Live Constructions Playlists

Live Constructions playlist for 05/27/2012

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Narine Atamian

I aired a Horse Lords live set and brief guest DJ set recorded at WKCR. Horse Lords is the Baltimore-based quartet of Andrew Bernstein, Max Eilbacher, Owen Gardner, and Sam Haberman. They were in town playing two New York shows at the start of their Spring 2012 Horse Tour. Described as "Baltimore's psych-rock alternative jam experimental pop band of the future," Horse Lords freely moves between genres and styles, with their guitar, bass, sax, and percussion-driven pieces. At WKCR, the group played, both live and then recorded, material featured on their new excellent cassette.

Live Constructions playlist for 05/06/2012

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Narine Atamian

Tune in to "Live Constructions" this Sunday night to catch Brooklyn-based trio OPPONENTS live at WKCR. OPPONENTS is Joshua Slusher, Aaron Feinstein, and Joshua Greco. Their sound is characterized by vicious synths, heavy rhythms, and intricately dense textural noise. OPPONENTS will be in to play a live set and discuss about releases and projects, including an upcoming show at the DIY experimental noise and arts festival, Ende Tymes, taking place May 18-20.

Live Constructions playlist for 04/15/2012

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Katie Salmon

A live set and curated playlist by Quartet New Generation. A 4-member recorder quartet consisting of Susanne Frolich, Miako Klein, Yoshiko Klein and Heide Schwarz

Live Constructions playlist for 04/08/2012

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Xinyu Guan

Live Set on April 3rd 2012 featuring Giancarlo Schiaffini and Steve Swell (trombones), Anthony Coleman (piano), Andrea Centazzo (percussion), at The Stone (corner of 2nd St. and Ave. C). The set was part of a two-week series curated by Andrea Centazzo to honour his label Ietus Recrods. The shows will continue at 8pm and 10pm every night until April 15th.

Live Constructions playlist for 04/01/2012

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Narine Atamian

This week I aired a set recorded last weekend by one of our lovely New Music department heads with Andrew Bernstein.

The set Andrew performed in studio was a very beautiful 20 minute solo sax and sine wave piece. Zoe went on to discuss the piece with Andrew, as well as his other projects and work. Andrew was in town from Baltimore for the Ehse Records series of shows down at the Stone. Andrew played with his group Horse Lords as well as solo and with other collaborators at the Stone.

Live Constructions playlist for 03/25/2012

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Narine Atamian

Andy Hayleck came in studio and played a few pieces for banjo and computer and field recordings. He was in town for the Ehse Festival series. One of Andy's recordings is available at www.ehserecords.com.

Andy played a set at the Stone with his group Trockeneis Tuesday 3/27 and a solo electronics set 3/28.

Live Constructions playlist for 03/25/2012

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Katie Salmon

Live Constructions playlist for 02/26/2012

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Narine Atamian

I played a recording I did with C. Spencer Yeh, back from November 2009. Solo violin piece clocking in ~30 minutes, followed by a sick solo voice piece. Sounds as excellent in 2012 as it did the day he played it. Sweet.

Check out www.dronedisco.com for more of Spencer's music and news about upcoming shows, etc.

Live Constructions playlist for 02/19/2012

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Narine Atamian

WHITE OUT, in-studio. White Out = Lin Culbertson, Tom Surgal, noisy-tight percussion, otherworldly synths, freak out jams. New album! "Asphalt and Delay," out on audioMER (w/ beautiful artwork) - first White Out studio album ever, stunning + exciting.

We chatted, listened to excerpts from past studio albums ("Red Shift" w/ Dave Nuss, "Senso" w/ Jim O'Rourke + Thurston Moore, etc.) and some ~unreleased~ recordings (London from a few years back), talked about RECORD RELEASE SHOW 26/02/2012 @ Zebulon (http://zebuloncafeconcert.com/).

More on White Out ---> www.whiteoutinc.com !

Live Constructions playlist for 02/11/2012

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Katie Salmon

A live set by Randy Gibson (sine waves and digital delay) and Will Lang (trombone). They performed an excerpt from Randy Gibson's 3 hour work, The Third Pillar in Primal Imperfect Palindrome with The Souvenir of The Second Pillar, The Floating Cirrus over the Pumping Slush, and The Highest Moving Chordal Motif from Apparitions of the Four Pillars.