Favoriting Brian Turner: Playlist from January 3, 2017 Favoriting

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Favoriting January 3, 2017: w/ special broadcast from Brighton UK's COLOUR OUT OF SPACE, live sets from CLAPPY SHANDY DADS, MATT KREFTING, MATTHEW P. HOPKINS, and DANIEL LOWENBRUCK/MARCELLVS L

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Colour Out of Space festival broadcasts today, recorded in November in Brighton UK

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New Approx. start time
The Rats  Sacrifice   Favoriting The Rats  Mississippi       
The Hunters  Fuchs Geh' Voran (Fox On The Run)   Favoriting 7"    Klaus Meine of the Scorpions     
The Suburban Homes  Cul De Sac / Paranoia + Frustration = Constipation   Favoriting Are Bored EP  Total Punk    *    
Pierre et Bastien  Sympa   Favoriting Musique Grecque  SDZ    *    
Theoreme  De La Cote de L'azur   Favoriting L'appel du Midi a Midi Pile  Bruit Direct Disques    *    
Foodman  Excerpt   Favoriting Shokuhin  Orange Milk    *    
Osamu Kitajima  Tengu (A Long-Nosed Goblin)   Favoriting Benzaiten  Antilles      0:22:21 (Pop-up)
Tarkus  El Pirata   Favoriting Tarkus  Get Back      0:29:03 (Pop-up)
Maruosa  Muscle Spark   Favoriting Exercise and Hell  Renda      0:30:34 (Pop-up)
Plath  Proletarian Submission 2 (the Howl)   Favoriting Plath  Mannequin    *   0:31:45 (Pop-up)
Y Pants  Love's a Disease   Favoriting Beat It Down  Water Wing    *   0:33:25 (Pop-up)
Thigh Master  Company   Favoriting Early Times  Bruit Direct Disques    *   0:36:19 (Pop-up)
Iggy Pop  Street Crazies   Favoriting Zombie Birdhouse  Animal/Chrysalis      0:38:07 (Pop-up)
Aime Orchis Mathey  Senye Ye Na   Favoriting Various: Togo Soul 70  Hot Casa    *   0:43:31 (Pop-up)
Flanch  Pretty Girl   Favoriting Flanch  Darling Recordings      0:47:03 (Pop-up)
Carla Dal Forno  You Know What It's Like   Favoriting You Know What It's Like  Blackest Ever Black    *   0:48:57 (Pop-up)
David Sylvian  The Good Son   Favoriting Blemish  Samadhi Sound      0:52:53 (Pop-up)
Colour Out of Space Festival  November 18-20th   Favoriting Live at the Sallis Benny Theater, Brighton UK    Tune in today for a smattering of recordings made in November during Brian's visit to the excellent Colour Out of Space International Festival of Experimental Sound and Art, which took place in the windswept seaside town of Brighton, England only a few blocks from the beach riot scene from Quadrophenia. Now in it's 7th year, the festival, produced and curated by Dylan Nyoukis, Karen Constance, Michael Sippings and Tim Wilton, has continually assembled a variety of leading lights in experimental music and visual art. This year's event also featured a panel on Sweden's Fylkingen label presided over by our own Fabio, and a discussion on freeform radio hosted by Wire Magazine editor Derek Walmsley which Fabio and Brian both participated in. Today, however, we'll be hearing some of the music, all recorded live at Brighton's Sallis Benney theater: gorgeous soundshaping from New Englander Matt Krefting, Australian sound/visual artist Matthew P. Hopkins, a claustrophobic collaboration between Schimpfluch-Gruppe veteran and Tochnit-Aleph label founder Daniel Lowenbruck with Brazilian-born visual artist Marcellvs L, plus a final head scratching set from the Clappy Shandy Dads (featuring Nyoukis with members of Hyperion Ensemble, Vibracathedral Orchestra, and Chastity Potato). Enormous thanks going out to our pal Ilia Rogatchevski for recording assist!    1:04:56 (Pop-up)
Clappy Shandy Dads  Live At Colour Out Of Space 11/18/16   Favoriting     A one off collaboration by Julian Bradley (Vibra Cathedral Orchestra), Alex Drool (Hyperion Ensemble), Dylan Nyoukis (Blood Stereo) and Luke Poot (Chastity Potato). Expect a mixture of electronics, tapes, voice, prepared snare drum and general head scratch.    1:09:50 (Pop-up)
Matt Krefting  Live At Colour Out Of Space 11/18/16   Favoriting     Krefting is a composer, performer, poet and writer based in Easthampton, Massachusetts. Krefting's deep-rooted chronology is seeded in the foundation of Apostasy Recordings and its numerous transitory groups. Over the past decade he’s played a pivotal role in some of the Northeastern’s most unwaveringly left-field groups - including art/action minimalists Son of Earth and avant-glam trio The Believers - released a beautifully ramshackle album of classic rock covers on Thurston Moore’s Ecstatic Peace, and gained an exultant reputation for his ongoing solo, tape based experiments with sound collage, guitar and voice. ‘Lymph Est’ is his gorgeous yet unsettling first album on Kye Records in which ‘treated voices, piano, samples and T.V. grabs are ushered into a series of soft-focus miniatures that are built to be razed in a perpetual cycle of triumph and defeat.’ Kreftings writing has been published by Glass Eye Books and Kendra Steiner Editions and The Wire.    1:32:23 (Pop-up)
Daniel Lowenbruck + Marcellvs L  Live At Colour Out Of Space 11/20/16   Favoriting     Löwenbrück is a German performance artist, composer of tape-music and visual-artist living in Berlin. He has been releasing music and performing internationally since the mid 90's as part of the Schimpfluch-Gruppe (with Rudolf Eb.er, Dave Phillips, Joke Lanz), as a duo with singer and performance artist Doreen Kutzke, as part of the Cabaret Performance-Group Ohne (with Tom Smith, Dave Phillips, Reto Mäder), and solo as Raionbashi and under his real name. Performances and festival appearances are numerous and include New York, Paris, Moscow, Minsk, London, Oslo, Stockholm, Helsinki, Tokyo and Vienna. Löwenbrück founded the label Tochnit Aleph in 1994 publishing records and editions of musique concrete, sound poetry, artist-records and noise music. Since 2008 he has curated the gallery and record shop Rumpsti Pumsti (Musik) in Berlin. Marcellvs L.’s radically narrative video and sound installations create a tangible, physical staging of time and slows it down by setting commonplace objects in a state of perpetual duration, which seems to detach them from reality. The physicality produced by the sound and rhythm of the films makes the videos into passages for the viewer; the films turn into spaces of transit for the confrontation of possibility. Marcellvs L. (b. 1980 Belo Horizonte, Brazil) lives and works between Berlin and Seyoisfjörour. He has participated in numerous biennials internationally, including the 16th Biennale of Sydney; 9th Lyon Biennale of Lyon; 27th São Paulo Biennial. Museum exhibitions include MAC – Musée d’art contemporain de Lyon; Helsinki Art Museum; Astrup Fearnley Museet, Oslo; ICA London; NBK – Neuer Berliner Kunstverein; Kunsthalle Wien; New Museum, New York; Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid; ZKM Museum of Contemporary Art, Karlsruhe; and Museum of Modern Art, São Paulo.    2:04:50 (Pop-up)
Matthew P. Hopkins  Live At Colour Out Of Space 11/8/16   Favoriting     Hopkins is a sound maker based in Melbourne, Australia. He’s distinguished himself as a master of multiple musical forms through collaborations that touch on improvised electronics, structured song, minimal synth and raw techno. Under his own name he produces a highly singular take on abstracted voice, feedback, field recordings and found sounds. With the release this year of ‘Blue-Lit Half Breath’ Hopkins has harnessed his deeply personal and paranoid vision into the ultimate beauty/horror object. He has released recordings through Penultimate Press (UK), Vittelli Records (UK), Alberts Basement (AU), Canti Magnetici (IT) and Thalamos (GR).    2:38:49 (Pop-up)

From the top (pix BT): Cassis Cornuta, Clappy Shandy Dads, Ana-Maria Avram + Iancu Dumitrescu, Angharad Davies + Lina Lapelyte, lovely Brighton from the Pier, slaves to love Dylan Nyoukis + Matt Krefting, Wenche Tankred and Lovisa Johansson (WOL) packing tape attack, Fabio trying to climb the wall to break into Paul McCartney's late 60's/early 70's house in London, Johannes Bergmark in his Stringed Stirrups, Gardner Street in lovely Brighton

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Cheri Pi:

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Oi !
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Rev. Turnip Druid:

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Michael 98145:

nice start --
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Bronwyn Bishop:

what up bt and everyone
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Klaus owns it!!
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Klaus and now sick and tired of it all!
that guy..:

Brian, are you going to Miami in Feb?
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Brian Turner:

Uh, no plans, why??
that guy..:

international noise conference @ Churchills every Feb
Don't tell me you don't know about it.. (google)
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Brian Turner:

AH, sounds fun but alas I'm in pre-marathon workland for fmu and stay put in the wintry northeast.
that guy..:

That reminds me I owe you some $$$
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PI. All!
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Speaking of fundraiser, I will volunteer artwork for one t-shirt or CD cover for any DJ who wants one. Hit me up via my Instagram handle, dowdydiva.
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or through my profile.
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Clara Sanchez:

Hi everyone!
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hi, clara!

Show rocks today
Brain Tuner:

It's been so long, it's easy to forget there were a few oood tracks on Zombie Birdhouse
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yeah, I wish I hadn't gotten rid of it. But I did.
Brain Tuner:

(Sigh), as did I
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Flanch is an unexpected delight
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the thing was, Brain, individual tracks sounded great. But the album as a whole was pretty weak.
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and dammit, for my $2.99 cutout I wanted more.
Brain Tuner:

Agreed, Cecile,I think it's fun to hear it a track occasionally, like every or so yrs.

Wow, a cool David Sylvian track!
Avatar 3:57pm

.he's reinvented himself as much as Bowie, but very quietly.
Brain Tuner:

None of those Animal releases did much for me on the whole.
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the production was usually pretty wimpy.
Brain Tuner:

yeah, flat & flaccid.
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Animal releases?
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Liz Berg:

Hopped up on Reese's Pieces and wigging out to Clappy Shandy Dads!
that guy..:

I love this, thanks to everyone involved
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:25pm

B23 here! This song is a real toe tapper!
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Heya Brian and spacey people.
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hey, Carm.
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Heya, Cecile. Happy holidays?
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Michael 98145:

( you can watch this as you listen : www.youtube.com... )
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...anything named for a NorthNewEngland Lovecraft tale's gotta be good..
Random observation: BT's got a sort of deceptively low-key good radio voice - pleasant tone - never shrill - personable yet potentially wry all @ once...
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...he's quite versatile here for example...
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future transport:

2 feet of snow here in northern california
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Michael 98145:

@ft, hope that CA drought will eventually be over ...
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Heck yeah, future transport. I'm in Sacramento lovin' the rain.
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Michael 98145:

( this is great thru headphones ... )
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:31pm

it kinda sounds like what i walked home in, just less traffic and john carpenter
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(plugs in headphones) damn @Michael 98145. it does!
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This is definitely enhancing the downstairs neighbors' living room karaoke bleed, thanks BT!
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future transport:

Michael's , back at you ... there's going to be lots of changes as the aliens modify the weather and us to endure the larger cosmic weather changes we are encountering
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Michael 98145:

@BT, the photos are a nice addition.
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Brian Turner:

Thanks! I unfortunately didn't get Fabio's arrest.
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which one?
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bt, everyone.
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Michael 98145:

this is good. ominous.
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I always thought Chernobyl and Mt. Pinatubo changed the global weather pattern. I stand corrected.
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Michael 98145:

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my local church is going off. nice addtion
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Michael 98145:

thx again to WFMU
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