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Shoe-gazey, freak-folky, glitch-poppy grooves in electro-acoustic boglands. Also some found sound and bad jokes

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Options October 22, 2021: ALGOBOG
Huge thanks to everyone who recommended algorithmic/generative music in this Twitter thread!

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Image Description: A gif of a discoball melding into boglands. Credits: The ALGOBOG poster image is itself AI-generated using the CLIP and BigGAN neural networks using code from Ryan Murdock (@advadnoun) and using the prompt 'disco swamp algorithm.'
Image Description: A gif of a discoball melding into boglands. Credits: The ALGOBOG poster image is itself AI-generated using the CLIP and BigGAN neural networks using code from Ryan Murdock (@advadnoun) and using the prompt 'disco swamp algorithm.'
Image Description: A gif of a discoball melding into boglands. Credits: The ALGOBOG poster image is itself AI-generated using the CLIP and BigGAN neural networks using code from Ryan Murdock (@advadnoun) and using the prompt 'disco swamp algorithm.'

Artist Track Album Label Comments Images Approx. start time
Cosmo with Chuy and Tom Noble / Dalthan  I Need It (Tom Noble remix) / Skittles' Greetings   Options Unreleased  Cosmo with Chuy and Tom Noble / Dalthan  Made with rave.dj. Hacker News thread speculating about how it works.    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Saltzshaker / Holly+ / Never Before Heard Sounds  Brewing Bog   Options   Holly+ / Never Before Heard Sounds  Discobog original! Made with audio style transfer from wind chime and bog sounds into strings via gan.style, played alongside Holly+, as performed by Greg Sadetsky (aka Discobog dj whisperer). Holly+ is "a custom voice instrument and website by Never Before Heard Sounds, allows for anyone to upload polyphonic audio and receive a download of that music sung back in my distinctive processed voice."    0:04:52 (Pop‑up)
Holly Herndon, Jlin, Spawn  Godmother   Options Godmother  4AD  Holly Herndon in Stereogum: "Spawn can already do quite a few wonderful things. ‘Godmother’ was generated from her listening to the artworks of her godmother Jlin, and attempting to reimagine them in her mother’s voice. This piece of music was generated from silence with no samples, edits, or overdubs, and trained with the guidance of Spawn’s godfather Jules LaPlace. 
0:12:24 (Pop‑up)
Dane Law  Marsden Run   Options Algorithmic Music for Synthesized Strings  Astral Plane Recordings  Via Bandcamp: "'Built on MIDI files processed through a second order Markov strong algorithm, songs like “Running Hill” and “Southbound to denshaw” impose a certain music box familiarity, opening a portal to a world of skewed geometries where known forms are not what they seem. Meanwhile, the two part “Delph” saga embraces a spectral queasiness, morphing the ear’s ability to locate the shape of sound in time." 
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Jan St. Werner  Glottal Wolpertinger Feedback Modulations 3 / B   Options Glottal Wolpertinger Feedback Modulations  Thrill Jockey  Via Bandcamp: "Glottal Wolpertinger was initially conceived as a radio installation for documenta 14 with each of the tracks broadcasting individually over the course of ten weeks and culminating in a convergence of all eight tracks at a performance in Athens. The pieces consist of microtonally tuned feedback, multispectral drones which Werner modulated and filtered with a purposeful, and indeed vocalized, emphasis given to the different frequencies and textures used." 
0:19:06 (Pop‑up)
Kraftwerk  Kling Klang Machine Demo (excerpt)   Options Kling Klang Machine App  Kraftwerk  Generative music app from Kraftwerk! No longer available. Demo on YouTube. Original description via Wired: "The 'Kling Klang Machine No1' is billed as an 'interactive 24 hour music generator'. There is a 24-hour timezone map interface which registers your location. When you switch on the machine you hear a different, automated musical soundscape depending on which timezone you are in."    0:23:10 (Pop‑up)
Art Practical Audio / Paul DeMarinis  Forest Booties (excerpt)   Options Unreleased  Art Practical Audio / Paul DeMarinis  Generated from a model of Paul DeMarinis's Pygmy Gamelon instrument, as described in Analysis of a Unique Pingable Circuit: The Gamelan Resonator (Werner & Teboul, 2021): "a study of the circuits developed by artist Paul DeMarinis for the touring version of his work Pygmy Gamelan. Each of the six copies of the original circuit, developed June-July 1973, produce a carefully tuned and unique five-tone scale. These are obtained by five resonator circuits which pitch pings produced by a crude antenna fed into clocked bit-shift registers. While this resonator circuit may seem related to classic Bridged-T and Twin-T designs, common in analog drum machines, DeMarinis’ work actually presents a unique and previously undocumented variation on those canonical circuits." 
0:25:33 (Pop‑up)
SKYGGE  Mr. Shadow   Options Hello World, Composed with Artificial Intelligence  Sony CSL  Via YouTube: "'Mister Shadow' is composed with Flow Machines, in the style of American songwriters such as Irving Berlin, Duke Ellington, George Gershwin and Cole Porter. French composer Benoît Carré arranged and produced the song, and wrote the lyrics."    0:26:38 (Pop‑up)
Andrew Pekler  Phantom Islands – A Sonic Atlas   Options Phantom Islands – A Sonic Atlas  Andrew Pekler  Performed live (by saltzshaker) in browser using the Phantom Islands site: "Phantom Islands are artifacts of the age of maritime discovery and colonial expansion. During centuries of ocean exploration these islands were sighted, charted, described and even explored – but their existence has never been ultimately verified...Phantom Islands – A Sonic Atlas interprets and presents these imaginations in the form of an interactive map which charts the sounds of a number of historical phantom islands."    0:29:43 (Pop‑up)
Evan F. Lynch  The Bog Blues   Options The Bog Blues - Dynamix Parametric Specification Editor Web app  SensorChimes  Performed live (by saltzshaker) in browser using the Dynamix Parametric Specification editor as part of SensorChimes: Musical Mapping for sensor networks (MIT Media Lab, Responsive Environments Group): "The Bog Blues is an experiment in making parametric music with instrumental samples rather than more traditional approaches, which might drive harmony-aware sound synthesizers to produce stochastic melodies based on parameters. The mapping is based on "parametric mixing." Eighteen tracks were recorded on cello, guitar, bass, and drums. Each track is associated with a Gaussian distribution in a five-dimensional parameter space defined by absolute and deviation metrics measured by sensor devices at Tidmarsh. Each device adds a voice to a chorus which is a mix of the eighteen tracks weighted by these Gaussian distributions. Thanks to Daniel Manesh for contributing the drum tracks." 
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Aphex Twin  #12   Options Selected Ambient Works Volume II  Warp Records  Commentary from Marc Weidenbaum, decribing his 33 1/2 book on this track ("the one with the wind chimes") on Aphex Twin's Selected Ambient Works Volume II: "In brief, the wind chime is a 'generative' instrument. It is a system that is enacted, rather than a score that is followed linearly. For an ambient track to employ the wind chime is for it to do more than just use rhythm for texture; it’s to explore texture as rhythm, how something can feel like a rhythm yet not actually have a rhythm, at least not in the traditional sense of having a dependable, mappable beat." 
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Nao Tokui  Vox Pop-uli   Options Vox Pop-uli  Surf on Entropy  Via Bandcamp: "Micro-house in the age of Artificial Intelligence. In case you are curious about the technical background... I used AI to: 1. Generate rhythm patterns (Variational Autoencoder) 2. Classify music instruments/voices to find specific sound from vast amount of audio samples (CNN on spectrograms) 3. Estimate the pitch of the sampled sound An homage to Akufen." 
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Young Paint, Actress  Travel Paint   Options Young Paint  Werk__Ltd. / The Vinyl Factory  Via The Vinyl Factory: "Young Paint (aka Jade Soulform aka Francis aka Generation 4 aka AZD) is a Learning Program that has been progressively emulating the Greyscale to Silvertone process Darren J. Cunningham started during the recording of the Hazyville LP on Werkdiscs in 2008. A decade later much of the Actress material, both composed, recorded and performed live has incorporated partially independent YPAi." 
0:46:41 (Pop‑up)
Diwas ft. CHEPANG, Kutumba, and Hari Maharjan Project  Dreaming of Nepal   Options AI Song Contest 2021  Diwas ft. CHEPANG, Kutumba, and Hari Maharjan Project  Via the AI Song Contest 2021: "CHEPANG has released two albums expressing extreme grindcore music. Their work and thinking is progressively growing towards doing new things, always moving forward. This project started out by training on their latest album CHATTA and later evolved into exploring SampleRNN with varying music from Nepal." 
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Camilla Padgitt-Coles  Plant Music in D   Options Unreleased  Camilla Padgitt-Coles  Snake plant, MIDI Sprout (Now plantwave.com), and Ableton for 4 channels recorded live at ISSUE Project Room May 10, 2018 - generated from electrodes on a snake plant using a Midi Sprout + Ableton (~8 minutes)    0:52:32 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:

HS053: Infinite Sea   Options



AI-pitch (poorly) generated in GPT-2 with infer.kit.
Human Scale is an app that "produces and releases algorithmic media." "Infinite sea is an interpretation of Terry Riley’s “In C” for infinite duration with sounds provided by Weirding Module. Imagine Sonic Boom leading the Wrecking Crew on a shambling walk along a 1-dimensional sphere composed of Riley’s 53 patterns. It’s the soundtrack for your eternal day at the beach, some fun-in-the-sun that never ends. And why should it? Why not keep on jamming forever."


1:00:11 (Pop‑up)
Laurie Spiegel / Tero Parviainen  Music Mouse   Options Web app  Laurie Spiegel / Tero Parviainen  Performed live (by saltzshaker) in browser using the Teropa Music Mouse emulator.     
Christian Marclay  Record Without A Cover   Options Record Without A Cover  Recycled Records  Via Wikipedia: "Record Without a Cover was sold without any packaging, such that the wear and tear on it gradually transformed the sound of each copy. The record's reverse side is printed with instructions not to "store in a protective package", which gradually becomes less legible as the record is played repeatedly. The record's transformation can be interpreted as a form of spontaneous composition, with each copy becoming a distinct performance. Marclay wanted to ensure that 'you can't ignore the medium', and the evolving sound of the record blurs what he originally recorded with the way in which the record has physically changed.'"    1:13:29 (Pop‑up)
Brian House, Annie Aries, and Marcel  Metric Displacement   Options Unreleased  Brian House, Annie Aries, and Marcel  Via Brian House: "Three electronic musicians, quarantined in different cities across the globe, record a series of short rhythmic loops. Each loop is subsequently cut into a lock groove on a vinyl record and played back on a turntable in each location. Video and audio from the turntables are streamed to a Zoom meeting so that the rhythms can be heard together, but only as transformed by the temporal distortions inherent to Zoom and its network infrastructure. Each day, new lock grooves are selected after the previous ones begin to physically degrade from continuous playback."    1:21:00 (Pop‑up)
Absolute Value of Noise and Anna Friz  rain drops | rain falling   Options Solar Radio / Embodied Radio Device  Absolute Value of Noise and Anna Friz  via Bandcamp: "Solar Radio is an automated radio station that is powered by the sun. It is a small artificial intelligence mechanism that wakes up at sunrise, mixes and broadcasts sound during the day, fades into the sunset, and goes back to sleep during the night. It watches the world through radio-based and bio-electric sensors - observing the state of the natural world and the sun. The AI tries to recreate the sounds of life in its immediate environment - imitating the sounds of insects, birds, frogs, magnetic phenomena, the wind moving through the trees, rain falling, and waves on the ocean."    1:23:02 (Pop‑up)
ℌEXOℜℭℑSMOS  Codice_Yoalli_Ehecatl_GAN   Options AMBIX 09 Mix  ℌEXOℜℭℑSMOS  Excerpt from mix for AMBIX 09 (8.11.2020) on Internet Public Radio. Via Soundcloud: "Sonificacion en el estilo de multiples aerofonos prehispanicos de interpolacion del espacio latente" (Translation: Sonification in the style of multiple prehispanic aerophones for interpolating latent space.) 
1:28:31 (Pop‑up)
Darren Solomon  In Bb 2.0   Options Web app  Darren Solomon  Via inbflat.net: "A collaborative music and spoken word project conceived by Darren Solomon and developed with contributions from users. The videos can be played simultaneously -- the soundtracks will work together."    1:32:40 (Pop‑up)
Svara  Svara   Options Web app  Svara  Svara is "a generative music system based on the traditional rules of Hindustani ragas. The web player is an implementation example of the generative system. The system selects a raga based on the user's local time and initializes parameters to provide a unique and continuous ambient interpretation." Code available at: https://github.com/ryantoddgarza/svara

Played alongside Andrew Pekler's Phantom Islands and Audio clips from Laurie Spiegel and George Lewis on Composition as Ethnography.
  1:37:39 (Pop‑up)
Yotam Mann  Jazz.Computer   Options Jazz.Computer Web app  Yotam Mann, Sarah Rothberg  "Jazz.Computer is an interactive song that responds to the position and direction of your scrolling that is generated live in the browser. Visual design by Sarah Rothberg"    1:43:47 (Pop‑up)
Brian Eno, Peter Chilvers  Bloom 10   Options Bloom 10 mobile app  Brian Eno, Peter Chilvers  Via Generatimusic.com: "Radically reinvented 10th anniversary version of Brian Eno and Peter Chilvers’ critically acclaimed generative music app Bloom – now with significant new features, a simplified interface, and available for the first time on Android in addition to the iPhone and iPad."    1:49:07 (Pop‑up)
Pauline Oliveros / Nadia Sirota  360 Video: Pauline Oliveros's 'Tuning Meditation' at The Met Cloisters   Options Performance  Pauline Oliveros / Nadia Sirota  Performance of Tuning Meditation. Via YouTube: "Use your finger or mouse to move around the space. You can also view in virtual reality mode on your mobile device or tablet in the YouTube app.

We recorded the audio in binaural sound, which mimics how the human brain places sound in space. Please use your headphones for optimal enjoyment.

The podcast Meet the Composer and host Nadia Sirota welcomed audiences to the Met Cloisters for an afternoon of radio- and music-making. More than 100 people gathered to sing Pauline Oliveros's 'Tuning Meditation' in the illustrious Fuentidueña Chapel."
  1:59:33 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Owen Roberts 

Doodoo   Options

Web app 

Owen Roberts 

Generative Gregorian Chant! Code at https://github.com/owenroberts/doodoo/. 


1:59:24 (Pop‑up)
Jem Finer  Longplayer (excerpt)   Options Longplayer  Jem Finer  Via Longplayer: "Longplayer is a one thousand year long musical composition. It began playing at midnight on the 31st of December 1999, and will continue to play without repetition until the last moment of 2999, at which point it will complete its cycle and begin again. Conceived and composed by Jem Finer, it was originally produced as an Artangel commission, and is now in the care of the Longplayer Trust."    2:07:59 (Pop‑up)
Steve Reich  It's Gonna Rain, Pt. 1 (1965)   Options Early Works  Nonesuch Records  Alongside Steve Reich explains his work "It's Gonna Rain." 
2:11:55 (Pop‑up)
William Basinski  dlp 1.1 (excerpt)   Options The Disintegration Loops  Temporary Residence  via Wikipedia: "In the 1980s, Basinski recorded from found sound sources, shortwave radio, and delay systems, influenced by musicians such as Steve Reich and Brian Eno.[3] Decades later, while transferring the recordings from magnetic tape to a more reliable digital format, Basinski found that the tape had deteriorated; as it passed the tape head, the ferrite detached from the plastic backing and fell off. He allowed the loops to play for extended periods as they deteriorated further, with increasing gaps and cracks in the music. He further treated the sounds with a spatializing reverb effect.[4][5] Basinski finished the project the morning of the September 11, 2001 attacks in New York City, and sat on the roof of his apartment building in Brooklyn with friends as the World Trade Center collapsed." 
2:19:39 (Pop‑up)
Julianna Barwick  Morning   Options Circumstance Synthesis  RVNG Int.  Via MicrosoftAI: “Commissioned by Sister City, a new neighbor to Commend in the Lower East Side of NYC, Circumstance Synthesis originated as an environmentally responsive soundtrack. At this score’s performative core, [Microsoft AI] generative music technology identified activity in the New York City sky through a camera perched on Sister City’s hotel’s rooftop, triggering musical progressions created by Barwick. Barwick intentionally created unique chord structures and bass, synth, and vocal lines for each progression that would work holistically with one another. Barwick then anticipated different airborne activity, and actors, and designated each a leitmotif – an airplane, bright sun, clouds, birds. The generative score powered by Microsoft AI resounded live through Sister City’s lobby space, and its documentation now finds a home on the ground as the second installment of There, Commend’s new off site archival series.”    2:22:28 (Pop‑up)
LuisaMei  Resonator   Options Affirmation of Space  LuisaMei  Via Bandcamp: "looping experiments from a new coded environment im working on in supercollider. Input is from Yamaha ypr-1 keyboard."    2:26:29 (Pop‑up)
Charles Dodge  Earth's Magnetic Field (excerpt)   Options Earth's Magnetic Field  Nonesuch Records  Via UMKC Special Collections: "With this piece, Charles Dodge mapped magnetic field data to musical sounds. Over the course of a year, 2920 readings were taken of the magnetic field. This was then mapped to a four octave span, or 45 notes (the average span of an instrument). Between different points within this data, interpolations were made to create the other aspects of the music—tempo, dynamics, and register"

Commentary from @RedThunderAudio on Twitter! “arguably the first sonification piece...this one's funny because although it's purely algorithmic and generated, Charles tweaked so much code by hand it's also very much not”
2:30:29 (Pop‑up)
Never Before Heard Sounds (Yotam Mann, Chris Deaner, James Baluyut)  Features Music   Options AI Song Contest 2021  Never Before Heard Sounds (Yotam Mann, Chris Deaner, James Baluyut)  Via the AI Song Contest 2021: "Every sound on the track (except for the drums) has been processed using a brand new instrument that we’ve been developing over the past year with the goal of creating never before heard sounds. The instrument takes any audio as input and resynthesizes it using the textures and timbres learned from a dataset of instrumental or vocal recordings. The output is imperfect and idiosyncratic, and produces unexpected (and sometimes bizarre) combinations of the model's training dataset and our input performance."    2:33:53 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:

lofi classic metal ai radio - riffs for false nostalgia 24/7   Options

YouTube live stream 


24/7 YouTube livestream: "Nothing but the classics..sorta. These songs are generated by a neural network." 


2:36:12 (Pop‑up)
OpenAI Jukebox  Alternative Metal, in the style of Mushroomhead - Jukebox   Options OpenAI Jukebox  OpenAI Jukebox  Via OpenAI Jukebox Sampler.: "a neural net that generates music, including rudimentary singing, as raw audio in a variety of genres and artist styles. We’re releasing the model weights and code, along with a tool to explore the generated samples."

Code available at https://github.com/openai/jukebox/
  2:37:24 (Pop‑up)
Danny Ryan  Snakinator   Options Unreleased  Danny Ryan  Via YouTube: "As part of an Interactive Music Systems seminar at Princeton lead by Rebecca Fiebrink, I mapped my snake's movement to an fm synthesis space through the use of the Wekinator"    2:39:54 (Pop‑up)
Pamela Z  Baggage Inspection promo   Options Video promo  Pamela Z  Promo on Vimeo. Via Pamela Z: "BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE: the Web Portal
The Baggage Allowance Web Portal is an online art work – a web-based version of the intermedia work Baggage Allowance. Designed specifically for the web medium, this piece contains muliple layers of content arranged in a series of spaces where the viewer can enter and explore. The Baggage Allowance web portal had its official launch on July 28, 2011 and will remain active indefinitely. It can be found at baggageallowance.tv." [Note: site runs on Flash, which has been deprecated, and is not currently viewable.]
2:40:10 (Pop‑up)
Alex Bainter  Animalia Chordata (short excerpt)   Options Web app  Alex Bainter  "Endless ambient generative music" from Generative.fm    2:42:37 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:

The Weather Warlock   Options



With a little Nature-Oscillator app! "The Weather Warlock (Upstate edition) is one in a series of custom-built weather-controlled analog synthesizers. Outdoor sensors detect changes in sunlight, wind, precipitation, and temperature, with output becoming particularly dynamic during periods of rapid meteorological change, such as sunrise and sunset. At Wave Farm, Weather Warlock serves as a stand-alone installation and generative composition, an online stream, as well as an interactive instrument available to visiting artists and radio programmers." 


2:45:31 (Pop‑up)
Brian Eno  Discreet Music   Options Discreet Music  Virgin Records  Via Wikipedia: "Eno set up a synthesizer with built-in memory along with a tape delay system, but was immediately interrupted:[9] "people started knocking on the door, and I was answering the phone and adjusting all this stuff as it ran. I almost made that without listening to it. It was really automatic music."[8] The liner notes contain a diagram of how this piece was created.[10] It begins with two melodic phrases of different lengths played back from a synthesizer's digital recall system.[11] (The equipment used in this case was an EMS Synthi AKS, which had a then-exotic, built-in digital sequencer.[12]) This signal is then run through a graphic equaliser to occasionally change its timbre.[10] It is then run through an echo unit before being recorded onto a tape machine.[12] The tape runs to the take-up reel of a second machine, and the output of that machine is fed back into the first tape machine which records the overlapped signals.[12] The next day, Fripp visited and Eno accidentally played the piece back at half-speed, thinking that 'it was probably one of the best things I’d ever done and I didn’t even realize I was doing it at the time.'8] In a 1979 interview with Lester Bangs, Eno called Discreet Music the most successful of his recordings, explaining that it 'was done very, very easily, very quickly, very cheaply, with no pain or anguish over anything, and I still like it.'"     

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Listener comments!

  11:59pm greg from montreal:

hey algoboggies!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:05am Scott67:

G'day Saltzshaker & Boggers!
  12:06am greg from montreal:

hey Scott!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:07am Scott67:

G'day greg!👍😎🍁
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:11am Ken From Hyde Park:

Hi, looking forward to the ALGOBOG-a-rhythm.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:13am Ken From Hyde Park:

G'day, Scott & greg.
  12:14am greg from montreal:

hey Ken!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:20am I k e:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:22am Ken From Hyde Park:

Feels like I'm listening to fractals in musical form.
Avatar 12:23am HyperDose:

We are ascending
  12:24am dbaPlanB:

Do you know this site: listen.hatnote.com? It's Wikipedia changes translated thru a sound generator, e.g., the larger the edit, the lower the note. Looking fwd to yr show!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:28am Scott67:

G'day Ken, HyperD & Ike!
  1:04am Leee:

I'm algo-bogging. Digging it. Neural net nepali grindcore. yes.
  1:04am Leee:

Yeah, I've always suspected Yung Paint might be 'fake AI'. All hat, no cattle.
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 1:09am Jim the Poet:

Let's Raise That Status Bar!
  1:11am dbaPlanB:

I just pledged! Don't be sad. Late-nite listeners are all deadbeats anyway. (Fightin' words -- prove me wrong, y'all!)
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 1:13am Jim the Poet:

I just pledged! Let's Get The Bog Over the top! Hopefully my ghost icon shows up
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:16am Scott67:

G'day Jim! Lve the Bog but I'm cashed out on other Shows.
  1:16am soupfriend:

HELLO boggies
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:16am Troymo:

Hooray Christian Marclay!
  1:17am Connie C:

Feeling the bog…
  1:17am 2666ad:

Just pledged my small amount. Love this show a lot. Wfmu late nite is my salvation and discobog has been an incredibly welcome addition. Much love <33
  1:17am dbaPlanB:

we're listening to W! and record scratches, my favorite sound ♡
  1:19am Saltzshaker:

Hi boggies!! Thanks all for the pledge love (despite my failed AI-generated pitch) 🌾💕
  1:19am Leee:

just donated as well. sounding good.
  1:20am Saltzshaker:

And no worries Scott, thanks for supporting the station!!
  1:26am juurakkotukka:

Works also as an early mornings-listening. Hellos from Scandinavia! 💕
  1:27am Saltzshaker:

2666ad that means so much, thank you!! And thank you Lee!! My already mushy boggy heart is even mushier 🥰
  1:28am Leee:

<3 i just spread the word to the babycastles crew to turn on the stream as well
  1:30am soupfriend:

scott I went ahead and threw a tenner in for your (all our!) sakes
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:32am Scott67:

Why don't all you guys sign in & make a Profile! You can become a Badged up member of the FMU Family!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:34am Scott67:

A fellow Aussie!!👍😎🌏
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:35am Scott67:

Cheers soupfriend! You're a love!
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 1:38am fred:

Greetings Saltzshaker and listeners
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:40am Scott67:

G'day Fred!👍😎
Avatar 👻 1:43am leebot:

Ok, i made an account scott lol
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:46am Scott67:

Welcome Leebot!✌😎🌷
Avatar 👻 1:47am leebot:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:48am Scott67:

& Bingo! Your Pledge Badges appear!
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 1:49am Jim the Poet:

Only $99 to go! Let's Get The Bog Over the Top!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:52am saltzshaker:

🕺😍😍😍🐊 thank you all!!
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 1:55am fred:

@saltzshaker. Do you know Robin Meier? He's done many things that should interest you. His site (robinmeier.net) even has detailed information on how he did it (for instance robinmeier.net...)
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 2:02am Jim the Poet:

Shake that Algorithm!
  2:04am Connie C:

Toned with you in Berkeley !
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 2:06am Jim the Poet:

I would join a Bog Cult
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:06am Scott67:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:07am Ken From Hyde Park:

If there is River Cult, certainly there can be Bog Cult.
Avatar 2:09am Hubig Pie:

I had a hard time keeping up with all that. My mind is on slow twitch
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:09am Scott67:

G'day Ken! Suits me, TRASH CULT is closed tonight through Owner being ill. So I am here for the night of a new Cult.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:11am Scott67:

G'day Hubig.P!✌😎 my mind is slow from Full Moon Insomnia. Oh & beer, much beer!
Avatar 2:13am Hubig Pie:

G'evenin Sir Scott. Yes, I blame it all on the moon and beer
Avatar 2:19am Hubig Pie:

Ahh, Terry Riley headphone type thing
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:20am Scott67:

Hiccup inducing.👍😉
  2:21am Liam in Denmark:

A friend of mine recently went on a rant about how Steve Reich mistakenly calls this effect "phasing" when it's really called "Flanging"
Avatar 👻 2:21am leebot:

  2:25am Liam in Denmark:

"Steve Reich was wrong!"
"Philip Glass is plastic!"
"Billy Bassinski is soprano!"
"John's Cage was never locked!"
  2:30am AlexP:

Hi! Please, add this great show to the TuneIn catalogue)
  2:30am ?:

  2:31am Lia:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:32am saltzshaker:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:33am saltzshaker:

lol Lee I never knew how much I needed Basinski memes
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:33am saltzshaker:

And thank you Alex! I will look into that :)
Also haha Liam
Avatar 👻 2:38am leebot:

Emily this is such an epic playlist. I'll be re-listening for a long time
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:46am saltzshaker:

Thanks Lee!! :D and of course as soon as you sent that I had a volume fumble haha
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:49am Scott67:

Leebot, now you are signed in, you can Clicky Star this Show & Ep. & it'll be in your personal list of Archives treats.
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 2:53am fred:

Weather Warlock page at Wave Farm: wavefarm.org...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:54am Scott67:

Thanks Saltzshaker! Magnificent Show!!
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 2:54am Jim the Poet:

Great Show!
Avatar 👻 2:55am leebot:

Incredible program, so good.
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 2:55am fred:

  2:59am dbaPlanB:

great show ditto ditto
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:37pm saltzshaker:

Thanks all!!!
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