Not signed in (Sign In)
  1.  (6068.61)
    This week's Cryptomusicology playlist on MySpace:

    Peter Blegvad - Like A Baby
    På Mé Fritt - Vilsna spar
    Mohenjo Daro - Devil's Tramping Ground
    Paolo Angeli - Tessuti
    The Books - Cello Song
    Duet For Theremin & Lap Steel - City Skies performance - End Section
    Face Of Human Error - Breakfast For Her
    The Fibonaccis - Maculae
    Sinestetici - Wrong (w/ Diagoro)
    laura - Every Light
    Scenic -Riding The Arctic Express
    Sean Reardon - 02 11 08
    • CommentTimeJun 14th 2009
    Man, this is great. I've never heard of 80% of this music, but I'm going to investigate as much of it as I can.

    My college radio show will debut sometime in September, I think, and I'll draw some stuff from these lists. What a variety.

    As for my weekly listening...I've been depressingly mainstream. I just put on "Viva la Vida" whilst doing some tidying up today, preceded by Green Day's latest ("21st Century Breakdown") which is quite a complex album, lyrically speaking. I mean, the music itself operates on several levels, but Armstrong's poetry gets stronger on every album, in my opinion.
    • CommentTimeJun 14th 2009
    Just got the new Xasthur - All Reflections Drained. Good so far.
    • CommentTimeJun 14th 2009 edited
    @ Frenchbloke: actually... I hadn't seen that yet but i thank you kindly for posting it ^_^ *scampers off to listen*

    :EDIT: Actually I partway into Disc one that I HAD heard of the Conet Project, but I'd never listened to it, as i couldn't find it.. so doubly thanks!
    • CommentTimeJun 14th 2009 edited
    All night long I've been listening to the podcast of WMUA 91FM - a radio station out of Amherst, MA.
    The music has been beautiful, with a Phillip Glass sort of appeal. And it's doing an amazing job at pulling creativity & productivity out of my brain.

    Edit: here's a link to get it

    Ah, it's a Sunday night show program called Martian Gardens. At the moment (3am) it has switched over to old jazzy classics.
    • CommentTimeJun 14th 2009
    A bunch of old Motown stuff.
    • CommentTimeJun 15th 2009
    God, where's P.P. Arnold been all my life?
  2.  (6068.68)
    @Dervaspa - if you go to the irdial website, you should be able to find the pdf of the booklet that came with the conet project cds.
    also worth a listen are the vlf recording of stephen mcgreary.

    almost all of the irdial back catalogue can be downloaded for free, and legally from irdial via brainwashed

    I recommend the sinister ducks single as mentioned previously as it's 1. rather silly, 2. very good & 3. isn't what you expect from a member of bauhaus, a meber of the jazz butcher and alan moore. it's actually better.