Live Constructions Playlists

Live Constructions playlist for 03/01/2015

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Seth Benjamin

Live Constructions playlist for 02/15/2015

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Seth Benjamin

Live Constructions playlist for 02/08/2015

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Jenna Li

Live Constructions playlist for 02/01/2015

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Seth Benjamin

Live Constructions playlist for 05/25/2014

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Hiroshi Ono

Hadi Eldebek interviews The Westerlies

Live Constructions playlist for 10/27/2013

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Hiroshi Ono

for Lou Reed

Live Constructions playlist for 05/19/2013

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Narine Atamian

We listened to tracks by some of the most exciting acts playing the third annual Ende Tymes Music and Arts Festival taking place May 24-26. The festival includes some of the great experimental audio artists of the past two decades playing alongside the most exciting young acts. Many of the musicians playing have performed on previous Live Constructions and shows here in the New Music Department.

For information on the musicians you heard tonight as well as the other audio and visual artists performing at Ende Tymes next weekend, check out http://halfnormal.com/endetymes/

Live Constructions playlist for 01/27/2013

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Gabriel Ibagon

This edition of Live Constructions featured an 18-minute set by the 128 Quartet, recorded 12/4/2013 at Spectrum. The rest of the hour was spent listening to Anthony Braxton.

Live Constructions playlist for 11/03/2012

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Sara Cervantes

We revisit an archived performance of English (Bonnie Jones & Joan Foster) playing on Live Constructions December 9, 2007.

Live Constructions playlist for 06/24/2012

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Narine Atamian

This week Max Eilbacher and Ben Kudler came into WKCR on a stop of their summer tour. Max plays solo under his own name, and Ben is Luminous in Nummer. Both played excellent electronic sets, then spoke briefly about their music and tour. We then listened to excerpts from their tour split, "Taylor Mayde," which is entirely composed of processed Taylor Swift a cappella jams.