Eventually, once I’ve become accustomed to some new software, I will post a continuous mix of the music I’ve been listening to the most these last few months. Until then, you’ll have to settle for a late edition of Laughtrack with a dash of basic mixing tossed in.
This one includes music from Francisco López, Tod Dockstader, and a small assortment of BBC Radiophonic Workshop composers, plus pieces and excerpts of pieces from Morton Feldman, Michael Pisaro with Taku Sugimoto, AMM, Eleh, and Jim O’Rourke with Christoph Heemann. I think everything blends and flows pretty well, even in those places where the transitions are more like running into brick walls. Francisco will startle you no matter what you do.
There’s a strong chance that I’ll be hosting a radio show on WZBC once the new semester at Boston College starts, so if that happens, the Laughtrack section of this website will revert to Laughter Radio. With any luck, I’ll be playing music for you at least every other week starting sometime in September. Here’s hoping.
Thanks for listening!
- Dick Mills, “Major Bloodnok’s Stomach” from The Radiophonic Workshop (2002)
- Michael Pisaro / Taku Sugimoto, “2 Seconds (Excerpt)” from 2 Seconds / B Minor / Wave (2010)
- Francisco López, “Live @ Observatori 00, Valencia 11.03.00” from Absolute Noise Ensemble (2006)
- Morton Feldman, “Vertical Thought 5,” from Only: Works for Voice and Instruments (1996)
- Eleh, “Wires in the Woods” from Retreat (2009)
- Dick Mills, “Crazy Dazy” from The Radiophonic Workshop (2002)
- Delia Derbyshire, “Ziwzih Ziwzih OO-OO-OO” from BBC Radiophonic Music (2002)
- John Baker, “The Chase” from BBC Radiophonic Music (2002)
- Glynis Jones, “Veils and Mirrors” The Radiophonic Workshop (2002)
- Tod Dockstader, “Harbor” from Aerial #1 (2005)
- Jim O’Rourke & Christoph Heemann, “Untitled 2 (Excerpt)” from Plastic Palace People Vol. 1 (2011)
- AMM, “Newfoundland (Excerpt)” from Newfoundland (1993)
- David Cain, “War of the Worlds” from BBC Radiophonic Music (2002)
- Delia Derbyshire, “Blue Veils and Golden Sands” from BBC Radiophonic Music (2002)