Daily Archives: May 30, 2012

A Stirling tapestry

New Shit Playlist – May 28, 2012

A Stirling tapestry

Started off the show on Monday with a sorta wandering, story time-Noblesse Oblige kinda frame of mind. Have a listen if you’d like to catch up on a little Scotch tapestry convo and then a special guest DJ set by Noah Bick, teched and talked with by Maica Mia. Theee playlist:

Tony Conrad – Four Violins

Eliane Radigue – Transamorem-Transmortem

Buildings and Mountains – Fall Moon

Chris Watson – BJ Nilson – Storm – Chris Watson – No Man’s Land

Księżyc – Historyjka

Roy Harper – Stormcock – Me and My Woman

Grouper – A I A – Atone

Eric Chenaux – Dull Lights – Guitar & Voice

Willis Earl Beal – Acousmatic Sorcery – Take Me Away

Chad VanGaalen – Freedom For A Policeman – Diaper Island

Wintersleep – Resuscitate – Hear Hum

Dishwasher – Thurible Thurible – Silence

Goose Hut – Macee – unreleased

Moonface – Quickfire I Tried – With Siinai Heartbreaking

Freelove Fenner – Wenty Witchcult – Bravery

Mike O’Brien – Summershine – The Hudson Sessions

Jennifer Castle – Way Of the Crow – Castle Music

Purity Ring – Obedear – Shrines

Intensive Care – I Like It – It Takes Time EP

Cousins – Jules – The Palm at the End of the Mind


Special Broadcast: Ben Shemie’s “Transmission 1″

On Thursday May 31st at 8:15 pm, CKUT’s Dromotexte in collaboration with Mutek will be broadcasting one half of Transmission 1, a 15 minute, multi-channel radiophonic music composition scored for live instruments, sampled French and English spoken word, and electronics” by Montreal based composer and musician Ben Shemie. The other half of the piece will broadcast simultaneously over at one of our local sister stations CIBL,  the entirety of which will be presented live as a sit down performance at Montreal’s Monument National via two ‘walls’ of stacked and mounted home radios on Le Monument stage.  To appreciate this exciting live radiophonic collaboration from home, you will need two FM radios, one tuned to CKUT 90.3 and the other tuned to CIBL 101. 5 at exactly 8:15 pm.  As the festival’s organizers point out, “the piece can only truly be experienced by tuning in to both FM radios” making Transmission 1 not only “a unique public performance” but “a uniquely Montreal experience.”