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A yurt for the transgenred.

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Options April 6, 2013: “Summon The Discrete Indicator!”

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Ulrich Susse  o6oe (excerpt)   Options Komposition mit Elektronik  Ars Produktion Schumacher    0:00:00 ()
Bernard Xolotl  Electronic Walkyrie   Options "Last Wave"  Spalax    0:23:11 ()
Sr. Click  Buscando Libertad   Options Electronic Music 2007 De Catalunya A Cura De Javier Blanquez  Institut Catala De Les Industries Culturals    0:31:28 ()
Atom TM  Stop (Imperialist Pop)   Options HD  Raster-Noton    0:35:05 ()
Solange  Losing You   Options True  Terrible Records    0:38:40 ()
Lapalux   Without You   Options Nostalchic  Brainfeeder    0:42:58 ()
Musica D'Repuesto  Suite #3 of 11   Options Variaciones En La Cuertda Vol. 1: Una vision del Rock en Cuba  Luna Negra    0:47:54 ()
Ergo Phizmiz  Ophelia   Options Eleven Songs  Care In The Community    0:55:04 ()
 
Wire  Doubles and Trebles   Options Change Becomes Us  Pink Flag    1:06:52 ()
Magic Hour  When I Remembered   Options Will They Turn You On Or Will They Turn On You  Twisted Village    1:10:40 ()
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds  We Real Cool   Options Push The Sky Away  Bad Seed Ltd.    1:13:54 ()
Evangelista  Lucky Lucky Luck   Options Hello, Voyager  Constellation    1:18:09 ()
PJ Harvey  The Life and Death of Mr. Badmouth   Options Uh Huh Her  Island    1:21:28 ()
Rachel Zeffira  Goodbye Divine   Options The Deserters  Paper Bag    1:26:03 ()
The Concretes  Warm Night   Options The Concretes  Astralwerks    1:30:03 ()
Eve and the Last Waltz  Jackson Pollock   Options Turpentine  Biem    1:33:41 ()
Colleen  The Golden Morning Breaks   Options The Golden Morning Breaks  Leaf    1:38:04 ()
Plinth  The Sunken Carillon   Options Collected Machine Music  Time Released Sound    1:43:18 ()
Kronos Quartet  Quartet No. 4*   Options Night Prayers  Elektra Nonesuch  *Sofia Gubaidulina (composer)  1:48:57 ()
 
Vienna Art Orchestra  Vexations 1611   Options The Minimalism Of Erik Satie  Hatology    2:07:16 ()
Bill Evans  Displacement   Options Emergence  FiveFour    2:16:09 ()
Michael Attias  Subway Fish-Knit   Options Spun Tree  Clean Feed    2:18:40 ()
Roscoe Mitchell  Chant   Options Roscoe Mitchell: Duets With Tyshawn Sorey and Special Guest Hugh Ragin  Wide Hive    2:24:10 ()
Ran Blake & Sara Serpa  Moonride   Options Aurora  Clean Feed    2:32:44 ()
Music Fur Allum  Ja Det Ar Roligt Att Leva   Options Twice  Trum Trum    2:35:54 ()
The Magnetic Fields  Promises of Eternity   Options 69 Love Songs, Vol. 2  Merge    2:38:36 ()
The Fallen Angels  Silent Garden   Options The Roulette Masters Part 2 of 2  Collectables    2:41:58 ()
Shirley Collins  Lady Margaret and Sweet William   Options The Power of the True Love Knot  Fledg'ling    2:43:42 ()
The Family Elan  Over The Hills And Fields I Wander (The Bells Of Earthly Wonder)   Options Stare of Dawn  Locust    2:48:46 ()
Paivansade  Lempi Karkaa Pihasta   Options Puhalluspelto  Eclipse    2:54:36 ()

Listener comments!

     Sat. 4/6/13 12:20am rich:

Good morning everyone.
Visuals for this week: www.robertsmithson.com
Avatar Sat. 4/6/13 12:23am fleep:

I would take the Warning Tissue concept a step further, and include a Fortune Tissue somewhere in each box, with lotto numbers. And in just one box, a magic Golden Tissue that gets you a tour of the Kleenex Factory.
     Sat. 4/6/13 12:26am rich:

and the unnaturally hued dwarfs that sing the songs of congestion and allergy
Avatar Sat. 4/6/13 12:31am Kristina Koffee:

Hello hello
  Sat. 4/6/13 12:39am Spaniel:

i swear, this solange song is following me. i really liked the Bernard Xoloti track
     Sat. 4/6/13 12:40am rich:

i believe the correct term is "stalking" Spaniel.
  Sat. 4/6/13 12:42am Spaniel:

yes, i will accept that. the video is really cool. www.solangemusic.com...
Avatar    Sat. 4/6/13 1:05am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Evening.
Avatar    Sat. 4/6/13 1:07am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...Is this new w/ big icon images only showing the middle part? Or is this too just a hallucination I share only w/ my outdated Browser?
     Sat. 4/6/13 1:09am rich:

it's nice to share hallucinations with the inanimate, it gives them something to look forward to.
Avatar    Sat. 4/6/13 1:10am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- a heartwarming thot - but doesn't answer my question : ) ...
Avatar    Sat. 4/6/13 1:12am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

I guess the people who shelled out $90 to see Nick Cave aren't complaining...
Avatar Sat. 4/6/13 1:13am fleep:

RRN Your avatar is cropped, yes, into a square. As is mine. This is new. Your are not hallucinating this. You are, however, hallucinating everything else.
Avatar    Sat. 4/6/13 1:15am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Thx fleep. You are always reliable for a heaping helping of perspective.
Avatar    Sat. 4/6/13 1:23am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...@ least I'm not self-conscious about my 'tar being bigger than others now...Cropping prob. the inevitable & half-expected...
...let's try monochrome icon to fit my mood...
- Robert Smithson Link reminds me of a PBS (?) History of Art series that first intro'd me to @ least a few Concepts & details - term 'Post-Modern' starting w/ Architecture in early 70's & such. Don't suppose y'all could help me put a finger on it...
Avatar Sat. 4/6/13 1:31am Pete from Boston (and NJ):

Thanks for the Smithson reminder, rich.
Avatar Sat. 4/6/13 1:34am Pete from Boston (and NJ):

The MIT Press here had a book about Smithson called "Learning from New Jersey and Elsewhere." The first time I heard this title I was a little sad it was no longer available for my own biography.
Avatar Sat. 4/6/13 1:35am Pete from Boston (and NJ):

This "Jackson Pollock" is pretty beautiful track you've found here.
Avatar    Sat. 4/6/13 1:36am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...having had home internet not too long now, & FMU subsequently becoming the hub of my consciousness - it could work for me too now...
Avatar    Sat. 4/6/13 1:38am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Yes Mr. Hazelton : This is suiting my mood pretty well...appreciated...
Avatar Sat. 4/6/13 1:38am Pete from Boston (and NJ):

I did a lot of learning in New Jersey, most of it without realizing I was doing it, and everything else is framed by it.
Avatar    Sat. 4/6/13 1:44am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...all I know is smalltown North New England & Santa Barbara, CA - two extreme diagonal opposite corners of the map - prob. neither particularly representative of Reality (reinforcing fleep's opinion of my perceptions)...
Avatar Sat. 4/6/13 1:44am fleep:

I like that Spiral Jetty got submerged and reappeared, it turns it into an instant ancient monument, Smithson was big on entropy.
Avatar Sat. 4/6/13 1:48am Pete from Boston (and NJ):

I'm starting to get and like the favorite songs feature. I just note various interesting tracks and passively assemble my own playlist that is very interesting for me to reflect back on later.
Avatar    Sat. 4/6/13 1:49am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...@ the end of this video series I refer to, it posited Environmental Art as an example of Where Art Might Be Going Now, & Spiral Jetty as an example of that
...After living in Santa Barbara, one of the 1st things that struck me on returning to North New England was the combination of the Picturesque & the Impoverished & the Weatherbeaten. This woudn't be allowed in S.B. California is like a great series of Theme Parks.
Avatar    Sat. 4/6/13 1:52am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

A friend gave me a Mac, so looking forward to the Favoriting experience (can't on this old Browser).
Avatar    Sat. 4/6/13 2:02am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...suddenly realize the hour...once again for some reason I choose to listen to FMU in my sleep - like letting this station do to my subconscious what the elements do to a Smithson installation - or is that outstallation...
  Sat. 4/6/13 2:11am Marmalade Kitty:

this could go on for a long time...
     Sat. 4/6/13 2:55am rich:

Thank you for listening. Have a pleasant week.
  Sat. 4/6/13 2:56am dax:

I was tuned in for a good portion
  Sat. 4/6/13 2:56am dax:

is this Volkswagen always the background
  Sat. 4/6/13 2:57am dax:

wether its a Saab or a Subaru.great show
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