daily:

But Paaaaarrrrrrq! Torturing you is my hobby!
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:33pm Carmichael:

Exactly Parq. I feel about people who are into Dr. Who the same way I feel about people who are into EST.
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:34pm Ike:

Theremin-y? Wow, so she's watching the old classics, not the modernized 2005-onwards version?

Carm, jeez. Est?!? Yikes. It's just TV.
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:35pm postmanpaul:

ach the noo exterminate, is a scottish dialect. hehe
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:36pm Carmichael:

Which is my point, Ike. To others, it's the sole reason for living. And talking endlessly about it.
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:38pm Parq:

No, Ike, it's the new ones, hence not theramin, only theramin-y. Currently, we're watching the one with the blonde babe from the projects. Carm, the daughter's not one of those, thank the Lord. Or the Timelord.
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:40pm BSI:

ah, lovely.
me needs heep big tumble down the fleshy organ vortex into DRONE ZONE...
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:41pm Sean Daily:

To celebrate Parq's daughter power-watching Doctor Who, I think Bryce should play the ten minute "What are you doing here?" Doctor Who fan reel.

Heh heh heh...
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:43pm bryce:

you hhhhhhhhhheeelllllooooooooooooooooooooooo

i'm hummingbirding into sliding doors. i'll stuff the foam chunks back in soon.
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:46pm BSI:

hummingbirds are NOT to be trusted.
we know this.
can't read 'em... bastards!
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:46pm bryce:

my keeper!!!!
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:47pm still b/p:

Cage match: Budgie v. Hummingbird
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:47pm north guinea hills:

this is the pan(a)sonic 12" that got me into their shenanigans....
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:48pm Old Soothsayer:

broadcasting from an asylum today bryce? a post-marathon dark veil has been cast over us all i fear.
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:49pm BSI:

not so much "keeper" as tele-psychic spinal-column puppeteer supergod thing. It's weird at first, but once the swelling subsides, it'll all be.... just.... fine.
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:50pm annie:

must... turn....it.....up.....
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:51pm Cecile:

Parq, that is it indeed.

Annie, I posted on Doug's list, but my husband liked Watchmen very much. Just plan on a long movie...
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:52pm Parq:

Quiet, he's about to say the soothe.
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:52pm bryce:

a full 8x4x6 is a happy 8x4x6
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:54pm Ike:

BSI and b/p, I like the way you think/link.

Carm, honestly, the author Charles Stross, by comparison, reveals the absurd limitations of DW or most TV sci-fi, but it's still fun.
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:54pm annie:

yeah, cecile i'm gonna have to see it with someone who digs that stuff, achieve the contact high. jeez i love these beats..
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:54pm SmallyBiggs:

plan on a long, soft-core porn movie, annie.
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:56pm annie:

true dat? really, biggs? hhmm. then i have to pick wisely my companion..
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:58pm Parq:

Annie, there's really only one scene that's over the top, but that one scene is definitely over the top. Also, if it matters, there are some really gruesome violent scenes.
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:58pm SmallyBiggs:

Yes, truly. Lots and lots of graphic sexual content.
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:59pm SmallyBiggs:

Yes, truly. Lots and lots of graphic sexual content.
  Fri. 3/27/09 12:59pm Carmichael:

Ike, I'm just venting. I have about 10 different-sized boots stuck halfway up my ass, so I'm perceiving the darker side of Man this A.M.

Things will be better the more I listen.
  Fri. 3/27/09 1:01pm Parq:

Smally is stuttering - that scene really got to you, huh?
  Fri. 3/27/09 1:01pm annie:

i read about the massive amount of violence.. .. hhmm. these reviews are quite helpful... is it worth the effort? i'd have to view it with someone who likes that kind of stuff.. oh!! yeah, my other half.. he'd love it!! ok... i'll have him boost a copy
  Fri. 3/27/09 1:02pm Cecile:

My husband DID NOT Like the violence, but apart from that...
  Fri. 3/27/09 1:06pm annie:

normally, i like most stuff under the right circumstances. even the bad stuff like beavis and butthead and jim carrey... .. if bob isn't interested i'd prolly not see it alone.
  Fri. 3/27/09 1:09pm Carmichael:

Speaking of "the bad stuff", was I dreaming last night or did I really see some Hollywood gossip talk about a new 3 Stooges movie with Sean Penn, Benicio Del Toro and Jim Carrey???
  Fri. 3/27/09 1:12pm BSI:

I can see it now...
Benicio Del Toro waving that goddamned knife around and ordering Sean Penn to throw the radio in the bathtub when White Rabbit peaks...
...or did I dream THAT?
  Fri. 3/27/09 1:13pm texas scott:

hey Carm

  Fri. 3/27/09 1:13pm annie:

oh, no please let it be a dream....
  Fri. 3/27/09 1:16pm BSI:

oh jeezus, now who's stalking whom?

I just used that image in a magazine layout about a month ago...

paranoid? moi?
  Fri. 3/27/09 1:21pm bryce:

  Fri. 3/27/09 1:21pm Carmichael:

The 3 Stooges are what's made this country so great. Is there nothing sacred?!?
  Fri. 3/27/09 1:24pm bartelby:

  Fri. 3/27/09 1:26pm texas scott:

ad nauseum
  Fri. 3/27/09 1:27pm bryce:

bon abend
  Fri. 3/27/09 1:29pm Carmichael:

Here, pidgie pidgie ....
  Fri. 3/27/09 1:31pm texas scott:

anti semite
  Fri. 3/27/09 1:32pm BSI:

Mourning Doves at an eephin' rally!
  Fri. 3/27/09 1:36pm bryce:

  Fri. 3/27/09 1:39pm texas scott:

  Fri. 3/27/09 1:39pm Carmichael:

  Fri. 3/27/09 1:46pm texas scott:

  Fri. 3/27/09 1:48pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

Dick Hyman is almost as good of a radio name as Peter Adonis
  Fri. 3/27/09 1:50pm BSI:

here in the DC area, we had a LANCE BOYLE on WMUC about 20+ years ago...
  Fri. 3/27/09 1:50pm Cecile:

Or John Thomas Johnson
  Fri. 3/27/09 1:51pm texas scott:

or Tits McGillicutti
  Fri. 3/27/09 1:53pm Jonathan Marx:

hell yes, Country Moog! we Nashvillians are proud of Gil Trythall, although I don't think he lives here anymore. I had a friend who was so obsessed with this record, he finally tracked Mr. Trythall down in Brazil.
  Fri. 3/27/09 1:53pm Cecile:

so I want to run around at hyperspeed with cops chasing after me in a funny way
  Fri. 3/27/09 1:53pm fishmonkeystew:

Though there's not as much innuendo, I occasionally work with a guy named Bucky Love. We also have a local real estate agent named Debbie Gumbs.....
  Fri. 3/27/09 1:53pm Carmichael:

I worked in that industry in a previous life. I worked around guys named Sam Sonite, Pete Zerria, and Rick Shaw. Also a woman named Sue Nommi.
  Fri. 3/27/09 1:54pm bryce:

we have another one by him here, "Nashville Gold." he did avant garbage, too! maybe i'll dig some out...
  Fri. 3/27/09 1:54pm bryce:

did you say BRAZIL?
  Fri. 3/27/09 1:55pm texas scott:

i know a debbie peed
  Fri. 3/27/09 1:55pm bartelby:

*ding* fries are done
  Fri. 3/27/09 1:55pm Carmichael:

Bryce, I hope you have some Ondioline coming up.
  Fri. 3/27/09 1:56pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

When I was growing up I lived around the corner of an Andy Butts.
  Fri. 3/27/09 1:56pm Carmichael:

At my last desk job, I worked with Gary Puckett, Diana Ross and Linda Tripp.
  Fri. 3/27/09 1:57pm Jonathan Marx:

Yup, Brazil. Don't know if he's still there. Yeah, I've got both of his Moog-goes-country LPs. They were released on a local label, which also put out one of my all-time favorite records, The Feminine Complex, which was five high-school girls from Nashville. We have much to be proud of here in Music City USA!
  Fri. 3/27/09 1:58pm Mike Fun:

Loving the electronic stuff. Thanks, Bryce! Maybe some Raymond Scott? (yeah, I know, this isn't Irwin's show...)
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:02pm Carmichael:

I found the collection called "Ohm -- The History of Electronic Sound" for a steal at a used CD place. Some truly enlightening stuff on there, as far back as the early '50s.
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:03pm Jonathan Marx:

Wow, a whole other side of Gil Trythall I didn't even know about! Here's an interview with him that my pal wrote up for the weekly paper in Nashville a few years ago:


Oh, great show, by the way! Should have mentioned that already.
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:03pm Hugo:

I once heard Buchla and Rosenboom from a record they did together. Very Terry Riley-ish. Analogue is making a comeback, isn't it?

Off to see Faust this evening. The band, not the play.
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:03pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

I had one of the voice/tape manipulations from that OHM box set as my answering machine message for almost two years.
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:05pm Hugo:

Yep, got the Ohm. Recommended. There is also a five-double cd set of electronica and noise from Sub Rosa.
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:06pm Mike Fun:

Wow, this is like like Negativland's first couple of albums.
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:08pm texas scott:

  Fri. 3/27/09 2:09pm bryce:

take that, russia!
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:10pm BSI:

eleven time zones.
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:10pm bryce:

hugo, are they flying around?
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:11pm Mike Fun:

11? That's not even funny.

The cover to the Plunderphonics album is, tho
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:12pm BSI:

  Fri. 3/27/09 2:15pm Ike:

Record all the noise!
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:17pm Mike Fun:

Thanks for the good thoughts.
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:19pm nic:

so funny this was on DFM.NU this morning
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:20pm Carmichael:

Their time zones go up to 11.
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:20pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

I am enjoying a cake entenmann's donut while listening to bryce. Doesn't get much more Friday than that.
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:20pm Marshall Stacks:

11 time zones = 0.11 time zones.
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:22pm Carmichael:

OK, I'm converted. Negativland it is for me.
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:23pm still b/p:

Dunk that sinker in a Jameson's or an IPA, and you mark the day with a righteous rite.
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:24pm annie:

hhmmm. makes me think............... popcorn with butter and garlic and salt...
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:25pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

Marshall, I think it is actual 0.00011 time zones.
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:27pm Carmichael:

Some Tuvan throat singing would fit very nicely here.
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:30pm Marshall Stacks:

Pearlÿ, only if you're using rubles.
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:30pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

I heard the new Conch-Shell Hero comes out tomorrow. I hope this song is on it. I'd shred it up.
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:30pm still b/p:

Ohh, so this is what Cecile's been on about for weeks....Fight of the Conch Chords
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:31pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

Marshall, let me go get our CSR manager real fast. Maybe they'd be able to help you out better.
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:32pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

  Fri. 3/27/09 2:32pm Mike Fun:

Was that only a test, or should I flee?
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:33pm Hugo:

Is the Emergency Alert System an example of Folk Music of America (New Jersey)?
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:33pm Mike:

  Fri. 3/27/09 2:33pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

I dunno... but I sure could go for a nice egg burt sandwich. I'd dip that in Jameson's too.
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:33pm Parq:

What about Wegmans?
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:34pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

If the cup was big enough, Parq, I'd dip it.
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:36pm bryce:

  Fri. 3/27/09 2:37pm BSI:

damn... now I need a Bollywood fix.
NAGIN is a good one. Snake woman kills everyone. And sings. Awesome.
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:38pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

I'd like to think this is the song that is on as you walk out of a deep dark forest into a sunny valley. Your legs scrap the tall grass and as your eyes slowly adjust to the sun again, you notice your whole body is swarming with ticks. This song is the sound of the ticks dancing on your body.
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:39pm Mike Fun:

Sounds like Hans Reichel's Daxophone
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:39pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

The film version would be directed by Alejandro Jodorowsky.
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:40pm Parq:

When I make my Bryce biopic, I'm going to call it "The Sound of Ticks Dancing".
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:42pm Cecile:

I think Alejandro Jodorowsky should direct that 3 Stooges remake.
I like that Parq.
Has it been weeks, b/p? Sorry. But not real sorry.
They should play conchs. that would be cool.
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:43pm Joanne:

This sounds like southern Italian music. If it is-- it's so beautiful.
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:43pm BSI:

In Jodorowsky's version, the ticks would have highly amplified mandible chattery noises and nearby, a woman with a one-eyed pervert rabbit would be punching a wall three hundred feet high with ten thousand burning potatoes nailed to it, and screaming GOD! GOD! GOD! GOD!

.... holy hell, I'd love that movie.
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:44pm bryce:

joanne, it was sicilian!
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:45pm Hugo:

That kind of movie would even make me want to go to a cinema ...
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:45pm Carmichael:

Too bad Klaus Kinski's dead. He'd make a perfect Moe. Out on a raft in the river with his dead daughter, screaming to the heathens on shore.
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:47pm bryce:

hahaaa, that's the best moe suggestion i've heard yet
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:48pm Carmichael:

It's noon. Time for salad rolls and a noodle bowl.
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:48pm still b/p:

And he can't get the helmet off.....funnnneeee!
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:49pm Joanne:

Ahhhh... Let me tell you how special that part of the world is. And guys-- it's like a Fellini movie.
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:51pm Parq:

Almost Jam time! How many hours different from NYC is Limerick?
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:52pm Cecile:

isn't it early evening next tuesday there?
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:53pm Hugo:

Five-hour time difference for those of us on European Mean Time. Limerick is GMT, so four hours?
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:56pm Parq:

Cecile, remember Frederic March the Second? Remember Tuesday Weld? If they'd gotten married, she would have been Tuesday March the Second.
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:57pm bryce:

  Fri. 3/27/09 2:57pm Cecile:

lmao, parq!
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:58pm Cecile:

bbbyebye bbryce
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:59pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

Bye Bryce! Tonight maybe we'll play Battleship?
  Fri. 3/27/09 2:59pm annie:

ok, i'm off to dig in the dirt... y'all have a great weekend
  Fri. 3/27/09 3:00pm Cecile:

I'm jelz, annie, have a great time
  Fri. 3/27/09 6:18pm miketp:

a dowm the block neighbor name is arno bulltot. also i know o blubberhead.
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